Thrown in a Well – Episode 09

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

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Episode 9 verses 25 -29
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salat wa salam wa mursaleen

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he was actually here as mine some of our Somali commercial law he Baraka two

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sisters, and welcome district continuation of the use of La sera focusing on the defeat of Ibn taymiyyah Rahim Allah verse. This is lesson number nine now and we'll be covering today verses number 2728 29.

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Now up to 29 will stop inshallah today. So let's begin by reciting this portion

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of the bill humean ashamed banyuwangi Bismillah R Rahman eurosai. Was

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that Kwame Islam?

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Do Budi

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say

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all and

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woman via

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email a use

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Li in Ghana for me so damning

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Cana Kwame. Oh god dammit

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whoa.

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Whoa boring call in homing Kayden. Can

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the MENA Hall

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Haman hamdulillah salat wa salam ala COVID mursaleen Nabina Muhammad in WA.

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Okay, this is the that scene, you know, in the life of usefulness where he's been trying to be seduced by that very crazy lady. Now, we spoke about this last week was it began last week, and this is a continuation, but just to put it into context, you know, just to try and bring it home what's happening here. And the story begins on August 1 is what I'm Bella should the hope that when you reach a certain age, and that age is basically when he's reached full manhood. At that point, Allah placed him in this big trial trial of temptation. So he's already an age where you know, temptation is going to be the most difficult in terms of his lifespan. So that's kind of like the age you know

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mean you go college or uni, that you so imagine yourself at that time now maybe you are that time. And it's not that you're having problems, you know, taking your eyes away from the opposite gender, but this is actually a girl out there. Who's off the list no random person this girl is that type of girl that everyone goes off to

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disease she's from the rich and famous like a celebrity that type of girl is after you I mean that's already gonna be so problematic. But let me add to the whole scenario that even though you're going to uni, slavery still around So the fact is that the goes off do you actually a slave girl anyway, it's gonna make things even worse. Now Sheila only says flirtatious things to you. hater look, every time you go past his hater look.

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She only traps you inside of your dorm. You know, you live out, okay? You don't live with mom and dad anymore. You moved away. Now you live on campus.

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No one's there. She comes into your dorm she runs away and she locks the door of Allah potty lover. Okay. And now you're trapped. And she's not even speaking to you now flirtatiously. She's makes a move on you.

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Wow. Serious. And you know what I was thinking about this. My one of my tuition teachers came to mind. I remember when I was his tuition in maths, I think this is

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GCSE. He was such a shy, reserved

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person, Muslim.

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The so he came because, you know, when I was at uni,

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you know, to uni, I was giving out the first year. And what happened is the first day I got to campus and

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got my luggage in the room, and I was getting ready, putting, putting everything away, the door was slightly ajar, my door slightly open. And this blonde haired girl, she paid into my room. And I got shy and I just looked over here for what's going on here. And then she pushed the door open. And she popped her head inside and she goes on. What do you come to my apartment, you know, you can help me unpack it Oh, is what was going on here. He was so shy, and push the door closed on a face. So any that type of scenario is really difficult, you know, purpose to control themselves. And now for us with Islam is far more difficult than that scenario. He's a slave to this woman. Okay, and he's

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inside her castle. There's no way he can go. However, when she tries to make a move on him, this is what happens. What's the call of God that means a woman.

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They both now race to above the dual. ac just before law told us this. He also told us I don't think useful Islam somehow wasn't tempted by that lady. While aka hametz be wahama be her. So there was some struggle there for us for this. In his heart. He was tempted. However, he overcame the temptation inwardly first with his heart by fearing Allah and then he acted with his limbs. What did he do was

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that they both race to the dual. Now it's clear why useful is not race the door is trying to reach the door to get out. Right? Why she racing to the door?

