Asim Khan – Study of Surah Yasin – Episode 18

Asim Khan
AI: Summary © The transcript describes the importance of shava and shava being the last words to say to human beings, and the "by default" experience that is a result of people not using their minds. The segment discusses the history of Islam and the need for protecting against evil behavior, while also addressing the difficulty of protecting against evil behavior and the importance of learning and practicing Islam to reconcile with the legal system. The segment also touches on the concept of " legs" and their weight on the body, and the importance of mentality and deeds in Islam.
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We'll be letting him in ashame banyuwangi Bismillah Ar Rahman you're writing

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what am I learning comm GB Lang can see your effort Flm Taku Tapi Lu

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Elio Manistee, morada. For mazzucchelli Muna de matar shadow

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alameen salatu salam O Allah I should have done via mousseline Nabina Muhammad in wa ala alihi wa sahbihi

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wa salaam aleikum, wa barakato.

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We continue in Charlotte, the study of sort of Jassim we've reached verse number 62. In our last week we ended by a discussion which they call the last quote about to mankind by Allah subhanaw taala before the disbelievers are shown their fate, which is jahannam a lot would speak to them and I'll always say to them and I had the LA come Ebony Adam did not make a contract with you Oh Children of Adam, Allah taboo shade on that you do not worship Satan in a hula Komodo moonbeam because he is a clear open enemy to you. Well, any I bodoni and On the contrary, I asked you to worship Me and Me alone. How does it feel and that is the straight path this what this contract was?

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This is what the straight path was, but you you neglected that. Yeah. Now the last part of that sermon is this verse here, verse number 62. So the concluding concluding thing that allow us to say to the people there that have been gathered before I'm loving, the final time is when our father abandoned me jbeil and casier off he has led a great number of you astray Flm Tokuda, did you not use your intellect your reason?

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So the final thing I would say to them is that look shavon while other abala minkin gerbil and kathira what shavon did is that he misled about Mr. misako misguide someone lead someone astray.

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You all and you all ally describes them as a jabin, then kathira the word gerbil it refers to a huge gathering of people as a machine you would say 10,000 and above, but Allah added the word cathedra that many as if to say they are just not a group of a huge number. There are many groups have huge numbers, they're an interesting the word gbl. From the root, you get the word Jabbar What does Jabbar mean?

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mountain? Yes, the connection between the word gerbil and jabaal. He said that it's almost like a picture of a group of people that they are so numerous in the amount. And if you look at them, they look like a mountain range that keeps on going and going and going. Well, I found the urban lambing community building kathira that shavon misled so many of you look how many of you are here today. Shaytan did this to you. And you are so many in number it is like I'm looking at a mountain range of people. And Flm Taku dapitan, where you never going to use your intellect.

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The last part of this is very interesting, because Allah is saying to the people that all you had to do to avoid this miserable fate was to use your mind. That is all.

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And the word to kulu gives a meaning of history meaning, it wasn't that you never used your mind once it was that you never use your mind. When you ever going to use your intellect and realize what was going on that she had done or misguiding you that the idea of rejecting God and His Prophet was wrong. It wasn't right and instead you should have been worshipping a lot. Your mind was telling you that when you ever going to use your intellect and realize that instead you neglected your own intellect. Now I'm sort of at

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a loss of how that tells us that the people when they are thrown into the Hellfire Club

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tectum preserves all that they will say, lo que una ness Mel O.

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napkin, local Nana smell nacada you know what that means? They will say, if only we listened or used our intellect, macro nephews herbicide we would not have been of the people in the blazing fire. People will own up themselves that you know what it was something that see there's two options. One is I've only had listened, listen to what the advice or the professor said whether it came to them directly or indirectly. I couldn't listen to that advice and what the Quran was saying and taking heed or Option two was what

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agree is now mind, which is very interesting that people are going to say that I could have avoided Hellfire If only I use my god given intellect. See, the intellect of human beings is a source of guidance in and of itself, though it is not the ultimate source, though it cannot give you full guidance, it can give you partial guidance. Does anyone know of another source of guidance inside a human being?

