Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir al-Baqarah #15 – Murdering Prophets

Mohammad Qutub
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Imam you know what have you been? Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah on earlier he was here with tabular in woman can be can be seen in the day when we deal Subhana Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah and Tana And I can tell him Hakeem a rubbish rock the surgery was silly embryo that Emily Sonny Afghan holy. I praise Allah Almighty and I send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his noble family writers companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the day of judgment. I mean, glory be to you Oh Allah, no knowledge have we accept that which

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you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise, my dear brothers and sisters As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And we continue with the seal of Surah Al Baqarah. And we were talking about the area where Allah subhanaw taala tells us how the Jews asked Musa alayhis salam to supplicate to Allah subhanho wa taala. To grant them, of the vegetables of the earth.

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And we continue with this idea, because it's a long as we discussed, and spoke in detail about what that means, and the Tafseer of the area and what we understand from it.

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And we left off saying that a lot of the amorphous serene, spoke about the saying of Allah subhanaw taala, about that was a blemish on resume Smilla Rahmanir Rahim at the stem of the Lunella the who hadn't been lady who were hired, that do you now exchange that which is inferior with that which is superior, that which is less with that which is better? We spoke about how the professor in said, a lot of them understood this to mean that what you are asking for is less an inferior compared to the things that Allah subhanaw taala gave you the miraculous food that Allah subhanaw taala gave you the man was selwa. And now you are asking for these vegetables, these herbs, lentils, and onions and

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garlic and other things.

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And we mentioned as well, that some scholars, some of them,

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more modern scholars

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try to understand this in a more figurative way. That rather this is not just the Jews asking for a different type of food, or becoming bored with one type of food and then asking for another, but rather what they're asking for is to go back

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to go back to their original, pathetic, sad, pitiful

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life of persecution and oppression and slavery.

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Under the Egyptians under Farhan

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when they are asking for these things that they used to have in Egypt, it's almost like they are longing for that.

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And this is the crux of the problem here.

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And the reason that for you being in this place,

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in the wilderness, this is part of Allah's punishment for you, because you refuse to enter the Promised Land, which you keep claiming, that you have a right to, but when the time came, that you had to fulfill the covenant of Allah subhanaw taala, so that you can get this you refuse and you rejected and thus you are here now.

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Allah is preparing them.

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That Allah subhanaw taala gave them this is a time of penitence, of introspection of reform, then only you can enter the promised land.

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We mentioned that

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chicken modu de Rahim Allah mentioned this opinion, say it Guto and others

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say it Otto when he insists that this is the Tafseer and this is the meaning of it. He relates it to what we are about to talk about today, which is the IRA after that, so after Musa alayhis salam tells them

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to miss run for in Allah commercial.

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And some said that this may be the saying of Allah subhanho wa taala. After that, while Don't worry, but highly he would then lead to Well Miss Ghana wobba will be robbed of him in Allah

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Dori Batali him

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Villa will Mosca Nova will be heard of him in Allah. This is no

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normal situation here.

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Can all of this the anger of Allah and His wrath be upon them?

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And the wretchedness and humiliation that Allah cast upon them? Could this be simply because they got bored of a certain food?

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Because they were asking for something else other than a min was Salwa? Or does it seem to be something deeper than that? And more meaningful than that. So say it auto insists that this is the under the proper understanding of the IRA, because of this World War II, but Allah he will be led to a mascara. Why is this being mentioned here? This villa and mascara and Radha

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and I'll talk about each of them in detail. But now just to understand the context, and this idea coming where it does or this part of the aisle, does, or do these things happen?

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In the wilderness,

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at the time of Musa alayhis salam, or did this happen much later?

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Allah tells us afterwards, the reason for it happening

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then you can be unhung can work for una Biya tila.

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The reason for all of this is because they used to disbelieve in the signs of Allah subhanaw taala and his verses, and they used to kill the prophets, did they kill the prophets in this time of wilderness with Musa alayhis salam, this happened much later. So why is it being mentioned now?

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What orbitally him with Villa to one mascara.

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So he says this is it's being mentioned now, because of

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this figurative meaning that we are talking about, which is that at this juncture

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they had refused the mission that Allah subhanaw taala has given them by requesting these things, this top everything off, it was like the climax in their disobedience in their rejection. And ultimately now in refusing

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the mission that Allah subhanaw taala is giving them

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the reform that he is putting upon them that they have to do for themselves.

