Mohammad Qutub – Did Muhammad write the Quran #1

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The Prophet sallati's use of the title Salvi Ali in various places throughout history is discussed, including in the Noble century, during printing of Salvi Ali, and in the printing of Salvi Ali. The church's use of the Greek word "the" as a title, and the church's use of the Greek word "the" as a title, are also discussed. The importance of writing in a way that is understood is emphasized, along with challenges in writing in a different language. The discussion also touches on popular tweets and their origins, including the use of backwards language and the importance of understanding jealousy.
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Sneha Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa ala Salah to attend Mutasa li mother so you didn't our Imam in our Have you been a bill passed in didn't have the law

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I print a lot of it and they send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam, his noble family righteous companions and all those and follow them with the right guidance until the day of judgment to me.

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Glory be to You will Allah have no knowledge how we accept that what you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise.

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My dear brothers and sisters are set Mr. Equal Marama to live in America.

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Very nice to be with you. Again, after a long time brings back very fond memories may Allah subhanaw taala always bring us together

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in places such as this where we remember Allah subhanho wa Taala

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and we praise His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and we get together to increase our Eman and our knowledge and our love for each other. For the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala inshallah

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little bit more

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ahead the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pendant.

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I'm sure many people until now are wondering, what is this about? And what does the title exactly mean?

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maybe the confusing part is using pen as a verb.

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So interestingly enough, you can say to pin something, meaning to put it in writing.

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It's a formal way of saying it had the Prophet sallallahu wasallam wrote it. So this it this pronoun, refers to what exactly? It's quite clear, isn't it now to the Quran?

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Had the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wrote it? Had he written the Quran?

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How would it be? How would it look?

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First of all,

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what exactly are we talking about here? And why?

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First and foremost, if we look at the Quran, the Quran in many different places, actually uses this very interesting style

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explaining certain things, and responding especially to the disbelievers.

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So this is the Quranic style in responding to a lot of hypotheticals.

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If it was so, as you claim,

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then it will be 1234 Does that make any sense? A very interesting and convincing style of a response.

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So Let no one say that Muslims are somehow very straightforward or the Quran just says you are wronged and you are disbelieving and you will be punished in the hellfire. The Quran in many places will go with the hypothetical. Allah subhanaw taala will give them that argument.

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And then we'll respond to it. And of course, this will destroy any possible argument that they have.

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Similarly, here,

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we are trying to do the same with this very old

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accusation or detraction, that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam wrote the Quran that he is the one who put it together.

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Of course, this is also mentioned in several places in the Quran.

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This issue, okay.

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Noble Quran that they will do learnership origins

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while upon Allah one now homea guna in you I label bash up,

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please. Daddy will say rune and you lay a journey. Oh,

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Lisa and now the movie

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saw he said here, and we know that they say that there is a human being who is teaching him teaching the Prophet alayhi salatu salam.

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Quickly the response is, again, in a similar fashion,

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the tongue, the language that they are accusing him of learning from is agile it is non Arab. At Muhammad Ali says learn how to be human wellbeing. And this is clear, Arabic tongue and here when you say clear, muy bien, it is clear, it is eloquent, it is beautiful.

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How can it be? The accusation was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam was learning from some youth,

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possibly a Christian youth,

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and that he was learning these things, and he was coming up with these things and then putting it in the normal Quran. How can it be? The language is different, he was a non Arab.

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The Quran will go with the argument and will answer it

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had the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pendant, the Quran would have looked very different.

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Here, we're going to deal with this in two sections, the first section

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some of the things that would be different and here, maybe we'll make it a little bit interactive, and we'll get your ideas as well.

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And then, and this is this will be the crux of the talk. There are many verses in the Quran

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that had the Prophet alayhi salatu salam hypothetically and this would never happen. Hypothetically, though, had he written it?

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There are many verses he may not have included in the Quran

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because those verses

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he would have maybe preferred to leave out of them.

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Have you read verses like this?

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Yes, no?

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Okay, I see a few nods.

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Till we will look at some of those verses.

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First of all, had the prophets Allah sent them written the Quran? So they claim he authored the Quran or he learned from this Christian

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boy or youth or from

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the Jews or whatever it may be all of these accusations.

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Had that indeed been the case?

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How would the Quran be different? How would it look different? Go ahead.

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Excellent. That's one of the verses. That's one of the verses. I'll deal with it in sha Allah in the next talk. I Basilica. Well, absolutely. Right. The verses were the talk about how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam frowned and turned away.

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Absolutely. What else? How would the Quran look different? We'll get to the verses. But the Quran itself, wouldn't it look different?

