Hasan Ali – Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 22

Hasan Ali
AI: Summary © The history of the Bible's actions, including marriage, sexual abuse, and abuse of women, is discussed. The importance of belief in Allah's teachings and testing one's faith is emphasized. The speakers emphasize the need for people to test their faith and hold their true ego in order to achieve spiritual success. The importance of remembering oneself and others is emphasized, as well as the use of "verbal" in praying and experiencing dreaming to achieve spiritual success. The speakers also discuss the importance of showing support and love for oneself and not let fear or desire hold them back.
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up to the

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mini Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam

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ala and he is my

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first guest Ramallah will

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come to another session of the Rahim Allah who salat wa salam.

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And a couple of things. I want to say that that's an add on to the last session that we had

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in Nicosia, Rahim Allah, He states that the king that in Ramallah should also had that argument with was no mood. And the one where Sarah

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Viola Monahan because of a dryer, the king's hand gets frozen and is a different King. So he puts it as two different kings. Now the other the other thing I want to mention is that with the mood if you remember in the last session, I said that

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when Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam gave his judgment in the end when he gave his conclusive argument, and he said that my ally is the one who brings the sun from the east tribe bring it up from the west. So the Quran says subhead says that Nam rude, stayed quiet. He became completely, he's not only becoming quiet, it's becoming dumbfounded. It's shocked without any words. That's what the word abou hit means. Now, what I want you to add on to that is, because num Ruud was a logical and reasonable person. And he was presenting an argument of reasoning. That's why he stayed quiet. If he if he was one of those individuals who was going to now use his emotions to try and defeat the

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rhinoceros around, you would have gone into a wrong way. So I mentioned the last session that it depends who you have an argument with, and who you having a debate with. If you having a debate with someone who is using logical reasoning, then that's the best. That's the best way to continue because then you will find that they won't go out of bounds when they're losing the argument. Now, what happens is when Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam he finally with the with the second story what inaccuracy, Rahim Allah, he notes down from Zaha Hadid is that when Sarah or the Aloha she was with the with the other King, and he tried to attack her, his hand got frozen. On the third time when he

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said, you know, what is this? What is this woman that you bought me? He said she's not even a human being. It's not even a human being. And according to one ration, he said that she must be an angel or something. And that's when he was left with all so what he did is he gifted Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam gifted us, Sarah, he gifted Sarah with a slave girl. He said this slave girls yours

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who was the slave girl? She was harder.

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Now, what happens after a while is Sarah she's not having any children. And the days are going by there's no children around Mrs. Alexander has an eye for a long while

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sada says to Ibrahim Ali Salaam, that your

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you want a child obviously, because the progeny in the seed of prophethood can only continue if he has a child.

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So at this point,

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at this point you have

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you have Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, his wife, Sarah allama, she says that I'm going to give to her job.

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And she's going to be used so that you can actually you know, we can free her and then you can actually marry her. So that's what in writing Isola ceram does that he marries harder later on. And now he has two wives. Now according to the Islamic tradition, we don't

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according to Brian malesuada, according to our traditions, we don't have a big problem with the two wives. We don't have a problem within the room with them. Reason being is that

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They are the two wives of a prophet. They might have certain things between them that they're not so happy with. And that happens even with Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and his wives there were there were certain sort of rivalries between them, not nothing, nothing, you know, to the level that they are bickering or nothing to the level that they are arguing with one another and falling up on one another. No. It's just the norm that you would get with with, you know, sort of petty things but nothing major.

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But according to the biblical traditions, they couldn't stand each other Sarra and harder. But the alojado they couldn't stand each other. So according to the biblical traditions, that's the reason why Ibrahima Salaam Salaam makes a migration with hijab. And he moves in in a he moves with her to another another city. And according to our tradition, it was the program of Allah. It was the the order of Allah that He actually makes that makes that journey.

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Now what happens in between is when he has taken Sarah, and he's got, you know, salad obviously got this

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sort of slave girl and so on. How do

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they hear that Lu alayhi salatu salam, the nephew of Ibrahim alayhi salam, he has been attacked by some bandits, and a whole group of sort of, you know, like a gang.

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And Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam gathers an army of 318 soldiers. And he marches down to near sort of, it's just the north of Jerusalem, and he defeats those gang members, he returns all the wealth that Lutheranism lost and he manages to banish them from from that part of the earth.

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That then gives Ibrahim alayhi wa sallam a higher status amongst the people of goods. So baytril mock this with Jerusalem is becomes later on the Qibla of Iran.

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So what happens is

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Iraqi militia salam, when he enters Jerusalem, and the people who are living there, they greet him and even the kings, they come and praise him for what he has done, because he's got rid of these evil people who, who attacked Luther lysandra, attacking others as well. Now, when he's in major MCC, this allows the region he reveals to him that I am going to make you era him a leaf on the earth, I'm going to make you a vice chair in 20 years. And I'm going to SFU your project needs to you see, I'm going to keep a lot of sort of a lot alive in terms of prophethood and that you know, the amount of gifts that I was going to give

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in terms of prophethood and the effects of prophethood within his seeds.

