Mohammad Elshinawy – Tafsir Surah Kahf – Musa (AS) & Khidr (AS) #02

Mohammad Elshinawy
AI: Summary © -- The transcript discusses the history of the Quran and Sunless LKF, including a brief interview by a speaker and a discussion of a man named Alehissalaam, a servant of God and a woman named Tina who gave him mercy. The segment also touches on the importance of mercy and pride in Islam, as it is more important than knowledge. The speakers discuss various examples of animals and people using their knowledge to make mistakes, and the use of force in disputes and practical knowledge in improving chances of success. The transcript also describes a group of characters who refuse to give food or drink to anyone despite being asked for it, and the group struggles to express frustration and confusion but eventually they agree to give food and drink to everyone.
AI: Transcript ©
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We welcome everyone back to our study of the Quran and Sunnah LKF in particular, and specifically the story of Musa alayhis salam al Qadir Alaihe Salam.

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And we ask Allah Who by it to purify our hearts and to illuminate our minds and to beautify our journey to him and enable us to properly stand before him on the last day alone, I mean,

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okay, so we left off last week with Musa alayhis salam and USIA.

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Alehissalaam tracing back their steps to the appointed location place where the fish took off, where they would meet Alhaji Rolla he set up and that puts us at this ayah Allah azza wa jal says at that location.

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What Jeddah ibid Amin a ballerina, so they found a servant of ours from one of our servants, Tina who Rama 10 Min Rendina that we granted him a special mercy from Us. Were alumna who mean Laguna Rima, and we taught him or enlightened him with knowledge of our own special knowledge.

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And so this is a Hadith Alehissalaam.

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before we discuss his name, Al Hodder, let us address or reflect on him being called here, a servant of ours, one of our servants, this is the man that Musa alayhis salam is being sent to learn from the teacher of Moses himself, is still

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a servant of God. Right. And

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that should remind us all you know of the importance of humility, right? Like, don't get upset when people don't give you your fancy intros. And don't stand up for you and you enter the room or

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they don't venerate you because of your knowledge, or how much you know, or how intelligent you are think you are. If knowledge has not humbled you, then knowledge hasn't done anything for you, right? The end of the day, this great teacher, momentarily of Moses musalla, he said,

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is a servant of God. So that's a reminder to have humility, but also it is also a mention of his distinction. Because to be the servant of God is actually to be the most distinguished servant.

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In other words, we're all servants, we all serve a certain purpose, right?

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And so depending on the purpose, the end, the objective that you serve, is your value. And so is there a greater value in serving yourself or serving God, in serving this world, or serving Allah, in serving even others in this world are serving Allah subhanho wa taala. To serve Allah is the ultimate distinction it is glory, and to not serve Allah is the ultimate disgrace. That is why you know, in all the context of the Quran, when the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam was being distinguished, he wasn't called anything but I Bettina, our servant when Allah spoke about carrying him through the heavens and a mirage, the night journey, he says, I believe in an extra, he took him

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on the night journey, our servant, right, then we ascend it through the heavens with our servant, it was always our servant, when the context was veneration. It was because of your servitude to Allah, O Muhammad, that you were venerated.

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And so they he, Musa, alayhis, salam, and Yasha they find the servant of ours, that we granted a special mercy and taught them special knowledge.

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What does that mean? Many of the scholars are given the cathedra him I would love him to tell me and others, they said this meant he had

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to be a prophet, case closed, he must have been a prophet. Because Allah says we taught him from us something direct, something special, something confidential. It's not normal knowledge it is revelatory knowledge. And also because you know, later on in the story, he says, What am I found to do on me? I didn't do anything I did in this whole account in this whole adventure. On my own accord, God was dictating to me my steps.

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But what is the difference? Now we know what it means to be given special mercy and special knowledge it means prophethood most likely it has to mean prophethood

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what is the difference between those two now?

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Some scholars said Allah said we gave him mercy before Allah said we gave him now

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Knowledge, because mercy

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is more important than knowledge.

