Al Fatihah An In Depth Study Part 07

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Hamdan

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bin Mohammed

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some of us

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were speaking about

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shallow love some finishing points about before moving on to the human.

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Eye one of the points that we spoke about yesterday

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is that the words are Rahman Rahim coming after me shows to us this the obeah Alyssa how to work either physical media which is based on drama.

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And when you grew up as a Muslim, many times you are not exposed to the teachings of other religions and the teachings of other philosophies. And so therefore, you kind of take things for granted. And you don't sometimes realize what a strong statements Alissa what God is making in different places in the Quran. So for example, this idea of

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the robiola lisanna without his lordship being one of Rama. This goes against many of the philosophies and many of the mythologies that previous people said, for example, in the mythology of the Greeks, which, of course is still well known today, in some cases, it has some influence some of their gods like Olympia, or they used to get angry.

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These guys used to get angry, they used to take it out on the human beings. So there was a kind of,

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like, I'm just reporting to you, I'm not

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anything we used to have sometimes violence, outbursts against human beings. And in fact, many of the mythologies they explained, for example, just happened. Now, recently in Indonesia, this kind of the tsunami and earthquakes, they explain them in the light of the gods. This is how the gods treat human beings and the gods get upset.

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In the Old Testament, we talked a little bit about the Jewish beliefs in the Old Testament, and the beliefs about that, and one of the things that we also see is that sometimes God got very upset with the human beings and tried to play tricks on them. And like in the famous story of the Tower of Babel, which God saw how much man was accomplishing. So he decided to scatter them and make them not be able to understand each other's language. So this is the kind of beliefs that existed before the time, and in fact, continued to exist today and philosophers to this day when they speak about God, and what's the relationship between God and mankind, they speak about the fact for example, that God

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is omnipotent, and has all the power and human beings are weak creatures. So therefore, humans are bound to suffer, or just take on their life without any hopes and aspirations and so forth. Well, Hamdulillah, Allah subhanho wa Taala makes it very clear to us that yes, he is that he has that complete authority. But at the same time, he is not a robot who treats his creatures in an unjust way or in an unkind way he is.

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And we spoke about last time, some of the manifestations of his dharma. So as I said, people growing up as Muslims sometimes never come across these other beliefs. And so therefore, they kind of take what he says humbler without realizing what Allah subhana wa tada is saying, sometimes with respect to what people are believed in what people still believe. And what's important teachings, it is important, right? That is that Allah subhana wa tada is giving to the believers.

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And last time, we also spoke about the fact that Brahma is a characteristic that is beloved to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we presented those heavy to the promises to them in which the promises made it clear that the one who does not give mercy will not receive mercy. So we as human beings who are supposed to be merciful. And just one last point on that.

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And I'm bringing up this topic only because it's a topic which recently Muslims have kind of gone through springs concerning this topic. And that is the question of when we speak about the fact that Muslims should be merciful. Does that mercy also extend to the disbelievers

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and it was just merciful to ourselves or does that mercy also mean that we are mercy to all mankind? And in fact, the prophets I sell him many times is called the prophet of mercy.

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And we spoke about a little bit how Allah subhana wa tada described him, as indicated on the Killarney Allah subhanho wa Taala is only synchronizing mercy for all mankind.

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So I would like to discuss a little bit about the relationship between the believers and the disbelievers with respect to this question of Brahma. And how, as I said, some people, especially nowadays have gone to an extreme

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in one of the other classes that we were having. And unfortunately, I can't remember which one exactly it was, but I believe it was the comments and

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we spoke about one of

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them, and was supposed to send them said, leguminosae, hydroquin, happy, happy, happy

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that none of you truly believe until he loves for Brother, what he loves himself.

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And after 911, particularly here in the United States, and particularly one well known speaker, when presenting Islam to the non Muslims, he quoted, this hadith also said that none of you truly believes and said he loves his brother, which he loves himself. And in the course of his speech, he said that in no way who is a famous and respected Muslim scholar,

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and in fact, others besides him know, he also said this, he said, even though he says that the meaning of he here, does not believe until he loves his brother, is all of mankind, the Brotherhood of humanity, as they call it.

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And so therefore, he argues that as a Muslim, we should love for all mankind, believers, believers, which we love for ourselves.

