Tafsir Juz 28 #33 – Al-Tahreem 5

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In 100, in more than one style I want us to feel when I will be learning truly unforeseen. I wanna see Nina

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woman young fellow who was had one in Hola Hola. Hola. Hola, shall we? What shall you Amina Mohammed Abdullah Vasu Subhan Allah Allah Allah Allah.

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Allah will Hakeem, along with ocarina if you need

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to become a to accompany

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me which a fellow Quran a female Yama pm at

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Allah, we praise a lot of meetings and prayers and blessings upon the final messenger and mercy sent to all of humanity be blessed Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah's praise and blessings be upon him, his noble family, righteous companions and all those that follow them until the day of judgment in sha Allah.

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Glory be to You all know no knowledge have we accept that what you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to open our hearts and our brains and our ears, to the number Quran and help us to implement it in our life. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make this gathering sincere for his sake, and one that the angels surround

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Allah subhanaw taala bless this gathering with mercy and tranquility and so on, and that Allah azza wa jal bring us together and the highest of paradise with our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and each other and all those that we love for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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My dear brothers and sisters, we continue with the scene of Surah taurine. And

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we are we finished verse eight last time. It's a long verse, but it has great meanings. So this is why we spend time on it. If Allah wills will try to finish the surah today in sha Allah.

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Any homework before I begin any homework from last night? I don't think so. We know we got through without homework somehow. Okay.

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I'm sorry.

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There is no ransom judgment.

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Oh, was it Okay. Okay. And what was the question? Like, which says that there's no ransom and very good, okay. What which verses?

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Okay, definitely in that sense, there are many verses that mentioned the one standing on the day of judgment or the lack of ransom or have the ability of anyone to ransom themselves. But the one that is mentioned in certain Bacala is very clear. mentioning that there is no Sherpa there is no intercession and there is no ransom you cannot pay a ransom either. And then you have you seen sort of lacquer in one verse. He put the started with Chef ah.

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And then he mentioned the ransom. And the other one, he reversed it. And this is a good homework question. Why isn't it?

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What is the wisdom behind it?

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Okay, I'll tell you the verse Surah, Al Baqarah.

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Allah Most times says, let's see.

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I'll give you the verse so you can look it up

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do you know which words I'm talking about are not yet

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no, no, no, no, not the last verse.

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Verse 5060. Letter C 16.

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but it's somewhere around there

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go through the English

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Verse 48

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And the other one is.

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The other one is 123 48 and 123.

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See the

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one point is

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very similar right

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only differences the order of the ransom and the intercession why

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you can try to get an answer

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we go back to source the creme

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de la Mer sizes in verse number nine. Our builder he Minashi upon emoji Bismillah Hiroshima and you're walking

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you have been Yoda he didn't go fell well, Mona if you're clean our no

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else we owe profit strive against the disbelievers and the hypocrites and be harsh upon them. And their refuge is hell and wretched is the destination. Allah subhanaw taala speaks to his noble Prophet, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him. And he commands him to strive. And this striving is the Arabic word of jihad. And this jihad is clearly the physical jihad against the disbelievers, and the hypocrites. And we have no shame to mention the word jihad. In fact, we should be proud, as other people mentioned their own jihad with pride. Allah has commanded us prophets of Allah Azza love to do that deed, which is most beloved to Allah subhanaw taala. And as the Hadith the Prophet

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Muhammad, Allah tells us, is the pinnacle of Islam, and that is jihad, to fight for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala to get to the level of love of Allah subhanho wa Taala and your supporters and hate of the enemies of Allah subhanho wa Taala that you are ready to fight for his sake

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and in every ideology, when you are ready to die for a cause. Isn't that usually something praiseworthy?

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Forget Islam. Now, let's talk about all other ideologies, whether it's, it's communism, or democracy, or the you know, freedom and human rights that they fought for in Africa and in South Africa, let's say against apartheid and so on. People fought for the rights people were ready to die for a principle, is that usually mentioned in a blameworthy or praiseworthy manner?

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praiseworthy? Does anyone say

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that, you know, so until we're ready to die for his cause? In a way that they're blaming them? No, of course not. Subhanallah the way you have any ideology is reversed. And even us now our heads and our heads have a lot of dust and

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they have been polluted with ideas because of the mass media and so on. So now we ourselves when we when we talk about jihad, it's almost like something that we are innocent of our

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jihad is the pinnacle of Islam, and it is

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a privilege and an honor. If Allah subhanaw taala grants that to someone that they are able to fight for the cause of Allah subhanaw taala and more so to be martyred for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala so Allah azza wa jal is commanding us prophets Allah Allah azza wa jal he then could follow on wound after clean workflow. strive against the in jihad,

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the disbelievers and hypocrites and be harsh upon them. The jihad against the kuffar the disbelievers is by fighting. Is it the same for the hypocrites?

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No, because the hypocrites are treated as Muslims. And this is one of the great principles of Islam is that we do not

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open people's hearts,

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do a surgery and take out the heart and see if they're Muslim or not. They are claiming to be Muslim, they are declaring their faith in their Islam. So we treat them in that which is apparent to us.

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There is a whole other story.

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We treat them here as if they are Muslims. But on the day of judgment, they are in the lowest of hellfire. In other words, in the worst punishment, there are punished even more harshly than the disbelievers as the Quran pulled us because they found the disbelievers though they acted as if they were part of them. And indeed, they probably got a lot of rights and privileges because they were treated like Muslims, but in reality, they are the worst enemy to the Muslims. So they will have their punishment

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in the Hereafter, but here we treat them as Muslims. So what does it mean to strive against them in jihad? Jihad against the disbelievers is physical Jihad

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and fighting.

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Striving and jihad against the hypocrites, is why, what? By the pen

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by mouth by Fudger. Right? By clear argumentation and proof and evidence, which is the jihad against the one African, you see the difference? They, the question may be well, then why is it mentioned in this way it shows you that, in this case, though the word itself is one, the meaning is different, the jihad against the disbelievers is different than the jihad against the hypocrites. But Allah azza wa jal juxtaposed dimensioned here why because they both disbelievers is a hypocrite, I believe. They're both disbelievers, and they both will be punished by Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And they both are enemies of Allah, and Muslims. However

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the hypocrites when they are mentioned along with the disbelievers now,

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and supposedly the Muslims don't know who is a hypocrite and who is not. It is a real

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shaker for them for the hypocrites who are living amongst the Muslims, who are reading the Quran, who came to know at the time of revelation that Allah has revealed such verses where he has juxtaposed their mentioned with the COFA it is scary for them

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that maybe they will be exposed. We talked about sweat and will not record and how they every shout and every scream and commotion they think it's against them right? They're so afraid that they're going to be exposed and that people are going to discover that they are actually hypocrites and not believers and so on. So here Allah azza wa jal juxtaposed I mentioned that it really casts fear into their hearts, that they might be with the disbelievers or that one day, the Muslims might treat them like the disbelievers on the other side, and fight against them in jihad. But it was scary for them. And it is a call for them to not be like those as they know the truth but they hit it

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just to follow one after clean. Wow, love it him and be harsh upon them.

