Tafsir Juz 29 #06 – Al-Qalam 2

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Mallamma Haman hamdulillah humbled and I mean we have no solid to attend with dyslexia and so you didn't in Amina Amina that will cost him Mohammed Abdullah Juana he was suffering to hear that we are in woman and they are homeless and within Subhan Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah antenna in Hollywood Hakeem la Mishra sundry via silly unreal determine listen you only have a recommended Quran and are we more than an FM jet and Elena human and

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then generally only come along moluccana not gonna be no Hamina Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam la ina hammer I mean along those lines

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I mean, you know, I had I had them generic fuel economy finance.

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So, you know too often about abroad, we praise a lot of mighty

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we send prayers and blessings upon the final messenger, the seal of the prophets, the mercy to humanity, Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reasonable family righteous companions, and all those that follow them with the right guidance.

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We say as the angel said, glory be to you or law knowledge have we accept that which you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to bless us with the normal Quran and to make it an argument for us and not against us on the Day of Judgment, and that He gives us understanding of it and implementation of it and faith and increased faith in it. When we ask Allah subhanaw taala to bring us together with the Beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in the highest of paradise, along with the prophets and the scholars and the martyrs and all of the pious, my dear brothers and sisters, we continue with BT FC of Surah Al Kalam. And

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we left off last with the verse that

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would take us lessons and lessons, it would take us a series to speak about the most refined character of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. We mentioned a few things, and we'll mention a little bit more today. So Allah subhanaw taala, said in this verse about that we live in a ship on a gem, but

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who knows.

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And indeed, you are of a great moral character. And the English translation doesn't do the verse, right, in the sense that

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it is not only saying that you are a great moral character, but you are on great moral character, showing that the prophets is above it, is in control of it. And we mentioned this last time. And this is one of the

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things in this expression that shows how great his character is that he is above it when

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you are above it, meaning it's almost like he's getting in complete control of his character, as opposed to the crazy man and the insane person. As the disbelievers insulted and abused Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, the insane man has no control of his character. And Allah Subhana Allah is showing the exact opposite of our Prophet Muhammad salah, he is in complete control of his great and beautiful moral character SallAllahu wasallam.

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And we said that, if we start speaking about his character will never finish, we'll take a full series, and it will take

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let us say meticulous analysis of his character

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of the situation that he was able to assert such character in, in order to fully realize

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the beauty of his character, and the difficulty of rising up to that lofty height of refined manners, but it is our duty to do so as believers to take profit, perhaps as our example and someone that we emulate in our life. And we've given some examples I'll give another one.

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We can talk about examples of his his character with his wives, his character with his children, with his friends, with animals with inanimate objects, his character with his enemies, I mean, you can just go on and on. And we gave one example of his character with his wives.

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With a lovely please with them all last time.

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Another beautiful example

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the one with

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the person that Quraysh and the pagans have looked at as his son, and then they will have had the alarm. And they didn't have it

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was given to Prophet, Allah, his beloved wife Khadija of the Allah, Allah

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when he was given to him,

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actually, up until the time where

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they didn't have

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was the ownership and the possession because he was a slave, saying that Khadija, up until that time, there is a small history also. Actually, he was lost. He was taken from his place. His father was looking for his father was crying about him, okay, and he loved them. And he wanted him back.

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Say, the Cathedral of the Allah Allah. They didn't know that. And the people who took them later also didn't know them. And therefore,

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his father was looking for him. His father and his uncle, were looking for his aid. And so eventually, they were told that he is

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that they will find him with Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And this story is mentioned in

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his book and cassava Futami Sahaba.

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So they went to find them and to ransom and they figured someone had taken him as a slave. They wanted to ransom him. So they came to Makkah. And they asked about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And then they found him in the masjid. So they came to him. And they said to him, you,

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you are the son of the chief fear people are of your tribe, and you are the people of the how, you, you know, you let go prisoners and you give to the poor and the needy, and so on. So they are praising them and their manners and they came and said, We came for our son, your slave.

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So do us a favor, and let us ransom him from you.

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And then he said, What is? You know what exactly you're doing what they said they didn't?

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He said, Is there anything else? They said that

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when he called him, and he said, give him the option,

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gives them the option?

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He said, If he chooses you, then he is yours without ransom.

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This is the manner the manners of Prophet Muhammad, he is yours without Broto. And if he chooses me, then I will not I am not the person to let go of someone who chooses me.

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And they agreed to this. So he summoned him.

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And he pointed to his father and his uncle, he said, Do you know these two? They said, Yes, this is my father and my uncle.

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He said to him,

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I am whom you have known. In other words, I am the person that you have seen and lived with and you have seen my companionship.

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Therefore, choose me or chosen them.

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It is not me that will choose over you, anybody in the world? You are to me like my father and my uncle.

