Thematic Tafsir Surah Qiyamah #1

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-- The Surah Surah is designed to remove doubt and confusion and is designed to remove confusion. The speakers discuss the misunderstandings of "any" and the importance of learning and understanding the meaning of "any." They also touch on the emotional state of the two speakers and the importance of remembering the passage of the Prophet's words. The segment emphasizes the importance of not accepting Islam and the need for people to be clear about the message. The transcript provides examples and examples of words used by different individuals during their message, including "bringing death" and "bringing death."

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Some brothers and sisters.

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Today inshallah we'll be going through what they call a thematic tafsir thematic series is a little bit different to your, your regular tafsir. In that we don't go through the technical meanings of the words and expressions rather what we do, we try to take the overall theme of the surah. So we've said we're going to be doing, we're going to be doing sort of a piano solo piano at the 75th chapter of the Quran. The Surah has a number of unique features. The first unique feature is that its subject matter is just one

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of the only subject matter that this surah is about is what what sort of come about.

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Now, in the name itself, it's very clear but what is unique is that that theme, runs through the middle, the beginning the middle up to the very end. So ut Ramallah said that look at this torah, it begins with Allah making mention of bringing the dead back to life law, or policy move beyond the piano Pm is when our bodies we brought back to life

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ends. And then he said that it

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is Allah not therefore capable of, of what you feel moto to bring back.

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The dead corpses back to life again, from the very beginning to the very end. Another unique feature about the surah is the imagery. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned certain details that create an image in our mind. One image is about the size of your mind, what people will look like on that day, what they will experience in their hearts, and also what they will be seeing with their tongues as well. There's another imagery as well, about a disbeliever on his deathbed and surrounding him is his friends and family is the last moment of his life either, but

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not either. And this is another beautiful imagery about a scene of a man on his deathbed. And around him eyes, friends and family. Allah tells us what he will be feeling at that time, what will be said by those people around the rock. So there's beautiful imagery that captivates the mind when you read the surah another distinctive feature about the soul that is the style it's rhythm, per se movie Young it'll be

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removed enough see low A Assa all in Santo and Ninja Mara Hill warm, do you see the style that is a very beautiful style even that is, you know, grabs the person's attention, it grabs the person's attention and it keeps them wanting to listen and to follow just a rhythm.

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So therefore, the surah Subhan Allah is very powerful.

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And the spirit behind the surah is that it seeks to remove any doubt in the mind of the listener, that Allah is not capable of bringing back the dead to life. As you know, that during the life of the processor, in particular, the machine record with them, and they disbelieved him, but they disbelieve in him in general, and in particular, some of the beliefs that he came with. Okay, one of the main things that they disbelieved in was what was the main thing that they said this thing that you're talking about? It's crazy. It can't be this thing, we don't believe it could possibly even happen. What is one of those things?

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Back to

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that was one of them, yes, that there could be such thing as only one day to do it, but the other one was relevant to us is is it really the case you say you will learn nothing is that when we are decomposed dead bodies inside of the earth the soil in the very thing that we will then be resurrected again irritate me, Rahim Allah explained they are if you like the misconception and they adapt, based on he said that the living and the dead are different very different two particular ways as for the living creatures, that they have a warmth about them and they have if you like of moistness, things that aren't living generally creatures, they are warm and they have this you know

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water or moistness to their to their beam as for the dead, a corpse which is cold, decomposed, it becomes dry, said because of this, they said that once you become decomposed, dry, cold, lifeless, therefore, it is impossible that resurrection could possibly be true. Yeah. And on that basis, they should say to the person that this is a joke. This is this is

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The IG this is something very strange, this is something that we will be brought back to life. So this surah needs to be understood in light of that misunderstanding shortcoming and doubt and

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my brothers and sisters, to be honest, we all have a share of that doubt. Any one of us really claimed that they believe that they will be resurrected with 100% conviction that they know for sure, definitely, I will be resurrected I don't doubt it even if the whole world said it's not going to happen by the way

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do we really feel like that we don't do it and that's why it's upon us all on piano is not just a lesson for those that doubt and you know, profess that doubt. But it is also a deep lesson for all of us to try and remove the doubt from our minds and establish a pure conviction that yes, we will be resurrected and everything that follows on from resurrection, the accountability, Paradise hellfire, all of that then follows to let's begin shall by reciting a portion of this magnificent tool

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rather than being lonely and being ashamed by anyone do you Bismillah you're more

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open same old

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big area he the new rooster?

