Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 24

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 24_ Ibrahim Part 6 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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know salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad wa

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salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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We come to another session of the right knowledge so that Salaam and to be honest with you, he's he's a prophet full of a lot of a lot of love of Allah. You know, the ones that he loved the most he mentioned the most. So, Allah sallallahu wasallam is the most beloved and parabola. So he gets the most mentioned in the Quran. musala samosa gets a quite a lot of mentioned, but grandma's restaurant is one of those gets quite a lot of mentioned in the Quran as well. And each time Allah mentions him and the Quran is so beautiful, it reveals things that you think Subhana Allah, you know, how Allah has put that word there,

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that particular word and how he described that character with that word and this character with that word. So let me give you an example.

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In surah, sofar, 37 surah.

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Number 101. A lot of that is talking about the time when he gave environment Islam the good news of receiving a child.

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And then in

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number 112, of the same surah Allah azza wa jal gives him the good news of his heart, Allah, his era that is going to receive his heart. Now, he smiled, I said, I was born before his halfling, sir.

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And when he gets the news of his smile as a lamb being born,

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a lot of them in the eye number 101 are sort of soft fat. He says, For Bashar now who be who learning Holly, I gave him the good news of receiving a child that will be a child for Behrendt a tolerant child.

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Now, that's the quality that Allah says about his smile Elisa. But when he talks about his heartful, a salon in another part of the Quran,

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when they actually arrived, the angels arrived to give the good news and we're going to discuss that today when they came to give the good news to the Prime Minister Lama and his wife and the conversation they had between them. Now, if you go to the end of the 26 Jews, the beginning of the 27th Jews right at the end of the 2016 allows Israel he talks about Ramadan I said I'm there

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and what he says is he says the wabasha wabasha boo boo boo boo la mina Lee, this is Ayah number 28 of surah number 51 he says wabasha boo boo boo La Nina Holly, the angels gave the good news of a child that is going to be a knowledgeable child.

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So is happiness of Allah said knowledgeable his smile a lesson of Allah said forbearance and someone who's tolerant What do you learn from this? Well again, so Allah you look, this marinara salon is that individual who stays in Makkah who grows up in Makkah, his children in Makati, children's children and Naka and they carry on his progeny starts until Mohammed Salah Larsson is born

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Okay, now is harmful as salaam he stays in sort of Iraq or round Philistine around that sort of area. And later on from his progeny are most of the profits and the bundle is for him.

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The children of his half Elijah are what we know as some of the Jews today. They are from the the seed of his harmful Islam through Ibrahim Melissa Ibrahim Alayhi Salam Salam had two qualities inside. And this is this is amazing, because what a lot does is that he gives you set of genes, and then from your genes, or from your father's genes or from your grandparents genes. He'll give some of that to one child, he'll give some others to another child and give some others to another child. So sometimes you find a father who's strong, who's, you know, very strong, who's, who might have a temper, who might also be very, sort of, he might not be strong. You might have a temper at times.

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But the father might also be someone who's really jolly to get to know disease. His son has got a very good laughing mood and I got a good sense of humor. All right. And he might also be a thoughtful person. You might get a father like this

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Four qualities. And then you see he has four sons. Yep. One son ends up taking his temper. Yeah. As in, he's got he's got more insight. And another one has the sense of humor. And another one has got, you know, who's who probably, you know, got got that thing of being strong. Another one is the one that is thoughtful.

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And his genes, they sort of, you know, manifest in different children in different ways. And you can see this in families. A lot of that does that with the briner salam, he had two qualities, amongst many different qualities. He was a very knowledgeable individual. And he also was forbear he is one, he was one who would think a lot before he's, he did or said something. And he was an individual who was one who is if something happened, he would be a person who would, you know, like you got some people who start to speak about their troubles and the eels and whatever else is happening. And there's some people who don't speak, who got it all in there,

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who are internalizing it, but they process it, and they're strong, and they managed to overcome their ills and troubles by just processing in their mind. That was Ibrahim Isola.

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And I'll tell you nothing. You think? Does anyone here know? anyone whose name is Ibrahim glanza?

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Good, keep your hands if you know more than one individual is?

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Good, good. I like that. I know quite a few.

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And tell me this year, those of you who put your hands up? Is it true or not true? That the range that you know, have these qualities that I've just said?

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Put your hands up answer

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that they're the you know, the intelligent people behind them.

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That they strong people and strong minded people. Put your hands up? Yes. Good. And put your hands up if you think that they're not the type to just come and tell you all the trouble straightaway. Put your hands on.

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But anyone disagree with me with any of these qualities? pretty handsome?

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Wow, look at that.

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Wow, that is amazing. There's a

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there's all of you that I think the amount of hands that went up was probably by 11 to 12 hands. Some of you kept your hands seven, eight of you knew more than one gram and none of you disagree with me. And this is the lesson, which is when you name a child. See, most parents don't want to name a child, they're going to name it because of something that they like to hear.

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They say like, Oh, I like the name Selena. I want to keep his name cinema. Or like the name. Something like I don't know what it might be might be.

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You know, the common name. Sometimes people move away from them, they look for odd names, whatever they want to, you know, like, or something that's simple on their tongue.