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First of all, Yes, mother.

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issue with his wife and so on, I think he would have excluded any verses that have to do with his wife's Absolutely. This is another verse, which we'll probably deal with today in sha Allah. Yes.

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tells us that the Romans would it be okay? This would be a condition for you. And that goes for all of the verses all of the verses that have some kind of miraculousness or jazz? Okay. imitability Any verses that have that type of a jazz? Definitely, it cannot be attributed to the Prophet SAW Salem because this can only be the case through the

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complete and comprehensive knowledge of Allah subhanaw taala. This is knowledge of the future. What happened to the Romans, okay, and how they were defeated and then they will they are going to defeat the Persians again. Absolutely. This is an example. Okay, so a lot of the jazz. A lot of the verses that had a jazz obviously,

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would not be there. Okay. What else?

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makes believers.

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Okay. Okay. So

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that's an interesting one because it's talking about the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and saying that you can seek forgiveness all you want.

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If you seek forgiveness for them 70 times it will not be accepted as another possible example of the verses that maybe would not be mentioned. Give me something general now I want General will get to the verses, they jump to the verses immediately. Something general

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that you can absolutely say would be different. Yes.

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Especially last week, and

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also hear that it continues. Right, right.

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Maybe just put in the chat. Very nice, very nice.

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So he said, the story of Musa Ali Salaam and how some of the stories are repeated in different places, if a human being was mentioning that he would probably mentioned it all.

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In one chapter in one location, and this is one of the main points I want to make. This style of writing is not the style of writing of a human being.

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The Quran does not look like the writing of a human being, knowing

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this can only be the word of Allah subhanaw taala, it doesn't look like it doesn't follow the style of writing allah human being. This is one of the examples.

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Look at the Bible.

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How many have read through maybe some parts of the Bible, raise your hand just to get an idea

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of not many, you will find

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in several different locations.

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It reads like stories.

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Like when I you know just met * and I'm telling him, You know what happened and where we went and what we did. And what we found difficult and what we found enjoyable. This is the way human beings speak a bunch of stories, a lot of the Bible reads as a bunch of narratives, and they call them the narrative gospels, they are stories brothers and sisters, clearly written by human beings. And of course, this is not something that they

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will argue against because it is quite clear I mean, it is you know, it is the Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

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The style is completely different.

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An example would be the stories the stories would not be like this, we would say it all in one chapter and call it the chapter of Musa

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especially nowadays, because everything now is thematic. Even the hope was that we have their themes.

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Because it was before were not like this, they were generally talking about maybe several different things. Here we would just put it all in under one theme under one title. The stories is one one part there are other parts of that.

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What about the challenges?

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Would a human being start his book with you will never be able to

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bring anything like it? This is a Book about which there is no doubt. Have you ever seen a human book

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authored by human being? That starts out in the intro by saying this book is perfect. As no mistake.

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The opposite is true. Usually every author, you know if they are modest enough will say this book may contain mistakes. And those mistakes are due to my

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faults alone and no one else's right. Doesn't look like a human book doesn't start like a human book. Would it have any of those initial letters

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they leave me

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pa see off.

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This is this is not these are not the words of human beings. Human beings do not speak like this nor do they write like this. Human beings want to make sure everything the writing is cogent and understandable by the the one who is listening

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or they will try to explain it in one way.

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or another but here we're talking about a jazz the Quran is full of a jazz in imitability it is not imitable.

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One of the,

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one of the leaders of

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like a former leader of one of the countries

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who was already dead now

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was pronounced as a disbeliever by many of the scholars of Islam at the time

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big because of one thing.

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Anyone know what I'm talking about?

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He knows.

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He said,

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there are there's no need for these calls in the Quran.

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Putting who Allah had put out the wearable falak por lo SHA, Allah.

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Talia, evil caffeine, no need for the con.

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So he said no need for this. We just remove it.

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Subhan Allah, the children in this audience know that this is Kufa you cannot change a single word or letter in the Noble Quran of the words of Allah subhanho wa taala. He said, Why do we need this query? Subhanak er, and it was that that caused them to pronounce him as

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out of the fold of Islam.

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Would the Prophet SAW Selim have written

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all over the Quran? If he was the author?

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Say to them,

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it's always safe. It's a command to the prophets of Salem to say to them.

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You wouldn't have done that.

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Wouldn't you read a lot more about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his Sierra.

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If this was penned by him

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you read verses that refer to parts of the Sierra parts,

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but not in the way that you read the book of Sierra

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or the Hadith of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, it looks completely different.

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And Arabs, though they may have remained disbelievers.

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They realize that

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but it was their obstinacy and stubbornness.