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You have the article? Yes. The federal law Yes, the fifth row, the fifth row what we call the intuition of human beings. Yeah. And that was referred to in the previous verse. Well, I said, I heard the LA come because some said that the avid refers to the covenant that was taken in the time of administration before Adam was brought to this earth. And it remained in the fifth row of human beings in grace ingrained as intuition. babies are born believing in God.

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So Allah gave guidance in many forms of them is a thorough intuition of them is accurate as well. And then of them is revelation. And all of them is other signs in nature as well. All of these are different forms of guidance as if Allah has created guidance, even outside of inside human beings. So the idea is that, you know, you end up in the help file, you have rejected so many different source of guidance. It's not that you missed the message, there was a message coming inside of you. And there was also message inside your mind as well. And it was like, you know, there was repeatedly you must have actually dodged it, neglected it, ignored it, and now you ended up in hellfire. Yeah,

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Flm Taku. Taku is the way the verse ends and these are the last words that will be said to human beings.

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This verse teaches us a number of lessons. The first lesson It teaches us, my brothers and sisters, is people should never underestimate the pixel shader.

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The fact is, the verses will offer the above the minimum GPA and consider that the number of human beings abroad from the Day of Judgment destined for the Hellfire, I'm not a small number. They're not even a great number. There are a gigantic number jabin and Catherine like a mountain range of people that just keeps on going and going and going. That means she can manage to trick all of those different people throughout the time throughout the ages. And if a person realizes that you should never feel he's safe from the tricks of Shabbat, and you know the story of battle Caesar, right. You've heard the story of little Caesar, you know, this

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is great worship or from the time of Benny Is that it? His story in summary is what he was so pious and righteous. However, what happened is shaytan slowly tricked him into doing Kufa with Allah literally disbelieve in Allah in the most open way possible. How did it happen? The story goes that there was nearby three brothers who had a sister they had to go to fight Jihad for the sake of Allah. And so they trusted no one to look after their sister apart from vasilisa, because he was such a righteous man. But Sita refused. He said, No, I'm not gonna have anything to do with looking after a woman who potentially I could marry. They said, Look, what about somebody nearby? He said,

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okay, where I worship a lot. Next year, there's a building, and she can stay there. And what I will do is that, you know, every day I will leave food in front of a house and what she can come and take it when I leave. Yeah, the most

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sensible way you would think that he could possibly go about things he chose that way. But then shaytan came to him and he said, Look, is it really right? You let a woman come out of a house and get the food or at least give it to her? So she takes it from you directly inside? And he listened. And then when she took it from inside, then he said, you know, come on, few days have gone now she has no one to talk to apart from you. And you're ignoring her man. You're such a mean person. And he's like, yes, tomorrow will be a mean person that you want to speak to. After speaking to her then what happened next is what happened next. And then he tried to then he tried to cover up his sin

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here because she fell pregnant and he murdered her

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and then try to bury her. And where he buried her the brothers had a dream about what took place. And they uncovered it and then he was caught and then shaitaan came to him and

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said Look, I'll get you out of this mess, just do one center to me and what did he do he doesn't want such that and that is when a lot took his life after that, so, he died with his head on the ground to shape on.

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And it just that story illustrates that you know what Pamela, the way she can deceive people

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is very dismissive, you know,

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very conspicuous therefore, person should never ever feel complacent with Chetan always he should take precautions and that is one of the reasons why we say our will to be learning ministry upon origin before we recite the Quran because shaitaan when he sees us doing something amazing, like really caught on He will definitely want to corrupt that moment. And he will definitely want to whisper things in your ears. Have you ever had this where you start to read the Koran and Mashallah, you feeling just fine and dandy open up around start reciting

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need to sleep seriously under the bed right now and go to sleep. If I don't sleep right now, I don't know what's gonna happen to

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it to the point that one of my teachers said you know what, because in Egypt, I was suffering from insomnia. So, he said you know what, you should do stop making the

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watch that will put you to sleep Trust me.

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So, yeah, the the the the power line, and it will come and he will try to get you to do things, either. He will try to make you do something, or he will try to get you to do the lesson of the good.

