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Stories In The Quran – The Qiblah; ; People trying to avoid death; Talut as King; David & Goliath

Ramadan is upon us. Everyday during this blessed month we discuss the stories mentioned in the Quran, covering one Juz (part).

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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hamdulillah. This is our second session. And during the month of Ramadan, we congratulate all the muslimeen for this blessed month we ask Allah, Allah to make it a month wherein we all benefit and we are able to become closer to him and attain His mercy. I'm just waiting for chef Ibrahim and as well as anybody else who is following in the live stream.

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So as we mentioned, but even the left we want to touch on some of the stories in the Quran and that is the theme during the month of Ramadan. So yesterday we spoke about some of the stories mentioned in the first juicer. For those who are unable or who missed the live. We have also uploaded them to YouTube. inshallah, today we will be speaking about some of the stories mentioned in the second salamati

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Wiley coma Salaam Alaikum Allahu wa barakato check it out. How are you? And hamdulillah How are you? I hope you're well Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Um, well, I expected to be on video today but it seems like it's a it's not a again Alhamdulillah this is fine. Hi inshallah. Yes, inshallah. So, you are introducing the topic, right? Yes, I was mentioning that inshallah. Today we want to speak about some of the stories mentioned in the second use of the Quran. Yesterday, we spoke about the stories in the first juice. We spoke a little bit about the creation of Adam, we spoke about Musa alayhis salaam, his stories with Ben wieslaw elftown the story of the cow. We also spoke about Suleiman

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alayhis, Salam and magic and lastly, we spoke about Ibrahim alayhis salam. When we look at the second Jews, we find that there are many stories mentioned in this juicer. The first incident or the first story is about the Qibla and how it was changed. Basically, when he was on lavalley. He was seldom at the beginning of Islam when he was performing Salah we find he was older to face baytril Maccabees or Jerusalem. They later on a larger lavalla revealed verses and ordered him to face a Qibla

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Yes, so Allah subhanho wa Taala ordered him to face Kibler and, you know, it said that for 10 months when he moved to Medina, he was still facing beta luctus. And he'd always call out to Allah subhanho wa Taala and ask him to make the carrabba the direction that you would be facing. And he'd look up into the skies and wonder when revelation was coming, and we find that 10 months later or slightly more of time later, he was allowed to face the camera. And he was very happy at this Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned at calabogie Coffee summit we see the turning of your face into the heavens, meaning he was looking up expecting for the this ruling to come through. I find it amazing that how

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted the caliber to be the Qibla and Allah subhanho wa Taala made him wait. Now. In today's time we find that the Kaaba yes Allah is going on yesterday is Gemma that's going on. But it is a very small Gemma at the people have been prevented from coming to the cabinet. This is the decree of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Ultimately, we all want some the doors to be open, but we know that there is goodness in it remaining closed, we don't want people to die. And for this reason, Allah subhanho wa Taala has decreed that the customer will remain close to the rest of the people. So sometimes something is good and we don't understand how that is good. Especially

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when it comes to how the cap has been close today. All of us want to visit and we have been visiting for years, the authorities have been doing a good job in letting people come etc. And today because there's a reason that they have to close it we need to understand, have patience, Allah subhanho wa Taala will definitely open it up again at a time which is suitable and right.

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You know, you mentioned a powerful point even though Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted the Qibla to change. He wanted to face the Kaaba, we find it didn't happen immediately or when he wanted, rather at the time where allegedly Allah decreed, then it happened. What stood out for me was a larger level Allah speaks about the people and he mentioned how this was a test for the people at the time. Those who had entered Islam were not really strong Muslims, it was a test for them to see whether they will remain or is this a religion that carries on changing and chopping and it's not really consistent. It was also a test for the people of the book at the time, after the whole

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debate and argument about a couple of those. Not following this.

