Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 37

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 37_ Yusuf part 2 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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Lavina salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So last week, we came to the No, this is the second session of use of LS Ls 11. In the last week, we came to Iron Man nine. And at the at the end of it number nine, there's this very interesting part where use Will I still have brothers, they mentioned two reasons why they're going to try and kill him. One is that they want their father's face to be the only one that gives them the attention. And that is really the the crux of the crux of all jealousy, which is they want attention, which I mentioned last week. And the second one was that when a criminal commits a crime, to make it easy for him to commit the crime, he has to justify his actions. And to justify the action what people do

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is people religiously, make things up.

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People religiously make things up, you know, so yeah, it's okay for me to do that. Yeah, because of circumstances because of this, because of that. And they might not have a single shred of evidence from the Quran, or the sooner to do it, but they'll make it up. And there are people who've done that time and again, so for example, if you know, we know the extent of just giving a random example, okay, we know that the extent of the hijab is that they should cover you know, the hair, basically all the hair, and with that, the coroner said to drop it on to the bosom. So that means that has to be covered as well apart over here. And you will find that there are different types of

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women who will justify what the extent of the hijab is and why it's okay for them to wear that type of job. So there are certain women who wear the hijab and they'll have the Muslim shrine.

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There are some of nahida Pooja on the show.

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The certain women that had the hijab revolution so part of the halal show some of them will have a very loose one so it's not even covering the hair properly it is you can see many parts of leather some that have a seat Liga some that are on the neck, like you know that's not really that's not that's okay. I cultures It's okay, right. So no, this will now you might want to expand that on many different parts of the religion. And there's people who justify like, for example, a thief who wants to go to steal

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and he's a Muslim He justified in his head

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and I'm telling you these criminals whether it's a murderer whether it's a thief He justified so what would a thief a thief will think to yourself?

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I just have Firstly, I just have to do this analysis after you know, he's like, man, I can't live like this. How can I live like this?

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Why should he have more? I mean, sure being distributed equal. I mean, he should have given me you know that what he's got, since he hasn't given me what he's got. I'm gonna go and get it.

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I want to go get it. That's the theft.

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And he's justified in his head. And I'll tell you one thing here. There are many thieves. When they come out

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the night out of their dough to commit theft. They say Bismillah

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I'm not joking. They say Bismillah they take a lesson.

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Why? Because they already justified in

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another example. Yeah, all these policemen that we know back you know, most of the countries that we we attribute it to a lot of them not all of them a lot of them take baksheesh baksheesh Bri

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call it halwa

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he so many names. Hallo. Which is the sweet? Yeah, the idea. You know, it's called a gift. Right? And there were so many different names for it but ended with the danger of Bri now the majority of the remaining of these countries are taking you but they justified How do they justify they just one of the most common thing is everyone's doing it socially okay for me to do. That's a justification of committing a crime that you're not allowed to do. Another one is that, that that I've got to do because if I don't do it

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I'm going to lose look silly or if I don't do it then I will be no one in this game. If I don't do it and I you know, how am I gonna? How I'm going to survive because everyone's doing it everyone's in it. justification or the most common one which most of these criminals make is the one that has said what to whom embody here common solder. Hey, that's straight after this crime, you're going to do Toba? That's the most common one. Let me just do it. Let me let me let me just do

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drugs, watching something with their eyes. They're not supposed to watch whatever it is. Let me just get on with the Roger.

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Once they've gone over the period of already said before they go into the sin, they're going to do tober I will make a proper

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did Allah say that if you make Toba ALLAH forgive your sin. So surely if I commit the sin and then I do Toba, Allah is going to forgive my sin. So they've already justified it before they commit the crime. And that's what the Quran says in Surah Yusuf number nine, that what a guru mean by the common Salah, and after that you're going to do Toba and you will become what the Quran is actually said is you will become a group of people that are righteous. That means you know what, we are going to do such a good Toba that never again in our lives, will we need to commit another crime or whole, you know, will become angels basically. Want me to commit any more crimes after this? And the

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shaytan makes them justify this now? What prompted them to do this? The big question.

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According to some tough series, like I said, last week, use what I Salaam was the one who told him about the green dream crazy jealousy. And then after that, they said what they said. Another one is that use of Allah He says, there's another seem genuine to see that use of Allah Salam did not disobey his father, when his father said, don't tell them don't tell the brothers about the green. He didn't tell them about the green. However.

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Now this gets interesting.

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How did the brothers know?

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If you didn't tell the brothers had two brothers not? Well, you don't have to tell the brothers for the brothers to know something, you don't have to tell someone for them just know something. You don't have to tell your neighbors directly for them to know something. You just have to tell one person who loves gossiping.

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Or the best parties, you know, when someone comes to me and says,

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I'm not supposed to say this to you.

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But

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I'm not supposed to say this to you.

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Yeah, this is what happened. Don't tell anyone else. Oh my god. So the worst people are telling you, if you've got a friend like that, that comes to you comes to you and says I'm not supposed to have said this to you. And then he tells me, don't you ever trust that guy.

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Because why?

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Because your secrets that you're telling him not to tell anybody else. He's gonna go and say, judge people for how they are with you. And this is a really good, you know, the really good measurement tool is that if somebody comes to you and starts gossiping bad about others, you know what, I don't have to keep my friends, I'm telling you this personally, when I see people come to me, and they want to straightaway talk bad about somebody else, and they want to join my circle of friends, and they want to talk about someone else, I will smack you know, I'll tell them straight away, that was not nice for us to speak like this, that's fine. But you know what I registered in my head. I really

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like that. And the way the person has just spoken to me in you know, with about others. And you know, basically, we're not talking about him coming to me as an Imam and saying, Hey, man, I'm in a bit of a pickle, you know, I want you to give me some advice. It's not like that. He's just coming to me. And they're getting champion champion and said, You know what, I heard this about this. And so he's going to tell you just called you know, sweet, you know, backbiting.