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rhinoceros around one tip he wanted all of his followers, whoever would come till the till the Day of Judgment, he wanted to all of them to be good people, but Allah revealed that they will be some that will be good, but others that will be evil. So you can see this until the day of judgment, certain people who have come after a rhinoceros around like you know, he later on has two sons, one is heartless alum from Sarah and one is

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from Hydra. And from them, the whole of the prophethood starts. So as well as Adam has only one that come later on as Mohammed Salah Allah Islam, and is hot Elisa has Yahoo and Yahoo was useful but jacoba salon is the is the grandson of a grandmaster that becomes the sort of major profit from whom so many different profits come because you have 12 songs from the 12 songs becomes a whole sort of Cry, cry in the different tribes, and so on.

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So anyway,

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what we're saying here is that

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when Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam was invaded to map this, and he gained his procedure that suddenly allows you that told him he said, I want you to make migration. And that was harder for the olana. And what he does is he makes a migration when she is pregnant.

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And they travel towards the southern part of from south from Jerusalem. And they carry on going down down and he doesn't know where Allah wants to take him. What do you want him to do and the

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The only thing he knows is that allows wizard has told him to make his migration. So he makes the migration till he gets to the mountains of Morocco.

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And when he gets there there are in particular there's four hills that are in front of one another for you know what to in front of one another to and when it comes right into the Valley of the Sun, he doesn't know where he is. It's a very hot, dense place where it's really hot. And when he gets here

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alayhi salatu salam and his with his with now she's given birth, she's given birth to is my Elisa Salah.

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If you like the heat of Makkah, is so much that if on one of these hot days on a rock, you were to break an egg, the egg would fry. You wouldn't need to have a cooker on it would fry. That's how hot it becomes. And in the midst of that heat, according to Sahil Holly

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suddenly Rihanna, Sarah salami turns his back to hire.

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And he walks the other way. Now she's got the child. And he turns around, he just walks the other way. And she says, Where are you going? Because this wouldn't be this wouldn't be the case that he would just suddenly do 180 degrees and walk off. Where are you going?

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And he doesn't answer. So she says, Where are you going? He doesn't answer.

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Allah who America has. Allah ordered you to do this. And while he's got his back towards his wife, he just nodded his head. Because part of what Allah told him is when he gives him the hokum of turning around the old return to turn around, is not to speak to his wife. So he keeps that command of Allah. He didn't speak to her. But he just nodded his head just to say that Allah has ordered to do this.

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Now here's the test of harder we've seen the test of SATA while the lavorgna now harder for the allow her now she's left bewildered. In this place where it's completely deserted. There's not even any vegetation in this land. Where are they? They're in makan mukava. Where exactly are they? They are between Safa Marwah, and then there was another two hills there as well. So in between those no comma, just just a plain Valley.

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So now she sees that smiley, he he's so thirsty and he needs to be quenched this first person needs to be quenched. So what is it? What is it to do?

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What what what can harder we allow them to do so in desperateness, she she wants to see and find.

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She wants to find anyone any human being any sign. She can. So she climbs up, suffer.

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And when she she climbs up suffer, she comes up until she sees all around her, all she can see is hills, as far as you can see. And she can't see us the sign of any human being. Not any vegetation, not any bird, not any water, nothing. So she comes back down. And she passes by smile. And I said that because she left him on the ground.

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Because she needed to run fast. And she went back up again to the next one. And she looked for the sign of life and she couldn't see anything. And now you can see the mother. She's really desperate. And all she is doing is that she's turning her attention towards a mouse. That's all she can do. So she makes this journey.

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whole journey seven times.

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And is a it's a it's a good you know, it's a good journey to make that up Safa Marwah, those of us who have been too hard you would know. And those of you who have to be drama, it's a good, it's a good journey.

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And on at the seventh time, what happens is that his smile dies and I'm still crying.

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And it keeps the earth and as he kicks the earth allows, he sends a great love in that moment. And you realize what outcomes and with the end of one of his wings, he hits the earth beneath the feet of Israel is rock solid and out springs, the spring of summer.

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So when it comes out, it comes out as very cool.

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Whoo hoo, cold water in the heat of the desert comes up cool and cool. And she sees that, and she runs that batteries, my by Solomon she quenches the thirst, and she quench her thirst, she washes away, she washes her herself.

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But there's a problem. The problem is that water is now coming out so fast that she's going to get ground. And she tries to run from the water away from it, because now the water is continuing to come out. So in her language, she you know, because she's now witnessed the miracle of the water coming out. And this was purely that allows that I've made that come up, she turns to the water, she says a water in a language she said zum zum.

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Stop, stop.

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And with her indication, and her hand towards the water, the water stop,

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just by saying, and that's where we get the name something. Because something was in her language wherever, whether it was a Rania or some other language, she she spoke to the water and the water stop. Now, this is ultimate faith of an individual who's now witnessed the miracle of Allah azza wa jal coming once with the water starting another one when the water stops.