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Once Tabler and allegedly wireless says we don't follow their Qibla you mentioned a very important idea. He says really quickly when you have one or more leha for study will highlight basically all these groups, everybody has their own direction that they face. They all face their own way so for example, we face the cat. What does a legend Oh Allah say then he says festival will highlight. It's not all about arguing and fighting and this mighty blur might lead you have to actually do the work sometimes we find that we end up arguing when it comes to you know the mechanics of certain things without putting in the work and without doing everything. So you find generally our discussions or

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debates become academic or on pieces of paper and it's just ideas floating from here today. Yes, that is good. However, it shouldn't prevent us from doing the actual work for STEM equal higher art do good deeds and proceed one another compete with one another when it comes to doing the actual deed. Yes, you know that's amazing that you mentioned that because hysterical hail it means that they are many forms of goodness and many good deeds today you find different people believe that they are the only ones that are doing good work. Yet many different people are doing good work those in the modalities those in the massage those who are going out, being charitable, we are all part of

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one oma and we need to help each other. You know how Rasulullah saw Selim says you shouldn't do Babu Baba, some parts of it strengthen other parts. Today unfortunately, if I'm in the masjid, I start looking at the next man and saying he's doing bad work and he's not. And I need to bring him down why we need to strengthen one another. And the minute that we defer 110 is all for tough shadow, you will become a failed nation when you start fighting with each other, whatever very hokum and your power your mind. It goes it's gone. You've lost it. So you might as an oma is basically dissolved once you begin to fight with one another. So your point is solid, very, very valid. Mashallah. Um,

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as you mentioned, we complete one another, everybody has their own strengths, and you have to play to your strengths. If your strength is teaching karate, you've memorized the whole arm, you know? Well, that's your strength. If your strength is in business, well then use that yes, live a comfortable life or however larger lavalla has decided, but use that wealth to help others and the third person who is maybe an expert when it comes to health, well then use your expertise. Is there anything else we should we move on to the next story? I think let's move on to the next story. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says lm tele illa levina. Hala grooming Dr. hemo, aloof and handle note, do

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you not see those who came out of their homes once they were in 1000s. And they were fearing death, so they ran away from death. Now when you look at the Tafseer of this ayah, Allah subhanho wa Taala is actually talking about a group of people who ran away from a pandemic, according to one of the versions and durations. So they ran away from a pandemic, yet Allah subhanho wa Taala, then told them a couple of Mullah who moved to die tomorrow. And then later on, he brought them back to life. What do you find is amazing for you What stands out for you in the story?

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You know, the point we mentioned previously, and I think I'll repeat it again, death, in itself is a sign that things a creator is, you know, a being who is in charge. Because if that wasn't the case, we would find today with technology and science having reached a certain stage, people would be able to run away from death. But the fact that you cannot run away from death, even if you are in your 1000s, even if you are group of people, even if you running away from one place to another, you will not escape the decree of Allah. And at the same time, everybody will die. So we've got to think about that. If you know that you cannot escape from death. Everybody has to die. Surely you've got

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to start thinking of preparing for this. Yes, well, whom I think that's what I wanted to focus on. Which is

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to say that there were 1000s of them, yet they were not able to escape death. And they couldn't, you know, escape. Now. I know I may be jumping the gun here. But we find that later on Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about how this small group of people can defeat a large group of people. So numbers don't really play a large or a big role. Yes, they have an impact in whom you are, but quality over quantity. Sometimes you have a small group of people, but they can achieve wonders and you have

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have 1000s that don't know what they're doing. And, you know, they don't achieve anything at all whatsoever. So these 1000s of numbers never really helped them in the running away from the death. Of course, nobody can really and truly run away from the time if it has been written. That's the belief of every believer. But I think the final point that we can derive from this is that it numbers really don't matter. What really matters is quality over quantity, you need to make sure that your group is a strong, powerful group that will ultimately help you and benefit you be with you in in the times of need.

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You know, that is such a deep point actually, when you ponder over the idea now that you mentioned it, I'm thinking why did a larger Nevada mentioned what Hulu when they were 1000s in number and a very interesting and solid point you mentioned that and that just a reminder for those who are following the plan, yes, there is a message, you know what it says but you also have to ponder over it. These are the types of benefits you are able to extract obviously not going against what has already been mentioned directly in the Quran and Sunnah. However, they are still these gems that are extractable shefa you know, before we move on to the next point, I just remembered how at the end of