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to stop him from getting out. So they both westerberg or both racing. interesting how Allah first said that they had two different types of hum. She had her home. He had his home. Now Allah says they both ran in one verb was not saying he ran and then she ran. Do you see what's interesting though, is they're running for completely different reasons was called Bob. Yeah. And in the process. God that's coming. So she does PUD of his police odd is to make a tear, a slit along slit in the back. Yeah, Allah says mean double from the back. So now she said, what he believes to have happened from the idea here is that you say something about to make a run for eat cheese goes up to

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him and she tries to touch him or something. And he turns around, he's about to run as soon as he's about to run. She grabs him. You know, he doesn't stop he carries on running. So as he carries on running, she makes a tea in the back of his shirt. Most probably unknowingly. Now Allah said the hall lapatinib, she locked all of the doors. And it was like a reference to a big house like a castle inside a massive castle, most probably in an inner room somewhere that usually you can imagine is trying to run away from her. He's opening one after another door, another door to try and get out of that costume. He's making a frantic run for it. Yeah, it's the bug in our shoe says

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signifies struggle

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competing with somebody else and struggling at the same time. So Allah is saying, Look, he's struggling, and she is struggling as well. She's trying to struggle in order to get to the door first. If I get through first, I can stop him was the callback. That will mean Dubois alpha, very interesting word. And feha translated as they both find, but the word for the find is whatever, right? So Allah doesn't say, Well, what do you say EDA? Allah says alpha. Okay, and this word, infer means to find, without even trying means to find, unknowingly by surprise, so I think they both run for the door was unfair.

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And what happens

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out of nowhere, uses a man just open the door and who do you notice on the other side,

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the seed as ease is there, right there. And Allah refers to as ease is not say either who his master, Allah says what?

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Say either her her master,

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if anything, it should be used as Master, right? Or the very least, you know, say the both of the masters. Bala says who's master her master, that's where they find where leather, right at the bar right at the door, this is the last door in the car. So that leads to the exit. there he's trying to come inside. Coincidentally, he's come back home at that particular time and use it. So just go to the door, open the and he sees as is. Now the thing is both of them actually there. She's right behind him. And so they both see Aziz. However Allah gelada said, in actuality, what I want you to focus on is that the person that they found was her master.

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Why? Why didn't he know what to say? And they found say either her her master. Now, of course Master said, you know, as many said, historically speaking, that's what the Egyptians would call the husband. With regard to the wife. He is the same. I mean, he's the husband. However, that still doesn't answer the question, which is Allah say Luke is actually her saying it that I want you to think that they found as opposed to his monster. So why why do I say they surprisingly, you know, unknowingly, they end up seeing Aziz. And in that case, what really matters is that he was her master.

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What do you think that is?

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Okay, so you're saying that the focus here is the guilty person?

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Here? so useful assumptions as easy? is he thinking oh, no, he says, he switches off, thank God. He says, oh, say it's

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a disease. Yeah. But she knows disease. So in that situation, she's the one who is, you know, caught off guard, she's the one who's caught guilty. So in that case, you know, out of the two, who is looking at the Aziz as the master more, she's caught red handed by my own master saying, okay, say the letter at the door. The other thing is that I think Razi mentioned this that

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usually some, you know, by this time, you know, as he loves him so much, he's not even a slave anymore. He's just so close, you know, doesn't seem like a slave when the first time he came to the house, he said, a clean look after him. Give him a fantastic, you know, place of residence here with us. So by now, he's so close to us. He's not even like asleep. Okay. Well, it's interesting that you call that the who speaks first.

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Who speaks first? The ladies fix first?

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If anything, who does as easy first, as these are the woman

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sorry, this is user first, right? He sees you suffer. So

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he's already thinking Hang on a minute, who's chasing after who here?

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So she cuts in straightaway. And look how much it is pilot mergers? Or are they big league? So she doesn't say he's trying to rape me.

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Just say that when she say all that merges.

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What is the just desire here is what's the punishment?

