Thrown in a Well – Episode 10

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Thrown in a Well
(Tafseer Ibn Taymiyyah of Surah Yusuf)

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Episode 10 verses 30 -32
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Rahim al hamdu Lillah

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wa salatu salam O Allah sherfield mbi mursaleen Vienna Muhammad Anwar the UN he was actually here to Marian from about Somalia Kumar from LA he will go to my village president sisters. Welcome to the continuation of the series producer. This is less than 10 and in today's lesson shala will be going through verse number 3031 and 32 inshallah, let's begin with the recitation.

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Our will be like Amina Shay in banyuwangi Bismillah R Rahman Yoshi walk on a nice one to Phil Medina gym entourage easy to draw we do Fattah

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shaman hamdulillah Amina Surah Surah Maharaja Colombia mursaleen Nabina Muhammad Anwar

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union. Okay, so we've got to the part of the story now where the Aziz, he comes to find out that his wife is basically trying to cheat on him with his own slave use value system, when he finds out and how does he find out it's not just he works out himself, another character comes in the story, who alone refers to the charade. And this Shahid shows him that look, if you see shirt is torn from the back, which means that she was off to him. And if she was off to him, it means he's not to blame. She's the one at fault. After finding out such an incredible thing about his own wife, the only thing as you say is useful, added 100 use of keep quiet about this. We mentioned last time why he

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would say such a thing to us of it is that he's a politician, famous person. And as you know, the political class do they want to keep a scandal from breaking out so he said use of Alan herder and then he turns to his wife and all he says is, first of

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all, ask Allah to forgive you.

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Now, even though they try to suppress that scandal, from breaking out, that is exactly what happens. Okay, people find out zemmama Saudi Aramco says the next verse was called a nice word to Phil Medina, the women of the city find out and when they find out they start speaking about it, they start gossiping, what did they say? immortalizes. You want to say them?

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So far, there's been one main attempt made us use the usefulness of alacati level verbal, qualitative look, we'll cover this now. Now that after that happened, use of Islam, you know, told, as you say, it wasn't me. She's accusing me it wasn't me. It was her. And then the child comes and nakamise is brought and his innocence is made known to Aziz at the very least. That whole scenario of her trying to do with him was leaked out, though they tried to suppress it.

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Then what happens is ology law says a particular group of women now they're talking about it, and they gossiping. What do they say?

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analyzes

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Torah we do Fatah, the wife of Aziz of all people. She's actually trying it with our own fetter with our own young boy.

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What they mean by Fatah is their own slave. Yeah, so they gossiping about the speaking bad about and an FC. He wasn't he wasn't, he was rejecting it. He didn't fall for it. Okay, he wasn't complying. He was listening to it, he refused. So that's even more based on her. She tried it with an old slave. And the slave said, No, I'm not going to buy the shirt off hogben it's not that she just wanted to try to seduce him. It wasn't just lust, it was hope. It was actually love. She's in love with our own slave. And it's not as any type of love. But the shell of

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the ship shut off of the of the heart is said to be either the outer layer of the heart, the outer membrane that holds the whole heart together.

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Or it's supposed to refer to the very inner core of it, the inner core, the very center of the heart. So there is no other shelf of

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her love for him, has gone to every part of her heart.

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Talking about these things, she's crazy in love with him,

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called the shell of sugar in Nana Rafi Bala lima bean, and we see her to be a clearly misguided woman. Okay. So they really putting it down. Now let's look at the wording. Allah says Allah, this one was the usual word for women in Arabic. Nisa, this was different, right? This is what they refer to as a smaller plural. Okay? It's a smaller pool of meaning. Women, plural could be so many women, this what it refers to a small group of women. And notice that a larger law I didn't say that this one last caller is the masculine version of the verb to say. So how come a masculine verb is being used with a feminine word? Does that make sense? Well, there's two reasons why. One is that this one

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doesn't have a singular, it's a plural, which doesn't have a singular. And in that case, you can use a masculine verb when talking about that particular word. The second is by saying

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it indicates that they were just a small select group of women and where were they from? Not mister. They from El Medina. Almudena refers to the capital of the country. So what we're being told here is that they're not just ordinary women. They're from the rich and famous from her type of class, the political class, those type of women have found out about her, they know her, okay, and that's why they speaking so badly about her.