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times,

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yeah, Juju, Juju will actually reach a point where they'll be so arrogant, that they will face the arrows into the heavens and fire up into the heavens and when people ask them, why are you doing this? They say we want to kill Allah. They will become so arrogant that they'll say they want to kill a lot. And then the arrows come down with blood. So they say yes, we've killed Allah. Allah subhana wa tada is too powerful for you to even reach the heavens with your arrows. How are you going to kill Allah will is that you will jellal who gave you life gave everybody life. So we as insam need to understand our place as human beings. Sometimes we begin to think we're too powerful

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and mighty yet Allah subhanho wa Taala shows us you know, it said that they will die as far as I'm sure. Yeah, Georgia, Georgia, Allah subhanho wa Taala will send a worm that will eat the next. And this is how they'll die, you know, a small school virus perhaps, and something that they can't even really have control over yet they felt they were powerful and they could cause so much mischief and corruption on Earth. So sometimes Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us rain, in order to for us to return back and to return and when we don't return, he gives us time again and again and again and we become more haughty and arrogant. Then comes the decree of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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May Allah Allah Allah protect us and make us from those who always tend to him. Moving on to the third story that we want to touch on today. It's the story of loot, loot was a pious slave of Elijah Nirvana from the new slavery. When we started, as we'll see later, they wanted to go and fight the story of David and Goliath. That would, and Gerald will get to it. At the beginning of the story a lot in our analysis, when we saw it, they asked for a king so that they could go out to this battle. They weren't they were thinking that somebody from amongst them who had wealth and who had high lineage or a good lineage would be chosen. So a legend Oh, Allah mentions this story.

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Yes, yes, yes. For me, what stood out in the story is Allah subhanho wa Taala says wirkkala wanna be you in the key to taboos in the sign of the kingship of this king is that a box will come to you. fee Sakina to Morocco become it will be mercy from Yola will appear to new Metallica, arrow musawah, arrow Haruna, middle Wilma, aka and they will be remnants of that which the family of Musa and Harun had the people of Musa and Harun had, and the angels will be carrying this the angels will be carrying this in nathie danika telecomm in quantum money indeed in that is a sign for you if you are believers. Now what stands out for me is that these people were given a sign where it was physical,

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they could see it, it was from the remnants of Musa and Harun It is said that it was the staff of Musa and some of the tablets of Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best as to the authenticity of this. But basically they were given remnants from Musa and Harun And not only that, the Mullah iica Malaika who are carrying this on the shoulders, bringing you down or the melodica or carrying it bringing it down, you could actually see it coming from the heavens. And Allah subhanho wa Taala says at the end of that in that is a sign for you.

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If you are believers, basically telling them that you know, no matter what signs a person gets at once disbelief, you will just believe he can have the angels come down to him and give him a sign. It doesn't matter for such a person you will not believe. But the one who wants to believe this, believe with the slightest of evidence Allah subhanho wa Taala will open up his heart, you'll be able to see the truth he'll believe in Allah in believing the last day. Sometimes you speak to a person for hours on end, you prove to them from different angles, and they just don't want to believe that is their choice. They've been accorded that by Allah subhanho wa Taala. And they've

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chosen this belief for themselves. So unfortunately, they then go down that path, there's nothing that you can do about it. And I think this is important for us to know even in our day to day lives where you know, sometimes you argue and fight with a person you want them to understand something and there's no benefit in that argument, understand when you should stop and leave it to Allah subhanho wa Taala because he died and guidance is not in your hands. Ultimately it is with a loss of kind of mortality.

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You know, you mentioned a solid point when it comes to this, especially in our day to day lives. Sometimes when people are stubborn, or they really don't want to don't carry on wasting your time. It's about time you moved on and did something as we mentioned before, a lot of talk a lot of you know conversation and basically attendance to and fro people are throwing and the other one returns, there comes a time where you find your productivity goes down. For me What stood out is when Allah Allah Allah says call in Allah has a thorough alikum. Was that the best potential in me? Well, just after Ben was told that maybe they said that How could you choose? How could pollute, be appointed?

