Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 40

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 40_ Yusuf part 5 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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Coming

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b2b

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to

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me Bismillah

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Amina salatu salam ala Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi.

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Firstly, brothers and sisters, a Solomonic Mahatma who

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come to another session of use of Allahu salatu salam and

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we got to the point where

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xarray ha and some say that she has a different name raheel

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rosewill is laiho sama pronounces Elisa Beaujolais ha, she she is in the she is the mistress or the know the person who's in this house. It's her house husbands outside, she's locked all the doors, they say in some Topsail that the seven different doors.

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She's got use of Allah Azza wa sallam

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in the center of the of the building. And she's about to make her move towards him.

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Now, how did you swallow celebrate this moment, there are different aquatic different assays.

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Some have said that he was much older say between 30 to 40. But that is actually a

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if you actually look at the words used later on in the surah. So for example, in Surah number, the same sort of sort of 12 and number 30. Allah azzawajal has made reference towards him as being a Fattah. Fattah in Arabic is a young boy, as in a person who's in,

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you know, a person who's,

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who's possibly in his youth. Definitely gone above his age of puberty, but would have probably been about 17 years old could be up to 20 years old could be even in his early 20s. So he's definitely within his age range of being a young, mature individual or a man

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and Yusuf Ali Salaam Salaam is extremely handsome. And, and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa said

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this was on a night when he went towards mirage. He said, according to one Hadith that use of Li Salaam has been given half of the entire creations. Beauty. So if you took the whole creation together,

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and you put put all the beauty on one side, and you took the beauty of use of la sala salon on another side, then his beauty alone would match the creations vt. Okay, so that's how beautiful allows them marry now you can imagine this woman being so noble she was that there's an obvious reason that she falls for this man. He is extremely handsome, extremely handsome. And up until this point, the women of the town or the city haven't even seen him.

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So he's like a hidden pearl in this palace and has been fed and educated and getting all the best things that he's his master or the Minister of Egypt is giving him who's the owner of this house. And she's basically got him in the middle. And by closing all the doors, she says to him in the end, she comes to him and says hi Tilak come towards me.

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Come as in.

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Let's do the act of what a man and wife will do.

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Now useable SLM, of course, he's, he's never been married at this time. It's not his Mahara. It's not his, uh, his wife is not anyone that he would have that kind of relationship or anything with. And usually Salaam is the son of a prophet alayhi salatu salam. Now his first word that he says my Abdullah, and this is where we sort of got caught up to last week. My other law he said, I seek refuge in Allah. Why? Because he he knew from the scriptures that they had, he knew from the scriptures that they had and from what Yahuwah Salam had And where was this all coming from? Well, whatever. Ibrahim Alayhi Salam Salam left. With his remarks, Ross had scriptures from Allah azza wa

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jal, which he left with a surplus of a profit and then with the acquisition of his father or the father of use of La Sera, Sera

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So it was very clear that Xena is haraam and use what I said Australia, he said, Mandala I seek Allah's protection. Now Subhana Allah,

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such great taqwa and such great consciousness of Allah that his first call is Allah. Now, this is a big lesson in this, the lesson here is, a lot of the times when we're in trouble, we sometimes or many times we, we refer, or our head goes to the immediate material thing that might save us. So let me give an example. If a person has got a pain in the body, heal straightaway think, you know, it's, it's alright, it's kind of Alright, I'll just massage the rubber. Next thing if it gets any deeper Hill thing, well, I can go to the GP. So the next call of reference surgery machine will go to GP, the GP says, I'm going to refer you on doctor says I'm going to refer you on so he gets referred on.

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And he says, Don't worry about that there's a hospital that give me an X ray, whatever it should be alright.

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And then the next thing is, well, they found something in his heart or something. So he'll think, well, there's medication, they're gonna put me on medication, I'll take that and probably get it all sorted out. So there's that. And if it gets any worse, then Is that okay? I'll go to a specialist. I'll go to a special hospital that specializes in this and then I'll get something from that. And if if nothing sort of is going to work? Most people by then the only point and call of reference is Allah by them. Now, yes, the person would have made a reference of Allah beforehand. Yes, we all know that. But to make the only point of reference Allah azza wa jal, that is that is what our last

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teaching is here that he's in the middle. You know, he who is he? Well, he is known to be a slave is not doing any slavery work at this moment. But he's there as a slave one. Second is,

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if he

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says no, or does something at this moment, he could be in serious trouble trouble because she has got great power in this in the city. She's the wife of the minister. And she's got a hand in the affairs because she's going to tell her husband what to do. Her husband is in charge of the police force. And if she wants to say, well, it's probably a ministry of could be defense, whatever it is, but she could tell her husband that, you know, do something about this, and he's going to be in serious trouble. So having all of this in front of him, instead of saying, What are you saying, you know, think about what you're saying? What are you doing? No, no, none, none of that. He says, read

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my other law. I want a lot to protect me. That's the first that's the first that's my first call. That's my only call. That's my full trust that Allah should save me at this moment. And then he moves on to the second thing he says, He says in who Rob be as anonymous why he appeals to her.