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Now, what they say is that she's misguided. What they say is that she's crazy in love and all the rest of it. But the next verse, okay, Allah Allah, Allah says, Filipinas send me ads be what

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be Macarena. Allah says that she comes to hear of not what they said, or the Rebbe of the Makka Makka refers to plotting. So I must say that she heard what they said but she understood what they said to be a plot.

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What that means is when these women are talking about her in public in the group, they know that she's going to find out

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okay, what they want her to find out. Why do they want her to find out?

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Anything? What do they want to find out?

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Yeah.

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Okay, well, you're gonna say something

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is

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very good. No, you haven't.

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They want her to find out so she's gonna say always come around, and I'll show you is you blaming me?

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Have a look at yourself, if you as if you'd be any different in my situation. So that's why I was Ella says that she heard the market. Now, before we go into that part, this verse to Allah says, colonists were to fill Medina immortalises they're all referred to by name, even though they know her name, right? They refer to as the lady of Allah Z's not just any ordinary lady. She's the wife of a well known, supposed to be respectable person, as she's doing this. Okay, and then her love for

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him, he'd been terrible national law says that this type of love, if a person has it for someone or something else, it's the type of love that makes that person hold that other thing, like a deity.

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And need a need is an equal. And if somebody has that type of love for somebody else, or someone else or some other thing, they actually loving that thing like they ought to love. Allah subhanho wa Taala. So the element of serious evil in this particular type of love. And that is why in Arabic panela, there are over 50 words that are synonyms to synonyms to love, you can use 50 different words if you're speaking about love, and each word has its own kind of connotation and slant. One of the words used to describe her love is as we went through this last time, right, loosely translated infatuation, even Josie rockmelon mentioned that Ash is an evil type of love. And it's a type of

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love that makes someone inclined to another in a very intense way such that if they think the more they think about that person, the more they love that person, the more they think about that person, the more they love, so the person spending the whole night thinking about them in the morning, they love them even more. Okay. And the other thing is said that leads to illness of the heart leads to illnesses of the heart. So that is the type of love that she has for him.

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Now, this verse, even open in Russia law said that Allah mentions afterwards that they actually plotting against her by saying these things, and then he says they are 10 signs in this verse alone, that they'd really trying to get her to invite them over. 10 Okay.

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So shall we try and work them out?

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He thinks we can work out all 10. Let's give it a go.

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The obvious ones are said already. That they refer to not by name. But as

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the lady of Aziz, right? So that's worse, isn't it? saying that she's the lady of Aziz is like saying, Come on, man. She doesn't think about her husband. Her husband is Aziz and she's doing that.

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That's one.

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What else?

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What else brothers?

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Come on. Let's 10 here. Go ahead.

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Okay, she's trying to get with who not just an ordinary man. A free a not a free man, a enslaved man. That's the second point that he's in slavery. The slave is not even a normal person. Secondly, Fatah ha, it's all slave. Now the word factor can be used for the whole arm of the husband, okay, the child of the husband. So this woman, she might be married to this man, but that's not her child. That can be referred to as the fetter. Now, that means that, okay, usable isms relationship to her is like, kind of like family, you know, like family. She's trying it with someone from her own household. That's worse. So, okay, so that's number one, that they refer to not by name, emulator as

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is number two. Who is usually Salamis a fetter is a slave. Number three, its own slave.

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Okay, let's keep going.

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She's misguided.

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Okay, very good. So that's another obvious one that they say in the na pubali movie and she's so misguided. Okay, that's for

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now, but this is just from the verse just from the earth.

