Jamal Zarabozo – Al Fatihah An In Depth Study Part 24

Jamal Zarabozo
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "over" in Arabic to describe people who have earned weight on their shoulders. They also discuss the negative], [The segment discusses the negative philosophy of Islam and how it relates to actions and events. The speakers emphasize the importance of understanding the context of Islam and the potential consequences of actions. They also mention the use of puppet as a distraction in the title of a book and suggest that actions and events are not related to the story.
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Have you

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have the lowest?

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You can? Or should 100 Abdo, what is it?

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About? Shall we continue with our discussion finishing up the last part of this as part of sort of Professor.

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And we mentioned yesterday that this last portion

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of Bonnie, we mentioned that there's actually a Hadith of the Prophet system, you will see specifically defines or gives us an example of who these people are.

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And I noticed that yesterday in my my exuberance to skip all of the

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the detailed discussion of the Hadith, they also failed to mention that the scholars have heavy say about the headquarters their conclusion about the grading of

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the study, to which the professor cinemas told us that

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the Jews and bombing

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the study has been discussed by a number of

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both of the past and also contemporary, such as a cinema being even has you know,

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and from contemporary scholars other than any,

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any atmospheric and so forth. And it is narrated through so many different ways that all of them agree that the headache is either hustlin or sorry, I cannot find anyone from the different scholars that are looked at. And I tried to look at quite a few identify anyone who casts any doubts or rejected this is a heavy ecosystem. And as I mentioned last time, also all of the reports from the Sahaba in the submarine gives the same meaning.

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At the end of yesterday's lecture, we're talking about some of the points that can be derived

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from the manner in which Allah subhana wa tada has taught us His words, and then we'll go beyond him in Bali.

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And we also spoke about the fact what we can derive from the aspects of Allah subhanaw taala did not name them directly. Because the process of them give us an example that there are the Jews and the Christians, that Allah subhanho wa Taala did not name them in that way, but goes on and on.

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And the last point I would like to mention with respect to that is that

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just in the way that almost random Watada described, these two groups

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of people, there should be already a kind of distaste

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or dislike, or the stain in the hearts of the person, when he's making glass or lasagna with the island, reciting this in the prayer.

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Allah Subhana, WA tada did not name these two groups, as for example, the Jews, the Christians, if he renamed them, the Jews and the Christians, then the feeding maybe would not have been that strong of disdain towards those paths. But instead of listening to what God gave very descriptive titles for those two groups of people.

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Obviously, even if someone does not study the Quran, and does not close the details of what does this mean, just hearing the words,

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words, for sure, it should be already a feeling that you don't want to be among those people.

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These are the people whose portion is where

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they have deserved the anger of a listener.

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So just by saying their name,

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it should be already a feeling that you don't want to be among those people, they should make the feeling in the drive and stop. And then Oberlin also abolish volume. Basically, you could almost describe them as those people who are lost.

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They've gone astray, they're lost.

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In general, in Arabic, you would not use this word except for someone who is and can describe it to someone who's lost someone straight. It is not a positive term whatsoever. So again, you don't want to be from a body and you don't want to be from vre. And this should, I can make him take this guy even more seriously.

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Because the way these two groups of people are described is a way that is very negative.

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At the end of yesterday's lecture also spoke about the fact that this last portion right in the movie are leading the way in the scene. You can see this kind of impersonal,

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as you said, they have brought this anger and wrath upon them.

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And also the same time the door is not mentioned the door meaning what I mean by that is this who's rapping whose angers

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does not mention here in this

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Abortion doesn't say as we said, you say we don't say to a lot those people whom you are angry with. We don't even say anything government law. I mean any of the people who hold those anger,

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the door is not mentioned.

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And one of the reasons why the door is not mentioned,

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because obviously, these people are displeasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala they have earned the anger will this panel with Allah and the Wrath of Allah subhana wa tada

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but by the fact that they have earned the Wrath of Allah subhana wa Tada This implies

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that they also are deserving and should have the wrath of all of the believers and all the Malaika and all those who have the right to have breath.

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So in other words, this group of people should not be just displeasing to Allah Subhana Allah and Allah subhanaw taala Ganga with him but actually should be displeasing to all of the believers and all the people who love Allah subhana wa tada and love for the sake of Allah.

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And this point, he shall I will discuss in somewhat more detail here is an important point.

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So here we have, in this verse, Allah subhanaw taala talks about people who are Magoo. banally. The people who have earned the wrath in defeating Sora, in which Alicia Machado describes themselves as a rough man in order Rahim in the same surah Allah subhanaw taala refers to people who've earned the Wrath of Allah.

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What this tells us immediately is that if they have earned the wrath of our Rahman, and Rahim, then they are truly deserving of wrap they are truly deserving.

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Because Allah Subhana Allah God is over mine is over and his forgiving, is pardoning.

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He overlooks many of the sins in the mistakes of human beings.

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And yet still, he refers to these people as the people who have learned the wrath and the anger will doesn't handle it that.

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So this means that they have really done something, their behaviors really such that they deserve the wrath of the one who has written His mercy that His mercies have come before.