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Her conscience but in a different way. First, obviously, he talked about Allah. And if he's got any taqwa inside her, she's going to also say, the man's taking a last name, I better not do what I'm doing. But he moved on to the second thing, which is Subhana Allah is very clever of use vi Salaam to do this. When you're in such a situation. You want to appeal to a person's, you know, awareness, the conscience, the guilty conscience, you wanna, you wanna, you know, you want to get to that you want to make them feel bad about what they're doing now, if she can't see the Acura if she can't see that Allah is going to get her back on the day of judgment as in, he's going to

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punish me on the Day of Judgment. If that's not in her mind at this moment. There's got to be something in the world I can use that she's gonna have a guilty conscience of and because of that, she she will stop. So what did you do? He said in a horrible Asana massage. Your husband, who is my you know, my the house lord, or the one who looks after me. So he used the word of Rob, Robbie.

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But meaning that you know, you have like a landlord, you know, we say in English you can have a landlord. Now land Lord, Lord, you normally reserved for who?

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Allah, Lord is our Lord. But yukina in Arabic and in English and other languages, you can have that word use for others in a context. So just like you can say, a landlord, which means he is a Lord of the house is an owner of the house. That's all that is means okay? It doesn't mean that he's now a god. The same way. You see what I said? I'm saying that he is my Lord, meaning your husband is the Lord of, you know, looking after my affairs because I'm supposed to be a slave and your husband owns me, but your husband

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is the one that has been excellent towards my stay in this place. Now again, just on that word, Lord, I want to say you know, you know, sometimes you have in the Indian subcontinent, people say, you know, mowlana someone so they might say molana in a debate that might say monana you know Hussein or something. And there are there are certain people who would object to that they say molar is a word molana is a word that you're supposed to use for Allah only. Eliza Mola Mola when Yamanashi Allah said, you know Allah refer to himself for us to use him as a molar. Now,

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there's nothing wrong in calling somebody a mowlana because the way Rob here can also be used for a human being the same way molar can be used for a human being right? There are certain words I want to scribe to a law that cannot be used for anybody else. But there are certain words that you can use for others, like for example, are a man Ron v most merciful, gracious, in terms of, you know, all around merciful that that only can be used for a lot. But if you say that man, you know, in the who in origin, you know, if you say that man is someone who's Rahimi, he's got he's got some is a person who's got mercy. Yeah, he's got mercy. Or he's, you kind of attribute that you thought or

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Kareem, for example, in his generous Allah, his name is Kareem. But you can be generous as well. allies, the most generous, but you can refer to a person and say, Well, he's Kareem, in who Karim, he is generous. It doesn't mean that you've taken Allah's Name and you just given it to a human being. So there are certain names you can you can give to a human being of another human being like Kareem, and so on. But Raman and so on, you can't give it to others. these are these are specific for Allah. So Rob is one of those words you can give to others. And Mola is one of those words that can be given to others. Anyway, getting back to the surah itself. in Nairobi, Santa Martha, your

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husband has been excellent towards my stay here. Meaning that you're asking me to commit Zina with you? Don't you think about your own husband?

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Your husband, such a nice person? Why would you want to do this to your husband?

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As soon as betrayal? How could you do this? And how could How could you want me? Okay, forget it. It may be you're not even thinking about your husband at this time. Because all your eyes are on me.

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You can't think about your husband. Maybe your husband is now secondhand because I'm around. Right? If you've got your eyes on me at this moment, how can I do this? When I am indebted to your husband for the many favors he's given me? Do you really think a man like me should lower himself stoop low and say, You know what, the man can give me all these favors, and I'm going to do something to his wife like this. Allah Allah And the thing is, what we learned from he also is sometimes you know, the close ones you've got to yourself that are close to you to do something to them of Haram is worse than the ones that are distant, that both both Hold on. Don't, don't don't try and go away

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today say, that's fine. If I get you know, I'm not going to do to my close friends, I'm just going to do the two ones that are fine. You know, I'm not asking you to make that that delete. What I'm trying to say from here is in a hadith Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam has said, Allah azza wa jal will not even look at certain people on the Day of Judgment, meaning that he won't look at them with the eyes of mercy. He will not even speak to them, meaning that He will not speak to them with the words of mercy.

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And one of them he said, is the man who fornicating or commits adultery with he commits adultery with the wife of his neighbor.

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The wife of his neighbor now why is it so severe to commit adultery with your wives? The wife of your neighbor? I mean I don't use I don't write is haram is bad anyway. Why did a lot what why is Allah's Messenger saying that it's quite severe to do this most of you then then a normal kind of, I don't know more severe than other harms are haram act, it's because you're close to your neighbor.

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Your neighbor has a right over you. You have a right of your neighbor You're so close. You've got this trust you've got this relationship you've got good things that are going to go wrong with you you know, between you and your neighbor. And what just because your neighbors close to you and your neighbor goes off and you see his wife you want to just go there and do all you want that's like that's low the same way as if you've got someone in own house a nice or some you know a nice for a man I'm saying and nephew for a woman I'm saying

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Now this is your blood or you know someone that is related to you, you can

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do anything to them of incest or even if he was to, you know, to touch them in a way that is inappropriate, it's worse. Why? Because these are the most closest to you, and you are entrusted with them. So anyway, what we learn from this is that useful ism is appealing to and saying, how could you even think that I'm going to go down this line, and then he adds on, in hula, if you have volume on the third statement, he makes, that those who are those who are, who commit oppression, do not become successful, mean that if I was to now sleep with you, then that is a huge and major sin. that sin is that I have oppressed myself, and I would have oppressed your husband by doing that. And

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you're going to be oppressing your husband, and you're going to repressing yourself.

