Mohammad Qutub – Qur’an Tafseer Al-Baqarah – They are your brothers!

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The importance of sharing blood during the pandemic and avoiding false accusations is emphasized, along with the need to avoid false accusations and avoid false accusations. The history of the Prophet sallail's message and its meaning is discussed, including the use of multiple allegiances and the potential consequences of actions. The use of religion to gain political power and the potential for Islam to become a " moral source of conflict" is also discussed, along with the history of Islam and its potential consequences. Finally, the segment touches on the importance of peace in peace-taking and the need for caution when playing around with deities.
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a similar amount of him 100 Naira but I mean a lot of a lot of Salah two at a time would just leave and so you they know you know I have even a middle class in Medina Abdullah, Allah Allah He was so happy with our environment that we are only certain in Edo Medina so planet Alaric Mallanna 11 undamped anime Naka until Alima Hakeem published in the Saudi via Searly Emery Weiner lock that Emily's any of the Hokulea I praise Allah Almighty and I send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his noble family righteous companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the Day of Judgment, Amin glory between you or law, no knowledge

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have we accept that which you have taught us Indeed you are the unknown the all wise My dear brothers and sisters As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Today, we continue with the Tafseer of Surah Al Baqarah. And last time, we talked about the talking about the Anita the covenant between Allah subhanaw taala and the Jews and that part that you wrote about it in that part, it mentioned

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some of the things that Allah subhanaw taala commanded off. Benny surah in

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let Abu Dona Illa Allah right when will validate near Santa and all of these different commands that we discussed last time.

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But now he continues with a part of the pledge of some of the things that He prohibited upon them.

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So he says about the ministry regimes we live on Monday Rahim.

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What is

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this fee guna Dima Kumala two three Hoonah full circle

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the Ricoh

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full circle 123 Whatever you

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mean the entire law

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believe me well oh they want anybody to come.

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Do more one more, one more not at all. Raju fair to me will cater for Hoonah de bout

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my fun with the coming coming physio will hire the dunya why a woman

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doing that either I shall deny that we will not allow who they are feeding.

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Rune what is 100 meter let us free guna Dima accom and we have taken your covenant or the covenant from you. Let us be guna Dima accom that you do not shed your blood

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lattice Hakuna de ma

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123 do not

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mean the Ericom and you do not evict yourselves

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from your homes.

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How can you shed your own blood or evict yourself from your own home?

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This is a very interesting expression.

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That actually means do not share each other's blood

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and do not evict each other from each other's houses. So this is a prohibition

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that is actually a command by Allah subhanaw taala that they should take care of each other and not harm each other as believers. You have to understand now the Israelites here Bani Israel are the believers

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and they should act like believers. So he says to the latest Hakuna Dima come and hear the expression is like letter guna in Allah. There is a hudna we have been his Rahila tabula Allah we said later Gu do not Allah Allah there. Yes, it's a command. But it's a command that came as a humble as a fact like taboo doing otherwise it would be like taboo do if it was a command or a prohibition, don't worship anyone but Allah, if it was like that he would have said let out we do. He said that taboo doing we said it came as a fact. And possibly the reason for that is that he is confirming that it is not even required, it is unnecessary to prohibit. It is

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to clear it is a done deal. Similarly, here what is a hudna? Mitaka can learn to speak una, he didn't say let us speak who let us speak una de Morocco it's a done deal you cannot share each other's blood

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and you cannot evict each other and exile each other from your houses

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Subhan Allah, the expression in the Quran

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let us be Karuna demand. This is not talking about suicide, or taking your own blood. But he called them and Fusa calm because he's telling them that the shedding of the blood of your brother is like killing yourself.

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It's a very powerful way

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of expressing it. Learn to Speak una de Malcolm. When you share each other's blood, it's like you're killing yourselves. You're killing yourself, your family, your relatives, you are one body, you are one Oma. Right.

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The believers are one that applies to them as well. And they have been prohibited in the Torah from killing each other, or from doing this to each other. In other words, their political allegiance

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is to each other. They are brothers, the strongest of relationships is that of a man that is based on Eman.

