Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir al-Baqarah #27 – A Comprehensive Covenant

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The legal system of Islam is against the Moabid and the need for a legal system being against the Moabid and the need for a legal. The legal system being against the Moabid and the need for a legal statement "has nothing to sue" is a common pattern in modern times. The importance of parents in bringing their children to Islam is emphasized, along with the need for support for those who have children. The segment also touches on the negative impact of parents' actions on children, including their actions on children and the need for parents to be true to their beliefs. The segment ends with a brief advertisement for a song.
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to speak on so you didn't know what he meant we know

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that he was talking to you at 30 or even one and 37 in El Medina.

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Subhanallah Milena Ilana Valentina in Hollywood Hakeem Robicheaux the surgery was silly and revalued raka Thurmond Lisa near for who humbly? I praise a lot of mighty and I said 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 I mean, glory be to you Oh Allah, no knowledge of we accept that what you have taught us. Indeed you are the All Knowing the on wise. My dear brothers and sisters As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. In sha Allah, everybody is doing well. We continue with the Tafseer of Surah Baqarah.

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And we have come to the following Aya Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran, bow, we will learn National Planning regime Smilla rahmanir rahim.

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why they do CORBA when Lea time Misaki worku all in C husen. We're happy Musala

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In this ayah Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions the Mita. Again, the covenant

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between him and Benny surah. As

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we said, however, before that, in this section of verses, Allah subhanaw taala is now talking to the Jews at the time, that are concurrent with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But this is a reminder of the meetup, the covenant taken with their ancestors, and ultimately with them as well. But now he's reminding them what is a hudna and remember, when we made a covenant with a hugging them you felt when you struck a covenant when Benny is robbing in this case, their ancestors? What about? Well, we mentioned the covenant before

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some of the details of the covenant that was taken some of those details we find in this ayah that we are dealing with today

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in a former Iowa and we talked about Allah azza wa jal raising the mountain above them and threatening them with the mountain in order to get them to succumb and submit and heed the Command of Allah subhanaw taala about taking the book with strength and determination.

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We mentioned then, a narration on the authority of urban Zaid ibn Zayd that is usually mentioned in the book of poverty is Abdur Rahman Ibn Zayd Aslam so he mentioned in this narration, long narration a conversation between Musa alayhis salam and his people how when he came back to them after going to Japan tour, and then he comes to them and he tells them, this is the book of Allah take it was mentioning that and why the tablets take what Allah has given you.

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In it are His commands and His prohibitions which you should abide by. And of course, they didn't accept we mentioned the whole nourish and then I'm not going to repeat it, but I'm just going to remind you of it for a good reason. And that is that

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he tells them this and they refuse and they reject and why should we take your word for it? Why does it Allah speak to us? We want to see Allah directly. And it continues just like the verses of Surah Baqarah as we explained before, and then it gets to the level of them being resurrected from the dead. And Musa Ali Selim says, take the book, and they say no. And he says, What's wrong with you? Are you okay? Why do you keep rejecting and they say, We were dead and now we have been resurrected. That's what's wrong. In other words, you know, we have another chance, another chance to defy again.

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And again the Halawa Illa. So then, Allah azza wa jal raises the mountain above their heads, take the book who

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couldn't be Kuwa

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take it with strength or with determination. So they finally submitted and they said they will take it. And then Evan Zaid recites This is what Meetha Benny is right here. This is the metok.

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And he recites it all the way up until one Allahu Bihar fill in time alone to the next page, and the verses about the fighting the infighting between many Israel, which we will get to Inshallah, possibly next time.

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And he says, At the end of the narration, had they taken the book in the first place, they would have taken it without me

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without a covenant. So notice here, the reference to the covenant seems to be a negative thing. Meaning there didn't have to be a covenant between them and Allah, Allah didn't have to take me back from them, if they were truthful, and if they did not renege. The Jews, especially nowadays keep talking about the Covenant as something positive. They have a covenant with Allah subhanaw taala. Even Zaid says, had they taken the book the first time and obeyed Allah, there wouldn't be a need for a covenant in the first place.

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Okay, so this is why we mentioned this narration. We're in a hot dinner, Anita Kidani is robbing the mythos of the covenant of Benny straw in

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LA will do that in the law.