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And this request is a clear indication that they are not worthy of this mission. And they are not going to rise up in their thinking. And they can only go back to their time of slavery,

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their time off this grace

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and this honor

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and humiliation and wretchedness that they lived in Egypt.

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So that's why in that context, you see this a while Dori Batali hemos Villa to wellness Ghana.

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So, he insists this is why this is the meaning that he confirms is that of serum the idea that it is much more than just them asking for a different type of food or getting bored of the same type of food all the time.

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What more eventually he was dilla Well Miss Khanna who will help me mean Allah.

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What is the law? What is mascara? And why does Allah azza wa jal say well, Gauri, but I lay him with Villa Bari but here means that it could mean several things One meaning is that it is something that covers them covers and surrounds them almost like a tent okay. And in Arabic, the verb Baba is used for that.

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So, it is almost like something has covered them and enclose them and surrounded them and they can never in any way get away from it.

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They cannot escape it. What bully Batali a dilla Well, masculina

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the other possible meaning is that it is something now that it is that is attached

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with them that they cannot in any way detach themselves from another meaning of barraba

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two bodies two pieces of matter together and from it the verb got about to hit, okay whether it is hitting, physically hitting someone else or hitting the floor and so on, while Bori but I lay him on Zillow. So, it is as if it is it has been cast upon them, and it covers them in such a way that they cannot escape it escape what they cannot escape, and Lilla villa.

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Scholars actually differ a little bit about these words

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of Lin Manuel masculina

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we know means disgrace this honor, humiliation to be in a state of disgrace and humiliation This is the law.

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However, is the law

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or an external trait

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or an internal trait? And this will become very important as we will see when we talk about modern times Lilla is it something internal or external?

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We will ask the same question about mascara. Is it internal or external? And what is the difference? If the law is humiliation and disgrace? Then what is mascara? Mascara?

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A lot of you know the word Miskin

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when we talk about miskeen usually we mean

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someone who is in need poverty. And this is why a lot of scholars talked about Miss Ghana being poverty

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or the Jews poor.

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Good question.

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And Miss Ghana,

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they talked about poverty.

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Many scholars then talked about not poverty of wealth, but poverty of the heart

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a type of internal Poverty and need.

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Again, Miss Skinner the word miskeen It is almost as if that person is always a miskeen or acting like a Miskin.

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A villa with a muscular

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robbery but I leave him with Villa to well Myskina Allah subhanaw taala is telling us that these things have been cast upon them and they are inescapable, it means that they will always be in a state of Villa and Miss Khanna and they earned the Wrath of Allah subhanahu wa taala whether will be thought of him in Allah

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if we say a villa is

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an internal trait,

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that means that it is that inside,

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in turn internally, they always have and feel this feeling of humiliation and disgrace.

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And then Miss Ghana, if it were to be external,

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it manifests itself that humiliation that they feel in themselves manifests itself as an external trait in terms of acting, dressing, and looking like a Miskin.

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That's how we would understand it. If the first was internal and the second was external.

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If we say the opposite and the law, humiliation is actually an external trait, an external characteristic

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some someone being disgraced and humiliated or not. When you think about the law, you think about it as the opposite of

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yes, those with knowledge of Arabic. The opposite of the law is

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Heiser honor,

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honor and strength.

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The opposite of disgrace and humiliation.

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If you think about dilla as something external, not something internal necessarily, you look at a person and you say this person is a disease,

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he has influence he is honored by people or the opposite, they are humiliated and disgraced. And then you look at Miss Cana as an internal trait to something in the heart something someone feels inside

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a sort of poverty and constant need

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All right.

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Although you better align him with Zillow well mascara, Allah subhanaw taala has covered them has cast these things upon them and they have earned the Wrath of Allah subhana wa Tada

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we must ask

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in the time that we are living in and this is critically important, how do we understand the oneness Khanna when we are talking about the Jews?

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The scholars have old they had no issues understanding this whatsoever. It was perfectly crystal clear.

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Because their reality

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was one where the Jews were humiliated and disgraced and weak and Misaki

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and guess what? This is the case for most of their history.

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Just like Allah subhanho wa Taala told us this is something that he casts upon them

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so someone very justifiably will ask but today

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does Villa and Myskina apply to them

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I see some people smiling

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are they at the lab? Are they Messiah keen?

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Some people may say Yes some people may say no What do you think? Yes or no?