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Because he is not one who has a lot of wealth. He's not a person of lineage. And he said, Allah in non law stuff or who Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah is the one who chose him. Allah chose him to be in this position of leadership. This teaches us that in our day to day lives today, sometimes we become jealous when we see certain people in certain positions, or they have a following, or they have wealth. Remember, it is the choice and the decree of Allah. It is not for you look at bamboo, Israel, they said that, why is it that Allah didn't choose who we wanted? In the same way? We shouldn't be like that? Why did Allah give him so much? Why did Allah give him knowledge? Why did

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Allah give him wealth? We have to submit to the decree of Allah, especially when it comes to people's positions. Yes, that's so true. So basically, when you are jealous, then you're actually questioning the decree of Allah subhanho wa Taala. You know, why did that like if this person, it's wrong for a person to do that? A believer who's strong in his belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala, would never question why Allah gave somebody else but rather focus on what he has. And thanks, Allah subhanho wa Taala, for what he has been given. That's amazing and a solid, solid point. I think that many people today, focus on what others have, especially with the advent of social media, you look

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at what everybody else has, and you don't actually focus on your own. Yet, you know, to put it in very current terms, if you go on to your own profile, and go through your own pictures and what you have and what you've been putting out there and focus on that. Perhaps you realize that you have so much that Allah subhanahu Allah has given you that you should focus on and thank him for, rather than, you know, looking at what others have, and this is what the hadith of Rasulullah saw Salaam says that on rural element, we're doing a look at those who are beneath you, below you, those who have less in terms of material possessions, possessions and wealth. Because the minute you do that,

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then you realize that Allah subhanho wa Taala has given me so much, I need to thank him, and I need to really be appreciative of what I have.

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You know, the Hadees that you mentioned are for sola sallallahu alayhi wa sallam really puts it into perspective. When you look at the material part, always look at those who are below you, those who have less than you. So you can appreciate However, when it comes to spirituality, when it comes to good deeds, if you've done something good, don't think that you're the best or you've done everything and everybody who's below me here, you look at those who are better than you, you find you are able to read your, for example, your sunan of Salah today you were able to read some of the voluntary prayers. Well, there are others who have longer to emulate or they read the voluntary

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might prayer. And if you are able to do that maybe there are others who read a lot more than you read during that time. And if you are able to do that maybe there are others who have given their wealth and so on and so forth. They will always be a a benchmark of people who you can look up to when it comes to doing good deeds so you can become or you can try and compete with them and it keeps you humble.

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You know, Roger is also a sin. In fact, it is a grave sin when a person becomes, you know, he becomes proud and he feels that, you know, I've done so much good and everybody else is below me that is that in and of itself is a major sin. That is why it is mentioned in some of the Hadees that when it comes to a person who has committed a sin, but he's sad and he's remorseful and he wants a lot to forgive him and he tries to rectify, he is better than a person who does good deeds, but he feels that he is the best and he's the only one.

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Yes, yes, absolutely. Can I move on to our last point? Yes, insha Allah so Allah subhanho wa Taala then says that barut moved on with his army, and he came to a river, Allah subhanho wa Taala tested him and his army with a river. So Allah told them, salaam Mufasa Palookaville Jude Cora in Allahu taala convener femen Sheri Berman, who follows me, whoever drinks from it, then he is not from amongst me, or men let me up, I'm moving in a woman knee in the manual telephone warfare tambien. And whoever drinks from this river, then whoever does not drink from this river, he doesn't taste it, then he is from me, except those who have just a handful. Sasha de boomin, who in La kalila min.

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So most of them drank this except for a very few. And Allah subhanho wa Taala continues to say that then these very few continued, and they reached this huge army, correct me if I'm wrong, they came across this huge army. And they said, Come in FY 18, kalila in Russia, but attend cateel attempt Bismillah how many small groups have overcome and overtaken large groups with the help and the permission of Allah subhana wa Tada. And then it is said that our route appointed a person or said that who is going to kill Goliath, who was a giant from amongst the other people. And the devil then came up, and he said, I will do it. And it is said that he actually killed off jackfruit and he

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became victorious, yet he was smaller than the Goliath. So perhaps you can correct me if I'm wrong in the sequence of events or something has been left out.