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Then they said to him, Well, do you? Are you choosing slavery over freedom? Subhanallah

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you are doing so over your father and your uncle and your family? You said to them, yes, because I have seen from the smell something that makes me not choose over him. Anybody in the world.

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This is the manners of Prophet Muhammad Al Salam. This is his companionship to the extent that they would have I could not even go back to his family. He chose his new family and that is his companionship with Massoud allah sallallahu alayhi wa aalihi wa salam, O Allah azza wa jal bring us together with him in the highest of paradise insha Allah

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Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu ala Salam

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Mesmer mesmerize people, with his manners through his manners before

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before the Prophet hunt and even after the Prophet on and obviously his manners were already so refined, so that he would gain and when the title of the trustworthy from the pagans of Mecca,

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then obviously a few are sort of fine before the how much better it became even after

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Islam, the religion that commands, manners, and Prophet Muhammad wa sallam himself said that I have been sent to perfect good manners. And the way the hadith is mentioned, it's almost as if the whole religion

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is in manners.

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If it wasn't for the fact that the first thing which is most important is faith and

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manners is the second thing, and the most important thing in the religion. And the buffalo Salah is here to perfect those manners. And indeed he emulated the Quran in every way, and the Commandments from ALLAH SubhanA wa.

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These manners brothers and sisters, we direly need, as an ummah we direly need between ourselves first, before it applies to others, not from amongst us.

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Between us, we do not practice those manners, we don't practice the Islamic manners. We may be pious or religious to a certain extent. But when it comes to manners, we are really, really lacking and we are far behind what is required of us in our religion.

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And when we get to that stage that that level of manners as Prophet Muhammad wa sallam you'll see things will start to change between us as an ummah, the way we treat each other. And eventually, in our status, also, we're very far away from where we shouldn't be than sha Allah, we make it a goal, maybe one by one, maybe we take, you know, one at a time. And we say yes, I am lacking on this one I need to better myself and this, and so on. This is one of the best forms of the hour and every one of you knows this. There are people Subhanallah who accept Islam just based on seeing you and seeing your manners and seeing your character and so on. And when they do if someone does see something in

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you have good character and praises that for you bring it back to the religion so they don't see that it is just something personal in your personality, that it is something that stems from your religion. If your colleague or co worker says mashallah, you're very honest, he's not gonna say mashallah, unless he's a Muslim. But let's say he tells you, you're very honest. Bring it back to the religion,

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showing that this is what my religion tells me. This is the way of those who emulate the messenger Muhammad peace be upon him. This is the way he used to be. This is what he taught us. You see what I'm saying? One by one, this is one of the best forms of Dawa.

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If we want to speak about the manners of Prophet Muhammad, Salah, like I said, we'll never finish

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it is enough to say, and enough of a summary and say that actually said that his character was

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and you can't get any better than the Quran. Many of the manners are in the Quran.

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After that,

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we said in the verse before this verse, Allah subhanaw, taala, negated any possibility of the Prophet SAW Selim having any insanity Okay, absorbed, does he have that? And after that, he goes on the other side, so he negated anything negative, and then he gave him everything positive, which is the great character that he praised him for. Then he says

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faster to Nelson, who will say Oh, don't

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be a como.

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These are two verses. See, you will see. So you will see and they will see which of you is the afflicted, which is the afflicted in parentheses by a devil.

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Allah subhanaw taala here is speaking, and he is speaking

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to Prophet Muhammad Salim and to the kuffaar. At the same time, almost as if he is showing that here you have a just judge.

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Someone is coming. A third party is now judging

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you soon, so I'm speaking to problem has also led me speaking to the Kufa. In other words, here you have a third party,

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a judge and that is Allah subhanaw taala. He is judging between you and he is telling them he's telling first to Prophet Muhammad Salah you will see

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and they will see

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what, which of you is the afflicted. It's also a threat. It's a threat and it's a scary one. Especially if you are hearing it from their standpoint.

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And that Allah subhanaw taala is telling you essentially, they will see, but he's seeing it in the third person, which makes it even more scary. It's like when I'm speaking to you directly, and I'm talking about your neighbor, he will see I will show him and I don't look at him. It's scary. They are being mentioned now in this way, but to Prophet Muhammad Rasul Allah, they will see,

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they will see what, who is the afflicted,

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as they used to constantly abuse him with this, and he would negate it in every way, his manners, negated that.