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They are okay. still applies? Okay, how

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this brother

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How is it the case? Not because Allah Subhana Allah tells us in the Quran now we're trying to understand the phenomenon or the or the law or the Messiah keen or not

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they are

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by Howe

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okay. So, one brother says from the perspective of dunya they are not but from the perspective of accurate they are okay. But this Lila and mascara is it in dunya is in akhira.

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This is in dunya Allah Allah

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Yes, but

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also applies to them okay.

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The difference is

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today I use

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other people because they are in a situation where they are able to control

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because they have always been people of Riba.

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If you look at noon history, this is the first time that a monetary system which has been globally established on the foundations of riba So,

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that is why they always talk about anti semitism whenever there is a criticism of the institution's. This is why there was a revolt in Germany. Hitler when they came to power, they did

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control a lot of things in doing what is called the Weimar Republic. And it is also the same in Europe and the United States.

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So, they are still in a state of disgrace and humiliation and mascara. Yes, they are using other people too.

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Okay, Baraka Luffy

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one may rightly say,

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nowadays, they are not, they do not have they learned mascara,

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quite the opposite.

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They are in a high position, they're in positions of influence. In fact, they are influencing others and may

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They are influencing the whole world.

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And they have influence upon people in very high positions. And they have wealth and they have strength. And and and and?

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to answer that, and by the way, very, I would say, very intellectual

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and people of knowledge, have tried to answer this question. And it seems to be somewhat of a conundrum. Some may say it's an exception. It's an exception to the rule, the rule is the level Mosqueda Woba. mean Allah, this that we are living is an exception.

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And technically that is true, because, as we said throughout their history, their history is one of Villa and mascara.

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of humiliation disgrace, mascara wretchedness, you want to call it wretchedness,

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poverty, weakness of faith and weakness of

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Persona, whatever you want to call it.

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Their history is one of this. They were always persecuted Subhanallah by different people, and of course, by by different civilizations. And of course, once Christianity came along the persecution of the Jews, what was at the hands of the Christians, and this continued for centuries and centuries, and it was a purely religious persecution.

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And anti semitism is a purely an organically Christian phenomenon

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that objective Christian authors admit

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they have been at loggerheads for centuries. They were persecuted, they were killed, pogroms were indeed

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performed against them. They were also they received the ire of the Crusaders along with the Muslims.

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The Muslims and the Jews were persecuted, and were the target of the Christian Crusaders. So

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it is it's been this case for many, many, many centuries.

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This that we seem to be living seems to be an exception.

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An exception mentioned in the Quran that they are going to do the if sad, they are going to do corruption in the earth twice. And thus a lot of scholars say that the second time is now

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what punctuates their history are times where some people would help them.

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And this is why the famous Persian king mentioned in the bible Cyrus, this was like a seer he was a savior to them, because he saved them from the Babylonian captivity. So

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along with their history, they may have some examples of historical figures like this that may pull them out of this state of humiliation and disgrace. And Villa will mascara.

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This is why it seems Allahu Alem the correct way to understand this area

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is that this area

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is moot law. When we talk about

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especially the Tafseer of the Quran, some of the ideas we may call them Mukluk or Malacca and the others are mocha yard

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or Mocha yada.

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Mortlock means

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it is something broad

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and mocha yard is something that restricts

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so this area in Al Baqarah although Ribbit highly him with dilla will miss Ghana, where there will be heard of him in Allah this is a broad meaning.

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The meaning is restricted by the idea of earlier Imran.

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Where Allah subhanaw taala says Bori batalla II was delighted to Aina Murthy food in

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the Hubballi mean Allah will have an imminent say

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That idea is mocha yada, it is restrictive now.

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It will restrict the broader meaning in this area

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that I have earlier Milan says that the law is cast upon them wherever you find them.

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except illa be happy, literal translation, a rope

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except through

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a rope of Allah, or a rope

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of human beings of people.

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So there's an exception to the rule of the law and Myskina

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when Allah subhanaw taala gives them a rope to hold on to, or people give them that rope. In our days, it is very clear that what they have been given is a rope

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by people.

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If it wasn't for this aid, and assistance,

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then things would go back to the original state of affairs, which is the level of mascara and we know

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how the US props up the Zionist state of Israel

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and how they have given them billions and billions of dollars

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since the establishment in 1948.

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And of course, the aid they were given from before the establishment because the establishment was a turning point as well and this needed preparation for almost half a century as well.