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punishment? Oh, so you already assuming that you realize that he's the guilty one here. Not me. Is your cutting. She's being she'll say he's trying on me. She says what's the punishment? Forget about all of that is already a you know, a fact that he is trying it on me. He's trying to rape me. So she called it merges. Oh, man. Lika

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what should be the punishment for the one who desires not evil for me? She says for your family. She's trying it on your family.

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How would you have to say about that as he's? What are you gonna do about that?

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And then she even doesn't even stop there. She carries on. He says in a us dinner. Oh, other binaries. I mean, you know, I'm just gonna suggest something. It's up to you to know. I'm thinking prison or other early too.

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lashing out, and I'm just putting out there, this is up to you, you know, as your call. So she's going straight in for the cue, not even going to accuse him, I'm going to say you should be punishing him now.

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And even in there, there's a few lessons number one is that she knows that Aziz has a soft spot for use for Islam. And because of that, he might overlook your Okay, that's the first thing. The second thing is, what's the first punishment that she should see? she suggests is it too? You know, painfully punishing. Oh, is it to imprison him?

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is in prison, right? So why did you go for the lesser of the two first

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she loves him. You know, it's crazy, love, twisted. Love that. But the fact is, you still got strong feelings for him. So she doesn't want to see him, you know, be tortured. She doesn't want to she doesn't want that to happen to you. But at the same time, she wants him to be punished. You know why? sending a message that don't you don't try on you again. All right. And you better not do anything at that time. So she wants to send you a message that don't mess with me. Okay.

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So come to my request. Next time I do that, use Jenna is a verb, it's a present tense, passive verb. As for other elohim, that's a noun. So the difference between a verb and noun is that a verb is to do with a particular time caged by time, noun is located about time. So other elements you say, you know, punish him, whatever way

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and this way or that way, this way, but to say imprison him in a verb is actually means for a little while, put him in prison.

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Just for a little while, use Jana could be even for a day, or Rosie said, Yeah, so she's saying, I just wanted to have a little bit of punishment. And what's our punishment, it's not gonna feel anything is going to be in prison for a day or so you know, that one. So the first one that she comes out with is the one that she really wants us to take off. Okay? And that's because she loves him. Okay, that's because she loves him. So that's why she says that first. On let's Madison, this merge is, the man here could either be used as a question like matches or what do you think is the punishment? Should it be there? So these are these Oh, matches? Is is to say, What did I say? I

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forgot.

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masala.

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Please continue.

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Okay, so what's the lesson that we learned him?

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One of the key lessons that we learn here is number one, the obligation to free from temptation that you have to see the racing of useless and the lady in a symbolic way. He was running to the door, but symbolically what was he running away from? He's running away from from temptation, Xena, physically was running away from it. And she was physically running to it.

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And the fact that you sort of ran away from the temptation shows us that there is an obligation there, that when a person is faced with those kind of temptations, they shouldn't say, you know what, I can handle it or it's not that bad, or it's okay. He should say, you know what, I need to get away as far as possible from this, you know, and the fact is that useless.

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He knew that all the doors are locked. I'm gonna do when I get to the door is locked anyway. You know, sooner they were locked and the way she locked up, Atilla? Well, she's not all of them properly. Is it any worth be running to the door?

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The Why does he still run to the door, he still runs to the door because he knows Allah wants us to do the maximum. And that's the second lesson. Allah wants to see us do the maximum even if the maximum is just this much. The most useful Islam could have done is run away, even to a lock door from here to there. He didn't say you know, what, what's that gonna do? He said, Allah wants me to do the maximum even if it's just there. Let me do that maximum. You know, so many times we have difficult situations. And somebody says, if you can be doing uni, go talk to sisters, brothers and all the rest of it. You can't do nothing and then they let their guard down. And whatever happens

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happens it's all casual. Why? Because they say you can only do so much

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that you so why don't you do that much. Yeah, okay, that's true. Let me do them. Excellent. When somebody does the maximum than a lie helps that person when someone says hello is was the point

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What's gonna happen anyway? If I, if I see over here I see over the

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no do the maximum you can do and leave them to Allah, once ally see you've done the maximum, Allah will take care of just like here he ran to a lock door and what do you know who's on the other side? The one person who would end everything then there? Yeah, are these who made that happen I

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would use for this and I'm doing it and the maximum which is this to run to the door and try and open it. Okay, this third one is quite an interesting one, you see a module All I said was about all that they both raised to the door.

