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Study of Surah Yasin – Episode 21

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shavon Raji Bismillah Ar Rahman

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with

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whom you

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lie still play your song Boom, boom, boom

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boom

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boom. In

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Runa wha you're

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lm Mia

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holla Aparna

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hoarsely.

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Moving

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on Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala VR mursaleen Athena Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi

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wa salam alaikum

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Welcome my brothers and sisters, this most probably is going to be the second last lesson of the entire course. And it speed Mashallah long journey, and hamdulillah we are near towards the end now verse number 74. And I think we'll take 7475 7677 Sharla in today's industry, leaving the rest for the last lesson next week. inshallah, by the way, the plan is next week, inshallah, after that those finishers will have some food together. So please invite other people along to those one Sharla will try and make the food bit healthy. But at the same time, we'll try and make the food tasty as well. So you have to compromise. You're in the middle somewhere. Okay, verse number 74. What the hell do

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you mean don't rely on the human soul. They have taken God's besides a law so that perhaps they may be helped this verse is, is ought to be read in line, or in light with the verses that came before the verses that came before. We're speaking about one particular favor of a law. And then you'll remember what blessing a law was speaking about in the previous verses?

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Yes.

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Very good about the neuron. Yeah, a cattle your species includes the camel, the cow, and the sheep and the goats. Those animals are modular, brought them to our attention and said, Look at how many blessings you get from them, you eat them, you can ride them, you can milk them, and there's so many other menoufia that you can get from them as though when Allah spoke about those blessings, he ended by saying, in light of all of these blessings from one species flh Guru, will they not give thanks? Yeah. That was how the verse ended. And the rhetorical question that was posed, is leaving the audience thinking of course, they should give thanks to Allah for everything Allah has given them

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deserves that they show him thanks. In despite that, Allah says instead of giving me Thanks, what do they do with the huduma? Gunilla he earlier de la la Musa room, instead of giving thanks to Allah, they what they have taken others beneath Allah as deities Lalo Musa rune hoping in them placing their hopes inside of them, yes. Which therefore makes their behavior even more shocking and obnoxious. You know, when someone behaves badly is bad. What do you say? Yeah, they Behaving Badly even though I was so good to them. Make you think you know what, there's an element of shock there. So I'm not I'm sure said in this verse. There is a sense of a sense of amazement. And yeah,

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amazement and you know, disgust look at these people. Despite Allah is doing everything for them. They go ahead and do this, which is the worst of all things. What the hell do they have taken min do Nila beneath Allah.

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Early Hatton the word earlier reviews, a translates to God. Yeah, Allah is the plural Illa the singular and in Arabic the word Illa means more than God. This is a very important point because when we say la ilaha illa Allah, the translation is there is no god except Allah. Right. But is that really an accurate translation? No. The word ala, some of the root meaning, as in our bar said it is the one that you turn to in times of desperation. Yeah, the ILA is the one that you turn to in times of desperation. Someone else is going to set it is the one who you

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enslave yourself to the one who you worship? There's many connotations. Yeah.

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I think the best way of explaining it is that it's the one who you are obsessed with. Yeah, the one who you obsessed with the one you love the most, the one you fear, the most one, the hope and the most, the one who you turn to in times of need, that is your Illa. Now, when you look at it like that, you start to think well, for some people allies, not that for some people, Allah is not that, and this is what they're talking about. But the butchery cool, Allah was not that.

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In fact, they will look at the idols as earlier.

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So the verse says that I love you sorrow that they would take others beneath Allah, those deities, why

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La La Jolla can mean the reason why they used to take others beneath Allah as deities was because you saw that those idols would help them.

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Yeah, this is one interpretation. Now, what does that mean? What does that mean? If you've already said what it means is that the reason they used to worship those idols and those statues is because they believed that they would save them from the punishment of Allah.