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And that kind of thing, you know, is not obviously helpful. So what I do is I read straight, and I think, you know, what, I don't, I don't want to have this person as part of my close friends or my friends. Because if he can do that about so and so he's gonna do that about me. That's the thing. If somebody comes to you, and and tells you a lie about somebody else, that they got away with a lie, then guarantee that person can do the same thing with you. You just wait just for a few years, and you'll see that and this is a good benchmark to talk down to routine to measure people. So what happens here is that Yusuf Alayhi Salam said it to someone in the family

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and that person you know, was Mashallah they could be a really nice person, whoever it was, and they basically said it to someone else. Eventually, it got to the brothers is okay. So that's a that's another

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another tip is

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That Yahoo Bella Sera, salam,

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he didn't give us a lesson on the entire interpretation of the dream.

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And I'm going to go into this now about a person when you go to them for interpretation of a dream how much they should tell you not tell you. But Yahuwah Salam gave Yusuf alayhi salam, many good news or, you know, piece of good news that he would already know that he's chosen.

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So in number six, when he said, What kinda like HGTV carob book,

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oh use So

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allow will choose you. Your Lord is going to choose you What this means is that your Lord is going to make you a prophet.

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Now how did he know that? Well, as I said to you earlier that people who know the interpretation of dreams can read a lot into dreams, okay? It's not a common thing, see, you know, normal people, they will not be able to see this the moon bowing down to them.

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Even if a past President sees the moon following them,

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even a person sees them dream the moon Follow me. This is a saint of Alaska. This is a this is a very crazy person who's going to be very close to Allah azza wa jal. That's, that's the moon because they're in Alamo Rukia. In the world of the science of dreams, there are things that

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that represent this world. And one of the things that the moon represents is, you know, great dignity that allows the region has kept for the person who has seen it, but to see the actual sun or the moon bang down to them is something totally different goes to another level. And it will actually make a person and it will give them the status that they will they will be a prophet, and he knew this. And he knew that Another thing is that prophets when they have dreams, it's going to be absolutely true. And the other thing that he said is that he knew from the dream that use wassalam would know the interpretation of dreams. Now what that means is Subhanallah it means that

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Ibrahima salon you the interpretation of dreams. And this thing is harkless alarm and Yahuwah ashram and now one of these 12 sons is going to be blessed with the legacy of Brian Grazer and the Prophet hood. And the seed will carry on which son is going to be it's going to be this some nice reveal through this when he said your load is going to choose you, it means that Allah is going to make your profit. And it also means that you're going to be the best out of all the children the most prominent out there and you will have the science of this knowledge that will carry on. And it also means another thing which is for those 11 stars to bow down to him for the for the sun and moon to

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bow down to him. It shows that Yusuf alayhi salatu salam has to go through trials because people don't come back to you seriously seeking your forgiveness because one of the things about the 11 stars bowing down to him is that you suffer as a lamb is getting you know he's able to see his superiority over his brothers in the future he's going to see a great superiority over them. And one of the other things that reveals that Yahuwah Salaam when he he's the son in the in the dream, as in the SU n that son in the green, so when he bows out it shows that use of ally Sam is going to get such a much arm and a station in front of Allah azzawajal that he will surpass his father

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he will surpass his father and you will see the qualities that allows Dell has been useful Isn't he navigate? jacoba right and just under names now I just want to tell you that if you know if you know the car if you know a few yacht boobs nobody told you about if you know a few smiles if you know a few is hearts if you know a few Rahim there, you see this this common denominator between them, whether it's going to be through the story, you see the character of Yakubu Li Sam being revealed and useful hasn't been revealed. And wherever you got a character of Yaqoob and you've got a character uses the use of is always more dominant than the apple.

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I want you to think of a Apple that you know and I want you to think to think of the use of the you know,

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put your hands up if you know Jacobian your life someone call Jaco and some of us up 100 you got to individualize that, you know,

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not many people 12345 okay

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six times or something now tell me all those people if you agree that the use of that, you know, he's got a stronger character than the Yakuza, you know, put your hands up

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and if you think is the other way yaku

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Stronger than the use of random.

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Okay, good. What jacobellis Amanullah have a stronger personality in some ways. But the use of will will be smarter in certain ways, who was smart in certain ways. And the other thing that you'll see is i'm not i'm not saying Yakuza is a soft, characterized got no strength, he's got great strength, one of the greatest strengths of Jaco is the inner strength. Right? I tell you nothing here. Those of you who know a use for your hands on God,

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Sullivan uses common area. Now, you know, put your hands up, if you think that that use of you know, is a handsome individual b&o

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is a beautiful, handsome individual.