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He rejected it. Okay, where can you find that this verse that he rejected? Is there

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very good. Okay. So they say that to raw we do further see that she's trying to seduce him, which means he's rejecting it. And that's worse right? But she could have tried it on someone and they they fell into that misdeed? No, she tried to stay with us they said no, I'm not gonna do all this was fine.

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Yes.

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Okay that she's crazy in love with who her own sleeve that's going to her when she finds that I was gonna leave or not

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feel about

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this going back to what the brother said about Toronto FC that she was seducing him. Notice how they she they use the present tense verb to speak about what she's doing as opposed to the past tense or our that. When you say the present tense, it has the meaning of doing it still now. She's trying to get with him even maybe right now is he speaking, she's probably dry day right now trying to seduce him. So that's something else that's Sixth Form over others for more.

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Very good accent very good. They're not just any women. They are basically her if you like, from her old class of people, as well as it's not just the layperson talking about you. It's those people that know your business, your contemporaries. They're from the political class and so So is she. And that's theme because Allah says, to call a nice word on Phil Medina, the seven

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they say that we see

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indicates that the wife's been trying to prove them wrong. Okay.

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We see. So we see that she's wanting to play.

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So they saying we see that she's the one to blame.

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So, I mean,

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the wives can be sort of inclined to prove them wrong. Okay, if she would have definitely when she has that they are saying that when we see.

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So what you're saying is that, as opposed to them doing things individually,

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isn't, as we say collectively, all of us say together. That woman is meant to

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all of them said about me. Oh, in indeed we na we see her football and woman. Very good. was on eight, eight. Okay. Two more.

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Anything else?

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Give up?

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No more.

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Yep.

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Now, we just said this. They're doing it collectively.

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gossiping. Now they're saying these things about her.

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Anything else?

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As the white book?

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Yeah, she's lowered herself. That's true. But any that? The only thing that she's loaded herself by saying we see as misguided. And she's the wife of Aziz. They already mentioned that. You know, she's not just any woman. She's the wife of Aziz. yesterday.

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It was all her fault. Not really No.

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Not really.

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Okay, let me go through them. Yeah. Number one, Abraham says they called her Lady of Aziz. And this is worse, as it exposes her as being the wife of someone. And so she is not just being indecent, but unfaithful.

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That's a separate one. She's the wife of Aziz. But first of all, even before we go to the being the wife of this person, she's a wife already. She's already married. She's not a, you know, a woman who's not married. She's a married lady, and she's trying to sanos then she's in murottal azeez. She's married to who? The Azizabad people. They see Toby differently. Number two, who is a husband we mentioned this as is. Number three. She is being indecent with a slave and not a free man. Number four Fattah on top of that it is an own slave. And that is like sleeping with someone from your own household. Number five, she tried to seduce him and not the other way around. Okay, that's the

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that's the 10th one that she is the one to do. All we do. Is not that he is valaria people are trying something decent with her She's full into it is the opposite around? Is the woman in this case trying it with the man. So in this way, okay. Does it look like a Marshmallow Show us 10 points that show that they are in fact plotting against the wife of Aziz, as opposed to just gossiping about that in terms of the lessons is two lessons we learned. The first is that we learned that love is of types. Okay, love is of different types. Some types are

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Any pure and sometimes not that pure, okay, the type of language that is spoken about here the skull is different as to whether it is permissible for someone to have for a larger law. Why? Because it's such an extreme form of love, that it can lead someone to do things which are not right. Okay, you can lead someone to do things which are not right. And in this case, you can see that her love for useless and I'm not making a do the right thing, which is, I don't know, maybe get divorced and then get married to use it

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is making a do the wrong thing. Okay, so this type of leverage, which is one of the highest forms, the most intense form of love is blameworthy type of love. Okay. second lesson we learn is the signs of a corrupt heart. This was mentioned by Ashman nofal.

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And what he said is, somebody may hear what these women are saying and say and think that they're putting her down, and they're calling her misguided. But that doesn't mean that those women are guided, does it? It doesn't mean that.