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And as I said, this is one extreme. And the reason that's one extreme is because he did not give you the entire picture of what's a meme? No, he said,

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What's a meme and no one was kicking about

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was that we should love for the disbelievers as brethren in humanity who wants to use those terms, we should love for the disbelievers The most important thing for them. And that is that they embrace Islam. This is what the gnosis he didn't just say, let them stay in the Cooper, and we hope they get to everything. He did not say that he said that we should love for them that he embraced Islam, because from our point of view, obviously, the most important thing that anything can have is Islam, this will save them and this life and will save them in the hereafter.

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Now, if you go to many non Muslims, and in fact, when we gave that lecture that we gave at the golf course, some time ago, this happened when I said that, you know, if you have to be very good, everyone becomes us.

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So for them, this is a kind of adult, this is kind of punishment, what do you mean?

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So it's like what to smoke about this way. But

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if you look at things superficially, they think of Islam, when we say that we would like them to become Muslim. They think we want some kind of evil for them, or what some authority or power them. But that's not what it means at all. It means that we hope for them the good and that good Islam, if they decide not to settle and reject it, then we cannot treat them, like someone who has believed in Allah subhanho wa Taala and submitted to Allah Subhana, WA, Tada. It does not make any sense whatsoever from our Islamic outlook to treat the believer exactly like you treat the non believer.

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And by the way, this is not just our view as Muslims. But this is everybody's view. I'm sure that if you go to virtually any individual, and you put two people in front of the one that believes like him and treats them well and has the same practices or lives the same kind of way, and someone who believes the opposite of him, believes that he's wrong and what he's doing and doesn't like what he's doing, he will have a different relationship with those two people. Now, in our case, we say this is part of our religion, they'll just say something natural, and have to elevate it to the status of religion. But the best thing is, I said the best thing that we can hold for anybody,

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including each other, by the way, I'm Muslim, the best thing we can hope for is that the Muslims and non Muslims will embrace Islam properly, please also handle without and die in that state and in terms of gender.

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And if this is what we're hoping for anyone, this is the best thing we could possibly hope for. And as I said, they may look at it as something like you know, they would dread the idea of becoming Muslim. But in reality, we make dreads something which is very good for them, like we spoke yesterday.

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And in fact, the process also alluded to the fact that people might enter into a situation which is very good for them through means that they would think is a kind of tortures and is not good for them. When the promises of them told us and recorded by a party and you alone and forming your own agenda.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala wonders that those people who enter into gender in change

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the incidence of genuine change and what he's referring to as the scars it is those people who became Muslim,

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they became Muslim and that's why they intergender they became Muslim because

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Because of the fact that they were forced into slavery or forced under the authority of the Muslims, so they're like in chains. And because of that experience, they were able to witness Islam and learn about Islam and embraces them and become true Muslims and antigen. So they did not experience that. If they did not go through those chains, then they maybe would have never embraced Islam.

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So, this is part of our mentors, the disbelievers that we always hope inshallah, that they will embrace Islam. And we can see this in the example of the processor in many cases, and that the processing them three very much for the disbelievers for the people who are not accepting the message system is in more than one occasion.

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Allah subhana wa tada has to control the process of selling, and he loves to kill himself over the fact that people are rejecting them as a choice. That's their decision on the Sandwich Islands giving them death. And so the process should accept it like in one example of a commander reconnaissance as I was listening

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to him in

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DC,

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it may be that you kill yourself out of grief, cousins or brothers. So you kill yourself out of grief that these people are not accepting the message. Another case the professor silom gave himself as an example of someone who started a fire. And after the fire says glowing, all the insects goes towards the fire, and they get into the fire. And he's like the one who's trying to keep them out of the fire is trying to save people from going to the hell fire whether they appreciate what you're doing, or not.

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So one extreme is no, we ignore all the differences between the one who was worshipping God and the one who knows Allah subhanho wa Taala. And say that we all like in one kind of brotherhood of humanity. That's one extreme. The other extreme is the extreme that we hear unfortunately, from some people nowadays, when they talk about the kofod, all they can think about all they can speak about is the killing and the destruction of the before the blood will flow in the streets that I wanted to came supposedly from a Muslim Allah Allah

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had a very Israeli accent to him, but

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that the blood will flow in the streets of America. And he this kind of attitudes beyond just being very immature and ridiculous is also very, an Islamic was not the attitude of processes. And it there's no question that there might be some times in which you have to fight

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it. Fight for the sake of Islam fight for defending Islam, fight for helping Islam being spread. But there's a difference between fighting for that purpose, and having the goal of simply killing

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because there's no benefits. There's no goal and just kink. Even if they are called Big Catholics. There's no goal in killing the people. And in fact, that was not the example of the processor. weren't supposed to sell them for love when he faced one of the worst days that he faced from the fresh and the angel jabril came to him and he said if you want I can order the angels to have the mountains crush over these people to follow him his answer to the angels

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are you on your fridge your loneliness loving him I love what I do now you should have completed the process and said No, in fact I hope that from their descendants will be people who worship Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, not describing anything.