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Okay, that's that's us, quite a lot of you out of the ones that you put your hands up, I wouldn't say it's all of you. But it's almost all of you put your hands up. And that's one of the characteristics that Lazarus gives these people is that you will have certain trends and traits of those people that carry that name. So what happens here is, and you will see the characters develop, and I'll make comments about the characters and whoever's name is Jacobian, whoever His name is useful. But one of the things things here is that the Son surpasses the Father, and the Father is very happy about this, that this is going to happen. Because he wants this, this whole thing of the

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breadwinner, and some seed to go forward, and to become better in each of the sons that come out of the progeny. So all these reasons are one of these ways that the brothers found out about Yusuf Ali Salaam, being better than them causes them to have the jealousy and there's one final one, which is the sum Pepsi that say, then it has nothing to do with a dream, it has nothing to do with them knowing the dream, it was simply to do with the love, they serve the father, to those two children over them. And that's what caused the jealousy. And from there, it all started. Now there's another one thing which is at the end of it number eight, they say in abandon a few Valentin will be our

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Father, you know, he's in a clear era, or our father is emotionally is emotionally, you know, gone astray.

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Now, why did they say this? This shows that when people see when people cannot mate, you know, they can't get their way. They'll make something up. Don't make an excuse. You're not gonna make one their way. They're gonna make an excuse.

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Doesn't matter which way they were. It's, it's going to happen, or it's going to happen. And basically, they want to justify what happened, and they will make an excuse. So basically, I'll just give you a story. Yeah, you wonder is just one of those fairy tale stories. But you know, just just for us to think about this. There was a wolf, they say, on a hilltop, under the lamb right to the bottom of the hill, top of the hill. And from the top, the wolf sees his lamb. And he says, that's it. That's my lunch, as my lunch. So he's already made his mind up that this is going to be his lunch. There's a stream that's flowing all the way down. And the lamb is drinking some water so the

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world can roll that down. And he sees the lamb says, Hey, you,

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the Lamb Luther bear? If that's how you

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You're the one

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that called me so many names.

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I don't call anyone names. Yeah. He said, What if you didn't call me any names? Yeah, you're the one last year last year, you was the one that caused me some harm.

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said I was only born six months ago.

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I wasn't even around last year, it doesn't matter. You must be the one that is creating some hurt to me in some ways, I'm insulting in some way. And therefore you're going to be finished right now. The Lamb before he gets eaten, says well, you know, one who's an oppressor, and he's going to do this crime, he's going to find any excuse to justify his crime. Right? So these sons, they, they they've got this jealousy. Instead of seeing their own jealousy, they blame their father, for showing his extreme love to the children. And that's what people do, instead of focusing on 161 of the most difficult things to focus on, is your own problems. And this sutra reveals so much about the human

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psyche. So what the brothers are not doing here is they're not addressing their own problem. They're turning around to others. And this is a serious human problem. Most human beings consider and problem today, you know, we've got a real situation in the world, where, for example, there might be certain governments are saying, Hey, we're gonna smoke you at your home. And those same goes

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Humans can't see their own problems. And the ones who are on the other side, they can see their problems. So no Muslims out there, some of the others out there, they can't see their own problems.

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And what happens in the end is that people justify their act because of the other. One of the one of the biggest losers game I'll tell you right now is, you know, if something goes wrong, you carry on blaming an enemy of the as a loser's game. And second is you blame it on someone that either is close to you, and loves you dearly. Or you blame it on someone who you don't even know whether they are around or they exist, but it's someone out there that's doing it, right. So for example, when you blame it, when you blame it on someone, someone else, what you're doing ultimately, is that you're just taking away from yourself, this is never your fault. It can't be your fault, you

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justified. And this is what the what the children are doing here. The thing known as dads for dads fault, he's the one that he's got his love so much for the for the son, he's making us do this almost. I mean, it's not. It's not us, it's him, his love is getting in the way. The second thing is who they blame, they blame the Father, the father is so close to them, the father loves them, the father feeds him, the Father gives them so much. And they're taking this all out on their father that his The problem is the cause. When it's not even the Father, I'm gonna say this to you guys, that, you know, many fathers, many fathers come to come to an age where their kids are teenagers.

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And they have to go through this. Many mothers have to go through this, where the mother and the father have got the ultimate love for the child, but the child is rebelling, and the child is trying to blame their parents for something that wasn't even their fault. But they just switch it on to them say, well, well, it must have been their fault. It was their fault. It is their fault. It could be nothing but therefore and how do they justify? Well, the Quran tells us it's the it's getting together as a group.

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And one one says one devil says easier to play pressure. This is what happened between the brothers and they said to use of kill him. Because he was pressure. Why did Allah say oh to use to first in line number nine? And later on? He says the one who says there's one of the brothers who says don't kill him? Allah says Allah, no minimum one of them who spoke said Latin to use, don't kill yourself. But when if this is an EIN number 10. But in EIN number nine, Allah says up to the use of he didn't even say our rule of law they did. They said up to the use of because what happened is, it was quite a few of them saying that. Quite a few of them saying that. And it's not because they all said it

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once. Ah, this thing. One of them would say something Another one would say something that no one says something and one of them someone will say kill him. Another one agrees Yes. Kill him. I was here. Yeah. Yes, Caleb, Caleb.

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You know, this is how a conversation starts. This is how it gets to the murder. They know the conspiracy for murder, because they are in a group and one's affecting the other and the moods are boiling. And when moods boil, then it moves from one to another to another and the anger gets gets more heat and then more heated. And then they think Okay, that's it, we're gonna justify to kill him, right? And I said to you just live Ergo, sometimes someone, sometimes you blame someone who you don't even know for your problems. Like, you know, some people in this day and age, I'm just gonna say this. Some even in this day and age, all the Muslims problem, everything, whatever has happened

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to Muslims all across the world, everything is happening because of the Illuminati. Oh my god. So where are they? Okay, come on, man. all your problems are blamed blamed on them. So you did nothing wrong. It was just them that came on you. And this causes a lot.

