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Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 50

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Hasan Ali

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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, bar a few technical glitches.

Episode Transcript

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100 alaminos salatu salam ala Nina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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We're in the third session of musala Islam and Harun only Salaam. And so far as a quick summary is that Allah azza wa jal made him be born in a time when you're around Harman Kardon, they had the great

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the great raining on the earth they were fooling around was the main leader. How Harmon was is architected is Mason. arune was his, his main person who was funding him or had a lot of money that he was fueling into into the the government of Iran.

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And what they had done is they had made busara in

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they had made abundance raw in the slaves and the Nusra in come from the seed of Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam. So they are literally the they are known as the sons of the Aquila Salah, meaning that his progeny he seed, those people they became slaves and they were making them you know, do whatever in Egypt. And at the time, that they were quite hopeless of anything happening that's when Allah azza wa jal he made Moses and be born masala salami grew up in the palace of brown

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because allows of jello brought into the palace, nobody else would give any milk out he wouldn't take anyone else's milk except for his mother so that he allari united mother together then after a good

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20 odd years, there was a fight that broke out between two individuals. And in the midst of that musallam had killed someone accidentally, and the next day when he came there. And this is a quick thing I want to say as a correction from last week is that the second day Musa alayhis salaam Salaam, he came to the same man arguing with a Coptic and musala Islam he raised his hand with the intention of striking the Coptic, but the the the man from Busan, he thought musala Islam is going to hit him. And therefore he started to say things that gave away the killing of yesterday. And that's when musashino had to run from there he comes to madeon. And then he he waters he gives his

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he gives water to the to the two young girls or you're the young women rather, two young women and they've got flock but they can't actually give them water and musallam it helps them to give water they go early back home. And then their father is the one that says Go and bring that man over. Okay, so this is a point that we got to last week, where musala salam he, he gets on to his conveyance, he actually goes in front, instead of going going behind because the woman is the one that is the the host she should be the one that is actually leading, but she happens to be the one that is behind because musallam has this higher and he has this bashfulness that he doesn't want to

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you know be behind a woman

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and she sees she notices all of this. So when she notices this she noticed two things you notice the power that masala sama had when he lifted the the well lit with his left hand and she noticed is the Amana she noticed that this person is also someone who you can trust he's got a lot of trust in Him. One was that he actually gave, he actually helped the two women out voluntarily. And the other one was the one he wore to when he came on his convenience Rather, he didn't come behind the woman he came in front which shows that he is a man to be trusted. So this is where in front of the Father

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musallam who gives the whole of his whole life when he when he breaks his whole life story in front of this this father. Now there's a question about who this man is because the only thing we've got an operand is shaken COVID He's an old man. So in some tough seals it says that it was srivalli salaam in his in his later life, and some tough series says it wasn't sure if you are

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He said, um, but he was a man culturally. So there's both of these but some movers sitting have stopped at saying that it's just a shame when COVID is just a good old, pious man.

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they've stopped there. Some others have said, well, his name is Dr. And some others have said that he is tribal, I still am in his last part of his life, because Don't forget, when we covered the part of our tribal, a solemn,

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he was in a city called meridian. And this is this is now muddy, and where musala Santa is, nonetheless whatever the case is, the father, he told him the full story. And one of the daughters said to the Father,

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and she says this, you know, to the Father secretly that you know, Father is God, my beloved father, employ him, as in this is a stranger is going to be going away,

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before he goes away, because normally what you would do is you'd keep a stranger for three days, and you would, you would host them for three days, you give them food, and so on for three days. And in those days, you knew after three days that you had to move on, it was a moral thing that you moved on. So before that time came, she actually said to her father, father, why don't you employ him? I think there's a benefit here of having him as part of being a person who's actually going to take care of all these flock of sheep that we've got everyday we're going over there to young women and so on. She added something on she said, in the Hydra minister, job Tel Aviv, I mean, this is a

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number 26 so the number 28, the best of whom you will, you can employ is a man who want his strong you need someone that is strong when especially for this kind of job. And second, is he someone you can trust? Now the scholars say that this is from the, the mentality of men and women and so on of what we actually look at. So, if you look in the Quran, you will find a lot of the times when Allah telling women

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what a lot of times when Allah is addressing men, and he's saying to men that, you know, don't look at this or don't, you know, look at this thing about the women or he's actually telling women not to display certain things to men. A lot of the times for men, it's the physical attraction of the women. So this is this is straight from the if you want to call it the psychology but you don't have to call it that because psychology existed just 100 years ago, Quran came 1400 years ago, you know, I'm trying to say you're like yeah, we're not trying to we're not trying to change the Quran with a with a new theory. But what I'm trying to say is the mindset so the mindset of the man from in from

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the beginning of the Quran, Allah has revealed that we are very much inclined towards the physique towards the women's physique and we're also you know, when they try to do things in terms of like for example, their voice sometimes it's the way they walk on the earth they walk on the ground for example, they might go Click Clock Click Clock Click Clock Click Clock Yeah, Allah said said very clearly said Don't you know don't strike your feet on the ground in a way so that the man might think

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what's even more beautiful that you hide

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right what's even more beautiful that you hide he's already seen the beauty of you outside and he's heard the you know the ticker talker ticket aka ticket of here, and he's looking over there. And he's probably thinking what's even more beautifully hidden behind what we haven't showed to him yet. Okay, this isn't suited to no tsunami 24 and number 33 if you look there, you will find it. So a lot of the times a lot talks about what physical attraction of the woman when it comes to man. But when it comes to a woman, a lot talks about mental abilities and qualities of a man that attractor and this is the the lien for that. That she is she's, she's interested in not just his facial looks or