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You know, as you mentioned, Elijah lavalla speaks about this. And he mentions it in detail. The point I want to touch on is when a legend of Allah says that they eventually you know, there was a face of way there was this army and that army, he says that as for those, the people, or the army have followed, and with odelay, Saddam was these people that one of the first things they did was they made

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while I'm about religion, which are God, all who have been afraid, ralina sama, basically they made dua and they called out to Allah and Allah and this teaches us even if you are yes in a tie in a stage or a position of weakness also if you are in a position of strength, remember Allah Allah Allah, He is the one who decrees whether you will be victorious or if it's something else something in your life he will decree or he has decreed whether you will attain this or not. So we have to remember a larger lavalla that is why also at the time where the Battle of better also came during this month, we find that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam carried on making to our calling out

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to a larger lower Allah. So we have Yes, on the ground, you have your strategy you even if it's something normal in life, you have your strategy, you try your best, but you don't forget that at the end of the day, everything comes from Allah is you know, that's so true. Sometimes we look at our numbers, etc. And we begin to become deceived by these numbers. We feel that we are very powerful, very strong, yet we need the help of Allah subhana wa tada without his help. There is absolutely no victory and no nossal from him.

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You know, Allah subhanho wa Taala says that they came to this river in Allah movie tele convenor Allah is testing you with the river. And this happened before the battle took place. So a large group of these people drank from the river, they failed the test and they left that army. Now, when our route looked at this, perhaps or when the people looked at this, they may have seen it as something negative look at how many people have left us. Yet Allah subhanho wa Taala was purifying the ranks of those who are too weak. So we need to understand that sometimes we see something as a setback. Number one, it's not necessarily a setback or negative. It can actually be a good thing in

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the long run, but you can only connect the dots going backwards so you'll understand Oh, wow. This is how

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How this what happened. And ultimately, it helped us in this manner. But you can't connect the dots going forward, number one, number two, when you want to achieve a task in your life, then make sure that you purify the ranks of the people around you. And amongst you choose whom you want to do it with, don't just go willy nilly and choose people off the street. You know, some of the most intelligent businessmen and entrepreneurs are those who know who to place in what position and who to choose, and who to employ, and who not to employ. So they look at everybody up at everybody, consider everything, and then say, Okay, these people not worth it, those people worth it, this

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person needs to go in this position and that person in that position they need, they know who to place and where to place them. So part of achieving your mission. And I think the main goal, the main reason why people achieve their goals and ambitions in life in large groups or in small groups is they know who to choose and how to choose them. So they purify the ranks. And then the target is achieved. Look at how that would kill the gelato and it was all over the wall was done, they became victorious over people who were seemingly much stronger than them, or, or much more powerful than that. So quality over quantity, we can't stress this enough. Today, we have many, many muslimeen.

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But Rasulullah saw Selim has told us that towards the end of time, you will be killed Luther is say, like the foam that comes in the floods, you know, you you just see the foam that's passing and it just, you know, disappears and dissipates. It doesn't really benefit a person.

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So halala, as you mentioned, it's about you know, it's not about the quantity how many people you have no, it's about the quality and the work you put in, in any task in life. Jeff, and I think it was a great session today. Is there anything you want to add on?

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Yes, towards the end of the story, Allah subhanho wa Taala says what Ola Ola hiddenness about about the left, I said that you know, that if Allah subhanho wa Taala had not kept the people in check with others, then the whole earth would have been corrupt. So, you know, people are they to keep others in check at times, and we need leadership in this manner. So sometimes you have a leader that makes a decision you don't like but that leader is there for a reason. Had Allah subhanho wa Taala not placed him for you know, to keep you in Czech and to keep you in your place and position. Then Unfortunately, the people who would have done whatever they wanted to do and fought one another

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killed one another destroyed one another. So sometimes Allah subhanho wa Taala actually even sends armies and destroys certain criminal elements of society and community in order to protect the rest. When we look at this, we might see it as something bad, something wrong, but ultimately don't question the wisdom of Allah subhanho wa Taala just say, hey, insha Allah, perhaps these goodness in this God ruling and move on with your life.