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Anyway, let's move on. So what happens is that there's a group of them and there's pre pressure that starts and then Allah says Allah, all aluminium. Now this is interesting. Why did Allah say one of them said, Don't kill him.

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Because Allah wants to reveal to us that, you know, when there's a bunch of criminals and they make a crime, they're not all equal.

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Just because nine people or 10 people got together, and they all consulted and the thing that opinion was given to murder someone, it doesn't mean that they're all equal.

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Some of them would not have definitely gone by that. So what I want to say by this is, you know, these governments and other you know, organizations that make judgments and then make decisions, not all of them are equal. Please remember that. There are good people amongst them and they say that this brother thought that you know what, this this is going too far.

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And he showed justification of why they should not kill him is allotted to you. So don't kill him. Why not? He can kill murder

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a person because, you know a feeling are we feeling that our father his His love is more for him than us and we just gonna kill it.

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He said not you can't just stop this and just don't kill him today. The other beautiful thing about the Quran. Whenever you want to stop someone from doing something, there's some time you can go for the lesser of the two evils, they're gonna come and they're gonna do some harm anyway. Now all you're doing is you're diverting them to a lesser harm.

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All right, so this is exactly what happened when the alarm was coming to kill the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is that when he was coming to kill him, there's a there's a Muslim on the way he saw Rama, Rama, Rama, Rama the eyes were red and he's Xavi. You know, he's sold in his hand and he was pouncing ahead and he's on a mission. You know, he's gonna do his job. And he said, I looked at him and thought, yeah, this guy, this guy is going to do some chop, chop, chop, today, you know, chop chop is going to kill someone. So you stopped him and said, Are you going home? I didn't know he was a Muslim.

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Or were you going to me straight another man who said that all these gods are false. And he says only a lot. I guess I'm going to go kill him.

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So now this Muslim thought, yeah, Allah, I need to buy time to go and warn the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So to buy the time already said, Omar, really.

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She could have gone Kill, kill this bamboo hammock when your own sister has embraced Islam, and you don't do anything about it.

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And I My God,

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what I'm gonna kill the man and then people gonna say my sister was the one who you know, embrace, you start wearing a suit? My family members are fuzzy. Yeah. Your family member, your sister. She embraces them. You don't know right now, this was a secret. Why did this Muslim open a secret because he needed to buy time. If he if he didn't do this right now, Omar could go straight ahead and kill the privacy laws. And he needed to warn the process and so honored for her really, okay, I'm going to my sister's house first, I deal with the first and then I'll deal with this guy called Mohammed II thought job done. So when he went to assist nanog, when he goes to sister, of course,

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he's going to go to sister's husband, who's also converted, and he's told him about it, he's going to beat the data out of it. And he knows that, but he'd rather go over there cause some damage than to come and cause damage to the last analyzer. So quickly went and warned the person or perhaps also, I saw him on the way to kill you and I diverted in under, he's coming. He's coming to kill you. Right now what I want to say about this is that this is, in some ways, showing us that when there's a group of people, sometimes one of them could divert the whole attention towards something smaller. So what he said is that, look, guys, you don't need to kill him. Why are you trying to kill

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him? The reason why you guys are trying to kill him is because you're trying to remove him, you're trying to remove him from dad's life. There are other ways of removing him from dad's life. You have to kill him, you can stop him away. Well, Goofy, higher, but

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what we'll do is use a new kid, he'll fit into one of those buckets that you know you you draw water from the well, we'll stick him inside the bucket and let that let the whole thing drop the rope a goal or a down to the bottom. And guys, it's not like we want to kill him because that's that's another way of killing the killing the poor boy, he could die in that well, Nana, we know there's water down the well. So when we drop him down, he will come back. And of course, as always, this is a main road so caravans are going by and one of the caravans are gonna come by delta t to bow to sejarah. One caravan of people who are going across will definitely stop there for some water. And

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when they lifted up, they're going to see us and they're going to take that key away from these town and they don't to take him away and we never see him again. income to find if you want to do something, you better just do this.

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Now why do we add these words income value, income to value? One reason is income to foreigners. If if you're going to do anything, you better just do this otherwise I'm not with you. Now they say that this was the old the eldest out of all the brothers. Now if the eldest are the brothers

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is not with them, the rest of them are probably not going to do it. Because Oh my God, we haven't got the backing of our old rubber. If older rather than backing up the maybe, you know, he might grasp this up to our Father and the Father is going to find out what we did. So we need all 10 brothers to be on this whole thing. All right, so income to filing, if you're going to do what you can do is it means that if you're going to do what you're going to do, like as in, get rid of use of you better go with this plan. Otherwise, I'm not going with any other plan. And then come to find another way. Another way of looking at is that if you guys are really serious of doing something,

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you better just do this because I know you're not gonna kill him.

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Now sometimes people get really mad and say, That's it, I'm gonna

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I'm gonna bust his nose and I'm gonna break his back and I'm gonna and and the truth of it is, is I'm going to do that truth is important beat him up, but he's not gonna break his back and bust his nose or whatever. So in going to follow me that you can't be serious guys, not all of you are going to do this, right? Maybe some of you will go so mad to do this. But what are you guys saying? Do you realize what you say? If you really want to do something as in if you really are able to practically carry something out, then perhaps is the best you guys can do? Alright.

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So what they did is they said, Okay, how do we get our father?

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They said, Okay, we'll say that, you know, used to poor use of

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his home, he needs to be out and about.

