Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 35

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 35_ Ishaaq and Ya’quub by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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many Bismillah recommend Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala see the number Amina Muhammad. While the early he was avid running Sierra Madre

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we come to a

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another new session of a new prophet or fue Prophet sallahu wa salatu salam. So what we did is we did Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam. And then we went on to mention Lutheran Salaam, then women went on to mention srivalli salaam. And that was all because he Romana salons nephew is literally alone. And not very long after Luther restaurant came schreib and hlm. So we finished all that off. And now we revert back to the lineage of Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, and we carry on from there. So the lineage of your grandmother salam, as explained before is that he has two sons is Marley, Ceylon. And he has his half an h&m and from his smile, a salon, there's no other profits that come except

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for Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam after many, many, many centuries, and from his heart Li Salaam, the second son he has, this one is blessed with many prophets coming under his in his seat. So he has straightaway jacobellis Allah yaku is now the grandson of Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, and then from jacoba salaam, he then has 12 songs, and of those 12 songs. One of them is Yusuf Ali ceram. So that's going to be another story that will come along so use varicella is the great grandson of Ibrahim Elisa. Now, under Erasmus alum, we discussed quite a few things about his married and his half alaihe Masada. So none of those things are going to be covered here. But specifically, on his

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half realize that I'm going to say a few things. And then specifically on Yahuwah, I

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want to say a few things, and not too much. And then we go straight into the story of use valid salah and the story of use of Allah Salaam is going to be, you know, one that we'll spend some time in because it's a whole entire surah. It's almost, I think it's half a use of the forum dedicated to the whole story of use of Alexa.

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And it's a beautiful story, and it's got a lot of a lot of psychology, it's got a lot of mental thinking, people's behavior and how they behave with one another, all that more or less can come shala. But very briefly, just to mention about isarco, Islam, then Yahoo, and then use later.

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So on a salad salad we've already mentioned

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in Surah number Surah 11.

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If you look from Isaiah 60 is 70 or 71 onwards, you will find the miraculous birth of his heart calendula were the breadwinners, Adam had those people come to him to give him the news about the destruction of Luca leitrim city. And his wife was in the background. She was listening. And then briber salaam was gave the food to the angels. We've covered all of this under the story of environmentally sound. And then they said, well, we're giving you good news. And the good news is of his heart and then his wife, who was was barren, who was old, she, you know, she just was shocked and she kind of laughed and she hit her, you know, cheeks had a shock and then that's when the angel

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said Atocha venum ambi la hora de la hora de la man bait. Are you surprised with the with Allah's command? And are you surprised with the fact that a lot of drama His mercy on you at this age and his Baraka and his blessings on you at this age, basically at this age is not in the, in the Quran, when I'm adding this to give you the idea why they said that, elevate you other people have this house household of a prophet of Allah is continuously going to show his mercy and His Baraka blessings on you. So this just on this point, when Allah azza wa jal wants to bless someone, there is nothing and no one that can stop that blessing from coming in. And when Allah decides to give the

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blessing, no one's there to tell Allah when a blessing comes in. And sometimes you make a dua

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and the DA doesn't come about

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Except after maybe 78 years,

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100 years. And don't forget, when Brian was around,

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he passed away. They say he was hungry and 20 years old.

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120 years old. So this was his old age must have been around 100. Around that time, Sarah

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will be alive on her, his wife, who's the mother of his heart? She must have been.

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We don't know for sure. But maybe 90, maybe 8090 100. At the age when she had this child? We don't know. Okay, it could be any, you know, whatever. He could have been a 7080. I don't know. But it definitely, she was an old woman. And she gave birth to his hakala Islam. What this teaches us is that not to give up on a dryer that we're making. And there could be a dryer. And I know some people who've made the dryer for chifa for the ACU. And I know one particular person close to me, who told me that they made

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for chifa, and for cure of a pain they had in their body, which the doctor said is going to be a permanent pain unless they have operation. And they made this drug continues for 14 years until Allah accepted

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14 one for 14 years.

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So the message to all the brothers and sisters out there is that you could be made. And you might think, Well, why did you take 14 years? Why do you take 14 years? And this is the question we want to ask here, which is, why did Allah decide to give this child to Sarah, and to arrive in a salon so late, he could have given it much earlier? Well, we know from the story that we wanted to cover and reminisce around that

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she couldn't have children. So then she granted a gifted her slave girl to grandma's Lamb who he fried and then got married to and then he had, this was Hydra, he had a smile as a nun from her.

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What was going through sobre la Hana all along that whole part was a great test,

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that you're a beautiful woman, she was a very, very beautiful woman.

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But beauty doesn't get you everything. She was a very beautiful woman, they say that had beauty was was something you know, it was outstanding, when you could see a woman in many, many, many 10s of 1000s of women and she will stand out.

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Now, having the beauty and knowing that he very seldom loves us so much. And having that hope as well that I'd be able to get a son or a daughter from this great profit, and having that hope and then for Allah then to allow this person to have that hope for so long. And then that hope comes of nothing. That hope comes of nothing.