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Yeah, depending on what type of person you are, you are a person easily manipulated and gives in such a bond that he will get you to do harm. If you're a person who has some demand that he will try to get you to do leave the best for what is less than that. And slowly, slowly chip away at you. They'll also try to protect us from the whispers of the shutdown.

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The second lesson It teaches us is a very deep lesson.

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And that is Allah said to the people will occur the abundant income who misguided you

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abunda he misguided us he said upon. But doesn't Allah say in another place in the Parana many other places? You'll be lumenier Sure. Well, yeah, the mayor shall the Allah misguides who he wants and he guides who he wants. What may your little fella Anthony De La Jolla, Moshe, that sort of gal, whoever allow these guides, then that person will never find a friend who will put in writing and

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So in those cases, Allah said he missed guys. In this verse, Allah said shaytaan misguided you. How do you reconcile between the two?

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Do you get the question?

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You don't get the day who got the question?

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Yeah, okay. Should you please explain the question?

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By the way, is history still?

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When I speak about gentlemen, obeys the

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Yep. A lot guides whom you will send this guide Yes.

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And here with a lot of thing, Chopin's guides, so yeah, what's the difference? What's the

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That's right. How do you reconcile any allies saying that he misguides and here lies saying shippon misguided you

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know this the question for me is enough. Because I want to give it to the youngsters and show Yes.

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Did Alembic chiffon? Okay. Yes. What's your name?

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A young a young Go ahead.

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Of course, no one can do anything unless a lot of permits, and therefore there must be a wisdom a lot larger than to misguide it's true. But that's not all of the answer. Good attempt.

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Anyone else?

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So a lot of stuff to get my head around.

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This come to you.

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So you say that first big good for us?

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You haven't forgotten.

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After they rejected an alumnus, Garcia,

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with anyone else with answer has anyone ever thought this question

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Before like, how do we

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know when the TV stands up and he says, You know

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what may the law Family Law whereby law guys, no one can misspell oh my god alpha Villa de la la la misguides no one can guide it must have her that 1000 times

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now use hearing that she thought misguided

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so how do you reconcile Anyone else?

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You want to

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Okay, so that's

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that is true but that's half the answer that the brother the brother said that whenever Allah speaks about misguiding people is only in the context of stating their sin. They are

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crime. So the facet For example, I will say

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Allah misguided the festival or Allah does not guide philosophy of vilely mean Yeah, which means what that they decided to do the office and then Allah discarded them. Okay, so they earned their misguidance it wasn't forced upon them. That's one point. But that's not the complete answer because now we're talking about cheban being the one who misguided

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they Okay, let's try to speed things up inshallah.

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The answer is that what does Allah want from human beings? Does he want to guide them or does he want to miss guide them,

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allow us to guide people allows people to go to Paradise shade. On the other hand, he wants to misguide people chevonne wants people to go to the hellfire. Therefore, who was it out there in this world that wanted us to go to the Hellfire misguidance it was shut down. As for law, he only wanted to guide you but he took exception to you when you decided to turn away from his guidance to misguide you. Yeah, and the ways that you are misguided can be many of the mission of the museum, knifes, etc, etc. And one of the interesting things here at my brother's ancestors is that one of the names of a lot is Al Hadi.

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Yeah, the one who guides However, one of the names of Allah is not alamuddin the one who misguides What is the difference? You see, when Allah says you below that is a verb.

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What Allah if we said Allah, his name is Al modell. It is an Islam, which means that Allah that his title, he misguides that's a title of his but if you say you lilu it means that sometimes Allah takes exception and he misguided someone, it is not a permanent attribute of God, that He wants to misguide people. But what is a permanent attribute of God is Alhaji that he always wants to guide

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Yeah, Allah Subhana Allah created us and he wants it of God and he has given us plenty of ways to be guided and he wants us to be guided, oh, if you turn away from that, then Allah will take exception to you and Allah will lead you astray. And if Allah does that, no one in the world can bring you back to guidance. This is how you reconcile between the two allies and how the allies and we'll deal shaytan is a model and the proof that shape bonds name is Al modell is in the Quran his role

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in the Quran, someone called shaped on molding.

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The one who misguides does anyone know who called shavonda?