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And such people will never succeed, meaning that what will happen eventually is one day or another,

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one day another, things will get, you know, ugly. And this is the nature of sins, guys, is the nature of sins, anyone who goes towards sins, one day or another, they're going to come across something that is going to be Oh, my God, oh, no, what have I done, either the addictions going to kill them, or they're going to get caught, or they're going to feel such remorse later on. And they're going to feel so bad inside whatever happens, you know, you look at any nature of anything. Eventually, this, you know, when the scene gets quite quiet, you know, like, for example, imagine a man and, you know, a man and a woman secretly in the house, they're doing what they want,

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how far they're gonna get. Eventually, they'll, you know, somebody will find out when that person finds a magazine, the husband wants to find out that this is happening his house, imagine I'm just saying this did not happen. But I'm saying imagine

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the husband was throw useless and out, the husband would have would have, you know, got the woman and probably, you know, divorced, or beat up whatever else he would have done. Eventually, you cannot move ahead with sin and enjoy life and be successful in life. You can't do that. And that is what he's saying that look zulekha look at the future. First is if you're not going to be thinking of a law right now. Okay. Think about your husband. That's number two. If you're not going to be thinking about husband, look, think about me, how am I supposed to do this again, regarding your husband has been so good. And number three is, you really think that you're going to commit a major

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sin, and you're going to be successful in life. And you think I'm going to be success in life. So what do you what you thought I did overall is

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he not only made her thing, but he starts to make you think about the future. To stop anyone from sending you have to use one of these things. You have to get them say, look, Allah, for example, the most most people, if you're going to give them Dawa, you need to talk about Allah, if not talk about, you know, other than the guilty conscience that might have with something random. If not talk about their future and say, Look, there are consequences of what you're going to do in the dunya. And in the Acura. As for the dunya, Allah will not make you successful as the aka Forget it. There's no way there's no way out. So anyway, he's appealing to her. Now, one other thing is what beautiful

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thing is, when when she came for him, and she said, Hey, Tilak come towards me. He could have had that moment run away. He could have forget this. I'm dying for the door. He could have done that. But he didn't.

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Why not? Because he thought that he wanted to reason with

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the reasoning with her might stop her from her action. And whenever we're in a situation where there's evil is always good to reason and communicate with people. Because if you can get into the mind, they see the body is only doing something like the hands, the feet only move, because the heart and the mind are thinking a certain way. If you can get to the heart in the mind you you control the hands, you control the feet, you control the body. That's a secret. A lot of people think that if I just tell him it's Haram, it's Haram, don't do it. Allah said no.

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No, you just what you just told him is haram. I said, Okay, just don't do stop your hands. You don't have to get the man to control his hands by just controlling his hands. That's a lesser way of getting a man to to stop committing a sin. a better one is that you explain to him you give him reasons why not? You know why he shouldn't do this act. And that is a way where he takes that all in. He's more likely to say, You know what?

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No, I'm not going to do. I don't think I'm going to do that. Yeah, you're right. You're not you know, it's like saying, if you were in a dark room,

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I mean, you are inside.

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And I'm saying look, look, Listen, man. I'm getting

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If you're right now, and you say, Well, I'm staying in here. So I'm getting it right now there's a snake in here.

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Imagine, imagine there's a snake inside there. Yeah. And I know that the snake is out there, but you can't see no snake inside it. So we're talking about the snake inside here. Stay here with me. So now I'm getting out here right now, man, I'm getting out of here. There's a snake in Zarya.

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Are you going to say, craziest something a snake inside? Do you want to just leave them leave? or stay here?

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Now you're conversing about something which he's not convinced of, you know, the easiest thing to do is open the curtains

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over the curtains and let the light in. If he sees the state you think you think he needs to be convinced?

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You think he needs to be convinced he sees his neck he's gonna run.

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He don't need no conviction. So anyway, what we're saying here is that to reason to give not allow the thing to settle the heart is a very, very good way of stopping someone sitting now let's move on the Quran in surah 1224 says, and this is a this is one of those places of the scene where it needs some explanation. It says Well, I thought the hammock B she definitely made her intention to grab hold of useless RAM and committer act.

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And then it says Warhammer beha Lola Ravana Robbie, he

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had some form of inclination,

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had he not seen the evidence or the the sort of irrefutable argument

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of his load? If he did not see the conclusive argument and judgment in front of him, he would have possibly had inclination. Now what does that mean? That means that zulekha was definitely fanatic for use of alehissalaam use of I use Sarah Sarah, he's a human at the end of the day, though. He's a prophet. He's a human. Now let's let's understand this. We're not saying that you civilized Salaam committed a sin way. We're not even saying that you civilized Salaam had the same thoughts. azula had No way. No way we're saying that. So what are we say? Let me give you an example to explain this.

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You're fasting on a hot day.