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See, firstly, on all one.

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I want you to imagine that these we should record the Mokka that they're sitting together and they are talking about this man, Muhammad Hasulam. And these things that he says that we will be after we die resurrected, brought before God and that life will come to us once again. Some of them said You know, this is just ridiculous other said no. In fact that is not true. And on the contrary, there is such thing known as reincarnation that our souls will be transferred to the body for another creature. This was mentioned somewhere else in the Quran as well. This was another one of the false believes in reincarnation. In fact, imagine people from our time sitting there as though these

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Muslims they believe that there's a month to come out religious. That's something or fairytale fantasy that's not really true.

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That bickering arguing is taking place and this tool is then revealed in that context. Law. Allah began by saying law as if to say all of that, all of that is wrong. All of that is bartering. All of that is not true at all. On the contrary, all policy will be omitted pm Allah took an oath from Allah gentle Allah, the Lord and the master of everything that exists took an oath. Allah does not take and does not need to take an oath by anything whatever Allah said, is true yet he took an oath by what two O's firstly, yo Damn, that without a shadow without putting an oath to say it is a reality. It is true Yeoman, Yama will come to pass. And then Allah said again, why Allah and again

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know what you say is absolutely false.

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Oh cousin, I cannot have another house. This time by UNOPS Allah Wa, the soul that is lawanna lawanna is what they called CLR on mobile, the more intense word for him is the person who feels blame.

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He feels love, love is blamed. So the person who feels blamed is not allowed to say

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the soul that is Allah said so that is what

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The one LaWanda is the more intense form of that so you have a person who feels sold that feels blame. But there's so that continually feels a lot of blame. That is the one Allah has took a second out by the soul that experiences this intense form of blame. You know, when a person blames themselves for doing something wrong, that's classed as a particular emotion. What emotion?

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You know, would you say this is when you experience blame? You blame yourself, I shouldn't have done this. I do this for you.

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guilt, and regret, guilt or regret. These are the two emotions that Allah took an oath by.

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Now a question my brothers. What do you think is the connection here? Allah first took an oath by a piano, and then took a second oath by an emotion, a human universal emotion known as guilt, or regret. What do you think? Is the connection between these two? Allah taking an oath by the first one? And then a second? What is the link with the second to do with the first? Who can give us an answer for this?

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Okay, very good. The brother said that they doubted your piano. But when it comes to pause, and they are there, they will feel an immense amount of regret. That is true, that is one day that they will feel such guilt and regret that how they lived and the fact that they doubted Allah, His messenger and your piano, then they will know they will feel much regret. In fact, not just every one of us will feel regret, even Subhanallah the prophets have you not read the hadith of Shiva, where the people mankind will come to the prop the best of the best,

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or the minister.

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And they will ask them, just the deceit for us to start this whole thing. And what will they say? I cannot go to so and so why they will offer a reason about which they regret. They feel guilt upon the best of the list. What then about us, of course, we will regret that believe it or regret that they should have done more. They should have worshipped Allah more, they should have read his book, they shouldn't pray to him or called out to him more, they should have sacrificed more, when they see the delights of paradise. And even though that is confirmed that you aren't going there, they will regret to manage more to and more than that. As for the disbeliever he will regret and having

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rejected, denied and ridiculed, those are called him to the truth. So every one will feel guilt. There is another link between the to the to the two persons who can give us another answer. What's the link between the emotion of guilt and blame? And the first oath that Allah took by selling between the two, someone else put their hand up here, they have another answer.

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No one else can give an answer.

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No, any big question, is it clear that there must be a link I'm not taking our party and all of a sudden taken off by the emotion of guilt and regret.

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emotion of guilt or the music now? That's what the other set of

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sounds? That's one of the answer. That's easy, they will not wish to go back to the previous life. Very similar to what the brother said.

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certainty that you feel guilt Yeah, just as that certainty that you will be.

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Maybe this is another way of wording which is that you know this emotional guilt. Every time you're rational Allah said that some claim that it's possible for a human being to destroy his emotion of guilt, meaning he's so evil and corrupt that eventually one day comes and he doesn't feel guilty anymore. He said this is not true. In fact, a lot took an oath by guilt and that means that every human being doesn't matter how corrupt and bad they are, they still feel guilt. So in the emotion of guilt, there is a sign pointing towards the piano because when you feel bad for doing something wrong, that's your own unconscious telling you that you'll be in trouble for that one day.