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We know Subhanallah what happened between the Sahaba

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when they became Muslim when they followed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam maybe one of the companions own brother, or son or father continued on their cover.

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And maybe they also regarded themselves as enemies to the religion.

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And they tried and tried

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tried forever.

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To avoid his father in battle, he's on the other side.

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He did everything he could. He couldn't avoid it in the end.

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But this is the the importance of the relationship that is based on a man

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that is frequently the man.

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Doesn't matter what allegiances you have. You are brothers of one another. Don't shut each other's blood letters frequently they may come because it is your blood. While I took three Juna and Fusa come in the article. It's like you're kicking your own self out of the house. When you evict, kick persecute your brothers and sisters and end up kicking them out of their houses.

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The whole Ummah is like one body, minds of the Hadith of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam, right, that the Muslims are like one body, right in what in their compassion and sympathy and mercy towards each other, like one body, when one part of your body complaints is in pain, the rest of the body will follow suit, this is the way it should be. And this is the way they were commanded to be as well.

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Well, that took Regina Federica Fusa coming directly from Africa aparato tomb one two Tisha Dune, then you acknowledge this. So you cannot claim ignorance. You cannot plead lack of knowledge. You knew full well you acknowledged this mythos this covenant and you are a witness to it.

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Allah subhanaw taala here is talking to the yahood at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam some scholars have seen may say, this was a mythos that was taken for their ancestors, but also for the Jews concurred at at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as we will see,

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and that this covenant was supposed to be fulfilled by both the older generations as well as these ones through ma one to one to the shadow

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food to her Hola.

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And then he confirms you Thumma and Tom, then you have all those he's confirming with one pronoun after another. You are the ones the same ones that took the pledge. You are now reneging and breaking that covenant

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Boom, boom ha hola taco Toluna InfoSec calm you kill yourself meaning you kill each other. You should each other's blood. In other words, you did exactly the opposite of what the covenant obligated you to do.

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Talk to Luna full circle

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what to do when a fairy arming come in the hit the wall? How on earth are you him? Believe me when are the one?

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So they shared each other's blood they fought

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the event evicted each other.

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What kind of an OMA is this? What kind of brotherhood is this?

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Is this what Allah subhanaw taala asked you to do?

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Mohammed bin is held

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narrates with a chain of narration on the authority of Evan Ambus for the Allahumma

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who explained this idea, and exactly what's happening in it, and from it, you will find all of the new facility

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mentioning this narration or this explanation.

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So he said that you are cooperating with another party

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and cooperating and helping them

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helping those people and you shake. They are the people of shake. You are cooperating with them against the people of EMA against your own brothers. So he says the hood, the Jews at the time were divided into three different groups. Ben,

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Ben who now believe and Ben Apurva

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Ben who

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are the allies of L huzzah Runge

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of the unsolved so this is in Medina, Ben roja are the allies of an huzzah Raj. Okay the answer and oh swell, huzzah Raj are from the unsolved then okay, you car with a huzzah Raj. And Ben will now be here and Ben will parabola or with a mouse.

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This is what could have been a bass narrates and Mohammed bin is Huck confirms it also in his Syrah.

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However, you might find if you read in the books after I've seen some different combinations, okay, so

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even Kathy

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seems to place bedroom novel with the new meaning, being the allies of the Hassan and not the allies of Laos.

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Even though you will find many quoting even Kathy, the same as the narration of Evita Abbas, but they didn't realize that actually even cathedra was narrating the narration of Ibn Abbas. But when he mentioned in the beginning, he puts Benny unaware with manual pain or with a hazard edge.

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Other MUFA serene, switched it placed Benu hydrocarbyl the house and bedroom operator with an Hazaragi can get a little bit confusing, but let's depend on the narration of even Ambus.

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Ben with Al has Raj and Ben will not be here.

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And Ben Parilla are with us, okay.

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So he said, because of that alliances, former alliances before the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam before allows will consider as Ricky Muslim.

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Because of those alliances. Sometimes there will be battles and wars between elsewhere construction of the unsolved

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at that time, they weren't unsolved, they didn't become an unsolved yet. So the Jews would follow the political allegiance of the person they're allied to. They would fight alongside that group, their own brothers and sisters.