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It's a hot day you're fasting. Imagine it last summer's coming again. And you know we will fasting the summer. Last day we fasted in the summer. Now on a hot day, when it's six or seven in the evening, we normally break out fast about nine something right?

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Six, seven in the evening is hard. Even a three o'clock in the daytime might be hot.

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Are you telling me you're not going to be thirsty? Are you going to be thirsty? Yes or no? Yes, you're saying yes. I'm saying yes, you're going to be thirsty.

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But are you going to be thirsty in the sense that you're going to? You know, look at our water, the jug of water?

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Who

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are you going to be in the sense that you're going to be looking at water thinking, Man, I want to break this fast. I want to break this rug.

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I want to break this house. Are you gonna meet us? Are you in that mood? Yes or no? No, you got to be first. Yes. But first it means straightaway. You say What time is it? Yeah. Okay. Nine something is, if thought our way to lift up. That's what goes through your head yes or no. Regardless of doesn't matter, despite any amount of thirst you've got, you're not going to break the fact you don't even have any intention of breaking your fast because there's loads of water around you cold water, whatever it is, is a hot day. You don't want to do that. But you are thirsty. And you do have a small temptation towards quenching your thirst. So what happens here is that use of la salud Salam

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in his human body.

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The natural instinct of any human being is when you've got a beautiful woman.

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And she's all alone with you and you're at that age and nobody's there. When there's, you know, you can adjust like you might be just naturally thirsty. You can have a natural desire or inclination there. But you're just like you You got thirst there, but you're not even thinking of breaking the fast you're not even thinking and drinking the water the same way. Yusuf Ali Salaam had the inside, but there's no way he's even thinking of going anywhere near that woman for anything of that reason.

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That's what it means. So he's got a like, she's got an

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inclination towards him. And what's the inclination that installation is a serious one. That's why Allah added the word laqad before it means that she was determined to fulfill her desires, and before his word hammarby ha before that Allah does not use the word HUD or Lacan, meaning that he has something which is a natural inclination and desires any human being without, but there's no way he would act to even be that kind of inclined the way she is inclined. And then he adds on Lola Ravana. Bobby, had he not seen the

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the evidence of his load? What does that mean? That means had he not?

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Had the education that Xena is haraam? Number one, had he not been seeing the evidence that

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her husband has been good to me? There is no way I can do this to number three, Have you not seen the evidence that from the scriptures that what is received from a Brandman SLM down is that whoever commits Zina is going to be in a bad situation in the future, they cannot be successful, had he not seen all of this or had he not had this in his mind? Perhaps he would have been inclined towards meaning that a person who has like what what what we showed is there's a big lesson here guys, you know,

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we need to have knowledge those of us who have knowledge, the knowledge is a mechanism to save a person from the wrong type of action that

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knowledge is needed this all is knowledge he had knowledge of the Scripture knowledge of the you know of a human being and you know, husband relationship of what we are in a society knowledge of the future. If you didn't have that, then perhaps you would have gone towards that. That's the the lesson here is guys. Let's read these books, islamic books out there. Let's watch these lectures and so on. Let's educate ourselves. You don't know what they what knowledge will prompt you to stay away from the city. Now let's move on. London says Cavalli kalinowski fan who saw our fascia. This is how we as analysts talking about himself This is how we turn away

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from a from him this alternative from useless

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minus sins and major sins. Su means evil fashion means obscenity. But some of us didn't have said Sue is a minor sin and fascia is a major sin, meaning that forget use of allies alarm going towards the sin, I may have forget useful. I said, I'm being turned away from the sin. Allah didn't say I'm turning useful from a setup away from the sin, Allah saying, I'm turning the sin away from use of Islam.

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So there's no way you saw that said I would have gone to all that. And then Allah adds on in the Huma Abedin Elmo klaasen use of his of my servants who are sincere, and who have been certified to be sincere McCloskey. What does that mean? That means that the less the lesson in here is, and I've said this before in a series of other malissa is that those of us who are who will be sincere in our actions alone will save them. Allah will save you now this, this this saving of allies coming up usually as enemies not saved yet, but Allah has already announced that you know, what, I'm going to turn around the sin away from use of now useless is still there standing, this woman's about to go

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for him, he can see that the doors are all closed. And he's got a he's got to now if she comes for him, he's got a run. And he's in serious trouble here. Because either way, he has to, you know, he's going to face a One consequence or the other consequence, either she's going to get in and do something bad or he gets away and then she's going to try and put a an evil plan on him and make an evil plan about him. Allah has already announced in the Quran that he's going to turn away the sin away from useless Allah meaning if we are sincere, Allah has already declared his health is with us since and the other thing is he is, remember he believes in a series of other Salamis said to Allah,

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I'm going to make your servants go to jahannam and then he added on he said a lot about the Camino mahasi except your servants that are mahasi that have been that have been made to be sincere or are sincere, those ones I will not be able to take to Johanna. Number one, they are the prophets, those two sevens and number two, as people if we can show our sincerity Allah will make us

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These people, okay? Now, Allah talks about how and what you know how Allah saves him or what happens when you're when your verbal communication hasn't worked to stop someone from sinning.

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And I imagine someone tell someone, look, look, I'm telling you do don't do this. Don't do this. I'm telling you don't do this.