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whatever, okay, she's interesting in his physical strength. So you know, they say that, you know, the man in the shining Knight armor, you know, basically when a man has his good physique and his muscles and so on, then that's one thing that a woman actually likes like she likes a strong man but not only is strong in terms of the the strength on the outside, she actually find the strength on the inside something that is a lot more attractive for this. This is what is very clear amongst a women that they find the strength of a man from now you could have a skinny man, you can have a skinny man, but if he's strong in his opinion, then his views and he is very strong in how he is in

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his character. She will be more attracted to him. But this is generally a general population of women sexually more attracted to him. Then a man who's just got the you know the body and all that but then when he speaks is like he speaks that can

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I'm saying that he really doesn't have that he really doesn't have that courage and so on. So she's more interested in the man that's got the inner strength. And I mean, a man who's who shows his trustworthiness, this is something that this is one one quality that a woman actually puts a lot of.

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She gives it a lot of weight. Why? Because she wants security in a marriage, she wants to know that her man's not going to go off with another woman or dessert, and so on. So she's seen as good quality. And she says that now, we can pick these two qualities. And don't forget, look, Allah did not have to spend all these words telling us the full description of Medina, how he came there, how he was distraught. And these two women standing there, and the two women, you know, they're not given watched flock and musala, salaam gates have asked them, and she says about the Father, and then he gives them water goes back to the tree and under the tree, he makes it to Allah, that, you

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know, Allah shows him you know, some kind of hate and goodness, and it comes to the Father. And then the woman says, you know, employ one of them because I've seen these two qualities in him. Allah did not have to spend till karma, okay, till the Day of Judgment, Allah knows that we're going to be reading this, he didn't have to go into that kind of description. What Why did he do that? Because he wants us to think about this. These are things that we've got a lot of lessons that we learn from this about the nature of human beings, the nature of men, nature of women, the nature of, you know, poor people, the nature of, you know, people in that time, and even that all relates to today, it

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all relates to today how it all works. So the father, now he knows one of his daughters said it.

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Now he's gonna try and tell me

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about this. Now, so Hon, Allah, Allah is teaching us another thing. Instead of the Father saying to him,

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I will offer you permanent stay here, because he knows that musallam is on the run. He's hiding. musallam is on the run. So he needs a place. He could have said, I'm going to offer you a place here in my place for you to work with me.

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And I will employ you, I will pay you and so on.

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And I've got one big condition, which is you married this Daughter of mine.

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The daughter that said,

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you know, she saw the she saw the goodness in him. Now, she didn't say Father, I want to get married to him.

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Haha. She just said, Father employ him.

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Now, there's a lot of Fierro lessons here. Number one is the father understood from the from the daughter that she has seen some good qualities in this man. And she will be interested in marriage. number one.

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Number two is this man is a foreigner.

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Yeah, he is on the run.

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The band's in trouble. man could I mean those rounds Kingdom doesn't come over to madeon. But you know, you never know his daughter might lose her husband because this fella wants to kill Moosa one day. And we and his daughter might be left as a widow. Plus, he doesn't know much about musasa except his story, and accept the two or three days he's spending with the Father. But he sees musalla Santa for what he is. And he sees him as a good person and sees him as a truthful person. And he sizes him up.

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And the father understands that the daughter would be interested in marriage. The father also sees that you know what, my two daughters, how long are they going to carry on going everyday out there and doing their jobs and coming back home late because the other men out there are taking their flocks and I don't know you're there's no security for his own family, unless he's got a man or a male in the house. So he also sees the opportunity that if I get married to my daughter, it's a good thing for me, good thing for my, you know, livelihood is a good thing for my daughter, as well as good thing for my family.

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Now, he understands that, but he doesn't say that. This Daughter of mine has said these words. And I think maybe you too are a good match. And he didn't go that far. Now think about it. The daughter just said something the father took it in his mind. Now most people in our time, when you come up when you come across, you know, maybe somebody's good in your life. And, you know, they impress you and you know, you spend some time with them. And you kind of think Yeah, you know what? This one's really good, man. This one's really good, man. And if there was something to be about married, you'd be like, well, I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna animate. First I got my home minister to talk to, which

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is the wife. Yeah, normally is that then I've got my other parliament members to talk to, which is my relatives. Yeah. So basically, these are

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Column the aunt and the uncle and aunt dad, granddad and Granny, they all have I have to say the thing about this guy, we're going to size him up good and proper. There's none of that here.

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It's it's an sharra, it's a, it's a whole indication, I'm given that look, if you find a good individual, even Rasulullah sallallahu once told us in a hadith that if somebody salia, somebody pious comes along, and they're good in their nature, for marriage of your daughter, then just go ahead, just go ahead. And if you don't, there's going to be fitna there's going to be

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there's going to be a tribulation that may may sort of occur. But anyway, that's one side of it.

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The second side of me is that when he asks him, he doesn't say to masala Salaam, this this thought of mine. Now, he says, The condition is for you to marry one of my two daughters. And why he said that was

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musala Salah Salam would then pick whichever daughter he wanted. There's no point of you trying to get someone to get married to somebody else if that somebody else does want to want to get married to them.

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Right, just because you think that yeah, I think you and you are a good match. Just because you think that that's your that's you that yourself? I don't I don't understand this. You know, there are, there are families that get totally ruined because of this. You're an adult understand that you got to guide your daughter and your son to get married. I understand that they your heart and your liver understand, okay, you care for them. We love them. I understand that. But you don't have their taste and they don't have your taste. You can see from a young age, in everything, we were different. Some people when they eat something hot, they don't they can't feel it.