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That one was written that says, mercy shall come before his wrath has the terminal has decreed that these people will receive His wrath. And the other

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one to try to translate the word of origin it comes from a word which means the hardest

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example a walk, which is very hard, will be called mother.

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So it signifies you know, something very hard. It's kind of greed, anger, rage, displeasure, great graph.

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And also suggesting the intent to punish someone for the actions that they've done.

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So this verse in the Quran, the first thing of course, that we'll think about when we save

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the Wrath of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And we can find many places in the Quran in which Allah subhana wa Taala refers to his speeches is that

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given circumstances under which a person can expose themselves

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to the possible wrath from a lesson,

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and in fact in another place in the Quran, in reference to the Jews, Allah subhanho wa Taala says about all these other beings as other that actually they are residing or living in anger.

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And maybe zelophehad sam will discuss the exact meaning of that verse. But throughout the Quran, we can find different occasions in which Alyssa Haleakala refers to his anger upon certain people. I think we already spoke about the case of the one who intentionally murders another believer, Allah subhanho wa Taala. It says about this person will receive a lot of writing the anger will listen or theodicy be upon him.

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And other examples we find any kind of deliberate violation of the covenant of Allah, taking patrons and Odia from those people whom Allah subhanaw taala has disapproved them

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to just believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala. to disobey or to slay the prophets, excessive consumption or wastage. All these actions are actions and the Parana which Allah subhanho wa Taala refers to them will speak to them as deserving the wrath of God.

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And by the way, the Wrath of Allah subhanho wa Taala is also something that is confirmed. And the contemporary Bible and the Old Testament and even in the New Testament, there's reference to the wrath of God. So it's not something just particular to the Muslims. We believe that Allah has wrath and that Allah subhanaw taala will bring his judgment down upon certain people.

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And when we talk about

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Rahim we spoke about the concept of Rama.

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That this is one of the attributes of Allah subhanaw taala, that Allah subhanho wa Taala is merciful. And similarly when we talk about the angle of this man with Allah, this is also one of the attributes of Allah subhanaw taala, that Allah subhanho wa Taala has angered.

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Now obviously when we speak about the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And when we speak about bangable, this kind of a gala, we are speaking about something about Allah in such a way that this is his attributes which is befitting His Majesty and His qualities. So it's going to be different from our feelings of mercy, our feelings of anger, but the general understanding of it we can understand.

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So listen handle with Darla, as we spoke about many occasions before, one of the greatest blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala, starting with the beginning of sort of Satya, unless God is telling us about themselves, and giving us more and more details about themselves.

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And we have to take those as almost nanocomposites pitch them and believe in them the proper way. Because this is how we build our knowledge of Allah subhana wa Tada. And the greater our knowledge of Allah subhanho wa Taala is, inshallah, the greater our love for Allah will be, the greater our desire to serve Allah, Allah will be, the greater will be our resistance to worship anything other than on the center.

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And as we talked about when we spoke about when we take these kind of verses of old put on, and we try to divorce them of really the equipment in the ticket.

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Some of them officer industrial reach, especially the later necessity, they will say that almost kind of a God doesn't have this attribute the banker,

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even though you'll find, as I said, in many places will put on speaking of Alexandra, they say that all it means

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is the intention that Allah subhanaw taala has the intention to play someone.

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So it was not anger. But Allah subhanaw taala intends to punish these people.

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I think there's a difference in one's relationship to Alyssa handwerk. Either, if one doesn't act, by which he believes that Allah subhanho wa Taala would be angered

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as opposed to an act in which she believes that all the fun without him may punish him for it.

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Because we're talking about now the emotional feeling towards the listener.

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And this is what drives him in the public system for this is there's a piece of flesh in the body, that if it is sound, then the whole body of sound And if it is, stole that there is no sound, the whole body is talking about the heart, and it is feelings of the heart. So the love towards Allah subhanaw taala is the most important feeling that you can have and the fear from Allah subhanaw taala and the whole thing.

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And these are greatly affected by how you understand the names and attributes of the listener.

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So if you do something that is displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala or that, you know, angers Allah subhanaw taala if you really believe in the fact that I was angered

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then this will be different than simply saying that there may be some day in which you might be punished for it.

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Because there might be some day that you might be punished for maybe in between, you might do something that will remove that sin from you or allow me remove that sin from you for some reason. So and it's not that big of an issue, but at that moment

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to know that you're doing something that angers Allah subhana wa Tada This will have a much greater effect on

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the idea of the punishments is also there that's a sign of a Tata may punish you. Obviously, that can be proven through many places.

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But the idea first is if you're doing something that is angry, almost

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have a look around what God is really beloved to

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you will avoid those things get angry.

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Most husbands, for example, maybe out of love, maybe out of fear, they avoid those things that are anger, their license, hopefully go out of love for their wives, they avoid those things, because they have otherwise. So similarly when we have a look on this kind of account, if we believe that this is an act that will anchor him not just that he may punish us one day for it, but actually it angers them, then we will behave differently towards that action.

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But unfortunately, the more we try to strip alisson 100 to either of these attributes, the less and less we realize about Allah subhanaw taala and the weaker and weaker is our feelings towards Allah subhanaw taala

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then we're not going to have those emotions in our hearts. They will guide us to do what is best

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What is most beloved Phyllis.