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People sometimes are, have a very bad relationship with Allah, they know it, they know that, you know, the way I live my life from a fraudster. Yeah, I know it. I'm going to help. But there are some people I know they're close to God. But if I could just show them some respects, give them some money. You know, show them some love. They will have my back before a lot. Yeah, this is that mentality of intercession. Here like the brush would say, marinara boom Illa Newport ri buena de la sala Eunice the reasoning behind the polytheism was given, they would say that we don't worship them except in the hope that they they will bring us close to God. Yeah, these deities, these statues,

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these idols, they will bring us closer to God. So the way we sacrifice to them, that we make the off around them, that we defy them is in order for them to make us closer to God because they're close to God. So you know, if they're close to God, if I'm close to them, that means I get close to God. And this is the mentality that is around still today, isn't it even within the Muslim community, you find people that they will show great respect to who they call Alia or saint soapy subs. Yeah, and you know, the amount of money I mean, one of the one of the brothers, one of my friends from Wales, he said his brother is what he described as a hardcore brandy. Now, he said he was invited to one of

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the events, and one of the beauties had come down from Pakistan.

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Anyone seen those videos where they go to the airport and they greet them? Oh my god. The Queen's getting jealous.

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So anyway, one of these bills came in, you know, he said I was in but my brother's insisting I come.

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And I they said he just went just for a moment, just to show respect his brother, or he was outside. Anyhow, he said, what I learned is that that beer made 100,000 pounds that night.

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100,000 pounds in those diaries. Yeah. So people come this, you know, I have this product. I want to sign on Joe and blah, blah, blah, and Hocus Pocus. write something down and give it to him in the form of diarrhea or maybe it's just a

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book as they say.

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We love that soprano. This is a tragedy. This is what they call charlatanism. You know charlatanism basically is the idea that you know, you can't get close to God I'm close to God if you want to close to God you to show me some it show me some love.

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This is what happened in the church. People could not access the Bible, rather to go through the clergy. What does that mean? That meant the clergy would benefit from that relationship. Right? He said they made 100 he made 100,000 pounds.

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You know for a second I thought I'm in the wrong job.

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I thought a loss of 100,000 so this is basically what it is is a money making scheme. a money making scheme.

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Another brother told me that thing in Bradford or somewhere

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one of the house of appeals was robbed

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and they took everything. Then the VA told everyone that listen ago you know, corrupt you need to support me. They said people they gave him double the wealthy and before the next day they gave him double the wealth that he had before so he lost out nothing in fact he gained from that looks slightly suspicious. Slightly suspicious but you get the

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All right. Now why do people throw their money at people like this?

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Why is because they say that I'm not a good person. After suddenly mistakes, oh, this man is a good person. Now if I could just show him some kindness, maybe God will show me some kindness. And sometimes that relationship goes to extremes. So it doesn't matter who the person is. They can be made into an ILA. Yeah, they can be made into an ILA. That's the point for the Quraysh. That manifested itself in the form of actual stone idols. Yeah. for other people. It could be what? It could be a person. It could even be an idea. Now you tell me brothers.

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statues, that's clear. Somebody's bowing down to statue, someone is sacrificing a statue that it should. He's taken that that I do as an ILA, bison, and Isla can be more than a statue, an object, it could be a person, or it could be an idea. Now you give me an example of someone taking a person.

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As an ILA, you give me an example of a person taking an idea as an ILA.

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What is it? Yes.

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Okay, very good. So as for a person, as I said, I'm just today's job was to my house. So please not to do in your hometown should have engaged in some conversation. So people who take any solace around as a deity alongside God for the year the biller.

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As for idea the brother said, how our desires It is true that Koran says, right or left even De La Hoya. Have you seen the one who's taken Hawa, who is the one who's taken his own desires as his law, the word Allah is used, meaning he is obsessed with what he wants, and he will do anything to get what he wants. Now his own desires have become his ILA. See, is important to understand what Allah means, isn't it?

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Okay. But besides this, I'm talking about ideas.

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political ideology, communism, okay.

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Fame, again, is a desire, isn't it? The desire to be famous desire to be popular.

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So communism, what else? Something more relevant communism.

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secularism,

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fascism. Okay. The rise of the alt right. Yep.

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Okay, ruling but other than Allah, Oslo. But how does that show someone's taken something as a Neela?

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They are less people. We're talking about ideas.

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I think you're close. Yes, sir.

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Okay, the idea that human rights, human rights as understood by people in our times here, because when it's understood in that context, you see, actually people believe that what is a supreme value in our times as human rights, therefore, on the basis of that we can go to war with another country? That is that has a bad human rights record. Is that true or not? Yeah. So you believe in the human rights to that level, where you are willing to die for it. Your interpretation of human rights? Yeah. Okay, what does that show you shows you that for you, that value of human rights has become like an ally to you, you're obsessed with it, actually more accurately, when you decided that human

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rights and the interpretation of human rights according to the world today decides what is right and wrong. That is when you made it into an ILA

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when you made it the source that determines what is right and wrong.