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And there's different levels of heat that they feel right. Am I right or not? Yeah, some people

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are coming from the same family, the father and son or father and daughter from the same family like that. Someone's tongue can take it someone can take it. Somebody some people I've seen when they touch something hot, they can touch your heart with their hands bare hands, they can find other people they put their hands neither too hot, too hot, too hot. Some people are on a cold day the fire they can wear a shirt and come out other people on a on a you know, cold day, they can't do that. On a hot day, hot day, they have to still wear a jumper or something because they're getting cold. Unless created as differently. Our genes are different. our taste buds are different. Our the

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way we test something different, our eyesight and what we see is different and our knifes and what we desire is different. The woman that you like and you would love to get married because of her looks whoever she is doesn't mean your son's gonna go for the same door for the same same woman doesn't doesn't mean that the same way the woman sees a man says you know what I would have made that man it doesn't mean that her daughter is going to take the same man if they weren't the same age, it doesn't mean that so musala Sanam understood this he wanted Sorry, I'm Dr. tribe understood this. So he wanted musala salam to he's not a prophet yet. Okay, I'm saying la sala. But he's not a

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prophet. He wanted this man Moosa, who's just come to his house. He wanted, he wanted him to choose one of the daughters. Why? Because if he if he chooses the same daughter That said, the good words about Musa then it's a very good thing, why? It's like she's shown her interest willingly. And he shows his interest willingly. That's brilliant. If at that moment, musallam was to take the other daughter, that's good, why you'd rather have them get married to the person they really want to be with, than to get married to one, you know, person, and then for really be in love with the system.

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You don't want to say, yeah, so he made a very good move in saying that Natalia has told me I've got these students Daughters of mine, I want you to choose one of them. And if you do that, then in return, I want I will give you my daughter, one of my daughters and return I want you to give me eight years of labor.

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Eight years of labor,

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and if you can extend it to 10.

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That's up to you.

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So the harm of law. So what happens here is that musallam actually weighing everything that is around him. He sees that you know where's where's it going to be running to? He just had seven days without eating food. This is the first time he's had proper food here for after seven days. He's He's a very good father in law. He makes him father in law. He sees that, you know, that woman also has got a lot of higher. Why? Because the woman when she came to ask Musa alayhis salam to come to a father, that the way she walked up to masala ceram. The Quran talks about this system she Alister here she is walking

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In a very sort of shy, bashful way, a very modest way she didn't want to. She's not like she's not like coming. Yeah, my father's asking us to come over here and she you know, he wants to talk to you

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Laila high Lama, you know these days, you know the youngsters. They love the cat, those kind of girls. They want a girl. That's smart. That's slick. That's open speaking. They would love a girl who can probably drive a car. Yeah. As fast as a good man out there. They they love that. They wanted to be intelligent, slick, smart. outspoken. That thing. Yeah, that's my girl over there. That guys last thing

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we can do with that girl?

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That girl is open, like, Yeah, well, you want me? Yeah. Yeah, you're gonna work hard to get me now. Now the girl who's like, yeah, she's like that with you. She can flirt with you. She can show you all intelligence and all of that to you. Yeah, you got to understand that that same woman will do with another 20 men. The same attitude.

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Now let's say you were the you were the lucky one. Man, she's yours now. Yeah. After looking at 20 men, she chose you. You think you're going to tame that girl really easily in your house? Do you think that girl after all of that year is going to come to your house and say, Hey, bring me my job.

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And bring me the utensil for cooking you some food, you think is gonna say there? Yeah, I'm bringing on tell me when I should be home for you. And tell me when I should do the things for the kids. And tell me how to be a good wife. Because you know me. After all, I've given up my whole life you had, I'm going to become a nice, humble woman for you. You think she's gonna do that?

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If they don't understand, what you want to look for, is you want to look for a woman like musasa has found the qualities in her she's got higher, she doesn't want to speak. She's finding it difficult to speak to a man to a stranger alone. She's calling her father's center to try and ask him to come home. And she's the way she's even walking. And he's not even had to even open a mouth yet. She's just the way she's walking was Allison can tell that this woman is very hesitant to come and see me. She doesn't really mesh the way she's walking, taking the steps towards it was like,

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choice I'll do I wouldn't, I wouldn't do this. Now. He's read that from the way she's walking. And so this is body language, you can you can you can read people, how they how they're thinking. So just by looking at the outside, there's a whole science to this. So he read that. And he knows that she's full of hyah, she's full of bashfulness, she's full of modesty, she's full of this great quality inside her. And and he's seen that, and that's something A man should love about a woman. So you know, when people you know, out there, and I don't care what kind of woman is out there. But the woman who doesn't want to date you,

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the woman who doesn't want to speak to you, the woman who doesn't want to speak to men out there, the woman who was so shy right now, I'll be honest with you, that the kind of culture we're living in, if you have got higher in this century, then there's something wrong with you.