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So the first part of this covenant is not to worship anyone besides Allah Subhanahu wa tahaa.

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Notice however interestingly,

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especially for the the Arab files, the connoisseurs of the Arabic language, do you notice something interesting here last time we're doing that in the law

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there's a difference. What's the difference?

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Oh, Mashallah. Mashallah, someone has read that we're doing a Ilala that is cover letter will do is

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its navy, right? Yeah, it's a prohibition Exactly. So, when he says, taboo, do not Allah technically and you will not find this in any of at least the translations that I saw. Less taboo, do not Allah is not the prohibition which is do not worship anyone besides Allah. In Arabic actually, it is a harbor meaning it is a fact Allah is mentioning it as a fact letter we do not Allah if it was a prohibition, he would have said law taboo due to our Gu do in law Allah

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for grammatical reasons, that I will not go into now, just so we can move on. But he mentions it as a fact. But how as part of the mythique

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and make it easier to understand in another Pyrrha in another recitation and authentic one.

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It goes, now yeah, we do not is Allah said of last taboo, so there Allah is not talking to them. In other words, the second person is talking about them in the third person, and technically the whole area

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is in the third person in the sense that Allah is is talking about many slaley to the Muslims. What is it 100 Musa Bani Israel?

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So if you say what he has done is Rocky, la Yagoona in Allah.

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It makes a little bit more sense. Now. Nya Abdullah Abdullah, meaning they do not worship anyone besides Allah subhanahu wa taala. But now this is a Mita. This is a covenant Allah is not telling us that they did not worship anyone besides Allah, because we know of course, that actually they did worship others besides Allah and they worship the cat, as we know. But when you look at it in terms of the Meetha, scholars of the fsid and language said, here he's mentioning it as a harbor as a fact. Meaning to

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See, there's no need to prohibit. This is clear and self evident, that no one is to be worshipped. besides Allah azza wa jal you He does not need to prohibit it in the first place. So he mentioned it as a harbor as a fact, Leia, Abu Duna Illa Allah Allah took the myths out from them, that they do not worship anyone besides Allah, and that they are that we are dealing with. Lai Tao guna in Allah, you do not worship anyone besides Allah. And it is clear from this cover from this fact that this is a prohibition to worship anyone. besides Allah subhanho wa Taala Lanta will do in the in the law.

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This is the most important obligation.

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Do whatever you want. Read the Quran from beginning to end, A to Z cover to cover, think, read, analyze, do everything you want.

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You will come back to this most important truth. In fact, the most powerful and unequivocal, an axiomatic of truths, that there is no one to be worshipped except Allah azza wa jal that Allah is the one and only and that he has no partner. And this is the this is the ultimate obligation.

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And everything else is secondary.

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And that's why, when we talked last time about Bellarmine, Casa Yida taboo, how to be happy.

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We mentioned that this is shit.

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Because that is the ultimate sin. Out of that when it's around someone,

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they cannot get out of it.

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If you worship none, but Allah subhanho wa Taala you may sin, and you may fall into the trap of the shaper.

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But ultimately, you seek forgiveness from Allah, you continue to strive, you continue to struggle.

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And God willing, you will be of the dwellers of Paradise eventually.

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Even if you were a sinner, why, because of this ultimate obligation and ultimate truth letter on Gu Duna Illa Allah

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don't worship anyone but Allah subhanho wa taala. And when you do that,

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then everything else

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comes after that.

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But when that obligation itself you have not fulfilled then everything else doesn't matter either. You can be the best person anyone has ever seen.

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People talk about you day and night. You have millions of followers. People praise you day and night, for your knowledge for your clock and your manners and your etiquette and your love and your amicability and all of that.

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It doesn't matter an iota

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if there is a problem between you and Allah, and that problem is you are worshipping others besides him. That's why you go through the whole Quran. Go through it, peruse it, you will always find that this is the ultimate thing, the most important obligation, the ultimate right? Is the right of Allah, the first strike before anything else, the ultimate priority. Allah before anything else. We live in a world

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where the site Geist

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is everyone but Allah.

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The spirit of the time we live in

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everything, but Allah doesn't matter. As long as you're a good person, and as long as you are truthful, and as long as you don't harm anyone.