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So if somebody was seeing these to run to the door,

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and they never do anything else, they think that they both branch the door for the same reason one wants to get there before the other one.

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The actions are exactly the same. However, they Nia is totally different panela true or not, that they intentions are completely different. However, the action may be exactly the same. And it teaches us the importance of having the right intention. Sometimes the person may be doing things which, you know, others can't tell his intention. But Allah knows his intention and his judging him based on his intention. You know, as the person said, in the world, Armenians when America liberty in Manoa indeed actions are according to one interpretation judged upon the intention, and every man will get what he intended. No

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light color here our that's neon FC. So as easy standing out the door, it's just been given all this information. Bang, there are what do you know what's happened? He's trying on me. You need to punish him. What are you going to do about prison? You're gonna torture him we're going to do and then use for Islam speaks to you see, he never said something first. He said, after she's accusing him of all this stuff, then he speaks up. Okay. And there's a little lesson that we're going to come to. So what did he say? Paula? Here? Oh, that's neon FC. He says she, she was the one who tried to seduce me. Notice how, you know, the wife of Aziz. She didn't say he tried to seduce me. What did she say?

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She said some, you know, random stuff. You never said the actual thing. But this is now said exactly what was happening. And it shows you who's guilty. So it's another indication. So what did he say? He said he or she is the one who tried to do try to get my mother to change to her irata Here are our debts.

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And then as was shahida share, he domina Leah now Allah gelada speaks about what happens next. So users made his case. He just says point blank? No, she's the one who tried it on me. Now, a third person or four first of all that comes into the scene. Who is this person? Many, many views. Let us just see what this is, is what shahida he don't mean earlier that Asia hit a person, a man who Allah refers to as the witness or a witness. He comes in, and Allah says the only thing you need to know about this man is not his name. his age, however, that he was from leha he was from her side of the family. Why does that make a big difference? Is that saying hey, look, the first who's gonna come to

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decide what's going on? He's from her site. If anything, he's gonna be bias towards her not against however, that person what does he do? He says Inc an upcoming super damning Oberlin fellow sadaqat wahoo amiral cara de bien. Now he starts to basically propose how to investigate the matter. Okay. He says if he should his tone in front, she speaks the truth. And he is. He has clearly told a shameless lie. However, here Who is this? Because there's many opinions here. You know, the famous opinion is two famous opinions. One is that this is a child in a in a court and the child speaks up. Oh, I know what's going on here.

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If you check out his gummies. That's one view by this one.

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Another view is that this is basically

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Somebody who works for Aziz. Okay? Or is someone from his family and he's a very sharp person in terms of being able to make judgment.

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And to be honest, this seems to be the best view. Why? because of two reasons. Firstly, this process of finding out what the judgment is a lot of praises this process that he comes up with later on by saying it's from the IRS that they saw from the IRS and one of the signs that they saw was this amines being torn from the back and being told that it is in fact pointing towards her, tearing it and him being truthful. So number one are not praised that process, okay, which points to the fact this person is a person of good judgment, we can learn something from him. And secondly, useful Islam later will be thrown into prison. When he turned to prison. He is told by the king look, you

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can come out now he says I want to come out until you can ask the women what happened. Okay, now here.

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The showerhead. Okay, if it was a baby, useful as somebody said, gone us Baby. Baby doesn't lie. True, not.

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The baby is far more greater evidence. If it spoke, then asking the women what they did to confess true not a person confesses are cleared. What if a baby spoke is far greater evidence, right? It doesn't say that. He says, Ask this one.