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You see, you can still be somewhat a good person so long as there's some mercy in your heart, right? You can still be a good person.

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And then when Allah grants you sacred knowledge, you can become one of the complete human beings as complete as a human being can be, you can reach higher ranks of human excellence. But if you have knowledge, just knowledge, even if you were to have sacred knowledge, but there is no mercy from Allah, then what happens?

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You don't really benefit yourself, nor do you benefit others, right?

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For Allah does not benefit you with that knowledge by His mercy, even that knowledge won't help you.

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Is that that is of the wisdoms, perhaps why we say before we read the most beneficial knowledge of the Quran, in the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, we're imploring him to have mercy on us so we can benefit from what's already the most beneficial thing out there. His words, still we're imploring Him for His Mercy Subhana, Allah, Allah and others also, if you don't act like merciful towards others, they really don't care what you have to say and how much you know, doesn't

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ally and run sort of around say to us, for Bhima Rama team in Allah, He didn't tell him what I couldn't have unbelievable Calvin and fragomen how thick it was only via mercy from Allah, that you were lenient with them. And had you been harsh, rough hearted?

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Or had you been callous, harsh hearted? They would have all left you and walked away. It doesn't matter how much knowledge you have, doesn't matter that you have the greatest scripture. Even Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, people would walk away from him where it's not for Allah placing that mercy in his heart. So to benefit yourself, you need the Mercy of Allah and to benefit others you need the Mercy of Allah. So mercy in that sense is more important than knowledge.

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Okay, so they said his name was unclouded Allah that is not actually his name. It was sort of what he was known as. And it comes from the word Allah, or Hydra.

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What's up

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green, right after his green.

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Hydra is greenery, vegetation or greenery, the green that comes out the ground. And they said he was called the Hadera. Because one of the blessings that Allah

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cause to follow him is that greenery would sprout wherever he settled.

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And so Musa alayhis salam and some of the the, the narrations. When they got to that location, they found him on the ground sleeping. And in the middle of that vast plane, they found him around him was grass basically, there was green under him. That's why he was known as uncluttered when he would go somewhere of the baraka that Allah cause to follow this man to distinguish him is that the greenery would follow him wherever he went. It would just spontaneously grow in his presence, what he came in contact with. That's why he was called 100. Of course, that doesn't mean he wasn't human. This is just a karma from Allah azza wa jal, right and honoring that Allah honored him with there

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are many superstitious

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tales said about them harder and harder is not at a Salam is not some supernatural figure. He's not some immortal who's still alive. Now some people believe this as well.

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He's not, you know, some people that try to push the doctrine of the wellI the saint or the man of God, being superior to the Nabhi, the prophet of God, they love to cling to a misinterpretation, right and an exaggeration of the story of a hadith. This is the most Allison was a prophet and a great prophet, but didn't have to listen to him and how they had his own track, right? No, no, no Musa alayhis salam was set to benefit sorry, only that's crystal clear. Right. And whoever doesn't think they can step outside of the Sharia for us right step outside of the Sharia of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam cannot be a Muslim clearly, because there is no dispute whatsoever that

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unlike the previous prophets, the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent to all of humanity. There is no such thing as like a sidetrack. It is enough that there is no secret path. Allah is more merciful than that. There are no cryptic messages that are contrary to our Sharia. Yes, does Allah disclose? Do we believe there are LDS out there? Of course we do. All of the believers are LDS. They're saints. In a sense, they're close to God. But the prophets are the top tier of the zodiac. So no one is superior to the prophets. And no one is allowed to undermine the teachings of the Prophet, let alone our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and so just

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wanted to establish that because of its misuse and we will revisit it later. We will revisit it later because the examples make it so clear.

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or that it is heretical. It will destroy the deen to actually try to follow that principle. There could be people out there like Al Hodder, who get their own inspiration. They don't actually need to follow the Prophet Muhammad SAW Salam, like just think about it now quickly, right he is allowed to kill people, right? Imagine someone says God told me he wants that guy dead.