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If it is not now no one saw you there will come a time and that bad feeling that you know regret. That is a lot placing some

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thing inside of us to tell us that there is some accountability to come your way. And so they mentioned that this is the second link between the two in San, Jamar Obama, this is the doubt that they had, does man think and lead Nigeria, but that will not be able to construct back together? They live on the bones? Is this what you really doubt? This is what they claimed? In their words, there was doubt that it is not possible for this to happen. His wife mentioned what he said about their dogs?

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Or is it something else? Is it something not to do with an ideology or this

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reasoning? God can't do this because this thing is impossible? Or is it to do with Shaohua desire based desire loving other things or, you know, wanting to do other things, that desire that when is the real reason why you say I don't believe in Europeana, we're going to find out we're going to find out after Allah thing said that do they really assume that we will not be able to bring back the bones together Bella, Bella means on the contrary, on the contrary, Allah said, Pardon each other and so we are,

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you say they doubted that Allah couldn't bring back the bones together. And you will expect the next verse to be, we can't bring back the bones together. While I didn't say that, Allah said he's capable and looser we are banana to piece back, not just the bones, but the whole body right down to Banana, banana can refer to two things. Number one, the fingers, he can pay us back down to these fingers. And in that Subhan Allah is an amazing son because these fingers the bone structure is so intricate, you know that if you were to break your finger, they can't put a cost around it because it will stop them. fusing together in the way this bolster isn't exactly a bandage that is so

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integral. The second is that banana refers to the tips of the fingers, the finger tips and even that is even more amazing. Because on the tips of our fingers, we have what they call friction ridges, friction ridges, this print this principle is unique for every single one of us. Allah says you think I don't have the ability to bring back to

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bring your whole body back as it wants. What right down to the fingertips Pamela how Allah you know destroyed the doubt that people can with in such an emphatic, amazing way. This thing that tape is so unique that it has been used since I think the early 20th century in Crime Scene Investigation is supposed to be one of the main pieces of evidence still up until today that has brought about more convictions than any other piece of piece of evidence, in fact that they say that this imprint of others so unique. If you were to leave one and then momentarily take your finger off and then leave another one they will be even differences between the two of you the amazing detail through which

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Allah's Parliament created us and He said I'll bring you back down to that very fine point. Bell you either in some drama see Allah saying that it is not really that you intellectually doubt resurrection. This applies to them and anyone after them that people they don't really intellectually doubt that this is an impossible resurrection. Rather you read the man who wants the F Juha he wants to Leah. Leah fear comes from the root of feta. Feta means to explode. Yeah, like the federal time is when the sun if you like the light explodes, the darkness vanishes via feathered hair refers to the impulsive nature of man. He wants to do whatever is before him. He just wants to

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do it wherever he feels like doing at that moment. That is what he wants to be that is how he wants to do that is the type of lifestyle he desires. Allah is saying you don't doubt my food. Rather you love to live by your impulses. That is why you deny a piano because if a person really believes is a hereafter, he means is he believes is an accountability is an accountability one has to live by a certain code, a code of conduct some guidelines, so they can't therefore live according to impulse. So this is the real underlying reading Shaohua it is just a person's whim that

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is leading them on to negate the concept of resurrection.

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Yes, yada yada. If you were to ask one of those, we should or somebody on this feature really doubt about resurrection is give them some doubt that look, you know there is a life to come this life is just short it is a test. Afterwards we will be taken to Cambodia. We did many of them I guess, a year. They will ask you okay, what is your Nokia? Notice how I didn't say Mata Mata means when a Jana is a form of mockery,

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really seriously, what is it? It is a yard is it is

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it is a mockery type of questioning, really do not. Go on and tell us what is your

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Allah subhanaw taala? He didn't answer that question. Rather Allah took our attention of that person our thing that in some in asking or making that thing assault against Arsenal, and said, Now look at him when your piano was about to unfold.

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His eyes will be buried, but it comes on root of the bark bark refers to the Thunderbolt. Allah saying his eyes will be dazzled. On that day as if he's seeing us Thunderbolt before his eyes he will be in a state of terror, shock.