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Does that make sense? Yeah. So for example, somebody says, look, in the Koran, it says that the one who steals under Islamic jurisdiction not offered

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under Islamic jurisdiction, what should happen to his hand, it should be cut off after due process, and the rule of law is applied. Ultimately, the punishment is and should be caught up. Now I think that's wrong.

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Because it goes against his human rights. Yeah. Say right. Now for this person in that matter. What he actually said is no human rights is

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more qualified to tell me what is right and wrong then got, isn't it? Alright.

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So for this person he doesn't realize but he's taken human rights as an ILA.

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He's taken human rights as very important to understand it like this. Okay.

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So ideas can be made into a Leela. So Can people and so can objects. So can objects in time people are human is lumpy, we used to take the stars as objects of worship, isn't it? Yeah. So it can, it can differ. That is why, when the Quran chose to use the word Isla, it was more accurate in describing polytheism. Why? Because it can relate to many different forms of polytheism. If it was just a snom statues, then people would always think schimke is about statues. So there's no statute. Well, there's no [???]can book, but that is not the case. Law all of us are on the verse ends by saying Lalo Musa we said the first interpretation is what?

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What do we say the first interpretation was,

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in order that they helped them, what was the interpretation of that?

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helped them in how?

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Yes, save them from the punishment of God? Yeah. The second interpretation is, they used to place the hopes in them.

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They used to place the meaning Lala means Raja, they used to hope in them

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and that's a more general interpretation.

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Okay, and this is why I wanted to speak a little bit about something related to this and that is what we call celebrity worship. Okay, photo Quraysh they used to pride themselves on idols such a large urza this table wants to talk to me today.

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A lot needs to get some of that spirit was about wd 40.

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Okay, the, the the idols Latin Ursa is what Dupre's used to pride themselves on. We are the custodians of Latin Ursa, in the whole of the Arabian Peninsula, right there, the two famous idols that they had. So in a way they used to pin their hopes and prosperity in those idols. In the very same way today, people pin their hopes and prosperity in celebrities.

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They say, for example, that football is religion.

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Maybe it's a bit cliche, but if you think about it, in a way, for some people it is, I mean, some people are totally obsessed with it. I remember the other day, someone came into my pharmacy. This man's pan is very poor. Yeah, he was retired, but he's still working because he said, Look, I can't afford to live on my pension. So we got talking, and at the end of the conversation, he said, Yeah, tonight, I'm gonna go watch the match. I said, Okay. He says, you know, always buy the season ticket. I said, just out of interest how much the season ticket? He says about 1200 pounds 1200 pound seriously, and I don't think that was one of the top teams how much is a student tickets?

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Anyone know? For someone like Man United or Pastore

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can go up to up

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to grandia

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2000 pounds season ticket. That's just to go watch. Not get this you know,

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the the kit to go abroad when they play all the rest of it. So for some people,

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they become obsessed with the game to the point that if their team wins, they are happy. If their team loses, some people can become so distraught that they almost suicidal isn't that true? Yeah. Now in a way, isn't they football, like the alarm to them?

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Like seriously, like, if my team wins, I'm over the moon if my team loses, oh my god on kill myself.

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And it was all over.

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This is over. This is like a full ship. So now I wanted to actually research this and see whether or not someone actually, you know has referred to celebrity culture, celebrity worship, and I did find some things that I would read about you now. So

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one leading sports psychologist at Murray State University and his co author said the following.

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The similarities between sport fandom and organized religion are striking. Consider the vocabulary associated with both faith devotion, worship, ritual, dedication, sacrifice, commitment, spirit, prayer, suffering festival and celebration.

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Various scholars discuss sports in terms of natural

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Religion and humanistic religion and primitive polytheism primitive polytheism.

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pointing out that spectators worship other human beings, their achievements and the groups to which they belong, and that sports stadiums and arenas resemble, quote unquote cathedrals were followers gathered to worship the heroes and pray for the successes.

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Now, what's even more interesting is when you look at the celebrity culture, talk about movie stars, pop stars, and the relationship the fans have with them.

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Recently, some behavioral psychologist, they came up with a term, which is called celebrity worship syndrome, C, Ws, C, Ws celebrity worship syndrome. They said, It describes a person with an obsessive addictive disorder in which a person becomes overly involved in the details of the celebrity's personal and professional life. It is characterized by empathy, over identification and obsession with the celebrity.