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And we know father doesn't trust us with the use of they knew this clearly. That Yousuf is like one of those guardian angels around jacobellis Allah. And the other thing that we knew is that these boys would want to harm him because of the fact that they found out that he's going to become a prophet, that he is the chosen one amongst them. So he didn't want to let us for a second go on. So what I told you last week, everyday, what happens I use one husband stays home and the boys got to look out for the sheep. And they're the ones who have to toil really hard. So they came in. They said, Yeah.

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Oh, Father Malak. Dad, what's what's with you, Claire terminal I used to, you don't, you don't even think that we could be safe with you. So you don't even think that we could be in a way with the use of where use of could be safe with us? Are you know, we just, we just always use, you know, we use? We're so open with the use of and, you know, we're so honest with you. So we are already the line out there, you know, mouth, that line.

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And Yakovlev sort of knows this. He knows that there's severe jealousy of his other sons with use of Isilon and whatever they're saying is not the most honest thing. And when they say we've been so honest, on this call, and reveals

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when somebody wants to do not when somebody comes up to you, and they fill it up with loads of, you know, extra, extra, extra kind of,

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you know,

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when somebody is trying to show that, you know, you've really got to believe them, and they're putting extra words in to get your trust. When they load it with so much extra, which is out of the norm, all of a sudden, you think, man, there's something something wrong, right. So normally what would happen is that these boys would come to that, okay, yeah.

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They're not bothered by us. They don't care about you. So normally, this is being their trade every day. They don't pull good about useless. Then they're asked to take use of out. They've never even come to dad and said, Dad, you know what, what? No, send us out. They just left it. They know that their dad loves him so much. He's not going to let him out. Now all of a sudden, one day when his sons Come on, Dad, why don't you let us go? Hey,

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what's up with him? All of a sudden, they've changed one day that they're using Look how many words to say Malika? What's wrong with you? Why don't you trust us with you so and we've been so honest with him. Our seal Humala is now number 1270 with us tomorrow. They've never asked this before. Send is with us tomorrow. Yeah. Well, he'll enjoy the day he will play and while he plays, we are definitely absolutely going to look after him and secure him and put him in safety. How much secure how much secure are they talking about? First they said Do you not think we're safe with him? Not safe. Then they said we are honest. NASA has been very open and honest. Then they said la hula in

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Laguna have done we are definitely I will certainly go to secure him.

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When all of a sudden these people book our safety and security, what goes in your mind?

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They want to do something, right? You don't want people all of a sudden saying all of this right? What is the Quran teaches? The Quran teaches us that human behavior should be judged on induction. Right? So what I mean by this is that there are going to be very few occasions where you will see human beings

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going out of the norm for a good reason.

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Most of the times when human behavior becomes erratic, it changes. All of a sudden there's something going on. It's fishy, especially when humans are going to justify and justify and over justify things. And they're going to make you feel bad of not going along with what they're saying when all along they've never been like this, then you know, certainly that there's some non men. Let me give you an example. Prophet salallahu alaihe salam was in Madina, munawwara and the Sahaba used to come and he say, yes, Allah. Can I ask you a question?

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And they will sometimes come the other day and I just love you. That's it. I just love you, man. Yeah, this will allow you now Could you please come to my house? I'd like to, you know, feed you something and give you something. Yeah. Can you accept this heavy for me this this gift from you? Is the normal Lucinda Maximo even if he's got nothing to give the prompts on some yellow lines, I just like being mixed acid. That's what a normal ordinary ordinary person would say, okay, wasabi. What did the hypocrites come and say, another recording this and this is human psychology. This is human. There's no other reason why Allah revealed this except he wants us to think about human beings, when

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they come to you and they speak to you can you judge them on the merits of their previous days and judge them according to all other people that come to you, because some of the people who come to you and they're the sweetest you can get there sweet for a reason.

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They are sweet for a reason. And I'm saying sometimes in the sweetness, there is some deep poison. And if you don't know about that, then it's going to hit you on there. So this is

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the 63 and number one, Allah says either a community calu Nash haddou in Kala Rasulullah now the others came the other Salalah yo k yellow so Allah, you know, like to sit for the euro euro so LA, I love you. When it comes heybrook it comes. And he says, Nash, how do we bear witness that you are most certainly lava? So why you are the Messenger of Allah? No doubt.

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No, these are Muslims, that dressed as Muslims, there is no sign to say the magic here. They have Muslim as any other Muslim. But these Muslims come and give these words.

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We witness bear witness that you are most certainly in a mess. You know, there's no doubt why they print so much emphasis.

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Because they know deep down that he doesn't believe.

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So to cover that up, you need to put an

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extra amount of you know, certainty. And that's what Yusuf Ali salon sons and sons are doing right now is that they're putting extra certainty in the father and they if you read the signs, you will know that they are lying. So what does Allah say Swaminathan Allah, Allahu Allah. Allah Rasool, Allah knows that you are most certainly the Messenger of Allah, wa Allahu ye shall do in Manasa Tina lacava Love bears witness that these hypocrites are definitely lies. He knows you're the messenger, but I know also, and I'm witnessing that they're lying about the statement that they made about you, meaning that they don't believe and one of the things that the Quran has done is a law said, you

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know, you know, some people they just listen to you more careful than others. Like

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I'm not sure all the signs of what Nikola Tesla, you know, that they would want Alaska, Canada, Canada sanada they want to show you that you could rely on them. They want to show you that. Yes, sir Muna coolessay hatena Allah him But hang on a minute. If they're going to show you the Messenger of Allah, that you can rely on them. And every time they speak, they want you to listen to what they say. And they want to show you their support for your mission. Allah said yes, Hakuna Kula say acknowledging things.

