Hasan Ali – Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 49

Hasan Ali
AI: Summary © The transcript describes a woman who is scrambling for water and wants water. She then goes back to her mother and talks about a woman who talks about her father's actions and events. The segment also touches on the theory that musasa is a threat and that people are more likely to be scared by police. The transcript describes various events and people, including a woman who talks about her father's actions and events.
AI: Transcript ©
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many window recommender, I'm gonna handle the letter blonde amigos salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa and he started mine.

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Firstly salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So we are in the second session of musala, Salam and Harun Allah Hassan. And as I explained to you that this is going to be a long one because there are many references to the life in the Quran, especially musala Islam. And one of the last things I said last week was that Allah had joined together in marriage, one of the greatest enemies of Allah on the earth at the time, which was around greatest enemy of religion, greatest enemy of the Prophet, masala Salaam Salaam. Allah married him to one of the closest individuals to Allah. So one of the people that the person who was the furthest away, who was

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Pharaoh, Allah married him to a woman whose name is Asya. And she's the closest to Allah azza wa jal, one of the closest to Allah of the Earth at the time

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after Masada Salam after Haruna Salam is one of the closest to Allah. And her mentioned is in the Quran, not only hear about you know, in number nine surah number 28, but also where Allah specifically mentions about this woman, and he mentions her her time with with Sharon and what she actually said as a matter of law. This is in Surah Surah number 66 ayah number 11. Allah says Ba ba ba ba masala de la Vina mmm Rotherham.

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So Allah gives the example of

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an example for the for the believers would the example he gives for the believers is the woman of ROM. Just before that he gave the example of the wife of no Hello a Salaam and the wife will loot on a Salaam in number 10 of surah number 66. And he said, and it's very, very startling. If you look at this, these examples, here you've got loot Allah salam, a prophet of Allah, no Hassan prophet of Allah and their wives are two disbelievers.

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So you've got the again, you've got people who are completely disbelieving in Allah married to people who are the closest to a lambda, and the opposite happens. Where the man is, the furthest away from Allah is Sharon. And the woman is is Asya, who is a believer. And Allah says, If Allah turabian in that debate and filled Jana, when she said, My Lord, make me a house.

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next to you in Jana, a close to you in general, let me be basically she's trying to say let me be in general terms with those in the most prominent place in general, for those who have a house, when I really mean for our family and saved me from crown and his actions when a gentle home environment has saved me from all the oppressed people are pressing people, they're pressing people, meaning the people of Iran. So she's saying this drama, and Allah is praising her in the Quran, while she's in this house. Now, what do we learn from this? And we can see that as musala, Islam is growing, you have Asya, that is also protecting him in a sense, because if it was three rounds, way musallam

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would be banished from the palace by now. Or he would be he would be laid out Why? Because he's already looking like an Israeli,

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as in from the history. And he's looking like them not only that he's also challenging around. So he doesn't like Sharon's ways he doesn't. He doesn't appreciate what Iran does. And many times he's on the wrong side of Iran and telling him you know, showing him disapproval of his actions. So if Iran knows this, I should run would love to just now wipe Moosa if he could, but he can't because of his wife. And what Allah shows here is like if you were to just focus on the on the fact that

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if you if you are next to or if you're close to someone who's doing oppression on the earth, what does that make you look like? Just think about that you're next to someone who's doing a lot of oppression. India's you next one, your perhaps with them. We've got two great examples in the Quran. At that time, one is around volume. His wife is one of the close believers and at the same time, there is a there is a

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man in the count amongst the the close Counsel of around who's actually a believer and we've got that also in the Quran in surah number

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40 number 28. A lot of them mentioned that this man was was a close close person to, as in a person who was from the Council of around but he hid his email. He believed in musallam. He believed in massive musasa. He was a believer just as as he was a believer, she believed in the message.

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But she wasn't a person who revealed who believed to Pharaoh. And what does that show us and the other man he wasn't a man who showed his belief to the people around him yet he gave him gave him Darwin in a very subtle way. What this shows is that we need hikma wisdom when we give Dawa you can always blurt out the truth. But are some Muslims say I don't care, I'm gonna say the truth.

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You want to say the truth, say the truth, I think.

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But there's places where you have to use your reasoning and your wisdom and say, you know, it's better not to speak about the truth. Now.

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Imagine us here, the wife fit around reveals the fear. And guess what I believe in Moosa and I believe in his message.

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You know what's gonna happen, she'll be dead. Imagine that man in the council said the same thing that I believe in his message. And I'm telling you not to do this exercise that he finished. Now, we've got two Muslims today, who are not all Muslim. For some Muslims, all they want to do is throw something at someone or look at him, he's hanging around with them, he's part of them is doing, you know, he's walking with them talking with them. Even with the with the politics with this, this story is going to cover a lot of politics for us, and politics from the plan. But what we find is that Muslims want to throw this in that, you know, regimes and governments and say, well, they're

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all the same. Don't say they're all the same. Don't just paint them all in one brush. There may be some people in there who truly believe in your agenda who want to help you. But they cannot reveal that. Because if they reveal that they'll be kicked out of the party,

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they'll be banished from the party, they will no longer have the power to sit in that seat and do what they want. So you and the hikma that we learn from this is one is that that you don't just speak when you want to speak. And the other thing is you have to sometimes wait for the right moment to speak.