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dr. john D. Moore, author of confusing love with obsession, power bla bla also said there are three levels of celebrity worship syndrome. There's simple obsessional, there is love, obsessional and there is our automatic or automatic to not

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go into details a little.

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Now what is will I what is strange is that these fans, they, they are so obsessed with the celebrities that they will do whatever it takes to follow them around. At the same time, the celebrities have no idea they even exist.

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And that's like a paradox, because the Quraysh would give up their lives for the ideas and the ideas and have no idea who they are.

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Is

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this a one way relationship in the same way the idol worship is one relationship is Oh, Allah tells us that those idols, they can't help you in any way, shape or form. In the same way we can tell those fans are obsessed with a celebrity. Listen, they will never pay your rent. They will they don't even know you exist. If they knew exist, they only run away from you. They think you're crazy person. It's true, isn't it? Yeah, there's so many parallels between you know, celebrity worship, and the worship of the idols of the parish is quite shocking.

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The reason I'm going into this is in order to illustrate that, you know, what the Quran speaks about is forever relevant, forever relevant where the Quran speaks about. It is forever relevant and meaningful. It is just about the way we understand it. Melanson had to protect us from from Sheikh Ibrahim alayhis salam, he is the father of monotheistic faith, isn't it? He's the father of the hate. But yet Allah tells in the Quran, he said, Robbie Jr, Benny verbania and Tarot tell us now he's the one who said, Oh, my master save me and my family from ever worshipping an idol.

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The father of the he used to make the art or last saved me from shelter and my family. Which means that he was telling us that this shirt is subtle. It can be very subtle, and it can come in different forms. So be aware. Always ask Allah to protect you from ever falling into even a shade of shed can Allah protect us and our families? I mean,

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first of all, 75 law you're certainly not alone, by whom law whom

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they cannot help them even though they are an army mobilized in this support. Someone's father goes further and says Why do you rely? Why do you pin your hopes on those items for when the reality is they do not even have the ability to help you? Remember, Allah never said they cannot help you. Allah said lay yourself to your own and as long they don't have the ability, remember that saying someone can't do something and saying someone doesn't have the ability for hours. They don't have the ability to worship to help you in any way shape or form. While home law home Don't do Mahara, very interesting. The wow is the vow of hell, which means it's not and it's whilst so you shouldn't

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translate this is as they don't have the ability to help you and they are to them an army immobilized. Rather it is they don't have the ability to help you whilst they are to them an army immobilized. Now there's a there's a very beautiful benefit between them. But before we go into that, what does it mean they're an army for them. Here, many different interpretations. The first interpretation is, it's about the idols. They are like an army to war.

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The machete code.

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And many scholars here they say this refers to the Day of Judgment where all of the disbelievers will be told to stand together. And then those who they used to worship will be shown to them. As for the Christians, the person said is happy to say Muslims or as for the Christians, they will be shown.

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As for the polytheists, they will be shown the idols and then those people will say we have nothing to do with you whatsoever.

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Yeah, we have nothing to do with you whatsoever. Now, here some of the school has mentioned that, in fact, the idols will become like warriors for Allah and start to attack the polytheists they will become like a dune warrior warriors that will start to attack them.

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However, some scholars said no, this is this is not what it means. It means that they will be lined up

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in front of the polytheists as if they are an army.

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Yet, despite them being so close to them, and despite them being in so in need of them, they won't do anything to help them.

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Yeah, they won't do anything to help them. That's why I said

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they will not be able to help you. And the previous verses saying you hope that they will help you. But there will come a day where you will see them like an army, and they will not do anything to help you. Now, here they are shooter. So this is why the wow of how brings about a benefit, because what it shows is that those idols will be present

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while the Quraysh are there, too.

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Now, if you wanted someone to help you, and they couldn't, perhaps you would make an excuse, you would say, you know what, when I needed them, they weren't around.

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But if the person said no, they were there was you needed them. And they didn't help you is more damning, isn't it? That's why he said it is more damning on the fresh, because they've been told they will be there to answer to the and on the Day of Judgment, you will need help. But despite them being so close, and despite you needing so much Oh, they will not help you whatsoever. So leave them. Now, what is the implied meaning here? What is the implied meaning by saying look, they will not be able to help you? Even if they are they're right beside you. They want to help you whatsoever. What is the implied underlying meaning?