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And in fact, even before the battle, even before fighting, we can see a clear sign from the Father system that the goal is not killing. The purpose is not killing, but the purpose of something much more important much greater than that. And unfortunately sometimes you just have to fight to seek to the more important goal. So for example, the policy selling tool this

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Are you a nurse let me know a call I do and you do not hold for this is just before they're about to fire people. The process of them said do not hold for encountering the enemy. Instead as Alyssa Hannah was our philosophy for safety. But if you are forced to fight then you should be confirmed Of course in your fighting another case processor was giving the better to it given ever thought of to fight people when the processor them told them when you get to them, call them first to Islam

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and inform them of what is obligatory abundance for light yellow because you Lynn Haven lucky I mean

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the policy silom said and he's going to fire the purpose later.

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To find a winning situation, to fight another group of people, and the Bible says Adam told him, he's going to give him that banner. And he told him that when you go to them, call them to Islam, call them to snap, don't just go and kill them, there's no purpose. What's the purpose of that? What will be the benefit of that? Call them to Islam, and inform them, of what is obligatory upon them.

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And then he said that By Allah, if Allah guides just one person through you, it is better for you than having the best quality of camels.

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And of course, after the time, the father says that in which tool is the difference to have a went to the Emperor.

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And the Emperor Persia asked him what brought those Muslims to their lands? The answer to them was that alive centers to take whoever wishes from the servitude of mankind, to the servitude of Allah, and from the tightness of this world to a sixpence and from the injustice of the ways of life in this world, to the justice of Islam.

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So in this way, we see the concept of Rama as you said, it is something that Allah subhana wa tada reminds us about communion, the sort of the Quran mentioning his name twice, and it is an attribute of Allah subhanaw taala that we should look forward to, and that we should appreciate and we should be grateful for Allah subhanho wa Taala that are looking at what God has decreed for himself, that is Rama will overcome his anger.

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And also as he said, it is an attribute which is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala. And so therefore, we should try to take on that attribute.

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And finally, one, try to make this brief although that's not my specialty.

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One last point about Rahim is unfortunately, throughout the history of the Muslim Ummah, when it comes especially to the attributes of Allah subhana wa tada and he said, Look, we have discussed the importance of knowing the names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Sometimes when it comes to the attributes of Allah subhanho, wa Taala, they approach them with a kind of philosophy, a kind of theory, that leads them through rejects some of the attributes almost kind of return. And of course, they can reject them completely, they have to reinterpret them.

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So for example, Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned these names twice now already. So we know and even some scores, as we said, spoke about possibly,

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possibly the greatest name or listened to without us and we know how important this concept is, and this idea is good, there are people in the Muslim history who said that Allah subhanho wa Taala is,

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but he has no run

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without Rama, because they said that the concept of

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mercy implies some kind of weakness, some kind of tenderness, some kind of pity. And this is not becoming

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so they have to kind of they have to see all the well what does it mean is that a man but without notice me. So they say that know what it means is his will to do good to people. In other words, if they did something good, then it's like a one to one correspondence kind of a rule you do set in such a level of give you such and such. So this is a rule that is made. It is love based on the fact that he is actually having

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this perhaps was the only time that he did something of this nature, maybe it could be kind of overlooked. But the idea that Allah subhana wa Taala reminds us that he's our plan. And then we look at it from our own point of view and say, well, Rama has some weaknesses. So yes, he's wrong but it doesn't mean he has Rama. And he This is distancing ourselves from what Allah subhana wa tada wants us to know about.

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And the more and the better that we know about Allah subhana wa tada The closer will inshallah be our relationship with Allah.

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So every time we stray from what Allah subhana wa tada is telling us about himself in the short run, we are actually just harming ourselves and harming our relationship with all of us in our data. And I will not bother to go into the details of how the arguments on that particular point should be treated.