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in itself

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is not a quality of this religion.

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Except against those who deserve harshness.

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be they the disbelievers are the hypocrites.

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This religion is a religion of mercy. Allah subhanaw taala is the most merciful and His mercy as the Hadith mentioned, His mercy wins over his wrath.

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So there's one example. Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam as the Quran tells us was sent as a mercy to all of humanity. This religion is mercy after mercy, and even for the ones who don't follow it.

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But this does not mean brothers and sisters, but there is no harshness in the religion also, it's a complete religion. It's a balanced religion. And let us not talk about Islam

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only from one side.

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And definitely please, for the sake of Allah subhanaw, Taala and yourself, do not

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do not skew the the meanings of this religion.

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And don't try to make it out as if the religion

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is one that

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has no strength

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or harshness in it. It's a complete religion, it cannot not have harshness, harshness against those who deserve harshness is praiseworthy, right?

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It's supposed to be that way. Otherwise, it would be

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a weak religion.

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As opposed to other people who say that religion is supposed to be a message of love for all and only that.

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Can it be that way?

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Can we love let's say Satan.

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You cannot love Satan. You have to hate Satan. You have to be harsh against them. You have to live your life as an enemy of the shaper and as an enemy of those who have declared their enmity against Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu sallam. This is actually proof of love of Allah and you

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messenger SallAllahu Sallam this is clear.

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Yes, it's a religion of mercy. Yes, it's a religion, of gentleness and of all of these beautiful meanings, but be careful of changing some of the teachings of Islam just for the sake of the hour. Believe me when you do that, though your intention is to call people to Islam and be successful in bringing them to the religion Believe me, push them away. Be clear and be straight about that which is clear on the religion. Is there harshness? Is there any harshness in the Quran, they ask you, your spirits. Allah azza wa jal commanded us to be harsh with the disbelievers and with the hypocrites, because they are fighting Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu sallam, unless they are of

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the disbelievers who are not fighting Allah and His messenger who are not throwing you out of your homes and expelling you and so on as the verse they only we explained

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in this section 28 before, as we explained it, we know the Muslim knows the balance that exists in the religion in the way we are supposed to treat others. What is the harshness there is harshness, and this harshness is much deserved against the enemies of Allah subhana wa taala. So he says, Why,

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and be harsh upon them. And this is why

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the scholars of Islam have clarified that there is in this era of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam there is harshness against the disbelievers even in the life of Prophet Muhammad Salah there are beautiful examples of unparalleled clemency I agree.

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But there are also examples of harshness. There is an element in this religion and in this Quran, which will continue to turn people away. And those are people with arrogance in their hearts in the first place. And this is the element of strength and power. There's strength in this religion you cannot you find the disbelievers when they're talking to you. They're trying to strip away from the religion, every element of strength and the Muslims are following that. And this is not good. Because eventually they tell you what does this I mean, where's the mercy and Jihad Subhanallah you want the whole religion to the religion as a way of life.

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So there is harshness and Prophet Muhammad wa salam was harsh upon the disbelievers in some cases. And he I believe it was developed better when he slaughtered one of the camels

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of the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala

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for what purpose to irritate the enemy of Allah. This is harshness, well deserved harshness in a well deserved place. Like arrogance is arrogant. Something recommended in Islam, of course, is one of the worst sins and it is the sin that

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took Satan out of paradise. Right.

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But arrogance in its place is praiseworthy. arrogance would be arrogant, or the one who is insulting or accusing Islam. Yes, arrogance, again is praiseworthy. arrogance in the

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field of jihad is very much praiseworthy, as when Prophet Muhammad SAW Allah,

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Allah, Allah, Allah and he went out in this battle, he went out and he had

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wrapped like a piece of cloth around his head. And he went out and he was walking with arrogance, towards the enemies of Allah and Prophet Muhammad wa salam, so on and he said, This is a walk which Allah abhors, except in this time. This is the time where such a walk is required to cast fear in the hearts of the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala This is one of the reasons when you go to Hajj

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you will do what is

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right or wrong. When you are doing the first three rounds around the Kaaba, you reveal your right shoulder. What's the purpose behind this

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to show strength

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to show power.

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What do you do when a disbeliever asks you this?

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To show mercy. We we are showing our shoulders the shoulders wants to show the strength of the Muslims

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to show power. A Muslim is strong and Muslim has faith and Muslim has certainty.

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Strength is praiseworthy everyone, praises strength everyone is trying to gain strength.

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So be clear about precisely what Islam is. It is the most complete religion and it is the religion of Allah subhanaw taala and the one

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He perfected and he is pleased with for us. Well look the alasia Wha hoo Jahannam we're big Sal Massoud

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and the refuge is hell and wretched is the destination.

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With this please a disbeliever

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this first one that plays a disbelief.

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And Allah subhanaw taala told us I'm going to look for as well as even the cathedral minima on Zillow. Either you can be Cambodian and what Kufa

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what has been revealed to you from your Lord will increase

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many of them in what they're Korean and their cover their oppression or transgression and their disbelief.

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In other words, there are verses there are elements in this Quran that will only increase those who are already arrogant,

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with more arrogance,

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and more disbelief and more hatred toward the religion.

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Otherwise the Quran could have been all pure Dawa. But that is not the case. And if those people are only their arrogance is only increasing and they are only turning away from the religion more when they read the Quran. It means he Daya is not for them in the first place unless Allah subhanaw taala chooses to guide them. But otherwise, you will find that even the disbelievers who have read these verses, they did not turn them away.

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It only turns away those who have something wrong in the hearts who maybe will never ever believe. Similar to we saw that template

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which foretold of the destination of Ebola in the depths of hellfire while he was alive.

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And if it wasn't for his hatred, and of the Quran, and his arrogance,

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he would have woken up to see that only had to do was to be clear his Islam, and then he would have proved that the Quran is mistaken. And it would have shaken the Muslims.

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But Subhanallah those very versus no, he could have done the right thing for his own goals.

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Those verses turned him away.

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And he could not believe and he stayed as he was. And it only increased his animosity to Prophet Muhammad Salah instead of the opposite.