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Who called shaytan mobile

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one I'm gonna stop No.

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muthana sam Yes, very good. imnaha Do

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you know when musala slam punches the man and he falls down dead? He says there are many shades on this is the work of shavon in who are the womb Modelo movie shaytan is an enemy and a model one who permanently wants to miss kind of this. Yeah. So it shows us that this is how we understand and appreciate who is Allah. Allah is the one who wants us to be guided not the one who wants us to be misguided. Lastly, the way the verse concludes Flm takuna calculon allows drawing upon the intellect of human beings and almost praising the intellect that people your outcome is something which is positive and has a positive role to play in your life, not a negative role. Many times ministers

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become confused about this idea. They think that to be a good Muslim users switch off

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Your brain to be a good Muslim means you just listen and do and you don't need to understand anything. Don't ask questions. Have you come across this? This is the old school way, isn't it? You know, one, I remember once a brother came to one of our lessons, and he's not very practicing, but maybe it was the first time you sat in a lesson for a long time. And afterwards, he spoke to me and he said, You know, I'm shocked that you asked, you allow people to ask you questions. I was like, would you be in love with dogs? Because you'll seriously I've never seen a molana anyone asked question before. And you were just telling people ask questions. I just was with them. Because it

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reminds me when I went to university, he went to Oxford University. So I said to myself, you know, this is what most people experience Islam and teach and studying Islam means you close your mouth. And you listen to what's being said. The hollows don't ask any questions. If you do, there's a doctor behind me.

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Yeah. And this is the way parents teach their children Islam as well. How do you ask the question? Are

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you asking with Allah you asking why? One One of my relatives, Harlan, he is not old school is like, you know,

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third generation so he's been to university as a teacher and his daughters.

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He teaches themselves around every day they sit around the dinner table. And after many years his daughter one of his daughter's she's going to secondary school now.

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She couldn't afford central Islamic school. So what happened is that after some time in the state school, they started to get dodgy thoughts. Yeah. And one day when they're sitting on the Quran open she says to a dad that had you know this from Allah

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How do you know this from Allah?

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Now hamdulillah

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he didn't go crazy sage. How do I know this rule of law? I'll show you how to is from Allah.

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Which is what probably many children will think that their parents are going to do yeah.

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But this this this is a manifestation of that backward mentality that Islam and the intellect do not go together. And intelligence is for passing a GCSEs okay. Islam is just about listening and just just take it as it is. Okay? Don't ask any questions. Allah Gemma hazing is the reason you ended up in the office because you didn't use your intellect.

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The fact that you didn't use your intellect resulted in you going to the help file. And we believe that Islam is about not using your intellect anyway, how backward is that? karnala? Obviously, there's, there's an understanding it, you know, if anyone who studies Judaism, they see that they take this idea to the extreme, where they say you can question God, meaning, it is not a genuine questions to find out and appreciate who is allowed to question God, you did this? Why did you do this? Who are you to do this? Yeah, that type of aggressive questioning towards God. That is not what the Koran cause or whatever, if anyone surveys the Quran, whenever Allah tells people to

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reflect, or contemplate or to use their brain, it is always over the signs of God, not about God is very important. People don't understand this. The Quran tells people to use the intellect, but for what purpose? In order to question the signs of God, not to question God Himself, because no human being ever doubts the existence of God. It's part of your nature to believe in God. There's no questioning there. The idea is your question about to discover God's attributes, and his amazingness through his science Flm metaphysical Murphy and forsaken Do you reflect within your own selves? Allow say, don't reflect over that nature of law say, don't you reflect over your companion, the

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professor selam. But Allah never says, Do you reflect of Allah? Never, never. Why? Because human beings, they don't need to use the intellect to discover God, they already know he exists. They have a problem in understanding who God is. And that is why they must reflect over the signs of good. Does that make sense? Yeah, there's another point to add to here. And that is, Islam encourages people asking questions, as long as the questions are appropriate, and not irrelevant questions.

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People, especially Muslims, those that do ask question, very bad habit of asking the most irrelevant questions. Number one, if you're going to ask the question, ask yourself a question first, which is, am I going to benefit from the answer? A brother asks, as you may have heard, what chef What was the name of Shannon's wife? I just want to know.