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I like the name, I don't know. shinomiya. So I'm gonna just call him Shannon. Because it's really easy for me to say two syllables. shinomiya. And as two syllables again, so it's really easy for me to say, right? But what they when people come to me and say, What name chef, you know, my wife's giving birth to a child. Can you choose a name for us? Or which? No, do you like these names? Or give me a name? Most of them say give us a name. To what I normally say is? I say what do you want in the child?

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That's what I asked. And then be shopping What do you mean what we want in the child? The child the child? I said no. What do you what qualities do you want in the child?

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Are you looking for a strong one? Are you looking for one that's more tolerant? Are you looking for one that's more you know, intelligent? Are you looking for one that's got this quality that because you can have your own qualities? Haha, you can't choose one name and it's like the super baby Superman. Right? You can't do that. You gotta you gotta you know each name has got certain qualities, good qualities and some weaknesses inside them. You got to know that. So what if you do as you know, the way we just looked at grandma's house, Ron, Tony's here. Do you guys know of someone named whose smile brianza

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is my name for the smartphone. There's quite a few

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those of you who know more than one smile brianza

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does have a good 456 Yeah. Now tell me is his smile.

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The smile You know, are they people who are tolerant forbearance are they people who rather take the pressure on them and do things to please people? Yes or no? Tell me?

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Yes.

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Anyone disagree with me?

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No, disagree.

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In fact, one of my brother's name is Mike.

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And that's a quality

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When you look at in the Quran, what does Allah say? I number 101. He said, I gave Ibrahim Hassan, the good news of having a forbearing child.

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And that was his, this was his character. He was forbearing. He was an easygoing guy. And only smiling only easy. Now, sometimes you might disagree with me and say, No, no, I noticed. It was not that easy going well, you can look at the second name and his third name.

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So if you get if you give an individual just aside, like that, but if you give them strong names, you call him like, Omar Ali.

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You know, Omar was a strong individual, and he was a strong individual, and you give you smile, you're gonna balance it out, or you give Roman Ali actually, Ramadan is quite strong, because it's too strong.

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And it's going to make him a bit more of a, you know, more tough character. But still with some forbearance with some tolerance aside, why because again, in the name of smile, and you might sit there thinking, nah, yeah, I mean, a lot of shy, you know, I'm saying, I'll call him this today, he changed a lot is a whole nother text. I know that.

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I'm telling you, in fact, there was a chef in India, who

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shefali Rahim Allah, and somebody came to him and said,

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My child, you know, his, he's got, you know, he keeps on getting ill. So the she has the name. And the name shown that this type of person will have you know, as in the person who takes him this is him or will start to take troubles about them. So the chef said, change his name to Sally. Sally means one who is

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one who's safe from illnesses and other things. I wonder parents change the name, slowly, slowly losing the citizen.

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I'm serious about the shoe Hunter is across the world. And you want to test you want to do a start, start looking at how you can start looking at abdulah start looking at, you know this thing, that name and that name and stop seeing the characters, the characters of these of these characters of these people and start seeing what's common between them. And then look at the individual amounts of Sahaba, who had the name or look at amongst the ambia. Hooray, you see those characters in them as well.

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Right. So for example, is how anyone know and his heart

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and

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the few of you these are all common names.

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And tell me this is that is hoc, an intelligent individual Yes or no?

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Yes or No, in fact, will be a highly intelligent person. Yes, sir. Tell me, tell me yes or no. Hands up. But if you disagree with me hands Hands up. No.

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I know, a few is hearts. They're all highly intelligent. But the other thing is that they're introverts. They're people who like to stay to themselves. And I've talked about the quality and finding his house. They don't say much. When they do talk, they can and they know certain things, you know, with good deference, or they've got high amount of attention, but they're not very, very talking to people. Unless, of course, you know, a second insert and balances things out or something different, it's got to be careful in looking at the different different names.

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So you know, where it gets really interesting is, when someone's looking for a wife, or husband, they're looking for qualities, and they know the names and the characteristics. I'm not gonna go into that right now. But I'm just giving you a tip to think wow, that's true. No wonder, you know, my husband's name is aroma.

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Now, one day, this is a case where I'm gonna leave that to you guys to look at later on. But it's amazing, what I mentioned about them. And the qualities these two children had of evangelism and the qualities their children had, this is now going beyond the reference of the foreigner why would Allah mentioned and operand why might you say that the Quran is the Quran is a book that is every word has been precisely selected and put in there. Why would Allah? You know, why would you not like to say I just gave him the good news of a son. That's it? And then I gave him good news and other songs. That's it? No, but what are the quality of haleem? And why do that because he wants to tell

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us now let's look into the history. What happened after this man, let's look at the people that came in the project of Israel as the Arabs that came along. They are they are people who've got forbearance and tolerance in

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the UK or forbearance and tolerance and silence.

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And they're ready when you go to the Arab lands and you want to learn generosity, man, you're going to get generosity there.

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Very generous people. Right? When you look at this heartless a

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lot of them became who we know as the children of Israel.

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And you look at their qualities, they're very highly intelligent people.