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And this is the case with disbelief. This is what the case who's of those whose eyes Allah subhanaw taala has blinded so their refuge is hellfire. and wretched is the destination when you have a villa. They will burn in hellfire forever hypocrites and disbelievers. The only difference is the hypocrites are in the lowest lowest levels of hellfire as opposed to the disbelievers. Their punishment is worse than the punishment of the disbelievers for obvious reasons.

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May Allah azza wa jal protect you and me from hellfire and

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help us to die in the state of Islam?

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What about Allah who met Helen the lady in a cafe?

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you're hanging up on

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for Hanukkah whomever I'm using the

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healing. Allah presents an example of those who disbelieved the wife of Noah and the wife of what

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they were under two of our righteous servants, but betrayed them. So they did not avail them from Allah at all. And it was said, enter the fire with those who enter.

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Now Allah subhanaw taala

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is giving us the example

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of the wives of Prophets, peace be upon them.

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Allah subhanaw taala after telling us about

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you see each of these verses Allah it has a certain wisdom and there is a lesson to take from it. The one before it, I forgot to mention Allah subhanaw taala mentioned this verse about the hypocrites and the disbelievers after the verse concerning repentance, right?

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And we spoke about it before and even before that, the verse that was telling us see now it seems far away, but when you read it all

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together, it all flows. The verse before that was talking about family, dealing with family even before that, right protecting ourselves and our families from hellfire and so on.

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What is the relation between that and the disbelievers and hypocrites? The disbelievers and the hypocrites? are

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the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala who want to render you and me and our families to hellfire, if we are not careful of that. And if we are not careful for ourselves and our families, slowly, slowly we will follow their way as Prophet Muhammad wa sallam told us we will follow their customs, their traditions, their mentalities, their ideas, and they will slowly strip us of our religion, and they will make us of the people of hellfire. Protect yourself and your families from the disbelievers who hate Allah azza wa jal and dissuade people from the religion and the hypocrites who may be even more instrumental in dissuading people from the religion because they speak their tongue, and they live

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amongst them. And they speak like they do, and they claim to love the religion and its followers, but their intention is to destroy Islam, and its followers. And believe me, brothers and sisters, hypocrisy is growing.

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Hypocrisy is growing. Be careful of those who say we love the religion. But this is wrong and this is no good. Be careful of the ones who constantly criticize those who call to the way of Allah subhanaw taala. Those who constantly criticize all scholars, those who constantly criticize the older scholars, and who want to come up with modern and their own new interpretations of the Quran. Be careful of all of those, be careful of the ones who are calling to follow the kuffar in all different ways. Be careful of the ones who constantly praise the disbelievers and criticize the believers. Usually you will find there's a sign of hypocrisy there.

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Because the and sometimes they will go as far as to say the Ummah is doomed, Subhan Allah, the owners don't or they telling you something like there is no good left in the OMA, Allahu Akbar, the scholars the the people who are calling to Allah subhanaw taala with the houses that are converting to the religion,

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the Ummah is doomed, there is no good in the Ummah left,

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or the whole unless do we have to change ourselves completely change ourselves and be what be like you and be like the ones whom you're following.

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Be careful of the hypocrites. They are most dangerous to us, our belief and to our families. And the religiosity. So after mentioning, protecting the family from hellfire, you mentioned striving in jihad against the disbelievers and the hypocrites who want to dissuade people from Allah subhanaw taala. After this, Allah azza wa jal then gave the example of these two women

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to women that were married to the most beloved servants to Allah subhanaw taala. And they are the prophets and the messengers, please be upon them all. And this example brothers and sisters, these examples are so important. And there are so many lessons that we can derive and we need to understand and implement and teach to others. Allah azza wa jal is giving us the example of the disbelievers not hola hola, hola, vena cava. It's an example to whom, to the disbelievers. Whom, the wife of Noah and the wife of Allah Subhana Allah, especially Noah, Noah, Halle Salah Al, as we know, is one of the five best Prophets, peace be upon them all.

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Had these verses not coming?

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And had I told you, the wife of Wu Alayhi salaam, this mountain of a prophet when his wife

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was a fascicle she was a transgressor.

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You might not believe it. You only believe it because you know, this principle from the Quran.

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But had I told it to you before? You might not believe it and you may consider it

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something completely unacceptable.

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You say no, it's normal.

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Well, if it's normal, how

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When I tell you the following Sheikh, or the following day or the following scholar, his wife is a complete transgressor. You say, Oh Subhan Allah, I'll never listen to the scholar anymore. Right? Isn't this a reality is when we learned today, a transgressor, not careful.

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You say, Oh, his wife was like this, that means he's also

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that's not the case, he might uncover a lot in your hands of mine.

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Of course, maybe he married her, and she was placed, maybe slowly, for some reason or another, she got worse, or her religiosity decreased, or whatever it may be.

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But to go as far as to say also that the wife is a disbeliever.

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And not of any scholar or Daheia, of a prophet, and one of the best prophets of Allah subhanaw taala. It's an amazing example.

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And it's very important for us nowadays, because we have this misconception that I just mentioned, we think as long as this person is good, he needs to be the most pious and his wife and his children and his uncles and his aunts.

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so on, so she, his his, his, his brother, or his uncle is a Catholic, or he's a hypocrite is a known hypocrite, and is this winning people from the way of Islam Subhanallah there is a man and I won't mention his name. Charla you haven't heard of him, you don't need to because you'll waste your time with him. He's my brother of one of the most most famous Islamic personalities who died now. And this person is just Yanni. I don't know how to describe his ignorance. And he is explaining the Quran with his whims, right and left and so on. And really, it's happening that this person is the brother of this famous Islamic person, and

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it's not in my hand or yours.

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The closest of people, a brother or sister, a husband, or a wife, a father or a daughter or a son. One of them may be of the most pious Muslims, and the other may be of one of the worst enemies to Allah Subhanallah

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SubhanAllah. And we see this in many examples. We see it in some of the examples even in the life of Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu Salam, But here Allah azza wa jal has recorded it eternally in his book, and if it applies to the best of Prophets, peace be upon them all. It can apply to anyone else.

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So No, nobody's

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perfect, no

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historian is famous. He called his people to the religion of Allah subhanaw taala, for 950 years or more.

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His wife, his beloved wife, the one who is living with him, the one who is

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his tranquility in the house, the one who is raising his children is a disbeliever. And she was an enemy to his dad,

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to the most important thing in his life, the thing he lived 950 years for which is Dawa, and calling to Allah subhanaw taala. She was against it.