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So all these things, the challenges, come up with 10 sewers like it, come up with one surah like

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would you find that if this was the prophet or seldom who penned it?

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His name appears how many times in the Quran?

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His name Muhammad for

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right? He's referred to all over the Quran, but in other ways, not by name.

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The one who has mentioned most is Musa alayhis salam.

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Does it read like

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a human book in one way or another? So the next time someone tells you this was offered by Mohamed salah, I tell them, tell them come sit down, let me teach you.

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And now let us come to the verses.

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Look at the verses some of the verses that very possibly the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would have left out had he been hypothetically, the one who penned the Quran this is a hypothetical because it will never be the case. And Allah azza wa jal knows Allahu Allah pay for your jewelry salata. Allah knows where he is, and who is mandating his message to right. So this would never be the case.

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When Allah subhanaw taala told us about the awesome story of Prophet Muhammad Ali Salam

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and what happened with his son

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the details of which we find in Surah At hood, okay, that we incidentally don't find elsewhere

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with those details about what happened and the conversation between him and his son, and how his son said I'm going to save myself I'm going to go to the highest mountain and know Halle salaam tells him there is nothing that will

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save you today.

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So, after all of this,

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Allah subhanaw taala says, that this is still coming and

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we know he heard he like

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those are off the tidings of lie of the unseen that we are revealing to you. Denise's Merkin Tata Allah Maha until hola como coming Cubberley Harada first live in el arte battling with taffy.

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He says that these things that we are telling you now you did not use to know it

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you did not use to know this he's saying it to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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you did not use to know it No, you nor your people.

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Before this, where is he coming up with these details now.

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And they are the some of these details maybe some of the people knew some. But with plenty of mistakes and deletions and insertions and corruptions. Now Allah is telling you exactly what happened. You were not there. In another verse. He says to him, you are not there. When Allah revealed to Musa alayhis salam, how are you bringing these details to your people now? Neither you nor your people. So you couldn't have learned it from your people either.

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You might say, but chief,

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when we talk about the these verses, that maybe again, this is hypothetical that maybe the Prophet salallahu Salam may not have included.

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Does that make us feel a little bit negative about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam or something like that? I say absolutely not.

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For several reasons. Number one, it shows you the sheer humanity of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam?

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Yes, he is a bonafide Messenger of Allah, a great Messenger of Allah, the greatest messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi, WA alayhi wa sallam,

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and the seal of the prophets.

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But he's a human being.

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And that's why the Quran keeps saying,

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say to them,

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that I am but a human being like you.

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You will have a like,

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I received a revelation.

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So he's a human being.

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But it is revealed to him.

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That's all.

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A lot of times we focus on the revealed part,

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revealed to him

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the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam, the highest status, and sometimes we forget about the fact that he was a human being like you and me. And I think at times

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this may disconnect us somewhat from him, not realizing that he's a human being just like us.

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But the best human being just the same.

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How did he achieve that? Because he's a human being.

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Battling a lot of what we battle

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and he is the best.

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When you think about him, as someone perfect, who never makes mistakes, chosen by Allah subhanaw taala you almost, you know, put him on a pedestal above you almost make him infallible and almost away from being human, but the unseen in Allah and ever shown mythical calm, I am a human being like you, you have like, it is revealed to me. He is receiving the revelation. So we should see the sheer humanity of the Patos Hello, through some of these verses, that we are focusing on now. Furthermore, his honesty because he transmitted it exactly as Allah azza wa jal commanded him.

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He fulfilled the responsibility Allah subhanaw taala gave to him.

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Furthermore, why don't you look

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added the other way around.

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at the Prophet SAW Salem, but at the greatness of the one who is speaking to him.

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Whenever I read those verses, it just makes me

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really try to fathom the magnificence of Allah. If this is the greatest human being,

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and he is being spoken to this way, who else can speak to him this way other than his Lord subhanho wa Taala

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he tells him

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that Allah, you did not use to know it before.

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Yes, this is the way we should look at it. This is the way we should understand it.

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In the other area, Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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I fell in love.

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May Allah forgive you?

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For Lucha

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Libre as in telephone?

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Why didn't you give them permission?

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What is this verse talking about?

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This isn't sort of to tell that this is about the exposition of taboo, right?

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The moon and Philippine

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they didn't want to go.

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So they told

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each other they spoke amongst each other. Take permission so that you can stay back and you don't have to go and fight.

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And if he gives you permission, great, if he doesn't give you permission, don't go. So they had already made up their mind. Whether He gives permission or not. We're not going

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we are staying here reminds us of what the Jews sent to Musa alayhis salam go you and your Lord and fight. We will not move from here in Hoonah. I do.