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What do you think the chorus are being told implicitly?

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They are not going to help you.

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They won't be able to anything for you.

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Yes.

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Yes, the implied meaning is instead of hope pinning your hopes in people and idols and objects pin your hopes in Allah.

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And that is why I say whatever kilala zz Rahim is sort of sha Allah says and rely not on Allah. But instead of the name of Allah to beautiful other names abroad. Al Aziz, the old mighty, and Rahim, the one who is incredibly compassionate and loving, because ally saying please your trust in me? Do you know who I am? Aziza can make anything happen.

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I'm the one who's always looking out for you. Why would you want to trust anyone else when I am here who can make anything happen? And I am here who loves you more than your own mother? Yeah, whatever. kalon Aziz Rahim. So this is the implied message people. Look who you pin your hopes and pin your hopes in Allah. Not on people, not on your career, not on your own capabilities, but instead a loss of panel data. The next verse fellow is all get older, then the profit then the processor is spoken to.

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Now from my understanding, the last time the person was spoken to directly inserted your scene was when? When is the last time Allah said you like Allah says, fella, you can follow him. So do not be upset with what they say. You don't be upset what they say what is the last time the last episode he has seen? You? Do? You don't you are

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very good. right at the beginning. So Dr. Singh began by speaking to the process of directly in the columella was in Chile you are from those that have been sent. And now sort of yesterday is ending and once again, Allah is talking directly to the processor. Second thing when Allah spoke to me said you are from those that were sent, what was the message being given to the person? Why was he being told you are

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From those that have been sent,

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why do you need to be told that for? Doesn't he know?

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Very good, it was destinia reassurance. And in the same way, the words do not be upset with what they say is what? reassurance? Yeah, beautiful is that the way this sort of ties up together? It started on a word of reassurance. And now it's concluding itself by once again, reassuring the person sort of look what, don't be upset with what they say. What is implied is that those people are saying mean things to the process of them, such as calling him a poet calling him a soothsayer, calling him a fake. Yeah.

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And this is exactly what I said in the beginning, you are from those that have been sent meaning regardless of what they say, I am reassuring you that you are, you do not be upset with them. One of the lessons we learned from this is that Allah subhanaw taala is showing us that even though the process alum is the greatest human being in the world, he was affected by the bad behavior of his of the people around him. He became upset with them. He became upset with those people and to the point that Allah would calm him down. a logical order would reassure him

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in an animal now you say Runa? Wha you already know that reassurance now continues. And if now to say Allah gives a warning, what is the warning? Indeed we we know what they keep secret and what they make public?

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Indeed, we we know what they keep secret what they make public. Now how is that a form of reassurance to the processor?

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By say Allah saying that we know what they do secret know what they say in public is not?

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How would that make the person feel better?

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Yes.

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Very good. Very good. Asante shows it tells about some Look, I am watching over you. I know exactly what is taking place in your life to the very minute is due to even the things that you don't know, things that are happening in secret. Yeah, I thought about an example

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to illustrate this, you know, when

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two kids fight, okay, and when they fight, you know, both them start crying, and then they run up to the mom. Okay. Now one of them's in the wrong, he knows the wrong, but he's gonna pretend like he's not in the wrong. But Mom knows this one. He's not a troublemaker you must have. So what happens is the one who is the victim, he signs next to his mother. And the mother says to him, Listen, don't worry. I know. It wasn't you.

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How does it make the child field? makes the child feel reassured? It makes the child feel You know what? It doesn't matter what you did to me? At least my mom knows. Yeah. So what that teaches us, my brothers and sisters, is that a believer should find reassurance in the knowledge of Allah. That's why should teach us sometimes it seems the world may come against you to do something to harm you. And no one understands that no one can see that, you know, you are the victim. Like use of Islam. When he was thrown into prison, everyone Egypt thought, you know, he does something dodgy as they say, there's no smoke without fire. Right? But that's not true use of Islam was in prison, because

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he didn't do anything. Who knew that no one knew that.