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Some of these people who are in, you know, in Iran, the Holy Land with Jewish people, they've got high intelligence, my friend, they have some of the most sophisticated people in the world today. And look at the father mentioned, the

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most knowledgeable child I'm going to give you and his his grandchildren start to take off with his, with his quality bar, what is the purpose of Allah? When Allah mentions his 911? And he says straight after that in one or two and one on three? Is that what is sitting there the same piece he's trying to say? And I've seen the dream that I'm slowly for the sake of Allah, what do you think? And the answer that he says is funny, he says, you have a tumor. Just go ahead and just do it move on to some of the patients. Yeah, that's what he mentioned about experiences. Now, when he mentioned his uncle sam, he says, I gave him this is number 112. Or version now who is half an IBM

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you know, sorry, him, I gave him good news of his heart as a prophet from the, from the righteous people, or baba, Allahu Allah, his heart, I gave Baraka blessings to Ibrahim and blessings to his heart, warming me at the Hema, and from their progeny. Sin they will be excellent people, while volume enough see him will be an outrightly outrightly clear, you know, oppresses who will oppress themselves,

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listen to things from the children of his heart, all the wonderful people, some of these, you know, Jewish people and, and wonderful Jews out there, and I'm not making this up. Don't don't dump them all in one, you know, thing and label them not some usually the most wonderful people in the world. But some Jews out there are the most horrible people in the world.

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And this is our number 113 of pseudo number 37. And again, you got no hatred against Jews. It's a fact. And you have to fake that and what was horrible as the Arabs, but you know, what?

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You don't like? Yeah, you

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know, the thing of, you know, just go do it. That's how the Arabs are.

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Arabs, you know, they're not there are people who are planning on sitting there planning and planning and planning is that

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they like just just go ahead with the flow.

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Go ahead and move flow. But the quality of the services what that does such a general such a nice people, but if you get on the wrong side of an arrow,

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and you try and do this with any smiles, you know,

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and put your hand up if you disagree with me. It's my, it's my, it's my emails, I'm saying Yeah, but you know, yeah, they are tolerant. they tolerate the forbearance, the forbearance, and they won't show you the anger.

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But it's inside and then you know, you move up at a similar rate, one day

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is gonna boil and he's going to come up. And the day his minds get angry, you don't want to be in front of it. Put your hands up if you agree with

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if you disagree with the quanser.

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Maybe you don't know who the hell knows his name is Matt says, you know, I'm talking from experience. And I've got other other smiles, I know. But the smile. This gentleman here put his hand up, he's got a brother has a smile as well. The day they get angry is that Whoa, it's like just just leave them to themselves. So the message here is, you know, my Arab brothers, they're very tolerant, they're very tribal, but you get them kicked, you kick them and you kick them you kick them that day they go, you know, go on, bro.

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Come on, brother. So tomorrow, they say, Are you gonna watch out my friend?

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Because they didn't don't want to think what they're gonna do.

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That's the house, you know, the arms. But, you know, the seed of this malaise? And when

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we're not saying that irrational people, we're not saying that.

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We're not saying that we're saying that there's different qualities in different people. And when you get that amount of intelligence like what you sakala salaams children had, what can you end up doing you can end up like the Quran said you can end up being excellent with your intelligence or you can end up being corrupted with intelligence. And both of them are found in the seed of Israel. So

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there's something some some of these

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Jewish people across the world, they're making technology and they're doing things to the world that the world, you know, together cannot offer enough thanks to them for their failures. But some of them are doing certain things that the world is saying, you know, when we put them down,

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and we'll get rid of them. That's how so on the map. So anyway, my point here was that

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our children are going to take over what we have, and qualities that we want inside design, you know, sometimes you think, right, that, you know, okay, I'm going to name this child is in that child, and this child is, you know, the power of allies, the heart of Allah ended the day somehow, you know, the quality, you've got just kind of fits your name, you know, I'm saying that kind of fits your name. So

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you have that you have that thing that you want to do something somewhere, but you got to understand the power of Allah, and the and the fate of Amazon. So now let's move on. What I wanted to say also with this is the fact that

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the bush law or the good good news that allows virtual gifts, now he gave the good news of his smile. So after Sarah gifted hajra, to

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Elisa, and, you know, he had he had his child now, there are narrations that say, you know, there was a bit of jealousy and so on, because Salah who was the most beautiful, she was really beautiful. She didn't have children, especially reaching old age. And she sees that the grandma son has got a son from the slave girl that she had. And she gave away. And they say, I love all of them. Because of the tensions, imperialism had to move one wife away to America.

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Now, again, this is a profit is the profit Now, again, I'm not saying that this is true that there have been bad bickering going on. No, no, we're not saying that. But if it's because of any tension that might have arisen for one reason or another, the lesson we learn here is, you know, sometimes you have to is better that you separate them, and you put them in different places. If you've got more than one way, and again, I'm not telling you in a licensed in the west to go and get more than one wife. You know, I'm saying that brother, yeah. Otherwise, I want to get this right. And that right, and I don't know what else in the mind, you're taking stop questioning me? Yeah. So I'm just

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saying, whatever is allowed. If you have two wives, then it's best that you put one separate and the most more independent you can make the other wife, the better it is for you. Right sisters, at the bank for your sister listening again, you know, I hope you don't sort of start, you know, I don't know, write me horrible messages, whatever. I'm not saying that. What I'm saying is within the Sharia, you look at it. The lesson here is, if they're too close, and they've got tensions, then sometimes it has to move up. Now.