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And this was, this was a disease that afflicted the Muslim Ummah, throughout the years. And unfortunately, we can even see it even in some of the English literature. And it where there's this idea we cannot say anything positive about the Latinos data we cannot say what he is

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because our you know, our definitions will be based on human things. And so therefore, a lot will be above everything that we see is that is true, but the list of our data has given us this knowledge and is expressed in a nice way so that we can have an understanding even if it is a limited understanding.

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So, for example, Mohammed effort in his commentary in the Quran in the introduction of remember correctly or not, no, it's not in the interest.

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Actually, I think it's one of the appendix you

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can't get much further off the lesson. 100 So he said, far from being able to imagine him speaking about the law, far from being able to imagine him we can only realize what he is not.

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So there's this emphasis on just we can just speak about what he is not we cannot really say anything positive about what theory and practice got to such an extreme that Mohammed S is some of the earlier writers who delve deeply into this kind of philosophy. One of them wrote that talking about Allah subhanho wa Taala, he is not in existence, is not in existence, nor is the last not in existence.

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How do you love your beliefs and shall are based on the promise and based on the understanding of the setup and delay you will have a very good understanding of Allah subhanaw taala that will make you inshallah come close to Allah subhana wa tada and worship Allah subhanaw taala in the proper way.

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So one of the things that we understand from this verse in the Quran is the fact that Allah subhanaw taala is angered

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the idea of not condemning anything, and the idea of hesitating to condemn evil and to hate evil, this is really a very

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humble one, it's a very weak or timid philosophy as one person call it, and it's very impractical.

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And especially with respect to morality, and with respect to ethics, as I said, it's impossible it will not be effective whatsoever.

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And this is in reality, this is not what Allah subhanho wa Taala has taught us.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala as we see here tells us there are people who have earned the anger or lust

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and if they have earned anger, Allah subhanho wa Taala, then they should also earn the anger of all of the believers.

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So now if you add this back to what you're seeing in the jar,

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is not just a movie, it is not just that you're describing a path that is displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala or that makes Alyssa with Allah angry, but it actually should be a path that also you yourself, are anchored within would never want to be from among those people.

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Because is the true Eman is in your hearts. Part of the truer human being in the heart of course, is that you will love for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and you will hate for the sake of Allah.

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The Prophet sesamum describing the Hadees with the strongest tie the man or the strongest bond of a man is having loyalty for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala disassociating others for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and having love and hope for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and having hatred for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala

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so when that true Eman is in your heart,

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then when you see something that is displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala it will affect you if

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you see something that is displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala it will affect you you will not be happy with.

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So if you see people who are following a path

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that is filled with shirt that is filled with COVID that is filled with disobeying Allah subhanho wa Taala can automatically automatically you're feeding fullness and $100 General can use the word jealousy or jealousy for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala or your honor for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala automatically this will lead you also to dislike and dislike those people are following the path.

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This is something first of all, it is not even something required by the Sharia. It's even something natural in the hearts of human beings.

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Human beings in general if they don't believe in something, and if they believe that something is wrong, and then they see people doing it. They develop a kind of hatred a kind of dislike for those people are doing the thing that they believe is wrong.

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So we believe that too.

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What is wrong is wrong and disobey Allah subhanaw taala is wrong.

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Even above the fact that they're displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala, who we believe that these things are truly wrong,

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then it's natural for us not to like those people who are doing these things.

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So we have the shittier command, and also it distros obviously, from our beliefs about these things, and our belief about Allah Subhana, WA Tada.

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And some of their discourse on certain particular episodes.

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If your heart is not recognized or accepted, like what is good, and rejects and repel evil, I mean, if you don't have that feeling in your heart, that this is good. And I like this, and I like the people who do this. And I want to be this way. And this is evil. And this is wrong. I don't like these things, and I don't like the people who do them. If you don't have that feeling in your heart, then as it should fit in your heart does get

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the heart is dead, it does not a hard to could possibly be filled with enough.

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Because there's no feelings in your heart, if you see a corporate ship, and it doesn't affect you at all.

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You don't care, okay, they're making kuroshio it's up to them as a man. And this means your heart is dead not to speak of having the love for Allah subhana wa tada that should move you to hate these things. But really, your heart is devoid of any of those emotions. And also if you do not have the feeling and the hatred for those things, also, this could be a sin on your part.

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The Profit System in different countries has made it clear to us that not having this kind of feeding in your hearts. Number one, it shows a lack of demand.

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And also, if you do not feel anything about the sin that you're seeing around you, it can also be a sin. And all the data will hold you responsible for that. The postal system said, You've got only left to appeal to a Philip b kinnaman shahida

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cannot come into lava and women of our line photophobia cannot come and say that.

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And it

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is a sin that is committed on the

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then the one who has witnessed it.

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And he tries to reject it or tries to change it or tries to if you can, then he is like someone who wasn't present. In other words, he's innocent of sin. And he's not responsible for what they do.

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But the one who wasn't there, yet is pleased with it. He is like the one who was present and did not object.