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So what I want to learn from this,

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what we'll learn from this is that she wasn't a proper test, like I said, about sort of the alarm on her. But she had got close to a lot because she was following the faith. And belief is something that once a person can believe that D and they are not committing any major sins. This is the secret if you're not committing any major sins, and you've got firm belief in Allah, and at the same time, you're doing all of those things that Allah wants you to do. You're completing your fluoride and you've also completing other extra Nevada. So you're doing your favourite whatever was told you and you do some extra not enough. So when I say fried, no, actually, I don't just mean Salah. So for

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example, zakka is for the novel of Zika is southpaw. And you've got fast that is foreign Ramadan is not too fast that you can do anytime throughout the year. You've got the salon, so on but you've got Procore because well, you got certain duties as a father of a duty you've got towards certain people. But then you will know I feel that you can just be kind to people. You can be generous towards people, you can help people, you can make people feel welcome. These are not your forte, these are not for building but you do all of that extra things that you do. When a person is doing all of that and they're staying away from major sins. What does Allah do? And the belief is firm,

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Allah will show me and you miracles allow so many miracles, and this is for anyone. This is not for now why is it that her footsteps are the same footsteps that every single * has to imitate when going to Hajj?

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It's astonishing. Every man every woman for to perform a hedge from the time of employment till the Day of Judgment as long as the Kaaba is going to be there. They will have to follow the footsteps of * with the Alona one of suitors of a woman. Why? Because of the fact that we're supposed to think you go from Safari, you go to Morocco. You go from Safari from Morocco to suffer. And you can go up and down, up and down and so on. What are you doing? Well, you're coming to Marwan and you got to turn around miroir didn't work.

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You came over tomorrow, it didn't work. So you go to suffer again. You made two journeys, you get to suffer. What are you to do here? You make dua, but it doesn't work.

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So now you make a third journey.

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You go from Safar tomorrow,

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and you make do it again.

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And does it work.

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It doesn't work, as in Allah trying to tell you that no, go again. So now from miroir to suffer, suffer tomorrow

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and tomorrow to suffer, suffer tomorrow. So you making this this journey seven times Why? One of the things I was teaching us is you could be desperate. And in a desperate situation, you could have your belief and you believe is firm that I will help you. And at that moment you make the best law you can, but I don't have to answer it. I can test you further and that's what he did with Heidi for the olana. He tested her further

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And I couldn't believe, you know, when she came the second time of the next hill, that could have been a, but her heart's beating, and she's feeling that her son is going to die.

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But allow him to test her further. And that's what he teaches us when we go to our own branch, is that I can test you in any of the parts of your life, where you might turn to me and asked me to answer one of your drawers. But it's up to me when I will do

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that, you know, when finally when it's my ally, Sarah, Sarah, has Zamzam coming out from beneath?

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What is the show that shows the determination of the mother, that she didn't just stand there next to him in despair, she could have done that is there are many lessons to learn from here. Okay, so she could have stayed there. And she could have stayed in despair, and just cried over the fact that she's got a baby there. But she didn't she ran, she made effort. And that's what a lie is telling us that in the moment of when you feel like you might be in despair with something, you've got to make your effort. And making your effort doesn't mean that Okay, you got to the top of the hill, you got to one certain end, you didn't find an answer there, it means that, Okay, come back now and just

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forget, it is not going to work, and you think of it, she went to Safar. Then she went to marwadi, the two same places, she's going to visit the two same places again. So she goes to Safa and Maria again. Now, the distance between one and two, and getting there is probably about, you know, five minutes for her to run from one end to another, or maybe 10, at the most, right, five to 10, maybe even seven minutes. So, so she's going to go from one to another.

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And if she's going there in five minutes, what's the possibility of her seeing a an individual, or someone within five minutes appear? She could have been a mother that stayed at the bottom said, well, I've checked Safar check Marwa, maybe I've checked again, and again, I want to just stay with my baby right now. And I'm just going to cry, what can I do? What she did, she went again. And she went again. And she went the seventh time. So what Allah teaches us is, sometimes you might cry, the same means and you may come back to me. And when the same means didn't work twice, three times, four times, five times, I can make you work the sixth or seventh time whenever I want, I can make it

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work. I know in the in the normal world scientifically, if you're doing the same means you're always going to get the same conclusions. But in the world, where allows the visual controls everything. The same means on the seventh or eighth fine, it can work in a way that will be will be a miracle. So that's that's nothing. Now finally, when higher body allow her she sees the miracle actually taking place. That was worth it going seven times up and down. And now her faith has just gone up, and she then tells the water to stop and it stops her faith has gone even more up. This is the sign of the idea of Allah azza wa jal, the people who become close to Allah, and I'm telling you again,

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it's not people who have to be with prophets. It can happen to anyone if they are if they do the things that I said earlier. Anyway, now that she's got the water of Zamzam and Zamzam itself is you know, sort of Hana Allah Allah has said to us, in that place, because this is now a blessing place one is bacon mark this Jerusalem where Allah azza wa jal has is now going to take him back and that's going to be a center of the world. But later on, he's going to give him another center of the world which is going to be this space here, which is McCallum Academy was known as Baca before now is maka

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Zamzam is a great miracle. Because I mean, you look at the you first look at across the world how a lot does this on a hot day, you get cold water coming out.