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Are we supposed to accept this? Right? No way. So anyway allow there was a prophet sent to another nation that Musa alayhis salam was sent to learn some things from that's all.

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And so when they reached him that hadith I told you there's a hadith that complements the ayat say that they reached him. They found him and they walked up to him and they said As salam o aleikum,

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when they said to Al Hadith Salam aleikum, Al hadI was surprised. He said, What land are you from? For you to say? I said, I want a call.

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Because the salam aleikum is the hallmark of the believer. That's what we say. This is not you know, the Sharia of the Prophet Muhammad Salah has said it's not a cultural thing, right? You know, even there's an authentic hadith that mentions that when Allah first created either Ali Salam and then brought him to life, he said to him, you see over there, there's a group of Angel sitting, go tell them As salam o alaikum. And listen carefully to how they will respond to you. Because that will be your greeting, and your response between you and your descendants. This will be the greeting of the Muslims till the end of time. So he went and said to the angels of Salaam Alaikum, and they said

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back to him while they come Salam wa Rahmatullah. So he said to Allah did Salam Alaikum salam aleikum? Where are you from? How'd you know the phrase? And so he said to me said, Who are you? He said, I am Musa. He said Musa from Mendoza in Musa Venosa. He said, Yes, Musa from Vero is right here. Notice how there knows who Musa alayhis salam is, Musa alayhis salam overall, is superior. Because even if we're going to say that Al Hadid is a prophet, and it is pretty clear, he has to be a prophet, and the messenger and or a messenger, he's still not of the rank of Musa alayhis salam.

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And as part of the greater lesson of the story, and so he says, Yes, Musa Bennett was right, I got to come learn from you. Allah sends me to be your student.

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And that is the importance of direct learning. Remember, we said that he's the first one to ever travel to learn. You know, even in medicine today, they don't actually learn from books the entire time. You have to go shadow a physician, you have to go learn what you can't learn from book knowledge, right reality. Likewise, in spiritual medicine in spiritual cardiology, right, saving people's hearts and saving people's deen and educating them requires a great deal of hands on knowledge, practical knowledge, when you have a teacher that you can check your blind spots with a teacher to show you how to apply this. They say McKenna che who who keytab who kind of Hapa who

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experiments all over whoever shared because his book, The Times he's wrong will always be more than the times he's right. Because even if you're tearing through books, and even if you're memorizing things left and right, you may not realize that you're understanding it incorrectly, unless you have someone to sound your ideas off of to verify your understanding with and so he said to him, Yes, I'm from Venezuela and I'm here Allah said I gotta I gotta enlist in your program. Essentially.

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He says to him, Paula who Musa * at Debbie Roca Allah and to eliminate me marrow Linda Rocha. So Musa said to him, can I follow you?

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You know, Allah already told him go follow him. Right? But still, even though Allah instructed me to just as a matter of protocol, a matter of Edom

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Is now a good time. Can I follow you right now? Should I wait? Right? Shall I follow you? Then he says to him, shall I follow you? So that you may teach me

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so He placed himself as the student, he humbled himself? Me marrow limiter, from what you were taught, like you got a lot, I just want a little bit of it. And then he says, from what not what, you know, from what you were taught, he's trying to soften him up by saying, you know, it's all from Allah anyway, and share the love. Right? It is difficult, right? But that was the great edit of Musa alayhis salam.

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And when was the last time you did this, right. When was the last time you went to sit with someone that was less knowledgeable than you just to practice humility, many people can can muster up sort of the courage to practice physical humility like to do some laborers job that gets his hands dirty and get work. But intellectual humility sometimes a bit harder, right? To sit there like someone's student when by and large, you know way more than them till

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Learn from a child right to learn from a student and otherwise

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because that takes away from your, your status in front of others takes away from your recognition. Sophie nfld Actually to this point that I'll move past the eye and now, but he used to say, a mouth or a to Zubeida kala fishy in Minho, fairy Assa.