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You know, if there's anything that stood out in today's session was submitting to the decree of a larger lavalla things. As we mentioned, the first story, they won't always happen at your time. In the other stories, we mentioned how these things, you might see something as a negative, but looking back on it later, you'll find way it was a positive and how it actually needed to happen. Yes, someone mentioned that what is mentioned in the Bible, etc. I think with regards to Israel aliette, that which came from the people of the book, then there is mention of the sin The sooner what is our belief with regards to this. So I think what's mentioned in these books, who I'm talking about

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somebody who's reading in the Tafseer, the Tafseer of the program, you find that these rewired, they have three different categories, those that are correct, and they are in conformity of what we believe, then we take that those that go completely against what we believe in, we leave that and those which is neither it's neither for or against, it's something in the middle like a piece of information we can either verify or deny here we are allowed to speak about it without you know, without saying that it's correct or not. We leave it as it is.

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Yes, yes. I think that's important for the people to know because someone was mentioning that there's descriptions of David that are bad in certain books, etc. Look, we don't want to talk about specific books and beliefs. But like we mentioned, we've got the the principle which is that which agrees with us, we take it and that which disagrees with us. If it is bad or wrong or contradicts according to our belief then we will not accept it and not take it personally

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And through. So with this bad mention of the MBR, or a masala to a salon, we don't believe in this because we know that the NBA or the best of human beings, and they were the greatest of examples for people to follow. We can't actually say anything bad about these messengers of Allah subhanho wa Taala, he chose them for a reason. And I think that's important to note. Yes, it's extremely important to note, that's why sometimes when you're reading through the books of text, see, you can't just go and quote everybody who mentioned this know that Allah in the same book, the same author who has written that have seen at the beginning, he will tell you about his position when it

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comes to EDM when it comes to this when it comes to this. So you have to know how they've written the books. And you know, it brings me to a point that sometimes when we read through the books, especially if we don't know the Arabic, or we haven't really learned a lot, you can just open any page and find, okay, this is like this, and start coating it, especially if it you know, sometimes people come out with things that don't really conform to what everybody or all the Muslims believe. And they want to come up with something new. And they say, I found it in this book. Well, maybe the author who is speaking about it in this book told you that when he mentioned certain things, you

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take it, you don't really have to believe it or disbelieve it. It's like an alien that we don't know, conform, or they go against believe it. So you have to know, especially when quoting everybody the context they mentioned it in and how they mentioned it, and especially what we could say, Manhattan, or what method they are using when writing these books, especially Tafseer, or the show had explanations of why this is so true. You know, context is so important as well. People take things out of context for no reason, pick up very small bits and pieces of what you've said, and then begin to argue with you or refute what you've said. Whereas in reality, they haven't even

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really understood the full context of the situation. I think it's mostly mean that we can derive a point from there as well, to say that, when you hear something, don't just believe it. But try to think good of the situation and think there must be something more to it. There must be some goodness to it. Perhaps the man meant something else. Make an excuse for him until you find that that? Yes, definitely. He said something very bad or wrong. In that case, wrong is wrong and right will remain right until pm.

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Yes. As you mentioned, that's the first stage. The second stage, let's say he's done something wrong. How do you deal with this mistake? Do you just go and you know, publish his mistakes every day or stop speaking go to him, ask him about the context. Maybe he's genuinely made a mistake. And he would love it if somebody came to correct him. Yes, that's also true that once he's made a mistake, doesn't mean that he's now a disbeliever, who has left Islam altogether. We need to focus on the positives and then try to correct the person in the best manner possible, rather than humiliating or coming out there and saying bad about this person? Yes, we need to verify facts. And

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also we need to, you know, leave judgment to a larger lavalla Yes, you may disagree with somebody, somebody may say something completely out, especially in the world we live in today. There's a way to go to go about when it comes to these things, how to handle them how to address them. And yeah, I think that's about it when for what I've got to say, yes,

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it's been lovely chef. And Charla, I'll leave you for today and we'll meet tomorrow with nilay Patel at the same time. Allah Jessa como la halen tomorrow is a very interesting juice. The third juice there's a lot of stories mentioned. There's a story of a cerca de la salon story of a Sally salon. A legend of Allah speaks about how when he saw the fruit, what did he do what when Malian had the fruit What did that inspire Zachary alehissalaam to do inshallah that and much more we will discuss tomorrow evening last evening, just like a lot and see you tomorrow inshallah Salah Malik amin Kumar, la consola momento, la