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On a cold day, you get warm water coming out. That's how these streams and you know, sort of know the water gushes out from the ground. That's how it works. And this is another thing just to think how Allah does that on a cold day you put your feet on soil is going to feel warm. And on a hot day you put your feet on the soil into field. That is how Allah azza wa jal tells us and shows us that he's in charge of all of these things. But resolve them there's something more special, which is that that water

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if you make the calculations of how many who judge right now we've got five to 6 million jobs going every single year. And they are all carrying back 10 liters of water back to their countries more or less.

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Even if let's just say 3 million or half of them carry them. And not only that, while they're there, they're drinking a lot more than the 10 liters that they they bring back and some are even bathing in it a lot for

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handling that got the chance to have them before they used to have the Zamzam wells open and actually went down there before and so it's a miracle in front of your eyes when you can see that large stones underneath the carbon the water's actually coming down straight from the walls. And it just cut just coming up just coming out there's nothing and if you look behind it, you're not going to find a massive river underneath is amazing allows miracle it makes it commander rocks.

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And if Allah wants to do some data he can because there are certain rocks on the earth. They are the source of water coming out. Allah has mentioned that sort of Baccarat we're in a minha llama vegetable mineral and how many rivers are running from certain stones? If Allah wants to do that he can do and xanga is one of those from stones from pure rocks, water is running out. And that water is is so blessing. Because Rasulullah sallallahu once told us that it's a food in itself. Those people who go to the harem and they bring zum zum zum zum

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Lima shooty Bella zum zum is something that it will be enough for whatever you drink, so if you actually drink Samsung's thinking that this is going to be my food for today for my lunch, no lunch today, Zamzam you try it you have the intention, inshallah Allah will make it come true. So,

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and whatever the * you make, it gets accepted. But anyway, because the water has appeared now now birds start to come around. Now the birds come around humans are not these nomads in Arabia, they're always looking for the next source of water.

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So they find that there's a whole soup of birds going in that direction, they start coming and slowly each person that comes, they are amazed. How is the water if there was no watering for never how in the middle of a desert, you're getting water coming out. And they and when when the hazard or the Aloha tells them or they find out how the water came out, then or of her and her child and her husband's on. And they only take permission from her to try and live next to her. And that's how slowly the courier or the village or the town of Mecca starts. And right up until the civil law. So the law lesson was time. How big was the city? This is another big piece of nature known right now.

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in Makkah, they can't get enough of trying to learn how

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to turn that Las Vegas contender to some other city. I don't know what's going around windows heads over there and the construction work that they're doing. This is a sign of piano. This is truly a sign of chaos because Rasulullah sallallahu said in one of the signs that when the he said when buildings will will rise above Jabu case. And currently that clock tower that they've made it's it's above the higher than jemalloc highs. He said when that when that those building will go above Jebel case, which is in Makkah. Then he said the hour is dawning upon you the last hour the final hour is going on. These are the signs of last night. I mean, you think about it.

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You know, would you want to be

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I know I know what what goes through the minds of these kids, when you want to be in the position know that Hades tells you that you're you're the sign of the last hour and you created a house.

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But anyway, what what was the original city the original city of Makkah, was no more than the Harlem walls before they did this last construction.

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You know, the Hara molds from the outside from you got the Bab Malik forehead and bad bad medic Abdulaziz and so on, you know, that sanctuary and that those walls around? That was the third is that the whole of the muck and people were in?

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This was one right now if you think well you know where my hotel is in America. My hotel is in Medina. That's maybe where someone used to live before. No, none of these places were habitable. None of these places you had people living there. It was right near the harem. Where the wolves were, that's how far fight was. So there were not that many people.

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And what happens that is my restaurant is growing up and his father comes back

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and has over the Aloha knows that he is under the control of Allah azza wa jal so he's gonna come back when he comes back. Now when he comes back, he plays around with this man. And he comes up frequently, once, twice, three times and so on. So he plays it

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with smaller and smaller Islam, Allah says in the Holy Quran, that Phelim Bella ma who sorry,

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when his smile la salon salon was old enough to nasai means to actually to actually run or it means to make some effort. So here the mufa serien have said he really means is Miley Cyrus Allah was old enough to run along with his father. So they're able to have a race and as well as salaam is able to catch up with his father in a race, which would mean that he's a good young teenager, or he could be about 11 years old or 12 years old, because some of these boys they can run quite fast, Mashallah.