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So like today, you know, today we've got we Muslims in Britain. It's not, I don't think it's healthy for us to go out there and say yeah, you know, once we get into power, we're gonna do X, Y, and Z and blah, blah, blah, there are Muslims out there who do all of this. And all they're doing is really causing a lot of trouble for for the rest of the Muslim population. Why? Because you're talking about things that you don't know you don't necessarily need to speak about. We're in London, we're in Britain, we're in. We're in this country we live in amongst the people. Now we've got to get to have that Hickman wisdom in how you approach and how you stay amongst people just like you

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look at masala Salaam, he is a an individual growing in the palace of Iran. He is an outsider, but he's been welcomed inside because of the wife of Iran. He is Yes, he is disapproving of your own actions. But he's not what he's not doing is he's not going

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straight into like, outwardly and very sort of openly against Iran. He's not doing any of that. He's showing his disapproval, like not joining him in in the things that he does. But at the same time, he's not very, you know, openly trying to show the ground, you know, I don't like what you're doing. He's not doing any of that. He's not speaking out against him. But if Iran can read that this man is not the same as all my other men that I've got. Who approve of everything that I do. Today, insane. So musallam what it what is doing is, you know, he's showing us hikma here, we need to understand there are times when we need wisdom over knowledge. Just because you've got the knowledge to do

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something and say something, or know the truth, you know, musallam can see that these people have been enslaved. He can see that he knows is amongst them. But he doesn't speak. He doesn't say anything. But he shows his disapproval in a very sort of subtle way. And you know, they get the message, but he's not, you know, he's not being so direct about it. So what Allah azza wa jal says, after this.

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So just before I go into the next next ayah, is that imagine that the life of us he or she stays a whole lifetime with this man who's oppressing who's killing people who's killing newborn babies, a man who's killing newborn babies, boys one year and let's have another year and he's doing that. So Hannah Lola, she's under this and she knows that she knows what he's doing. But yet she still remains where she is. The thing is, sometimes Allah azza wa jal chooses people to be in a place for a reason.

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Sometimes Allah does that. And another

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Some, my sisters are gonna be listening to this. And they're thinking maybe there's some brothers that that you're you're stuck with, with a woman, you know, somewhere where you think, you know, I didn't, I didn't think fate would turn out like this, sometimes fate takes you in a place where you find yourself trapped. But what you've got to do is you've got to take these examples and say, Look, you know what the best I can do is be like, Asya that's the best I can do. There are some time brothers who get to say, gee, you know, it doesn't mean that you have to always rebel and get out of that situation and move, move on another note, I know that the detail is needed here. But just take

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the message that sometimes when you really trapped, there's no way out. You have to become like these people say, Well, you know, I'm just going to keep my my dogs with a lot of debt. And she said no gentlemen around, save me from from Iran and his and his actions and saved me from Iran and his actions. So you know, there's an example in this. So let's move on now what happens is musala Sam, he grows up while I'm Bella should the who was Stella attina, who, as musala, Sam is growing, he's becoming very healthy individual, he's got a lot of strength, a lot of strength. And he's also got this, this short fuse in him, he can snap and he can break out, he's got a lot of strength, his can

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break you know, he can show you his microphones but he's not that type. He's also got a very gentle side to him. And we're going to see this in in a while in the story. So as he's growing up a lot gives him a Pokemon roadmap a lot gives him the, the quality to differentiate between something that is right and something that is wrong, Allah given the quality to differentiate between good and bad. Now, this is something which is from the fitrah from from the natural, you know, natural circulation of a large region, but more so Allah says vaca Valley Connect demoscene those who excel in doing good, I give them this quality even more. So the people who are good amongst us are like Islam an

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innate quality, and kind of an insight to know that you know, I shouldn't be doing this, you know what, I should be doing this they've got this sort of inside sense of knowing what to do what not to do and and it's according to what Allah would like, and Allah would dislike as well. So, and this is something which I like is the prophets specifically, like all prophets in their lives, they lead a life up to the prophethood because Allah Allah was not a prophet yet. But up to the Prophet hood, they get the sense of knowing what's wrong and right and they follow it accordingly. This is something which Allah gives them in the fifth round the natural disposition,

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but the Holland Medina Allah he may have let him in Allah it was daytime siesta time really hot people are sleeping, most of the soldiers are taking a dose and he enters into the main part of the of the Egyptian you know, City of missiles.

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He enters into there and the wider the fee are Delaney katella. He finds two men quarreling.

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The word used is yakattack de Lan, this quarrel is something that potentially could lead to one killing the other. And it's quite obvious who might kill who there is a Coptic, who's a tip they got an average activity in English was a Coptic complex or the the men of Iran. So the Coptic soldier, and there is the there's one of the members of Vanessa

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and, you know, the the nation of masala Salaam Salaam. And both of them are arguing, and it says it's a severe sort of argument and musallam just happens to come and find them argue, has I mean, she it he will have I mean, Adobe, Allah mentions is that this one is from his party. This one is from his group meaningly. But man from the new survey, we had them in Adobe, and this one is from his enemies. Now, there's a big lesson here. Why does Allah mentioned this before he moves on to the next part of what happens? Because we have pre notions in our minds, that give us a sense of what we want to do based on what we already know. So let me explain this.