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That's how they treat you are their true now guys. If you go higher, there's something wrong with you. You can't speak. You can't speak you can't do what the rest of the girls do. You can't do the rest of the boys do. Even boys and boys. Okay, you know, they, they've lost a lot of their hire and so on. But the girls have lost the hyaena as we know what it means is that everything Rasulullah sallallahu has told us while higher will show that to mean and Eman higher is a massive branch of Eman

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because once you have higher once you actually use your your sort of you know, shy or bashful inside and you think how could I How could I do that, you know, feeling that hesitancy inside once you have that you're able to show Allah azzawajal your true obedience. Why because you have higher of a law, a woman who has higher of her husband, a woman who has a higher of men, she's not going to get into the wrong things of this world. A man who has hire a woman, he's not going to get into the wrong thing. And this stops us from that from the kind of wrong acts out there. But Laila, that's the kind of society that we live in. So this is what he reads from her. And this is the type of woman and he

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chooses the exactly same woman, the same woman who came to ask him to come and the same woman who actually said behind his back to her father that employ him. That's the same woman out of the toodles notice that he chooses and then and what happens is just before I you know, I finish of this, this this particular parties schreib schreib, says whether he's ally Salama, whether he's just a normal individual, I number 27 of suta 28. He says warmer woody

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Do an Alec said I don't want to be a burden on you Saturday dooney insha Allah homina sala de su you soon if you really try me out, you will find that you will find insha Allah you will find that I am a man of piety, a man of righteousness, a good man of goodwill, you will find me in now. So handla he adds these words and Allah, Allah said all these words, yeah, you know, the conversation they had must have been a massive conversation but over that he's chosen these why he wants now us to think about employers and employees.

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This ayah tells us about employers and employees. You don't want to go after my brother or my sister, maybe you're looking for a job out there. That is good.

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You don't want to go for a job where there's just the big money out there.

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There are there are brothers in their 20s in the 30s. They're crying because they don't get out of the office till about seven, eight o'clock in the evening. The contract says five o'clock. The contract says leave a five o'clock or 530 but the environment of the places that they can't leave till about 738 o'clock. They put so much work on you that they know you ain't finishing that quick son. You ain't finishing that quick. So they pay you to 530 but they make you wait till eight o'clock the guy comes home by nine o'clock 930 in the evening. His feet are so his eyes are so he bonded. Many of them working in you know, out there our talk about your garden to the place that

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many of them told me this they will get out there. So they come home what time they come home by about 910 o'clock, they just about get something in the stomach and is straight to sleep. Right there knocked out maybe they might have one hour for social something by 11 o'clock. They're knocked out in the morning, they have to get up at five o'clock. To get ready washed, you know it takes time and to suit you know, boy, Hey, boy, you want a good job. It takes time to iron the suit every day, you've got to clean man, the tie the shirt that will lock in fine. The guy gets ready at his door six o'clock, is that his face about seven 730. So that's what he's starting. He's starting at 738

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o'clock in the morning, and he's working all the way to another seven o'clock, eight o'clock. And he's getting good pay. Don't Don't get me wrong, get good pay. But there's a thing about ethics. If you want to get employed, the best place to get employed by is a man who has got good ethics. If he if he himself has got good morals, good ethics, he treats people nicely, that's more worthy than him paying you more money. He didn't say to musasa I'm gonna give you this much and that much. No, no, no. He said in terms of the rest of it. Why don't you take my daughter? You work for him for eight years, eight to 10 years. But another one is you find me sorry. You will find me a righteous an

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honorable, a decent man you find me a pious man who's close to Allah. Because my friend, if you find someone that is godly, that is close to Allah, they fear the ACA Who's your boss, who's your employer? He's better than 100 other men that might give you more money but they don't fare a lot Why? Because somewhere along the lines you will find the wrong end of the stick of this person they're not interested in you as a person. They're interested in what they interested in you your actions then I trust you as a person that when you just do work come here work that they can see you You probably come early in the morning and this happens a lot of places or places today when you go

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to work. You know how your feelings are they don't care they don't want you to bring your feelings here but boy don't bring your feelings here. You come here you work. I said I don't want to hear I don't want to hear that you work. The guy is probably got all these other problems behind him protocol family problems, but this one that problems on now employment is not just to take a person, just don't care about the feelings. make them work like a robot. Take the sweat out of them. Okay, you pay them. And after that tell them you know one day That's it, you got done. Don't see anymore. That's not employment. Employment really should be that you care for the person. This man is giving

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you sweat is when he's giving you his his baton he's giving you his his time he's giving you know he's got a life. Not only you look off with money, you know you need to, you need to like with it with every employee, you need to make sure that they kind of okay with the whole experience of working with you, and how is their background. So now and again to ask about the background. And if they've got a problem to try and help them with their problem. Those are the best people that you can be with. Why? Because you know what? The biggest problem we have one of the biggest problems we have in the Western world today.

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Developed in the developed world is the biggest problem I have is stress. Stress levels are very high a lot of people in these parts of the world they are on antidepressants, are they taking pills or something just to keep themselves going? Or they're actually you know, they take it out to the gym or something they need to keep themselves occupied in some way take it out some people gym, some people with with you know, a life on the weekend that that is distressing that whether it's going out going to clubs going wasting the money bit and you know, throwing it out or go on holidays, that's another way that they you know, put themselves out of stress. But you know what, you cannot

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hide from the fact that they're stressed out.

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And they the the kind of employment in this ideal world doesn't really cater for that. I'm not saying in the eastern world, it's any better. Okay, guys, I think, you know, there's some horrible places out there as well. But my whole point is that you want to be under a person who cares, who cares for you a person who's solid, who's righteous within himself because one is close to Allah. He will do any he will do anything to keep you happy. You know why? Because the thought of him standing in front of Allah on the Day of Judgment, and having to answer for how he made you work. That fold itself will solve a lot of your problems up.

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Abdullah bin Masuda de la Han who he had a slave. Okay, this was the time of the Prophet Allah.

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Abdullah Masuda de la Han who wants to he raised his hand to hit

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his his slave.