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And then to watch her husband's still making dua. This was the thing about profits, then we'll come to the career later on later on. Zakaria, Allison actually mentioned he says that nama has gone white, my bones are weak and feeble. And, you know, I'm at this age and my wife is barren, but still Allah not giving up on your mercy. Still, I know you're going to you have the power to give children. And this is the this is profits. So for Sarah the alarm to go through that whole life and to be tested, nothing she was tested for was the patience that patients that we would give a person. And another thing is that when you have a child, when you have a child after a long time, the value

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you would have for that child is going to be something beyond anything.

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Then like it's like if you didn't find water for a long time you get a hold of water, every drop of the value. But if you had water straight away, then you don't have the same value as the person who strived for that water. So this is one thing that allows really tests us and He gives in a he teaches us patience, perseverance, through the fact that he didn't give it to us and I've said this and just to mention it as a Kiran as a remembrance is that if Allah gave us everything when we wanted it,

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then would become spoiled.

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If you always just raise their hands that are low on this, and I got it a lot on this and I bought it.

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Well, yeah, I said I am there. You know, I'm there. I'm saying I'm close to a

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Like and song shilling hi I can. Yeah. But if Allah gives me Sometimes and sometimes doesn't give me then I know to remain humble. Allah, I know to remain humble. And that is a that is one of the things that Allah teaches us. And he doesn't have to give me you everything. He gave Salah with a lot of beauty he gave her made her a wife of a prophet, but it didn't give her a child until she came to life. And let me give john so that's that's one thing. Second is that we've already mentioned about

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the fact that Allah azza wa jal, whenever he mentions Brian, when Solomon is mentioning his progeny, he mentions a lot of times on and about his hair collection. But what he doesn't do, what he doesn't do is that he doesn't go into detail about his heartless and there's only a few sort of

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brief mentions that Allah has about circulation. And I've mentioned this before that there are many prophets that have come to this earth and not every single one, but I mentioned only 25 of them have you mentioned that one and of the 25 that I mentioned before and not all of them got a lengthy mention is going to brief brief mentioned the poor and so one of those is is heartily set up so

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Allah azza wa jal in in Surah Maryam surah number 19 is number 14, as you can see here is that when when,

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when Ibrahim when I saw some he moves away from his nation, and he says that I'm going to stay away from whatever they worship. In terms of idols. Allah says what happened a lot who is haka wire, who I granted him his heart, and I granted him yaku. Now, it's interesting that Allah azza wa jal says that I granted Ibrahim alayhis salam is Hark.

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And then he's supposed to say, I granted his heart yaku

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yes or no. And if I say like your grandfather, in alabaster, your grandfather with the Father then Allah bestow your father with you. Isn't that right? That's, that's how it should be. But Allah doesn't do that. But Allah saying, we'll have an Allah who is haka way aku I granted a bribe, and I sat down with his heart and yaku with basic dimensioning the sun and the grandson together. Why did you mention that? What was the hikma was the wisdom in this what do we learn from this? And then Allah adds on what couldn't learn john and obeah and each one of them I made a profit. And what this teaches us is just because you've had a son doesn't mean that your son is going to carry you see.

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Think about it. You had a son, you got excited and humble after all, he you know, he gravitates around, okay, fine, he's got his violin ceram as one son and then he you know, imagine from sort of the allow Hannah's point viewpoint that I've now we've got a son at old age, but what guarantee is there that that son is going to have a seed, your seed following through? If it's our calendula, for example, he didn't have any children. That's your whole generation finish there. Your project gets finished there. So whoever we are, because we've got sons and daughters today, there is no guarantee that those sons or daughters are going to get have other sons and daughters Rasulullah sallallahu

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Sallam had four daughters of the folders, only one gives birth to two sons has an RSA. And that's it. There's no other children coming from, you know, this, this one daughter is old, the other three daughters, they passed away his sons, they all passed away.

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So they say Nikon to one understanding of the seal those seven children in the province of Muslim, four daughters, three sons of them all of the pathway, except for father, now out of Fatima, the law on how she only has two sons out of those two sons, Allah blesses them so much so hon Allah, you know, it's until the day of judgment, you know, that children will be found. And that's the lineage of the province of Lahore. So I'm going going through but my point is, that while I mentioned first is Harken, jacoba gave to grandma Salaam is because the grandfather might think that my seed is now continuing just because of our son, but that might not be the case. That's one blessing that Allah

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gave Yaakov after his salesianum and then a second blessing is Allah says wakulla and Jana via I made his heart a prophet, and I made Yahoo a prophet. A second lesson. What does that mean? What are the teachers just because you had a son, doesn't mean the sons got to be pies.

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That's another thing. You get excited I've got a son or a daughter I'm getting really a Mashallah, Mashallah.

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We've done no Holly Sam, before he had, he had a son that was uncovered on disbelief until his death, he was in disbelief and no Alison even turned to Allah. So just because you had a son, doesn't mean that he's going to be pious. Now this The second thing here is, this is a prophet Sam we're talking about.