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What happened? So that's the second piece of evidence that perhaps this isn't really a strong view to say that it was a baby in a chamber. Okay, so this shine comes and he's from her side and a modulo. Allah says that he proposes that look, let's look at the shirt. If it is torn,

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okay in Ghana, to put them in Oberlin facade, abattoir middle kV shirt is torn from the front. Then she's speaking the truth and he is telling a lie. We're in Canada, to put them in w for Canada, but we're in a solid routine and if he shared his tone at the back, that she has lied, and he has clearly told her the truth. Now him now she says that, it seemed as though this Shaheed he thought that she was in the right. Okay. And through the process of investigating, it just so happens that the conclusion that they reached based on the idea that it comes out with actually pointing to the opposite, which is the use of Islam is in the right.

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Why does he say this? Well, because he says if he was on her side, as Allah Jelani said, then why would he, you know, come to a conclusion that was against her.

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Most probably what happened is that our knowingly comes up with a way to show who is in the right and that way, ends up leading to another answer, which is that she's in the wrong

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hole on a Razzie. We'll, we'll take another activity. He says, besides the police being told from the back.

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There is many other evidences to show that useable Islam was in the right. And I'm going to ask you to try and, you know, identify those in a minute. This verse here, Allah, Allah, Allah says that this shine, he comes in, he says, okay, so I will turn from the back, then it means that he's truthful. How does it mean that he's truthful? Well, because the idea is that if he's going to go after her, then she's going to try and, you know, push him away. And if he pushes him away, she's going to teach from where the front, right? But if he she's going off to him, and he's running away that she's going to try and pull his shirt and she pulls his shirt, then it's going to be torn from

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the back. Okay, this is quite clever, right? It's quite clever way of saying well, this means this and this means this player,

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okay. That is why even playing Rahim Allah mentions that this process of deducing the ruling by bringing the evidence is something that Allah praised for Allah in verse number 35 says so medalla embed the Mao de la Yes, Julian who had him the original says that after they had all seen from the designs, so what happens after this is useless is you know,

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is made a victim of again they try on him again. Now she gets the rest of her friends to try and persuade him and pressure him into doing Zina with her earlier Bella. So when it comes

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to that stage, she goes, you know, what are the go to prison? Before the he goes to prison? They actually, Allah says that they knew all the evidences. Yeah, they knew that they saw the evidences, but they still put them in prison. So what did Allah say he said they saw the

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Emerald games is one of the iron they saw was this one that the Shah had highlighted, which shows that Allah was pleased with the state of this child with the reasoning that this man brought in order to deduce the token, the ruling. From that we know we learned that, allegedly, Allah wants us to establish the evidence before declaring a before declaring a ruling.

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Okay, next verse. Why in Canada copies who put them in who came

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in? Okay, so the pin rather. So here, as you mentioned, Rosie said that besides the shirt being torn from the back, there are other evidences which show that use with Islam was in the right and he she was in the wrong. What other evidence is, do you think he was referring to?

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Okay. rcbos in the corner, what do you think? What are the indications or evidences are they clearly show that useful Islam? You know, he was the one being, you know, was he was the victim rather. And she was the one that was trying on him. Well, besides the ship, what else do you think?

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Okay, so Rosie mentioned this one point. Okay. That is the way that he responds here. Oh, that's neon FC. Number one being second. So he doesn't jump in to say it. He waits. And secondly, the way he says it is very clear. She tried it on me, as opposed to the way she said it, which was quite ambiguous. What do you mean, what's going on here? You're just talking about the punishment and what happened exactly. In that is a guilty conscience being shown. Okay, that's very good.

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Let me go to someone else. Yeah. Okay. But yeah, but as he is, Does he really see all of those doors locked, though? A minute later on. So I'm going to go get changed now.

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To look at what's going on? Maybe you could say,

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something more obvious than that, though.