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Or it means that when he was able to actually work, whatever the thing is, the mufa Syrians say that his mind was still young, as in he wasn't like 20 something years old or 30, something years old. He was literally the beginning of his of his teens were just before that.

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And Allah azza wa jal, he inspires into the mind of Ibrahim alayhi salam, when he's sleeping, he shows him a dream that he is sacrificing his son, and prophets dreams, see, our dreams are of three kinds. Our dreams, either you're going to get a true dream. So it means that is something that's going to happen, or it's going to be from the shadab. So the shaitaan comes in, inject something in our mind, at nighttime, the season we get scared or whatever else it is, or the third one is our own. Whatever we saw in the daytime, whatever we're thinking about, those are the same things that occur in the dream sometimes. So these are one of the three things we will have prophets, Allah

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salatu salam, their mind doesn't play up like that. So when they sleeping,

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whatever they saw in the daytime that won't reoccur in their minds. Second is when prophets Allah who salatu salam, when they're sleeping, there's no way a shaytan or a devil can come near them in the nighttime and show them a bad dream. So that's even out the way. So the only dream a prophet sees is a true dream. And prophets alayhi salatu salam, they know the interpretation of the dreams, Allah, Allah has given them that.

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And some of you know, obviously better than others, but definitely rhinoceros around and even useless and we know famously about him and dreams and is under yaku yaku. And his heart gave

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him some light gave them the ability to know the interpretation of dreams. And I mentioned this in the beginning of so useful.

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Now prophets know the interpretation of dreams, and they know that that dream is part of why he is part of Revelation. So what happens is that when he sees a dream that he's giving sacrifice to his son he knows is true. What does he do?

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He sees the dream, and he called his son and he says, Yeah, boonie Oh, my beloved son. Remember earlier in Brahma Salaam, when he was young, and he had a father, he said, Yeah, I bet you Oh, my beloved father, so he respected his father when he had an argument with him. Not an argument, but he had you know, he was trying to convince his father not to worship the worship stone. And here, he's got a son. And you see how he speaks to his son and says Yamuna, yo, my beloved Son, says, in me are often men and this is sort of sofar surah number 3037. In me are often men and need a vow. I see my dream, that I'm actually slaughtering you, for the sake of Allah tonglu mother, Tara, what do you

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think, son? Now here? The command has come to Ibrahim is Rotherham just to get up get a knife, take your son away, son get down on law said Get down. And son. You know, I'm gonna tie your eyes and son.

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Yeah, no questioning son. Yeah, you're not gonna get any answers today. I love him. You gotta die. I even mean I ain't got no, you know, saying this. So it's the end. He could have done that didn't. He is consulting his son, about a matter that Allah azza wa jal has told him to do.

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Now we learned a big lesson, which is, Allah told us to tell our families to pray. Allah told us to look after our family members. And I'm going to be very honest with you human beings need a lot of reminders to remember reminders, wives and husbands need reminders. You know, as human beings you know, the way that gravity pulls down onto the earth.

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Gravity pulls us down, you can either you go up and you bring it straight back down. Unless of course, you

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You're in a machine that that's making you fly, like an airplane is something of gravity is going to pull you down.

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The same way that human beings war, and his soul is spirituality, there's a gravity that's going to pull that down. And unless the human being lifts that up some way and keeps it hovering, a fly flying, is going to always slowly come back down. So that's what I'm saying to you that human beings need a reminder. And that's why Allah subhanaw taala.

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Finally, catanzaro, meaning, give reminders, give reminders, because the believers need reminders. Because, you know, we, we need to remind ourselves again, I need to do this and you need to remind yourself again, I need to do this and you need to boost yourself that some kind of fatherland some virtue, you know, that was good manners. Sometimes you you when other people, you see them doing it. And you think, yeah, I need to do this, you know, whether it's somehow anything else, we need reminders, we need reminders, you need reminders five years ago, you needed to 10 years ago, you're going to need it today. And you're going to need the five years time, we need to remind us again and

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again. So this is the beauty of our religion. So here's Brian and Sarah Sarah with his son, what he's doing is he's making his son understand or giving him a chance to understand the reason behind what is about to happen. This is very important. I guarantee you, if you were to pick up,

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if you were to tell your children or spouse or whoever is going to do this, guarantee you if they didn't know the virtue of doing something in the deen, as opposed to knowing it,

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there will be a big difference whether they do it or they don't do. Most people, they get prompted knowing that there is a virtue.

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And that allows us to bless them and give them some reward in doing that. And we need to reason with them. We need to tell them I mean, the other day, I've been writing one of my son is 10. Now he's praying and hungry love. But the other day, you know, he's asked a random question. He said, and when he asked this question, you've got to understand, I'm going to be able to give him reasoning as well. So he asked me a question. He said,

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We prayed together and he said, Why do we have to pray five times? separately in the day? Why does the Lord told us to pray five separate times of the day? Why couldn't hear for all of them in one go?