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What is he looking at? Allah said was

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his eyes will be looking at the moon as it eclipses herself can either mean the eclipsing of the moon which means that the light of that full moon all of a sudden is ripped away. It is, if you like torn away, or the second Minahasa is that something caves in something caves in so he sees any witnesses the view that you see movies by shining bright, either lose all of its color all of a sudden, or that it begins to keep and imagine the scene on that day has the power what Jumia chumps will cover and then he sees that the sharps and the cover is brought together to the fields in the first is that Allah subhanho wa Taala will fold up the sun and the moon. Imagine seeing that great

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big ball of fire all of a sudden being folded up and the moon being folded up. And these are tremendous scenes. The second view is that Allah, Allah Allah will smash together the sun at the clock, and he what the people will be seeing Monday what we will be seeing on that day that the sun and the moon be smashed together. And this he asked out of mockery. But look at him now. Tara has gripped his heart, look at what he is witnessing now.

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And then Allah tells us after sending us what he sees, now what look at what he says, You're all inside your maybe even muffled he says another question now, what is the question? A null NEFA buffer Council route of firearm

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for all means to run doesn't just mean to run. In fact, it means to flee. The third war is the fugitive. Now the fugitive when he runs, he doesn't look back. He's running out of terror. And he doesn't even look back to see us come back just keeps on running. Martha is the mechanics the place of fleeing to meaning is to escape route. This man in a panic he says either luffa where is the place I can go to get out of this problem. Now he realizes now certain things are about to come his way and he's looking he's looking for muffin the way out. Candela was up and then either Allah didn't say so this person there is no wasn't today was refers to a shelter the Arabs and referred to

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the cave as a wizard called the fortress as it wasn't because if you're out there living like a nomad, there's a thunderstorm. You will run inside the cave that will be your wizard or the army when it's being attacked. When it's on the backfoot they will retreat back into the fortress they'll be there was a so Allah is saying there is no wasn't today. Another interpretation is the man himself. After looking around for Mufasa he says

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there is no place for me to go today for shorter if the cathedra him and asked him he said that because he sees all around in the fire. He sees all around the fire and he comes to a realization can learn now that there's no way I can go on out to get out of this

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behavior made a mistake because the only place he's going to go the monster the stopping place is before his very Lord. We are all going to go before our load must occur. That is where we're going to end up every single one of us why you love darling son because Allah will make it

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But there's a difference between the word neighbor, or another and Kabul. In English, we can translate both to mean to be informed. Yeah, it's about to be informed about something. But there's a difference in Arabic between in the nether and Hubbard. The difference is that, as I mentioned, that number refers to information that is, has a great deal of certainty. It is, everything it's speaking about is so true. It is so accurate, it is so relevant as for Hubbard, it could be true and we can even contain some falsehood, okay.

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To have, as Allah says, in Surah, Azusa, the earth will be to have the thought that we'll talk about what about what happened, but the Earth only knows what happened. On its surface. It doesn't know the realities of things.

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And about us for what Allah knows it is in that meeting, Allah will take us to one side and question us about every single thing that we did. Every place he went to every act we did, even the thoughts that crossed our minds.

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Though Allah will pardon much of that. Allah has the knowledge to take us to account for every single thing we said. And even the fourth time past four months, you lucked out recently your Maven Bhima.

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Allah will ask us about two things

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done to two interpretations. The first of them is what we did during our life, the deeds, good deeds, evil is everything Allah will ask us about that. Our heart refers to the legacy, the legacy that we left behind

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the way our lives impacted on others after he died. Little did we know the effect of our actions on the lives of other people and imagine a beautiful scenario, that a man for worship of Allah, he got married, he raised up righteous, and he taught his kids how to worship Allah subhanho wa taala. Little did he know after he died, that those children grew up to be worshipers of Allah, they went on to get married themselves and have their own food. And subhanAllah those children also grew up in the worship of Allah and the generation began to arise on the oval piano,

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that legacy of all those wishes that is going to be put on your skin.

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All of that is going to be put on your skin as well as

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the opposite scenario. Imagine a man he's a businessman he's doing harm is he's a mortgage broker. He's helping other people do.

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His businesses, small businesses on some money, he lived his life and he died. Little did he know that business became a huge empire, like a powerhouse of helping so many people do harm in the river. That is your legacy, your evil legacy, that is how you impact in the lives of others, all of that whatever happened as a consequence of what you started, alone, bring all of that you remember

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about all of that. How Allah subhanho wa Taala is teaching us about his all encompassing nature, nothing is nothing is left Yokoyama is a reality and these are some of the details of that reality.