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But they continue to accuse him of this. So Allah subhanaw taala is the one who exonerated him. And he's saying essentially, that As Salam is exonerated, then who has been insane

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the people who accused him of insanity in the first place first atube, zero, when you sit down,

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it's interesting

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that he used the verb of C, even though the said that

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he interpreted as knowing that you will know, and they will know what the expression is more expressive than just knowledge, it's a matter of seeing it as if you will see, and you will be totally sure about who was affected, who is the one who was on the right path and who was otherwise you will see it, it's something that you will see, and you will be ultimately sure of, and this is on the Day of Judgment sale, where you've seen only a common math tune. And my tune here is, of course, the source word of Neptune is fitna. But here it comes to me being afflicted by the jinn and so on. And this is

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the pagans of Mecca, this is what they meant when they were accusing the Prophet sallallahu of insanity. They're not really accusing him of being an insane person, they're accusing him of being afflicted by the Jeep, right, because otherwise, they knew from before he had received the message, that he was knowledgeable and he was wise. And he, you know, he had many situations with them, where he proved his wisdom, so he cannot be an insane man and insane man cannot exhibit a fraction of the wisdom that he exhibited

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in his relationship with

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30 Indeed, your Lord is most knowing of who has gone astray from his weight and his most knowing of the rightly guided. So here you have someone judging who is knowledgeable of who is guided and who is misguided, he is the one who is telling them you will see and they will see, he knows and he is seeing what is happening. He is telling them that

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he is knowledgeable and knowing of who has gone astray from His way, and he is most annoying on the right legal notice he didn't immediately

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accused them. He didn't immediately differentiate or give the final verdict. So all of it is still a threat. Maybe hadn't given them a final verdict, that they are the ones who are straight, they would have kept going this way. But in this way, it's this there's a factor of suspense in it, okay.

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At least to put doubt in their hearts, that you are so sure that you are on the right path and this man is misguided. Think again.

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Your Lord is knowledgeable or most knowing of who has gone astray from his way and he is most knowing of the rightly guided

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dB, then do not obey the deniers

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do not obey the deniers do not obey means what

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it means following them,

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following their ways, answering their wins. All of this comes under obedience. It means do not exhibit any form of obedience to them, because they are misguided and they follow their whims and desires and they are not on the right path. Do not obey them in any way.

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Of course, this is a command for Prophet Muhammad Al Salam, and it is more so a command for his ummah, do not obey the way of the denials of those who deny. And notice he mentioned the reason

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For this command, which is don't obey the deniers, the ones who deny the reason for not obeying them is because they denied your message in the first place. And this is the worst that one can do.

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And therefore they don't deserve, that you will obey them in any way. You can.

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These verses

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should make this way,

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solid in our hearts, that we do not obey the deniers those who denied the message of Islam, those who denied the authenticity of this religion, those who deny

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that Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is a prophet, much less denying that he is the seal of the Prophet peace be upon them, do not obey the way of those don't obey them to anything that they call you to.

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It in some way affects your religion, fella to the mean? What do you know for you they know, they wish that you would soften in your position so they will soften towards you.

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This is

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another phrase that is showing the reason behind Allah subhanaw taala, forbidding obedience to them, because they seek to soften in your position, so that they would soften towards you, they are seeking what is called muda Hana.

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And it comes from the three letter verb what? Nana, right? And that Hannah, ultimately has been, okay, what's the relationship? One scholar said that the relationship is that when you paint something, you are coloring it. So the idea is coloring of changing colors. It's similar to changing colors. And this is where the meaning comes from. Softening

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is a way of changing when you soften in something that you are supposed to be solid when you're changing. So that's why a lot of me when I claim can be accurately represented as chameleons that change colors. This is no way the hypocrites are one day they are the kuffaar. And one day they are with the Muslims. So they are constantly changing their color exactly like a chameleon. And this is just to try to bring it closer this is where the verb comes from. And where this meaning arises from what do you know to do for you to hit on so this is something very bad. This is something that we should avoid at all costs, which is softening in our religion. What do

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you do? They would like nothing more that Muslims soften in the religion.

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But then you might ask, Well, what's wrong with being gentle, being kind with being

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well mannered, in our religion and in our well, who said this, anything that's opposite to this in this verse, this is not what it's about. But it's about softening in things which are

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solid in our religion, something that does not accept any softening or change.

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But if there was never two options, and they are both permissible and one is easier than the other, then choose the easier this is what Prophet Muhammad also allowed us to do. But if it is going to put you or take you into the the field of haram, then you shouldn't be the first to avoid it. And this is what is meant by not softening in our religion and the problem is, we are soft in our religion.

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It's a problem. In fact, one of the the problems of the Ummah is that our religion is very soft, and it's not solid. And it's not on firm ground. You know when you shake it

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it may even fall

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small fitna

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changes us some things, some small position at work

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may distract you

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may hinder you from doing what's right from something that you know is right in the religion. And then we go and we start to try to find loopholes and we try to find another way out. And we say well, isn't there any scholar any fatwa in the last 14 centuries, that allows me to do this and so on. Were soft, we were not solid in our religion, we need to become solid, so that we don't suffer in the religion. And believe me, brothers and sisters suffering in the religion, its consequences are only bad.

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For the simple reason that when you soften on one thing, you'll easily soften on the other. And then this report takes you step by step one after the other

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Don't soften, be solid. And by the way, that itself may be an excellent form of Dawa. Because once you start softening, they know that that which you are calling to, is not something

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that worthy.