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adder, what does an adder What does an adder pays these munaf it's the same ones are trying to make it to you that there is support for you. They're the same people whenever something goes wrong.

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They think everything every problem is their problem. Every time something goes wrong.

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Every problem is their problem, you know that the shift the movie, how can they be a support for you and all these days, they are acting as if they cannot even go through any simple problem of life.

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So what do I mean by all of this is that when you look at the life of all the days they've spent with you, and then you suddenly look at how sweet and chummy they're being with you, and how they're showing you year we are with you mentioned mala, don't worry, we are giving you support, you should know that's a lie based on what based on induction based on all the other days are spent with you based on the days when they really themselves based on that so Jacobo esalaam based on everything they've been the way they've been with Yusuf Ali Salaam, the way they've been with him the way they made comments about him the way they've never asked about any protection about him the way he's

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always feared that might harm him. And all of a sudden they come up to him because he knew that the line

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Allah in me that is next II number 13. And why I'm said to all of us is that we learn from this, that please judge people for what they really are.

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If you see a person who's horrible to him, horrible to her.

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Good to him. Good to you.

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Your question should be Hang on a minute is good to me.

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But it's horrible to him horrible to her. Why?

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Why can that really be a good person? can a person be good and they're horrible to suddenly? If you're really good? You won't be horrible to anybody?

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Sure, not

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true. So when your heart when he's horrible to some people, and he's not horrible to other people, you should know your turn is coming to Marbella.

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Your turn is coming one day, when he falls out with you, then he's going to be out with you if you if you guys are getting things of you is going to be nice to you. So now, next verse. jacobellis lamb says in Nila Zuni, and

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he says it really, really will hurt me.

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If you take him away, is going to hurt me. It's going to cause me grief.

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Now, the alarm after series say there's a couple of reasons for this. One is that jacobellis alarm has never had use of Allison Lee his side, this is going to be the first time you survived, someone is going to spend a day without a father a day without the Father. And the second Tafseer is that Yahuwah Salam knew that because of the lie, they are going to do something to him. And that's why he was grieving the sadness, the grief that has now occurred, the first step See, when he's got grief, because he's never let us go. And now first time is going to have to let them go. This teaches us brothers, that don't make anything to do to yourself in this dunya

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not even your wife

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or your children, or your wealth. Because whatever you make very dear to yourself as close the closer you make it, the more your heart loves it. And the more your heart loves it, the more it's going to hurt you when you lose it.

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Okay, let's be honest about

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the things that you love most. Like for example, let me give an example. If you lost let's say if you lost

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let's say

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you know you you lost a 50 pounds or something or you lost 100 pounds you know bothered about it because you had so attached to it anyway. I lost I lost it was finished. But if you're one of those that money, money, money, money, money, money, and when you ever want to do victories, like you know 10 pound 20 pound 30 pound

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Yeah, and you just can't you guys can't stop counting how much you've got and it's always going through your mind how much of a band comes in is how much

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you know when you got that in your mind and then you lose 50 quid man it's gonna hurt

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it's gonna hurt right it could be something simple it could be something big some people they're not bothered about the car they have you know something don't don't attach yourself too much is under a car. Yeah, they cannot stand a scratch on the car Yama when don't buy an expensive car Brava. Seriously, you don't want to scratch in the car. Don't buy an expensive car. And if you're gonna buy an expensive car and you don't want to get in scratched yet, then don't drive it on this earth.

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Don't drive around this earth.

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Because anywhere on this earth, even if a human doesn't scratch it, a tree branch might scratch it. Yes or no. A tree branch.

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Let's say for example, you stay away from all the, all the tree branches. You stay away from all the people. And then you're driving under this truck right in front of you suddenly goes over the stone and the stone flicks and a fixed rod by the side of your car.

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You know, when he hits he hurts because you have too much love for it.

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by a car, standard car, say to yourself, you know, it's gonna die one day, yes or no? Yeah.

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And before it dies is gonna get scratched yes or no. Just like you get wrinkles on your forehead Brava. The car has to get wrinkles, you know, I'm saying like, yeah, so it has to be scratched up somehow. Right? Okay, so don't treat it like some kind of, you know, baby does cocoon ever know we're gonna touch like some Hooray, enough gentle something. Okay, it's gonna happen. So what I'm trying to say is that don't keep it dear. Don't keep it here. And don't give expensive items.

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If you keep a pen, a pen is worth like, even a good pen. 10 pound pen is fine. You buy a pen for 100 pounds.

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It's going to hurt you to lose that print. It's going to really hurt you to lose that pen. Your love is people who buy certain things I've heard there's women that buy handbags. Somebody told me the other day, honestly, I'm not joking. Yeah. I know. Normal handbags gonna cost you 10 2030 pounds. Yeah. What if that, right? There's women that buy handbags that are costing 900 pounds. 700 pounds. 500 pounds. 200 pounds. 300 pounds. Yeah.

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And 1000s of going there, but I'm just saying when I had 900 pounds, I feel Yala on a handbag.

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I thought man, if the thief sees the handbag, he's gonna say I don't care what's inside. I just want to still have that.

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You don't normally get stolen. They they open it up and they look inside. If they don't find them, they throw the handbag. This guy's gonna say forget that. This handbag. I'm gonna, I'm gonna use this man. And I'm gonna, I'm gonna send it off. All right, so the point is usually jacobellis around his extreme love for us while I sit down, is going to now in some way cost him. He's a prophet alayhi salatu salam, but and he's had DLR for the sun. Yes, there's nothing wrong with having that Alan naturally game that love. But alas, teaching is a big lesson here, which is even your son or your daughter don't have that much love for them. That you just cannot bear seeing them even have a

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little thing clicked in their, you know, in their finger, somebody can't have Oh, it's gonna hurt you so much. Don't get to that stage, this life is accepted. If they if something happens the finger life just says life is like when Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in his house, and also the alarm on who was was in his house. And and also the law used to say that I used to bring the plates, right as a young kid, eight years old, he's bringing the plates and suddenly a plate Oh, it fell and it broke.