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And he's saying these two things here, first of all, some people, okay, they like to speak, they like to criticize another person, simply because they like taking advantage of the situation. You don't mean, I'll give you an example, is in a coffee system. Okay, she's driving, and she has an accident, she, you know, hits the back of somebody else who comes out of the car. Some big English girl, Bodie looks at someone from the EDL.

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He comes out of the car, and he goes, waiting. We don't want car. You're crazy. It starts making a big scene of everyone's looking What's going on? This is the same, there's not even a scratch on your car. Why are you making such a big deal out of it? Why?

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You just want taken advantage of situation on you,

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isn't it, there's another motive here. And you're using this opportunity to take advantage of that. And that's why you're overdoing it. Okay, and you find this partner, some people have this disease that they like to criticize.

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So these Wait, somebody makes a mistake, and then they jump on it

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as if they are being someone good giving advice. But really, if you look at it carefully, they actually just take advantage situation. Okay. So this is what happened over said he said there's two things here, firstly, that they are not guided themselves. And secondly, that they are criticizing, maybe not for good reason, either. Now, the second thing he said is the reason why they're not good themselves is because later on, they basically try and help the wife of Aziz to get us to dinner with her.

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So they know better than her. In fact, next verse, they see us for Islam, and what do they say that they go crazy over him as well. So he's saying that just because somebody speaks, you know, in a critical way by another person, it doesn't mean that that person himself is a good person. Okay.

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Now,

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okay, the brothers the question that if you criticize someone about doing something wrong, get to you sometimes do the wrong thing yourself? Does that make you a hypocrite? That's your question. Yeah. Yeah, in this case, so in general, you mean in general?

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There is a good question. And the answer is

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as follows a logical eyes is not put on that to the believers. limitar coluna. mala to falloon Why do you say that? Would you don't do to know if you read this person sort of soft?

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We met Hakuna Matata? Why do you say that what you don't do people misunderstand this verse to mean, if I don't do that good deed myself, I can't tell anyone else to do it. If I don't stay with friends hard on myself, I can never tell anybody else. Stay with friends how long

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now? So what is the correct understanding? The correct understanding is that if you yourself, for example, want to encourage another person to prepare more lean, or fast Monday and Thursday. But you yourself, you know you struggle with that anyway, so most of the time you don't do it?

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Can I do this? Or if I did tell him? Do I come on to the verse No. If you want to pray to emulate yourself, and you are trying to pray, though you're failing. You are not like that person who says which he doesn't do, meaning he doesn't have any inclination to do that thing himself. And then on top of that, he's telling somebody else gambling, he himself has no desire to predominate whatsoever. In that situation, you can't be doing that. You will be coming under the banner of

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Doing saying which you don't do. Okay which Allah says couple of mapathon Angela it is a gravely

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hated thing in the eyes of Allah

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yeah he would we're judging them right now we're talking about

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that you keep this question to the individual give discretion to them. Okay. Very clear on that point about the answer this Bob it's when exactly can I advise someone or tell someone don't lose her arm? And when can I not when you can't do that if you don't do it yourself and don't even designed to do personally or the realize person who takes drugs or

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interacts freely with the opposite gender and then see another brother or a girlfriend? That's wrong, you should be doing that.

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As well it Okay, fair enough. He exists but you yourself. Do you even try to stay away from that? If the answer is no, then you should be telling somebody else don't do this. Okay, next was fella semiotically. McCurry Hinata Salat la henault added to the Honda Motor girl that could lower the team in hoonah Sakina as panela really cunning lady really cunning Allah says for lama semiotically macrina when she hears of what they are saying, which she interprets straightaway to be a plot she uses that to plot against them herself.

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And the way she does that is out of salad Elena, she sends them an invitation a royal invitation to a banquet my costume of no one's gonna refuse the outside and they already expected anyway also that Elena will attend that alone that means to prepare very well for them this banquet at Luna

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and

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this means that she prepared for them a banquet motek which had luxury type of furnishings and sofas and cushions. And it also includes the food that she would put on displays so it's a full out party. Okay, so invite all of them come round mine and have a fantastic time a huge you know banquet is going to be rolled out you guys what? That could lower the demeanor Sakina now when they come into the house see this amazing you know, later banquet and she purposely puts this on food which they're going to need to cut with a knife.