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This is hardly meanness

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This is the assistance of the people for them. So Allah subhanaw taala said it to us and earlier on very clearly there is an exception and this is an exception

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but then he says we will be heard of him in Allah

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Tala human mascara, very similar idea to the I O we have now in this is during World War II with Allah him with Villa Well Miss Khanna Woba will be held up we mean Allah in that area. He mentioned bear will be thought of him in Allah first. And then

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we'll do rebirth highlight him and Myskina

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we may ask, why does one come before the other?

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And how do we now understand the rest of this idea?

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Borivali he was he never thought before Ellerbee Hubballi meaning ALLAH I'm not gonna go into too much detail detail but just that which relates to what we are talking about. In Level habla mean Allah wa habla minuteness so the disgrace and humiliation

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we may say they are not disgraced or humiliated now, because of Hughley mean Allah who have lived in a nice day they are humiliating

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and causing the Muslim Palestinians to be in disgrace, they are persecuting them the opposite because of Hubballi Minh Allah who have limitedness

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well above all, be humble be mean Allah, does this have an exception?

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They earned the Wrath of Allah. No.

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There is no exception. They're just like the eye of Al Baqarah. They earned the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala because of their doings, this is always this is according to the rule. While boring but Allah him LMS Kana he mentioned later

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not as part of the exception.

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So the humiliation was cast upon them except through the rope of Allah or a rope of view of people.

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And they earned the Wrath of Allah and

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Miss Khanna was cast upon them. So that one will Allahu Allah continues and cannot be lifted and there is no exception to it.

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And mascara and this corroborates the possibility that the love is an external trait.

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Is that person humiliated or disgraced? Depends nowadays doesn't look like they are because of habla mean hola habla meanness But Miss Khanna is an internal

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trait that continues with them until the Day of Judgment.

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A poverty insight, a feeling of need always

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the playing the victim as we see all the time. Subhanallah today

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they're always the victim even if they are the most wealthy, and they are the highest positions, you still feel they're playing the victim. This is mascara and mascara, well booty but Allah human mascara for that there is no exception. As for being in a state of supremacy or the opposite, this is where there is an exception, but for most of the time, as we said, they were in this in the state of the law and Myskina

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it was very few times where they actually rose to power and this is one of them.

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And to the extent that they have risen to power today, this is exceptional.

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And this is because of the aid and assistance that they are getting. If we understand the idea that way, everything becomes clear. What glory battalion was Zilla? Well, Mosca now will be heard of him in Allah, this is the general rule. And this is the broader idea, whose meaning is restricted by the eye of any camera

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and they earn the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala. And this is also constant and without exception. Why did they Why did Allah cast upon them these things and get angry with them, then it can be unknown can work for Runa Biya Tila, this is because they used to disbelieve in the Ayat of Allah subhanho wa Taala and this includes many things. First of all, pure disbelief, the cover

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that they exhibited,

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not believing in the

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verses of Allah subhanaw taala playing around with the verses of Allah subhanaw taala This is Cooper,

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playing around with the book of Allah azza wa jal hiding the truth.

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This is disbelief.

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Cafaro we I Atilla this believing

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in the miracles that Allah subhanaw taala gave them Allah gave them one miracle after another and they kept on refusing and rejecting this is crucial that it can be unknown Kapha Ruby Tila they mocked Allah.

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They mocked the miracles that He gave them

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utter disbelief.

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This is why Allah

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Baba Ali him surrounded them with ZIL Myskina

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and he was angry with them.

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Then it can be unknown Kefar will be a Atilla.

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What can you do? yaka? Toluna

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Nebby. Ina behavioral hack.

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they disbelieved in the verses and signs of Allah subhanaw taala. And they used to do what they used to kill the prophets of Allah subhanaw taala la Akbar.

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What kind of

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hard hearts do these people have?

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A person may find difficulty killing an animal

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slaughtering an animal.

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For a read for a good purpose with the permission of Allah subhanaw taala a person may find difficulty, much less killing another human being.

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Much less killing the best of humanity that Allah subhanaw taala sent for the guidance of humanity. It is unthinkable. How do you kill a prophet? By Allah?

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Furthermore, do you think the killing was an easy killing?

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Maybe a strict slaughtering like you slaughter an animal.

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Prophets were sold in half brothers and sisters sawed in half.

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This is not the Quran speaking the Bible says this.