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Broken another plate again. And then Why'd you say be careful, be careful on us. Another time you do that process, and we'll say leave them alone.

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When the time for something has come to go, it's gonna go.

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If your car crashes, Brother, you should just look back and say, when that time comes for something to happen, it's gonna happen. I stopped crying over it. Okay, stop crying over it. When the time comes for something to go, it's going to go under Allah. Allah has willed it, whatever he will has happened. That's it, leave it Get on with it. So that's the thing of not attaching yourself to these things. And those people who are attached they will have that grief. So that's one thing. Second thing he said. On top of that, he said a half an hour. This is very, very interesting. And Allah says this is the most beautiful soul you'll ever again jacoba salam tells them

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tells them the excuse they're going to bring back to him after the finished producer. Now he knows there's something they're going to do. He said, a half an akula, who did? Well, and to man Mojave known. He said I fear that a wolf is going to devour him. Consume him outright. A while you guys you tell the sons of mine are going to be somewhere else. And you're going to be completely, you know, absent minded of what is going on. Now, how do you use of alayhis salam say this? How did he know that part of their plan was that they're going to come back with something to do with the world. He didn't have the full thing. We don't know how he knew this exactly. But we know because he was a

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prophet of Allah azza wa jal, Allah revealed certain things and even solea him even though

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Those of us who are pious, like I said, we could get through dreams. So it could be through a dream. He seen something like when Rasulullah sallallahu. He came on the day of that ever heard. He said in the morning this morning, I've seen a dream. And the dream, I saw my soul. I took it out, and I shook it. And when I shook it, it cracked in the middle. So they said, Mr. Bhalla, what does that mean? He said, I have interpret this dream to mean someone who is close to my in my family members is going to pass away today. And that was hands off of the alumni. But he didn't know us Hamza. He didn't know his family, he just knew someone in the family is going to enter this room, George is

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clearly a lot revealed to him something that's going to happen that day.

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So there's a possibility that the Aquila sama has had a dream that something is never going to come back and say something to him about a wolf and you civilizer

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but obviously, he did not know that they're going to come back with an excuse that he's dead.

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That's more certain. Because if you know that your kids are going to take this use of yours today and not come back with him ever.

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Do you think you're the father, you're gonna let him go? No way. So he wasn't sure about what exactly would happen. But he said, you know, maybe you got something maybe you might say that a wolf 818 or something like that. Because he he probably saw the vision. Now, some other elements of C they say that it was a vision of use virus or because profits profits have got a huge amount of fear, rasa Eros aware, I'm not reveals things to them about the future, but he might not reveal everything.

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imaginary will ever. And he never, he never reveals everything. And every time whenever he wants, you might reveal something to deny even common good solid enterprise people can have this, that they might suddenly have an opening of something might happen. And they've got this feeling and that feeling is a true feeling. And allows them can can do that even to come up with like the mother of

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musala, Salah, she thought you know what, if I just throw my baby into the, in the basket, throw the whole basket with the river, Allah is going to say mama is going to be returning back to me. She just had this feeling as she just did it. And Allah says, I was the one who inspired to how to do it. But she wasn't a prophet s. There's no prophet s and she wasn't she wasn't a prophet. But a lot can do this to salary to those who are pious. So whichever way he knew he knew that something was fishy, and that they're going to come back with some kind of excuse right now. There's persuasion going on. They said that dad in

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a wolf is going to devour useful

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Cree muscles.

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One wolf 10 Brothers, strong brothers.

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In neither law hospital with absolute failures, if this happens, it couldn't be finished. How can you say that? That was 10 of your sons, you're not going to trust 10 of your strong sons to try and get one wolf of Yousuf

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if it comes to bite him. Now, the dad never said that. The dad said, when he devours him,

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you probably might say that you went out there. And tamanho hockey room, you were absent minded. They switched it. They didn't go with that version. They went with their own versions. And look, we're strong and is there you saying we strongly say we can't save him from one both we say now, that persuasion was such that the father thought that you know what, let me just let him you know, let me just take the risk. Let me just let him go.

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And even if they do something to him, how bad could it be? He never dreamt of the fact that they will not come back with you. So today, he did not have that in his mind. He thought okay, they're gonna come back and they're gonna make something about something happened, but he wasn't absolutely clear on what was going to be some kind of plan, but he knew that they were they have lies that they were trying to make up. Now, this persuasion thing will learn from this, it happens again and again is that, you know, at the spur of the moment, sometimes some people come to you and they try to persuade you in a certain way and you try to give one argument they give you another they want to

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persuade you persuade you persuade you until you feel bad. In not, you know, you feel bad and you think, Okay, let me go with them. It's happened. It even happened to Rasulullah sallallahu. On the day,

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when in the morning, he was he after fudger. He called the Sahaba. They were seniors how the minus Sahaba. And he said what

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Should we defend the city of Medina from within? Or should we go outside and defend that city from there? And the senior Sahaba said let's defend it from within because whenever we've done that measure of allow we've never lost the city, the city has been always protected by defending within. And the youngster said measurable law by the