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Why can he put us

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all in one time? He said, What can we just come home? And you know, do all five together? From work from school, whatever it is, you do five all together. Now, if it was, you know, back in my time, you just get a slap? Like, how dare you ask that question? Let's get on with it. All right. So now I'm going to do that with my son. So I have to explain to you why this five. So I said, I said Son I said you know, you know, we're human beings, we forget Allah.

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And so that we don't forget Allah, Allah has separate the times. So when people wake up, the first thing Allah wants is he wants us to remember

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our people are tired and about to go to sleep. The last thing allowances during the day is remembering before you go to sleep.

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And in between when people they're in midday, midday, there is no near the middle part of the day, you've got you know, when you've asked had some food, you can get a bit tired. And it's not that you you've got a lot that's happening, you're not let that happen up to midday. So I said that, that time that people might sort of eat and feel a bit heavy, allows them to remember it. And then when it comes to acid time, there's a lot of business going on, that is the end of the business day, so time and the marketplaces are booming, or the last time and the sales are going to happen. That's when Allah wants us remembering in a busy time, when the sun goes down is normally suppertime. He

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will eat in the busy with food. So during that time, they could get relaxed and be to relax with the family. So allow us to remind remember him there again. So these are crucial five times the last

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If you tell them and they if you explain to them the reason why we do these things, then it helps them It helps any human being. So you've organized around Santa is sitting there and he's explaining this and now he's not even. He's not even saying you know, I've got to do this is my please You know, you gotta you gotta understand. I know you're a young man. It's gonna be difficult. None of that. He just says, tell me what do you think?

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And just as a Brian when I said I was gifted when he was young, his smile, his arm is gifted, and he's young as well. So he sees that this is this is a must because I'm going to be sacrificed for Allah sake. The first human being Allah wants to have this

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Slowing down he said, Father, cetera je dooney insha Allah is the first He said, If Alma to just go ahead and do what Alaska what you've been commanded to do.

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And then he adds Saturday to me insha Allah,

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soon you shall find me if Allah wills from those who have patience from those who have patience. Now there's another interesting lesson here, which is what

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is smiler esalaam uses the word inshallah.

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Saturday Santa junie, you shall soon find me. And in between it says insha Allah, if Allah wills, Mina Sabine, from those who have patience, now there are different types of inshallah, in the

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different types. And from those, we get a big lesson, because insha Allah is using some parts of the Quran. And what it shows is that this is a person here, who's made his absolute firm intention that he's going to be from the people of Southern he's going to have some patience, when his father's going to slow trim for the sake of Allah sacrificing for the sake of Allah. And what he does is he adds in sha Allah not because oh yeah, if Allah wills I'll do it but if Allah does, it will have nothing to do it is not a that is that I want to do it.

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And I hope Allah is going to allow this thing to go ahead. And if Allah wills you will find me having sovereign What does that mean? That means that I'm going to do my best to have sovereign and if allow, so we'll do the same thing then I will show my show my support, I want to show everyone that I've got I've got that patience.

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Now there's another type of inshallah, which is to kind of make someone feel that Yeah, get off my back.

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You know, the kind of inshallah and there's another kind of inshallah, that you're not really serious. So you say inshallah, inshallah. inshallah. inshallah.

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And that kind of thing of making someone who get off your back and like, yeah, just asked me again, oh, inshallah. And there's another one using in sha Allah as an excuse, just as an excuse, just to show you that, yeah. In sha Allah, if Allah wills, but you know, when you don't do it, Allah never will do you see? He never will be? If you will be, then I would have done it, but never did it. Why is this a joke? In sha Allah is supposed to be used when a person is determined. And in our language as well. When we're using insha, Allah, there should be determination that it is something you want to do, and the only thing is going to really stop you. If Allah doesn't go, that that is not going

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to happen. But that's something out of your control. You can't do anything about that.

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So that's when it's Mary, Larissa, Sam is taken by his father.

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And he takes them he takes him out of Makkah, as an out of the small city of mockup people, and he takes him towards the place where he's going to

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sacrifice in a minute.

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I want to make this journey, the shaytan appears. And this is another great lesson, the shaden appears in a form of a person. And he says, you know, where are you going?

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Where are you going? Now suddenly, for a stranger to appear in front of you, Brian has allowed Salam who's well known in the city. That's one strange thing. Second is that this stranger seems to know what his intention is. He's got a knife. He's got a sharp knife with him. And the stranger says, you're gonna slaughter your son?

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Are you out your head? Do you think God would do that? Do you think God would actually tell you to go on snow? Do you suddenly think you, you're losing it and so on. So what a regular assassin does is it picks some pebbles, and he tells the shaytan he pelts him in one place, and shaytan comes again, and tries to tell him to do the belting again. And the shaytan comes again a third time, and it helps him a third time, not to not to move away. And by the third time the shaitaan moves away. Now those of you who go to Hajj don't actually think that there's three different shakedowns in three different pillars. And the harder you hit that pillar, the harder you hit, shaytan now you

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don't, right. It's it's a symbol. It's symbolic. Just to just throw the soul stones in height is symbolic, why? because what we're doing is we were showing that when I come back from

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Hodge, to my place. And the shaytan is going to inject inside me. Do this do that. Are you crazy? Why become so religious? Why become so fanatical and so on? I'm going to push the shade on away from my life. And I'm going to say to him that he is the one who's cracked, not me, is the one who's become insane. Not me. So this is symbolic.