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This is what the Mona 15 Were going to do when they took the permission.

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They said oh we have this messenger of Allah we have this and we have that and our families and difficulties and so on and so forth. So we allowed them

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and Allah azza wa jal,

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very, very gently as you can see, reproved him for Allah.

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Allah has pardoned, you has forgiven you.

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Look, look at the beauty. Learn from it. Before you rebuke

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May Allah forgive you.

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May Allah guide you. Why did you do this?

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Lima didn't Allah why did you give them permission?

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Why? Because had he not given permission. And they insisted on their position he would have known

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he would have known them and what they were up to

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Atlanta by an election Lavina sada with Talamanca DB until you would know and it would be known to you those who are truthful from those who are

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and deceiving you ultimately, recently met as intended with the Prophet SAW Selim includes such a verse.

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If he had penned it

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would include any such verses, would he talk to himself like this? If he was the author of the Quran

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in the other ayah

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Allah subhanaw taala says

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and this is really something

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he says what else to call Well, I Lina been a call we

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a HUDs Nermeen, who Billy Amin from malapa Anna Minh, who worked in firmer Ming, Ming had a nun who had GZ

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this brother, you have a question? Oh, okay. So you raise your hand.

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He says whenever the COVID Halina Bahama occur when this is a big hypothetical.

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And even if he were to say things about us,

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Allah saying, and even if he the Prophet sallallahu Sallam were to say things about us, false things, wrong things about us about Allah.

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With the prophets, I seldom ever do this

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He is the furthest one from all of humanity to do this, are you salatu salam.

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Yet it's a hypothetical.

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What if,

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we understand these the way we were talking about it, the humanity of the prophets of Salaam and the magnificence of the one who is speaking,

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if he were to do that.

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Of course, some scholars have said that this is a reminder to the rest of the Ummah he would never do it. Absolutely. But there is another AI as we will see, that is even more direct. And speaking to the prophets, I'll send them specifically and not the rest of the ummah.

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Maybe will, will, you can look for that other verse for the next time.

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The way we used to do things before

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if he were to say these things about us, what would be the consequence? Like a husband? I mean, who believes I mean, we would have seized him by the right. Allahu Akbar,

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who is speaking

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to the best of human beings like this Allah subhanaw taala we would have seized him by the right through Mala kappa Nermeen who attained

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then we would have

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cut what a lutein and watin is known as the jugular vein.

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And this is Subhan Allah may have some

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scientific adjust scientific inevitability, because if you look into it, you see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam knew near the end of his life he said something to that effect

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about his watin

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Though not that did not happen.

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The Prophet SAW Salem transmitted the message perfectly.

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But just the reference to it is very interesting that you find it in the Quran, through Malacca and I mean hula team for naming coming I had an unusual hydrazine none of you would be able to stop it had Allah you see the magnificence

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only Allah can speak like this. A human being cannot speak like this much less with the prophets of salaam say this about himself

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with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam put such an idea in a Quran he authored

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how much time whether 10 minutes 1015 minutes

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no, no inshallah will finish before

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the brother mentioned

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some aspects of the private life of the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam,

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his wives

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may Allah be pleased with them on

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us sort of to hurry

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Yeah, you can be Ulema to help remove a halal Allahu Allah, WWE metadata as well. ergic he said to him, oh, Prophet, yeah, you will never be why do you prohibit for yourself what Allah made lawful to you

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seeking the pleasure of your wives, he was doing it for a very good cause. He was trying to please his wife, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and Allah is the forgiving and the Merciful.

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These are very interesting ideas, and they need time.

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And I think some of you may have attended the Tafseer of these ideas, many many, many years ago. So maybe now we can test your memory.

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What are these verses talking about?

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And subhanAllah it needs time. But let me just try to summarize.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam made prohibited upon Himself that which Allah made love, and now Allah azza wa jal is reproving him

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are doing so why do you do so?

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Allah is forgiving merciful, you don't need to do that. Even if he is seeking the pleasure of his wives, it's a very good cause.

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The incident for which these verses were revealed

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There are two reasons of revelation to authentic reasons of revelation for these ideas.

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One of them

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is that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam made, prohibited upon himself something he really liked, and that is honey.

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The Prophet Jalisco Salam used to love honey.

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And he used to have honey at some of the houses of his wives.

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Here also we have two

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different authentic narrations.

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One that tells us that the Prophet sallallahu sallam was had to had honey at the house of Zainab bint Jahsh.

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Probably Allah.

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And this made some of his wives jealous.