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So now we can move on and sell it to the next time medical imaging.

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If you look at money, if you look at the automatic writing of the Quran, this is the word that you will see in the mouth. And actually there are two ways of reading this one is with Alan Malick and the other one is just

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let me just discuss briefly before we

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discuss their meanings. What should be our attitudes? When we say that there's two different readings of a verse? And how do we then approach that verse? We had in the last year, we had about seven or eight lectures on the seven

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course i'm not going to do with

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what he said. And we stopped at the end of the seminar, when we actually did not do that. But yes, we got into something else.

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But we know from our study of the seminar,

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that there's more than one way in which so listen to what God has sent down the Quran, to make it easy for Muslim, there's more than one way in which Allah subhana wa tada sent down the Quran. And in reality, this is part of the miraculous nature of the Quran. Because when you study the different facades, you'll see that their meanings complement each other, or give some shade of meaning that the other God doesn't give. So actually, this part of the miraculous aspects of the Quran that there's no contradiction between the different facades, but there is an increase in the mean.

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Now, this is the first occasion that we've come in which there is an authentic QA, there's a difference in the authentic.

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So what we mean by authentic Grace is that this is what we know to be the Quran, and meets all the standards for being accepted as the Quran, there is, for example, for the spectralis Al Hamdulillah, there is one reading that makes it hum instead of medical and lay. But as I said, these are not authentic, we won't worry about those who worry about them or to look at an exception.

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So they said in this particular case, we have two readings, Malik and Mack

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and the way that we should approach it. And the reason why I'm mentioning this in particular is because there are some tissues, you might pick up some tissues. And unfortunately, particularly poverty is one of those tissues in which they approach the God as trying to discuss which one is better of the different parts and which one will accept to the point of even rejecting sometimes correct.

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This is not the proper stance to think of respect to the different what are the difference, which was that authentic readings of the Quran, they should be treated like two distinct verses.

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It should be disputed like to two fingers. Allah says this, for example, here, unless there's not a human being and Alison handle it, that also says medical imaging. So we should try to get the guidance from both of them and understand what both of them mean, because both of them are put on

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both of them are put on it should not try to ignore one. But instead, we should try to get as much benefit as we can from both of them. And as we will see, inshallah, there's a difference between Malik and Malik and each one gives us a lot of meaning that the other one does not necessarily.

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So we oppose them inshallah as two distinct verses, and we will try to understand them both ways and benefits from both of them. Shall

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we begin first by analyzing some of the different words in dismissing Quran medical imaging. And as we said, there's two readings, medic, and medic. Malik comes from the word

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Malik comes from.

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So no means ownership possession. So Malik, toward Malik. And by the way, this is the reading of awesome and

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all of the others read Melek. The word medic comes from, as I said, derived from the word Nope, it means possessing something in such a way that you have the right to dispose of it and use it in the way that you will.

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So we're talking about complete ownership of symbols. Now, when we're speaking about human beings, and we speak about complete ownership of something, there are always constraints. And

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when we say that someone is going to say I own that car, there's some constraints on what you can do. Because physical constraints,

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there's legal constraints, and hopefully there's even more constraints.

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So when we speak about a human being and we say that he is a medic or an owner something

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we say that he has absolute or complete authority to dispose of it in the way that he wishes but what we mean by that is given well known conditions,

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but when we speak about Allah subhana wa Giada.

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And we say that Allah subhanho wa Taala is medic.

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And by the way, we are kind of taking the words apart. So the name actually, Allah Malik, and medical These are two of the lanes of Allison Hana, which is a tool of the names of Alyssa Hamilton. Another name is Dominique, who will discuss

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so when we say that Alyssa handle a child has

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allelic

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This means that she is the owner of everything.

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And he has the right to dispose of and use for she owes in any manner that she will. But the difference between Alyssa without being a medic, and anyone else being an order is that there's no constraints upon all this metadata except for what he himself has decreed.

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The only one who really has absolute ownership to absolute ownership is almost kind of with that.

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And as you said, Malik coming from work, just for you can translate as King, and the owner of the Mini.

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So the difference between the two when we say a medic, as opposed to a medic, and let's talk about not with respect to Allah subhana wa, tada first medica, who said is an owner, right? Someone owns a car. Medic is like a king or the physician or the person in authority. So he's the one who gives out rules because of commands, and people are expected to obey his commands. It doesn't make any sense to be the king, and you're not expected to do a beta.