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The Jews just being from another group, why does it matter?

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So they did not fulfill the covenant they went against the covenant. So this is how they fought each other and they shared each other's blood because of their formal

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alliances with an else will have Suraj even though Allah subhanaw taala had told him clearly all of this is still the narration of an outburst, even though Allah told them clearly in the Torah that this is prohibited for you. And then after that you ransom

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the captives. So after you are a reason, in your own brothers and sisters being killed, or being imprisoned and becoming captives, now you are trying to ransom them.

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As Allah subhanaw taala commanded them also in the Torah says,

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and allswell Huzzah, Raj, were people of Shiva.

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They didn't know paradise or hellfire. They didn't know resurrection or the day of judgment.

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They didn't know anything about a book or halal or haram. Nothing. They were under Schilke.

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The Israelites were the believers. They were the ones now who should be like one

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together against anyone else. But they allowed those former alliances to dictate the way they acted against what Allah subhanaw taala commanded or prohibited them in the Torah.

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someone to talk to noon and Prosecco were to three do an affiliate come in come in Dr.

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Taha Haruna holla at him now Tala Haruna Allah him beneath me when the road one you are cooperating

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against them with your allies, believe me in sin 101 and aggression.

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ISM, because it is a an evil sin, to do what you are doing to your own.

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against everything that were commanded in the Torah, and it is the ultimate or Diwan, this aggression against your brothers and sisters.

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So wars would happen. And they wouldn't have any problem killing their own brothers and sisters because of their alliances with Al Hasan or because of their alliances with a house.

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eventually, after the battle is over,

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and things calmed down, and there are captives and prisoners of war. Now they want to ransom their captives.

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Are you quite alright?

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You were the reason in the first place for this happening and now you want to ransom them.

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So they are implementing that part of the covenant. They are supposed to ransom their captives ransoming their captors is something very important in the religion. That's why the famous scholar run by

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Musa ibn Mamoon the much lionized and celebrated my monitor these the great and the Lucien, Jewish scholar of this.

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Until now they praise Him.

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He said ransoming captives is more important and supersedes even giving charity to the poor.

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Something very important. So you can imagine they participated in the battle. They slaughtered their own

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Jewish brothers and sisters, and later on when they were captives of war, they would ransom them they would pay money in order to try to free them contradiction upon contradiction.

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An imam ibn Abi Hatem, the famous professor,

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and interestingly, even cathedra also mentioned this narration

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says that

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some of the Tabea in

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we're with Salman Eben Arabia and they're heavily

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in the conquest of Balenciaga or bilenda.

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Whereas Bollinger

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all the way in the east,

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and this was during the wars between

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The Muslim Arabs and the Hassan

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so you're talking about the area close to Russia, Afghanistan and Kazakhstan in that area. Okay, Central Asia close to the east, like very much to the east.

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When or during the conquest of Bellanger Abdullah ibn salaam, the famous Jewish rabbi

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come Muslim who became one of the great scholars of Islam was with them. And during that conquest, there were

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they took some of the slave women okay as was the case in many of the battles during those days. So, he bought one of the Jewish women as a slave for 700 dead hands.

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Then, he went to what is called the silk dilute, have you heard of silk dilute? Anyone? Heard of Rasul dilute?

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Russell genyouth is essentially the Jewish community leader of these Jews in exile.

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So, he went to him, and he said to him, are you interested in ransoming this slave girl that I bought? He said yes. So he tells him I bought her for 700 Durham's.

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So he says to him, I will give you a profit of 700 dirhams meaning a buyer for 1400.

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So Abdullah bin Salam says, I took an oath that I would not sell her for less than 4000.

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So, the

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community leader says, No, I am not interested.

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So, he tells them come here. So he whispers in his ear. Some of the verses of the tempura, that talk about the importance of ransoming the captives. You have to ransom your captives.

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Right? She's a Jewish captive.

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So he looks at him and he says, Are you Abdullah and salah? He says yes, they knew. He knew someone from the Muslims who this knowledgeable of the Torah This is Abdullah bin salah. They heard of it, he said, he said, You're Abdullah and salah, and he said yes.