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When Sarah has a very beautiful woman, she's reached old age, and what's happened is that she's actually gone through the stage where she cannot have any children anymore.

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Just got to that stage. And in Brian lesson, I'm still asking Allah for children. He's asking a lot for children. And what happens is that allows him to says instead of hoot, I will be 69. He said, Well, aka Jaya una Ibrahima de Boucher. And when our messages came to Brian as a messengers, who are these messages, these messages are actually angels. So there are angels who came dressed as men. And they came as really really, really handsome looking at. We're talking about super handsome.

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Why did Allah send super handsome men this way? Right, because they're making a stopover to embryonal salons place before they're going to new tanning salons place. I want to go to loot allies last place, they're going to be the talk of the whole town. Because the mood lesson plays you got some people who just want to see their own agenda,

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if you know what I'm trying to say. Alright, so Allah said, so the most handsome men to them because he wanted all of them to come and to try and you know, get their little flesh on me. And in the end, you know, there's a serious incident that happens with the city of Luzon Salaam, but this is not the session for Lutheranism. So when I get to that part where lucara is coming, I'm gonna cut off there because when I cover letter and I'm gonna cover that so this handsome young men come now, he doesn't know that they are they are angels. He just sees some beautiful, nice handsome men. You know, they come now one of the qualities of his resume is this now, first of all, they came in they said a

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Salaam Alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh. He said walaikum salam wa barakato

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and he said, Okay, sit down, and family law, visa and Java as your agent in hmis.

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He did not wait to go straight to the back tell his wife that you know that calf we've got because he didn't have you know coughs or something that you want to grow and they become a you know those of you who know about farming coffee some something that you want it to grow because you know there's a there's a lot of expense later on you know to get a cow to give birth is not an easy thing you know, you got to go through a long time does it be any of you guys used to farm any of you?

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Yeah, my gosh, Alabama brothers good. My father used to do farming back in Bangladesh and I spent one year there so I know about this. It's not It's not easy to get a cow. You know, to give birth to a calf, you have to go through some every have to wait you have to wait till it gets better. And then that calf you have to spend time you know, nourishing it and nourishing and nurturing it and so on. And then you want it to grow to full full grown. So you know, cow full grown bull, right? So to actually go to go and sacrifice a calf is a big thing. You wouldn't do that. There's no there's no way you will do that. You'd go and sacrifice a chicken for your guests. You will sacrifice a gold

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for you against you sacrifices. Now. What What made you go to the bank and sacrifice a calf? It's because most likely, and that's what they say. Most likely he was rearing cows. He wasn't really in goats. And he was rearing chickens or anything else. So he didn't have any other thing to offer them. Except that cafta was there so he said straightaway, let's do Saba so he did that straightaway skin did straightaway boarding in and what his wife did is his wife roasted the whole car.

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is something you know when you have barbecue meat and it gets a calf that needs gonna be more well. It's gonna be tender. A lot of brothers know about me. Yeah, meats gonna be tender because it is soft. And if you roast it, Allahu Akbar mother just put this whole session away now go inside at night guys. You're gonna get hungry I'm hungry too. Yeah, now he boarded roasting and only knows the honey. You know, he was he was a cough and he was freshly roasted and it was hot and steam is coming out of it allow aka straight to his guests. Now what did he do?

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What he didn't do was to say you guys guys you know okay you hungry? come up with something on cover back then get something for you guys which would be the normal hospital anyone would say he didn't do that.

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Tell me more Tell me why

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not tell her Why you didn't just go and he didn't ask them and I just bought in front of them.

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And one

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in my case is in good manners. Because if you want to offer something to someone or for the question and can tell you that it thank you Bravo. is good man. The best of man Aziz forget you ask you ask someone someone's gonna say nice Okay, now you know maybe they want it but they're gonna feel like you might think that they're being greedy they came to sneak in your house was cooking Brava you know, I smell the fuels away contohnya you know, say Enya, bring it over in a rough they don't want you to think that what they want is they want you to feel that you know there's there's none of that inside them but there might be hungry but they might not express it unless you sometimes have to say

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you please please please you know Come on. Let me bring something else off. Now what's better is the brother saying here is that you should bring

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that's the best way you can you can serve guests like the guests came to your house. You just bought the tea or you bought the vehicle bought the other stuff, dinner rice, whatever you bought in front of them is like, you know if they're really not hungry, they won't eat. If they're seriously hungry, don't eat or they'll eat a little bit but at least they'll have a little bit yes or no.

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At least we'll have a little bit but if they are hungry then Mashallah, you just did the right thing. And if you bring on roasted fresh calf, Allahu Akbar Yeah. Hungry one other thing was what was really

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strange about these people is that he didn't recognize that now he was living at this time in a place where you'd have to travel out to comprehend and then what happens is placed in front of the now what would happen normally that you get kind of smile, you get responsive, Mashallah, Mashallah brother. Please didn't have to do that.