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And the person who comes in contact closers, I'm telling you don't do the only look I've told you not to do this is that you stay there.

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And if the woman wants to grab you, and you know, do all this kind of stuff, JC Look, I'm telling you not to do this have to do this.

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And you stay in there.

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Why in the world, what's wrong with you? You enjoy it. And you're trying to make an excuse excuse and start trying to say that you know what? I've done? Maybe I've just said it. Don't do the Hello. Listen, my friend. You told someone not to harm you better. That was? No, you said it with your tongue. If you can stop the harm with your hand or you with your legs or whatever, you stop it.

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So you got to use your hikma you got to use you know, you're gonna stop this monkey with your hands. What do you do? And your feet? What do you do? He thought, Well, the only way is for me to run away. So Mohammed Ali, what we learn from here is, you know, sometimes brothers, I won't tell you the straight up Yeah, sometimes you think yeah, that now there's evil everywhere is evil everywhere. Sometimes you think that you know, I'm gonna I'm gonna deal with it, sometimes is even evil with the politicians and people who are coming up in politics and so on. And you kind of think I'm gonna go straight out, I'm gonna deal with this. I will tell you from this, I hear sometimes from evil, you

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don't go ahead on towards evil when you know that there are many consequences, you take the lesser of all the evils, and the lesser of all evils sometimes to run away from the evil not to goes head on towards the evil. So instead of getting yourselves all mucked up in all these politics, and whatever else it is, sometimes it's just to say, you know what, I'm running away from it. And Hades, the Prophet sallallahu. wasallam is there that towards the end of time, Professor Lawson said towards the end of time, and man will take his goats.

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And he will go to the mountains.

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And he will look after his goats on the mountain who have a stream of water next to him, but to move himself away from the fitna, he will do that mean that he will move away from it, but not go headbang towards it. So anyway, you saw I said I'm he heads and dots for the door

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to get the door open now, according to different seeds.

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What was it? What did you do? Did you lock it or did not lock it right most of CSA say that she didn't actually lock the doors, but she put the latch.

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So one is to actually put a lock where you need a key to open it. And the other one is that you just you just you don't close it with the latch. So the latch wall you'd have to do is you'd get there, open the latch in and then open the door is extra effort to get out of the room. But it would have been really difficult for him to open it into a lot. But anyway, the MOCA signal said that they were actually locked up, she locked them up properly with the key. They say that usable. So he ran to the door knowing that it's locked.

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But because he had his tawakkol and his dependence on Allah, when he went to the door, Allah automatically opened the door. Right? That's a conductive see that says that she actually locked in with a key

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multiple facilities. Having said that multiple multiple personnel said that was a latch. So when use what I said I'm had to go towards the door, some of us who have said that even then the latch just open for users to get out. Other said no. And this is more of reality. So more reality is that users had to go to the door. Now he's running away from the woman, he has to stop there, open the Latin, open the door and then run again. Whereas zulekha is having a run all the way.

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So she's trying to grab him to commit Zina. And he's trying to run away from her and run away from the sin. And both of my racing Allah uses the word estaba. They're racing one another, because it's like the race of sewaholic you think of in the moment, one man is trying to race away from her arm and towards the radar and the pleasure of his load. And the woman is racing towards her arm and towards something that she's not supposed to do. The total opposites of one another. As they come

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to us as she comes towards him, and he's slowing down because he has to open the latches. The seven doors he has to get out of. she catches up with him and she grabs him by the back

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And she knows she's obviously she's, she's in a mood that she wants to do it. Right. She's in a mood. hormones are kicking left right center. So she grabs useful Isilon from the back on his t shirt. And she tries to pull him towards her, and he pulls with his mic away from her, the back of his shirt rips,

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a ribs he carries on running, he gets to the final door, he opens that door.

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And then

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it's serious trouble.

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What happens both of them find the Lord of the house meaning her husband at the door.

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And then she says, you know when she she's right behind you. So let's around her husband's at the door. This is second. Obvious I'm taking a long time to get to this. But I'm saying this because I want you to appreciate the whole environment here. Her husband standing there shot looking at both of them. It's like, why are they both breathing like that? And what's his look on his face? And forget his face her face? It wasn't like

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she's waiting on her face was

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good.

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This

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is in no time. No time.

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So here's the husband who's just got to the door and he sees his wife crying his wife say, Oh, this man tried to rate me.

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Wow.

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How fast was that woman and making up the story. Now users M is in serious trouble

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is you see a show because he's got these red face and breathing heavy, obviously red because he's rushing with blood trying to get away from him mas Allah, may Allah protect him. And now he's in a real, you know, dilemma.

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What's he going to say right now? And she's just thrown this whole allegation on him. And how's he supposed to prove that she was the one that went for him and not him. So he spoke.

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He spoke. Because at those times, you can't stay quiet. If you stay quiet, when you're in the right than you're in the wrong.

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If you're in the right, you speak my friend. And the next thing is if you're in the right, you speak and you stay there and you speak and you speak with full conviction. That's what the surety says to you. is not the time to say, you know, okay, man, you know, I'm sorry, your wife feels like this, but I'm off you know.

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She couldn't speak. They said here our that she was the one that's trying to seduce me. She's the one. Now the husband thinking well, someone's gonna be lying. So then Allah says shahida shahidul mean Alia.