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Nobody cares. You pray, you don't pray. You worship Allah, you worship a cow, you worship a rat, you worship a tree, you're an atheist, you're an agnostic, nobody cares. Isn't that what people say today?

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The Quran says no. This is the first thing and this is what we deal with in the Dawa.

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First and foremost, Who is your Lord? Who do you worship?

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So he mentioned that as number one, he mentioned now many other things interestingly, but number one is this law, in the law, the ultimate right, and that is to worship Allah without any partners.

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letaba duna Illa Allah, who have been widely they need salah.

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And then after this, and juxtaposed with

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or after the right of Allah azza wa jal, many times in the Quran, the rights of your parents, the next most important, right, those who most deserve

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your dutifulness, your patience, your help,

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your parents will worldly, they need Santa being good to our parents.

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And this is why, in many of the verses, after Allah, Allah subhanaw taala, we mentioned the parents. It's interesting.

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Most of the time, we hear and we read that one of the most important reasons for mentioning the parents after Allah subhanho wa Taala

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is that there is a similarity between the parents and Allah, in what way

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in that Allah subhanaw taala is the one who brought you into existence. And if it wasn't for Allah bringing into existence, you wouldn't exist

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in Santa Hino minute, the real me I can show you Malcorra.

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And similarly, if it wasn't for your parents, you would not exist.

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So we see that similarity and thus, their rights are the most important and the greatest of rights after the write of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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commonly mentioned, maybe a valid point. Interestingly enough, Cyril menar,

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he decides to

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bash that point,

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saying that this is not the case. This is not why they are the most deserving of your dutifulness after Allah subhanaw taala. And it goes into the many reasons for that, some of which are practical reasons, which that there are a lot of parents who, let's just say and put it very mildly, did not want or expect

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that particular child or those particular children,

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and maybe some did not even want children, but Allah azza wa jal granted them and provided them children,

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but rather dutifulness comes from everything they did for you, in raising you, and being patient with you, in a time, where you couldn't do anything for yourself, where you were so weak and unable,

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that it was their care that made you what you are today. And for that reason, their rights are the greatest after the right of Allah subhanahu wa taala.

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And just mentioning them after Allah, what an accolade. Is there anything greater than that? The rights of the parents? When will Why do they need Santa?

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this is something that we need to always keep in mind, especially again at a time where you see the way children deal with their parents. You see that it is very far from what Islam says, Islam commands and the precepts of Islam dictate. Where are the parents in our lives? Do we truly take care of them and look after them and are dutiful towards them the way we should be?

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The way Allah subhanaw taala commanded the way many of the Sahaba and the Tabea even looked after their parents. No comparison. So many parents today, and unfortunately, even Muslim parents, ultimately those who eventually take care of them are the homes, nursing homes, and maybe hospitals because the children decided

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gets too much. So your parents were taking care of you when you were unable when your parents now are in a similar situation that you were in when you were young? No, you don't have time you have more important things. You have a wife, or maybe wives, and children, and priorities and jobs, and money and things to take care of so the others can take care of the strangers can take care of the parents, Hannah carob, where is where midwifery the near Santa? Where is what I tackle Lahoma off.

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And I'm sure all of you know that the scholarship Tip series said, if there was a word

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that is even less than oath, that it would have been mentioned. In other words off here, it's not an actual off. It's the least

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the least kind of refusal,

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or dissatisfaction that you display with your parents, while at Taco Lahoma off, do not say to them off. So it means when you're when your father or mother asked you to do something,

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and you don't even say off. But you just kind of like,

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you know, maybe you do a hand gesture. This is like

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this satisfaction.

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It's not easy. It's not easy

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to Allah taco Lahoma.

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And, yes, we're not angels. I'm not an angel.

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Are you an angel? Are you an angel? Nobody is an angel here. And your parents are not angels either.

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So just like you're not an angel, your parents are not angels. Yes. Maybe sometimes parents can be difficult.

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They're not angels. They're not perfect.

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But do you know how many times you were difficult, and they took care of you and they were patient with you? What will you earn in the end?

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Being good to your parents. If Allah subhanaw taala, obligated dutifulness towards one's parents, even if they try to get you to disbelieve? Do you now believe in the importance of mineral wealth?