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Allahu Akbar.

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What Kufa is this more confirm

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the killing of

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The Prophets

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be upon them all.

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Welcome to Luna and Bina behavioral hack.

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Who did they kill? So many of the prophets? How many exactly we don't know. Some of the narrations in the deficit mentioned very high numbers.

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Allah Allah Allah if this is indeed the case or not, is it authentic? Or is it exaggerated? Allahu Allah.

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But it is enough that they killed. We know that they killed so many of the prophets.

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We know for instance, that they killed Prophet Ilyas

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la Sena.

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This is mentioned in the Bible. He's mentioned as Elijah.

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He ran away from them.

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They were running after him to kill him. He had to escape.

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He escaped.

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And then after escaping, he started pleading to Allah subhanaw taala Oh Allah. They have killed so many of the prophets. I'm the only one left yeah Allah

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Isaiah, the Bible mentions Isaiah.

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Isaiah, it seems was also killed, he was sawed in half.

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Allahu Akbar.

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This is what they used to do. Kill the prophets of Allah.

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We know that they killed

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others as well. Some of the mentioned in the Bible that are not mentioned in Islamic sources.

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We know they killed Zachary Alehissalaam

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and his son yeah here either you must sell.

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Slaughtering, sowing.

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crucifying on trees, very gruesome

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types of killing is one of the best that Allah subhanaw taala chose. And of course, their attempt at killing Raisa Allah He set up.

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And this was the ultimate reason for the constant

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tension between Jews and Christians across the centuries, because they used to see them as the killers of Christ.

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Though we know he wasn't killed and Allah azza wa jal saved him.

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This is what they used to do. So they earned the love and mascara and the Wrath of Allah subhana wa Tada. These things that they did, they did after Musa Ali Salam later and they earned that leader as we said, it was mentioned therefore the reason mentioned

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that it can be in the home can we afford to lie way up to Luna and be either behavioral hack? They used to kill the profits without due right.

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Brothers and sisters?

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Is there a justification for killing a prophet?

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And why does he say without due right?

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Can you kill a prophet with right doctor hello Bill hack how biller? Is there such a thing.

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In grammar, Arabic grammar, sometimes we talk about something called Sefa Kashi, as opposed to sufa

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Mahasiswa or more Aida

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CIFA Mahasiswa. A certain characteristic or trait, adjective means that it is it's applies to this thing and it differentiates that from something else.

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Sofa Kashi for means

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that it is not to necessarily differentiate

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this noun or this object from something else but rather it is a treat which is always there.

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And it is always mentioned alongside it. So all killing of profits is necessarily behavioral hack.

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Like when Allah azza wa jal says, well thaw it in your key Ruby Jenna highy 11am Sudoku when he mentions birds that no

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that what? That flies using its wings,

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which word does not use its wings to fly.

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So this is not to differentiate, but rather just to show that this is always the case, birds fly using their wings. Your three will be Jenna Hi.

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Here as well, killing of profits can only be without right

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behavioral hack, but what it does do is that it shows the egregiousness of the sin, Shanna, and Fairleigh.

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The killing of the prophets, meaning they had no excuse or justification whatsoever, not in the sight of Allah nor in their deed, to kill these profits to Luna Nebby Yida behavioral hack

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Veronica B Massa, what can we do?

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This is because of

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their disobedience.

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And because of their transgression,

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the first lick, then it can be unknown. He was telling us the reason that they earned the Wrath of Allah. And they will and mascara is because they used to disbelieve in the Ayat of Allah. And they used to kill the prophets without right. And now he says, then he can be merciful. It couldn't be understood that they earned the Wrath of Allah and the villa and Mosqueda because of killing the prophets and their disbelief and because two more traits as well, because they disobey Allah azza wa jal, and because they transgress

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and transgression may be

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against Allah subhanaw taala and maybe against people as well.

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The other way we can understand this is that there is

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a succession here.

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They earn the land Mosqueda and the Wrath of Allah subhanho wa Taala because of

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their killing of the prophets and their disbelief.

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And their disbelief and their killing of the prophets was because

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of the fact that they used to disobey and they used to transgress.

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So now we have a succession. And this shows us brothers and sisters, the dangers, the dangers of disobeying Allah azza wa jal and transgressing.

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Because if we understand it that way, then the the thing that actually caused them to disbelief is the fact that they had this predilection it seems to disobey.