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Well, that koolau shader and she gives every single one of them a knife. I can you imagine you set them all down? And she goes Oh, I forgot the nice. Bring the nice one for you. What will you let me see out what will you could lower okay Sakina so now she's given the knife. Everything's in everything's in place now. Okay, she's standing the one last thing to do call it Oh god. Okay. Use Ah, I forgot the drinks.

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Can you come in for a second please? Oh, so they just about to grab some food knife in their hand and use it Islam walks in. Now suparna use what is the process of spoke about his beauty and that is sort of what frozen went on that night journey in session a Muslim on the third sky he saw use valleys and he said that Allah rather he said that he has been given shuttle.

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Half of beaut half or shuttle can also mean that if you were to divide beauty into two, one part of it could be given to us citizen and by himself. He was that attractive? He was that handsome. Okay, so when he walks in for them in a cabana, who was the owner Hakuna Harsha de la. They feel something.

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They do something and they say something. What do they feel? Allah says look at how they felt. A cabana when they saw him a cabana said he said this means that they felt in awe of him. They were like oh my god OMG

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with the screen faces Oh. Oh my god. A kebab? No. They were feeling like oh my god. Okay. And they

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I was so occupied with how amazing he looks

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at that they ended up cutting through that fruit to wherever it was right into their own flesh. And it's not just a paper cut, but Barna means a real deep that they cut themselves in a very real way. And then after cutting themselves they still thinking about him they say cola harsh Allah, harshly loving Subhana Allah.

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Okay, but the thing The thing is, he sees something that you're not supposed to see, you know this.

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This is the formula.

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So everything's looking at useful Islam entertainment really explains he says there are things to Panama.

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Okay, I have it here. The in that day amazed at how they own desire for him has baffled them. They're not just saying he's amazing. They are saying I can't believe how crazy I am for him right now. It's after seeing him so hard, that

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so often even cutting themselves, they still in awe of him, and they haven't even realized them. So they say hash.

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Then they say more mahadasha they say is not a human being in other pillar melachim Karim and then they say

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they said Ma, which means no negate. But they don't say ma, ma, ma.

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They say in other in as more emphasis. So they already said he's not a human being.

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And then they say absolutely nothing except a, a noble Angel. So they described him as an angel. Why because an angel, in terms of his impaired appearance is the most majestic right is the most outstanding in terms of appearance, as opposed to shape one and the jinn which are the worst in appearance. So they described him by saying he can't be a man.

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Why because we haven't seen any man that looks like him before. He must be an angel here and they're just praising basically his his amazing looks.

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Now there's one linguistic point here

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the word at that allegedly could have said that a larger law didn't say that he said that Why? This one, this one

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point of benefit here, which is based on the pronunciation that just the way it sounds is so much more pleasing, so much more beneficial. Okay, what they mean by that is if you read the whole part of that verse, you notice that they are already two words us that have three syllables in the filamentous me

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be mercury in our sir let's delay in then we're at that the Honda Motor goes panela very subtle point. But when it's recited you know you've the rhythm you know comes alive in that way. Had it been add that it would have been like

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didn't flow. Yeah, it's amazing how these two points were picked up by scholars by recite it now. For them semiotics be McCurry hin album salad, LA.

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Then

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do you see the the sound that is coming through the and that's why they said perhaps a larger loss and add to that instead of that.

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Okay.

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Now, she has them exactly where she wants them. Okay, her plan

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basically has come into fruition. So she's sitting there looking at everything that has happened and she's like, yep,

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I knew. So she says call it further early, couldn't let the Luton nanny fee. She says she says that early couldn't be meaning they're Lika him there.