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A witness from her family gave witness to this event and said this, that it looked at his shirt. If your shirt is ripped from the front, then that means use of Isilon went for her. She tried to get him away, and she ripped his shirt. But if his shirt is read from the back, then she went for him, not him for her. And he tried to get away and she ripped t shirts. And when the husband looked at the shirt, he saw is ripped from the back. And

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now, who is this person that gave the witness that has seen most of see to say that it was the cousin of this woman, an elderly fella ugly figure

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who was very intelligent. And he was one of those that could look at a situation and judge from the clues what actually happened. So he was bought into this matter. And the husband asked said, Look, what do you say, man? What do you what do you say to his nephew that the husband is the husband's? So it's the husband's called his wife's cousin. So he called him in and said, What do you say?

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He's like a brother to me. What do you say? He said, Look, let's judge this case. He looked around and said, Look, can we write if he raped her, then why would he shall be ripped from the bat? Right? That's

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One of

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the other deceit is and this is backed by Hadith. And I and I, inclined towards other there's about four different narrations for this. And it's a Sahih Hadith narrated three members of the Allahumma were Professor of Law Harrison says that for children, meaning babies have spoken from their cradle, and one of them was the baby in a cradle, in the palace of use were useless animals. And the baby was there to witness all of this.

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Now, Savalas in what happened is then as soon as the the the husband was there, and he's trying to investigate what happened.

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And he came inside he thought, How do I how do I judge what happened?

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The baby from the cradle said that would be enough as a miracle to know that useful as alive is in the truth but the baby went right into the investigation said do you look at the shirt. Now we learn another thing from this

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this is nothing there are people so Allah allowed him you know, you know everything around us. Everything around us is a camera of Alaska when

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you think about it,

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my friend you want to sin

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wherever you're sitting. You know those pencils on your table. I just lying there, a stapler. This is like the, the rubber on the in our rulers lying there. They're all witnesses of a law.

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The table is a witness of a law the floor is a witness of a law, the planks of wood underneath your feet or feet are a witness of a law. The light above your head is a witness of a law, the screen of your computer is a witness of a law. The earphones you've got inside your ears are a witness and a camera of Allah. And if Allah wants to make any one of those speak on the Day of Judgment, they're going to speak everything's recording everything that we do. And that's what we learn from this ayah that that baby What does the baby understand about what's going on? So hang on what we also learned from this is that you know, you know when we get to the Day of Judgment, you know, right now we

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can't remember the first five years or six years of our life when we get to the Day of Judgment we're going to remember even the time we came out of a mother's rooms

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alone allow Nick has ruined everything everything even on your baby and things that we witness, which are forgotten. He's gonna make us In fact, they say who's gonna be decide thing? Yep. They say that, you know, all the languages of the world are all in your head right now.

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You just learned in life, how to unlock one of them or two of them.

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And you're gonna say to me now and I say that's going to be too far, you know, gonna be too far. But you know, there are many, there are scientists who haven't worked this out. There are many people across the world who have a sudden bang in the head. And it says speaking the language they never spoke in the life. They

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never spoke in his life, or Germany's life or English in the life of French in his life when suddenly speaking fluently as if it is mother tongue. They can't explain what this is. And they say the only thing I can say is that there are neural paths through our brain that perhaps test things in that we haven't discovered. Anyway, let's get off the subject let's get back to the surah Allah azza wa jal then says

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the husband turned around to the to the wife and said in whom in KD Kuhn he said this is from your plot.

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It's from your plot in Acadia could nauseam you know your plot why you just tried to do that is is massive. You're the one you went for Yousuf to try and rape him. Then you put the blame on him.

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This is our V. This is great as in How How could you do this? Now he's obviously reprimanding his wife for doing this.

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But what he was a wise man, see what any man could have probably done? Yeah, yeah, come over, come over. Let me give you to come over.

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The man was a wise man. He thought you know what if I take this matter forward, and I start to take it out on my wife isn't going to stop it. When someone's in love with someone you can't just beat them up and beat the love out of them. Can you do that guys? Can you grab someone or beat the love out of them?

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Can you do that? You can't. You can beat the daylights out of them. But that part is gonna go first is going Boom, boom, boom, after you beat them. I'm just gonna go boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.

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They want more. So the man was wise man. So you know what, I can't stop this wife of mine going towards him, but he's gonna think of

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Way to stop this and he's gonna get away, he will find a way and a very good way. So he's he needs to buy. So you know what if the town is this, if this is this is the from a very intelligent person, if the town hears this,

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if the city of Egypt is this, then I am going to be the one who'll be more embarrassed than anybody else. my dignity is gone, my honor is gone. So he turned around to us for us and said Yusuf arriba another, he said, Forget about it.

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You know, he's told his wife off, and he's appealing to us to use of a VPN to you. Don't you tell anyone about it?

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Just forget it. Forget the issue. Why did you do that? Because, you know, the worst thing that happens, you know, you know, any evil that can happen where people start to get a bit, you know, uneasy with one another is usually how do you make that happen? Can anyone tell me you know, most of the things that are happening where people are upset to get angry or frustrated with each other? I want to really go through each of those start talking bad about each other, whatever else it is that you know, the against each other. How does it happen? You don't tell me what's the secret?