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And because of having that honey, he would maybe spend a little bit more time there. And this made them jealous. And

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in order to appease them, he said to them, I will no longer eat honey

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at her house.

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So he made prohibited hymns for himself that which Allah made lawful, and not only that something he loved sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The other narration mentions that he had honey at the house of Hafsa probably Allah Allah, the daughter of Amara, ricotta, Allah Juan, and that he spent a little too much time there. And that also sparked the jealousy of

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some of his other wives.

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And that, after they spoke to him about it again, he told them, I will no longer have honey at the house of Hafsa.

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Some of the narrations mentioned that

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they were so jealous, they told him

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what is that bad odor that is coming from your mouth.

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The Honey, do not underestimate my brothers and sisters, the power of female jealousy

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and maybe sometimes male jealousy.

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If it is, if it goes beyond the limits

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here, of course,

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in this case,

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we can kind of understand the jealousy because this is a jealousy about whom the best of humanity sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is not any normal human being.

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So if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam walks into the masjid as we speak,

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to not happen,

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but if he did,

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he would forget about someone giving a talk right here

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in front of you, you would forget about each other.

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And you would compete for time with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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just to kind of understand what's going on here. This is not just jealousy over another human being, of course, another human being who's their husband, who is the love of their lives. And the Prophet alayhi salatu salam. So yes, they were jealous, they would compete. They wanted every possible minute they can have with him.

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In one case, where insha Allah who had kind of,

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quote unquote, metaphorically shot herself in the foot and she lost time with the Prophet SAW Selim. She said I would rather that I be bitten by a scorpion. How did I do this to myself? How did I lose time with the Prophet Samson? Now? You

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You're gonna see

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jealousy over the best man jealousy over their husbands and the basic natural female jealousy.

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there was this possible reason of Revelation where the prophets of Salem prohibited honey for himself.

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The other authentic reason of Revelation is when

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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was approached by say that you shall be Allah Hana and see the hub of the Allahu anha. And they were putting pressure on him because of Maria.

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Maria, Maria the cot,

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the slave woman, the Egyptian slave woman who was given

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as a gift from Alma Copus, okay, the leader of Egypt at the time. And of course, she became

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she was Maliki Amin, for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And they were jealous of her.

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And they kept on putting pressure on him la salatu salam, until he said Marielle Katya is prohibited for me.

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This is on another level. Now this is not just something that I like to enjoy eating or I have in my diet, right? This is his Khaled.

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this is what he made prohibited for himself. Again, to put an order to appease his wives. Both will love Allah more authentic reasons of revelation for

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these verses of Surah to daddy.

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So Allah subhanaw taala reproved him limit to Hadley mama Han, Allah Allah. In other words, why do you forbid yourself you don't have to.

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Though it is to please his wives.

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And of course,

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these verses are not easy. There are a lot of narrations and a hadith and which one is authentic and which one is not authentic and which one is the reason of revelation and which one is not. But these are Allahu Allah, the authentic reasons of revelation for this by Allah, my brothers and sisters, would any sane human being mentioned these details about themselves in the book that they are claiming is the word of Allah subhana wa taala.

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With any sane human being, much less, the greatest prophet and messenger mentioned these private details of their lives, of their married lives.

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In the Quran

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you don't think the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, even though he knows this is transmission of the word of Allah subhanaw taala you don't think maybe he would have thought these are private issues.

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His life is for Allah.

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He is owned by Allah subhanaw taala we are ownership of Allah subhanaw taala and no one knew this and accepted more than the Prophet alayhi salatu salam.

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this is all in the Quran.

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On any verses that we find in the Quran, that reprove him, to set up they are they're just the same.

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Very possibly had the Prophet alayhi salatu salam Pandit, but will not be there.

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You can see now, the lunacy and ridiculousness of the I said that too many times of the claim

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that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam ala through the Quran. You know that whoever says something like this probably has not read the Quran has no idea what the Quran has.

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If someone makes such a claim

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wala hooter Hana Allah, I will end it there. And

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we will continue in sha Allah next time to talk about some of the other verses

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that maybe the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would have left out,

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possibly, hypothetically, if he was indeed the author of the Quran. But all of this just goes to show us that this is

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The bonafide genuine Words of Allah subhanho wa Taala an adulterated untouched from A to Z over the course of over 14 centuries, and will continue this way until the end of time, by the protection of Allah azza wa jal himself who revealed it, and by a commitment he placed upon himself

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which no one else can do. No one can obligate Allah azza wa jal except himself a commitment he put upon himself to protect it until the end of time. Barack Allah people what does that mean love how you run masala center Nova Khan and it'd be the Mohammed

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