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In other words, if your parents hypothetically, and in sha Allah, none of your parents are doing that hypothetically are trying to get you to become a disbeliever.

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Allah azza wa jal still says, Be good to them in this life. Also Hebrew word for dunya. Allah

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Subhana Allah, is there anything worse than Shem? This belief that we were just talking about now, nothing worse, if your parents are trying to compel you and force you into disbelief, to not obey them in that, but big to them be nice to them in this life?

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When you think about that as Subhanallah then you think yes, oh my god. This is the the right of parents upon their children. This is why I believe a lot of non Muslim parents may become Muslim because of their children. Because their children become the diametrical opposite. Here is a child that was the worst with their parents. As soon as they enter into Islam, their life changes, their luck, change. All of a sudden, their parents mean something to them.

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And the parents cannot believe it.

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What happened What got into my child is never treated me like this his whole life or her whole life. And when they know that the reason is Islam.

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They will accept Islam.

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why would why do they need sir? I'm just saying a few words about each of these points in the meta. Otherwise as you will know each of these points deserves a football on its own. Right.

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What will Why do they need Santa

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was important.

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So the right of Allah, then, the right of your parents, who is next, the write off noodle bar by bar by the relatives, the closest of kin.

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As when

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A man asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who is most deserving of my duty. My my being dutiful towards them. So you said your mother then whom? Your mother then whom your mother three times, then your father. In an in one narration then he says, and then whoever is closer to you. So who's next? Your grandparents? Your brothers and sisters, your uncles and aunts?

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Oh shit, what are you talking about? I haven't talked to my uncle in 10 years.

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Or, I've never met my aunt, or I haven't spoken to my brother or sister in years. You know, Eli, the Hello.

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A brother or sister?

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Brothers not talking to each other for years.

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With beards down to here.

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And films I don't know how to wear and hurts.

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What's happening?

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You You haven't heard these things? Or is this not part of our Islam?

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Kinship relations Ville CORBA. selector rahem. Everyone has heard of Senator Ryan.

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The importance of the relatives as well. And in being dutiful to them, you're being dutiful to your parents as well.

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Where is that in our lives?

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Brothers and sisters not talking to each other. It's unfathomable. I don't care what he did.

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I don't care what she said.

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They are your brother or your sister, your aunt or your uncle's or your grandparents. All of this you put behind you.

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You're forgiven. Forget, if you cannot forgive and forget with those closest to you. Maybe with your own parents.

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How can you be good to everyone else? No. We live in a world where yes.

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That person is excellent with everyone else. But then the worst with their parents.

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And this is the ultimate argument.

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The ultimate argument for people who say, Oh look,

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they're so well behaved. They're so nice. They're so well wishing Yes, with everyone who is not important with everyone who's a stranger.

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But then when it comes to those with the greatest right upon them, they don't even know that starting with Allah

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and then the parents and then the relatives.

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So in this ayah my brothers and sisters, Allah mentions first himself, then the parents, then the relatives they have CORBA and then Alia tama and then and Messiah King.

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This is one of the ultimate arguments to solve one of the conundrums of the age, especially in the Muslim ummah. And that is

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someone being

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ostensibly practicing,

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always wearing a hat and a full, big beard.

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But there are lots think,

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have you come across these please raise your hand. Don't be shy or modest. Raise your hand if you have come across these types of people.

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not that many Alhamdulillah. Okay. Some people I think are a little bit shy. So what is it? Well, it's someone who seems to be very religious. They pray maybe their five prayers in the masjid Allahu Akbar.

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Maybe they're half of Quran.

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Everything about their appearance tells you Dean Dean Dean Islam. Then you look at their Haluk

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garbage, garbage. Just a walking Auntie Daria,

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the opposite of a Daria. You see him you don't want to become Muslim. Because of their luck. Because of their hard hearts. They have no affection. They have no sympathy they have no love.

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hard hearts, but Subhan Allah when it comes to worshiping Allah being in the masjid, everything

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this day

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Disconnect is very strange.

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And again, it's one of the phenomena of this age

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how do you solve it, look at the ir na ta will do nothing Allah

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this is the relationship between me and Allah.

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the rest is what the relationship with people

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they go hand in hand deal and a HELOC

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being religious and behavior and a HELOC, they go hand in hand there is no disconnect there only in your mind

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or in your misbehavior.