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And as the army the narrations tell us, she

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used to tell people and his enemies about his call, and that he was crazy as an ibis narrative.

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That she used to say that this man is crazy, and he was calling to craziness. This is her disbelief.

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the disbelief of the life of St. Level palak Salam is what

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she used to tell the people when certain guests would come or visitors to the town. And we know that the people have looked there, their major sin is homosexuality, Biller, and they used to do it amongst each other, and sometimes even out in the open. And therefore when certain guests or visitors would come, she would go and tell those people that some visitors have come so that they can go and they can practice this disgusting swim with them. And especially if the visitors were handsome well, either below or prettier, whatever it may be. So she used to tell the people and she used to guide to homosexuality, and that was her disbelief, though of course, her husband, say in a

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loop. Alex is calling to the exact opposite. He's calling to purity.

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Therefore, you

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It shows us

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that no matter

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how close one may be,

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to the most beloved to Allah and the most pious, that closeness will never available in the presence of disbelief. And the next example, we'll see is that that closeness will not harm them.

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If they themselves are believers,

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did profit and profit loadbalancer? Can they help them in any way? Can they help their wives even if they wanted to? Can they help them on the Day of Judgment? It's out of their hands. This is why Subhan Allah will Prophet Ibrahim Ali Salam. This is another beautiful example. Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salam, his own father, talking about a holler of his son,

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his father as an enemy to Allah, and his son is one of the most beloved servants of Allah subhanaw taala. And one of the best prophets of Allah subhanaw taala in the whole world.

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I mean, he is

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Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salam, you can say that he is number two,

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in the rank of humanity, after Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam his own father is

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it's a reality.

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Be careful of this reality.

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On the Day of Judgment, Allah subhanho wa salam will ask ALLAH SubhanA wa.

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O Allah, you promise me that you will not humiliate me on this day.

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In the Quran, he the DUA was recorded, long fiddly, and forgive my father, and he used to seek forgiveness for his father. Later on when he knew that it is a sin, he stopped, but on the Day of Judgment, when he asks Allah subhanaw taala Oh Allah you promised that you will not humiliate me because he said, Well, I took consuming your money

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and don't humiliate me on the day when they are resurrected. He will say to Allah subhana, Allah, Allah Azza he's talking about his father

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Subhan Allah, Allah subhanaw taala will tell him I have made it have have made paradise forbidden for the disbelievers.

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It means Allah subhanaw taala will only answer the DUA. If it is something possible, don't ask for that which is impossible, or Allah forgive and guide all of humanity.

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All of humanity will not believe you know this.

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Allah subhanaw taala will not answer that part of the DUA.

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Allah azza wa jal will not humiliate Ibrahim alayhis salam, of course, but his father died as a disbeliever. And therefore, his place is on fire.

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This is an example of a father with his son, a believing son with a disbelieving father and how many Subhanallah especially today of our generations, their parents hate the religion or are trying to turn their children away from the religion but the children are believers. The children are way more pious than their own parents. There's another reality.

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And you see the opposite also, where the parents are so managers under suit tired trying to bring their children to piety and religiosity. That example is what can you give me another example of that?

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No, how do you set up your hallux Sam and his son

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so know how to he Salam had a disbelieving wife and a disbelieving son, Allahu Akbar.

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Had you not known he was a prophet? What do you what would you have done?

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This would immediately

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disturb you and

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corrupt his reputation for you. Right? It's not the case. It's not in the hands of no honey Salam? Surely if he did so much Dawa for his people for so long. He did even more power to his wife and his son. He knows the importance of guiding his own family. And we know as the Hadith the Prophet Muhammad wa sallam told us that Prophet Muhammad salaam, taught the Word La Ilaha illa Allah to his sons.

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And he taught him more of the glorification of ALLAH SubhanA, Allah, Muhammad and so on.

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So he was of course keen on guiding them, but it's in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala it's not in the hands of you and me.

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But does this mean brothers and sisters

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we said, okay a father and a son

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disbelieving father and a believing son, a believing father and a disbelieving son, a believing

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husband and a disbelieving wife. Two examples.

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And we will see now the believing wife and the disbelieving husband. Look at this, Allah azza wa jal is just giving you one example after another, because it's a very, very important concept to keep in mind when we are raising our children.

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But you ask if that's the case, then I'm just leaving my children. If Allah gave him the love, otherwise, they are like the child of No.

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Can we say that? No.

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Do your utmost and raise your children the best that you can? And prepare an answer when you meet Allah Subhan. Allah, Allah, Oh Allah, this is what I have done for my children,

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I have raised them to the best of my ability.

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If you have done everything you can, then that's where your job stops. After that, it is the guidance of Allah. And therefore, if you see a rebellious child,

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or a child who is completely lost,

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beware of immediately blaming the father or the mother.

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It's true. Their parents might, to a large extent, be the main reason but do you know that for sure we don't. Maybe his father has done everything possible from the time he was young. But the child was rebellious.

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The child became a disbeliever. The child was a pacifist transgressive.

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Maybe the parents did everything they could be weird, but you look upon down upon those people.

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So that Allah azza wa jal made them test you with your own children.

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Be aware of that.

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And remember this concept, and the same with someone's wife, and someone's mother and someone's sister. You never know my dear brothers and sisters, this is not in my hand are yours, Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam you also have the example of the uncle, his own uncle, the most beloved to Allah subhanaw taala His own uncle

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is a disbeliever.

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Right? Not one but two,

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will tell him

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the boat is the his own ankles.

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It's it's not about it's not only about clarity, it's about whom Allah subhanaw taala guides, who is a better guy and the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, it really slams home the idea that guidance is not in my hand or yours. It's in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala do everything that you can and call to Allah with wisdom and good speech.

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But know that the result is in the hands of Allah serata and therefore be careful of feeling bad when you perform the hour. And you have done it in the best way possible.

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And you haven't said anything wrong, but then you find they were not guided. It's not in your hands, my dear brother, my dear sister, it's in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala

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you might have shown them every piece of logic there is on the earth.

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They will not believe you want the proof from the Noble Quran. If Allah subhanaw taala he says that if Allah subhanaw taala were to send down to them the angels

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and the dead were to speak to them. And that Allah subhanaw taala were to give them everything that anyone ever wants, they would not believe.

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So, what's more,

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you know why? Because you and I think once we see some miracle, oh, if I show them this, they'll believe in an instant. If I show them that someone rose from the dead, or that tree that is bowing to Allah subhanaw taala the different things that we see if they see this in our hand Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah immediately. Allah is telling in the Quran, if you raise the dead for them and you show them the angels, they will not believe except of Allah subhanaw taala wills

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so do what you can but know very well that guidance is in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala brothers and sisters the Arabic if we if we analyze it linguistically

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my attention will not attend Canada. I've been in a bad

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mood as much

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The the phrase that they were what, under to our right to servants? Why are they under?