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Okay, let's ask the two boys there. What do you think? Kind of get what you're saying?

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She didn't go on shaadi.com.

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So we've already learned that this is probably the marriage that he's unable to satisfy his wife. So she's obviously going to use for this and for that reason.

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But how does that show that you know, he was innocent? And she was the one chasing after him?

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Okay, let's go with this kind of love of the brother saying, which is basically that he is this lame. What a slave even dare to do as a master? Come on. What is a slave trying to rape the master anyway? Is that really going to happen? It's unlikely. It's unlikely. So this is another thing. So number one, okay. She's not being claimed her accusation mentioned already, as opposed to him being very clear. Number two, a slave doesn't have the nerve to do this to the master. And number three, mentioned first to the door first at the door. Okay. Number four, is he's been living there for a long time, his character is known to Aziz is knows that he isn't going to introduce something like

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this. Okay, he's living here for how long now?

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It's very unlikely he would have done something like that. So as long as he brings up the series, say, look, this shows us that besides this shirt being torn from the back, there are so many other signs that shows that he is innocent. Okay. Now, the thing is, the fact that you said it's not doesn't speak first, he speaks second teaches us something, which is that if a if you have any,

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you can expose someone for doing something wrong. You got the opportunity. However, what is better? Is it better that you try and advise that person privately? or to even maybe ignore it? Or is it better to go in and expose that person?

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It depends. However, if that person publicly tries to dishonor you, then you should speak up and you should not be quiet and try to deal with it privately. Do you understand this point? You said some could have easily

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As soon as he said at the door, his master Ozzy's cheating on me. He doesn't he keeps quiet. He see what she gonna say she could have said something like, Oh, yes. You know, we can't do this racing game anymore. I'm tired of it.

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She could have said

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she's coming though she went for the kill.

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They so when he says, Hey, you accusing me now dishonouring me publicly now I have to. I have to defend myself, I have to defend my honor. So I can't keep quiet here. so in this situation, if anyone was to accuse a person, they shouldn't say, I leave it to a lot. A lower claim my name. This is somebody someone might say this, say no, you can use a listener. He was accused and he never said hello would help me. A law will help you if you do what Allah wants you to do. Ah, hello wants you to defend yourself. Just like I wanted you to run to that door that you've been that's what you sort of set up did even though he's very shy, humble person. That didn't translate into him being

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passive. Yeah. Some people are like this is the only confuse being humble, sincere with keeping their mouth shut. in every circumstance. I don't know if you've seen this before. they misunderstand sincerity. they misunderstand tawakkol they misunderstand being humble to just be passive, someone does something bad to you. Don't worry about accuse you of doing wrong. Don't worry by No. certain circumstances dictate that you have to take particular action. Okay, and this is one of them here. Okay.

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So put them in green color in human k d con. So when he saw the police that it had a slit in the back, then he said in who couldn't? This is from your plotting and scheming. Who is saying this two opinions either just as easily as to show him. Now she says it's clear to me that is the as he speaking now. Why? Because he's the one who got the shy to go around investigating the matter. And now he's bringing the evidence and the conclusion. And so he's the one seeing the conclusion. When he sees it, he realizes that his wife is the one being unfaithful to him. And so what does he say color in No, mean Katie corner in the Who? Here? Rosie said this refers to what you just said. When

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you said, you know, what should be the punishment for the one who tries some evil with your family. I hold that thing you said to me, in whom in Katy con, it is from your Cade, you're plotting and scheming. I didn't say you as a singular, he says you as a plural.

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Women, you know, you're like this, you know, you brought a new scheme. Women got what can you say about women is so so that is the way he's talking already, you can see where he's gonna go with this. And then in that case, that could now leave indeed your cave, or women is our V. Mighty.

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And this

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means what it means that the scheming and the plotting of women is great.

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That's what he said.