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When musala salam came there, he sees a Coptic soldier arguing with the Bundestag, and in his whole mind, he's got you know, what, these these soldiers they've been oppressing burners, right. And I've seen it and I know what they do. Because of this, in his mind, he seems straightaway that this soldier is the oppressor and that Burning Man from burning struggle, he is the oppressed and because also the likening and closeness to the burning Striae we musallam he favors

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He has this kind of, you know sorrowful feeling towards him, whereas he has some kind of, you know, feeling of hatred towards the soldier is natural because of his background because of what he's seen all his life and that's what I mentioned this that's that this man is from his his party is his, you know tribe and that man is from his enemies. Why? Because brothers and sisters when you listen to the next part of the story, keep this in your mind. It's going to reveal something to us. It's going to reveal our our behavior. So let's move on. Allah says festiva hula demon she hace la la de nada we the one that is from his own tribe, his tribesmen, who is the man from Israel, he says Moosa

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helped me out was they helped me out. Okay. Now they fear struggle wherever the struggle was between them to a musasa resort for help.

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So musala said comes to help. As in he wants to, he wants to push the Skyway they're very close to each other. And God knows what might happen in the next moment is all it will take is the for the soldier to pull out a knife or something stabbed the Bundesliga, he could do that any moment. And if he wants to do that, no one's gonna battle an island in the city and the Faroe Islands gonna back United musasa knows this. So it's a heated moment. And musalla sam comes up, and he wants to push the sky away from push the soldier away from the news from the man families, right? So musasa let me know he's got his strength. Don't forget, he's a really, really nice strong individual, right? Allah

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has given him some power, the same time, he he has this slight temporary name. So put those two things together. And the pre notion that he has, he punches this man away, okay, he's just gonna punch him one, so that, you know, he can just punch him straight in the chest, not the soldier down. So the soldier will just back off from the man from binary strike. Okay, that's all he intended to do. And nobody's going to say anything to musallam because musasa Ram is one of the people living in the palace of Pharaoh.

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Okay, so there's no questions on him in punching this guy and just moving him away. tower Kansa who Moosa so musala salaam threw a punch onto his chest, and threw him back. And this soldier fell straight onto the ground. But when he fell onto the ground,

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he died.

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He didn't get back up.

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He just lay flat, and I could be anything, it could have been the punch, the impact of the punch straight onto the heart, that could have caused a heart attack. It could have been the way he fell, and the back of the head on smack straight on to the ground. You know, it happens, right? Even in boxing and things happens, sometimes they fail to blow, you know, just the way you fall down backwards is like very rare, very unexpected, but it just happened. And musallam is standing there waiting for him to get back up. He's not getting back up to check his pulse, and they know that he's dead.

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Now musallam did not intend to kill this man. There is no way he intended to kill him. And he's looking at the Israeli, you know, the man from an Israel and he's looking at him and they

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have them in a harmony shape. And so this this is from one of the actions of the shape and meaning that, you know, the he's not saying that his own action, what he did is from the action of the Shakedown, so that the shape of his influence, you know, he's saying that the whole scenario of how all the things came together is something from the Shakedown.

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And what do we learn from this what we learn from this a sometimes, you know, when you get to a heated moment, okay, you get a heated moment, that don't just forget that there might be you. There might be two others there, there might be things going on. Okay, there's a heated debate going on here. Please don't forget, Uncle seitan is somewhere in between the three. Okay? So he could be flaring, meaning that these shaytaan made the Coptic

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flare at the Israeli and this is shaitan made both of them struggle with each with each other, just at the time when musala was coming, and now is going to make salads that I'm degree deep trouble. Not that this mean, I'm going to say that doesn't mean that, you know, shaytan made him punch this man. It doesn't mean that Okay, so let's let's make that clear. It means that the whole scenario and how things came together. It was from the time that this all happened

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in a huazhu Mobile movie, and he is clearly an enemy that is that that leads us astray and this is number 15 of surah number 28. He

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tend to airlines at rugby in New Zealand. Oh, my lord. I clearly have wronged myself by as he look, he's here with it with a dead soldier. I've wronged myself, feelings of love of Allah as in, what can I do right now if musasa was to go and report back, I accidentally killed one of the coptics you know what that means? That means moose Allison's dead. They're going to kill him around waiting for moose, Allison just to slip up, because he knows that this man doesn't approve of his actions. So Philip is waiting for that. So use that as a means to turn around and say, Look, Look, guys, you guys just accidentally killed him. First. No one's gonna believe him. How can you just accidentally

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kill a man with one blow?