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behind what

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influence and what else?

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rumors as a good good and what how do you spread rumors.

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Tell I was telling. Using What?

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Yeah, the tongue.

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The tongue is the mechanism to spread all of this. You think any two people are fighting without somebody using the tongue in between and getting them to

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think so?

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That tongue if you keep quiet if every human being right now kept quiet. Everyone is imagine is musty. Everybody can do this Masjid. Nobody spoke. Everybody said Allahu Akbar. Pray the Salah.

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Out nobody said a word in the masjid. Nobody's anybody outside the machine. Nobody's ever anyway, the committee members came in, nobody spoke to each other. They all came inside to clean log data.

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And everyone did their job without anyone speaking to anybody else. We think there'd be any trouble.

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No trouble problem. So I'm telling you probably to zip up you know, I'm saying.

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So that's why he said to you, so I said I'm useless. I'll just turn away from it. Forget it mean that don't you say anything about anything? What stuff is really that big? And he said to his wife, you you should ask Allah for forgiveness stuff at all. Ask you know for forgiveness. And sorry, one, these are what started with that being said, you should seek forgiveness for your sin, meaning

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ask Yousuf to forgive you.

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Because inochi couldn't see him in a heartbeat in you are definitely from those who have made a mistake. Now

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the man's trying to contain all this. He knows that this woman's gone crazy for this boy, or this young man. The young man is innocent. And he really likes the young man.

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What is he supposed to do in the situation anyway? You know what happens is news breaks how news breaks. A law doesn't tell us how you breaks. But how it spreads. Allah tells us

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how does it spread? Quran says and number 30 is wirkkala nisswa tune Phil Medina, the women in the city, they said right. Now what does that mean? brothers and sisters are listening here.

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If you ever tell a woman a secret, it is no longer a secret. That is a rule you should write down my friend.

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And my my way of saying is that you tell one woman you've told all the women

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right? The thing is, yes, men do spread gossip and signal things. You know, what a woman does it with?

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The way they do it is like they do with style.

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They come what they'll do is and again this is not I'm not being sexist here. I'm not being you know, I'm just telling you the things that are wrong with men and women you gotta judge me from all the things I say but on this particular tuxedos, and number 30

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Allah azza wa jal has told us about the women why because a woman will come to you and a woman will actually say to you, I'm not supposed to tell you this, but this happened. Don't tell anyone. Okay. The next this woman who heard it will go

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I'm not supposed to tell this to another woman. She's saying

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Each one is doing the same thing to another one. And they're all saying to you that you're thinking I'm the only one that knows this. Now, how will Allah

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when the whole city is talking about it, but anyway, what happened is that the women, they, they, they started to talk and when the women start to talk, this is what happens. They're not just going to say, you know, nobody was there to witness the whole incident. Nobody was there. They heard that, my god that is what the conversation they had. They said, you heard this. The minister, his wife, oh, my God, the luxuries the woman's got.

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She's there with all the pamper stuff that she needs. And the woman foods for a slave boy, oh, my God. What news dude. And they're saying this, they're talking about her and how she's, she's got so much money, she's got luxuries got everything she wants. And she just after a young man, younger than her, she's falling in love. They said, called Shahar. hoba she, she's trying to

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seduce him. You know what, you know what? She just teaches falling in love with this boy. Oh, my God, the new what's happening is they're all saying it to one another. And they're adding stuff on. So one of the things that added on is in Atlanta, Rafi abahlali, mubin she's completely lost. She's, she's lost. Now. furama semi at V makary. Hina. The next part of the verse. And Allah is revealing so much to us. In this in this surah. The women spoke Yes. And they spoke, they spread the news. And this woman here zuleikha she hears about what they said. And the thing that goes in her mind is that they're just up to something very evil. She didn't even think about is as you know what, it's a

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natural thing that would happen. Oh, she's thinking this is evil. Why did Allah say this? Why Allah said this is because, you know, and I'm telling this from modern day psychology, guys, you know, men, men, they, when they're in front of other men, they don't think what the other guy's thinking about them. They just say what they're gonna say. And they just said it. And as he's done, that's it. Women, when they come in front of one another, they're saying something, but the thinking something else. And the biggest thought is what I've just said, I wonder what that woman really thinks about what I just said. That's what's going in a woman's head. So you know, like, two guys

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might come in front of each other the bulk of bags, right imagine the bulk on holiday. They've got two guys one guy here one guy, they got the back. No man ever is gonna start saying you know Hey, man, you know you back there this night? Yeah, I wonder where you got it from? They don't even get a get get into the conversation. But even if they got in the conversation about each other's bags, you'd be like if he said yeah, man you know? Scalise? You know you're

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thinking get it for 20 good. Ross. Nice, man. decent size j is looking good. Good. Good. Yeah. Tell me what you get from a good finish. When he said it's a nice bag. He meant it's a nice bag.

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And listen to the next video to women. They come with two bags.

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So when a woman says to them, Oh, I like your bag.

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This woman says Oh really? Yeah, I just caught it from

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this one thinking she really liked my bag.

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Does she really like it? Or she tried to say it's too big.