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He hit his slave, he raised his hand, and Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam saw him from behind.

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And he said, Oh, Abdullah,

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the power that you have over this slave right now, don't forget that Allah has more power over you.

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The power law has given you over this slave under you. And you can use strike here to do whatever. Don't forget that Allah has more power over you Subhana Allah from that day or never raised his hand to love.

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You think about it, this is this what a solid will do. Now you think so hon Allah How am I treating them? How am I giving them it's not about just making them work and so on. So now this is a very important bundle Allah gave us because this is central to employment. And then musala Solomon says in number 28, he says Valley, cabeza Vaynerchuk. He says the eight to 10 years is is between me and you. I can do a to leave. Or I might actually do 10 and stay for the full 10 years. And if I do any one of them fell out or dewanna la, he said, You should I should not feel burden to complete the 10 I can do anyone on if I just do the eight I don't want you to sort of think that I've done a less

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job and I've gone away. Allahu Allah mokulua Kenan Allah is the one that we trust over the words that we've just said that the contract that we've got right now, it was a verbal contract, at the time they had, and they say that musala actually spent a good 10 years there.

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He spent a good 10 years and what happened over this time is Allah was what was really musala salaam in a way that would not have happened if Allah never took him out of the palace of Pharaoh, he will never get this training. What is this training this training is now Moosa, you have spent 20 something years living the life of a prince.

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Now I want you to live the life of a pauper of a poor person. So musallam is the middle of nowhere. Everyday, what he's doing now is he's taking out flock to the same place grazing them, bringing them back, he's a shepherd, poor person is a shepherd, he was living the life of a prince just days ago. Now Allah turned him into a poor person, and he's happily accepted that and they say I've said this before in the series, that almost every prophet Allah azza wa jal has made them look after sheep.

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Why? Because when you look after sheep, it really tests your patience with the sheep. You know, you can't always keep them in the same place.

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Where one day, one day, one day, come over, come over, come over, bring them together, you're going to exercise the patience. If you get if you suddenly go, Hey, come here.

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In about 50 different directions, you can't raise your voice. You can't get angry and just start start hitting them like you know, cows or something. If you've got cows and you kind of raise the thing that

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you show you my voice, you raise your voice that will go in one direction. You look at cows, or sheep, you can't do that. And one scholar was asked they said, you know, Chef, somebody asked him

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Share the days before to get get humbleness inside you, you have to go and become a shepherd. These days where we live in, there's no opportunity in the Western world to look after sheep. So what do you what do you advise he said, he says have analyzed the prophets before they were given the duty to look after sheep. He said, you know, today's day in the Western world, he said, if you can manage and bring up some children, some young children probably is that your sheep and you're the shepherd.

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So behind a lie so true, you know, in the in the Western world, you know, just as the sheep got mad, that way, these children man one is like a dad this way. That way, you know, they've got different different ways to come up with a way to, you know, to nurture them is a big, big duty. That is your job of being a shepherd, a lover. So what happens is for eight years, he does this and it makes his character it makes him because musallam Don't forget, he's a he's a person who's got a lot of you, I told you that he's got power, he's got strength. And he's got this short fuse inside sometimes got his anger that comes out. Now, that is all now ally is sorting that out. Now he's got a lot more

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patients inside him. Because a lot more patients are lost talking. And after these 10 years, what happens is our laser

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emission from his father's book, travel with his wife, and he leaves madeon.

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And as he's traveling,

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what happens is, it's just him and his wife. As he's traveling, he loses his, you know, he loses pathway.

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Now he finds himself sometimes this happens sometimes a lot brings you somebody in or sometimes you're traveling somewhere and law brings in such a place man.

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In the middle of the night, darkness, if you've ever been in this, it's it's really fearful to be in this position. You don't know where you're going, you're lost, you're in the middle of nowhere. Okay? You've got no one to guide you. You got no human beings or server but you've got the fear that anybody could come and attack you at any time. Or you've also got the fear of you know, the other things you've got fear of genes, maybe sometimes as well. Right. Now you're in the middle of nowhere, you don't know you don't know how to connect to anyone. You know, these days, people will just get pull out the phone. It's like, Yeah, but you know, I can I can get my son over my phone.

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These days, someone can find someone else that I'm lost. How do I get someone you know, you can look on the map or something and find out.

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And there are still places on the earth where you can go there and no satellite works.

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There's no satellite works. I've recently a few years back, we're in Spain, and we're in the middle of the mountains. And we didn't know where we're going. The only good thing about is quite a few people with us in two vans. So we're going in circles and circles around these mountains trying to find our place here, but it's quite scary because you're in the middle of I know somewhere like 2000 feet above and some mountain or 3000 feet above you don't know how high you can barely see anything is just you're just your headlights, and we're still lucky we got a headlight right magic musalla Sam's not gonna have a car is he he's going to be on his own with a stick in his hand and with his

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wife and it's dark and it's cold and he says you know he does he's he's fearful

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and in the distance all of a sudden he sees a fire

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now fire is a sign that when you see fire there's got to be someone who's lit the fire got to be the case you don't see a fire that you know a gin has lit because a gin wants to warm yourself up. Okay? Didn't don't do that human will light the fire. So musala sam sees the fan tells his wife says You stay here in a place wherever it was, whether it was in a cave or something else or near a place where she's got something that she can you know she can be with because he said it's gonna be all the way down there. I'm gonna go and get go over there and either I'm going to bring from there.