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last year we couldn't make it loose was the mentality. Last year we could make the angels came down and we weren't part of that. And this year, we want to go on, you know, where's your law? Let's go out let's go up because but that happened outside of the city. But that happened outside a city and 5000 angels came down last year. So they persuaded and they persuade Mr. volare look, we are strong Mashallah we can go outside We can do this by show of Allah we can go out then we can your will. And then rustless Lawson made his decision based upon the youngsters and then the youngsters felt they regretted they came to proposals and national law we

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we should not wish

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I was persuaded you like that process and say look, I put my helmet on now prophet has done that he has to go out and and so he went out, but Allah still gave them victory, which turned sour because of something else, later on. But what I'm going to say to you is that sometimes persuasion is not the way to go forward. And if someone comes to you with great persuasion, sometimes it's best to stop to think to give it a bit of time before you make it. And sometimes you can't do it like in the case of jaquan Johnson so what happens here is Fallon Madhavi when they took use of ally salon, this is now under 15. Along Madhavi when they went with him, but I had no clue who he hired But

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what happened is that they gave it to you What did they do? Well, they told us well as an as he was going, and the father was letting them go, the father came out of the house and you watch them taking use of Allah Islam in the distance. And as they were taking useful as a distance, oh, hip, hip, hooray.

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They were swinging, they were throwing and catching and they were, you know, your arms around him and holding his hand and you know, they're smiling. The news of his enjoying is, is that my first day out, my brothers are going to look after me and my father, let me go out for the first time, he can't get any better. And then the father is watching all of his industry, how sweet they are, we use them until they couldn't see their father again, in the distance. So that's when they started to slap him and hit him. And they pushed him and said, You, you you

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suddenly

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What is going on? What in what in the world is going on? So they took him and they you know, they hit him they beat him and then after that, they said, Okay, fine, right, where's that? Well, so they took him to that well, right. And they rolled up the bucket, they put him in there

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and they made sure that this is happening by the evening it didn't happen they didn't make sure that it happened early in the data because they thought that in the daytime if they do it like to say midday whatever it is they do it they've now got so many hours to wait till many caravans are gonna pass by they're going to grow the water use is gonna come out and it usually comes out then oh my god he could make a case and he could run away come back home wherever they wanted it to be at a time when use of doesn't have anything to do with brothers being around so they waited to possibly the near the evening time to put into the bucket and they load it down. That's it. He's done gonna

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be found again. That's it now pull you civilized classroom. This is a this is a beautiful thing Allah says is that

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if you think about use what I said, and he's gonna be spend now the whole night in this well, and how lonely how cold all that might have been during the night is going to be all alone in his thinking, What is he thinking thinking?

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What has happened? My lovely father, my house, my security. And all of that has just changed what changed my brother my brother's been so sweet and they've deserted me. And if they want to leave me here dead, or they want me Leave me near dead or I don't know what's gonna happen to me. Now Allah says, what

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I put into his heart

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that cannot be undone. Either one day or use of you will be able to retell the story to them.

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alerting you to whom liar Sharon and they won't even realize that you they won't even realize it Jude at speaking. So use of half the containment. Allah gave that content What do we learn from this? And this is the last

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thing

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Learn from and then we'll move on shala

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what we learned from this is sometimes you're in a real bad position, either a lateral view agree about a good future, or sometimes Allah makes you feel just inside, there's a feeling inside that things are gonna go well, you know, when you get that feeling in your heart and you're serious problem,

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just Alhamdulillah the fact that Allah is giving you that strength to feel that you're going to go through this and you're going to be able to manage this, that is tofik from Allah, that is big tofik an ability from Allah that He is with you in some way. Because without that in your heart, you give up life. Without that you just said forget it. I might as well just die. I might just give up life. And there are people who get ill and they want to give up life yes or no. And there are others who get ill and they fight it one of the things you fight even with your mind, I'm gonna be okay, I'm gonna be I'm gonna see through this, right? That thing inside you? How do you know that Allah hasn't

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put that inside you? This is exactly what's happening to us realize that he's feeling that one day, I am going to be able to live and tell my brothers what happened. And they won't even know this just thought has occurred obviously was from Allah azza wa jal. But this the lesson that we learned from this is that those moments when you're in a problem or your crisis, and you feel like you know what, it's all going to be over soon, is I'm going to get through this die is from Allah azza wa jal, and this just Al Hamdulillah and have you imagine that Allah will make things better. And then you will see, you know, you'll see the other side to it. Otherwise, you know, face a lot of other trials,

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like stress and depression and so on. So I know we've come up to this. Are there any questions on today's one?

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Just today's

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questions, yes.

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Okay, what's the mother alive where the time of the Father now's the series say that his mother had passed away? Sometimes, but some tafsir allude to the fact that his mother was alive.

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Okay, his mother as well. Now one of the things he says that because his mother is not alive, that's why you had so much love for your son because he's not got a mother. And they say, according to the Israeli narrations, that you're married four times, and one of the things I said to you last week was 10. Brothers were from one mother and two from one. Well, according to some of the Australian narrations. They were split between the different mothers. Okay, there's two different women, but definitely Yousuf and binyomin are from one mother. And they say her name was Rahim. And some of you say that she was she she had gone by, she passed away and something she said that she lived on. And

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if you look at the dream, the dream says that his mother is also going to come along. So according to that he would be his real mother. But some say that it wasn't his real mother. He was the the stepmother that was alive at that time. So we don't really know. Okay, for certain, but you know, you could go either way with this. Okay, Zach lawhead Salam

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alameen, wa, Salaam Alaikum.