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Unlike still saying, we're gonna be in certain places, says, I made them solid when I made them, you know, pious people, why is Allah saying that is that it is a last favor on to us that our children become guided and they become righteous. And we obviously have to put a means there. But we have to also bear the fact that Allah is the one that can do this. So why I mentioned this is there are unfortunately there are pious people, righteous people amongst us whose children don't become righteous. Why not? Because I'm one of the key factors is that the companionship of father to son wasn't of all father to daughter or mother to daughter, the companionship

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was not enough to transfer the character and the religious persona of the parent to the child, there needs to be enough companionship enough time, real time, I'm talking about human to human relationship of the father or mother to the daughter and son over time, and then they absorb things from now, again, on that point, please think whoever is listening to this, again, this camera is recording whoever's listening to this think, how much time have you actually spent with your son or your daughter, as opposed to the time they spent with other people, or the relatives of a friend's school, the TV technology, and whatever else is out there in the world, how much actual time has

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been spent? Because one of the things that allows them says is how is Ibrahim al salam, he passes on his, his legacy through his son's son, and then to his grandchild. So this is mentioned in Surah Baqarah surah, number two,

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and number 132. So Allah says wasabia, Ibrahim

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Ibrahim alayhi salatu. Salam, he gave he left a a rasiya he left a will for his children, for you and for yaku. So what is this?

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He said, you have any? Oh my children. So this is like his heart, his smile, Allah salla salam and the progeny. Okay. Yeah, Benny, are my children in the LA house for Fila Coumadin Allah has chosen for you the religion falletta move to LA and to Muslim on duty do not die, except that you have completely submitted to Allah, you become people who have completely given themselves up to Allah. This doesn't mean that this ayah here doesn't mean that you just become Muslim before you die. A very, you know, shallow translation of this verse, there are already Muslim. There are already people who've accepted you know, the faith of Ibrahima Saracen. So what does it mean when it says

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don't die never know don't don't ever think of giving to death except that you become Muslim. In this ayah it means until don't die until you have given your complete selves to Allah. So you have submitted to him in all your aspects of life, you are in accordance to what Allah wants you to do. That's what submission means submission like for example, let me just give you an example. Like somebody who goes to the army when they go to the army

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any army in the world Okay, so they go to the army The first thing is that they're going to go through some training and the training is going to be now this guy's got to be beaten into shape. How they beat him into shape is a kind of throw you about all you know, they don't allow you to just come down and say you know get up when you want have the kind of breakfast you want. You dead tell them what kind of breakfast you want. Our time you get up they get you up and they want some time for in the morning. And when they say get up. You will have to get up straightaway any guy in bed when he said you know Sergeant comes along and says Get up any garima Whoa, there's gonna be a

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hosepipe button today, bro. Yeah, we know this vigorous training they go through and you know they have to stand up straight. Every time the SR come they have to put their hand up and you know, they train them they train them until what until they've lost their will.

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Like basically they will only fit

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According to what the what the senior wants him to think. And they are so they have to become so patriotic that they'll do anything for their country. That's what an army will teach. You know, that's what you get you go through them. So four years of training, and they don't you know, they don't think for themselves when they're out there. That's how they've got to become, they've got to give up everything so even if they, even if their ego says Look, I don't want to do this man is cold out there. I don't want to go out there tonight. I don't want to start looking after the camp tonight and strolling and, you know, going around with a gun in my hand, I could die tonight. They

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can't think like that. If he said tend to go out, and while everyone else sleeps, they're out looking after the barracks, then they have to do that. And they will be trained to do that, regardless of the cold weather, regardless is raining regardless, they're wet and hungry, they will just do their task that is submission.

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So what what does this mean with us here? What this means is that Allah azza wa jal is, is is given us a you know, he's given us a dean and the dean means the religion means that in all aspects of the religion, we train ourselves where we were able to just think, as Allah wants us to think what does that mean? That means that Allah wants us to get it from you just get it from father

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no lazy attitude get it provided Allah wants us to do will do now we will do now Allah wants us to remember him remember him Allah wants to fast not eat now we fast we don't need allowances to behave in a certain way we allowances to suppress anger, we suppress anger, allowances to speak up. Now we speak up now. That's submission. That's full submission. So when we know what we're supposed to do, and we do the corner submission, so this is what reminiscent of me saying to his children. Now, what's mentioned here is Yaqoob. So he gave it to his children, and he gave it to jacobellis. Allah, He gave this was he and his legacy he left behind that look, make sure that you know, you've been

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chosen for the team to make sure that you are fully submitted to the team. Now the next verse is interesting. Verse number 133, of surah number two sort of Bukhara Allah says, I'm coming to Shahada in hubba hubba. No, over you're not present. When death came to or the time of death came to yahoo. balasana Time of death came to Yahoo. And this is the grandson now, Jaco so he's already given his legacy to his heart, and Jaco was there. And then, later on, Yaqoob grows up. He has his full life and Yahuwah Salam comes to his death. And this is what Jacobo HRM is doing is Talabani. This is now jacobellis strengthening his children matter metabolome embody. What is it that you come to worship

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after me

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that the the sons of jacoba salaam are now replying, they say, Naboo Ilaha, we will worship your

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Lord, your God.