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You must like broken his head or, you know, intentionally killed him. There's no way this can be an accident. No one's gonna believe it's an accident. A second thing is there's going to be retribution musasa will be taken and now he knows that. That's why he turned to Allah for forgiveness, as in he can't do anything else except ask for forgiveness from Allah. He can't go back and he would love to go back and say look, sorry, guys, this was a big mistake and a folk who try and get forgiveness from the family members over he'd love to do that. But this is not the moment to do that. This is the moment when he's going to face death for an accident. So he said, Finley, Allah forgive me. And

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Allah says for Allah, I forgave him in that. Don't worry, this punch. And accidental death was something which Allah had

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Allah decreed this now here's where we learn a little a little bit about other.

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Musa alayhis salam, though he has the fear, he might get questioned the day of judgment about this, because Allah will need to happen because Allah wants it to happen.

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At this moment, musala Hassan is not going to get questioned about it.

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You guys understand? If Allah makes me do something in my life, which he made me do, and he wanted a bigger consequence coming out of that because we're gonna see what happened because of this one punch. You're going to see what happens to the life of Musa his whole life is now turned upside down. And Allah decreed all of it. Allah wanted through this one punch ally wanted to take musallam out of the city. He wanted to take him away from from fear on all his men. All right, he wanted to give him training, he wanted to take him out to the wilderness. He wanted to prepare him to become a prophet. And for that he couldn't keep him there. In the place where he was born and grew up, he

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could have the circumstances that wouldn't make him the person that that he would become if you went outside. And for that Allah decreed this and for that reason, Allah is not going to question musasa on the day of judgment and say, Musa you kill this man and therefore, you've now got to find some way of getting given retribution. No. Just as you know, Adam and I ceremony ate from the tree.

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There is no questioning to other esalaam Why did you eat from the tree? When I told you not to eat from the tree? There's no question Why? Because it's one of those things a lot decreed.

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He did it. Yes. There's, there's guilt from his feelings of why'd you do it? Oh, my Allah, you know, please forgive me. Robin. Avraham, Nan, Susannah. All those things are there, that's fine. But Allah is not going to question him because Allah had a great

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plan. He wanted him to eat from the tree, why he wanted to come down to the earth, and the whole of the bundle and the children rather would get born in you would be here today in the sun, so it's a great plan. But because of that, Allah is not going to ask him why did you Why did you eat from the from the tree? So I'm going to ask somebody,

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why did you kill that man?

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So we understand a little bit of our calendar here. And Allah says in the hall of regret, this is forgiven as in this is forgiven. I'm not going to even ask him about the situation. Allah Robbie Bhima and Allah so Allah you've been so kind to my Lord, you've been so kind to why because all his life he can see in Allah just favorite his favorite him growing up as the only only Israeli only man from Australia who's living in the palace of Iran. He knows his background, he knows his life his grew up, and he knows that Allah has given in this special position for an akuna was a hero image to me, I will not become one who backs those who are who are sinners, meaning that even though this man

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has just died, this this is not going to make me go to the other side and start supporting the coptics. You can understand that sometimes we make we make a mistake, just because you make a mistake. You and me

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Make Up For the mistake. And to make up for the mistake, you might think you know what, let me go to the other side. Let me make them happy. Let me let me sort of, you know, be at ease with the let me just give up my principles for a little while, maybe just be some kind of, you know, let me succumb to them. Let me you know, give given to them. People do this because they think that they made a mistake, you go to the other party, you go the other side, you go to the enemy's side, and you're trying to like, give him a bit because you made a mistake. And he said, Look, I'm still not going to do this. Even though there's a mistake, this man is finished, he's gone. I'm still not going to back

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any of those coptics though this one died accidentally, fast, perhaps in Medina to Haifa. In the city, he remained fearful.

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That fear has crept Why does a dead soldier out there, there's no time to take this dead soldier and bury him.

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There's no time to do that. Because if they get caught in that, that is some serious damage. You're trying to kill you kill a soldier, you live in the city of your own UB you probably be, I don't know, you probably have your arms and legs cut off from both sides for doing that around the man who will do that. So they just left a soldier Israeli went his way. musasa went his way. And musala salam he feared all night. And he uttara.

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And he kept on looking kept on looking watching. Now this is a beautiful part of the Quran that explains the a, a de matter to us.

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You know, this is all psychology part of psychology. And I'm not I'm not trying to say to you that, you know, I'm not using psychology and then saying and applying psychology over the hood. And I'm not doing that. I'm just telling you naturally, Allah has taught us the deepest emotions of human beings from the aura. So he is a prophet and man has been killed. He him so what does he do? musasa keeps on watching, too. Normally in an it wouldn't do this. He keeps him watching. It keeps on looking. He gives something who's going, who's going in that direction. That was the direction where I killed that soldier.

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And Moses and Carson walking up and down seeing which soldier is going in with direction? And who is going towards that direction in particular. Why? Because he wants to know if anybody has found out that there is a dead soldier. And if somebody has found out there's a dead soldier, what are they actually saying amongst themselves? Are they saying that they know who it is. And if they do who it is on his name is in my name that the thing that they that they know is are they saying that they noticed in Israel, it was somebody who never actually killed the man get blamed for this killing, because that could also happen. Somebody who never killed this man could get blamed for it. And

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musasa would feel even more, you know, even worse inside, he killed a man accidentally and some other man gets killed for that. He would never want that. So he's listening and he's terrified of what might actually happen. Now, what does Allah teaches from this?