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But when you are solid

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in it, they see that your source of strength and firmness, is that

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isn't that religion, that's when they want to come after it and see what is it that makes them so strong?

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You know, has Malik Shabazz Muhammad Allah, formerly

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Malcolm X,

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one of the things that's so interested in him, and he was a bandit, and he was a junkie and he used to do drugs and so on until Allah subhanaw taala guided him. But when he was first guided, he wasn't guided to the full truth. He was guided to the Nation of Islam, right. But when he, but what he saw in prison of the people from the Nation of Islam was strength.

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Right? What he saw was strength in discipline. He saw their discipline. They didn't, even though they were not

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mainstream Muslims, but they didn't used to do those things that maybe many of the blacks used to do at the time, because the poverty because of the discrimination because of whatever it may be. They were in that situation. So when he saw someone have his skin color, so strong and so disciplined, and so firm, he said this must be the truth.

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And he went very deep into the Nation of Islam until he became one of its biggest leaders until eventually Allah subhanaw taala guided them to mainstream Islam. So seeing someone being firm and disciplined, and completely committed to an idea is one of the best forms of Dawa do not soften.

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They will take you one after another.

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Ultimately, Allah subhanaw taala said, What do lotor Karuna Kava Kava,

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Munna salah, they would love that you disbelieve as they have this belief so that you can become equal.

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So there's no end to suffering.

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It's it's a locked door which you should keep locked. Once you open it. The wind may come and open it completely. Don't you know this is what's right. You know that there is no fatwa and there is nothing to change this. This is what Allah subhanaw taala you are sure that this is what is Allah, what pleases us do not choose anything over Allah's power, especially if it is the, you know, fleeting distractions of the dunya or money or wealth or our jobs or something else. We soften on all kinds of things. We trade

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so many

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benefits, at the expense of the pleasure of Allah subhana wa Tada. We say to ourselves, if only I softened on this, maybe then they will look at me kindly. Maybe then I will impress so and so. Maybe then salsa will be happy with me. Brothers and sisters, I swear by Allah subhanaw taala everything contains falsehood, except Allah azza wa jal, everything that you depend on.

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besides Allah is falsehood, everything that you think will ultimately be there for you, it will not.

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Sometimes Subhanallah a person may give up several things, thinking for sure, now this person would be pleased with me, and they are still not pleased. Because you chose the pleasure of human beings at the expense of the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala it shouldn't be the opposite.

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One poet said it perfectly. Everything besides Allah is false.

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And this is this is the reality and you learn it as you go along. And then you think to yourself, no, I finally got to know someone, and he's an excellent business partner, and He will do anything for me, and this and that, and so on so forth. And you think there's no way he's ever going to be teaming up on this no problem because he doesn't really like things about my energy oddity and so on. And then eventually you find

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that the only thing that is fully true is Allah subhanaw taala. And everything else is false. Don't depend except on Allah subhanaw taala don't soften in your religion, you have conviction stick to those convictions.

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And Allah subhanaw taala will help you

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he, and do not obey every worthless habitual swear. Now Allah subhanaw taala.

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is commanding profitable, huzzah, Salam

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to obey

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some categories of people and different categories of character of immoral character. Notice now

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he repeated well,

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he could have just said he could have continued what I could have in the end, okay. But it is to emphasize that you should not obey these people because they are of the moral character. Well,

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nice comment that Jackson mentioned in history.

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Upon the earlier verse, we're in the Calacatta hook and

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he said,

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no one

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could receive this praise in the best way, except Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu

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is the only one who deserves that praise this we are not debating, but he is the only one who can accept

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and appropriately received that praise. Why? Because anyone who receives that praise from the Almighty Allah subhanaw taala his character will reverse 180 degrees.

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Because, you and I, when we receive praise from each other, right? When we receive praise from each other, we start to change mashallah, you know, commented or praise, you know, my, my treatment of people or that I am hospitable or that I am generous or something else. And then all of a sudden, somehow I may turn around, or maybe he praised my modesty and all of a sudden I become arrogant.

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You become the opposite. We don't receive that praise well, because a lot of times it will cause us to do the opposite. As long as I have gotten what I wanted, which is that I heard praise from people, then I don't need to act anymore, right? I don't need to be artificial anymore. This is not praise from human beings praise from Allah.

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Can you imagine Allah Subhana Allah praising your manners? Allah, what would you do?

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You will become at least so proud of your manners. And so arrogant.

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Yes, Prophet Muhammad Rasul Allah, only added to his modesty. He knows his the best of humanity, and that Allah azza wa jal has praised his manners eternally by mentioning it in the novel, and it will forever be mentioned and that didn't change him.