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And the God of all your forefathers, Ibrahim and Islam, Islam, and Islam is heartless. And so Ibrahim's their great grandfather, his smile is the grandfather, you know, uncle, kind of grandfather to the sort of no one wants to beside his heart is their actual grandfather. Right?

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So it's Madison was the grandfather's brother, he learned how wahida He is the same load of all of these, you know, great grandfather, grandfather and father and so on. Illa Hawaiian is on one load one Allahu Muslim on and we have submitted to him. Now you can see how jaqua seven comes to his death and he gives it he calls his sons over, and it gives them this, this gives them this this this great advice. Now, what do we learn from this? We learn from this that unless we as Muslims keep up in every generation, the same or better than what our father our father or our grandfather did, unless we keep it up, it's going to finish

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thinking about it, unless we keep it up. It's gonna finish it's like basically, just imagine that somebody in a house in the fireplace, got some log of wood

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because real nice, big, big globs of wood.

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And they, you know, lit the fire in the fireplace. And the house is really warm with the log of wood that had been placed there. And this person who lit it, he knitted, maybe Australia after sunset. So he lived the place maybe about seven, eight o'clock, and the house is nice and warm. Yeah, we know that the log of wood is going to burn

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And you have to kind of turn it over now again, right? If you don't, then it's going to just diminish. So he turns it or he's going to sleep by about 1011 o'clock so he goes to sleep.

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So another person in the same house, he comes in the house. Now if you want the house to be warm for the full night, he has to bring a fresh log and he has to do his part and put that fresh log in there on top of the other fighters who do the burning, if he does that, then for another two hours, or well you know, Mashallah Alhamdulillah The house is gonna be nice and warm after another two hours one o'clock so while the guy comes in, you know, his shift is finished, he comes in if you want it to be warm till the morning then he has to put a you know, whatever logs he has to do his duties and put those loads of wood on top because the previous one the first one, the press seven,

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eight o'clock, his log is burned right down to almost ashes as a glowing Ember inside the fireplace right now from what he put the second guy what he put there, you can see it's burning, that's fine. But if you want it to carry on burning, you got to put another level on top. What does that mean? That means Look, guys, you know, our I see this quite a lot. And I'm, I'm pleased I'm trying to I'm trying to say something which inshallah Vivica will kind of wake us up? I've seen the generations that have come before us to this country. Now, you know, we talk about the the Muslims that came here in the loads, they came in the 60s in the 70s. A lot of them came sometime in the 50s.

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What made them so religious? Why were they so religious? You know, they went through a lot of a lot of stuff in this country. But what made them diverge is what made them religious was the environment they lived in the culture. They were in the fact that they had to, they had a whole Muslim environment around them. Back in the countries where they came from. These are our grandfathers were talking about, right? They they had a complete different life to the sons who were born here in the 70s and 80s. So when they came here, they had grounded religion, a lot of them were, you know, in their faith in the aqidah in the beliefs that were well grounded, because they used to hear

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talks going on, all night long. You know, back home, sometimes we gather together that talks online, or you're relating to what I'm trying to say, yeah, you go back home you see they gather together they bring all the people together, start after McLeish and they will go on to 12 one o'clock sometimes a little further. And this is an irregular basis. So even if you want it to be deaf to Islam, you can't be deaf to Islam. Even if you sit in the bazaar and you try and play with your friends that mic blasting over there Yeah, with the wild on the slamming the CIA is gonna get in there somehow. Right. And when you got in this country is in a van is heard all the time.

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As I'm in the morning, I've handed off another evening. And even by mistake you'll end up in a machine somewhere.

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My mistake because you're traveling and you want to use the toilet to you know, wash your feet are you in a worship, where's the best place free place mustard, mustard, every town, every small town has got a few mustard. So when you go to the bazaar, right, you stop there. Best Place to stop is a Masjid, you stop there, you can wash up for free, use the toilet for free. And then you

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could worship Allah for free. And

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even by mistake, Islam is around you. And if you walk around, you see the stomach hatches in Islamic clothing, you see the Islamic people and you know, they'll be talking about good stuff. And yes, you get the ups and downs in this type of people, but you're surrounded by it all the time.

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You're surrounded by all the time. That's how they grew up. Then they come over here they have the children and the children don't have the same experience.