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Couldn't that's him right there. Yes. You see him now. That's what I was busy. That's what was making me the way I am. But there you have it, ladies for daddy Khun Ella de Luna. That's the person that you're blaming me in, in being in love with meaning. You've seen him just a one second. And that's your reaction. I'll go live with the

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I'm living with him. And so what do you have to say now ladies? So basically, she's managed to get control of the situation again, she's now in charge. Those ladies she's put

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them in their place. And now she's in charge.

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Now she says a statement, which seems like she's being remorseful, she's a bit sad or guilty. And I shouldn't have done that. In fact, it's the opposite. She says well above the law, what to who are the first steps on?

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Indeed, I tried to seduce him. First out some, but he, he refused. First there are some, okay can mean that he tried to get away from me. Okay, or he's trying to get away from me. However, there's another meaning. Okay, which is that? It's mobile Nova. It means he was so

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passionate about

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rejecting me in every single way, and getting away from me in every single way. And Monica, instead allegedly, allegedly said, Yeah, tell some errors. That means that someone tries to preserve and protect themselves. You know, this 1000 means they were doing a brilliant job. So what are you trying to say them?

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You might think, Oh, she was saying that, you know, I'm to blame here on beauty. She's not actually saying that. Even say mahalo, say she's saying the opposite. Which is that you guys are reacting like this by just seeing him. However, his inward beauty is even more superior than the outward beauty. So Pamela, and how does he derive this just from that word is 1000 because that word displays his character, his dignity, his self respect, you know, and his bravery. It does, isn't it? If he's rejecting you? It means that his inward character is amazing. So she's saying that you just seen him? I don't know where he's like inside as well as outside. Okay. Now she makes a threat. When

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a lamb Yeah, foul.

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Use gentlemen. Well, I akuna Minal slavery. If he does not do what I ordered him, he will be put in prison

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and brought low and brought No. So she wants to make a threat now. And the thing is, she's in front of all those women, she don't care. She's making a threat outright in public in front of all those women. Why? Because she's in control of the situation. So she says either, he's going to be put in prison. If he doesn't do what I asked him, meaning I'm going to try again and again, and again. And if you refuse, you're going to put in prison, she makes a threat. And then she adds something else, whether you come in assaulted him, and you become humiliated. But the thing is, the way she said I'm going to put you in prison was with an added emphasis. If you look at the word, la use Gen Nana, you

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see that there is a three Nunes that la use. None now.

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But then when she says about humiliating him, she says, Well, I akuna Polly akuna, not what I call Nana.

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So which means that she's pretty much sure that she can get imprisoned, but she's not really confident that she can get him humiliated. Now, why does she want to humiliate him? Well, because she's been humiliated herself by him.

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Yeah, so she said, I'm gonna try. I'm gonna get you back. Just like you got him back. Well, I'm not quite sure what I can really do that. You know, that's why the extra emphasis is given them. Which means Pamela even she knows he's such an honorable person. And he I already tried it with him and he should came to the rescue. Okay, I'm gonna try on him again. I don't know whether I'll be able to humiliate him because this person is special. He's protected. But at least I know I can put him in prison. Okay.

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Now some points of benefits of the squat. As mentioned the first point mentioned by MacLean.

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He said when she heard that they said that she came what they saw when she heard what they said. She came up with an even more cunning plan. They may have hurt her pride with words, but she made them hurt their own cells physically. Okay. very cunning woman. Number two mentioned by the FBI. He said notice how useful Islam was still a bead into her requests, so long as they weren't contravening the commands of Allah. What is Bitcoin speaking about here? What point is making a

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noise is the wife versus the

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bad cat, okay.

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Yes, so, the lady she says to him coming, she orders him. The car Miss, do you know the way you've been treated?

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Me, Minister, and he got to say, he listened and debate. He's a slave. And that's his master. So the car is saying that he remained obedient to her in everything that didn't go against the disobedience of a law, anything that went against the disobedience of a law, no matter how much pressure he puts on me, I'm not going to do it. Okay. Third point, I think I mentioned this, which is about the word

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that is not just seeking to protect yourself from evil, but it is mobile of a more intense form. And this shows the majority of use of Redis.