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So Mohammed, I love him anyway, we know musala zombies innocent, let's just come to the real world. In our world. Sometimes there's a crime. They've seen, these are the real stats.

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And real investigations, you know, the person who commits a crime in a place, there is a 70% chance that that criminal, I'm talking about our i'm not i'm not talking about musasa. Now, talking about our there is a 70% chance that the criminal will revisit that place that day.

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Because he wants to know what's going on. He wants to know whether he's being caught. He wants to know what other people think. He wants to gather information about the whole scene. So if there's a robbery somewhere, or if there's effects somewhere, there is a 70% chance especially if it's a fifth that the thief will come back to just just walk away just just follow by not gonna come back and go inside, he's gonna walk back. Or he might come inside, but we'll pretend to be an ordinary person just inquiring you know, what's going on? What happened? Yeah, yeah. Even when there's a fight, there's a serious fight and someone's got hit badly. There's a 70% chance of the person who did it

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will come back to that place and it's happening. And and they know in this in criminology to actually that day to watch out to look at the kind of people that are visiting the place. But anyway, what he shows here is that there are deep emotions and musallam he's got this fear, but anyway, the whole night passes by, he doesn't hear anything. He doesn't hear any of the soldiers say that they know who it is, or this man, they're still thinking, Okay, it's a dead soldier. We still got to find out who did it. The next day come back out. When it comes out. He visits the same kind of place, is now looking to see you know that the dead soldier is gone. But what does he see? He

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Yesterday's strike at the same man from one slide who argued yesterday who musasa tried to help the same man is arguing with another Coptic.

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And now musala son is puzzled.

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You know what's going through His head was going through his head, his eye, I helped you yesterday.

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I hope to yesterday

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because of you I even killed a man accident.

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And I don't expect you again to get into another argument another fight with with a cop T, just as you did yesterday. Now seeing you today, arguing with another co-opting, it makes me feel I'm just saying his mind what would have gone in his mind. Seeing you today makes me feel like I could have been wrong yesterday, I probably struck the wrong man

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approached me instead of punching him to get him away from you. Maybe I should have punched you to get you away from him.

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You understand? Now Now let's visit that I Allah said Has he ever had another way? Why did Allah say that this was from his party and that was from his enemy. Why? Because naturally, because of your background, and your affiliation and your past and your history, you will always be closer to the one who's from your party. Naturally, it doesn't matter how much how careful you are, will have an inclination towards them. But you've got to be fair, you've got to be able to investigate the matter properly before you take sides. And musala cylinder thinking What have I done I could have made the situation possibly different from what it was but it was because of this man. So what do we learn

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from you we learn from here is that

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we learn from here that you've got maybe a family member you've got maybe a you know colleague, you've got someone who's close to you, you've got to be there just because they've told you a sad story just because they told you to help them doesn't mean that they are oppressed. Just because they told you how oppressed they are. You've seen how pistol was our doesn't mean that they're always going to be oppressed. I want to give you another scenario like right now, some Muslim countries, there are fights going on with with their enemies. Now I know you know, we feel sorry for our Muslim brothers and sisters, but don't always think that our Muslim brothers and sisters in

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every single circumstance are always oppressed. And they know you don't think that sometimes your own Muslim brother, your own Muslim sister in some of these countries, not all of them. Some of them might be doing something that is wrong towards the enemies. And those circumstances the enemy is actually the one in those circumstances that he was right. Sometimes when not overall he was right. When those one or two circumstances you should have told your Muslim brothers and sisters to stop it move back now. Yeah, just the musalman thinking right now. So what musala salon does is when it comes

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musalla Sam says to him in a column

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he says you today Israeli says you

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you're clearly disillusioned no the one that is in the wrong Namu xlsm this time today he is straightaway against the Israeli his own man and his his for the Coptic not because he back in the Coptic but because you think this man is argumentative? You know? He just likes to argue. He was arguing yesterday is arguing today. Now musasa is getting ready. Right now. You know he's getting ready. He's always you know, Badiola get ready for Rama arada iE optische rimu Salah Salaam showed his hand drawn towards this man.

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This Israeli man just

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completely scared, completely frightened out of his skin.

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And he said

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now musallam comes in so he draws his hand and he draws him has he thinking about the thinking about the the man who's inside he thinking you're the one wrong but at the same time what he's trying to do now he's trying to calm the situation down.

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And what happens is

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the man becomes frightened and he looks at muscles and says Amazon to read and talk to Ronnie comma Katana

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says she could kill me just let you kill the man yesterday.

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Out of fear he just blurted out, you're going to try and kill me just as you killed a man yesterday. Now no sooner Did he say this. You can imagine what is happening in

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The mind of the Coptic soldier. Now the secret has been revealed who's the one who killed the copies on yesterday. And the Israelis still still talking him today to Atlanta Kolja Baron filler.

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He just want to show your strength and your mind on the ground. You don't you don't want to sort things out. You just want to show your might and strength now. Whoa, whoa, this man is talking.