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Children don't go through any of this. That's why the children who grew up in the 70s and 80s they grew up different to their dads and their moms very different. And you asked the question why well this is the reason how much Islam was there in the in the face of the of the grandfather or the father now and and then this children how much and then this generation has another generation. Now if each generation doesn't pick itself up, if the sons were born in the 70s and 80s Yeah, don't pick themselves up and say you know what, I need to discover my religion, I need to find out where it is I need to get into it. I need to you know, I need to learn more I need to pick myself up. Just as my

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father picked himself up or not. My father was lucky he got it all around him I'm, I'm a person who needs to go out there, go to the Masters go to the Holocaust, go to the you know, wherever it is because in this country and the West is closed, it's enclosed spaces. You've got to come in the machine, you've got to join a course you've got to get and click online. You got to make that mission. It's not all around you all the time. If I don't

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do that, then unfortunately, it's going to come down now hamdulillah a lot of these brothers, we see sisters, we see even if it's late, you know, some of them by the 30s, some by the 40s, they kind of click on the thing, you know what we need to turn to the religion. And they do.

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But you know, just as they will week, you know, the The sad thing is that there are children who are born in the 80s, or 90s, or perhaps the 90s. In zeros, their children get it worse, because times have moved on. And situations have changed. Like, if you look at the life of the 80s, in this country, you didn't have most of these gadgets and things that are going around to take people away. We didn't have that. But now that the children born in the 90s, and the zeros, they're born with the internet around them, we were born with internet routers. So, you know, when we had to study we had to study with real books. Hey, they were the fun days, man, you have to actually pick up a book B

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double. Okay, if you don't know how to spell that, yeah. And open the book and read the book. And and benefit from these days. You know, kids, they've got all this man cousins say they want to look up a word in this time period. type you didn't type it in. That's what he's type type type get a quick, you know, quick, quick, quick information. And so they're getting a different. Now again, the question is, if they don't pick themselves up, if we don't make sure that our children are picking that up, just like that guy who comes in, he puts a log in, if he doesn't put a fresh login, that faith in my family is going to go down. It's going to finish. That's where it's Ibrahim alayhis

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salam, he makes sure that his children are on the deen. Then he's there to his children, Jaco is Allah He does the same thing. Then Yahuwah has been his grandchild comes to his death. And he does his big children. What are you going to do after me? Leaving this legacy behind? Each father concerned about his child, his grandfather's concerned about the grandchildren? And one you know, one was the one thing I would say to all of you is that, you know, if we have one person, at least, at least one person in the family of every generation can spend a long course in a madrasa. So you go to Madison spend about six years and you learn Islam properly, every generation I'm talking about

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so so the father's You know, he has his children. So out of the three children or something, one of them goes to another side. But out of the three children, each child's family, the next generation, each one goes to a mother. So if that doesn't happen, then unfortunately, you can see a decline that generally comes in. And it's very, very unfortunate that now we've got children, grandchildren of the people who came here in the 70s, or the 60s, their grandchildren Now, many of them that far away from the day. Some of them are very close to the religion, and some of them are far away from being and if you want to ask a question, why is because each generation never picked up what it's supposed

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to have done. Now a final verse regarding

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is harp alayhi salatu salam,

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which I've mentioned before, but I'm just going to give the reference again, here is Surah number 38. And number 45, was good or bad and it berahino was Harker. Why are Koba UI ad well, Uppsala law says, Remember Muhammad and remember read of this Quran, remember my servants Ibrahim, and his heart, and Yaqoob sister, grandfather, the Father, the child, or the grandson will add one other saw they were people of great strength and great vision, great strength and great vision in a class now whom we highly sought in the club that we completely freed them to remember nothing but the afterlife. What does that mean? That means that all three of them had moments Ibrahim, his heart and

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Jaco Valenzuela. And all three of them had long moments they spend, where they completely remember the Acura, remember the Acura, Acura and they strive for the Acura. Now we need this remembrance in our lives to bring us back to reality. And brothers. I can't stress this enough that you know, if you sit down and you remember the acronym for five minutes, you'll have one effect. If you sit down remember that for half an hour to have another effect. If you sit down remember your death in the ACA for one hour in one spot, one hour in one spot, just you and your Acura and how it's going to be what are you going to do when you get there? Your actions and going into another law firm you know,

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questioning the grave and the you know the whole experience of being in a world where nobody cares for you. No one not even your father, your mother. You know your brothers sisters. If you spend one hour in one sitting thinking about just the Africa you have

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a total different effect. So I'm asking you, brothers to listen to this is that to follow the legacy of these prophets, Allah says Allah subhanahu crada they purely, Allah says I purely freed them up to remember the clock down to remember the afterlife because remembering the afterlife makes a person want to change their own life here in this world. Sometimes if you sit down, I'm saying this to you and please experienced this. You have told brothers and sisters do it and you can see the effects when they come back to you. Like one of them said that

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when he remembered the Acura for so long, I don't know how long it was maybe was 3540 minutes, whatever it was in one city. Obviously, he was crying. After about 3540 minutes, you sitting down just remember in the afternoon, after 3540 minutes, he opened his eyes.

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And he kind of hitting that He's here.

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He's in this world.

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Now you can get that deep into the memories of Africa that you kind of, you know, I'm here, I'm here.

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This is a while I'm here.

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I'm switching to artificial life. This is artificial guys. This is artificial one. When it really hits you. You see that that world out there after death is the real life and this is the artificial life.