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But useful, Islam would reassure himself that Allah knows and that's, that's enough for me. That's enough for me. In fact, even jacobellis Islam, he would reassure himself with the knowledge of Allah

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you know,

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when right at the end of the story, when use when Islam is set free, okay, is liberated from prison. His case is heard and he is exonerated if you want to say then the brothers come and he shows them that you know, after some time, he shows them I abusive, okay? And so they are shocked. They're amazing and they're gonna go back to their father and tell them that you know what, useless I'm still alive.

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Now, when Allah says when facilitated when the caravan left Egypt, to come back to Palestine, a cent of use have passed by Jacobo Islam. And he says in Nila agito rehab, he says to himself, I consent that is the center of use of Islam. Then the people around him, they said, You know what? This guy's crazy. Seriously, you are crazy. All these years, you've been talking about usage is dead is gone. And now you say you can send him your crazy.

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Now when the brothers do come back, one of them comes and throws the shirt of usefulness to them on the face of Yahoo. His eyes returned. He says in the album in alignment as an animal. He says I always do something about another unit and you

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Yeah, all those years he managed to, you know, control his anxiety, his sadness in the knowledge of Allah. Allah knows. And that's enough for me. And this is a beautiful lesson in the same way a license in Nanana. We know, don't worry, we know. And when a higher authority tells you, they know, it means two things. Number one, that they are looking out for you.

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Number two, that they will deal with those people. Yeah, they will deal with those people. So even after you said, this is actually an implied warning and threat to the Quraysh ally saying we know everything you're doing, what you do behind closed doors and what you do in public. Therefore, don't think that you're going to get away with it. And this also will reassure the process of them that you know what these people, they're not going to get away with what they do.

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The last verse for today inshallah,

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verse number 77, LLM Yamal in Santa Ana, Hala pada, who may not have attained VEDA, who has seen Bumblebee can man not see that we created him from a drop of fluid, yet, lo and behold, he disputes openly.

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This verse, some of the scholars, they said, this was came down because of something that happened during the life of the processor. And the story goes as follows.

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It is said that obey,

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obey the Caliph, he once came up to the processor

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with the bones of a sheep that were decomposing, and he shoved them in front of the face of them. And he squeezed them like this. So they would, they would disintegrate. And then he blew it like this in front of the face of the processor. And then he said, Who is going to bring this back to life? Yeah, who is going to bring this back to life? Now, that is such an obnoxious thing to do, isn't it? Such a rude thing to do? And in front of the face of the process that have to go off limits? Blow, you know, the dead, the dust from dead bones on the face? And then to ask that question to challenge him to say you telling me that God's gonna bring us back to life. how's it

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gonna bring this back to life? Now listen to the response of the person. He said, allow will bring allow will make you die.

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Allow will bring you back to life. Allah will enter you into the hellfire.

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Allah is not talking about the bone, he's talking about you. Allah is going to make your diet Allah is going to make you come back to life who is going to throw you to the Hellfire

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you know, what amazes me about the answer is that the man wanted to try and

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what did they say you know, if someone tries to tries to ask you something in such an aggressive way, they hope that you will be lost to words was was what is that called? when someone tries to

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antagonize you, but you know, sometimes people are so obnoxious, they want to say something, and they expect that you will become confused. You won't know what to say. There's a word count reward the word is

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this bamboozled?

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No bamboozled.

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Yeah, last words.

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Plexi any closer? Yeah.

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You know, sometimes they do that when you're being interviewed in the media. You know, the guys or the woman who's interviewing you should ask you a curveball question. And the idea is just to make you flustered. That's the word Yes.

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He tried to fluster the processor. Yeah. And to be honest, if you were in that situation, and someone did something like that sort of thing sort of locked us out of the blue. Most of us will become flustered, really, we perhaps would know what to say. Especially if it was the likes of a baby hunter who was one of the most notables amongst society. The President did not get flustered for even a second. Yeah. And he replied in such a in such a compelling way. I wonder how Aveda hollow felt. That's our No, I wonder how you felt at that moment. You know, that? Like God, this man? Cause anything to? Yeah. And on top of that he wasn't provoked either, isn't it? When someone's

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very rude to you. Sometimes that can make you respond in a very

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aggressive way. People can start shouting, swearing, anything right? But the process silom was assertive, but he wasn't aggressive. And he didn't lose his cool. One of the better words said that.

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This man the more you try to provoke him, the more he becomes calm.

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This is one of the qualities of the person the more you try to provoke him. The

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He becomes sort of long earlier.