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I never saw giving up this dunya more scarce than in the category of leadership. What does he mean? He's like, there's lots of people out there that can give up the materialistic parts of this world, they eat less and dress simple and all that other stuff. But when it comes to being a follower and not a leader, they can't do that. Well, I can't do it.

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He says people have given up you know, the fitna of women in the fitna of money and if it's enough, but the fitna of Reesa of like, being recognized, being heard being obey that one's kind of tough. That's the hardest one. He says, it's the rarest to find that category of Zeus. And so he says that to harder and harder as the Hadith completes for us, says back to him, yes, sure, you can come along. And he said to him, he reciprocated in humility. He was humble like him. He said, Yes, I have knowledge that Allah has given me that he hasn't given you and you also are upon knowledge that Allah has given you that he hasn't given me

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he reciprocates in humility.

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But he says to him, but there's a problem.

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He says Carla in Nikola Tesla Liana, your savara The problem is, you're not gonna be able to handle it.

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Rolling with me is not easy, you're not gonna be able to handle it. So he wasn't rejecting him. He was sort of telling him, I just know I'm bracing you for impact, that you're not going to be able to handle what it takes to join me on my missions.

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Work a fantastic Bureau, Allah Allah to help be houbara. And how can you be patient like quickly, he's telling them you're not going to be able to many finds an excuse? Like, just it's like a warm, you know, cycle of Adam here. He says to him, and how can you I don't expect you to be patient, right? How can you be patient with something that is beyond your realm of knowledge.

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So he excuses him, and also reminds him that there's certain aspects that you don't know that will affect your patients. And that's a reality that strengthens your ability to persevere and have the most important to him.

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And this was the part I cut out of today's hold when I'll give it its own whole bunch. Allah is the knowledge of Allah, how he works, how he deals Subhan Allah to Allah, that is the most profound knowledge that innate can enable you to live between patients and gratitude, always to have understanding about him and family law. So 100 had certain understanding about Allah, that Allah did not give Musa and Allah did or would not be able to explain it upfront. So it's telling him since you don't have that, you're not going to be able to be patient.

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So Musa alayhis salam

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says to him, set edgy Duni in sha Allah Husaberg in sha Allah, you're gonna find me patient, I'm going to impress you in sha Allah, I'm going to impress you. I'm going to be patient. Well, I'll see you like camera and I will not disobey a single one of your orders.

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I will insha Allah be patient. What does that remind you of? Where is that elsewhere in the Quran?

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That was our youth who said in sha Allah, how the patient besides Musa Ali's center

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Okay, 25 years old and under.

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I gotta see some idea. I said 25 and under?

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not a Sally Sara. Sisters, who said in sha Allah, how the patient do what you got to do. And in sha Allah, Allah the patient?

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Yes, who said it?

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What do you say Say it louder?

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Is married Alison's father said to him, I see in my dream I have to slaughter you. What do you think he said do as you are commanded. He understood it was a command and he said insha Allah you'll find me patient. You see that the prophets and the prophets to be married Ali Salam wasn't a prophet yet. They understood

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the big difference between claiming something in the theoretical and then being able to live up to it. Right. They were just honest, they were frank. They knew their limits. They they knew their boundaries. You know the ARB say? Everybody's a

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everybody's a swimmer on the shore.

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I don't know if that exists in English as well. When you don't know how to swim, and we throw him in the way we throw him off the vote. It turns out he was lying. So it's his faulty drown. He told us he knew how to swim. Don't do this. But that's the idea, right? Everyone claims they can handle something till it actually comes their way. That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he uses a was lol real bah, bah, bah, bah, Oh Allah, I ask you for contentment after the decree has come to pass, right? Because you can't be content with something theoretical. But when the calamity comes your way, when the decree comes to pass, then we will really know who's content with Allah's

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decree, and who's the claimant. Right? One time, there was one of the worshipers that are bad in Islamic history, his name was sim noon. And he said, in a DUA, Oh Allah, I love you so much.