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I wonder what she's saying. All she can say is too small. Huh? Huh? Oh, yeah. So yeah.

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looks lovely. really lovely. You know, always feels really nice. This one thinking? Why didn't she carry on talking about my backpack? And this could be the case sometimes they think they're making comments to each other. And they're always thinking I wonder how I'm being judged right now by the other maybe it's not as bad as you know the old thinking every time about what they said. But listen, when you and you guys can be witnessed to me on this ride. Allow Unless Unless you tell me that I'm going mad here anyway. You know when you got you have guests coming to your house here and something lying around in the house. A man hasn't probably even seen it lying somewhere. Some little

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thing lying in the corner somewhere with it. And mine is even seen it. Your guests came inside your guests left here. And then after that your wife comes in and looks.

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You had your guest in here. And that thing was that you didn't even bother picking her up. Her you didn't see

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the guests my thing that we are

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People who are, you know, untidy and came. We don't care about this house isn't that and Whoa, even I didn't see my guest didn't see a thing is for the woman it has to be that wall has to be proper, you know tidy them because they're thinking man is what other woman's who walks in here that that's how we mean women think it's like everything every little thing matters. Now what I've just said that guy's easy. Would you back me up on that true? No? Yeah. Oh gotta be true from you guys. Right now what I'm saying this from this deceit is that look how Allah azza wa jal is talking about something's happened private, or all of this starts to spread because the women and the next thing

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is that zulekha has heard it and the way she her opinion is different from what really happened. her opinion is that these women are really up to making me look ugly. Okay, I'm gonna make them look ugly. Right. So what she does is she calls him over

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for good, you know, just just, you know, just just come and eat mama plays and I'm gonna cook for you guys and all of that. They come, she makes she makes nice cushions for every single one. And they all can sit nicely and all nice and relaxed. And then she basically gives each one a knife in their hand and says, here's a piece of fruit. Take each one and each one's got a knife. say look, I just want to do something right now. You've all got your knife in your hands. And you've all got the fruit. Just imagine is an apple in the hand here. You've all your fruit. Yeah, I just want to do something here. I just want to tell all of you to cut the fruit and say, can you please get cut in

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the fruit and they start cutting the fruit and all of a sudden she tells us for him to come out. She had him there behind the curtain. So you cannot just walk in front and go

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so useful. I said I'm just walking on she has to do that because this woman is already planning to put him into prison and getting punished. So he just walked in front of the women he just walked in and going past and the Wonder Woman or women were cutting this and then days whoa

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whoa

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whoa.

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They saw the big of this guy that seen handsome man before but they're not seen anything like these days said, you know already they've cut the hand but they can't feel any pain brother. This is you know, boom, boom. And I'm saying that don't feel anything. They said harsh anesthesia, this is not even a human being. They even they even said that they said, this is not a human being. This cannot be a human being. This has to be a noble Angel. Now, Allah azza wa jal reveals to us how they say a kebab. Who, which is that they magnified him in their eyes. What happens here is after he leaves

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and goes past, they all suddenly realize, whoa, we just kind of have bleeding all of them are bleeding. And they put another and azula was having the best laugh.

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you telling me after you

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could even cut a piece of fruit. Hmm. Cut your hands. Yeah. Now you want to plaster that you had the pastor that was making it up? Yeah. But anyway, you need something to stop the blood right now. Yeah, you just cut straight into this. Imagine imagine this you know?

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Imagine this year that you cut a piece of your own flesh.

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And you still don't feel the pain?

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How so? Bottom line because of what because of because of seeing beauty.

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Seeing beauty

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now so we had a lot of email from this one one alum said he said a beautiful thing.

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As well as say this Angela we're gonna we're gonna say bit more few more things about this i in the next one, and then we'll carry on shala. But just before the other angles Give me three minutes challenge to say this one. Now there was one one individual who wanted to understand that you know death when death comes to you.

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Death comes to you death is a painful thing we all know, death is painful. Even those who lost losman settings on his deathbed that death is painful.

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So one Alamin scholar he really wanted to find the How is it that a lie saying that the believing people will go through death even though it's painful is still not going to be painful for them.

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He thought how what's the Delete for this? So he searched and searched and certainly couldn't find it. So he kept making law to allow our last show me how is that believe it goes to death and a believer doesn't feel

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The pain but it must be painful. So then he saw Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam in his dream is a true incident.

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And Rasulullah sallallahu told us a look in the Quran you will find the evidence and he looked in the Quran and he couldn't find the evidence. So he again beseech Allah and Allah azza wa jal showed the progress of the loudness and again, in his dream, and promise of Aspen said, he said, Look in Surah Yusuf, he looked into the use of he couldn't find on a third time. Professor Lawson said to me in a dream, he said, look at this, if this was this ayah which means what? out of the beauty that you see, you're cutting your own flesh, you don't even you don't even feel the pain because of the beauty that Allah shows you. Imagine at the time of the death of a believer when the believer sees

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the beauty of the archetype of Jana ro hawara. Han and sweet fragrance of Jana and being having good news of a lobby never unhappy with him ever again. That is self seeing. Witnessing all of that means that the pain of death is nothing.

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You don't even feel anything. But anyway, I'm going to carry on from this verse jhala. I'll see you again after my trip in two weeks time.