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As he said, okay, as he says this, so he ends that statement by saying, you know, this is from plotting of women. And you know, the way women are, they are so bad when it comes to plotting and scheming. In fact, they've so great and cunning and the way they plot in this scheme. Now, he got to mention something he says, you know, like gelada said in aneesa indicate the shape or lukather. Bariza, indeed the Cade of shape on his

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week. So he said a lot said about radon is Katie's vegan loss at about the key that we mean it is great.

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Now, what does that teach us? Here? It seems as mentioned by a summary, that this is really accurate to say like this. Why?

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Because Allah said in Surah, Nisa, indeed the plot of shape one is weak. But was it a law that said the plotting of women is great?

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It wasn't was it?

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It was as is. So it's not really right to compare the two. And then to make a lesson based on that, because that's not really accurate comparison. And to be honest, I'm inclined towards this, here that this is more accurate to say that no, this is not a a general statement about women for all time, that women they come in and the scheming nature is far greater than men and women shape on

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it is what some people say. I can accept the view that if I will

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woman wants to plot,

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then her plotting would be far more cunning than a man.

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Which is different than saying women are cunning. Okay? However, what doctor for the similar invention, I think is

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a far better analysis. And that is what he's actually saying is that just because Allah mentioned something in the Quran, it doesn't mean Allah approves of that. And that is very accurate, because Allah mentioned solid things. Allah mentioned that shavon says these, Allah mentions that, you know, the people loot, they said this to him, and what the prophets mentioned. So Allah spoke about what happened. Yeah. And just because Allah mentioned, for example, what shapes It doesn't mean was pleasing that is it, or like cepsa, or law firms or it doesn't mean that.

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Okay, and that's why proclaim said that this is the doll of the show, that the shy and his way of deducing the reasoning, and the end ruling was praiseworthy. Why? Because Allah said something later on that show that he was pleased with that. So I proclaim is also referring to this type of understanding principle, that just because Allah mentioned something in the Koran, it doesn't mean that a lot of proofs of this thing, especially if Allah is not the one saying

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true or not. It is as easy as saying this or the shady thing, whoever it is, it's not a larger law. So anyhow, that's a side point the mentioned Shana. Next first use of adequan Hello, this is Paula, this is this is just too much. You would think that as is the husband in this situation would you know go crazy? What are your crazy he's just been shown to his face by somebody else respectable that it was your wife that was trying? You're on your slave.

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Ego crazy, right? What does he say instead? Yousuf

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Yousuf means turn away

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from this meaning as a passive he said, Keep quiet. Don't tell anyone what happened? What? Why are you telling me that? usually some understood exactly what he's saying. He's saying brushed under the carpet. I don't want to say anything to anyone. Why would he say that?

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Why would he say I don't want you to tell anyone what happened to him?

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Who is he?

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Who is as he's

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he's not the king of you. He's second in command to the king is the Minister of Finance. So he's Who is he?

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Is master but in society? Who is he

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said the pope

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is popular. More than being popular. What position? Do people use the people in any person in deposition, wants to keep things at home scans at home quiet, what type of person?

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politicians, politicians, and they career is at stake. If somebody finds out some dodgy business going on in the house Trudeau he's a politician. He doesn't want his career to be messed up. So the first thing you say is useful add on.

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costs, we mentioned also that the fact is a use of you know, calling out properly shows his number one close connection with use of the he just it's almost so closely been talked into some other useful

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and also shows us how you know, intelligent use of Islam was that he understood just from these few words where his master was saying to him, okay, he understood it. He never said anything. But now look what he says now, okay, use of you know, you haven't done anything wrong.

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How to remember you, but he's gonna be mad at his wife, right? He's gonna be mad at his wife. No. It should be mad at his wife. What do you say to his wife? What? This Why is like another sentence this other sentence has been directed towards Well, we're still dealing with a big ask a lot to forgive.