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How are they under?

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No, they are under,

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to have our righteous servants

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Baraka Luffy, of Angelica one.

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This is the patronage of the man over the woman. Right? This is the fact that the Father is the head of the family. It's this what they call an organizational authority. Right? Not a complete authority so that our wives and our women don't

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never sleep outside the house. It's an organizational authority, right?

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As every company has a head, and every ship has a captain, the father is the head of the household.

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And he is the caretaker. And it is obligated upon him to take care of her and his children. So they are under

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meaning they are under their patronage, right.

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Under two of our righteous servants Subhana Kalam, he called them right to servants.

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is that? pejorative? Calling them servants of Allah subhanaw taala?

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Is it a negative thing to say that they are the servants of Allah?

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It's the exact opposite. It's to show you that the best

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that one can be called, is a servant of Allah azza wa jal.

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The best status is the status of being a slave to Allah subhanaw taala. And this is why they call them

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they need

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to have the righteous slave service. You and I and nowadays, this term might be a little bit pejorative. A servant or a slave.

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You Muslims, you talk about being a slave to Allah. Yes, this is the best, this is the highest status. And this is why Allah azza wa jal is complimenting and praising His Beloved Prophet peace be upon them by calling them His righteous slave servants. And this is why Allah azza wa jal mentioned Prophet Muhammad wa sallam in more than one iron the Noble Quran as a slave service, such as Alhamdulillah Allah Allah Abdel Kitab right hubba can Lavina cell phone call Allah?

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Allah Abdi again, his slave servant, whom

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Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is why Prophet Muhammad wa sallam out of his modesty

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he was the ultimate

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in being asleep servant to Allah subhanaw taala. He, he embodied total servitude to Allah subhanaw taala answerability And this is why when he used to eat, he used to get on his knees and he used to bend over in modesty. This is not the way the the Kings eat right? The Kings eat on big chairs with their heads back and they eat and they keep eating until they throw up. This is what they used to do. Wallahi joking. They used to keep eating until they would throw it up for hire the biller probably would sit on the floor and bend over and he would say I sit like a slave and I eat like asleep. Some Allah Allah says

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this is servitude to Allah subhanaw taala This is the modesty that he embodied and that we should also embody so it is something praiseworthy, when you say that he is Abdullah

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asleep servant to Allah Sparta and this is why one of the best names is Abdullah Abdul Rahman right to sleep servant of Allah and his lip service off.

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Notice then minibar dinner, more honor

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under two of our righteous servants

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bringing it back and attributing it to himself. This is even more honorable for these two honorable prophets peace be upon them

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under two of our righteous servants, but betrayed them.

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So obviously now, you know because I told you

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what this betrayal is. What is the betrayal?

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What is betrayal?

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What is you? what first comes to your mind when you think

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betrayal in general, but for many, especially the Arabic than the Arabic language piano, okay, we're talking about treachery. But

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with regards to match, we're talking about lack of loyalty. This is the first thing that comes to people's minds when they talk about piano,

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marriage disloyalty, not being loyal to one spouse. But this is not the case, in the wives of these two prophets, and then the wives of any of the prophets peace be upon them all. And various edge Ma, there's a consensus amongst the seller, and the scholars of the Ummah, who said that no wife of any prophet betrayed them, meaning they were disloyal to them in marriage.

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No one and this is related on the authority of Eminem that Bobby Allahu and hula, and that here their betrayal was locked

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in marriage, this loyalty and marriage, but the betrayal was to their power and their betrayal was their disbelief there.

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Okay, so for HANA Tahoma here, so they betrayed them

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is in belief and it shows you brothers and sisters,

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it drives home another concept and that is that you and I are used to

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speaking negatively about sins that concern you and me.

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Sins amongst human beings, like killing, we regard killing as the worst sin.

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Because all we think about is this dunya No, there is a sin worse than that. And that is what

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a shift. associating partners with Allah have no doubt about it. And this is why Allah Subhana Allah says, While fitna to a Shan Domina

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fit fitna. Here's this concept is shift. And taking people away from the religion. This is worse than killing

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the sin against Allah subhanaw taala. Well, Natasha, similarly here you see here, Rihanna, thinking that it is marriage disloyalty. But it is talking about betrayal in belief, which is worse.

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at the same time,

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it is not it doesn't affect the profit. If the wife were to be disloyal to the Prophet in marriage, then it has to do with his own land, his honor.

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And this is why Allah subhanaw taala decreed that no wife of any prophet would commit Zina. Because then it would be something that is against the honor of that prophet. But Cofer is something else conferred she is doing on her home, and it doesn't affect him in any way. And it only hurts her. And this is why Allah subhanaw taala said, so they did not avail them from Allah, Allah, all these great prophets. They are the closest to these wives and maybe the most beloved to them, they cannot avail them on the Day of Judgment and they will not be available on the Day of Judgment. Fela Allah he says, and it will be set to them and to the fire will those who enter this will be to set to them in

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either at their death, or on the Day of Judgment, their their abode will be like the abode of the disbelievers exactly, or the abode of the hypocrites because some of the scholars said their piano was repack, their betrayal was hypocrisy according to some of these scholars have seen wins, Prophets cannot avail their own wives,

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much less to avail people who are much further from them. If the prophets my brothers and sisters cannot avail the most beloved to them.

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Let us fear Allah and protect ourselves from hellfire and our families. They cannot avail them, can you and I avail our beloved,

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if the prophets themselves cannot. Every person will be held accountable on their own on the Day of Judgment.

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What Allahumma Salli

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ala moana is gonna be Benigni I

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feel Gemini. Jeannine you feel oh no, I'm Annie. When a genie Mina owe me money mean and Allah present

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It's an example of those who believed the wife of Farrell when she said, My Lord built for me near you a house in paradise and saved me from Pharaoh and his deeds and saved me from the wrongdoing people.

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This is now the example of a believing wife.

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the disbelief of the wives or the belief of the prophets could not afford the disbelieving wives. And the disbelief of the most evil man that lived on this earth will not harm the belief of a woman who lived under his patronage and in his palace and eat from his blessings.

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Because she was a believer,

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belief is the most important thing.

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And she was patient. In fact, Allah will reward her for her patients she was and the fact that she was able to protect herself and her honor and her faith.

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Even in the midst of this tyrants. This is the wife of Pharaoh.