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Oh, yeah, that's what these guys what they're doing is that they just straight faces. They sat there. Just looked at it. No smile. No, Mashallah. No, you know, well, come on whatever. They just sat there. They just looked at him. Fallon Mara idea who

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lattice Li, when he saw that the hands are not even moving to take the food, Nikita home, he thought, This is serious. Can you imagine that you're in the middle of somewhere where people have to come up to reach you. Right? And these travelers have come the country's house has been so generous with them. And they're looking at him straight faces, not a smile, not a not a twitch not battering anything and there's, they're just not even putting their hands towards the food. He says something evil has has come to his door.

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You know, Keifa and he, you know, fear, an internal fear is not hope again, what is the loss? Allah says he either has an internal fear inside him he didn't express it. hope would be that you're expressing you on the outside, he felt is that there's an internal fear you're not showing it but you're fearful of the consequences of why these people are here.

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But they're angels right? So Allah already told them what's inside environment I said I'm so they said straightaway not to have

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don't don't fear

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in sin Illa coma.

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We've been sent to the people of

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salatu salam.

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Now when they said

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that

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one motto, our EMA

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Morocco his his wife was in the background, but she could hear everything.

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And when she was statue standing in the background, so they couldn't see her she could see them but she could hear them

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when she heard that these people are not even touching the food and then going to loot alehissalaam City.

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She put two and two together. And it's like they're going over there for hot

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sex. Y'all

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are here to go to the city of Sodom.

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What

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not like,

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but she laughed, okay.

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Because these, the pious people don't laugh with their mouths open. But she loved. It was more than a smile. She loved Subash Shanna Javi is hot.

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So when she laughed,

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they had come with news for her as well. So they said, You, the wife of Ibrahim, we're giving you news that you're going to have a child named his heart.

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And after his hard work, there's going to be another child. He's going to give his wife's going to give you socks wife's gonna give birth to Yaqoob they said that together. Now when they said that she repricing

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Whoa, this is a woman gray hair, wrinkles on the face. Now she's to a pretty woman. wrinkles on her face. She's gone through menopause. She's not gonna have any more children. She said

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what? woman like me is gonna go through giving birth to a child. Can you imagine like if you tell an old woman Yeah, you're going to give birth to a child? What? I'm going to give birth to a child

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when I'm old.

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And here's my husband who's also in ER beyond his 80s or whatever. He's an he's an old man. nightline law, you know? So she was in LA she this is this is really strange. First you get these men coming in. And then they you know we give them food and

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then they want to go to the city of Santa Monica really handsome. You know? There's something funny about that. And the next thing is that these these men tell her that she's going to give birth and when they told her this in Surah Zarya for Sukkot what haha. He's

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you know,

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she slapped her face with both her hands as

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a woman and what have

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we learned something from this? Apart from the other lessons we want to gain from this we learn from this look.

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What's that? And the fact that environment sometimes fearing fearing men or looking at others so much of this

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this is body language.

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The Quran teaches a lot of body language. Now people are shocked. They do that right?

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When people are happy to go,

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we will a Saturday.

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We will and we're

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in all the senses, body language. And the Koran talks in several parts of it you'll find body language and love to put all these different verses together or body language and put it all together and show the beautiful integration of the Quran given body language, because it shows the reaction of people physically to something that they've heard and the feeling of elementary, right. So what happens is that she she does that. And they said to her,

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I use surprise because of a command of Allah. wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh Aleikum Allah L by

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the mercy of Allah and the blessings of Allah are on you the people of this house or people of this house in Abu Hamid Majeed from LA is most praised in our lives was glorious. So what what they did is they said that you surprise that was was gonna have mercy on you normally, he can't have mentioned in old age, it was a shocking thing embarrassed and shocked as well is he's still gonna get a son at this age and his wife's gonna, she's buried and she's still gonna get best. This was a shocking thing. But notice this what what what these angels say they say rock not lie he was Wa Barakatuh la ahlulbayt they he is the evidence that whether you're giving salam to one person, two

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people or more you always say As salam o Allah in Arabic normally for one person to say cat, Salaam Alaikum Salam Araki and for today's news As salam o Allah Kuma as what you say is more than three or more is to say salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa to but for this phrase, a Salam alikoum. Even if there's two people because there's only two individuals they're addressing here, and they said a Salaam there's a record low workaholic, animate, they said that this measure of like Baraka is upon you now. They said the mercy of Amanda Baraka, there's a lot of Baraka in this and Allah has given so bahaman la, this one child pops up is

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dead. He has a son, Yahoo. And Yaqoob has 12 songs.

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Okay, this is now Baraka, you think sometimes you have only got one song, oh, my one son only got two son, you don't know what behind them two songs. You don't know the other one, one son or even a daughter sometimes Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. He had who living out of all the children

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who they are living for all of his children who lived

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Fatima villamagna. He didn't even have a son that lived. But from Fatima King Hassan, per se, and from Hassan Hussain Allahu Akbar.