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ask Allah to forgive you. I mean, so you're gonna say to me, was that feeling at the beginning? Just go ask Allah to forgive you. In the Continental heart in indeed you are from heart in helping those that make mistakes. Those that make mistakes, is that what you're going to say?

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You know, and even here, it doesn't say you are a person in making a mistake.

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Or from how they act. You're from the women that make mistake. He says hardly even from you know, men and women, they make mistakes, you know, you made a mistake.

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Go ask Allah to forgive you. That easy going

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Come on, he should go crazy on his wife. At the very least he should separate them say, No, that's it. You can stay upstairs, he stays downstairs now.

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He doesn't do any of them. So what does that show us about Aziz?

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And the way he is to his wife, what does that show us?

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Okay, so this is a, there's a nice cozy relationship between the three of them. However,

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you know, certain things are unforgettable. If your wife is unfaithful to you, it's not good character to say, I sub key thought about you made a mistake.

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I mean, if you were to fast forward,

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you see that

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she was facing, and maybe he recognized? know, if you fast food, what you find is that what do you know, she's got the opportunity to do the whole thing again, in a more theatrical way, she goes all her friends. Oh. So you're thinking Aziz, you never put any measures in place to stop her doing it again.

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In fact, she could do double next time. She called the nice work of missile

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or the, you know, the elite women of missiles? And she says, you know, come over here and check him out.

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Why did she say that in order for them to put pressure on him to do dinner with her? Okay, so at the very least, Aziz should have had some

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protective jealousy of his wife. But that's what he failed in. Though he may have had good conduct before with regards to use of Islam in pretty good to him when it came to his wife. And this particular scenario. He's not doing too well. There is not doing too well. And this is a point that both amlodipine Tamia rahimullah mentioned, which is that hiya Aziz is being shown to have little, little protective jealousy. And we retain Rahim Allah said that a man having protective jealousy over his woman, is one of the strongest Prevention's for her to be unfaithful to him.

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If a man is very protective of his daughter, his sister, his mother, his wife, and he does not, he's not casual about it, you know, your daughter's going to university. Now, you know, as a father, I'm concerned about what you're going, I don't want you to go so far away. I don't want you to live out I want you to live at home. And even when you go to uni, I want to know, you know, what's your timetable? Like? I don't need to be out so long, don't be out so late. This is protective jealousy. And this will help her to protect her just to see true or not. And the opposite, which is, it's up to you, you know, you can learn from your own mistakes my daughter, go ahead, would you want to go,

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you're gonna go live out there, no problem. You know, you go and live and learn yourself what she was going to happen.

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Whoa, what could happen possibly, is that she could fall into mistakes, she could be robbed of a chastity and all the rest of it. So the man having predicted jealousy over his woman, is actually something which helps her keep faithful to Him, number one, but also to protect herself from the abuse from outside world. Okay, and spotlight our times this element of protective jealousy of one's wife is dwindling. You know, brothers, they don't have this sense of honor for the women as they once did. And here as he is being shown that this is very bad, the way you are behaving with your wife Come on telling us at first we brushed under the carpet and telling your wife it's between you

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and a lot faster, filling them big. And then in a country you know, hot in is kinda making it a broad, you know, it's not saying you're, you know, clearly an error you saying you're, you know, people make mistakes and you made a mistake. Okay. And later on also, we'll see how even timeout from Allah speaks more about this as well. about the lack of the euro of the Aziz. Okay.

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I think this brings us to the end. In fact,

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they were one thing just before I remembered

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the wife of as he says, college mount is meant to be a helical means to the man here means either question, or it's a negation. Either she's saying there is what should be the punishment, this or this, or she's saying there's no punishment for him except this or this.

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Just run this now. They make another lecture. Okay.

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So,

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yes, do you do use the earth?

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The Earth means a person who has no protective jealousy over his womenfolk.

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Yeah, and that's what makes videos even tamer because I'm a youth, somebody who has absolutely no, you know, honor towards this woman. And we have really come to the end of the chronic Long Island stuff. He'll go