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And when it hits you, you think wow, you know like, man, where am I? What am I doing? Person seriously wakes up? And then Allah says in number 47 of Ceuta 38 were in the home or in denial, Amina Mustafa. Finally, and surely, to us, these individuals, Ibrahim is hot and jacobellis salam, let me now move for final. They were the most chosen, most chosen and best of all our servants

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because of the fact that they spent that time remembering the accurate remembering getting back to Allah and what they strove for thereafter. So, let this be you know, a reminder for us now, a part in Surah Baqarah surah number two is number 136. Allah says,

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Allah says kulu say this man Abdullah, say we believe in Allah Wa, ala Elena, we believe in everything that has been revealed to us meaning to us Muslims through Prophet Muhammad Allah Allah Azza wa, ala ala Ibrahim, we believe in everything that was revealed to Ibrahim and escena why he smiled and was revealed to his madness and what his heart and was revealed to his harkless in a way October and was revealed to jacobellis as well as Bob and was revealed to all the children of jaqua salam, WA Oto Moosa and we believe in everything that was given to musasa we believe in everything that was given to a solicitor about eu t and V union Robin, we believe in everything that all the

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profits from the law there after he received it, land and federally kobina hadn't been home, we don't separate one profit from another profit when a hula hoop Muslim moon, and we are people who submit to Allah so jelly in all of this. Now, why did I mention this after they mentioned in the Quran, is because just because it's harmless, Adam has a small mention environment, so there was a large mentioned, and jacobellis Allah has a bit more of a mentioned and it's academic Quran. And of course, you civilization as a massive mentioned, doesn't mean that we now start to play this game of Oh, yeah, that one's better than this one. And that one's better than that one, no, we only give the

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preference of one profit over another profit according to what Allah has already done. And this is something that I've already covered beforehand. And so there's no point of going to that, but what does this teach us? This teaches us that you know, pi t pi t is not something which you and me can just,

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you know, say just based on what we see. So, what I want to mention, you know, from that is that Allah has mentioned all these prophets, we don't we don't make any devalue of one prophet next to another prophet. Right? And we give every single one it's, it's, it's, you know, it's credit that Allah has given and the greatest credit that they have the factories and the prophets and the best of all people. They're the best of all people who have walked walked this earth anyway. So that's is heartless, and I'm done, and more or less jacobellis lambdin, but Yahuwah Salam is not fully done yet, because now we're going to enter the beginnings of

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about Yusuf alesina. But before we do that, there's a few things about the Aqua lesson that I just want to mention.

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A few things I mentioned the Yakuza and then inshallah next week, we will do straight on from Surah Yusuf

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I will go through the story of use ally ally Salaam bit by bit.

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One thing is that Allah had gifted

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the family of a brand with a salon with a special gift. That gift was the interpretation of dreams, interpretation of dreams. So this is mentioned in Surah. Number 12 is number six. And when useful seven sees that dream, his father Yahuwah Salam tells him that Allah will fulfill this on you as a favor, oh my son that you will be able to interpret dreams and come and attend. Just as Allah fulfilled it. Allah either way,

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on to your both your forefathers before you Ibrahim Ali salam, and it's hot, and who's speaking, it's jacobellis. I'm saying this. And why is he saying this? Because he already has that gift. So he's not mentioning himself here. But he's got the gift because he's the one who interprets useful asylums read to him, and tells him what it is. And this gift is a special gift, a separate thing that Allah gave all four of them, Ibrahim, is Hark yaku and use filenames and after the interview, the gift of interpreting dreams. Now

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what I want to mention in this last 15 minutes, or 10 minutes before we finish is that

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dream interpretation is not you know, there are there's many different levels of it. Okay, just as you can find many different levels of doctors, you can find many different levels of doctors, you can find a normal GP and you can find a GP you can find a GP that's just passed and it just opened up and you can find a GP who's had a surgery for 10 years you can find it use it for 20 years. You can have one who's added for 30 years Don't tell me the GP who's just come and just open his practician is the same as the one who's had it for 30 years Don't tell me the Ricoh okay the ones that have for 30 years is God experiencing these made these mistakes my friend Okay, he's botched up

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a few people right?

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got things wrong here and they're seeing things gone wrong and he's not you know, every teacher goes through that as well I'm as a teacher myself, you know, you make mistakes and you learn not to not to go through those same mistakes again. So experience gives you one thing but there's there's also like you go to a GP, your GP sometimes will send you to a specialist. If you go to a specialist, the specialist there are many different levels again, you could go like let's say for example, you've got a condition of your heart. So you went to the GP the GP looked to you examine you he says okay, go for an X ray go you know, let's see this. Okay, fine scan. Okay, fine, I know there's a problem

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I'm going to refer you to a special department so you go to a special department now within that department there are different specialists