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The chef says, Well, I wasn't at the wedding.

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Wasn't at the wedding. I mean, what are you asking about? If you knew Shannon's wife's name? How would that benefit you in the deep in the dunya on

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just asking for the sake of honor

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Islam doesn't encourage asking irrelevant questions. Yeah. And when you do ask the question

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ask yourself, does Islam

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show importance to this subject matter? First and foremost, Sherif Gani will not do damage to dinosaurs exist. I just need to know what does it say in the Koran? What about aliens? Tell me Sure. Who is the verse in the Quran that says aliens exist? Seriously as if Islam hangs in the balance? Whether or not it talks about aliens? Has anyone ever had that before? Seriously, what am I What does it say about it is I need to know.

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Seriously, D is any is this really important matter that you found Islam says that you need to know about aliens? If you don't rely, you know, your future in the afterlife?

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We're not sure about it. Law Islam is clearly shows importance of certain ideas, thoughts and subject matters. Those are the things you should be asking about. Yeah. Therefore, ask what you want. Just make sure you're asking the right type of questions. Yeah. So ask yourself sometimes people have questions. Those questions didn't come to themselves. They came from the TV. Yeah, they saw something. They expose themselves to many different ideas. And then they have questions in their minds. You know, * seriously any? Why are Muslims terrorists? Please just answer this question to me. So when did you start thinking the muslim terrorist? When you started watching Fox TV is that is

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that when you started to think it was? See the problem? Isn't the question the problem? Is you watching Fox TV, have you? That's the question then. That is why you're asking this question. People like to watch YouTube videos Muslims, critics of Islam. Yeah. And they come up with all these elaborate arguments against Islam and then someone comes to me and says seriously, that the marriage to Irish I love the mother Nancy, was it six? But what about the other generation? I said, Where did this question come from? Were you in your bed one day after timberlane Mashallah watercolor you thought to yourself if my Eman will increase if I find out whether it was that an original decision

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or was it that you Mashallah watching YouTube videos and just going through the one by one by one, all these critics and asking all of these different questions and you thought to yourself, you know, I do not answer that one. Now, let's find out what's going on. See, the problem isn't, if I gave you the answer, that wouldn't solve the problem. Because the problem isn't the question. The problem is your habit of exposing yourself to these different things do you understand? Therefore, ask questions. Just Just make sure that they are the right type of questions.

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Okay, verse number 16. He had he Johanna Malati, couldn't come to Arduino salon Sarah moto and arfi Allah says this is *, that you were promised those people when they addressed to them is finished, then Allah will say to them now look how the this the word happy is a pointer is pointing towards something that is close, meaning Johanna will be brought right up closer to them than they will be told had he Johanna varities. And many scholars say this refers back to the question that was asked earlier when they would say to the believers in this world, why aku Luna Mehta has the Lord's way is this promise that you keep on going on about this verse? Eventually? We'll answer it

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later on and say here is this is what you're questioning about how the jandal

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scholar the ignatios said jahannam is the first level of hellfire. Hellfire has many levels. And jahannam is the first of the

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Buckeye said had he janam the words this is jahannam shows us that they will be brought to the very fringe of hellfire. In another verse Allah says you're out to do not enough they will be presented to the Hellfire, meaning that they will be taken lifted up by the angels of jahannam and held over jahannam like this. And as they see the blazing fire, they don't have the heat Johanna mulethi continue to add on. This is Hellfire that you will promised. Yeah. Imagine, imagine how they will feel on that day. So you cannot imagine or lie the suffering that they will experience just seeing how the community can turn to other diverse ends continue to add on.

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That you used to be promised? Meaning they used to be people in your life. They used to advise you about Islam. And when you were rejected, they would say Listen, don't reject Islam because if you do, you are promised to go to the hellfire. You are promised to be punished, you are promised to have a miserable fate. That is why Allah says this is what you were promised, meaning the believers, they used to give that out to them. And part of that that was telling them about the hereafter telling them about the fate of Johanna

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Hello, hello, welcome to tech guru, verse number 64 is slower enter into it today because of your disbelief.