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and is and is basically what he's doing is what Israel is doing is first Israelis fearing for his own life. He might be dead today. Okay, second is he don't want to get beaten up by musasa. Even if he's not gonna die, you don't want to get beaten up. Third is he's snitching on masala Salaam so that he can get into trouble that you know you say Don't come near me. I'm gonna grace you up here. What you did yesterday. So he's put all together and now he's just turned the whole thing and put musasa in trouble.

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Now, when and the other thing is look.

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What do you what what the intention of musala salami if he knew if you knew that this man is going to snitch on him. If you knew the man is going to blurt out that he killed someone yesterday. Do you think musala salaam would have thrown his hands towards him? I wouldn't. But musasa now is in this predicament. What does he do? Sometimes, though, you don't even intend to say no to for this person to feel in a way. But this person felt in that way. You didn't mean that he never gonna kill him. You wouldn't kill him in anything. You wouldn't beat him up so bad. But the man took Elijah you know, what does this teach us? These teaches us just because you feel in a certain way doesn't mean

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another man has to feel the same way. Nobody knows the intention. Nobody knows how much you have intention of harming someone or nobody knows that nobody can measure that. They just got fear inside them. So anyway, what happens is musala salaam now his secrets of the Coptic soldier runs to the other soldiers. He tells them all he says to them that you know what, know who the killer is, is Musa.

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Now straightaway, there's an emergency meeting.

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And the council is getting together to decide on the fate of Musa why. Because nobody can touch Moosa unless who gives the authorization

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wrong. So they're having a meeting with him. And what they have now this is going to be the end of musallam had Allah not done something else. Now this is all a lot planning.

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He makes musasa growth. Now why does he make new cells and grow in that plant palace for 20? Something years? Why? Because when he makes musasa grow for 20 something years, Musa alayhis salam doesn't grow up with the fear of the enemy.

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You understand? That was a last plan first. He wanted him to grow up in that way so that he's got no fear. You can I've seen it live with him. He's disagreed with him. He's shown his disapproval forearm. He doesn't have that same way that he looks at an Israeli to move the two different things when it looks like musasa can look up look back at it. So I was given that second thing is allow him to not take him out in taking him out. He's made impotence this man has died the next day comes back again. He tries to stop another fight and that's when what happens is the secret's out now now that the secret's out musasa is inferior again. Like most Allison remains where he is he's going to be

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finished. What is a lot of because it's a lot planned to get him out a lot. Don't be getting mad how alarm makes a man from the outside of the city. As a man from outside of the city, random guy.

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He happens to that day come in the city. he happens to intermingle with some soldiers. he happens to hear that these soldiers are saying you know what? They're having a meeting inside there. And the meeting the decision is going to be passed very soon. That moose is going to be finished. No more masa. We're just waiting for the decision to finish and we come straight out and we're going to keep Moosa so they kind of jolly and happy and this man happens to be a person who could they know they can talk freely to him like this. Right? And the man is not from the inside the city is from Axel Medina from from outside of city he happened to come that day. He's happened to come down there and

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just meet the soldiers for whatever reason it was business could have been anything. And he is this and a lot of puts in his heart.

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A sorrowful feeling for musasa he thinks these guys are just gonna kill a man you know. I know Moosa

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have come to this palace many times. I've seen his character. I know he's a good man. And I know him.

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doesn't deserve to get killed out of all the soldiers and figure out I know the character Moosa. So Allah puts in his heart and I've got Paragon warn him. So he goes, he draws out of the palace, he goes and finds, you know, musasa number of his, and he says to him, you know, it could be anywhere near the Paris we don't know where musasa wasn't perhaps in the palace outside but maybe some some room somewhere wherever he was, he went straight to musala restaurant and he said yamasa

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in mela nunavik the council is having a meeting right now about your affair and they want to kill you. So get out of here. I am being absolutely clear to you and honestly, this is the case so musasa quickly get I know sneaks out of the palace for hadas even haha he comes out of the palace he's scared Yeah, top cop and he keeps on looking back leafs are looking around. Now a lot of reveals to us that when a person is in such fear, they will be looking around these this is body language that we learn from the Quran. The Quran teaches a lot of body language. The person is the person is not fearful that we

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are fearful.

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Yet Yeah, you know, eye movements, the movement of the head, the more you look the body movements like this, there's all these things you can read. And there's there's huge studies on this. You know, next time you come to the airport, yeah. And so you come to the airport. There's a lot of movements of yours that's being carefully watched my friend from to the camera, your concern? You come with your family through the green channel, the one that says nothing to declare. Yeah, now if you are normal person, you got nothing to declare the suitcase, you know, just full of normal clothes or whatever else there's nothing illegal you vote and you go to the you're gonna go like a

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normal person was normal, normal business walks. No person just looks here this way. Right look, right there. Number two, probably talking that we're not good eye contact with the person talking the office. We'll just go now. A person who's got something illegal inside there. looks up there saying where's the camera boy? And I know a person who's got something inside the way he does is he looks into the eye of one of the you know the guards, they're the inspectors that they've got their you will look at them at least one glance at them. Look at them, giving them a quick quick glance of the face. Are they looking at me? insane? That's why

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you're gonna get caught Why? They're gonna say Come here, come to the site. They look for this. They're trained. They're trained to look at this. But anyway, Musa Sam he's looking around he comes out and is a rugby hidden causes Lord again. Because Allah azza wa jal, Medina, has saved me from all of these oppressing people. Now he's on the run. He runs and he escaped from he's got to get far away as he can.