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Which is, which was noticeable, even to evil people.

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See, what the white vase is saying is that first awesome, he refused. And he's not just refusing, he's doing such a good job of refusing me. That, in turn points towards his struggling and striving, but his soul, you know, passionate about staying away from home, he's so good at, you know, is really struggling. And that struggle that he was going through was evident to even corrupt people, they could see that this man is a good, genuine person, and he's ready to struggle for Allah. For Allah sake. Number four, Avaya mentioned his point, the fact that all this was allowed to happen under the nose of Aziz, after he came to know of her dubious ways, and attempt to seduce his slave

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tells us a lot about Aziz fairpoint on

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she was able to do all of this right under his nose in his own house after being caught out. Which means that doesn't look good. And Aziz, and we mentioned this last time, he should have at least separated them or ensured that something like that will never again, there's something like that, and even worse is happening again.

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So she was even able to threaten us with imprisonment, knowing that she would have to get her own husband to imprison him.

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And that's true, you know, she actually does order for his imprisonment machine who's going to imprison him. We're gonna be husband, the husband is ready to do everything that the wife is saying.

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doesn't look good and doesn't look good on his part. Okay, some key lessons now. Number one lesson is love blinds and numbs you. Unquote. We mentioned this numbs you is seen by the fact that those ladies got put an ad on, they cut their own hands, and they never even felt it. How come so because sometimes love can make you numb to pain, you don't see the hurt that is being caused to yourself physically, psychologically to those around you. And that's very true. Many people in her own relationships, and he they are destroying the absolute number one. Secondly, they're destroying the home life and maybe even their friends and all the rest of it, but they can't see it because they

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crazy in love with this sister or vice versa. And the another's

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brother is go to university together. And, and he he will close we're very close in the first year of university. By the second year, he got involved with a sister who was a shear, she wasn't just any shear, her father and the family in general were like the amount of shear. Okay, so they hoard who shear

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he fell in love. We try to advise we tried to you know, help but it wasn't happening two years, three years by the end of uni, this still together and so many ups and downs and by this time, he's lost all his friends, because his friends are advising him don't do this, this is wrong, then they see him get hurt and all the rest of it. They give up. So in the process of that relationship.

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Number one, he did haraam before lunch Ilan mela forgiven.

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Number two, he lost all his friends. Number three, she was giving him down.

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She was filling his mind with any so many heretical things from the sheer doctrine. So he's being hurt in so many ways. But he didn't see it in episode until it came to a point where I think that they went their separate ways and ended the person is devastate, the person is devastate. So that suffering that he was going through at that time, he never felt it. Why because of the love that you had for that for that lady. Okay for that person.

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The other thing is that love blinds. And above we mentioned that this verse shows us that love blinds because they said Maha Bashar is not a human being. Even though he was a human being. He said in this

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Insha Allah, Malecon caring, they said he's an angel and he wasn't an angel. Okay, so he's saying that this verse shows us that love the blind as well as numbers you. Okay, point number two. Lesson number two, whoever honors allows writes, Allah will honor him to. And soprano law. This is so true when we look at useless stuff. He was doing his utmost to honor the command of a lot to stay away from Xena law.

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Yeah, he was doing his utmost. And so in turn, Allah honored him in so many ways. I mean, all he had to do was himself say to azeez here are this neon FC. She was the one trying with me. That's all. After that his amiss comes along and proves his innocence. Yeah, he's come, he's not him. He's coming by someone else who's from her side of the family.

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Now here, the wife herself admits it, isn't it? She admits that I tried it on him but he refused. So now his innocence has become known even to the other people as well. So Allah is taking upon himself to honor us with Islam. Why? Because useful Islam was doing his utmost to honor the commands of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Number three, Allah only saves a person from sin, who is trying to save himself from amazing point mentioned by Rahim Allah, that the fact is that why Allah Jalla came to his aid. Because usually Islam was trying himself first, to stay away from the sin. Allah saw him trying to stay away from the sin, therefore Allah helped him and now the reverse is also true, which is scary person, and you may not have the opportunity to do some harm.