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You're not though in some way or maybe remembered them or buried in some either enough see he was

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buried in sun. In fact, in some other NFC he on his own self is Basia meaning he's a witness against his own self, you know, Allah saying here, they say that is it really necessary for you to die, be resurrected and be be brought before me? In order for you to know your sins and shortcomings and deficiencies? Is it really necessary? It is not? For you have it within your own self? To know what is your own shortcomings? What are your own bad habits? What are your own misdeeds and SubhanAllah? It is so true. No one knows about our history better than ourselves. After lies that few of us who is going to come to us and tell us look, you know, last year you did that thing, and you regretted

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Do you think you should make Toba for that now, don't you think you shouldn't be asking Allah to forgive you for that who is going to become no one but in some other NAFSA he Bashira we know our own selves Ashoka and he said look, Allah say he gave us an apple and apple and intellect and helps us discern right from on top of that Allah gave us a fitrah something ingrained within us like a moral compass that teaches us that not these things are not really right. That thing that I did is not really right.

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Basilar in your also besides sending Muhammad Sallallahu Alison besides giving us this Quran you have

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fit within your own selves to know, to a certain degree. By my grace, there are certain things you shouldn't have been doing. You had it within yourself to take yourself to account before you were here in this MasterCard before me, you know that is telling us that we need to confess our sins to Allah.

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That we need to admit before Allah things that we have done wrong, because we know about them in a way that no one else does. And if we turn to Allah and ask Him to forgive us, without a shadow of a doubt, he would even erase that. So when we come to this place in our life,

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we will not be even seen that Allah decoded us to make Toba to him by calling out him by crying out to Him about all of the things that we have done in our past. Although we are because on that day, people will be casting forward the excuses Matthew, from Marathon, the excuses you know, in behavioral psychology, they have a term for making excuses. It's called rationalization. They call it a rationalization. Because when a person does something that they know others will look at and say that's totally right. He tries to reason away what he did, by offering an explanation. That is rationalization because the person feels that he'd done something wrong and he needs to cover it up.

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So they, they look at it as a defense mechanism. Allah is saying on that day, people will be offering the excuses why they did what they did, what our power means, that will not come to the aid afterwards. It will not help them whatsoever. I know exactly why you did. What you did, one, oh, Allah ma, and SubhanAllah. This is a lesson that we learn from our father or the minister or the minister.

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And he did something wrong, he slipped, he made a mistake. Also, Allah said that he did an act of disobedience towards Allah. But look, the moment that he found out that he did something wrong, did he make an excuse? Rather than

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immediately turn back to Allah? Oh, our Lord Vadhana we have wronged ourselves. He didn't say I did this because shaitan you know, it came to me I don't even know who Chapin is the first time I came to know him. And, you know, he whispered to me that it's okay to do this thing. And it's the first time I've seen Oh, come on that.

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that was wrong. varname fusina or whatever, love the filler and then begging Allah to forgive him? What? If you don't forgive me? What are Hannah and have mercy on me? Then what will be of the losers from the hustling? And part of the exact opposite scenario when he can do it please, please, also did something wrong? He refused to bow down to the Command of Allah. Allah asked him, What prevented you from bowing down even though you know I told you to do that. What did he say? He said,

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No, he said, What? For the

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time I'm better than

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the human. The human defense mechanism. The reason I didn't do that, okay is because I've made a fire he's made of clay fires better than clay therefore, I shouldn't be mad at him. How? He offered an excuse. Why hello al Kamara teaches us my brothers and sisters. Never make an excuse for yourself before Allah. Make excuses for your family, for your friends for your relatives, don't make excuses for yourself. Hold yourself to account before Allah homes you to account.

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Now, something very strange happens. All of this about your 1pm all of this about the worst time for people and now a shift towards the best of all creation Hamza Allah, Allah saying to him in order to have the can be Lisanna can retire gentlemen, don't move your tongue, the database in order to hasten towards it. What does this mean? In the cathedral explained he said, When debris in Islam would come to person and reveal to him the forearm, the process would start to move his lips and his tongue to recite it, in order to eagerness to memorize it. He wanted to memorize it even before the drill had left. So this is what the person used to do out of eagerness. And in fact, out of haste to

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try and memorize Allah saying that you don't need to do that. You don't need to move your tongue like that. Why Ignalina Gemma because upon us is to do

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Jama because he said to, to collect it and place it within your chest meaning in your heart, what? Meaning to preserve even its recitation on your tongue. But a question What is the relationship between this passage about the precedent being hasty in wanting to memorize the Quran? How to obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala and the previous passage which is to do with disbelievers, people that doubted on piano you know see these mockery type of questions of course, that what is the link between the two,

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but it seems like they are very distant through seems like they are very far apart, but in fact there is a link there is a link between the two who can give us an answer for this what are the things is the link between the two

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any ideas? What are your thoughts for this

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so you meet the message that the doubt is when the Quran Allah firm in the Quran of these Abdullah has come across his number

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Excuses even.