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So he came with 4000 Durham's to buy her. So I'm just wondering, Salah took 2000 and he gave him the rest. And frankly, in all my reading

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I've only seen this a few times, and it's usually only by Muslims. That can

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in such a situation where there is a financial transaction, and they get a higher price. And then they actually give back in this way. Subhanallah it's it's something else, so he gave him back 2000 The point of the the narration is the importance of ransoming captives for them, and we see this until today.

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So Allah subhanaw taala tells them, you kill them, you evict them from their homes,

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from their towns from their countries. And then what he took him Busara to further womb, then when they come as captives, then you run some of them were who are Mohammed Hardhome and it is prohibited for you to evict them in the first place. So, what are you doing?

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It makes no sense in the first place. It's illogical. Okay.

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But worse than that, it is a major sin. And the renaming of your promise to Allah subhanaw taala and the breaking of the covenant with him when he took Massara to follow whom or who

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say it caught up. To him Allah says something interesting,

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because he's trying to analyze why it is that they had these different allegiances in the first place. We might have thought that

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It's simply a different affinity, right?

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Men who kind of had an affinity for Al Hasan, maybe they had closer relationships, maybe they had commercial ties, God knows right.

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On the other hand, been another added benefit, I had relationships with an else say it's good to obsess, actually, this is traditional Israa eel, all the way.

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Always wanting, as Arab say, to hold the stick from the middle part.

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Meaning they are trying to maximize their gains and their benefits. So

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if the, you know, one party is going to win, and the other part is going to be defeated, at least if that happens, then if we lose, if we are on the losing side, some of our brothers are on the winning side. So maximizing your gains, okay, trying to benefit as much as possible in one way or another. In fact, it seems very much to be a Machiavellian

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methodology. Okay, because we said, they know that this is a major sin, what they have just committed, they're killing their own brothers and sisters.

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For what for Musleh for a game, for some kind of a worldly benefit. So for that reason, it's almost like they split themselves amongst these different allegiances. And he says, it continues, and he says, and they do that, without any respect, or any consideration for any covenant with Allah subhanaw taala, because there is no trust in Allah subhanaw taala but rather, all their reliance is on these worldly covenants, the worldly agreements, the worldly covenants, their street smarts, rather than depending or trusting in Allah subhanaw taala, they are, they have more trust in the creation of Allah subhanaw taala rather than the Lord of all creation, Otherwise, they wouldn't have

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done that. And they would have stuck to each other, even if their former alliances dictated

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that they would be with the house or with because Raj, Allah told them, You cannot kill each other, or evict each other from your homes.

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And subhanAllah

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we might try to see that happening now as well. So in many situations, you will find that they are on one side, or you think they are on one side, but then you might find a group of them that is supporting the other as well. In some cases,

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I believe it was a theory who even pointed this out, they might actually create a fraudulent opposition to themselves to appear as if they are actually not in line with each other. Again,

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going on both sides. In fact, brothers and sisters, if you analyze many events, even in our current affairs, you will many times find the enemies of Allah subhanahu wa taala.

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or rather, analyzing the situation, sometimes supporting this group, if they see that this group is about to be victorious, and then if it seems that this group is about to be victorious, they start to shift their support to the other group. This is what the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala do.

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There are no principles here. And what may be even more sinister, is that the enemies of Allah, me support this group and then also support this group.

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For what, so that they can annihilate each other and slaughtered each other. This is well known

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geopolitical and geostrategic pilots. They have done this over and over and I can give you

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some actual events and situations where they have done this

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This is what the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala do when he took Musa to Oahu and Mohammed Ali Raju Fei took me know Nabi Keita for una de ba, hon Allah.

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The idea from beginning to end is also a reminder to us as Muslims.

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When you think about everything they've been commanded, and prohibited here, this Covenant Not to kill each other, not to evict each other from each other's houses, does that not apply to Muslims? At the moment, Toby says, one law, he,

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one law, he, we have done everything in this higher and more

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long style. We as Muslims have committed all of this, we have killed each other, we have fought each other, we have evicted, evicted each other, turn people away from their houses, deported them from this country, or that taken them to this country or that

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we have done all of this. And then he says, and I wish that was by supporting one Muslim group against another he says no, but rather recited with our enemies and with the disbelievers against our believing brothers and sisters. And unfortunately, Islamic history is testament to this. And we have seen it time and time again,

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where the Muslims will actually seek the assistance of their enemies.