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So anyway, this man obey mahalo. I gotta tell you a story. Do you know that he in Makkah, he used to have a horse and he used to parade this horse in front of the resume said, I am feeding this horse, the choice your SCADA

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because with this horse, I am going to kill you. That's what you say. And to be honest, for you know, for one Qureshi to say that to another Qureshi doesn't matter, even if it's a process that is just obnoxious and rude behavior, you don't do that to your fellow kurachi. But he would go that far.

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And you know, the person who said to him, he said, rather I will kill you.

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Now there is no one who was killed by the process of them except for who they are.

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On the day of or what, what happened is that the processor

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was attacked, he fell down unconscious. And when he awoke from his state of unconsciousness, one of the Muslims saw him now at this moment in time, because Islam was literally left by himself. People had scattered, only a few people have remained close to him.

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When he regained consciousness at that moment, a rumor went and spread that Mohammed says Adam has died. So people were devastated. The animals died, how can this happen? But when the President reappeared capital, Malik saw him. And he was so happy that from the distance that he recognized he started shouting, your prophet is alive, your prophet is alive, and the processor made a gesture to him, calm down, keep it quiet,

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because you're gonna give me away, all right, so calm down. So what happened is, then a retreat started to happen, people regather themselves, and the person led them to some crevice in the mountain range of offered to safety, as they are going back, who comes on his horse galloping, or being on the same horse, that he promised that he would cure the person.

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And the person is walking on foot. When obey appears, he called the person out, and the process that he turns to one of his companions, and he says, Give me your spirit.

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He takes his spear, and he tells the rest of them to go. Now it is the process of them against who baby have on a horse.

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on a horse, you know, people charged against you and another man and a horse, man on a horse and the Knights fight. This is a matter of the horse against the man standing.

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So he gallops towards the processor. And the person holds the space upwards. And as the man comes, and he's tries to strike him down with the sword, the person ducks and manages to pace him on the shoulder blade with the speed, he pushes him off the horse, he rolls off the horse on the ground, and he starts wailing like a baby. Now, his comrades come up to him and say, there's nothing it's just a scratch on your shoulder, but he says, No, no, no, no, no, no, no. The pain of feeling today, if it was shade over the family of so and so or that would have died. That man said, He's gonna kill me and I'm gonna die.

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So they said, relax, you're not gonna die, you'll find. So they stretched him off. Okay. And then he was going back to Makkah. On the way back. He became diseased, his body start to become diseased. And so diseased, you know, the the Arabs at that time, they would, they were superstitious. If they saw some kind of passive stuff coming out you they thought this, this means something he was going to happen. So they deserted his body,

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in the middle of the desert, on the way back and he died there.

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As he was dying, he said, That man, Mohammed said he was going to kill me and I'm going to die. And that is the only man who was killed by the professor louder, sir. Yeah. So this verse is said to be about this man. Allah said, Do you not see that insam he unohana who we created him from what may not offer from that sperm fluid, lowly, unsophisticated origin of a human being. That is what we created to come. Thank you

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will be in and look at him now. He is Hussien mean someone who argues in a nasty way. Yeah. argue the nasty way will be clay. referring to this man how he came to try and argue with approximately

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this verse shows us now one of the ways you deal with arrogant people is that you put them in their place. Allow us putting such people in their place by telling them you are arguing about

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Things to do with Allah and His messenger.

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Have you forgotten how you are created? Once upon a time, you are a thing that people wash off their clothes. And now you want to stand in defiance of God. This is one of the ways that we deal with arrogant people. And in fact, the salted caramel would end with this. You know the story of the man with the two gardens. Arrogant man, okay, this man his money made him diluted to the point that he said Allah is not going to take me and if he does is going to give me something better. Now what did his companion say to him? Allah who sorry, who are you hiring? accountability holla coming to Robin thumb in North Tommaso welcome, Raja. He said to his arrogant neighbor, are you disbelieving in the

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one who made you from the soil

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and then into that fluid? And then he shaped you into a man? What is the matter with you? Have you forgotten your origins? So he advised him because he was advising him in a aggressive way because he was an arrogant person. In the same way if we come across come across arrogant people, we should do what the Quran teaches us. And that is, if you for sure this man is Aragon, put him in his place. Put him in his place because by doing that, perhaps this will break the arrogance and make him submit to a loss of power.

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Okay, brothers this shows and others have also lost a lot of being a hermit. Living your sanity is very bizarre for the helper