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Now you have been shown it

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then the order will come is slow ha, the web is sulla comes from Sana Sana means not Salas prayer, but signer

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side Lam Elif MK surah. It means to rose to fry to boil.

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And it can also mean to expose to ablaze, they will be told, go ahead and expose yourself to the blazes of Jannah. Yeah, as part of being told, being thrown into jam is one thing. But being told to enter yourself is a form of psychological torture. And you have to you have to enter yourself into the fire.

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But there's no way going back now, and you must listen is slower and to Intuit and be scorched by yourself alone today. Again, the word alone makes us imagine the scene itself as if a lie saying Imagine you are there on that day. And this is what you see happening. Bheema quantum tech phone, I have somebody sold to go into the Hellfire, the first thing they will say no, no, no, I'm not gonna go into them. Why? Why am I being told to burn myself an alpha? What did I ever do wrong? The verse says Bhima can tune the Quran, because of your disbelief. Allah uses the word

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Bhima. And the word bar they said has 12 different meanings. Yeah, 12 different meanings for the word. But all of them is bar of suburbia bar of reasoning. The reason you're being tortured to the fire is because of your disbelief. And that therefore points towards the justice of Allah. Allah is not punishing those people for no good reason. Rather, Allah is punishing them because of their disbelief. They refuse to believe in Allah and His Messenger sort of long arduous set of code to

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The word control gives that meaning of history as well. It wasn't a one off disbelief. It wasn't a one day you messed up. Khan told me that you did it continuously, over and over again. You were adamant on display disbelieving and Allah subhanaw taala. And you know, if you read this into the context of when the sutra was revealed, it makes a lot of sense. 10 years after the prophecy of sort of love of the prophecy of certain 10 years and monkeys were given our 10 years to be listening to this man, give beautiful advice and still they don't believe and still they're rejecting it. You guys have been told for FAR long enough. What is left is to tell you your fate. If you compare verse

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63 and 64 together, you find a beautiful contrast. Allah said how he Jana Malachi kuntum to others. This is the Hellfire that you were promised

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in verse 64 is slow * Yama Bhima contempt for the word come to a place twice.

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The way is contrasting is that Allah is saying when it came to the when it came to the promise, you will continue to being reminded about that promise. In contrast, what did you do you continually rejected that promise? Yeah. So it's like, God is coming to you all the time. advice was being given to you all the time. And what were you doing all the time? Going to that photo? You kept on rejecting it and disbelieving in it.

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The last verse for today and your manok demo Allah of where he went to Kennedy Muna, a de matar shadow out of judo Mima, can you expand on that day, we shall see that the amounts but their hands will speak to us and their feet will be a witness to everything they have done. So Panama. When people are being told to enter the Hellfire and their deeds are being read out. People will start to make excuses people will start to call the angels liars in what Hades reported, actually is the notion of a moose and actually a moose. And the law that I'm here is he says that on your piano, the disbelievers will have their deeds read out by the angels, as they read them out and they are being

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read out to Allah, that they did this crime, they committed this sin they were disobedient in this way. They will say Oh Allah, this angel is saying things I never did. I didn't do this. And then the angel will say to Allah, this man he did this and this and then he will turn to him. I said, Did you do this on this day? Did you do this in this place? Didn't you do such and such things is recorded then your book? At that moment? The man who say no you are lying. And so Allah, nothing while the law will seal up the amounts. They will not be able to speak anymore and then

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What to call the Mona ad they hands will begin to speak to us.

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And the legs, the shadow, our jewelry home, their legs will start to be a witness Bhima can we explain about what they used to earn? Meaning the bad deeds they used to do?

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Now this, if you imagine it will lie, it is something from a horror movie. A person if you imagine their mouth, their skin over the lips becomes closed, and they can't speak anymore. The person themselves looks mutilated. Yeah, it looks like person who's from something like from horror movie or something. And he is trying to speak. He is trying to tell a law that No, I didn't do these things, but he's lying. And when that happens, then he looks at his hands. And the hands begin to speak. Allah says what you can lemo now they speak to us.