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Though they might not seem like enemies, but they will seek their assistance against their own because of their own problems because they can't get along Subhanak Europe

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in some cases, he will seek His enemies insistence against his own blood brother, not even Muslim brother or blood brother, as well

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Subhan Allah

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which period it happened, it happened

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very long back, it happened also during the time of the crusades, and you might say that it continues to happen until now, because we are in such a state of weakness.

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Muslims killing each other shedding each other's blood, because of this alliance or that, because this Muslim country is allied with this group and this Muslim country is allied with this. We saw it, you know, we can mentioned so many things, but then that will be a different conversation.

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Where is the fact that the Muslim ummah is one body

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that you do not fight your brothers and sisters in?

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This ayah is manifesting the importance of the Brotherhood of iman, in this case, the case of the Jews.

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And when we do that,

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then we are very much imitating the Jews.

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We're here to come to Sarah to follow at least something that captives

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what Muslims are ransoming their captives.

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Muslims are rotting in prisons.

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Do you see any Muslim countries running after them?

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The Jews are ransoming their captives. But the Muslims are playing around.

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They don't know or they don't want to know. Or maybe they themselves are imprisoning their own Muslims and torturing them will Billa

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Where's Islam? Where's brotherhood?

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At least

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follow the Jews in that run some of the captives were here to Coachella to find who who were who are Muhammad Ali. Raja ephah took me noona be bothered kita with that for me.

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Do you believe in part of the book and then you disbelieve in the other?

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This is what seems to be happening.

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Did Allah azza wa jal just tell you ransom your captives? Or did he tell you don't kill each other? Don't be a cause in people having to be captives or thrown out of their houses

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and going God knows where

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He prohibited the prohibited this, and he commanded you to ransom captives. But now you are the reason for those captives in the first place, and then you are ransoming them.

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So what good is this?

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And we see this in today's politics as well. So, we may see a situation, that seems to be something stellar Ma sha Allah, look at what this group did or what that country did. And they ran some deceptive or that and they were the reason in the first place for these people to be deported or to be captives or to be in such a situation

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are things we need to look at and understand from this

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effort took me no nobody bothered Keita with that for una de bout. It's almost like they believe in this part. they disbelieve in the other it's almost like they do not believe that Allah prohibited them to kill each other

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or to be a cause of eviction or Xiling from their countries or their towns.

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So after took me Luna be abandoned kita but for Runa be bout and this is another ailment Subhanallah that we see in this ummah as well

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from a lot of deviant sects personalities where they want to take part of Islam part of the Quran but this part no Can you imagine someone actually saying something to the effect of we will take everything in the matki part of the Quran

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the part that was revealed in Mecca not the part that was revealed Medina

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what kind of a game are you playing?

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Took me know Nabil Bowden kita what's gonna be bow

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you see this? I like some things in Islam but other things No, it's

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nor is it a buffet. Islam is not a buffet. The Quran is not a buffet. You just choose what you like of it.

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So he says to that ever to me when everybody's chastising them, told me no no everybody Nikita

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my father with early coming come in fizzy Illa his young Phil hieratic dunya

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the recompense of those who do that is nothing but fizzy this grace

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in this worldly life, indeed, and emammal portobay. When he commented on this, he said, we are doing this and more. And then we are leaving our Muslim brothers and sisters this grace, almost as if they are Kufa.