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So there has to be this feeling in your heart that if you see something wrong, you have to feel like you have to change it you have to at least at the bare minimum in your heart isn't the second half you forgot to mention

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if you're pleased with it.

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So this is always nice and on your practice always needs something wrong. And if you were not there, but you were pleased with if you like the thing that was going on.

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Even if you were not there, then you will be considered like the one who was present and was pleased with it and to not reject.

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The prophet SAW Selim said,

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When Rahman COVID Quran for a row, he plainly mistook it for the discerning Greenland's to pay for the country he was ready to adopt.

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The procession said that whoever among us sees a monk or an evil, he should change it with his hand. And if he's not able to, then he should change it with his tongue. And then if he's not able to change it with his heart, and that is the slightest effects of him and the slightest implication of him. If you cannot tinker with your hand, and you cannot change it with your tongue, at the very least, there has to be this feeling in your heart that you can.

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And unfortunately, as we're, as we're aware of many times,

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we get into a situation where there's so much evil around us, and we don't have the ability to change.

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Actually, I believe in the spirit also, he referred to this time occurred. He said to those who live among you will see evil, and he will not be able to do anything about it. Other than having Allah know that he hates

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that is the bare minimum.

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You may be in a situation you see the evil, you wish you could change it. Basically, when you have that hatred in your heart. You're like, you wish you could change it.

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But you cannot, you don't have the ability to change it. If you tried to change it, it will lead to more harm than good. And that's the basic principle. If trying to change it needs more harm than good, then you have not done anything good. So that is when you're not responsible for change.

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But at the bare minimum, you have to have that hatred in your heart for you, but we wish that you could change it. So that all of a sudden, what God knows that in your hearts, you wish you could change it, you're not approving of it, you're not accepting it.

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And this is part of our event. And when we recite the suit over and over again, reminding ourselves that this is actually part of it RMA. Because what does it mean?

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This is bringing up this principle, that there's ways of life, and there's people who are doing actions that are displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala. And so therefore, they have earned the Wrath of Allah subhana wa Tada. And so therefore, it's his obligation to be angered and to be displeased with him.

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So there is such a thing as good anger.

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Those people will say, God is love and all that and you know, we hate the sin, but we love the sinner and all that there is definitely such a thing as good.

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Unfortunately, many Muslims, they fall into the trap of what is respected and listened to with respect to non Muslims. And when they see people violating the law,

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they become very compassionate and forgiving us, okay, and it doesn't bring up any anger in the heart really see something comes up in the mouth, which goes against the similar bone system, or goes against the Quran, or when their friends among the kuffaar do things which are shurkin Cooper, and this will bring Allah subhanaw taala. For those who don't get any.

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Further, if they feel like someone has done something wrong to them, or didn't treat them as nicely as they wanted them to treat them, then they get angry.

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So their anger is the personal based on a personal feeling.

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It is not based on work to listen to what God has taught us.

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And also this anger here that we're referring to. This is based on the theory of principles. And there's limits to it, we have to make sure that we don't go beyond those limits. We cannot let for example, our our hatred for people or We cannot let any realisation that they are on the wrong path, treat them improperly according to the Sharia.

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Even our enemies and even in Jihad and even in battle, there are rules of the Sharia, we have to make sure that we apply them.

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If we don't if we go beyond that, that's one of the forms and schemas.

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And that's one of the problems that we're facing nowadays, with Muslims don't realize what are the limits of our behavior, even if we believe that certain people are

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our behavior shows them has to be based on the city and cannot go beyond the limits of the city.

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In other words, this idea that there is some anger, which is divinely justified and correct.

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This is not something by the way, just among the Muslims, but even even among the Christians, for example, there's discussion about this kind of thing. And so therefore, they discuss, like, what is the just war and things of that nature.

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But just to give you an example, from their writings is someone very famous in Christian history. His name is St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas Aquinas was this is one of the greatest scholars in history, Christianity. He was talking about the word anger. And he was kind of complaining, I guess you could say that there is no term for there's no positive way to say anger.

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You say that someone's angry. And English course he was not writing in English. But if you say that someone's angry in general, there's no positive term for anger. Anger usually has kind of a negative connotation to it.

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So he was trying to argue we don't have a term for but there's definitely praiseworthy angry.

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And then he quoted another Christian scholar who said that he was not angry when there is cause for anger since

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this is a Christian thing.

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You must understand this. He was not angry when there's cause for anger since and why is that because anger looks to the good of justice. And if you can live among injustice, and not be angry, then you are sinning and you are unjust.

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If you can live among and justice and not be angry, then you are sinning and you are unjust.

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This is this is from a Christian score, but actually the principle that you think is good.

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The last part if you don't agree with he said that if you have a lack of anger, he said this is a sin and you should go confess to the Father.

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So so all the data is telling us about

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him and just the bringing up of this concept reminds us of the fact that you have to love for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala we have to hate for the sake of Allah.

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So immediately as soon as we say goodbye to him, in our hearts, we realize, first of all, obviously, this is a path that we don't want to follow. Because we are

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and who wants to follow faster, which is the path of those people who receive anger and wrath.

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So one of the strong feelings is that you don't want to follow that path. And we're pleading folders men with data to guide us to the straight path those who invest and love The path of those people.