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is crazy when you go there, you know, people, all sorts of things, slippers, umbrellas, you name it, big stones, large ones, wherever they can.

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Throw But anyway,

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if it doesn't, then the answer is falana. As lemma one, both of them have made the agreement and they both work calm and collective, they both have submitted to the hokum of Allah to the promise of Allah. What 10 lahu, the JB, what a grammar lesson does is that he blindfolds his smile.

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And he places one side of his head onto a stone. So he's got a large stone on that stone, he's got his son, and he puts one side of it onto the stone. And he blindfolded in because obviously, he didn't want him to see what is going to happen.

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Seen blood seen the sharp knife could suddenly you know, shaking.

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And when he's ready, he

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puts the knife right to the neck. And with all his power,

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she's he tries to cut the neck of his beloved son

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and notices that nothing has been cut. So he attempts a second time with a knife, sharp knife straight to the throat, of his son tries to cut it and a second time, he doesn't notice any blood. So he's even more determined now. And he's going to now take the knife out with full force, straight to the neck, and is going to be one side because this knife is sharp.

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And the third time with full force, he goes straight for the neck, and he notices that he's the blood Yes, but where his hand has been placed this time. There's a lot of

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what Allah azza wa jal has done is that within the second split second allows, Cindy Bella moved his maleness around from the stone placed around the and that's the one that randomness ransom sacrifice. And straightaway on the third time, it cuts straight through.

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And he sees Renaissance season as Some say that he even blindfolded himself

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the badminton blindfolded himself, because he didn't want to see the you know, you don't want to see smile and you don't want to see him. This is one of the, the commands of Allah that He just got to get done.

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And Allah says in the Holy Quran in surah, sofar de now who

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Ibrahim? We called out to Ibrahim, and we said oh Brian, God, the son, Dr. Woo,

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you have truly affirmed your

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dream to be true, you have a firm that the dream is true, you have passed this test.

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And this is the this is one of the symbols again of Hajj, that when we go there, we sacrifice an animal and we don't sacrifice ourselves. If Allah wanted to, he could have told us any of us to do that. But not not any human being in the world. Allah has asked for his father to sacrifice him or anything like that. Why did why did Allah do all of this? Why did Allah make it happen like this allows you to look at a given a different test and proven something different and prove the same thing in a different way?

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Well, the reason is that it's valid as Rotherham is very close to him, and he's very beloved in Bremen, and Sam is ready to sacrifice him his life. For Allah sake. What does that show that shows that the love that Sam has, for Allah is much, much, much greater than his son. And those of us my brothers and sisters, who have got to the level when the love of Allah is more dear to us than the love of people, the love of family, the love of people are close to us. Such people have tasted the true sweetness of the man. Why? Because if your son was to die, let's say he died a natural death. It's not going to make you move away from Allah. These are true believers.

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There are certain people when a tragedy happens, they move away from Allah. I think no way. I mean, how can he How can he read it? Why would he do that to me, an essential child? Why would he make him die? The sudden people move away from Allah when a tragedy come. And there are certain people who come closer to Allah, when has it become Why? Because of this belief, knowing that the love they have for him is way beyond the love they have for their family members. In fact, the people who love to people who love their family, they're very dear to their to their family like you reminisce on a Sarah Sarah was very close to his family member is married. And I said, it wasn't that they didn't

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have feelings. No, he was very close. And the love was intense. Because this is the only son he's got.

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only son he's got.

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if he knows he's ready to he's willing to sacrifice him for the sake of Allah. What does that show that shows that such people who lose a close one, they are not going to be with it? Yes, they will cry as soon as possible. He cried. His heart grieved. Yes. But he didn't say anything with his tongue. He said. As for this, he held his tongue. He said this should not say anything against the will of Allah azza wa jal. And that's that's what it is with the true believer that somebody passes away, you get over it. You get over and you're able to hold yourself, the people who haven't affirmed themselves in this belief, they have problems. And not only that, you think today what is

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the thing that's stopping me from getting close to Allah. Some people they have the homeland, it stops them from getting closer to Allah, some people, friends, some people, family, some people, sons and daughters, some guru wives and husbands. And some people, most people, it's their own ego. Because the worst the biggest battle a person has to fight in his life is not with the enemy out is the enemy within shaytan is easy to fight off. The one that is the most difficult one is the one they did within us, which is our own knifes our own ego that tempts us to do evil. But anyway, once he returns now to Makkah,

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allows Odell gives the hokum and he gives the command right when it's time to build the Kaaba, after whatever while it is he gives the hokum to reminisce. And to build the cabin, he builds it with a smile.