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It's endless. How many people have got the lineage to you for

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how many people have come from this whole thing? Sometimes a man left with one daughter and they think that I've only got a daughter but you don't know what's behind that. And you don't know how many seeds Allah has put inside there. And this is this is the lesson we learn here. Allah says Baraka to aleikum. The Baraka is upon us, meaning that this sons is going to come out there's going to be a huge amount of progeny. And you know what, most of the MBR came from the sacral SLM after this, through that see most of the MBR born through the seed of Yahuwah Salam after this. And it's amazing how how allows that does that when he wants to hit the bottom anyway, this this

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store, what is it teaches it teaches us

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that it is how generous Ibraheem alehissalaam was and one of the things about generosity is that you gave a new gauge and you gave and you keep on seeing you come back and he was in combat you see he was in combat, and that's what the prophet alayhi wa sallam told us, if there's anyone who feels that by giving the losing, then all you need to do is that the gift Allah is giving you trying to give back give back into you see how much on the back of his money, you give you give you give you see how much Allah gives you back with that. You see how long somebody gives you back and whatever it is of the blessings of Allah you spend, you will see a lot of them will give back to you and that

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is that is one beautiful thing and you will test it. Once inside this mastery as I said in Juma as in you guys give this amount every single Friday for next few Fridays we'll see Baraka money. I had after the sixth week I did a test the other attorney brothers, who testified that they had a lot of Baraka because they gave the increase the amount of giving and they noticed that Barack Australia without comes inside. So if you want Baraka in anything of your

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of your life, then then you just give that thing and you you

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You know the quality of last season sort of area. So the 51 item fantasy series, that calf that he wrote that he brought to the table, it was a calf and it was roasted, but there's another quality of luggages he says it was a fat calf. It was a chunky fat calf. This shows the extension of generosity by you and your guests and you're gonna like give them something give them man give them ALLAH forgive them in a nice day. You know, sometimes you go and you you know some guy who's cooked a pillow or a biryani and you're eating and you think man, where's the meat like you're trying to fish for the meat

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you know, if you go into someone's house if someone comes to your house give them the best you can you know I'm saying that because you will find Allah will give you the best Allah will give you the best seriously there are people I know who when they cook for you is not about the limits of what they really try to look after you like I'm here giving a whole fat calf to a few guests whole fat cup he could have gotten got some vegetables and give it to them

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gave a whole fat calf to them

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and when he actually this this part of the program add something more when he

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put it near to the robber who la him he put me into them he said errata kulu Are you not going to eat now there's another thing that we learned from him which is called La he actually took the you know the you know, the guest comes or I guess come the host comes and you know you've got you've got your plates and dishes and all over here. There's one thing of generosity which we learned from the reminisce which is you put the items closer to your guests. Not that you're going to stop the plate with everything you know, some families go Ott and over the top some mobile is over the top line you go to his house you try to eat especially the seductive I'm going to come and sit and I'm going to

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go sell it like you try to eat and then they'll put it straight on your plate you know some rice is no please don't do that you're trying to eat that and then put another whole bunch on you play some calories on the season. So you try to move the plate away and then they'll come without you realizing slightly they'll put another whole bunch on

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you thinking man

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seriously damaged my liver or somebody's going to damage my startup man. You know, you don't really come to the internet at the same time and be kind but you're thinking you know it's got to be over the top and they're thinking at the end they've got a common phrase a common phrase of if you go to sit at the mall in house after they stuffed you proper stuff. Talking about the yard probably seven cards on the table it's tough to see the highlight a napkin You didn't eat anything

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You didn't eat only me that didn't eat anything. My screens are hurting me Brown is like whatever the toilet may Allah have mercy on on the sewage system. When I go there, you know saying and they're saying to me highlighting is a big Gong Ott the ambience, generosity is different. The ammianus are you find this here and in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu. When you look, what they did is they put it forth closer, but they did not put it on their actual plate. And they did not make them eat it or force them to eat it. That's the generosity. So first if you want to bring it without even telling them and second is you want to try to get it closer to them because if it's

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closed economics used to be embarrassed to eat in your house.

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And the and the

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this part of the code 51 resident 29 number 29 is the part when she actually slaps her face in shock. I mean like you no surprise she was really surprised that this was the case called Lukas ality Allah Rob buki, they said, that is how Allah has already decreed it. This is what your Lord has said, in Nauvoo, who will hacky Mullah Ali, he is one who is most wise and his most knowledgeable. Allah humma hot welcome. saloon, they said, they said, What is now why have what is your reason why you're here? Why have you been sent? What is the real purpose? And that's when they tell you Brian when I said as Rob, about going and destroying Islam city.

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Now what liberalism tries to do is he tries to rationalize, and this is another quality ruler. Again, this is not the time for it is not about Lutheranism. furbo, we don't understand what happened when Ibraheem alehissalaam you know, received these words from them. And he's like, Okay, you've given us good news about me getting a child and that child is gonna have a lot of Baraka and my wife's going to give birth and you know, he's from Los Angeles all fine, but why are you here?