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And secondly, also immediately we should have the feeling in our hearts that this people should be disliked, not just by Allah subhana wa Tada, but also should be disliked to us.

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And the more you have that feeling in your heart, the more their path will be just like to and we're angry.

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And the more is disliked you, the less likely you are to fall into the trap of falling, and taking them as an example. And later inshallah, we'll talk about a case where people often taken particularly mobile VR images

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and posted them as an example.

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How could they be

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causing Allah subhanaw taala to be angry and causing us to be angry? And then we turn to them and look to them as an example say, well, maybe we should do things the way they do.

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So here are listening to what God is describing these two groups, the Mongolian and a Berlin and Allah subhana wa tada first mentions Alok Duvalier.

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Also the other might have tried to see what are some of the possible reasons

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that Allison had to look, I may have mentioned them first.

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And as we said in the video that we recorded that the Mughal era or the Jews in the guardian of the Masada

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so one of the explanations given by some of them

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is that the Jews came first chronologically, historically, Jews are first of all mentioned that group first. And then the other group, that's probably not strong, doesn't sound like the strongest explanation. Another reason given is that the Jews in particular, were closer in proximity and dealt more with the Polish person. And so therefore, their situation was much more relevant to the Muslims than it was the Christians.

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So for example, the Jews lived in Medina, the Jews interacted quite often with the Muslims. So therefore, the relationship between them and the Jews had to be something very clear in their minds. So this was mentioned by Allah subhanaw taala. First.

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However, probably the strongest argument and the one that is actually mentioned by

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most of the scholars that I've seen,

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is the fact that the case of the Jews and the acts that they were committing

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something much stronger,

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much more harmful than the way of the Christians. So we'll talk about shortly inshallah, first, we're going to talk about each group separately, and then we're going to compare them and see what's the difference between them. And what are some of the principles that we can get from these two examples that the professor phenom has pointed out. So and moldoveanu him audition cases as we said stronger, it's more important for us to realize them and to highlight them first, then the case of the ball and inshallah, when we are done with our discussion of the two groups, I believe that will be clear to us.

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Now, Allah subhanho wa Taala has referred to these people as Mundo Valley.

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And this is a title that will stick to them until the day of judgment.

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People who are reading the Quran have been around for 1400 years.

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And even if you're not a Muslim and don't believe in the Quran, I believe inshallah Muslims will continue to be here we know from the text, what will be the history of Islam. So this title is going to follow these people all the way until the digit

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so the obvious question that should come to everybody's mind

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is what in the world did they do? I'm going to put in the English manipulator

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more than the world that they do to deserve this title.

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It will be stuck with them and be upon them on to the desert.

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I mean, this is a very humiliating title but they have earned the wrath of Elon

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Musk considered natural ask himself you know what in the world these people do. The put them in such a situation that will listen I know what data refers to them in his book, but not just your first film in his book, but the first to them in this

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You are and in this surah that he has told the believers to repeat over and over again until the digit

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so what have they done?

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Mainly shala speak about what are some of the things that are mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah of the process of them that they have. And by the way, just because we are talking about them as two groups and moldoveanu him and Oberlin, that does not mean that they are not bullying. And this does not mean that bullying are not Machiavellian.

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This is the prominent characteristic that we're discussing.

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Because, for example, the Jews are my Buddha him and they also boiling

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and it is straight from the past. And that is one of the reasons why they are millgrinding. Now they have done more than that,

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to earn themselves this titled moldoveanu. In other words, they have done more than just straying from the path that makes them be specifically referred to as those people who have earned the Wrath of Allah.

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But at the same time there are balling In fact, in one verse in the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala refers to the Jews and it's a reference to the Jews in particular, Allah subhana wa tada says, I'm pretty Duna and

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Illa Muslim in common.

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Probably many of us have been. And if you want to ask of your messenger like they asked the Muslim beforehand, and the one who changes or in exchange for a month goes to COVID has strayed away from the street. So there are volumes and also all the blogging are also motto meaning if you stray from the straight path, in general, we can talk about one exception about that later. But in general, if you are you can say if someone intentionally follows the path that puts him in this category of blogging, he is also hurting the left will.

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So both groups so the Jews are Allium that is their predominant feature, the dominant characteristic that almost random what God is bringing up here, but obviously at the same time they are balling. That's all the coupons we spoke about yesterday, which again the coupon policy is the atheists of the mob is Dr. McDougal him and also bogging. But these two groups here are being mentioned by the policies that are referred to by all this kind of data for specific reasons. And they are being referred to buy the characteristic which is most dominant in them. For us to get a lesson from the

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main point is obviously our guidance. So how can we get the most guidance from the seller is by the way Allah subhanaw taala

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describing them as moldoveanu him and describing the Christians as barley.

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Now in other places in the Koran also listen how nakada refers to the fact that I think I read one and

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all of a sudden Ricardo refers to the fact that the anger will the sentiment that is upon the Jews. So this is not just the pope associate an explanation of this verse, but also other places. You can find it Allah subhanaw taala speaks about the Jews then having the anger will listen to what Donna

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and I said just a little while ago, I read one verse of that example, that nature, but there are also other verses in which Allah subhana wa tada speaks about his anger being reformed the Jews, the one vs Erykah Badu will be loving.