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Her name is as he had been to Mazatlan.

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And she

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and she had to have such solid faith.

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To continue to be a believer, though she was living with this tyrant. Allah subhanaw taala tells us

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what she said, My Lord, built for me near your house in paradise. Do you know when this happened? When she said this?

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This is all the way at the end of her life. Subhan Allah, how Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us the butter. He gives you the main stuff?

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Who cares?

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Who exactly she befriended and who are her relatives? And where was she born? And in which city? And all of these details are ultimately useless.

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Allah azza wa jal, not only that, Allah azza wa jal bypassed her whole life.

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Do you know anything about the life of this woman

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in detail? We don't know.

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He Bible, though, if you look into the details of her life in that house, it must be something else. Some amazing stories, how she protected herself how she was afraid that they would find out about her how they called her to disbelief. They called her to dishonesty, they call her to transgression. And she refused all the time. Probably beautiful examples, Allah azza wa jal bypassed it all and they gave you the bread and butter.

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And that was the end of her life.

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And we know that the most important thing is how we die.

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In the world, our team deeds are judged according to the last deeds. This is her last deed. Her last deed is shahada, Allahu Akbar, Allah azza wa jal, grandpa's Shahada.

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Her last deed was Shahada. And she is patient in the house of one of the worst tyrants.

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She's living with him. She's seeing it on a daily basis. And then you and I cry about being at work. And at work, you know, they are transgressors, and they're doing things which are haram, and so on. And I can't hold and protect myself, Oh, boo hoo. This is a woman. She's weak because her husband is so strong. shins isn't the house of this tyrant. She's living in his house.

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And he has rights upon her. And she has to follow him. And she's holding on to her feet. And then you and I are praising ourselves for our faith. But we cannot protect ourselves because we see her once or twice or three times a day. And she's living in it. She's living with flowers. What would you do if you were living with her home?

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If you are seeing him on a daily basis, you might clip for too late in the end and disbelief.

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She was strong. And she held on.

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And she resisted, and she had resolved and she had to to protect her faith. And therefore Allah azza wa jal told us about this and told us about the cream. This is the cream. If she was able to stand this to her last day. It means everything before that is great. Everything she did before must have been so good also, so that

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the final consequence was her martyrdom. And her patients even in this situation, she was being tortured.

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As many of the narrations tell us and some of them are on the authority, we're gonna have lost all the Allahumma they tell us that fell out

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actually placed four pegs and tied his wife and pulled her hands and her legs to those pegs.

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He tortured her. And usually women may be, I mean, it may be more difficult for them to stand physical pain than men, because in general men have stronger bodies.

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And she resisted SubhanAllah. What an incentive what examples Allah's power that Allah gives us. These are examples that you can mention all the time. These are examples that you and I must live. And you and I must remember if we are ever in such situations, it's an example for us. She was patient with that torture, he pulled her onto these four pegs. And it is said that

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he placed her on her back, and he came to throw a big work on her.

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In one of the narrations, it tells us and it will contain mentioned this, that

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she used to ask about the status of the battle between Musa and Farah.

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And they would say she would say who won? who defeated the other and they would say Musa and she would thank and praise Allah subhanaw taala. And this is when for our own decided, and he told his entourage to find the biggest rock they can and to sew it upon her when she was tight. And it is said, when upon this, she looked to the sky to the heavens, and she said, this eternal statement or a bimini

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Allahu Akbar, what steadfastness in this situation when people are most weak, and she is about to be killed, and in such an evil way. And she says, Oh, Lord, build for me, near you a house in paradise

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and save me from Pharaoh and his deeds and save me from the wrongdoing people and it is sent. Allahu Allah, that upon saying this, Allah subhanaw taala showed her, her house, being built in Paradise, and that gave her more steadfastness and that her soul was taken before the rock fell on her body, and that the rock had fallen in the butt on a body without a soul because Allah azza wa jal had taken her soul and she had been martyred before the rock fell on her, Allah, UCLA.

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This is

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this is an example My dear brothers and sisters to follow. These are the stories to tell to our children, to teach it to them, to to, to raise them on these meanings. Not on things that we see nowadays. Why are people nowadays growing up so weak and so spoiled? Because they're not being raised with these examples with the Quran.

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Look at the steadfastness and patience of this woman being tortured and being in the house of this time. She is steadfast in her faith, as the example of the other one was pantalla told us about also another man who was a believer from the people after also, this was a wretched tyrant.

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Can you imagine, he has no mercy in his heart, he is ready to torture his own wife, because she has this belief in Him. And because she is believed in the one and only Allah subhanaw taala. This is what she was living with. It didn't harm her, the evil

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the obstinacy and the rebellious pneus of the closest people to learn will not harm her because she was a believer.

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So as long as there is belief,

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this belief will not harm you and the lender no matter how close it is to you.

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And vice versa. So Allah subhanaw taala gave us these two beautiful examples. She said

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the only the scholars mentioned the wisdom in her statement if you'll be patient with me inshallah we'll finish the Summa

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Laude is the wisdom in her statement. She asked for a house in paradise, but before she asked for the house, she asked for what she asked

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for where the house is near to Allah subhanaw taala. The scholar said, this

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shows you the importance of the concept of choosing your neighbor before choosing your location.

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Choose your location but look at first look at who your neighbor is. She chose the neighbor and of course they

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Allah belongs the best example near you, oh Allah house in paradise. And the scholars said that this means she's asking to be near to Allah subhanaw taala meaning she wants the highest paradise and closest to the Throne of Allah subhana wa and this is why

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it really Endeca Beighton Phil Jana, she specified the location, the location or Allah is paradise and obviously if it is most near to Allah Azza It is the highest of paradise closest to the Throne of Allah Subhana Allah, she wants the highest of paradise and Allah azza wa jal give her that glad tithing Allah Allah by showing her that house before she was martyred. May Allah be pleased with her. And this is why she is mentioned by Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as we'll see, as he didn't mazahub

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Then she asked to be saved from Pharaoh and his deeds. And the scholar said, She is asking to be saved from Pharaoh, Pharaoh himself and his evil. Pharaoh, in other words, himself is evil. It's almost like it's showing, he's so evil, that not only to save me from his deeds, even something which is built inside him, save me from Pharaoh himself

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and his deeds because you may say, Well, what's the difference? She's saying, Save me from Pharaoh, meaning from his deeds. It's to show how evil he was. As if evil is something entrenched in him, say we from Farrell, take me away from him, and from his deeds, and his deeds or what?