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So there's two individuals in the cabin here. And when they build this cover, Lazarus is going to make this the center of the world and he's going to make two great killers on the world. One is through three revelations, one is going to be Jerusalem. And the second one is going to be McCallum Katana. And he's going to send many prophets in his progeny that are going to be around these centers, and they're going to make it the central centers of the for the world.

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So when they're making this cover, this very special drive that they make an evangelizer makes specifically after he builds this cover. So in next week's session, we're going to go through the drive bit by bit. And each each drive has a big lesson for us to remember.

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And even the Muhammad Rahim, the place where you standard lessons in that the laws of the land told us regarding that hopeless fee, I add to my unit

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in it, many different signs. And one of them is this the station of a rhinoceros. He's kept that till today, why is he kept up and so on? We're going to discuss that in your next session. But as for today, I know I haven't asked you for any q&a in the last three sessions. I want to ask you today anyone got any questions? Whether it's today whether it's last couple of sessions, we'll take your questions. If you haven't, then you're going to end it here.

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And we'll remember any questions you might have

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Okay, so beta mock this, or Jerusalem became the Qibla wall the prophets after a Brian when I survived Ceylon, including Muhammad Sal, Allahu Allah, Islam, until Allah change the Qibla of this oma to the Kaaba. So what was it useful all the big monkey for you just a point of the point of direction to pray, just as we have not heard in Korea know, the Kaaba the Pentagon

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So, yes, I said that I think in the last session that all the prophets, they, they may fear that Allah might ask them a question about something they did in their life, and Rasulullah sallallahu his own individual that he won't have that fear. The reason is that a lot of General has elevated our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to the station that he has announced, have offered a law home, met them in them be here when Allah has forgiven all the previous Sins of the province of the loss of man, all that that is coming after meaning that again, look, I want to say this, that I'm not saying that person has sins, it doesn't mean that it doesn't mean that our sins and Allah

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forgive them. It doesn't mean that I would have done sins and Allah forgive No, Allah, Allah, it just it's an expression the Quran in surah to show that he has no sense, neither in the past nor in the future will he have Will he ever have any sense? So because of that, and when we say sins, I mean, of course, all prophets. No prophet Hansen's, right, that's the same as every single prophet. But there's a special thing with Mohammed Salah, which is that whereas other prophets might have made a mistake once and mistake Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam doesn't even have that mistake. But if you have been Allah azzawajal has

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not even not not even going to take him to task for a mistake. So we know Holly salam, he called his son to the ark. And that was a mistake he made to him calling his son and he bribed my son. I mean, these three statements that he made, which I mentioned last time, it's a mistake is not a sin at all. But they have these things in the in the life lesson. He doesn't even have that.

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So that's the reason why he loves the lesson says that he will get up on the day. He'll be the one who when people come to him he'll go forward to go to Mercado moda to prostrate in front of Allah azza wa jal, and then when he makes a glass of Allah, Allah will open the accounts for everybody through his press. Okay.

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There are three.

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Yeah, yeah. Okay. So within sha Allah, that there's a lame in sha Allah, I'm just saying that generally amongst people that are different Sharla. So what I'm trying to say is that the way people use the inshallah, yes, yes.

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Okay, so this is a very good question, which is that in Surah, Al Qaeda who got musallam is traveling with Fidel is alive. And he says to him that look in sha Allah, I'm going to abide by your rules, and then he fails to abide by the rules. Now, this is an insha Allah where a person is determined to do the best they can. But what they don't understand is that things are beyond the capabilities of living up to those rules that they've set for themselves. So the insha, Allah of musala salaam to hither was a genuine one where he still had good intention of doing what he's going to do. And if you look in the Quran,

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where even this insha Allah is or the insha Allah of

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Moosa insha, Allah of smilar Islam and you've got the insha Allah of Musa again when he goes into a contract with srei. inshallah, who

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and when shape says to him, that you find me as as one of those who be pious in the way that we have a contract and so on. And there's a fourth one where Allah says to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam that Aleta poulan Alicia in the dragon Valley codon Illa inshallah, don't say that you're going to get you're going to do something tomorrow except that you add inshallah, to the Quran has given us all the insha Allah has with the determination of a person to do those things, whether they fail or they don't fail. But human beings I was saying is that they treat in sha Allah in three different ways. One is to be determined to do something. One is to try and get off someone off the back. And one is

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a lame one, that you know, you know, there's an excuse for me to get out. But as for the one with moussaka, the one that you asked, it was a genuine one, where he wanted to follow what he was saying and not question him. But he failed because these certain things are beyond human abilities to try and carry out. It's just one of those things where a teacher

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Kira has told him not to do it and the student has failed to live up to his teacher standards. That's what it is. But he had the determination to do what he was going to do.

Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 22_ Ibrahim Part 4 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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