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Allah azza wa jal says those who do this, they will recommence will be hizzy in this dunya some scholars may say indeed, we saw that happen even with a you know, another year and Reva so we know that forever and there are being killed. And we know that you know, you ended up being exiled right? As in Surah Al Hush. If we ever get to the top serum that Surah So this is fizzy fish is dunya. This is being disgrace in this hair to dunya. While

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you are doing in a shanty Lada the Day of Judgment, then they will be returned to the most severe of punishment. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us, indeed the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala the old will Kiama

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is on different levels and thus your aduna shun did

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we know some punishment is lighter than others, some punishment is more severe than others, who is the person who is lightest in punishment as in the authentic hadith? I will call it the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam right why? Because it seems that his defense of his nephew, though he died as a caffeine, that this is something that

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may lighten his punishment on the Day of Judgment way over the AMA you are doing a healer Shanti Lada and the Quran says the same about for referral

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because they're playing around. We saw before how Allah subhanaw taala rebuked when he saw in because they

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Playing around with the D The dean is like a game to them. So he says here to them as well. I said to me you'll never be bounded kita but I'm gonna be bad. You're so you don't even have enough Iman that your former alliances dictate to you what you can and cannot do and you're ready to slaughter your own brothers and sisters over it

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when Allah Who behalf in and I'm Tom Malone and Allah subhanaw taala is not unaware of what you do. Don't think that when you do all of this when you play around with the deen of Allah subhanaw taala when you pick and choose from the from some what you think is a goofy when you

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implement parts of the deed or you disbelieve in others. Don't think that Allah subhanaw taala is unaware Allah subhanaw taala is aware of all the two new Allah subhanaw taala is all hearing and all seeing and he's the omniscient is all knowing what Allah will be raffling? Mata Maroun Allahu Taala Allah may Allah subhanaw taala forgive us, may Allah subhanaw taala grant us

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knowledge Allah subhanaw taala increase our faith help us to implement that which we understand and give us a better understanding of the Quran. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to unite this ummah, ask Allah subhanaw taala to help this ummah to come together to be like one body and one heart and not completely divided as we see it today for Allah HomeStart also Salatu Salam o barakaatuh Anna we you know have you had

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any questions or comments

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have you

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some text

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that says something to the effect of

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Muslims killing each other is tantamount to

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have you seen or read something like?

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Haha Baraka Luffy.

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Yes. In his Farewell Sermon the Prophet SAW Selim said last time God kufr run your dream obado Cobra acaba bout that do not after my demise, this is part of his farewell speech do not become Kuffar.

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Hitting each is striking each other's necks.

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So killing each other this way.

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It's either this is the action of the confirm,

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or that this is an act that can be described as Kufa. Cofer in terms of action, not that it is necessarily something that will take you out of the fold of Islam, but this is how serious it is. This is why the authentic hadith the Prophet SAW Selim says the Bible was slavery for so what return who?

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He says insulting the Muslim is fist soup. Okay.

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But Katana, who?

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Fighting against him, this is covered.

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Very serious offense. And this is why the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that the Muslim

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is doing well. As long as he has not shed haram blood.

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Very, very serious thing.

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But Subhanallah Muslim blood is so cheap.

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Whether it's for the Muslims or the kofod Yes.

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Yes, yes.

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But that

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Right, right. But they're

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the hadith is or the way it is interpreted is if there is no, let's say acceptable or justifiable way

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because otherwise we know unfortunately even the Sahaba Well, the Allahu unknown

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for each other. We know the fitna that happened then, mind you when that happened, the reason for that was mainly the Muna 15

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The hypocrites otherwise, whether it is in Monica did Jamal or Safin at the time of Rossmann or at the time of the year of the Allahu Anhu Jamia the Muslims were doing their best to reconcile their differences and almost did

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but then the Mauna Kea

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said no, we are not going to allow this reconciliation to happen

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yes, there are many Hadith that talk about the

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importance of Muslims respecting each other

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respecting obviously their wealth and their their blood and everyone their honor everything.

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Muslim or non Muslim right now, yes, they do. Well, I have labeled zero there are different narrations of this hadith as well. So absolutely, this is the way Muslims are supposed to be with one another.

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When a Muslim says to the other Muslim as salaam alaikum Peace be upon you.

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That's exactly what is meant as a Muslim who men Salim and Muslim guna mainly Sunni he was

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a true Muslim is the one whom other Muslims are protected from any kind of verbal or physical offense from him

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anything else?

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Hello, My Elif Minako Rubina.

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Zakon Aloha Eros product along with the hum decrescendo Allah Allah to break

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