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This is what is talking about processing them and he's hastiness.

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And the other one is talking about people that doubted, you know, LPR and I give you a clue, okay? Before remember the reverse of that, but you're either in some left Euro

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so what were the hasty towards, towards sin, pimple or hasty towards doing sin, going away from Allah, the Prophet Salam is so eager that Allah has to tell you not this month eagerness. This much eagerness was expressed by approximately age. As for all those other people so much haste towards doing evil, that is the link between this passage and the previous one. So Allah said, that you don't need to do that. We are the ones who are going to present in your heart and even the recitation on the tongue and therefore favor kala

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Khurana when it is recited, just follow the recitation meaning. Just listen to debrief. That's all you have to do. Just be there, listen to him, and I will take care of the rest for my inner Elena Jana. Now, this is a subtle point. So we need to pay attention to this. In the Alena demo Quran Allah said firstly, that he's going to preserve it with the persona.

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Now, after saying that Allah then says so much, meaning another thing is well, he Na, Lena Vienna, and we are the ones that are going to do the Belliard of it. The beyond of it means to explain it here to explain it. So isn't that already included in what Allah said previously, that we are going to jump out and

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we are going to preserve it? If it's preserved, it means that it's there for everyone to see it is here. So what does the IANA mean here? What is Allah saying, the extra thing that we are going to describe as Revelation? We can give us an answer for this interpretation. Very good. That's exactly what it is. But Jana refers to them the meanings that have seen Subhanallah Allah is telling us that we're not just going to leave this book, this text.

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Know what this text means, what I intended by my words, I will even preserve that amazing Allah telling us that this book and what he meant by these words, lives on after the presentation, that when we learn what our book says, we know for sure we are learning the right thing if we go to the crib sources, who else can claim to have this they can't even claim the first thing which is to have the Scripture intact, but to have the Scripture and the language and the meaning. This is something only unique for Islam is something only unique to us. I'm looking at Allah preserve this Deen in its entirety by keeping alive the text, even the language how many people learning Arabic Now, the same

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language that describes reviewed 14 135 years ago and on top of that, if they ever were confused about what these words mean, they can find out what they mean by learning.

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All this unbelievable the first full book of the shoe ever written was by mom.

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That was in the year what when was this first ever major book of

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To see written does anyone know?

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It is around he started to write around 270s. So just 270 years after the process of making

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that manuscript, those manuscripts are still with us even today voting on a database. But if you wanted to know what the early Muslims understood that the Quran, you can do that you can get access to that. It's amazing. Jen now what Khurana firma in

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the interpretation even the meanings of these words are with us today. colourable boon and, again, Allah addressing the underlying cause of people's disbelief and denial, what is it color, but on the contrary, and rather to hipbone you love Arjuna Arjuna means hastiness, what it refers to here is what, what is something that is here and now in front of you, that that person wants to get hold of, and love,

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as opposed to that which is further away.

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Dunya Allah saying, the reality is that you just love to hear your love of dunya, which is Shacklewell not an intellectual idea is what is preventing you a stopping you from accepting the message of this man Muhammad.

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And this is a lesson for everyone who does that. Sometimes we,

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we, we perceive that people don't really want to accept Islam because they don't understand the message of Islam. So after that is very true. However, there is another very substantial reason and that is, even if you make clear the core concepts of Islam, the reason why they don't accept it is because can burn to shinbone and because of not an intellectual reason, but because of the base desire, love of the dunya. And this doesn't mean that I'm saying, Don't do the hard work. No, bear this in mind. A person may not accept Islam, not because you haven't done a good job in explaining what Islam is. But because you haven't done a good job now listen to this, in warning them of the

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consequences of rejecting Islam. What destroys the love of something is to receive a warning about the consequence of that love, what will lead them to hear what pain awaits those that disbelieve? That is why it's hard Allah so much warning in the Quran. Allah Allah was what will bring people to Islam is not really intellectual proofs though they are needed and necessary, it is. It is warning, it is only given with wisdom and in a beautiful way,