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Different references in the Quran about this. One of them is in

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the

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20 Jews of the Quran. And again, you know, every part of the Quran is so wonderful because there's a reason why I mentioned that particular evidence on there. There's a reason why Allah Allah mentioned this pattern that just to give you just to give you a quick thing is if you do the pseudo uncovered pseudo number 29 where the story is about grandma's house I'm receiving this this news Yep. If you look at it, it's all about hatred I so love migration, and that's why it's mentioned that by the way, while trying to use at the end of the revelation I'm sorry, I'll try to say to you why the story here and why the story there and go through a bit of that inshallah. But right now, Sudan

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Caboose, and number 29,

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verse number 31, and number 31. So surah number 29. is number 31. What am I have to do sudo. Now, when our messages came to you, Brian Boucher with the good news, good news of his high cholesterol. And they said in a move liko we have here Korea.

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We're going to destroy the city, the city of Sodom the city of Lutheranism in Allah Karbala me mean the people are very impressive in their Allah NFV. Hulu for that is what the Bible says he says, but what about

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he's a nephew of Iran. And he's he's residing in a city is not very far away. And he's saying but Lutheranism is in the news concerned about his nephew being in there. Because if Allah wants to he can destroy a nation and he can destroy with all the good people inside. So the first concern came to him was that what about my nephew? What about just you know, being in the desert?

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Allenby when we know better about all the people who are in their lower forget noodle restaurant, we know every single individuals with the knowledge of Allah azza wa jal that has given us we know every single one of them. At least these are the survival This is a last system. You're thinking about one man, they weren't afforded by everybody.

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This is such a big lesson. You think about light and the law there was this disaster here? You know, why did this happen? Every man was calculated every woman every baby, every single one was calculated. This is Allah.

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When it comes, why was the baby kill? Why was this person killed? Why was that person letter why this person come out of the rubble out of 10. After 10 days, this was all calculated for from Allah from beforehand, before he even sent the earthquake before he even sent one of the punishment it was they said Nana alum women here we know about everybody who's inside, you know what that means. That means you don't sit there and try and worry about a few people, you know, a lot of worries about everybody.

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A lot of worry, as even I'm not saying a human worry, as in you know, da da, da, da, da, da, da trying to say that the way you might be concerned about one person, Allah azza wa jal has 70 times and maybe 1000s of times more concern on Rahim, and Rama and mercy for his service than me, you and all the mothers put together. He knows why this is happening. So let's not try and get you know, why'd this disaster come? Do you think this wasn't the case? Allah would know why disaster isn't coming. Today, you get all these philosophical questions, you know, why does Allah do this? Either? He cares.

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He cares, but he hasn't got no power to stop it. Or he has the power to stop it. But he doesn't care.

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Me me me, me me. So we've got the answer here. The answer you think Allah doesn't know what's happening on the earth? You think Allah doesn't have power? Allah cares and allows the power same time but he decides to do what He wills and he has calculated every single one of them what they say in this ayah and number 32 landing net gn know who we will certainly without a shadow of a doubt. We're going to save the restaurant and we're going to save his entire so we're gonna say router Isola, we're gonna say router. So are we going to save his entire family?

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his entire family and that also meant that is going to be the believers, the believers who believed in Lutheran Salah, they're going to say that this is given beforehand. What's the lesson here? The lesson here is

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so the hammer law you know, you think about it.

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Mm hmm. I said once he said, Man, you're roaming around the markets

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and you don't even realize that the janaza cloth

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that is going to be cut and wrapped around your body has already reached the marketplace.

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You're here happy aroma you freedom, amusement, or whatever. And you don't realize that the janaza cloth, a white roll of cloth that is going to be stretched out and cut. So that four pieces of free piece of fibers, whatever are going to be wrapped around your body, you don't even realize that it's reached the marketplace

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to death just round the corner. Now, this is the lesson we learn from him, which is hilarious. I'm standing here he's hearing that a whole city is going to be destroyed. His nephew, I don't believe design there of digital SLR. And he's worried and they say his whole family in America cannot really, except for one woman who was the woman, the wife of Newton Isola, she's not going to be saved. Again. He's not talking about going through the story. But what I was going to say here is just to give the description of how driving has served reacts because what a believer does, what do we learn from this? If you know that Allah azza wa jal is this has decided to punish a city, you

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still as a human being, can have no mercy to the good people inside them.

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So I'd even like to feel sorrow that this is going to happen. This sorrow is a is a is a good thing. And it doesn't mean that you're unhappy with Allah, it's a natural feeling you have that love is going to destroy this entire city. So not lucky Bryson is feeling his feeling sorrow and grief about this whole place is going to get destroyed by tomorrow is going to be destroyed. And he's been told about this today. Now there's another part in the program that deals with this, again with brian ross Ross Ross.

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And this part is

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this part is in Surah hydreigon yo the beauty of the Quran every time he says something, it reveals something else, right? So what happened is

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what happens is when a man by feabhra him 51 and number 51 of Sudan number 15, one five, so Allah says Oh, Prophet tell you Oh, man, I didn't tell them about the guests of Ibrahim Al Assad is the hawala you when they came into the came upon into his house, they said Assalamualaikum Kala in Kumasi, Lu, whence when he gave the food, and then they didn't eat, he's actually said,

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we sense fear from you people.

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A kind of fear watching what you learn, is that a terrifying a trembling, trembling, you know, evil. alatau just said, Don't tremble. Don't Don't as in don't don't have that kind of fear in Alba shirakami.