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One miniscule bits, it may have only refined his character or added to his modesty. And yet, he dealt with people with modesty, though he is the man whom Allah subhanaw taala praised and praised his manners, some Allah, he was setting them here now. Allah subhanaw taala as he praised the prophets of Salaam and exonerated him of all the field manners,

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is now showing the exact opposite of those who abused him

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and insulted him and accused him of ill manners. He is now showing various manners and their lack of manners

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do not obey every worthless habitual swear?

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A Muslim is not someone who constantly swears. This is one of the

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things one of the diseases that we need to get rid of.

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Do not obey every worthless habitual swear.

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Hand laughing line hello, if you'll notice that all of the adjectives that are coming are all in the linguistic sense. They're all in the exaggerated form. Hala hammers, Masha, right. This is an exaggerated form. don't obey every worthless habitual swear. This is what many people do and especially some of the merchants and some of the businessman Wallah.

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You You just hear them saying well, Allahu Allah. If you see someone habitually swearing, know very well that he is a liar.

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Without exaggeration, why does someone constantly swear?

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Because he's doubting what people believe him.

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Because he made he is telling lies. And he knows that people are skeptical of what he is saying. So the only way to assert what he's saying is by juxtaposing it with the name of Allah subhanaw taala

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and this shows you

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their outlook on Allah subhanaw taala when someone constantly swears, you are putting

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Allah subhanaw taala doubt you are lowering the status of the Name of Allah subhanaw taala in your own heart, and in the hearts of people

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swearing well this is not something small and therefore it is not of the character of a Muslim to constantly swear of Allah who Allah.

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But this is what some people do. You know every other thing, they sweat, and they swear on things that you just you don't want to hear whether they're swearing on their life or on their children's life and this is all *. Or they are swearing.

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Bye bye bye.

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Things that you don't want to hear about, okay? Sometimes

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they'll even you know, divorce their wife or they'll say pull up and things like this, all of this level Subhanallah and they are swearing by Allah's petard and using the names of Allah subhanaw taala. Stop swearing. If you are truthful, you don't need to have people know you are truthful. You don't need to swear.

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In the first place, people believe you. But when you constantly lie, of course, you have to assert what you're saying what once and this is why we know about the hypocrites. This is one of the characteristics right?

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The versus woman and others

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they took their a man their oats as what as a as a protection for them. It's a protection between them, and people to protect them from seeing and exposing their lives while laughing.

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This is another adjective and may not be related to Hannah

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Maheen meaning

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worthless or disgraceful. It's a very negative word that shows someone's disgrace and worthlessness and this is indeed

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even an adjective that may be a correct description of many people who just habitually swear they are the spaceless and worthless and therefore all they can do constantly is swear to assert what they are saying to make people believe that having a minimum

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comes from what comes from hands and hands means what?

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What does hems mean?

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Why Nikoli who has certain

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okay, what type of slender

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what's the difference between homeless

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we'll wait till we get to it.

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That's far and this will take us at least another year and a half

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allows us and keeps us alive. How

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is to backbite it is slandering. It's backbiting. Okay, but hands wala Allah is by words. And lens is by action.

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You know, when your friend did something and then you looked at your friend and you waited him or you good, something like that, too. You're basically slandering that person but with action. This is Riba.

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And we do it so much. And people maybe do it out of ignorance. This is also part of the bad part of backbiting with action with eyes or with with a nod or your face or something else. So, a man has

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the exaggerated form of

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hands, which is to backbite

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and one that makes it

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you know, something habitual for them to constantly back minds. And this is will I ever been

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applicable to some Muslims today?

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Their way and their speech to a large extent maybe to backbite people. When people get together, unfortunately many Muslims, all they can talk about is other people,

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purifying your tongue from speaking about others, and believe me, it will bring peace to your heart. Stop talking about people and unless you're going to mention their good attributes, think about the fact that as you're speaking about someone Someone may be speaking or backbiting you have magazine, Masha

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Masha and Nina mean. The exaggerated form here doesn't apply to me. It applies to Masha, Masha and Ben Minami meaning going about and scorner going about malicious gossip, machete and meat meaning walking.

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and going about it it's almost showing you that this person has nothing better to do than just to go about with Nina well

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and Amina as we all know is what

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also slandered

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different ways there's a better translation

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what's the English translation?

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Make it an Arabic and an English lesson at the same time

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with the translation from the Mima?

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if you say something false about your brother or sister

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or not,

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it's not

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worth it. What is it? If something presents in your speaking absence,

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something is not being met, I say

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that it is called Salah mentioned riba we all know this hadith. When he mentioned Riba, then one of the competitors or messenger of Allah, what if what I am saying is true?

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He said, Then you have backed with him.

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He said, What if it's false, he said, then you have lined.

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You see the difference? Some people think Heba is when I mentioned something, which is false, it's not correct, about my brother or sister or friend, behind their back, this is Reba. But if it is truly in him, or in her, it's not live alone. That's the opposite.