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Namely, the worst one, this believing in Allah, his arrogance, his torturing of hatred of people, and even Abbas said, Gmail

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not treachery, but fornication, right? He's fornication and so on. Of course, he practiced all evil, he practiced the worst of evil, which is this belief, so he will practice every other evil and he claimed to be Allah subhanaw taala and save me from the wrongdoing people. They are the people of the people of Egypt at the time.

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Well, Maria Medina time on and Lottie sinat, fellow Jehovah, female, more Hanaa, while sadaqa to be Kenema, to be heard, to me what occurred to me on 18th. And the example of Mary, the daughter of Mr. Notice, you gave you two examples of the disbelieving women. And now he gave you two examples of the believing women. And the example of marry the daughter of Imran who guarded her chastity. So we blew into her garment through our angel Gabriel. And she believed in the words of her LORD and His scriptures, and was of the devout obedient. Maria, the latter Emraan, she needs no introduction, the daughter of Allah, and the mother of Prophet Jesus, peace be upon him and upon all of the Prophets

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and Messengers.

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And she is the chaste women woman whom no man ever touched, and the pious worshipper who gave her life to worship, as her mother had promised when she gave birth to her. And

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she guarded her chastity. She spent her life, my dear brothers and sisters in worship, and she was your ally of a family that was very deeply into worship and into piety and religiosity, and so on. Another beautiful example of a believing woman now,

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with no husband

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gave you the example of

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women who are married to believing men.

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And this is a beautiful example, for the women nowadays who are married to each other, of course, not to disbelieving husbands because this is not allowed, but maybe two husbands who are transgressors or are sinners, to be patient with them, like

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the wife of Pharaoh, and at the same time for husbands to be patient and to call the wives to piety, whose wives are away from Allah subhanaw taala. So we gave you the example of wives, believing wives with disbelieving husbands, this believing wives with believing husbands, and even the example of a woman without a husband. And this is a beautiful example for women who are not married.

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And that will not harm them at all either. If they are believing, and they got

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their chastity than they will be like Maria.

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May Allah be pleased with her. She guarded her chastity from all men, no man has ever touched her.

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So we blew into her garment center for her female, Sheena.

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The pronoun is we, and the one who blue is Gibreel Allah you Salam, as all scholars of Tafseer have mentioned.

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Gibreel came to her in the form of a man as we know from solid million, he came to her and this is when she became afraid, and she asked him who he was, and she sought refuge in Allah subhanaw taala and he said, I am the messenger of Allah to you to bring to you a pure child and so on. And this is why then he says Find a female that we blew into her in other words through Jabril alayhis salaam blue into what

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fee he may Rosina mineral, our spirits, right? Meaning

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because why, through our big worlds for the facula female who Hannah the translation seems to have skipped that. So we blew into our garment through our angel Gabriel for the fact that a lot of our spirit meaning what does this mean? That it is part of the spirit of Allah azza wa jal know when you have to build up this is not the case. It means that it is a spirit which Allah subhanaw taala gave to where your mother your Salaam

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and this is the soul of Serena is Ali salah. It means the soul of Satan is Ali Salam was blown into her

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through Jabril, Alison clear

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because in other places it also mentions that

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Isola Salam is Rosh rufen Minh, from who who is from Allah subhanaw taala not meaning Allah when Allah but a Spirit from Allah subhanaw taala for the buck Nafi Minho, henna

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Gabriel or to breed Allah is set up is the one who glue this soul into her garment for the Faulkner fee. Fee, he is referring back to what

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speakers of Arabic

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sonnet founder find a fee.

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What is the pronoun referring to?

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No, there is no mention of the government.

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The womb or the funds, right? Exactly.

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Garden what God has her chastity they said, but the

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the way in Arabic you express garden chastity, meaning guarding your private part. Right. So the pronoun is going back to the private part. The scholars have seen said

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Jabril Ali salaam blue into her garment, which is the opening of the garment above the chest and the blow went to her private parts. And she became pregnant with say a Saudi Salam and later on gave birth to him. This is what happened. Bala Devi the blowing.

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The blowing is in the garment. For Nafi. The blowing is into the garment that opening of the garment and it went to the private parts and she became pregnant. And this is by the ability of Allah azza wa jal who is capable of all things. Some scholars sent final fee that

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they said fungineer is not referring to the private part.

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It is referring to the opening

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because anything that is open is for lunch, okay? It is like an opening. It's something that is open. And they said that this is even more expressive of chastity that not only when she got her private part, she Garland the opening of her chest. This is according to some scholars that this is what is meant by foreign but in general and the if you look at the direct meaning of Virginia Arabic language, it's referring to the private part. And

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we explained the way so as Ali Salam came about through that

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was Sunday, but we can immature of Bihar. wakatobi and she believed in the words of her LORD, what are the words of her LORD that she believed in? Scholars have any different

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pinions about this. They said one of the things they said they became immaculate, meaning not the major books of Allah subhanaw taala. But some of the messages that came to the prophets, like the sort of

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maybe short words of wisdom that were told or were revealed to some of the prophets, the social are mentioned in the Quran, right, such as what Sahaba Ibrahim Musa. Right. And they they said that Musa alayhis salam, they only had some sort of in addition to the Torah. Salaam Guk. Should she? Allah, His salah, who is Chief, where did I get this one from?

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Who is she?

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She thought a Salam is a prophet. He has mentioned the Sunnah.

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? He's not mentioned the Quran? Yes, but it's mentioned by a prophet Muhammad are set up in a law firm. And we know that he was given

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letters or pieces of wisdom or words, as Prophet Muhammad told us, so she believed in all of those. This is possibly what is mentioned by Kenny Matt, other scholars said kalimat is referring to St. Nisa alayhis. Salam,

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the words of Allah because he is the word of Allah subhanaw taala as he was described in the Quran, right.

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And it could Allah Allah also mean, you can imagine on behalf what could you be, can you matter, meaning, the things that Allah azza wa jal decreed, because he decreased them just by D and it is and he doesn't need to say anything, it is just b and it is, but it is an expression that shows that things come about just by Allah azza wa jal saying Be and it is. So it couldn't be and this is the opinion that Kelly Matera, meaning everything Allah decreed, what could you be he everything Allah enjoined upon humanity, of do's and don'ts, so she believed in the decree of Allah which is and she believes in the shadow of Allah, which is good to be, right. Could to be books, meaning the things

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that Allah azza wa jal revealed are enjoined upon humanity, they can't imagine. They have to be the other meaning that scholars gave, what could you be, it couldn't be all of the books of Allah subhanaw taala. And we mentioned before, the important concept in our faith, which is, if you disbelieve in one prophet, you disbelieve in all and if you disbelieve in one book, you disbelieve in all

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this is the, the, the unique point about Muslims. If someone comes and tells me I do not believe that Allah has revealed that Allah, you have just left the fold of Islam Subhan Allah and you have gone against what is clear in the Quran, you cannot say that we as Muslims believe in all of the bonafide prophets and messengers of Allah because we upon them all and the books that they were given. And Miriam was so also she believed in all of the books of Allah, it is said that it could be a mention of the Injeel which was given Satan, Isola and the Torah before it and so on.