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fill the bucket up with 90 that they are persistent in living in wrath upon wrath. And also let's handle without us is about them. We'll go to battalion mobility will mosqueda to Roboto the loving little love this humiliation and disgrace has been forced upon them, and they live under the rap from Alyson O'Connor.

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So it's not just the polycephalum mentioning that this is a reference to the Jews here but as I said, throughout the Quran, you can find examples as an issue.

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And when you study the Quran, and you study the some of the pharmacists in them and you see the examples where Allah subhana wa tada mentions that the Jews have received angles and Ocado where they have been crushed by Allah subhanho wa Taala. or anger also suffered suffered the law in the angle of the sun or to Allah or w below on him. And you can find many different places in which alisson hundreds Allah refers to this.

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So we look at different places or we can see 22 different kinds of acts that they have done, which have brought upon them the wrath, the anger of Alicia doll or the curse of a little

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And I'll mention the person and I was just to discuss a couple obviously I don't want this to turn into a lecture of Judaism and over different aspects of Judaism or, or even a lecture on Venezuela. This is important. It's an important topic to study work Allah subhanho wa Taala says about bunnies, right? Because there are many important lessons for us. And those passages obviously, in the Quran. But we find disbelief in the signs of Allah subhanaw taala can call it disbelief in the revelation from Allah subhanaw taala. Believing in Egypt he was covered and he was covered. Basically, you can define us as anything which is worshipped other than Allah subhanaw taala obeyed other than Allah

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subhanho wa Taala or given the kind of sanctity or treated in the kind of holiness as Alicia Howard Tada, she'd be treated, whether it's his idols of fortune tellers or shift on or any chemicals guys is a kind of general terms. But Allah subhanaw taala refers to the Jews as believing in our number three discarding the book also Haleakala and following the devil's and discarding the book of Allah subhanaw taala, putting it behind them and following the devil's

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taking their rabbis as long as other than Allah subhanaw taala.

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And by the way, if you're familiar with the history of Judaism, this is probably one of the most important aspects because nowadays, most of what Judaism is validated, is what they call rabbinical Judaism, which relies on the teachings of the rabbis rather than scripture. So this is really a point that is very much a description of what the Jews are about, especially nowadays. Number five, not actually upon what they know.

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Next, following their desires instead of following the truth, and not earning good enough eradicating evil

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embrace, not judging by what Allah has revealed. Number nine, distorting the words of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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Number 10, worshiping the cow

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number 11. conceding the testimony of a law and rejecting the messenger ship of Mohammed.

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Number 12. devouring welcome forbidden means

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apply for good meetings.

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Number 13 forging lives against Allah.

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Such as saying that they are the children and the Beloved of Allah and saying that they have no responsibility or no, the Gentiles have no rights upon them, saying that the Hellfire will only touch them for a few days. These are all quotes from them that you'll find in the Quran, and our reasons for which they burn dangle this kind of data. 14 violating the pact with a line is covenant.

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This includes the pact to abide by the Quran. The pact to worship Allah alone, the covenant not to kill or kill the brethren. The covenants are the pact to make the coming of the Messenger of Allah clear.

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And number 15

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due to their being ungrateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala for Allah subhanho wa Taala bless them by having the wrong attitude and behavior towards little listen to Allah gave them

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and we'll give an example of this about how they behave towards Allah subhanaw taala. After all the time with God saved them from the round.

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Number 16 distinguishing between Allah and His messengers and align His angels

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distinguishing between them. Of course here I'm referring to something directly in the Quran. What we mean by that is that instead of accepting the fact that when you say you believe in Allah, this means then that you have to believe in all the messages that are sent. And you have to believe in have more control the angels. Instead, they they distinguish between their belief in God and their belief in the prophets and allow themselves to choose which of the prophets they're going to believe in, allow themselves to choose which of the angels they're going to have respect and love for. So,

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as I said, this is directly from the Quran surah verses 150 to 151 17, directly disobeying the prophets, starting with loose themselves and with others,

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are trying their best not to obey the prophets. That is when it came to sacrificing the cow. The story in the book about how they tried their best to get around that. And Allah subhanaw taala describes it, and they almost did not do it. Or when the Prophet Musa gave them the order to enter the sacred land, and they said, oh, they're mighty people in this and we're not contented alone. So for this was correctly dissipated. Officers at their false accusations concerning Jesus is alleged to them and claiming that they had children.

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Number 19 is

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Playing a certain profits, such as Yahoo was known in the West, john the baptist,

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number 20, violating the Sabbath.

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Number 21, taking the path of animals which was forbidden for them, to use and to consume and selling them, and profiting from the type of animals

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and number 22,

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taking the graves of their prophets as places of worship.

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So if you read the verses of the Quran and you read the Hadith, which are related to all of these different kinds of acts on their part, you will see that these have all been separate causes for them to receive the anger and the wrath, and the curse of Alicia Hannah with data, as well as the curse of angels and the prophets, and all of mankind all those who have the right to curse.

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As I said, it's not my intention to discuss each and every one of them. But that will take a couple of examples that makes prominent they're receiving the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala.