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You just no matter what you do to me, I will still love you.

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I will show you that I still love you. And so he went through a period where there was blockage in his urinary tract or whatnot, he couldn't urinate, he couldn't use the bathroom.

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And it was unbearable life became unbearable for him. And so he went to the scholars and asked them what do I do? And they say, Did you say anything? He just Allah, I told Allah, put me through whatever, I'll show you that I still love you.

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They said you shouldn't have said that. Why would you say that? Why would you ask to be challenged? Right and your love for Allah Zoa Jen, and they prescribed for him to go seek forgiveness through the children in the Quran circles because you know, their kids, so they're sinless, and they're busy with Quran and so it's the most blessed gatherings. And so he used to go around to them and say, Estelle Fierro Leon Mecum, sim noon, Al Khattab it's got two little kids and say seek forgiveness for your Uncle Sam noon, the liar. He claimed to be able to handle whatever is going to come his way.

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And so

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much Musa alayhis salam took his word and said, I'm signing up for it. And in sha Allah, you're going to find the patient in sha Allah, He will find the patient

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pada for any type of attorney for lettuce and Nyan che in his or her data, like I mean with a crop. So how they responded back to him and said, okay, then if you choose to follow me, here's my condition. Don't question me about anything until I myself initiate this, I initiate for you some explanation about it, some clarification regarding it. Wait till I tell you. And this is also of the idea of seeking knowledge, you got to be aware of premature questions, you know, like if some people feel like they deserve the answer. And this comes up a lot in the issue of doubts about Islam and what does this mean exactly? What does that mean exactly? You

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someone in kindergarten doesn't deserve an answer to a PhD question because they can't understand it. It could actually hurt them right? To give them something that's over their heads right? So he's telling them don't ask all the side when you get an explanation. He's telling him this.

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And then they move on. From Bala ca. Had the Iraqi birth is Safina T HA HA HA HA HA Rakata. The two three Allaha laka digit the CHE and Imran so they set out from talakad They took off

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until they boarded a ship.

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The man caught off AHA he punctured a hole in the ship. So there's actually a lot in the Hadith about this moment of the story. It says the ship pulls up of like fishermen basically

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and they offer the tool him a free ride. So I'm hop on. Can we get on? Yeah, sure come right on, and they offer them a free ride.

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And as they're they're on the ship, a bird swoops in as Musa alayhis salam how they're standing there and the ship is sailing off, a bird swoops in and pecks twice into the water. And I may have mentioned to you last week, this is why some of the scholars said that this was not too salty seas, it could have been a sea in a river because if the bird is drinking, if it wasn't dipping for fish, it was actually taking water, then they're not going to be drinking saltwater. So at least one of the two bodies of water was freshwater. So but when the bird took these two sips of water, Al harder, told Mussolini Serrano's the first lesson about knowledge. He said to him, you see that

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bird? All that I know and all that you know, my knowledge and your knowledge combined. There's not the take away anything does not account for anything from the knowledge of Allah, except in the same way that this bird took from this river. It's nothing

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it took nothing away from the river took nothing away from the sea. Likewise, our knowledge, whatever we may come across me and you combine the two most knowledgeable men on earth perhaps is nothing compared to the knowledge of Allah.

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And then after they're in the sea, he goes downstairs

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and he takes out an axe.

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And he punctures the boat from the bottom. What's the bottom called? Again? The whole, the whole of the ship? The whole right the helm is the top front, right? Think the whole nobody knows that I can trick you guys. No, no, no, no, is it the whole thing is called the hull of the ship. The bottom half that's in contact with the water, he punctures it, he makes a hole and water begins to flow in. And this of course is risky. Because if enough water gets in before they realize what the before they plug it, the ship gets too heavy and it sinks. And so Musa he said um, he has to jump in. He protests the objects. He's like a Hanukkah or you're puncturing this. So as people can drown, how

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could you and the people are going to drown. Notice by the way, he didn't say we're going to die. He said they're going to drown. This is the mentality of the prophets always thinking about people first, right?