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I'm going to bring from the sun fire back so that we can light a fire here or I'm going to bring back maybe some firewood back either I bring a whole piece of wood with fire lit on it already. Which I can come over here and lights on fire here I'm gonna bring some wood whatever it is all our agito Allah nadie houda or I will at least find some kind of direction to where we want to go.

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So she's fine. She stayed where she is. And musala salon makes his way over to the fire. This place is described in three places of the Quran. You've got the 16th us the 19th Jews and the 20th Jews. Okay, the most distributed

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descriptive of all of them is the 16th juice and you've got other Jews other ads that describe the southern try and blend the places together all the different places in the Quran. So Allah says here in the 20 years and 28 surah number 29 number 30 malama atta when he came,

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he heard a voice calling onto him.

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Okay, now in the 16th use what happens is

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when it comes to this is the sort of haha surah number 20 and number

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11 in the 16th Jews, Allah says when he came there knew the Ayahuasca first thing when it came to the Pfizer nobody there and it was a strange kind of fire because a fire had an illuminated light about it.

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And he couldn't see anyone around it. When it came to the first thing was yeah Moosa Oh Moosa, so somebody knows his name in the middle of nowhere where he's lost. Somebody is calling his name out. In the book, I am your Lord. am your provider favela now Lake, take off your shoes. In NACA beloved in mocha,

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you are in the holy place of Mount to mount to the stars, the place where he was, and musallam obviously, he's, he's stunned by this because another thing that stuns him, they say, that I've seen is that, you know, normally when somebody calls out to you, let's say for example, if

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if you were to call out to me from that from there, then your voice would come in this direction,

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even if a gin was to call out to wherever it will be in a direction. The strange thing about this is, the voice was coming from all directions, around the fire and he couldn't, he couldn't

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pin down exactly where this voice is coming from. It couldn't be now where these voices come from. And this is in the seat of, you know, to see that is found. So the voice continues and says, well, Anna Touka I have chosen you for Sammy alima you have so now listen carefully to the inspiration you're getting in nanny. Surely I am Allah I am Allah La ilaha illa Allah, there is no other worthy of worship or deity except for me, for goodness. So you worship Me? Well, it means salata Lydian established prayers to remember me. A quick thing about this as we handle is number 14 of Surah 20 we thing about this is that when we pray Our Salah, think about this, that Allah really wants the

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remembrance in the Salah. All these bamming do we doing the sujood we're doing is important, but the main thing Allah wants from us is what he wants the the thought about remembering aliner Salah in assata Attia

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the hour is coming glory near accardo fee ha I'm going to keep it a secret when the hour is going to come the last hour of the final hour before the day of judgment due to desire Kowloon fcmb matassa so that every soul can be given its its reward for what it has done for Elia sudanic

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let not the one who doesn't believe in the hour prevent you from believing in it. What tabouleh who let not the one who follows his desires, prevent you from believing the hour less you know, and and it will make you sort of, you know, be the, you know, sort of destroy yourself in not not believing in this hour.

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And this whole conversation is all around him. And and it's about the it's about Okay, now it's taught it's told him that you are you know, I've chosen you to become a prophet. It's told him that there is an hour last I was told him that, that these you know, he's This is a law that is speaking to him, and he's told him all these things about not to you know, lose faith in this he's heard all of that. Now, you know, hearing all of this suddenly in the middle of like, the middle of nowhere where you lost and it's a mountain around you and it's like a fire where it is where there's nothing that you can see no one around. You don't know where the voice is coming if you guys want to do you

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want to do

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you can do guys.

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You're gonna run boy,

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you're gonna run.

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Now the conversation changes.

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This is just so that musallam you know, he's obviously he's fearful, these unusual, very unusual, especially, you know, seeing the kind of light of this fire and the voice that is there.

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Random talking to you and he's telling you also he knows your name but that not just to get that owns just to make the familiarity with musala ceram a lot cuts the the compensation to something else automatically can be an indicator Musa Musa. What's in your right hand? This is a number 17 of sewer 20 what's in your right hand? Now musala slums his his whole attention goes towards his his steak

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now masala Salaam he has heard the voice

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and he's heard in speak all this while

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and he has faith that it is a law that is speaking to him. Yes, but you know the Eman yet hasn't fully fully like you know the way musala sound later on will be so easily he will pull through a lot. This is the first time he's going to talk to Allah. So he says he says a few words Now why did he say all these words the different series and why he said all these words. But when he was asked what's in your right hand he could have just said well you know it's my stick.

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But he added on he said well it's my steak.

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I sometimes he's saying that I'm sometimes leaning on it I use it to lean on it. Well Who should we hire me sometimes I shake some leaves on to my flock for them to eat the leaves. Well, if you have to go for other uses for this stick

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Why do we say all of this now sometimes you say it is because he wanted to he himself now this voice is stranger but it's wonderful to be in this in this position. So he wanted to also the way this voice gave him like maybe 10 things said to him he wanted to also say a few things so that the conversation goes on. Sometimes to say that because he knew it was a law he wanted to prolong his conversation with Allah that's why he added all these qualities with it. Another way of looking at it is that he's just seeing you know, his stick in his hand and he just said a few things about his stick. He's not fully aware of what's going to be next. So a lot and says this is our number 19 of

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sort of 20 or less is it higher Moosa

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throw it down,

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throw it down, so he throws it down. Now when he flew down

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there, the stick word fell, became a snake

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and it became a snake not only a snake but it became a snake that started to move higher to tasar now when he saw this when he saw this Canada the plot part in the 1930s and 20 years both of next gen Cana john almost as if it is a gin or something he thought this is spooky this thing is moving patas is vibrating is moving along when he saw that one would be wrong. He turned around and he started to run

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while I'm you're actively wasn't looking back, right? And Allah azza wa jal them called on to him so this all about him throwing the stick.