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However, he desires I wish I could do this

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person wishes that they could do this around but because of family or because of society or whatever, because of the low is unable to do that Haram. Allah Allah, Allah will treat him based on his desire, this person wants to do evil, then evil will come his way. You know, and this is known as headman deprivation, a lot deprives a person of goodness because that person doesn't want it themselves in the first place.

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And the opposite a person once good, maybe you'll never be able to attain that good alone, bring that good to him. Why? Because he wanted it in the first place. And the more you want, the more Allah gifts. The more you want, the more Allah gives you, you know, it's just about how much you desire, sometimes a person he does things half heartedly, Salah, for example, how many of us would

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so easy without soda? We treated half our dear friend Jamal, I'll try to you try, meaning give it a shot, you know, half half, half half effort means you will get half half two feet from Allah.

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You come to Allah with your feet, dragging Allah in turn, to bring hi to you in a very simple reduced way to based on your own desire. And partner this happens in life you reflect over yourself, when you desire something truly good yourself and you are willing to do whatever it takes. That thing comes to you easy.

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And sometimes you try to do something good. And on the apparent you did everything you're supposed to, but you never managed to capture that height. Why?

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Allah prevented you. Allah prevented you because he saw that you never really wanted it in the first place. But then for example, this that's okay, today we're coming here. I was coming in and it was it was pelting down, really any rainy

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day. So she thought comes to all of us. A person wants to come to the dose and study for LASIK. But how strong is his desire?

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Well, it's 5050 the rain came and as colossal is too difficult now to come in as raining outside. Yeah. Is it really the rain? Or is it just your half hearted intention in the first place? You know, another brother, he came and you never came? This person got the good. This person never got the good ultimately that's the bottom line. Why were you deprived? You have to reflect over that why was I deprived from being this good person wants to study Arabic and one year he says I want to serve a second year comes in. Third year comes I never managed to do this or that how comes that you need to think about it.

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You had time opportunity, how comes that it never came to you? Is it because you really didn't desire that much? may well be the case. And that's a scary thought. But that is the way Allah treats us based as the person who said in law

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of deserving khumba

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Well, I can Yoruba guru, because the person said he had the same doesn't look towards your outward appearances or to your phones, but he looks towards what

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your hearts, your heart, Allah sees your heart, he sees my heart and based on that loan treatise, you know, based on the heart.

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So my hope is to have sincere, strong intentions to do good, and also to help us to really desire not to do evil, and to stay away from it, whatever the cost. Okay, the last lesson here is one of the unintended consequences of sinning is humiliation in the dunya, as mentioned by nofal, that he's saying that sometimes a person does sin.

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And the result of that sin is not just Islam is not just a, you know, a bad deed to your account. It is not just that many other things happen as well. Many other things are triggered by that sin. One of them is humiliation. You become humiliated in the eyes of people outside.

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Look at shape one.

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Allah Allah said to him, You honored living here, and he named me the company of angels.

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And now you now you are showing arrogancy what is Allah Allah didn't say that you are refusing to do to do which is the act. What did Allah say that you are showing?

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arrogance, where's arrogance? In the heart, Elijah said that it is not befitting Antartica, raffia, for Horridge for innaka. In the communists saw the green leave here, indeed you all from the humiliated, once upon, became humiliated in the eyes of Allah, because of showing arrogance to him. And as a consequence, any of that sin is humiliated in the eyes of every sensible person. Yeah, same thing with Iran. He was so great from a worldly perspective, but how was his end, drowned

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and drowned the sea parted and drowned him and his army, all the prestige he had everything drowned, you know, total humiliation.

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So this is another very interesting point that was mentioned.

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And brings us to the end of this thoughts. subhanak alone have the Shinola in Atlanta stuck to Willig.