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Maybe contemporary kings might feel that way. But

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first, the idea of kingship is this, the king has that authority, he has the authority to lay down laws, he has the authority over the people, they are his subjects, and they are expected to obey Him. Now, obviously, any kind of King of this world,

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those people who think they are kings, really their authority is not very great.

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Even if they're king of the land, even if they're powerful kings of the land, usually their authority is not very great. People can get around their authority.

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And ask anyone who's living under a king nowadays, how to get around

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the authorities of the kings, but also,

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again, like we talked about the medical side, or DOD is absolutes, things is the absolute worst.

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So he has the right to lay down all the laws, all the legislation.

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In fact, all the rules, even nations, this belongs to Allah subhanaw taala because that's part of his being human beings cannot control much nature, but actually it is all part of all this man without his convenience, even those things, Allah subhana wa tada lays down the laws.

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And it is expected that he would be obeyed he is

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I mean, it doesn't make any sense to say that he is American, he's not going to be obeyed. He is supposed to be obeyed.

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And we know that if you don't obey the king, the worldly King, and he's able to find out about it, and capture you, you have to face certain consequences.

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Well, if you disobey the medic, lesson,

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number one, he knows about it, you don't have to worry about that. He knows about it. And number two, you can't escape him.

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So then, the third part is you won't have to face the consequences of your actions. So when we say that God is in medical, one of the first things that we get from it is that we are supposed to be under his authority.

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And so therefore, anytime we transgress his authority, then we should realize that we should expect that there will be consequences for our actions

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in many places, and the Quran also tells us that he has the Dominion has

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he like similar to this sounds throughout the Quran.

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So then, as I said, especially those who are dealing with the different clubs, they talk about which one of these two names is more comprehensive, and stronger meaning.

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Now,

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as I said, if you're going to analyze which one is stronger to decide which car you accept, and you reject the one, that is a problem. But if you're just analyzing to see exactly what they mean, and what is the true connotation about them. There's nothing wrong with that. In fact, what you conclude, Bobby is that each one has, as I said, a shade of meaning that the other one may not have.

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So for example, some say that the concept of milk or being a medic is more comprehensive than lack. So being like the king is more important than being the owner of something. Because if you're the owner of something, and you're under the authority of a king, then he has the right to determine for you what you can do and can't do with your with what you put

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So even though you're the medic or something, you have the medic looking over you and saying no, you can't do that, you can't do that. So the medic has the authority to limit your absolute ownership. However, at the same time, the owner of something may have direct control or something, while the king may lay down rules and not have the power to enforce those rules is happening.

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So he's laying down rules telling you, you should do this and this and this is my property, I'm gonna do what I what I want with it, and he doesn't have the power to do anything. So this is the kind of discussion that discord sometimes was saying, Okay, which one is stronger, which one is more comprehensive, and medic, and medic, as I said, in general, actually, you will find that each one is providing something that the other one does not provide. So we just show the difference between what it means to be medic and medic, so almost nine, oh, God is boring, no need to go into too much detail about which one is stronger, more comprehensive than the other. The reality is that Allah

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subhanho wa Taala is both the owner of everything. And he's also the one in authority over everything, both cases, both aspects are true for with respect to others.

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But from these two names, there are some results that we can see from this. And as we said, obviously, the real owner, and the real King is all of a sudden with that. And if anyone thinks that they have any authority, any rule in this world, and if anyone thinks that they have really any ownership in this world, they have to realize that actually, that's right that they have. And that authority that they have has actually come from all this time with that.

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And it is under control that if Alyssa without a wanted to remove it from them, Allah subhana wa tada could easily move from. So the real owner of everything in the real king over anything, is

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what happens many times with respect to humans, especially those who are materialistic.

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You know, now when you read, for example, literature in the society and some of the science journals and so forth, there's this kind of a drive to have a complete mastery over nature, even over depth. And if if we can somehow conquered death, even if they are actually trying to lose something that is beyond their means, because they are allowed to to navigate up to 200 honor, they're not even the ones having the to authority over anything. But what happens is that humans get into this mode of thinking where they think they are in control. They think they are the real power. And they think that they are the real story. So Allah subhanaw taala reminds us in the Quran that Alyson hunter

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with Darla is a medic, and he's a medical doctor, and he's also an investor

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with respect to him being the owner, what it means for anything that you possess in this world. It means that the real owner who said is a listen, I know Tyler, so what's the most you are kind of like a caretaker, he like a Windsor, actually, you're renting it. And that's even maybe a dentist's way to put it. If you rent something, you read some property. You know, if you own overnight, you can only do what stoner allows you to do. For this, you only should do I should say so much

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more than what the owner may want them to do for you only supposed to do what the landlord or the owner would like you or be willing for you to do.