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And this is a long topic. And for that I have a separate or two separate

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talks that you can refer to insha Allah on my channel

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because it is something else, okay. And there's a lot to unpack there. So, I suggest you refer to those talks. But this is what we see in the eye again, they go hand in hand, being religious, outwardly and having

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with human beings, but Allah azza wa jal gave it to us, in that order, your parents, then your relatives, the importance of silica rockin, okay.

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You want every blessing in your life.

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Be good to your parents, and then to the closest of kin.

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What is Baba, when we attend?

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Who's next and the uttama the orphans?

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And we know how important this is. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I am the one who takes care of the orphans are like these two fingers in paradise. Where are those who will take care of the orphans? Why is the orphan even before the miskeen because the orphan again, the orphan is young, we're talking about a child, we're talking about someone who has not reached the age of puberty, because this is the definition of an orphan, someone who has lost their father. According to many scholars, some may say father and mother, but most say the one who lost his or her father, before the age of puberty, this is the team.

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So they're a child. They need care, like no other the miskeen maybe an older gentleman. Yes, they may be in need, but they might be able to try to help themselves to work to seek help for the orphan, who is going to look after the orphan. The Orphan lost the very important caretaker at a time when they very much needed them, before they reach the age of puberty. When the itama

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the orphans, and of course, the orphans and the Messiah kin are part of the week, the category of the week, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us in the authentic hadith, that if we take care of them,

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that this is the way to victory and glory. Allah azza wa jal will grip give glory to this room and raise it

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when they take care of their weak

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Is that what this woman was doing? When the Atacama?

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Well Messiah keen and those in need? Those who maybe do not find

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a meal to eat, they don't know where their next meal is coming from. They're constantly thinking about how to take care of themselves or their families and their children

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and Messiah kin.

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So we'll Korba will your wedding Messiah King, this is what we are supposed to do. We are supposed to help

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and take them out of the situation they're in. Then.

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We'll call in

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and say good things to people. Lead nurse. All people were calling nurses.

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Saying goodbye to all people, believer or disbelievers, the nurse or all people will Kulu leanness, yes. Now.

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Notice, right after Allah azza wa jal is telling us about the rights of all of these people.

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Okay, I am not at the moment capable of helping this, your team or this miskeen at least say something nice because it will enhance your house now, you don't have something you can help out with.

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Like to have for them smile in their face give them hope.

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In a

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hadith, which hooks authenticity maybe in question the Prophet sallallahu Sallam tells the man if you want to soften your heart,

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then rub the head of a team put your hand on the head of an orphan Subhanallah making that contact even

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giving them that confidence that it'll be okay. If you maybe cannot help

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we're cool in nursing is now seeing good

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Ibn Abbas Ravi Allahu Allahu Allah said

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if Pharaoh

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said says to me BarakAllahu li

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i will say to him what fique

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a bit Ibis of the hola on Houma commenting on this. He says if the town says Baraka last week, may Allah bless you, I will say and you may Allah bless you.

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This is what pullulan

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right? Say good to people.

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If he's saying good say good back.

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Allah azza wa jal asked and commanded Musa and Harun Allah Hema Salah to go to Pharaoh, right? Alibaba Kotori comments on this? He says Allah commanded Musa and Harold GO TO SAY WHAT TO HIM

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see to him something soft, maybe then he will remember.

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So he says, the person who is going to speak will not be better than Musa and Harun and he must salah and the person they're speaking to me will not be worse than frown.

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So say good Kulu Linda.

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Rahul will nurse your persona,

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very important Subhan Allah and all of these things. Of course, these are commands nobody saw you. This is all part of the mythique but we identify with it. Why? Because we have the same for this ummah.

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Did not Allah azza wa jal tell us Unsworth and Nisa wha boo don't Allah, Allah to Sheikh who will be he she

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will be the

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woman Why do they need Santa will be they will Korba well yet, well, Misaki. Right. It's the same, but in the in the ion. So let me say he continues. He talks about the neighbor as well. And the friend. But you see, it's the same sequences essentially the same meetup

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which makes it all the more egregious. That Benissa in did not fulfill this covenant.

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This is something ALLAH is commanding you.