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The most obvious one, as we said, is the disbelief in Alessandro sada denying the signs of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And I'm just going to listen to what God says. The verses I begin to read earlier, we did about a modal Machina to above or below the middle not that it can be unknown can be it left

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in the beginning,

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that it could be in the house over can we get to

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Allah subhanaw taala says in Proverbs 16

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was no no Dallas's and they were covered with humiliation and misery. And they grew on themselves the Wrath of Allah. That is because they used to just believe in the science of the revelations of Allah and killed the prophets wrongfully. That was because the first continues that was because they disobeyed and used to transgress the bounds.

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And they disobedience to listen anytime. So all of these are causes for having that anger and wrath of Allah subhanaw taala and the fact that Allah subhanaw taala covered them and you should know

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another thing that Alyssa had with God, oh, first of all, first and foremost to them, is believing in part of the book and just believing in

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Allah subhana wa tada and the passage, longer passage refers to them and referring to their which will happen to them and listening to this episode. Regardless, you tell me what to put on and be about to imagine me apologetic and equal to hierarchy Julia

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Junaid de la de la blah.

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Allah subhana wa tada says, Then do you believe in a part of the Scripture and reject the rest? In what is the compass of those who do so among you except disgrace in the life of this world. And on the Day of Resurrection, they will be consigned to the most Buddhist term. And Allah is not unaware of what you do.

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And as I said, the case of Bani Israel, is very meaningful to us, we should get lots of lessons from them. And this part here will listen to what God is saying you believe in part of the book and reject part of the book. This is something important for us.

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Because many of the movements that are existing nowadays that are trying to bring about a new Islam is really of this nature. We're going to accept part of the book and we're going to reject part of the book. We're going to believe in this and say that this is correct. And then we're going to reject this and say that this is no longer correct or whatever, however they want to say, but in essence, we are doing what Alyssa Hannah wakad is warning about. And just

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as I said there are many places in which Allah subhanaw taala discusses these aspects, I want to highlight just one store one incident from the case of the Jews.

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And this is an incident that Allah subhanaw taala discusses in different places in the Quran, and particularly in sort of the lockean sort of bar. And just for the sake of time, let me just kind of give you a general summary of the story. As we know from the Quran,

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when the Israelites were in Egypt, they were living under the Pharaoh and they were living under very difficult circumstances. Federal was very oppressive to them. In fact, Allah subhanaw taala saved them from the Pharaoh.

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But when they were living in Egypt and living amongst the Pharaoh and the Egyptian people,

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they were affected by the cover and the idol worship of those people in that land.

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So let's handle a Kyla. We're talking about saving them from the crown. Allah subhanaw taala says, Wait Angelina pulmonaria Crowne

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Plaza de Luna dinero como esta.

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Okay daddy coo Bella on the rub the Kumari metallic speaking about their days under the fear around Allah subhanho wa Taala says and remember when we rescued you from Pharaohs, people who are flicking you with the worst traumas, killing yourselves, and letting your women live. And then that was a great trial from your learning.

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So after all listening to what God has saved him from the Pharaoh,

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and the Prophet masala sit down is teaching them about tawheed and freeing them from the Cooper and idolatry that existed in Egypt.

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They've just been saved by Allah subhanho wa Taala. And they come across the people who are worshipping idols.

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And this is what is in their hearts, even musante said, I'm just making clear to them how they should behave. They turned to Muslims, and I'm seeing these people worship idols, and there are small surveys for them to make for them. And I don't like what those people have.

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This is right after all, this data saved them from

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all the time without recount the story, and send us a lot off. So let's head on without approval, Joe was nobody said

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know him,

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as your mentor,

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or listen to a guy that just saved them by making them cross the sea, and they come upon the people who are devoted to some idols in worship. And they think to Moses, make for us, a God and His people have been so musasa themselves and Pauline.

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You are people who are ignorant and then explain to them that these people will be destroyed for that which they are wishing for the site of worship, and all that they're doing is in vain.

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The moosari set up for them in the How will I look about he will bark you don't McHenry, I'm alone, and it will be destroyed what they're doing. And what they're doing is in vain. Carla, I believe Ilaha from galuppo madelon amine. And then Moosa says to them directly, do you want any love of God other than Allah subhanaw taala while he's giving you the superiority over mankind.

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And then, shortly after that Moosa leads

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me to the lesson Henrik island to worship Allah subhanaw taala. And while Moosa is gone, he leaves huddled in his place, who is also a prophet of God,

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as we call him the rest.

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And while most has gone after this speaking for masani for them, and while one is in the midst,

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they turn to worship the golden calf to think that the cemetery needs.

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I don't want to try to stop them. And no, this is describing the foot on her own face and stuff, and then they practically kill him over.

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So he stops in his efforts, and he's afraid of the effect that he's going to have on bunnies.

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And he tries to stop and they say that you will not stop worshipping this cat until Sally comes back. And then I'm sure you're familiar with the story, Melissa comes back and finds him doing what they're doing. He gets upset for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. Again, this is anger for the sake of homeless men or God, when he sees them doing what they're doing. He causes his brother to count out on and ask him why he didn't suffer. And Adam explains that. They tried to stop them, but they overpower him. And this weekend, we're about to kill them. And so

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and you think about the story a little bit more. And look what's going on here.