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and if you've got a specific heart problem you can take a second opinion whatever the third opinion whatever but then eventually you can say you know what, I want to go to a higher doctor this you can get then the most special person who's specific with heart disease in the hall of UK near for the hollow London in the UK and you can then find if you really want to go high up you can find a specialist in the whole of Europe v specialists in the whole of Europe like this guy basically he looks at something I forget you doctors man. I'll tell you one thing about this that you know Allah has created those kind of specialists now again with with your condition of your heart you got a

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heart and you whatever it is you know just give an example

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you got to go to some specialists now below the GP there's also levels another GP below him there's also levels

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in your house every cause a doctor man

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to allow guys something's wrong with you say they say oh, that's wrong with you. I know there. Yeah, I think you know, you're not wrestling properly. You're not doing enough, which is fine. People can give you advice, but that doesn't make them doctors does it? Or does it make them doctors? It does. That's why you know like this Dean Alhambra. You got real movies. And you got these. Every household almost his brothers. Sometimes even a chef is asked a question he's asked us the question here before he can answer it some Joe Bloggs in the crowd. He answers him in Wow. You know, man, I'm better just get up from Missouri. You know what's wrong? Is everyone's we can move to these days.

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Everyone wants to give fatwa. I've heard this some stuff I just want to give it that's not how he works. Just because you heard the same question being asked. And you know, there was an answer given earlier. You can't just give the same answer

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and move

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Someone who's experienced someone who's specialist. He looked at the situation and he could give a different one.

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And let me give an example. I'm going to be an ambassador, the Allahumma his his, you know, the direct student of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So this is after the demise of the province of the Muslim once Abdullah bin Abbas is sitting down with his disciples and one guy comes in, and he says,

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Are Abdullah,

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does a

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murderer have the chance to make his Toba and repentance to Allah? Can he repent to Allah? Will ALLAH forgive him?

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So Abdullah bin Rama, Salama Anima said, Of course

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madra can repent to Allah, Allah Configure. So the person 1236 months later or so many months later, another guy comes, disciples, same disciples around him, guy walks in different guy,

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says Abdullah, does a murderer have the chance to repent to Allah?

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He says no, no, there is no tober for a murder no Toba.

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Allah

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says six months ago, or a few months ago, he says to a person he's got. You know, he's got a chance to do Toba. You can do the LAO should forgiving Sharla and this one No, no, no, no, no. Thanks. Now, guy walks away. And then the disciples say start we don't understand.

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Few months ago, you said one thing. Now you say nothing has the has it changed? He said no. So why did you give two answers? He said because the first person who walked in, I looked at him and I figured out the guy's already committed his murder.

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He's done his job.

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He's done his job. Now what he's looking for is looking for a way to kind of, you know, relieve himself of the misery he's got. So to that guy. I said to him, yes, he's got a he's got a way of doing Toba. Allah will accept meaning that I want to keep him as a Muslim. If I say to him now that no, there's no Toba. Right? He's gonna walk out the religion. second guy I looked at him and I figured out this man's about to do his job.

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The man in his eyes is gone. Anger

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from his eyes understood that his man's about to commit the murder. So he's looking for a fatwa to commit the murder. The first one came for a fatwa for you know, hands up, man. And I've done it. I've been there. Please tell me the way forget my to get my forgiveness. Subhana Allah and I'll be the one who's given the fatwa. You know, it's not you can't just take a photo and give it to anyone. Just because you heard the answer. The Mufti a real Mufti looks at looks at a lot of other things, qualities, and then he gives us photo based on so many things. I look at this, who would know from the disciples what Abdullah bin Ambassador Lama did. And that's the that's the real thing about a

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Mufti or a person who's given a fatwa. He has to take everything in consideration. So let me give you another thing on this dream thing, because the whole thing was about this dream.

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In a CD, in Rahim, Allah was known to was one of the best dream interpreters in this oma, one of the best. After the Sahaba was after the Prophet, Muhammad Allah.

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So if you see him is sitting again with his disciples, and a man walks in and says,

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He says,

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Yeshua, Mercedes said, I've seen dream, can you interpret it for me? So what's the dream You see? Instead, I've seen a dream, where there's fire under my bed, and I'm sleeping. So sleeping under this fire under his bed,

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was the interpretation of this dream.

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So if Misener Hang on, like I said, he said, You know where you saw that dream? Go to your

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go to your house.

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Go to your house, and underneath your house.

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You will need to dig if you dig, you will find some treasure.