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They had this inclination to disobey in the first place, and who are they disobeying? Not some other human being? They're disobeying Allah azza wa jal.

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And this constant disobedience and constant transgression

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is what caused them ultimately, to disbelieve in Allah and ultimately, to have the audacity to commit one of the greatest crimes and this is the killing of the prophets.

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Daddy can be my awesome what can we do? Furthermore, you could see that there Cooper, there he can be unknown can we occluder the AR tila?

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This is a form of disobedience, then it can be my hustle.

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And they used to kill the profits. The next one.

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This is the Macan who Yatta Dude, this is the transgression, the killing of the prophets. And if that if we see it that way, then this is a case of for you. grammarians in the audience. This is the case of Leffe when Nisha Maura tab, as opposed to left when Usher Moshe wash, have you noticed these turn low?

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Key really quickly, you're mentioning

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two things here and you're mentioning two things here. And then you are relating the first thing, the first element in the first set to the first element in the next set. So this is more tab. It's in order, then you relate the second element in the first set, little bit of math to the second in the second set. This is

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In order, sometimes you will find love for inertia which shall wash in the Quran. So the first element in the first set will be related to the second in the second set, and the second to the first. I hope I haven't confused you.

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Delicate beam Bhima Azza wa can we attune? Very dangerous God forbid. And if the Muslim ummah or any other Ummah, for that matter, follows in their footsteps, where disobedience becomes something normal, God forbid

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and constant

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and there is transgression

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and no respect for the rights of others.

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Then this may lead to some of the major sins, some of the greatest sins will either be law and we know that the minor sins when they are done all the time, without repentance, without

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accountability. And it's done consistently they may lead God forbid to the major sins as well.

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Walaa to Allah Allah

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says Allah Allah for will Afia SallAllahu Sallam Oh baraka and Davina Muhammad, are desert from Allah who have

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any questions or comments?

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Just one question. So

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what was waiting for Brian is in the profit that came after Moses era. Lucia. They tried to

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we didn't say every prophet, but they killed many prophets. Yes. Many of them their prophets. The prophets have been nice. But yeah, yes, you're right.

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There were attempts. There were many attempts. Are they salatu? Salam, absolutely. So even if we say all the prophets can do the same, basically same message for Washington. So why is it not attempt to the same?

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So it's a good question. It clearly came.

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It clearly came later. And

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if we understand the idea, as we just said, their constant disobedience and transgression eventually caused them

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to be able to commit this unthinkable crime.

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So maybe at that time, they didn't get to that level. But their constant disobedience and constant transgression, eventually got them to that level where they were even killing

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the prophets. This may be one answer, by the way, Prophet Muhammad sallahu wa sallam.

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According to some scholars, we may say, the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam

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is a shahid in some ways.

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when he died, he said that he complained of the effect of the poison that was given to him by the Jewish woman.

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Right. And the Quran says affair Emerita

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Subhan, Allah, and the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam said in the authentic hadith when he tells his wife, he says that this is the time, I believe that this is the time where in my what my app Bahar is going to be cut, the abhart being the aorta.

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we may actually know the type of poison that that lady used,

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because there is a specific type of poison that will cause

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this rupturing of the aorta that the Prophet Allah mentioned.

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When he mentioned a one on one,

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so indeed,

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he may be a victim as well.

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Furthermore, we may say that

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later on,

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like during the time of Musa alayhis salam, they were still asking Musa alayhis salam for things and they were asking him, to pray to his Lord to give this and to do that.

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So he was, in a way, he was still almost like

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a help to them.

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And a savior. Later on a lot of those Prophets, peace be upon them all did their job, as did Musa alayhis salam. But maybe later on, they could not accept any more that these prophets were in joining them to good and forbidding them from the evil that they had gotten accustomed to. And this is what then gave them the audacity to do something like this. Because

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in a lot of the cases, and you read in the Bible as well, that a lot of these prophets were killed.

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It happened because they were doing their job of enjoying them to good and forbidding them from evil, and they didn't like that. And this is why Ilias had to escape, and others maybe had to run away, because they were after them. Because they were doing their job that Allah azza wa jal gave them the responsibility of calling them to guidance. And therefore sometimes, they figured it's just easier to kill them and get rid of them and they did.

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so each time seems like they always take two major sin anymore. So if you look, for example, at the 10 commandments, so you have no worship and stuff. So instead of associating someone that they will worship the cow was the associate worship worship one of these creations, and that second commandment.