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whatever owner and so they have cast behind themselves. Meaning this is the reason why you have disbelieved in your monthly AMA, then inshallah we will stop after explaining this part. Allah gives us a tremendous image about the scene of Yama, Yama, if we were there, what would we see we will see all of mankind gathered before Allah subhanaw taala. And those people will you will be able to distinguish the good of them from the bad of them. One way that you will be able to distinguish that now those people are different to those people over there is because would you we amazing now that Allah said, faces, faces that they will be now there. Now there comes a route of novel, novel refers

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to gold and to purity. Allah said that they face will be now meaning they will be glistening, shining, illuminating light pure goes,

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this is the way some face will be on that day. Why oh, why are the faces glowing like this deal of Bihar now? Because they are looking at the Lord's power law. Now the law doesn't just mean to look now there are means to stay. And they will be in amazement and staring upon the face of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the the enjoyment and the pleasure Subhanallah will be so intense that it will manifest itself on their faces that they face you will begin to become now because of the now villa, to Allah subhanho wa taala. And, you know, the Companions they read this, and they were delighted to find that this is really one of the rewards if they were true to Allah subhanaw taala yet, they

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wanted to know more. They wanted to just hear the process alone, confirm that to them. So in one direction, so he must remember Hadith

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Think liberalism and they said, the others will not. Will we see Allah in the hereafter? The process will have an amazing response. He didn't just say yes, you will have, you know, written scholar on piano. He said to them that do you have any difficulty in looking at the full moon on a cloudless night? They said, No. He said, Do you have any difficulty and looking at the sun on a cloudless day? They said, No, he said in that way, when you see your Lord, it's

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a beautiful way of explaining to them that not only will you see Allah, but you will see Allah without any difficulty whatsoever. Because the person may think all of the the levers will be there on that day, and we will need to look at Allah, maybe we'll have to move to a place to be able to see a lot of money, maybe I'll have to fight with another person in order to get my space. Now, the way you look at the moon, don't just start with anyone. You just look up and you see them. And the same way when you see Allah with tremendous pleasure and with great ease that Allah make us of those people.

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And then is the other group the other side, the disbelievers. Allah said about them again, they faces if you look at their faces, you will be able to see a distinction Mark, what is that mark? Would you have made him say

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that Sarah comes from Busuu Bozo refers to frowning when a person frowns Barcia can also refer to darkness, a gloomy nature, that Subhanallah their faces are going to be exactly the opposite. Their face are going to be dark, gloomy, you're going to see sadness on the faces.

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You know, people that are imprisoned and tortured.

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When they go in, they look particularly when they come out, they look very different. They look very different. If you see some of the prisoners, when they went in when they come out, gray hair, the skeleton like features because they're so skinny haven't been fit properly, bags under the eyes face is totally

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because of what the pain that they endured was so intense, so hard on them, that it manifests itself on the appearance manifests itself in the outer appearance. Allah saying about their faces will Julio mighty

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Tohono au father

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can mean either somebody doesn't know for sure this is going to happen. One can be in conjecture that one in another context can mean certainty is the opposite. And it's one of those words that can be the opposite. It can mean conviction can mean certain here it means there will be certain Tavano a you find that something is about to happen to them what is about to happen to them

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fatter, okay comes to the root of suffering means to be reduced down to something that's why the poor person is called the therapy because he's been reduced down to a position where he has no money whatsoever. Falcone okay also has another word which is filter or Filter Filter refers to the vertebrates in your back. Yeah, the vertebrates in your back. What is the tafseer that of seed is that at that moment, they will be certain they will know for sure that a calamity is about to come down, that will be so hard on them, it will break the very backs.

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Only Allah telling us about the misery that those people will feed on that day, that man I should have believed that messenger as long as I should have accepted the message of this book. And that time will be too late. That time, they will tell you, they will know for sure that a calamity is about to come their way that will be so difficult to pull them up as if it will break. The very best mom didn't want to save us from the

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food. We have five minutes left. Either we can take questions. Or we can maybe go through a few more verses it's up to you or not

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flexible for me.

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What should you do?

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Would you like to say questions? Or would you like to continue maybe take a few more

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continues to take let's continue.

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After speaking about your piano and about this, this great scene that we will see Allah then after going from this dunya into the Ashra Allah then goes back a little bit at the point of death, because death is actually the beginning of payoff for that individual who died. The moment a person is buried. They say that that is what

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knocklyon actually begins with that person. So Allah Now talks about the moment that LPR will start for every single one of us, but this is in the context of a disbeliever. Allah said can either benefited from happy that when that when the soul which is implied here reaches Terrazza, please, a poem, it is the this in between the collarbone right there when it reaches there, meaning the pangs of death. This person is in the last moments of his life, he disbelieved Allah and he rejected Muhammad Allah adios.