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Some of the areas everything that we possess in this area. Everything that's aligned with the island is [???]tier because then we carry all this land without has given us limited ownership, limited control. Everything that we possess everything that we own, we have to remember who should always be conscious of the fact that it belongs actually to Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And as someone who is just like leasing it to using it, we can never use it in a way that Alyson handwerk God does not allow us to, we can never use it. We should never use it in a way that is displeasing to Allah Sandra.

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And a practice if you ever study with the goal Islamic economics. This is one of the features of Islamic economics that distinguishes it from capitalism and socialism. Because in Islamic economics, the idea is you're always aware of the fact that you are not the real owner of that property. The real owner is almost done with that.

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You are allowed to use it within certain limitations. You have some of those

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You're working within certain limitations. But you always realize that you're always limited by what Allah subhanho wa Taala has commanded for you.

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Of course, the idea of capitalism is very much different.

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The idea in capitalism is that if we give this property to an individual, and the individual believes that he's a complete or over his head, he can do anything that he wants with it.

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Because the Invisible Hand of the market supporter really is just as a politically correct polite word. But the idea behind capitalism has disagreed

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on the individual, and his lust for more control, to lead him to behave in such a way, that it would be the best for all people.

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The profit motive, you know, driving trying to get the most profit out of something,

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the idea behind that is that he should be free to use it any way he wants. And because of the human being, he has this greed and profit motive within him, he's going to find the best way to use it, the way that is best for society as a whole. And that's what capitalism is all about. And so therefore, if that leads to exploitation, if that leads to doing things which would be displeasing to Allah, subhanaw taala, these are minor minor considerations is a minor consideration, because he is the owner of the property, he should be free to dispense with the property, and the way that he wishes. And of course, socialism went to the other extreme of having the states being the owner.

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As we said, one of the things that we realized when we realize that Allah subhanho wa Taala, is also a medic, is that Allah subhanaw taala. Again, he is the authority. And his authority is supposed to be submitted to with absolute obedience.

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And what this also means is that all of those powers that be in this world, the kings, the presidents, the Prime Ministers, whatever they might be, in reality, they're nothing more than under the authority of Allah.

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And if I can't really they cannot do anything, unless you're listening to what Allah allows them to do. They are completely under his command of Allah decrees for them to die on their part of his dominion, he can do that. They can wipe out a whole country if he wants, because they're all part of his dominion, he has the rights. And in fact, they're all part of his property in reality, so he has the right to treat them in any way that he was. But an important point about this, that almost 100 God is the real King was supposed to be submitted to.

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In general, when you have kings, and when you have a society that will tell us about humans being social creatures. When you have a society in general, there might be some exceptions to this. But we have a society, the society and the king, the rulers, the powers that be they lay down laws.

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And for the most part, for the most part, the purpose of the laws, for the most part is some kind of Muslim, some kind of good, some kind of public utility. You know, obviously, there's exceptions, maybe there's more and more exceptions. Every game was there's exceptions to that. But in general, like for example, let's say the laws regarding driving, you stop at a red lights, why do you stop red lights? Because it's good.

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If everyone goes and we just go to some countries, you know what I'm talking about everyone goes.

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So what happens when the laws of the king, as in that example, that we just gave, or the laws of the Power Authority completely are ignored?

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These laws that have been laid down have some city laws, for example, for personal greed or whatever, but these laws have been laid down for the good of society, what happens when they are ignored? It leads to confusion leads to muscle power, because

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some kind of harms the evil society.

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So that is where the respect to these worldly kings, what do you think with respect to

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the ultimate Kingdom ultimate authority? Allah subhanho wa Taala remember, he is probably right and he, he is our man. And he is also

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so now he has laid down laws as part of his rubia as part of his Rama and as part of his most of his labor laws.