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Reba is prohibited when it is really in person. So and so is really greedy. He is. So when I say behind his back, Mr. Riba, this is utterly prohibited. Unless

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you say, Well,

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unless these are exceptions, the six exceptions to riba which leave I've never really mentioned, I see people smiling, because I think they feel a homework question coming on. But I think we mentioned them before the six exceptions to him, I find them number one, now we mentioned okay.

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One of them is to warn people.

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If you are warning, let's say a wife or a bride to be so greedy, this is something else. Prophet Muhammad wa sallam did this, right.

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When he was asked about

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Sophia and

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another person, he mentioned that, you know, so and so doesn't have money, and so on. So it's women and things like this. This is the one this is different. But when you mentioned something about someone, and it is truly in them, this is what is driba, which is utterly prohibited. And it is like you are eating, you're dead dad's brothers meet.

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If what quality is not in the first place, you are back with him and you have lied against.

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And this is worse.

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And this is slander.

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But we still haven't gotten to name. The meme is going about and spreading words in order to destroy relations.

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It may not be rumors, no, not only rumors, it may be true.

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But you shouldn't conceal that. If I was in a gathering, and someone said something about someone else.

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And I take those words to that someone else knowing this is going to cause a cutting of ties. This isn't the name. And the word is calumny.

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Calamy or spreading calories.

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This is nabina. And this is most dangerous. And one of the reasons for the punishment of the greatest prophet Muhammad. Allah mentioned

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when he saw two being punished in the grave, one of them because he didn't use to purify himself from urine, and the other one because he used to walk around and go about spreading the meme, spreading this

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and cutting the relations of people. Even if something was true, be wise and conceal that. Don't go and mention to someone else you know what also said about you. Right? This is what destroys relations

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and therefore

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it should be avoided at all costs.

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You can of course you can spread a rumor something which is not true when the purpose of destroying relations.

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But even if it's true

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Exactly, exactly.

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If you intend to fix relations between people you are allowed to lie. This is one of the three exceptions to like right?

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So amazzing mashallah and Binyamin Norris he mentioned Masha, it means they have nothing better to do they go about in their life spending calumnies between people must share in being a mean

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thing preventer of good transgressing and sinful, another hateful characteristic.

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Someone whose heart is so black, they don't want good to reach anyone.

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They prevent good from reaching people, whether it's money, whether it's good praise, whether it's whatever it's general mana.

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Even though some scholars mentioned that hate here means money, as Allah Subhana Allah said on the other sewer

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that he is indeed

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means money Allah Allah. So this is one of the meanings when someone who prevents the poor of the needy, from getting money from getting help from getting shelter and so on. Okay, but it is also general it applies to all good manner. And there are people that are like that their hearts are black, they don't like any good reaching people. They hate to see people happy, or enjoying the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala and so on.

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as I was the other way of not owning my own, they prevent others from receiving

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charity and so on.

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The neverending height tending,

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a transgressor and this applies to all forms of transmission, whether it is by the tongue, whether it is by hand, by by by hitting by abusing by killing all forms of transmission that you can imagine not attending a theme, a theme sinful, all kinds of sins against the loss

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can be transgression against human beings here, mostly a theme sinful against Allah subhanaw taala, partaking in all kinds of sins, major sins,

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alcohol, not praying.

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You can say, fornication and adultery and magic and everything, martyrdom.

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Because any

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cruel, moreover, an illegitimate pretender, Tony

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they're mentioning cruel, this is one way to describe it. It has several meanings. And one of them is someone who is cruel.

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Who is rough in character, who is fierce, who has no mercy in his heart. This is the meaning of today. And this is why in the authentic hadith

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are seldom said that the ones who enter paradise are the poor and the needy. And the ones who enter Hellfire are one of them is

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a tune, meaning the cruel and the one who have mercy on their heart. The other adjectives are

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Java, Java, Java stack version, also a meaning of arrogant and being cruel and rough. And without mercy in one's hearts. All of this comes under.

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So it's an it's an adjective, of the people who will dwell in hellfire forever will either be left to learn.

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They mentioned cruel, then.

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And after that, after that, or Moreover, meaning that in addition to all of this,

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all of these

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really repulsive attributes, after all of this as if it's not enough,

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they translated it as an illegitimate pretender.

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And they say, claiming a particular lineage fall asleep.

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These two meanings are there and there is one more

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that scholars mentioned, which is someone who is known for their evil,

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someone who is known for their evil and indeed we know as Prophet Muhammad wa sallam said that some people will die and people will ask Allah to have mercy on them, other people will die, and people will be happy

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People will almost be like the Praise be to Allah subhanaw taala that this person is God, okay. There are these types of people who are known for evil and who have annoyed and irritated people because of their evil. So, here it says the route to limb

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after all of that Zen in either someone who is known for his evil or an illegitimate pretender meaning he is a pretender by being amongst the people, but he is not really part of that people are claiming this false lineage

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scholars debated who

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is referenced by these verses

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and the most popular opinion is it is and when either ignorant Mahira

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and the other very popular opinion is eventually right.