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Okay, let me just give you the 22 So, and number 31 of surah number 28. You will see that that's one part and the other one is in Surah Number and Number 10 of surah number 27 surah number 27. So all these different descriptions of their one language and Allah kolon Tim said yeah musataha

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Musa, don't be afraid.

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In one part of the Quran pseudonym Allah Allah says in Ely acaba de mo saloon, those who become messengers don't have fear.

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In EIN number in Surah, number 28. And number 31 Allah says yeah, moussaka will almost look back towards the fire while at the half don't have fear in a communal Armenian you're safe. You're safe. And in Ayah number, this is sort of haha sudama 20. I am number 21. Allah says who have a lot to have when musala sam stopped in his tracks. He turned around he looked back at the fire he saw the snake on the ground. And the voice was saying to him, come come You shouldn't be scared. You're my profit profits are not scared. So musala some drawers back near to the towards fire and Aladdin says he would have wanted to have

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touch it. Take it. I'm sorry. Do have sirata

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All right, I'm going to make it turned back into a stick if you touch it,

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and you grab hold of it. So musala salon grows his hand near, and he touches the snake. And it's actually a lot turns it back into a stick. Then Allah tells him not to handle this is like now strengthening his faith in the fact that he's not. He's not dreaming any of this is not a ghost through Google or a jinn or about this is a larger agenda has given him more Giza, has given him a miracle. So musala Islam is received this miracle and Allah says to him,

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do another thing was that says what Mumia that Illa generic, he said, Take your hand. Now. Don't forget, Musa is not speaking, he's not saying anything yet. Allah says take your right hand, put it under your left armpit

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and hold on to it here.

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inside and then take it out. And when you take it out, it's going to be out a shining white light.

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So he did that he put his hand there, I want you to get out. It's Shawn, like a you know, massive torchlight giving some some light out. Law says these are two signs I'm giving you two, just the first two I'm giving you I'm gonna give you a lot more. What I want you to do. Allah says to him in

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an EIN number 23 or sort of 20 linaria. coming in on Cobra, I'm going to choose to show you some of my greatest signs, some of my greatest miracles. Now up to this point. Alan never told him his other mission.

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Imagine he came to the fire and Allah told him his real mission. Imagine he came to the fire. And Allah says Moosa go back to Pharaoh and tell him that he has exceeded limits, man, whoa.

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Even God, and Subhanallah there's a there's a lot of Hickman this. Sometimes you want a person to do a certain thing. Don't tell him straight away what it is, you know, bring their own spin the familiarity with them. And then when you drop the thing, when they've got some things that they think they're valuable, then they will do what what you want, because the familiarity has to be there. So when Allah made him familiar with the voice, and he made it familiar with, with images, and a whole blessing of the of the miracle that he had, then Allah azza wa jal told him his mission. So Allah says to him,

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is Iam.

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So this is this is in Surah Taha and number 24. Allah says it had he left out in the hotel, go to Pharaoh, he has exceeded limits.

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Now when he says this to musala salaam,

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in one part of the Quran, Surah 27, i 12. Allah says to him fetus, yet in electron coma, this is part of nine different signs I'm going to give you to present them to fill out. So he's already told him the future, there's going to be nine total signs. These are two signs of the nine that I've given you to take to fill out to show and prove to him your profit. And when he tells him according to Surah, casas

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musala. Sam says rugby My Lord,

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now he's having a conversation with a license, this is number 33 of Surah 28 are not be attentive enough sampha have to lose my load. I've killed one of the men. And I fear if I go to him,

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and he's just going to kill me straight out. He's looking for me, he wants me dead because of me killing the copter. Well, and now he's fearful. And he says, and he's also you know, musasa nominee speaks as well. He speaks with a slight stammer.

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So, he thought, and he knew that Iran would ridicule him.

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And he would, he would make mockery out of him. So musala salaam wanted some help. So he said, Well, actually how who are so how many? Okay, my, my brother, how do who's already there in Egypt. He is more eloquent than me. I'm asking you to also make him a prophet at this time. You've made me a prophet, I want you to make your profit as well.

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And allows them that he accepts. Allah says, okay, I've given you have given you how to nice and so Hannah, Lana, this is a lesson here. The lesson is that sometimes you know, you want to do something, you might feel that you can do it on your own if you wanted to. Sometimes it's better that you go with other people, especially when you're going in front of someone that you might have to argue, is a very good thing if you want to go on if you're going to have an argument, so

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When someone or you're going to sort out a matter is very good to go with somebody else. Why? Because they not only give you the mental backing, they give you physical backing as well. And not only that later on when when you need to retract things, the person with you will also help you to remember and to say, No, no, no, I'm a witness to what he actually said, you know, he's really helped you a lot. So he's actually asked a lot to give him an aid and a backing with a new South Dakota, he said, Give me the backing of how do I serve him he's going to, is going to show the trustworthiness of myself and me being a prophet. In near half when you can de Bono Allah, I fear

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that they're going to, they're going to just just deny deny me and Allah said, sanusha

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Allah said, I will strengthen your arms with Harun Allah. Allah is a strength you have when you have other people with you. And Allah says, I will give you Soufan and I will give you a might follow see Luna in a coma, they will not be able to harm you. And tomorrow, Juanita Rockwall available you both you and when you get huddled with you, both of you will be triumphant. If and all the people who follow your message as well, there will be triumphant now in a number 25 of Surah 20 musala Islam says Rob be Israeli suddenly, you can ask God for himself, Zola, open my my chest, meaning that open up my my hole inside in a way that when I go in front of Iran, I know what to say Subhanallah you