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And when the words were to come, the Mona said, it means that those hands when they speak to us, it means they are our hands speeding, they belong to me. They you thought they were your hands. In fact, your soul was just renting this body free of charge. And these hands are always mind look today they are speaking to me now. And what will they say? They will say oh law, he did this with me. He did this deal with me. He had disobeyed you In this way he used me for doing these things. Now imagine how that person will feel his own hands are confessing about the sins he used to do. One of the amazing things about this is that a lot of you said there is no stronger evidence that can be

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brought before a person, then the confession of his own lives. There's no way you could be proven to be a criminal by but by the confession of your own limbs

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is your own lives. They're not going to lie against you. They are your limbs.

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But the interesting thing is the verse says then hands speak and the legs bear testimony. Instead of saying that the leg speakers Well,

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the scholars here discuss why is that Allah said the hand speak and the legs bear witness.

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What Allah say the leg speakers Well,

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what do you think?

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I'll give you a tip when they speak. What would they say?

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When they speak or they say

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they will say this person is lying. He did do x y Zed. Now in a court of law, what is that called?

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When to put Yes, but when a person says I did do this, this and this was that holding a court of law?

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No, it's not going to testimony. It's a confession is a confession. I confess I did steal that car.

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Hold on. There's no more evidence needed. And those stories are shut case. Therefore, this legs are said to bear testimony. They bear witness. What am I say that the legs is well that they speak

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while the legs confess.

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Why is it the hands confess and the hand and the legs? bear witness?

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Was that the legs?

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Good. Yeah, the legs are more like following

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what the brain is telling them to do. But in a way not the hands do the same.

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Okay, so maybe the legs are more involuntary

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make you very complicated. really have to think about this.

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hands wet with the legs.

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Why do the legs bear witness? Why don't they confess as well? Yes.

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Very good. Yes. When you are stuck for doing something wrong.

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Usually you're dealing with your hands. As for your legs, they're present at the at the crime scene if you could say so they are like witnesses whereas the hands are the ones actually doing the crime therefore they confess Yeah, look at the any the precision of the Quran will lie, but to calibre, Idina what the shadow original legs, they were bearing witness, as for the hands, they will speak, yeah, they will say these things. And I will lie we should take a lesson from this upon Allah. If you look at your life until this point, ask yourself how many things I've done wrong with these hands of mine.

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And these hands, they will speak you know and sort of facilite Allah says that when the people see their skins talking they will become an

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based and they will think that they they will question their loyalty. They will say, Li Masha hit to Marlena, they will say, why are you very witness against me?

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You're my skin, you're my hands, that the skin will reply all and takana long lady and taco lashay, Allah made a speak, he can make anything speak.

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Yeah, as if they are dishonouring you, I say we're not us, we are lost.

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So a person will lie, this puts another dimension to our behavior. When you are thinking about doing something which is wrong, something which is harm. tell yourself that you know what you will not get away with this, even your own hands will confess on your gamma that I did this is better therefore, that you do not use your limbs to do these things. And on top of that, tell yourself that these limbs are not mine. They belong to Allah, and this part of law, this idea that, that our bodies are ours, therefore we can do whatever we want with them is a secular, individualistic idea. You know, when you talk about abortion, and euthanasia, people, the whole argument people have pro euthanasia

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is that look, this is our life. Our body, we decide what to do with it isn't Am I right or wrong? This is all ideas and why is society telling me what I should do if I'm end of life, this is my body. And some of those things they become bit, you know, confused by the idea is to use your body or you can if you want to end your life early, then it should be up to you.

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But Islam says this is not your body.

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This is not your body, the body belongs to Allah. Therefore you cannot use it in any way you wish. You can only use it in the way God allows you to use it. Do you understand?

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Therefore, the talk of euthanasia?

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I'm not talking about people in a vegetative state where their brains have died. I'm talking about people that are living. Yeah, but they are the quality of life we can say is very poor. Can you end your life? No, you cannot. It's not yours to end in the first place. And secondly, Cipolla in North Damien was asked about the person who is not in a vegetative state where their brain is dead. By the way in medicine, brain death is considered death. Yeah. islamically that is what is taken to mean death. Therefore the heart is beating and the lungs they can you know, operate but the brain is dead, the person is dead. Islam speaking the person is dead. So we're talking about those people.