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And both are evil.

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And the reason the popular opinion is that it is invalid is that the last then says after that and Canada many more than

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the first one who said that the problem was asylum is bringing is just folklore and Legends is actually

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okay. And

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in fact, some of the scholars mentioned that

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the name can apply to either one of those people. In the case of unbelievers, they mentioned that his father only claimed in after 18 years.

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So, he was an illegitimate son, and his father claimed them after 18 years.

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And he may have not even known that, when he they will Mahira himself until the Quran mentioned it about him

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the other possibility

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he was from Turkey, so, he was not of the pagans. And yet he was pretending to be part of them Allah said. So, the name can apply to both

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standard because of the next two verses, which we are coming to to learn better than it was yesterday.

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Should I?

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So just look at all these attributes.

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don't obey the deniers deniers is the first right?

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Then worthless swear. A scorner going about with the gossip preventer good transgressing and sinful, cruel and over all of this illegitimate pretender.

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And they had all of these attributes, and Prophet Muhammad salah is the furthest one from all of these attributes. It's interesting that Allah subhanaw taala praised him, completely praised his manners and his character, then mentioned the character of the Evil Ones who accused him and you can see how Prophet Muhammad is the furthest from all of these evil attributes. One after another in the in profit now celebs it was used to sweat and he is the one who told the Muslims that a Muslim is not one who constantly swears, and that is the furthest thing from being disgraceful. The disgraced are the ones who abused him and who accused him they are the ones who are disgrace Abdullah of

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innovative and saloon. He is the one who is disgraced. Though he accused Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem and he called them the disgraced one and then his own son

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defended Prophet Maha Salam and accused his father they said by Allah is the honor the newer the disgraced

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Haluk in my haste have mesin mache been an imperfect Mohamed Salah was the furthest thing from Hans. He never used to speak about anyone. His heart was so pure, Masha and Benin, who is further from Amina that.

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To the extent that he told his companions don't any one of you come to me and say anything about one of my companions, because I want to always come to you with a pure heart. He doesn't want to hear a single bad thing about any of his companions. So not only does he is he far from spending the NEMA, he will not receive nema. And this is what we need to also apply. When someone comes to you with nema. You should stop it.

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Say I don't want to hear it. You want to create problems between me and my brother? I don't want to hear it. This is what Prophet Muhammad used to do when

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Prophet Muhammad was a source for all good for the people.

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He was

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was more generous even then the wind, bringing all good to the people and to their crops and so on. When that

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was the door to all good to be distributed to spread, spread to people, a theme a transgressor and sinful, all far from the beautiful and most refined character of Prophet Muhammad, not only

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applies to people like Elijah Adam Harris, who didn't

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last 10 children and didn't kiss a single one of them, as in the authentic hadith, when he saw the Muslims kissing their children, and he was surprised. And he said, Well, I have 10 children, I haven't kissed a single one. And then Papa wasallam said, What can I do to you if Allah subhanaw taala has taken mercy from your heart, Prophet Muhammad, season haselwood for saying, walking in the middle of the people while he's giving the and he cannot come down, stop,

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come down from the pulpit and grab his grandsons and take them up with him to the pulpit. It's beyond his control. In this case, he's so merciful.

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If you saw your children do this, sometimes the Imam is sinning and his child comes to him and he pushes him away. He's embarrassed that his child is coming to him in front of people. Prophet Muhammad comes down from the hook.

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And he takes it hassle. And it was just he couldn't he said it himself when he went up in

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fitna, he said, I saw him and I couldn't. I mean, his heart came down with him to take his grandsons. To him, his heart was full of mercy, somebody will send them a mouse and not

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to limb

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delicous and him, we know the honorable lineage of Prophet Muhammad, Allah that Allah azza wa jal chose him, okay?

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From Quraysh and chose him from Danny Hashem, and then then Hashem was chosen from Croatia and so on, all the way up to his mind, he was part of he had the best lineage. So

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one by one, the purpose is the furthest from all of these evil attributes that were mentioned

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specifically about what he did.

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And ultimately, they are, they apply, but generally and as well the losses and said, were that

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every person who does this

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mean because he is a possessor of wealth and children. This could mean two things.