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Joaquin, Brock it will be set. It will be set not con man rock. Somebody's saying who is saying this is that image, the image of that man on his deathbed, that wicked individual. Now

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terror is coming to him. And he's about to experience death. Now certain things have become obvious to him, and he doesn't want to go there. So he's panicking. When he is panicking, his friend and family that are sitting around him, they start to see him panicking. The Menorah been around rock means cold, the rocky rocky who comes when somebody is possessed by gin and Aries Khurana that person they call out to Him. They don't call out for the doctor. They don't call out for the nurse or another close friend or maybe his children for a parting advice. No, they call up for rock the rock even to him Allah said this is telling us that Rokia is in fact the greatest form of medicine.

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greatest form of remedy because of this Bob to desperation even the caffeine knows that Rokia is really what he needs at this time. A big TV I said the rock here is the greatest form of medicine, because it operates on the very soul itself, the mind the body, it works on the soul itself. And therefore he said, it shows us how much this person fears death, that they are pulling out for the rakia because of the fear of what awaits them of death and because of the dunya and because of the love of this world not wanting to be holding on to it, leave them on the rock while one nanometer rock and again certain not to you will think he will be certain that fill up is about to happen for

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our needs to separate. So what has been separated

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the soul and the body. He knows that now the soul is about to come out and be separated from his body. Or one the unknowable for our one defect is bizarre and amazing expression. In ancient Arabic poetry is definitely circled the self referred to accom a camel, that is water source, you know it has the hump it has a lot of water as well. When it depletes when it comes right down to the end, and it's walking, it begins to slow down and how it works because it's dehydrated. It affect itself of itself is the last moments of that dehydration as it kicks in its legs wrapped around itself like this and it falls down to the side falls on its side because it's dead. due to dehydration will

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definitely sell from the start collapsing if you were to see that person in the pans of death. It is like this, how the person will scream and even Subhanallah people that you know experience a lot of pain towards the end of their life. You see them that they you know the bodies begin to wrap around, you know their arms and even their legs, you see that their legs, you know begin to intertwine like this because of the sheer pain or what is happening to them around liveness analysts who was deferred itself will be served because a young man in the Messiah. Why? Because he knows that Messiah is about to happen to him Messiah means that he'll be driven. He doesn't want to go Allah

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say you're going to come to me and you're going to be driven to me the angels are going to drag your soul and then force you to come back to me. Because yo maybe myself on that day you will be driven back to me for Allah subhanho wa taala. Now Allah gives the reasons why in so much pain, why so much terror? Why is he being tortured in this way? Allah said two things amazing. fell outside because he never

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He never affirmed and believe in the truth that masters came with. And then Allah said he never did one particular good deed and imagine all of the different types of deeds that Allah loves all of those virtuous actions that Allah

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Have Allah selected just one of them, and said, because he didn't do this one

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that either bore testimony that he didn't believe in me, or that it was because of the crime of not doing this one deed that I am doing all of this. This is a to two petitions, what is that one did

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some what else Allah, Allah saying he didn't believe in me. Thing I hated the most. They never used to print to me

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the status of press panela the process and said he been and

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he said in the authentic hadith, there is a common we have a covenant law

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that makes us different to them. What is that covenant of Salah Phelan Tanaka, whoever leaves you bound is whoever thinks I don't need to pray to Allah

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Kapha Diaz indeed, disbelieved in Allah subhanaw taala. This wound between

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what they said this is out of the out of beyond visa.

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He never prayed. And the fact that he never prayed actually points to the reason why he disbelieved or is the reason why he didn't believe me, he fell into disbelief because he refused to pray and Subhanallah that is something mentioned elsewhere in the Quran, that the people of Ghana are asked what led you here? What is the reason that they gave? Who knows is not a

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Celica computer What led you into something meaningful? What is the reason

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for love Narco minion? Muslimeen they never said we didn't pray. They said love Naka we will never even have those musante those people that used to pray You know, those guys used to go to the mosque all the time to figure out what do we pray for us pray what to do with us to pray. They said they this believers recognize that the worst thing that they did after disbelieving was refusing to pray that they never wanted to praise part of

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the lofty nature of Salah in this religion can never be over estimated never be over estimated. For now.

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We finish we'll finish Inshallah, because now it's time for them to pack along with the hands on stuff. Maybe another time we'll get to complete this