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From here, he goes towards a place called madeon. Okay, the city of meridian. And the city of meridian is somewhere that is

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from Egypt. It's eastward.

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Okay, so where Egypt is right now today in the map. It's towards the east towards sort of Jordan and that kind of genocide.

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Now musala salam is on the run.

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And he's very hungry, he hasn't got any food. And he travelled for seven days on on foot,

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seven days on foot, in the night time sleeping wherever, maybe in a cave under a tree, sleeping very rough. In the daytime living off any green plant he can find

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any green plant he can find he's just living off that he just chewing and eating just to survive, if not bad, so the low animal says that he was so hungry by the seventh day that his stomach, the skin of his stomach was almost like going back towards his spine.

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Almost going towards his panic. Imagine how hungry musasa is. One is fear of the soldiers because they're probably coming anytime behind. And the second thing is that he's he's got a he's got to find a home he's got to find a place where he can live. So when he's going towards Madden design number 22 of surah number 28.

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He gets to muddy into the city of Medina and he says asabi de Sala Sabine, I have trust in my Allah, that he will he will show me a pathway to a good pathway. He's taking me in the right diagnosis Mandala. He's not questioning why all this happened. This is key to you know when things go wrong. This is key that you just think that you know what, I really mean this and you want to kill that guy.

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It wasn't my fault the next day for that guy to blur out my whole thing was my phone next minute they want to kill me and I have to run my phone Why did this happen to me? Oh my god

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you know people kill themselves for not doing this musasa was turned to Allah Allah you must have had a good plan for this. Now I know that you got to show me the right path. This is the believer. Doesn't matter how bad things are. You know that Allah is going to bring you back the best way and what's the worst thing that can happen to you my friend?

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What's the worst the company's what's the worst thing that can happen to you? In a situation like this, Boko Haram?

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You can kill.

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That's the worst, right, guys? That's the worst. Yes. There's two ways of looking at it.

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Either you look at kill as in Oh my god, they killed me over God and would have missed my family.

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Everybody knew no. Oh, you can look at the other way. They kill me. They ended my misery.

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They killed me. They cannot

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do this to me anyway, they're kind of pressed me anymore. They can't do what they want anymore. I'm now with my lord with Allah who always had faith with and within can't get any worse than that. Now he's going to be really good at that. Okay, so there's two ways of looking at it. musala setup is on the run. And he comes to a water watering place. There's a well, and there's there is there is a large lid on a well, and there's also buckets to get the water some place that some people are like, some people are, you know, struggling with one another all around as well.

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Who's going to be the first one to get the water out of the world.

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And the people are just sort of scrambling with this whole place. And musala Salamis is watching this, these people are scrambling. He wants water himself. He wants water so he's waiting there. He's sitting there he needs a water he's very thirsty. Allah brings him because of the quench of his to quench his thirst because of the thirst and he brings him there. So he's waiting there patiently thing, okay, let these people finish. Even after seven days of traveling, he's waiting. A lot of this is the subsidised display. But he notices something strange you notice is that there are two women at the side. These two women have got their flock as well, by each of these people around the

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well. They're all struggling for the water. Why? Because they want to quench the thirst of their animals when we wanted to the animals.

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And there are two women who are standing at this at the side and that they're moving back the moving back there as many people come to take water, they're not standing in a queue. They're not even trying to get inside there to try and grow the water. Every time someone comes they just move slightly more back. But they're waiting and it's clear that they want water as well.

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And he sees this for some time. So he gets up, goes up to the two women says Maha Kumar says what? What's wrong? Why are you doing why you keep on moving back as people come? Why don't you just carry moving forward and wait for your turn or try to get inside there?

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They said Lana's nasty had to use the rubber.

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We can't give water to our flock. Until all these people have gone. When they've gone then we get a chance. And this is every day. We'll have to wait a patient. Well, I Guna shaken can be. And we have a father who is an old man.

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And because of that our Father, we have no brothers. We have no other family members, we've only got a father and that Father is old and that father can't come out here and do this with two young women and we just have to just stand there wait for them to finish it and then we got the end when everyone's gone. satisfied. We then go the water and we you know give water to our flow

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musala salaam felt sorry for them. Now this is just an act of a voluntary act moves as a no way knows what is happening and what he's doing to whom he's doing it. He just wants to help people as he just gets moves. Okay, fine. He said I'm going to get in the water. He goes in there

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amongst the people.

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And he gets there and with his left arm. He lifts the entire lid. Yeah, wow, some powerful guy there. His two sisters are watching him. And then he comes all the way with the water.