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What do you think will happen when these laws

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if he was a tyrant, like some rulers are maybe they disobey laws is better for them? But as I said, He is the Rob and he is Rahman Rahim. And here's

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what happens when his laws are disobeyed is that evil is produced.

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As Alyssa nanodiamonds president is

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To produce from the hands of mankind, he was spread due to the actions of the fact on the creation, he has laid the laws for all to the creation. And when you go against those laws, you are actually putting all the creation at risk. Alison had a look I was listening to put on, he describes this in a very moving fashion to respect to us and ask you to believe

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says we're part of

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the project to ship

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to Canada similar to

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looking

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at goddesses they say that a man has taken a son

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and then all of a sudden what data says you have come with something atrocious disguise are about to, for practically to rupture from it.

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Because it goes against what Allah subhana wa tada has ordered. The skies are about to rupture from it. And the earth is about to split open.

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And the mountains are about to collapse, devastation, because of that kind of thing. Because of this belief that they had, saying that Allah subhana wa tada is taking a child, this is the almost results.

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Summary when we violate the laws all of a sudden without as I said, this is a ways by which the facade has spread throughout the land. So all the time what Goddess is, as we said, he is a medic, and he is a medic. And both of these, as I said, both of these readings are in this verse, his both the magic of the oma game, and he's also the medical unity. For your hair, the next word is probably a very commonly known word. Maybe anyone who's taken a day or two of Arabic knows the word

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most commonly the meaning of X gasconade here was the residual mean first thing that means again, either 24 hours a day or it means the time is one, but actually in the Arabic language, your means a portion of time, a portion of time,

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we have samples up we were discussing, earlier size, also portion of time yom is a bigger portion of them. And you can go from being a moment

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to being 1000s of years.

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So for example,

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in which the Mercosur in say, here, Yom goes back to the meaning of the words, moments, is the verse in the Quran which Alyssa handwork goddesses, who the Yeoman who said, who the Yeoman Hopi says doesn't mean every day in some affair, but it means every moment Allah subhanho wa Taala and is happy to process my believe I brought it with me in which some question about this authenticity, but it talks about every moment he is forgiving people, he is rescuing people, he is honoring people, he is lowering other people. This is every moment. So cool, the human horror fiction means every moment your means every moment, all of our data also tells us that you can use your phone for a long period

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of time, like in reverse and we're still learning how to work dialysis.

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today because we're all at home in Canada data who comes in that other person.

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This the angels and Gabriel go back to him in a day whose measure is 15,000 years.

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Another verse Allah subhana wa tada says, We are human and got a bigger facility met

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today with your Lord is like 1000 years of your reckoning. So it doesn't necessarily mean yom as in a day. It means a period of time. And if we go for example, to the books of the Hubby, for example,

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in which this day your Medina in particular is described, we see that it is a date filled with numerous events and very big date.

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How long will that day be exactly? course it'll be after the sun and the moon has been destroyed and no one will be back. How long would that day be? We don't know. But you all means a period of time.

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of here of course a timeout of specific events. It says Norma Jean, Norma Jean.

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So you all miss a period of time. In this case, as I said there's a specific event. It is the events or the time of the gene.

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But the word gene in the Arabic language. If you go back to its roots and what it's originally implied, it has certain connotations to it. But when you when you think about it,

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connotation, they are actually very closely related to each other. Basically, we can see that it has four basic connotations to it. And all of these different usages,

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you can actually find in the Quran, but due to time to go over them. Jean includes, for example, the meaning of sovereignty, sovereignty and supreme authority.

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Number two, obedience and submission to such authority,

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obedience and submission to such authority.

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And number three, the system of action in life that is established

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based on that authority, or through the exercise of that authority.

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So you have the authority, you have the concept of obeying it, and you have the whole system of life.

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If you ask most Americans what the gene mean, most Americans, they'll say it means religion way of life, again, the Islam, and they're talking about this third aspect, but it's just one aspect of completing a game. And the fourth meaning, the fourth aspect to it is the retribution, that it led by the authority and consideration of loyalty and obedience or transgression against the authority.

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So basically, you have the authority, like when we spoke before about the NEC, you have the authority to sovereignty, as one thing you have the authority so that authority is expected to be obeyed.

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That authority is expected to be obey. So the word gene also includes the idea of the authority as well as the idea of obeying authority.