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We're talking about people that may be end of life, suffering, terminally ill, etc, etc. They are alive.

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Everyone I was asked about this person, can we pull the plug on such a person? He said to pull the plug on this person. Do you know what is this person is going through right now. He may be in a coma. But if he was a person who used to pray five times a day, Ally's writing it down that he's praying five times a day right now

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if you if this was Ramadan, and he used to foster madonn, Allah is writing it down that he is fasting right now. His deeds are being recorded over and over and over again and piling up you want to pull the plug. If he could speak right now, what do you would say to you the polar plot are my good deeds, leave me how earning expansion for my sins right now. And he This is a product of secular mentality.

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When you think like a secular person, certain things certain things in Islam become strange to you. But when you any, give yourself a good education, Islam, then big things start to make sense. Again, it's true, it is not our body, we will not do what we want with it. And plus, what about are we forgetting man after my last panel give us understanding? b man can we accept one because of what they used to do? This is the way the verse ends. One last point about this verse.

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Notice how Allah is speaking about those disbelievers. Whereas before Allah speaking to the disbelievers, Allah said, is lo hayama. The man can tune the Quran, enter into it today because of what you used to do in terms of disbelief. Then Allah says Elio manakamana for him, and today, we will cover up their mouths, allow him to speaking to them.

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To about them, you get this shift, this is what they call indiefab shift in the pronoun is going from second person to third person in English or in English. We don't do this, we don't say and, you know, by the way, I want you to comfortable with me. And if he doesn't come, then I'm not going to speak to you again. Do you mean if he doesn't come in or speak to me again, I don't really get that he's talking to me talking about what was going on there.

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But in Arabic, they call lt fat shujaa on the daring nature of the Quran

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that allows

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can shift the pronoun from third person to second person not only does it still make sense, the meaning becomes more compelling and look at this is beautiful. Allah said to them the last thing Allah says to them is enter the file

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as if to say this is your fate, go ahead and enter into the file. Now a lot will keep on talking about them but allowed speak about them instead of to them as if a person who doesn't want anything to do with you anymore. Go to their fire and then allow speak about them. And today we will see love the mouse and we will make the hand speak to us and the limbs will speak to us.

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So Allah doesn't want to have anything to do with them anymore. Ally's done talking to them not allowed to speak about them. And this is pan lion either the elegance eloquence of the Quran Yeah, they moved from second person to third person

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inshallah will end with us here.

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Mohammed water, rain desert lochinvar Coffee comm Any questions? Anyone want to ask anything?

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Remember what we said about questions?

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Yes, so slightly

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off topic question. No problem Charla the brother asking about abortion generally speaking, what is the Islamic ruling on abortion? So, abortion first What does it mean? It means that once the you know, once there is a fetus, they're

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not preconception post conception the conception is taking place now. Yeah. Now there is a fetus growing inside the womb of the mother. What does Islam say about this? Is it allowed to kill it?

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Yes or No Hey, all the scholars say

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after 120 days, then it is absolutely forbidden to even think about abortion, unless there is a if you like a dire need either because of the safety of the mother or the child itself. If it continues to grow, then it will or they will any die in a in a painful way or it will be so mutated that you will become difficult even to

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raise that child IE it is haram unless in die situation. Why 120 days because of the Hadeeth in setting Muslim and Buhari that person told us about the cycle through which the child grows in the womb of the mother that 120 days the angel comes and it blows inside of it the root the soul and the soul when it enters the body that is when you have a human being IE before that it is not a human being. What is it that the scholars say it is not just a piece of meat rather it is something which has the potential for life. That is why pre 120 days the scholar still says hi mom, but they may allow for an abortion for a less than dire necessity reason. Yeah. So it's a little bit more

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flexible, if there was a need to have an abortion to have one but still generally speaking, it is hard to have an abortion. Now,

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this is the general ruling as for specific cases, then people should find out for themselves you know, this is my situation, is it allowed or not? Yeah, that is any case by case scenario. People will ask inshallah Allah Allah knows best. Any other questions?

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