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And he gives it to the two women less than quench the thirst and the thirst of the flock and masala Salaam grows back after he quenches his own thirst he goes back and it goes through under a tree and you know this is just

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The voluntary act he just did that and nothing of it I just helped us find brahmanda retreat. And I think in neelima and delta Illa in Highland Park he says Robin my lord again look every time Look at that, look at the token he has when he killed the man accidently he said Robin Islam to my Lord, I seek your forgiveness. Robbie, we met and I'm Talia, Allah, you fake me so much. I'm telling you, I will not back the people who are sinners. Then when they when they when he's actually fleeing from Philippines palace is a rugby My Lord saved me from the people who are oppresses. Then when he gets too muddy in the dryer he makes it reaches the city he makes God My Lord, you know you guide me to

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the straight path and then now he does his voluntary act he comes under a tree and again on Rob be my lord in neelima and delta lamb

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I surely am desperate to receive an I'm really need great need of receiving any goodness that you're going to bring my way.

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Just sitting there just whatever happens now he's still gonna be on the fleet. He doesn't know where he's gonna go next.

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He sees in the distance someone coming and who he sees is one of the two sisters who he did a voluntary act of helping them. One of those sisters is now coming back towards him. time she is

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what you notice is is this woman who's coming towards him. She's walking in a very modest way.

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She's walking with her eyes down. She's walking in a way that she does not want to expose you know the shape of a body or anything towards massage formosana she's walking in very light. And also you know, when somebody got very modest, they will take smaller steps. And they will be very hesitant to sort of be there alone with you. You can see the modesty in the bashfulness and China's that is inside them. So this woman comes to him and it's in a walking so holiday again is his body language. time she time she Alastair here, she walks with this. This is kind of humbleness and she walks with this bashfulness shy so the way a modest manner. She walks in front of Moses and up to him. And then

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she says My father is calling you. Okay. My father is calling you, Uncle, so he can reward you for doing what you did today. Because what happened is the two sisters went home early. And the father was surprised. He said, How can you hear my girls? How can you hear back so early? So they said today there was a man

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who looked disheveled. He looked in tatters look like his shoes almost gonna go. And he was completely he was really hungry we could see. And at the same time he was he was a stranger we never seen him before. And a man who just not in this town. This is a town where people don't care for one another and they say the stranger has gone up. And he came and asked us about what he was hamara and he went straight inside there and he just got the waterfalls no other stranger will do that first but today father add for us and gave us more than that's what we're hearing. So now the father was interested. So he said konkola stranger, when she came to call him

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masala salon got up. And she had a means for him to make the journey back home. To make the journey back home you had to get on to something like a horse or a camel, whatever the conveyance was, okay. So normally what happens is that the guide or the person who's your host, the person who's calling you, the person who knows the way they will vote for they will walk in front.

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That's, that's normal, who's gonna tell you Okay, I'm here to take you but you know, you walk in front of me, and I'll guide you from beyond who's gonna do that is normal for the woman to say that, Okay, I'm going to lead the way and you follow me to my father's house. musala salam? He said no.

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He said you direct him from behind

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it This is tough. la semana de la la is taqwa. You direct me from behind. And I will be in front. You tell me which way to go. And this surprised the woman. Why? Because this man has got so much. You know, so many good qualities in him. He is he's all alone with his woman here. He could do what he likes. But he's got you know first he was so strong when he lifted the lid. Then he was so generous when he gave the the water

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Now he's modest. And he's, he's he's got a great quality of showing he that that he is a person that is not going to, you know, be used in any way. She's surprised that this so he went in front, she came behind, he came all the way to the Father, what Casa La de la casa. And then he then he says, start talking with each other. The Father, so straightaway that, you know, this man is really hungry. And he offered him food straightaway. And the first thing he said is, why are you offering me food?

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He said, because now most awesome thought musallam thought from what a woman has said, was that some thought that it is because of a favor for a favor, that he's going to feed him because his daughter's a favor

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and massage and say, Look, I'm not here to eat because of the failure. This is this is the person who's going to become a prophet. He's got the high qualities. And the father said, No, he said, I'm not feeding you because you gave my daughter. My daughter's a favor. I'm going to feed you because it is my honor to feed a stranger and someone who's traveling by and that's why you're here. And my forefathers and those who I know have always honored guests. So you are my guest. So that's when musasa ate and as he ate, they got chatting and as he charted. One of the things that the Father revealed to him said, Look, you're safe here. Don't worry. This is not a place with your own has his

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men coming. And this is not a place where his his kingdom stretches. So you can tell me what is going on. So much has been revealed to him his whole past and this man whose name was shrine, and we're going to get to which tribe it was who he was. He said to him latter half said don't have fear now. Jota nanocone Valentin said you are safe now from the hands of the people who are oppresses you are safe. Okay. Now there's going to be another twist to the whole story of what happens from here onwards. Okay, and we're going to cover that inshallah, in the following week. We'll end it here today, inshallah.

Sheikh Hasan in his Lives of The Prophets series takes on the two venerated prophets Musa a.s. and his brother, Harun a s.

Prior to delving into their lives, Sheikh Hasan sets the stage first. He introduces to his listeners the pharoahs and what life under their rule was like for the Banu Israel.

He then gives us Prophet Musa’s history by way of referring to the many verses in the Quran that refer to this great prophet of Allah.

A lot of work and research has been put into these talks to make them filled with fact after fact after fact. Within the comfort of our homes, we are able to enter the palace of the pharoah and actually visualize the meeting between him and Musa a.s.

This is a definite must listen to series.

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