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And also, these are nice people. They just gave us a free ride. Like it's not you repay the gift, you puncture their ship.

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And so his sense of justice, you know, Musa alayhis salam, his sense of justice was massive. This is why he had to run from Egypt, right? Because he was defending the Israelites who turned out to be troublemakers against the man who was starting fights with them or engaging them in it, who was abusing them. And so his sense of justice flared, he forgot about his promise. And he said, What are you doing? You're puncturing the ship, these people can drown. This is a horrible thing you've done.

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And he expressed his concern once again for them, not for himself. And so I'll have access to him. Lm apple in Nikola Tesla, Dr. Maya Savera. Didn't I say you're not gonna be able to put up with me?

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Didn't I say my missions are beyond you.

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So what's gonna happen here?

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How is Musa alayhis salam going to respond? He says lead to active NAB man a seat. Don't hold me accountable. Because I forgot. Don't hold me accountable for something that I forgot. It's human nature. I forget. Cut me a break. Right? Well, I don't help Lehman Emery or Sora. And so don't hold me.

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Don't punish me for this right. Don't hold this against me.

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By the way, you remember when you shot forgot to fish? What did he say?

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He said shaitan made you forget. Here Musa alayhis salam said shaitan made me forget. He said I forgot. So he took more ownership. Then you shall write he took more responsibility. He did the better thing. It's my mistake.

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Oh, who was nicer? Who was gentler? Musa alayhis salam with fuchsia when he forgot. Or Aloha there Alehissalaam with Musa La Silla when he forgot.

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Another comparison worth stopping at?

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Who Musa lesson was gentler. What did he say?

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He says don't hold it against me. I forgot my fault. I don't hold it against me. And so the story continues from talakad they continue going had either left the Golem and fell patella. So they go a proceed until they come across a whole lamb. A young boy lamb could could stretch more than just a young boy but the narrations mentioned that he was a young boy. And then this man held it kills him. Like he's just saying I'm really sorry. Don't hold it against me take it easy on me cut me some slack. You know it's my first mistake has just as he's apologized and they move on. And they say well how that goes to this young boy and disruptions head off.

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In front of Musa alayhis salaam of all people, right? That sense of justice again, he rips his head off.

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And so Musa alayhis salam says a consultative sense that he hasn't been laid enough so like how could you kill this innocent souls pure soul that has never committed a sin?

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Who killed no one? You've done something horrible che and no Quran? This is clear. monka this can't have another explanation. There's good and there's evil and this one with flying colors mix the eager evil category. It has to be evil.

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And so he says to him, call it LM Alko lega in Nagaland, testator Jana sobre. They didn't I say to you, you will not be able to be patient with me.

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What's the difference between this one this reprimand and the reprimand before it

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they should have made

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yeah, this one is more direct. Look, pay attention, Whoever didn't catch it. This is the earlier one. Didn't I say? Didn't I say? So? It's as if he's not even facing him. He could be like moving on. Told you not gonna be patient and he keeps going, right? This one it says, didn't I say to you, the first one didn't have to you, you got that? It's as if Hold on. Was I talking anybody with you? Is instructions were for who exactly? I told you, you will not be patient with me. What's so hard to understand about the frustration is building from that just additional word you look at the beauty of the Quran and the nuance of the Quran. Those two letters add so much to the tone, right? The

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escalation of the emotion that's happening here.

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And so Musa alayhis salam says INCEL to kanshi in bada Fela to saw heavenly forever ask you about anything else. He trying to tell him Listen, I've done a horrible job. It's clear Fair's fair. I'm adding a condition to this contract. If I ask you about anything else, fella to saw happening don't hang out with me anymore. We're not friends anymore. It's okay. You know you've been more than patient with me

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but develop them in duniya Rudra for by then you would have given me enough of an excuse. He didn't say I forgot it. Just listen.