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The first meaning don't obey Him, because He is a possessor of wealth and children. In other words, don't let his wealth and his children intimidate you into obeying Him, okay, when people see others,

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drowning in blessings, having so much wealth, and so much power and the reputation and so on, when they when when a person sees all of this, it can be something that shakes their faith shakes their email, he is telling

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DO NOT OBEY Him, because of this and Canada and Ireland, we are possible meaning is

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that how can you be a disbeliever? How can he be have all of these attributes and be so far away from Allah subhanaw taala. Yet he is the one who Allah blessed with wealth and with children and so on, and Canada man in what

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and this is what a lot of a reference to

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either to

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when Our Verses are recited to him, he says, legends of the former peoples, he was the first to say that, and others started saying it after him. They accused the Quran, the only authentic Words of Allah subhanaw taala left on the earth, they accused of being legends. And my dear brothers and sisters, they said this before, and they say it now. And you might have heard it. A few practicing Dharma with some people. You may have heard it from someone when they when you start talking to them about Prophet about his miracles, about the about the miracles of the Quran. They say ancient stories, ancient stories, right? Folklore.

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These are payouts that people wrote. It's the same Allah subhanaw taala is warning you of these things so that we can

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Be the first to be aware of it. And so that that will not shake us or our faith or our dollar, they used to say that they will say it now

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in terms of the former folk, and this shows you the danger of not being objective in judging that which comes to you,

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when something is given to you, take a look at it with an open mind and be objective about it and give you a logical conclusion. Don't just

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push things away, Allah subhanaw taala gave you a brain to use in order to

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assess things. So that Seymour who

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we will grant him upon the snot

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Allah subhanaw taala, he threatened

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that specific person, that Allah that He will brand him and branding is not usually applicable to human beings. Unless we talk about certain Danny occupiers and certain terrorists here and there who may do things like this, who have, who will do anything, without fear of Allah subhanaw taala or without fear of

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punishment or anyone, or any criticism of that or anything else, you might find that but in general, branding is for animals.

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That itself is a big insult that Allah azza wa jal has threatened, that he will be branded.

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And to add insult to injury, he will not be branded anywhere he will be branded on his snow.

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Didn't even say no.

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So branding is one thing that is disgraceful.

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branding on the nose is even more disgraceful because this is

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a place of glory, believe it or not,

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the nose,

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it is something

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that is usually mentioned as

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a normal part of the face.

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And this is why one of the words for arrogance in Arabic comes from nose and, and his nose and NFL is arrogance. Because when you're arrogant, you do what?

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You stick your nose up, right? What it is, they don't say that, you know, it's phases. You know, why is he Why is his nose up in the sky, the same expression to mean that someone is arrogant. So the word comes from this, because the nose is usually a symbol of pride

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and honor.

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So he will be branded on that note.

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And this is the ultimate in disgracing him for his disbelief and for all of his ill manners. And in addition, he didn't say that he will be branded on his nose. He said he will be branded on his mouth or his trunk. And this is a reference to the nose of an elephant or possibly a pig. And this is the ultimate in disgrace. And Allah subhanaw taala when He disgraced someone, he disgraces him completely. So in a civil war Anna, her poem is used in Arabic, usually for an elephant for a long snout, okay, and it could be also applicable to a pig. So in a simile who Halakhot these

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three words that are ultimate in disgracing annually, even more or less average rate, or whoever was meant

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by this verse, this can be applicable in

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this branding on his nose can be applicable international Allah Allah, it's part of the disgrace that will be on their face as the disbelievers will be disgraced with blackened faces on the day of judgment, but him specifically and maybe even differentiated from the other disbelievers with the branding on his trunk. Another possibility, as Evan Abbas mentioned, is that this branding was here in this dunya though he didn't mention who the person was. But he mentioned that in the Battle of Benin, he was hit with a sword on his nose, which left a mark on his nose which stayed with him until he died. So he was indeed branded on his nose here in this dunya and that is, that is also

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another possibility. Allah subhanaw taala Baraka, Chico

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Welcome Hungary

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any questions or comments

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we'll try brothers and sisters in Sharla for

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next time I'll try to also do it on Saturday but as my schedule is not clear so I cannot promise you from now but it will be announced

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on Friday

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and for the tests

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if you can

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give me your tests on Surah Tabarak

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the few No it's all perfectly Excellent. If you didn't know at all I can help you by correcting or by

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putting some comments or something of that

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how many have tried to do the test?

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Try it

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we need more we need more effort

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we need more effort. We said that this isn't challah one of the ways that will

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entice us to be more serious about the study

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this is not related to dunya

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you can deal with them there can be exchanged between you and them and so on. But it is not related.

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nothing should be at the expense of your religion or your piety or doing something wrong and so on

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I will try but it's

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well, I mean, you'll hear the announcement will be there on financial for now let's assume it's Saturday.

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Unless it's changed Allah is not gonna be better than Russia

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it's not gonna better are not yet not yet

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but I think it's

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acceptable, but there are few like between

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I'm okay with either one.

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Another two weeks

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You mentioned three things that

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will be

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Branding now

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branding in itself is disgraceful. branding on the nose is more disgraceful. And the third one is that he didn't call it a nose He called it a trunk or snot.

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Subhanak along the Hyundai Kona shadow Allah and stuff

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