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That Israel did not even have just one puppet among them. They actually had to process because it was also probably shouldn't have more sun how Moosa teaches them. Once they come out of Egypt, Moosa teaches them that this idol worship that these people are doing is going to lead to their destruction. And it's all in vain.

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And then how to own also while they try to worship the cat

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tries to stop them.

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Now, this is something kind of unbelievable, because here you have the purpose in your midst. And they are saying that these are prophets, and we believe in these prophets. You have the prophets in your midst telling you, this is wrong, don't do it. This will lead to a disruption.

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And yet they do it anyway.

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I mean, could there be any clear sign or clear way of giving them the truth except when the puppet himself is there among them?

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You know, can you imagine the problem how much I'll tell him selling his Sahaba to do something

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in the opposite province, I said I'm telling them to abstain from something. And this if they do this

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This would lead to the destruction. Could you imagine the father going out and doing it? I mean, what kind of person does it take? And what kind of behavior does it take to get in front of the province?

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The one who you say you believe in, and this is a messenger from God, and he's giving you teachings from God, in search of a property yourself, you commit shift. And

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so this shows you that there is, there is an attitude here. There's an arrogance towards Allah subhanaw taala, there's an overriding will to follow the desire, no matter how clear the truth is in front of them.

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They know the truth. They know what Moosa told them. They know what cuddle is telling them, they know the truth, there's no excuse.

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They cannot claim that it was something that they ignore that, you know, they didn't realize that they shouldn't be doing it, but they knew definitively.

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Moosa had already thought about that heroin is in their presence killing the muscle. And yet they still do it.

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With respect to all the scientific data, what would you call? How would you describe people like that there are people who deserve the wrath or

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they are deserving to be the movie.

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This is what they have bought that we talked about. This is an impersonal or the passive, this is what they have brought upon themselves.

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And that is one when we talk about their features, that is one of their features. The truth is clear to them. They don't care.

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The following their way, in these other examples that I mentioned, if you look at them closely see this attitude from them over and over again. And in fact, if you read their books, you see this arrogance towards the listener with data throughout their books. And in fact, some contemporary writers writing about the Jews, and the teachings of the taboos and so forth. They say this is a self worship, it is a worship of men, instead of a worship of God.

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And in fact, there's one incident in the ceremony in which there was supposedly a dispute between God and the Jewish rabbis and Jewish scores. So there was a debate between God and these rabbis and they could not come to a resolution. So they decided to refer the matter to one of the rabbi's. So I guess he's the scholar is not technically speaking, rabbis is different. So they referred the matter to one of their rabbis. And when that Rabbi made his decision, God was forced to admit that he was a mistake.

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He was mistaken. And in

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fact, brother had he told me recently, he was watching a program about the tsunami, and different religious groups, and he was a rabbi. The rabbi said that if God did this, tell us about the tsunami. If God did this, then we have to fight.

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This kind of attitude just kind of flows from what you see about them in the plant. And by the way, don't think that this is the pub homicides, I'm speaking about them in this way. And this is some kind of anti Jewish propaganda.

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Because these same things, many of these stories, and I didn't have the time to identify all of them, but many of the same things, you can find them in the Bible itself.

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And you can even find them much harsher sometimes in the Bible. So for example, the story of worshiping the cow. You can find it in the Bible.

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But it's amazing how even how their prophets even their profits. Now I'm speaking from a secular point of view, it's amazing that Muslims have you have to rescue their own profits from what they say about them. Because in the story in the Bible, in Exodus, chapter 32, verses one through six, and that story, it says, huddling will make the golden calf.

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First they were here they were told by God, to steal the jewels, the gold and the jewelry from the Egyptians, and then and then heroine according to this story, makes this cap for them and then they worship this cap. So they, they put the blame on how to do it.

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And then Moosa comes and Season Two fees gets

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between 100 left in the Quran, that was not the case. It was not heroin, heroin was trying to stop them. He was the prophet in them, it's trying to stop them.

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The Quran, for example, talks about their claim that they they boast about the fact that they claim that they killed Jesus, you'll find this look around. Because now, somehow there's convinced many Christians that they were not involved in the killing of Jesus. But if you if you go to Israel, schatzberg Jewish history in Jewish religion, the way for 3000 years, he says, according to the Talmud,

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and he's familiar with the terminal. According to the terminal Jesus was executed by a proper rabbinical court for idolatry, inciting other Jews to idolatry and contempt the rabbinical

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authority. All classical Jewish sources, which mentioned his execution are quite happy to take responsibility for.

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And in the Talmudic account, the Romans are not even mentioned.

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And then the demo goes on and says that Jesus punishment in * is to be immersed in boiling excrement. So these things that Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned in the Quran. And it's not some accusations about the Jews. If you read the Old Testament, if you read the books of the prophets, how they speak about the Jews and basically giving up on those people because of their intentions to Allah subhana wa Tada. This is something clear. So it's not something that we are thinking about them even in their books.

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Now, what is the lesson that we should get from them and what is the point that we should get from them and these incidents and the reference to

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that will have to be from extension because our time is up

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