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So they will not just a kidney the first time, but they will keep the best of the best.

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Or the third commandment. It's like, there will always be Yeah, it's like it's like they're challenging. They're challenging Allah subhanaw taala. And this is absolutely the case. And this is why we we can understand from

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the things they are asking of Musa Ali Salam in the in the desert of Sinai. They're challenging Allah. They're mocking the things that they have been given. And they constantly seem to be challenging.

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You know, Allah azza wa jal and Musa Ali Salam. Ask your Lord to give us this. Ask him for this. Ask him for that. Of course, mocha, this is classic. This is textbook example. Right? So all of these cases of disobedience. All of them include the mockery of Allah assertion and they're challenging of Allah. When Allah tells them Pulu Hepta and they say how Buffy, Shara or Hunter as we remember, crawling on their rear ends Allahu Akbar.

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And then you you think to yourself, how forgiving is Allah? How patient is Allah?

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Otherwise, you can just imagine Allah azza wa jal sending an earthquake upon them and blowing them to smithereens.

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Anything else?

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My question, just Brother,

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why are you speaking today?

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I couldn't start relating to the Muslim situation. So they because you can look at the message here

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is the Muslims I mean, let alone the Jews, but even the Hindus and the Buddhists.

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Okay, all right. If you look at the Muslims, today in the Muslim countries, corruption

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is everywhere. Don't keep that current

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daily rate. Don't keep too

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many aspects. So

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based on what you're saying, and how you be spending this time around,

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in this situation,

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Precisely so.

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We said the history of the Jews is one of the land masculina punctuated by very few

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moments of supremacy or strength, possibly two that Allah azza wa jal mentioned to us the major corruption, right, one in the past, and one that seems to be current now. This is necessarily at the time of weakness of Muslims.

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Because throughout the history where Muslims were strong,

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they were actually weak. They were in the state of

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Little Mosqueda

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in that state of weakness, this only can happen now, where the rise to such a level of corruption where the Muslims have

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not fulfilled their responsibilities and fell to the state of weakness that you are mentioning here.

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it's a state of estrangement as well, that the Prophet SAW Selim mentioned, when he said that Islam will again become strange as it was in the very beginning. And then you will have every one you just mentioned, others seem to be more powerful, influential as well, not just the Jews, right? Look at the state of Muslims, seemingly to be in the weakest state, right? This is Isn't this what the Prophet SAW Selim said that is that will again become strange. So necessarily, this second time of corruption of the Jews is going to happen when the Muslims are weak like this. How do we get out of it brother it's, it's like they got got out of the the original state of estrangement, which is the

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way the Prophet sallallaahu Sahaba got out of it, which is to hold on to Islam. cling on to Islam. cling on to the, the the Sunnah, right. cling on to it with your teeth as the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, this is the way out, right? This is the normal of the Hello unsaid that we were a people disgraced.

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And he used the word that the left Avila Allah azza wa jal gave us a Riza an honor through Islam.

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As long as we seek such honor and dignity is through something other than Islam, Allah will disgrace us. This is the golden rule.

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No man needs to come back to the religion

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that is in general.

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Then, what does coming back to the religion mean in specific

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and making it relevant to our times? This is our job now. As Muslims practicing Muslims, as there is as scholars as influencers, this is a broad slogan, come back to Allah come back to the deed. Yes, we all agree. How do we do so? We start implementing the Sunnah that's still general, Give me specifics. What else do we do? How does the OMA now advance in all fields?

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All of this was done by the Prophet SAW Selim and the Sahaba when this clung to the religion, and they understood their religion, comprehensively, not as little things here and there. Islam means a few things to this brother, a few things to that sister know, Islam is a comprehensive way of life. And how we get back, this is a much longer discussion, the famous question of why did we regress Why did Muslims regress and others progress? Right? You need books? To answer that question, but the big and brief answer is that we are not practicing already we are far from our deen and thus, not only the Jews, but every other people is higher than us. Subhanallah on the civilizational ladder,

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especially if we look at civilization as a material concept. Allah Allah Allah.

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I think it will be difficult to continue with questions and comments with that lovely smell of food and drink. I think people are now asking with their tummies instead. Baraka Luffy come from Allah subhana, Colombo, Van Dijk, masha Allah, Allah, Allah and Mr. Pharaoh Cara Juana to buoy the

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