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So a person went to his house under his bed, dug and dug it up. suhani Foundation Subhana Allah from a dream that is fire burning under his bed, to treasure law, how long Kosova halala

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another guy comes in few months later. And he says in the series I've seen a dream says what's the dream and I've seen that I'm sleeping on a bed, my bed and underneath it as far as Bernie is to go put into your house you for your housing and me I'm fine today. Like I ran through

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house and his house is on fire he put his house out of fire. I decide was a Whoa

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What happened? Yes two guys same dream one you tell him to dig and he finds treasure another one you tell him he's gonna be in fire

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what's your How's that? So you can see Romulus says as the US for the first one. He came to me he had his he had his green in the winter

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and the second one had his green in the summer. Fire in the winter is a blessing fire in the summer is a ha that is punishment

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genocided now Who would think of thinking of the winter and summer when did you have the dream? Now these are so many facts that a person who knows dream will look at a one dimensional this dream because you know you can't just go and pick up a book of dreams you know there's books or dreams in the in the shops man You can't just pick that up. I had a dream. Yeah, I saw I saw a scorpion. Oh god benefit Mashallah. Mashallah, Ellison? I don't know what we don't know what's going on? Yeah, you got to look at you got to go to an experienced person

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who look at several factors, several factors. And you know, there's so many factors. So it's not just about the in and the knowledge of what these books are like, you can read the whole of the Assyrians dream interpretation, you can read the whole of Rasulullah sallallahu Juan's and the MBs ones. And you can read the essay that

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he used to do it and the many Sahaba that did it and tabulating that you can read all of that, but it still won't make you the person.

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You need to also know the Arabic language you need to know poetry, you need to know a good deep understanding of the Quran and the Sunnah and a Hadith, you need to have that and after all of that, still you can't do

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there's one part which if Allah does investor, you, you don't become an experienced person, you can become a person. Look, by the time you've you studied all of this and by that if you study parameters, tsunamis, if you stay in the company of a person who interpret his dreams and so on, you know that you kind of hear Okay, these are the factors that I need to know about in terms of dreams, you can become someone who's okay to a level of what I said a GP

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fine, when a GP is not a specialist.

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A GP is not a specialist. GP is good for you know, giving you paracetamol.

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So no offense to doctors in

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general in general stuff, but it's not a it's not a specific a specialist in in parts of the body. He's not a specialist. So you go to a specialist, especially the way he will tell you what's wrong with your heart. The GP couldn't have told you the same way, the way when you go to an experienced person who can interpret dreams for you. compared to a normal person who knows bits and pieces about green. There is a night and day difference between the two. And I've met people in my life as viola, you tell him a dream. They'll tell you about your life.

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I've had that done to me. I want to share it in Bangladesh. I never met him before I went to a specific sort of dream. I went to one chef. He sent me to a second chef. So I went to the second chef has told him agree. The second chef who has experienced Indian dream interpretation he sent me to a third one.

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insulet in Bangladesh, it was in 1996.

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So I went to a third one. So the first one that gave me he claims he knows reinterpretation he came here, totally wrong thing. I was like your luck. Just like you know this guy who saw a fire underneath his bed and fix your law are sort of fine shape. What do I do? Well, if you don't know winter or summer, you can get it wrong. You know, I'm saying my brothers say that. So the first chef gave me a total something that was off. He gave me the Zahid. He gave me the most apparent interpretation. And I don't want to tell you the dream. Yeah, you're gonna start figuring my life out.

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So I was I was shocked after the first one. I was shocked. So some I mentioned to one of my friends, my friend said Lou, does another interpretation go to him. So went to the secondary. This was a shift, second shift. The second shift heard it.

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He didn't interpret, he could have interpreted, but it did. He referred me on to a third shift.

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So when I went to third shift, it took me some time to find this person.

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This person who's a valley of Allah, I didn't even know he existed. I go in front of him, and I just say the dream to him. And straightaway the guy starts telling me what's going on in my life.

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And I'm just looking at and thinking Whoa, and

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has to come back in 24 hours. I'll give you more. I'll tell you more about your green

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print why 24 hours because he's going to turn to a lot of them with his daughter. And they're going to ask a lot to open his heart to seek to have more basura and to have more insight into my dream. So the first day, he knocked me out by telling me about my life, like what's going on in regards to that dream, because that dream, he told me, the second day I came to him, he told me stuff that Oh, wow, this guy.

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He had a dream about me. That night.

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This guy turned to Allah and he prayed to allies or a dream but me.

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I'm seeing them singing Whoa, you know, you have people like this in the world. So when I'm this person, so Allah, you know, he does this real experienced person, he takes every part of your dream strips of it until this strip means this that strip in this district, this district mean this, he will dissect your dream, like a specialist, and especially dissect every section and tell you specifically what each one means.

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I'm blown away. I was blown away from what I you know, and then you reflect to the first coffee

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milkshake?

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Look, she told me the total opposite thing and it made me really, it really got me you know, worried after I got the first interpretation on the third one, I was calm, Subhana Allah, it means something totally opposite. And that's what happens in dreams is sometimes opposites. Sometimes it's different. Sometimes it's got nothing to do with what you saw. And what I want to say to you guys right now you're going to

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tell us who that person is. I'm gonna tell you one more thing before we end tonight's session. The last thing and then we've done

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real people who interpret your dreams will not want to interpret your dreams until you don't come in front of them.

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In person. They want to see you in person.

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This is a tradition with all the prophecies is a tradition of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam real people who know interpretation they want to see you face to face because when they see you, they know whether they will know whether you're capable of seeing that dream or not. So anyway, I'll talk more about this morbid dream and some stuff inshallah. We're gonna go straight into

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next week.