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And Allah is commanding you to now do the same thing in Islam. It's no different. It's not like Allah azza wa jal is commanding you to something completely different than the original meet up that Allah had taken from you.

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Who will liveness your personal

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happiness to soccer

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and establish the prayer and the saqa Subhanallah Bani Israel? Yes, when he saw

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all nations, the commands are essentially the same.

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Because Allah azza wa jal sent all of the Prophets and Messengers peace be upon them all with the same essential message, worship none but Allah subhanahu wa taala declares the Oneness of Allah, and then all of these other things, be good to your parents. These are part of the 10 commandments.

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The 10 commandments

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that were given to Musa alayhis salam that you find

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and the Old Testament

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that you

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should honor thy mother and thy father. Yes, of course. This is the return from the covenant. Wa Kimo Salah to Zakka. Yes, it's there.

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Even if you don't find it, it's in the covenant established the prayer. And we talked about this because it came in the beginning of the section where Allah azza wa jal is talking about Benissa. Here again, what a theme of Salah was to Zeca zikr also, yes, of course, it's a council

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circa was also an obligation upon many and upon all of the nations.

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The message is essentially the same. Usually we talk about it in terms of aqidah but now also in terms of the commands. They were also commanded to do. Zakka they were also commanded to fast you in Edina and then quotevalet como Surya Kumar cultiva, Allah Lavina Makaveli come, fasting is prescribed upon you as it was prescribed upon those before you it's the same.

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And Hajj as well

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would say there, Rahim, Ali Salam, they are the same brothers and sisters.

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And this shows you the unity of religion

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when it is unadulterated and uncorrupted. If you go back to the original message, and teachings of all of these prophets, be they are isa Ali Salam or Musa alayhis salam are those that came before essentially the same minor differences, minor differences here and there, but these are the go soon. These are the fundamentals of worship and the commands of Allah subhanaw taala they are the same everywhere.

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Then we talked about the importance of Salah and the importance of Zika and the juxtaposition of the Salah and this occur, why they are together always Salah and Zika, right? We talked about all of this, and we elaborated upon it before. Well people Salah to Zika Thumma Talalay to Cali Elam, Ming come one tomorrow, they'll do

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notice here SubhanAllah.

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In the beginning,

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it was the mention of the media companies, Ravi

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speaking to the Jews

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of the time, about their ancestors, talking about them in the third person. And now all of a sudden, through meta well later on, then you turn the way you turned away.

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Illa alila mean complex except a lot of you. There's an exception except a few of you. Were into what are you doing?

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So they were turning away. And they were rejecting this covenant that Allah azza wa jal took from Venezuela.

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And this is what caused many of the professors read from the Sahaba and the tablet to say that this portion of the AFM meta when Latham This is talking to the Jews of the time you turned away. So in other words, he's talking to them, he's reminding them of them a third of their ancestors. And they may thought that he's taking from them now. He says to them, you turned away

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he's chastising them for turning away and rejecting

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St. Allah says this is this is where you start to unlock the secrets of LT fat,

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LT fat being

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from one person to another, the grammatical person, first person, second person, third person. So Allah shifted from the third person talking about when you throw in

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and the mythique with their ancestors.

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And then he started speaking to them directly through metta when NATO and this is why many of them have a Syrian understood that as to mean that you the Jews at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam turned away and rejected.

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Finally, notice through matawa later in Carnelian

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and exception the teachers, all people and Muslims included

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did not to overgeneralize look at the precision of the Quran in Pali lambing calm. Yes, there were a few that did not. But most turned away. But some of you accepted

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some meta well later in law kalila

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This is how a Muslim speaks of Muslim is precise, doesn't generalize to everything.

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Of course we see

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we see some major problems with generalizations nowadays.

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One person of a

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particular nationality, there's one thing with you and all of a sudden, all people have that nationality, they are thieves. Allah can put one person in it and the whole race is destroyed.

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Why do we generalize like this? In Killeen? That may come even when Allah azza wa jal is chastising the Jews. He still will say in the pallida Minco there are a few that were not like that thermometer will lead to me luckily learning to Mirabelle Allah Allah Allah, what is a Kamala hyaluron masala Allah wa salam O Allah Tala Molina Muhammad

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