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One more chance after that you know we parted ways

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and so

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from talakad they continue on their journey how either at a hella Korea until they arrive at a people the first encounter of people in a town is still for Imam Lucha the ask for food from its people. You know, there's a little bit of redundancy or repetition here in this idea. And the scholars actually caught this they said why didn't the ISA

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they arrived at a people in a town and asked them for food. It says they arrived at a people have a town and they asked its people again, people and people. What's the point?

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What is the emphasis here for?

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They said, it's as if the ayah is expressing that Musa alayhis salam and Al Hadid Alehissalaam asked every last person, the entire town for food, they were starving by that point. They had no money, they had no food. And so they ask them for food forever. And all of them refuse to give them food. But it doesn't say refuse to give them food. It is Ebow and You're the fool who refuse to give them any hospitality. So it's not even like Sorry, no food. Here's a drink or sorry, no food. But hey, you can sit under that tree. They basically told them no food, no drink, no sleep over, get out. All of them. There's like a low Phaedra. In other words, all this emphasis is highlighting how stingy

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that entire town was how greedy that entire town was. Is that clear? That's what saying the people and they asked the people anything, every last one of them and they refuse to host them in any way.

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You know also when you're asking for food, it's not like you're asking for money. When he asked for money Allahu Allah were you like, you know, saving up hoarding great, maybe you're not when you when you when you

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are asking for food, it's pretty clear that it's a very sincere ask. Right? So they're asking for food, nothing else. And they said you're not getting food or anything else at all. And they go from person to person, they're all telling them scram out of our town. So on their way out of the town, they find a wall ready to collapse. What do you doubt on you read on young cop, cracked wall or leaning wall it was obvious that it was going to collapse

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for our karma, who and so he heard the rally Salem, He restores the wall, he repairs it however he does that. He restores the wall. And so Musa alayhis salam says

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you know the translation here says Musa protested like he objected but it's unclear really if you objected or not. Allah knows best. It is as he said he could have even said it under his breath. He could have said it just to himself at this point. Alana was Was he said

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lotion della dally he Agera you know if you wanted you could have taken some payments for this

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and so I'll Harada his Salam says sermon will stop here. All I had that for Albania Albania. He says this is the end of the road between me and you. This is the point

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The separation the parting of ways between us Setsuna Beatle Kavita wheelie Malam to stealthier Ali he savara I will now explain to you what you could not bear patiently. Two things here very quickly. The first of them, would it Musa alayhis salam ask.

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Let me rewind for you.

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If you want Did you could have taken some payments for this. You could have charged for this. We're broke, we're hungry. They were horrible. You do this, you could have done it for a fee. He says to him, we're going our separate ways.

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But what did most Sally's dilemmas get and ask anything that he?

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So why is this the separation of ways? Was it harder being unfair to him?

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Than how's it fair?

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Yeah, this, this is a question. It is an objection. Why didn't you? Why didn't you take payments for this? Right?

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It's like someone saying, I didn't call them a fool. I asked them Are you a fool?

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When you ask someone, are you a fool? Are you expecting a response in the affirmative? Right? You're calling them a fool by asking them a question. Likewise, you can be saying a statement and by to imply a question. You're.

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The wording makes no difference. That's the first issue. And then he says to him, but now I'll explain to you. So there's nothing in your heart, you know, so there's no hard feelings. Obviously, he would have had permission from Allah azza wa jal, but it also means now, I won't let you go until I give you the explanations of these things. Meaning where you were wrong, why you should have been patient, why you should have just delivered to me. Then he explains to him the three situations and that'll be our appointment next week in sha Allah Azza Jeddah shad will be at 730. And so we will explain the conclusion of the story of Musa alayhis salam and Hadith and some more high level

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benefits from it in sha Allah Allah

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