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Now, why would you obey the authority if you obey the authority by following the laws and regulations that the authority has laid down? So these laws and regulations are also part of this concept of, again,

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as I said, that is the word most Americans are would know, when they say do nothing about the authority themselves. They're not talking about submission to the authority, but they're talking about what is already has laid down. And then finally, with every authority in general, there is then the recruiter or the re compensating for the actions that you did, did you obey the authority or not.

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And so those are four aspects. As I said, each one of these is found in the poem The use of the word gene.

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But what we're talking about gene here is that last aspects

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of the judgment of the acquittal of the recompensate

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where people will be given the reward or the punishment based on their behavior, or fulfilling the laws and submitting to the authority. So based on their behavior and submitting to laws of authority, they will be judged. So your machine here means that time can visit us at any date, but because

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that time or data moments,

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no matter how long in which people will be facing their judgments, will be receiving their award or receiving their

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but just the word gene in itself, as I said, comprises all of those other concepts. In other words, you cannot think of a day of requital recumbency unless there was some authority and something that had to be done, something was supposed to be done. All of these things actually are implied when the use of the Lord and this meaning of the word gene also we can find it throughout the Quran.

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For example, Allah subhanaw taala says,

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you'll muddy you will see him a lovino homeless.

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We are the moon and the law who is helping me on that day. Hello, we'll pay them the recumbent so the geese in full. Dino Homer. This is very complex. And how can you choose to me correctly info and they will know that Allah He is the manifest.

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So this is the meaning of the word Deen.

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So now we have all three words we have both of them as we said medic and medical should think of it as like two different verses is both there. So let's find what God is telling us that he is the master or the king, as well as the owner, the controller, the time of the day, in which everyone will be we compensate for that.

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This is what God is telling us this verse. And this aspect of course, the idea of the hereafter the idea of resurrection, the idea of meeting Allah subhanho wa Taala and having to face the consequences of our actions. This is something obviously that we find throughout the Quran is one of the basic teachings of Islam. As I said, Allison, hello, Donna, in many places has shown us that there is going to be such a date, there is going to be such a day in which he is going to be sitting in judgment.

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As the sun as the Christian say, says, should be Jesus sitting alone, but there's going to be a day in which we would have to face and we have to meet Allah subhana wa Tada. And every day when we go to the salon five times a day, at least five times a day, we all reminding ourselves of this fact.

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You know, how can you read a selfie

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and not remind yourself of that fact. Unless you're not paying attention at all, because this is one of the most basic senses and the most regular doesn't take. It took some time to go through a bit as needed.

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Doesn't take much to understand what this phrase is talking about. And if we were to meet Allah subhanaw taala, on a day in which I listened to him without or with judges, and as I said, the meaning of this can be found throughout the Quran.

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I was just read your one verse of the many, many different verses. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, You own the home body's own

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alignment with

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the man and a young lady, what

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are your mature

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Dima cassava

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in the last 30 years,

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and this verse, Allah subhanaw taala is telling us about that day, combining many of the things that we have already alluded to Allah subhana wa tada says, The Day when they will all come out, nothing of them will be hidden from Allah, whose is the kingdom this day? Because Allah is the one the irresistible this day, so every person v recumbents. Score what he earned, no and justice shall be done. Truly, Allah is swift in reckoning.

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So and this verse in the Quran, directly related to what you were describing how much bandwidth Allah will have complete authority on that day, everyone will be brought out all the fallen has dominion all that fall under his ownership, all of them will be brought out. And there will be no warning whatsoever. No don't done whatsoever on that date. And actually, when you think about

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this verse, or this aspect, and the relationship between this verse and the previous verse alaknanda, God is telling us that he is a robot, I mean, he's telling us his or her man or him, and now he's telling us medical imaging.

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And the fact that is part of is that

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it is part of his Rama that he is medic human gene. This is directly related to his,

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his part of his drama that he is not a human being. But according to this thing, I've already gone

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too long. So we will stop there. And next time we'll speak about two things. What is the relationship between him being mad at your machine, and the fact that he is rock and roll Blarney. And as we talked about, he is a medic, and he is a medic in general. These are the names of illness and with that, but in this verse, he's not selling us justice. He is a medic, and a medic in general. But he's telling us that he is medical imaging is medic of all times, of all times right? from the beginning to the end. But here he's telling us he's reminding us that he's met a human being what is the significance of that? Why And What should we get from that that Allah subhanho wa

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Taala is your money so that fact right here we are done for today.