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know, because Iran is a big politician musala salam is not a politician. But he's asking Allah for aid and Allah helps him you know, in a big way. Because if you if you want to go and take on a politician and just make some one thing clear, right? If you want to go and take on a politician, you You better know your politics. You can't just go as a normal person from one of the muscles of the machine and go and speak to one of these politicians. They're going to run circles rings around you rather than leave you on the floor. You think, man, how did the guy who's you know, just do me in

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even ago, if you want to go and speak to a shrewd businessman, you better be able to be as smart as him. If you don't have those models, he's up you down, and he'll take you over. So this is the thing musala musasa, saying, were silly. And we make it easy for me

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to open my heart, my chest into thinking of the things that I should be able to say in front of a crowd, I need those arguments. Second is untie the knot in my tongue so that I can become more eloquent in how I speak. Yes, go holy so that they can understand my words and my expressions very clearly. He asked a lot for this for this help. And he asked for Haruna sandwich we mentioned before, and he then adds on he says what actually Koofi me make how to a vacuum making also person who's included in this matter, came to be haqiqa hero, so that we can continue to take him your praise. And we can carry on saying Subhana Allah I'm counting remembering you whenever pooraka

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kathira and we will remember you can definitely so hello. There's another message in this other thing that we learned from this which is what if you want to go for Dawa before you go for Dawa you've got to be a spiritual person you've got to connect with a lot with you're very clear from the Quran. The effectiveness of Dawa is there when a person is connected to a loss of remembrance. A person who's not connected with the law.

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It doesn't really doesn't have the same effect.

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musallam says I number 35 to the 20 in NACA contadina basura. You've always watched over us a lot and says to him and number 36 chords. Ooh Tikka su laka Musa, Musa, you've been granted whatever you've asked for all the things even grant you've asked for you've been granted while aka manana la Kamara and okra, and a second time I'm going to show you my great favours on you of course there's been many many favors but out of the big favors Allah says to Moses on what you know hyena illa myka ma you ha Musa before I'm inspired, inspiring to you right now, before this I inspired to your mother. And if he feels terrible, throw him into him put him into the basket photography, he can

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throw the basket into the Nile. How you Kalia Moody, sir. Hello now we'll take it to a bank. Yeah, who will leave our doula and from the river bank my enemy and his enemy will take him from the wild to la cama habita Mini, and I put your love for myself. I put

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Love in the ability to snap a line in so that I could reel you up in time she took musar remember the time when your sister was walking for Taku and she went to the palace and said, Look Milan yaku Shall I tell you about a woman who will look after a greedy well have a family that will not look after you Well, for a jonica ella omic and I return you to your mother, Kate aka Ryan who has so that her eyes would now be cool with your presence of hatanaka Fortuna and we put you through a lot of trials for la vista see Nina fee and imagine and you spend years in the land of Medea now with your father in law with a man and then his his daughter which you've made so much terra cotta the

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Amazon app according to the appointed time now Moosa you have come here this is number 40. of suta 20 was turned out to cut NFC I have chosen you for myself is to have the N ahuka. Be it both you and your brother now go with my signs and do not fall in remembering me. So you're going to sit down Don't fall to in remembering me this is a very big thing in Java, you want to call someone to Allah, carry on doing music because your Vicar will have a great effect on the words that you say, if you have a electron in otava both of you go to film for he has gone beyond the limits. A lot told him what how is he going beyond the limits? Allah said to Moses, he said, Allah and Allah, Allah Allah

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for Allah has claimed that he is the greatest Lord

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so I'm sending you to him for Kula Allah Allah Subhana Allah normally you think okay, this man's the most tired man anyone's ever seen so what do you do you go in there and you want to tell him hey you you you know you better stop what you're doing that's what a normal person would think. Yeah, you know go there with your mind and I'm gonna back you up and imagine no going there and you know you got your miracles online to bring them all down now Allah Allah Allah Allah says this in Ayah number 44 for Cola, cola Lena Moosa when you approach fear our own Be gentle in the way you speak to him.

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level yet the record Oh Yahshua so that perhaps fear around will take heat or he may fear from a gentle voice and as a massive lesson in here brothers, you know, the whole of the Muslim world right now a lot of it is like

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we Muslims, give us a ride, give us a ride, leave us a we're gonna we're gonna do this too. If you go online, you see all these people swearing and you see all these in our code. The real world is he flags and a burning is your rage and all that.

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In all these things, it doesn't really have the same effect. Even people shouting out there screaming to the Boise voices Allah says akula la colina, if you've got a chance of actually getting someone to listen to you are tiring to someone who's in the wrong. still be gentle to them. Because what happens is, this is the truth that

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the moment you show your emotions, they're going to use that as an excuse for not listening to you. They're gonna say, you know, I'm not gonna listen to you. Why? Because you shouted at me, because you raised your voice, because you haven't got the manners because the way you spoke to me, that's why I don't want to listen to you, that becomes the mentality then he doesn't become don't care about your work, they care about your attitude before they care about your work. This is this is real in real life, people look at an attitude. So when you want to get down you got to even though this is one of the worst men on the earth at this time, Allah say use gentle words with him. So that

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he may show some reflection, or that he may show some kind of fear inside him. Allahu Akbar. So anyway,

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okay, then we'll see you inshallah next week.

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We'll keep it after Maghrib until the our changes and challenges are from Ohio, Ohio.