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in another authentic narration, which is also telethia one of the 10 narrations which is multilateral, okay, then which some recitals recite, and in fact, the majority of the recitals, they

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recited as Kitabi and not going to be

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the Kelly Matthew RAM behind working heavy, that she believed in the words of our Lord and his book.

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And this is the majority, only three of the recitals including helps,

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reads Kotori the rest say work is heavy. And in that case, it could mean either the books of Allah subhanaw taala be curvy, meaning it's not specifying one book, it's specifying the category meaning all books, Nikita the all of the books or in that case also it could be the Injeel which was given to

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prophet Isaiah was some docket we can imagine to be have occurred to me and it shows you that she believed in the words of Allah subhanaw taala and his books, and this is why she was so believing and this is why she deserved the status of being Sunday.

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We know a Boba club they allow is given the status

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of Sadiq, Abubakar Sadiq because he believed so strongly,

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right? Not Abubaker Sadiq, Abubakar is Cindy coming from Sun Dakka Dakka means to believe because of his firm belief and faith. And likewise, she is a Sadiq

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Allah subhanaw taala called her so because Quran right will often be on say nine Salah insulin, because she believed so strongly, while sadaqa became a material behavior could you be what can that mean and carnitine and she was of the devoutly obedient. She was one of the most pious worshipers she spent her life in worship of Allah azza wa jal.

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She is

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an example even to some of the Christians of today.

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They love Mary, and they consider her to be the most important nun. And she was wearing the hijab as in all of the pictures that they have, and she was the pious worshipper to Allah subhanaw taala. She is an example to them. Of only they will take her example, in her head of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala, she was awfully devoutly obedient. The Arabic language says L carnitine. And he didn't say l carnitine.

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If it was Annika, she would have been of the devoutly obedient amongst the women, but here he generalized it because she was of the devoutly obedience even compared with some of the most devoutly obedient men.

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May Allah be pleased with her and pollute meaning devoutly opinion, meaning, most obedient, and this is why Allah subhanaw taala praises the women who are contact, devoutly obedient to Allah, the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam and their husbands.

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Lastly, brothers and sisters, these examples that were given

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Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam combined in a beautiful Hadith where he told us that many of the men

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achieved perfection.

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only a few of the women reached that status. And he mentioned of them.

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Maria, Barbara,

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as you mentioned, as

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the wife

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and he mentioned Khadija than toilet,

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his beloved wife, Allah be pleased with her. And he mentioned fastly Welcome to Mohammed

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Nabi Allah, Allah, may Allah be pleased with all and he mentioned also in the authentic narration, the fifth one, say that it shall be Allah Allah, where he said that the status of Aisha over all of the other women is like the status of fairy

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a specific type of food that they had, which was meat and bread, it's very tasty. And it was the I mean, one of the best types of foods that they have, that the status of our insha Allah Allah, compared to the rest of the woman is like 30, compared to all of the rest of the food. And this was his way of showing the great status of unsure of the Allahu anha and how beloved, she was to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and how knowledgeable and pious she was. An all of these women are mentioned

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as some of the best women of the world. And Allah subhanaw taala mentioned them here in the normal Quran.

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And these examples were Allahu Allah, the ones before concerning the two believing Notice he didn't give any examples of men, only of women,

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believing this believing women, to have them and to believing women and different examples of how Allah one which was married, one which was unmarried, and the different examples that he had given, and these are a, it's an incentive for say, the HA HA HA, and see the half son may Allah be pleased with the both who did what they did, as we described before with Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Salah it's an example to them, be like the best of the women, Marian, and Asya. And don't be like the other two women. And of course they are far from this. And the way we see that is that Allah subhanaw taala clearly said it's an egg

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example that he is giving to whom? To the disbelievers. But in acts as a reminder, it's a reminder, no matter how close you are to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, don't think that your closeness will avail you. And subhanAllah Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam is the one who stressed and emphasize this meaning when

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he went out, and he was calling the people to Islam, when Allah azza wa jal revealed to him the verse that she had taken accountability and warn the closest of your family, he went out and he started calling the people in you, one by one, and he would say one tribe after another. And he would say to them, save yourself from the fire for Wallahi. I cannot evade you anything on the day of judgment. And he said that to Fatima, the daughter of a hammer, and he said to her, asked me of whatever you want to apply money, but I cannot availing anything of the Day of Judgment Subhanak his own daughter, son, Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, I cannot avail you anything on the Day of

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Judgment. Save yourself. So it's an example. It's a reminder for them. And it shows us My dear brothers and sisters, their status with Allah azza wa jal, because Allah reminds the ones whom he loves, otherwise, the disbelievers he leaves, right, as we know in the famous concept of St. Raj, what is st drudge

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delaying the Kufa right, giving them whatever they please and let them live and enjoy themselves as they please Why? Because Allah azza wa jal dislikes their disbelief pours their disbelief, so they please give him he gives them in the dunya but they won't have anything in Alaska. So he left them, but the ones he loves, he will test the ones he loves. He will remind he will send them reminders. So he reminds these two great women may Allah be pleased with them. And it's an incentive for them to only increase in piety and become better and better and of course, piety and religiosity and love of Allah azza wa jal obedience to Him, is a lifelong journey. May Allah subhanaw taala accept from

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you and me, and praise goes to Allah subhanaw taala who helped us to finish the surah and to finish section 28 Remember when we started it, probably more than a year ago Subhan Allah and we were in the other message of at that time, Allah azza wa jal is so merciful. And he is the one who helped us We ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from us and to make it sincere for him and to grant us more faith and understanding of the of the Noble Quran and to make it an intercessor for us on our part, on the Day of Judgment, insha Allah Allah, Allah azza wa jal except from you and me and forgive us, and if there's anything that I said that was good, it is from Allah azza wa jal alone, and anything

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that is wrong than it is from me, and from the Shavon and we ask Allah Subhana Allah to forgive us of our sins and to bring us together and the highest of paradise with Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam, and to help us in sha Allah to finish the Noble Quran and to only grant us more understanding and faith and implementation of the Noble Quran. And lastly, we say that all praise is due to Allah azza wa jal.

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