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We're giving you good news of a knowledgeable child and intelligent child as asaka which I've said he said, before we got the reply from his wife, which was

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right now we're getting his reply. His reply was a Basha Moni Allah Allah Sanjana keyboard Thank

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you giving me good news when I reached old age. What good news Are you kidding?

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Me this news. Oh, man. I'm Oh man. And I think my wife is also bad. Give me this good news. When I've reached his receipt, all Uber shanaka will have filata camino caliente like he wanted he is, you know, this is one of the things that when you know that, when you know that allows you that is gonna give you a blessing. You kind of know that. You're gonna hear it for the second time. You're gonna hear it with certainty. And there's nothing wrong in that there's nothing wrong. You're really really nice if someone says to you, Professor Lawson said this and you heard it and you really find it really interesting. He said Really?

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He said he's like you know

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it's not you're not doubting it all you're trying to do the surprises that

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wow, is that

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really factory again like and that's what it was here all over shanaka Villa hockey Villa takuna. With told me we give you the good news of the truth. So don't become of those who despair. Don't be one of those Allah Romania cannot despair. This is he said,

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Robbie, who else will become despair from the mercy of his Lord in love Baldwin except those who've gone astray like this based on what is fair what he really was like.

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Wow.

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You know, some of you guys you got news and you thought it takes time to sink in. I'm old and I'm getting a son anyway, he said Alfa Maha Cuckoo. How

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Senator Warren what is the real reason why you've been sent? And that's when they say that we've been sent to a criminal people holding him would you need a criminal people who save all of them, except for his, his wife, Matt Illa, Morocco, Casa de la Donna Suharto law they say except for his wife, we limited her

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What is Catherine? other means to limit when our last caller comes over, you can do what you want, but you're going to be limited. What is that limit? The limit is when everybody else is going to get up early in the morning and leave the city of La salon. She's also going to leave it but you know, she's gonna feel is leaving the city.

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She's gonna trail back, she's gonna walk slowly dragging her feet with his thoughts inside, but what she doesn't realize is when the city gets hit, she's gonna get hit with them because she's traveled far behind a lot. This is a limitation of what happens when you feel sometimes that you know colorable law What is it when you want to know what the color of a law is limited? Sometimes Allah will take his enemies somewhere where they think is good for them. are they feeling one way and Alonzo generally will just use that opportunity to

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you know, just they're just talking on the media right now was the whole point of going in Afghanistan.

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We told you that 14 years ago man we told you not to go in there you know that concept? That concept is in 2001

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they said you know this is a Palestine is a graveyard

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graveyard you come here you

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you come here

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because the Russians they they know the Russians can make the graveyard they're the people before the Russians can they've been in war for 53 years 53 years the Spanish mela Have mercy on the people of Afghanistan the army

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and they said to them honestly Afghan official said to them you can't here is going to become your graveyard

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and they went there I don't know what the maybe was the gas pipe was going from Russia to some other place I don't know what reason they really had to go and get those Bedouins mountainous people who just live on rock I don't know what reason but they made this whole story about Taliban and either we know we know how much of it was lies now

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now the took the troops out one by one moving another lost British troops are leaving you know what to say now? They're gonna go back in now

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you know go back to the graveyard again and go back out again. Don't mess with those people don't mess with them.

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Yeah, and and you think about it they said you come over here is going to become your your your graveyard.

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And they didn't listen. They didn't listen. Now. The thing was, what are you gonna do? I'm thinking what did they gather? They cannot

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refuse. They have made massive losses, massive losses. On the on the from Britain, a massive loss isn't going to apply stuff in America that made massive losses.

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And this is now the token by the old tourney in. They're doing research. They're doing PhDs on this. And the saying it was a big mistake to go inside there. I wanted to do a Dharma Allah just as he said here, I limited them as in I made them go in that direction. Sometimes you think he might be, again, somebody you think we don't want this to come down there sometimes a lot does this because he's going to bring something else on top. Now lazily, they're free all these countries and allows to keep on, you know, keep people, the people at bay. Anyway, what I was trying to say to you is that what we learn from this is Ibrahim alayhi salatu. Salam, he had this news of this, this on his

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heart. Now what was his hapless again, we'll come to the end of apps on time, but it's gonna have to finish environments around first and then we want to use half an hour or two or three hours. But before that, we're gonna have to finish up neutral, so I'm in between, but what does there's still a lot more verses to look at. But the lesson we learn from this is the forbearance intelligence, the strength, the generosity of The Revenant salon. And, you know, most of all, is that Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam Salaam was was an individually mighty individual who molars and he loved and he loved so much that he mentioned his his praise in the Quran and he makes all of us know when we say the same

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sentence and a lot of the problems on the last of them so long scileanna Muhammad, Allah Allah Muhammad Kama, some

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Later Allah Ibrahim Ali Rahman You know what? Well you know why is that because the radical revolution come second to Mohammed Salah in terms of the advantage and why is that is because of the sacrifices that he made. He made the most sacrifices after Mohammed Salah Lhasa, and because of that allows us of JV that mahkamah gave him the rank. And you know that there's this sort of, there's this revelation that he gave us some photos revelation of beautiful words. We'll discuss that next week in our session inshallah, and we'll go into other sections on governance, and I'll see you next week.