Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 29 #35 – Al-Qiyamah 1

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the meaning of the Day of Resurrection, which is the day when the resurrection is occurring. They also discuss the meaning of the Day of Work, which is when the work is complete. The importance of self accountability and admonition in addressing issues and bringing up issues may arise. The use of fingerprints as a tool for identification and the potential for identifying criminals with similar fingerprints is discussed. The Day of Judgment is a time when everyone reaches an understanding of the concept of the Day of Judgment, and the speakers touch on the difficulty of detecting criminals and the importance of fingerprinting as a means of identification.
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Santa Monica

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of handling

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100 Cathedral Pleven Muga comfy

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little Salah to attend with this Lamia and so you didn't email me now have you been?

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I will cost him Mohammed Abdullah. Earlier he was talking to here with a woman

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in a humid Dean Subhana color.

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In the lobby we'll have him all praises due to Allah Almighty. We send prayers and blessings upon the final messenger and our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his noble family, right his companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the Day of Judgment. Glory be to You Oh Allah, no knowledge of 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 to the inaugural Quran and to make it an argument for us and not against us on the Day of Judgment. Because Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the authentic hadith, the Quran is either an

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argument for you or against you on the Day of Judgment. So we seek refuge in Allah, that it'd be an argument against us, all of the knowledge that we are gaining about it and reading it and increasing our faith and so on. May it be in Shaolin argument for us and not against us on the Day of Judgment.

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And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to bring us together at the height of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad Al Salam, the highest of paradise, as he has brought us together here today, to study this noble work we finished sorting with destiny by the Grace of Allah and we will start today inshallah so that lpm and the name itself

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of the chapter

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has its weight.

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I mean, we are talking about

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you know, the chapter of

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the NPM itself, as everyone knows, is something very heavy and important Allah subhanaw taala raise our status on the day

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and give us security on that day.

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Allah Most High said Quran

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him in a che upon him watching Bismillah learning watching

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the movie The

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movie scene

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gonna let you read

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either very

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What do you mean?

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enough that you want to

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eat him?

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I swear by the Day of Resurrection.

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And the better translation is? No. I swear by the Day of Resurrection. Okay, in the translation we're using, he doesn't use the word. No. And he goes straight to the meaning one of the possible meanings we'll talk about it in sha Allah. No.

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Exclamation mark. I swear by the Day of Resurrection.

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And I swear and again, and no, I swear by the reproaching soul.

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Does man think that we will not assemble his bones? Yes, we are able even to proportion his fingertips and given my a lot of the words here.

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One thing plus word in translation of it may not be sufficient. So the translation, giving only one word may not help us completely, but that we'll get to when we talk about the verses. But man desires to continue in sin. He asks when is the day of the resurrection. So when vision is dazzled to the end of the verses, and Salah will try to finish as much as we recited God willing.

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dear brothers and sisters Surah Al PM, the chapter of the piano, and we know the importance of LTM the piano is something amazing, something great something beyond any person's imagination, something that makes this life

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look like a game.

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A game.

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This dunya Child's Play, compared to lpm is just a game you are playing. Some of the kids, when they play in the arcade, they play the game they enjoy for a few minutes, and then they go back to their regular life. This is essentially that Arcade is just a game. So enough you'll see the tour. Game over. The game is over. The real life is starting the day of judgment LPN. And that's when the real life starts, and the perpetual life start, either perpetual happiness or perpetual destruction and peril. May Allah azza wa jal help us on that day. This is lpm okay.

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We read in the previous Surah about Jana

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Kumar is one of the great things hellfire, right. One of the aspects of ltr not paradise and hellfire is telling you Hellfire is one of the great things, one of the greatest things, one of the things that are most important that people need to be aware of. This is Johanna, and this is what people will see

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in LTM on the Day of Judgment.

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One of the names of the Day of Judgment. And you have many other names, right from the Day of Judgment such as what can you give me some names?

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All right.

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What else

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they have accountable, each one gives you a certain meaning.

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Right? We went through it all back. We forgot what that means. All right. For those that don't mean.

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Deceit, that's what you mean.

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The day for accountability.

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Piano, really the Day of Resurrection, this comes comes from pm from rising right from rising to Allah subhanaw taala.

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Comes from standing essentially,

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before Allah subhanaw taala. So

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when Allah says

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we thought we said the translation tells us that his swearing was the day of resurrection. And this is

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the correct opinion. Indeed, Allah subhanaw taala is swearing by it, but not immediately, right?

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Or in the translation, he says, I swear by

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literally, that's not what it says. Right. There's a law. And there's a lot of discussion about what that means. So technically, it shouldn't be mentioned in the translation and maybe in the footnote, explaining that, there are some differences about precisely what that means. Now, focusing will be 11pm. Okay. Most scholars

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are of the opinion that this is indeed an affirmative statement. Allah is swearing now it's just, no, it's not. I don't swear. It's not that he's negating swearing. He's saying no, I do swear. Is that clear? And we'll see what that means.

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Some scholars liken this to the to your saying now Allah.

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Right, and somebody says something.

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And usually he's saying something that you are trying to deny or refuse, you will say,

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are you not swearing? Are you saying, Are you denying? No, you're saying no, to what he's saying?

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You're swearing? No, not even that's a different meaning. Here's one of the very probable meanings of why this comes about

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is essentially negating some statement that was made, and then affirming by swearing. So you said something wrong? And I said,

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I'm saying no to what you said, and denying it. And I'm saying well, Allah, something something. It's like someone say

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is not a messenger. And I said, love Allah. He is.

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No by Allah. He is a messenger, you see, so the note is what it is negating something that you said, there's an answer to something you said, and this opinion is favored by many other scholars.

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meaning in this situation? What could it be that they were denying, that needs to be therefore refuted? They believe in the resurrection, right? They don't believe in the resurrection. They're saying is Allah subhanaw taala going to bring us back together after we are scattered bones and dust and so on with Allah azza wa jal Resurrector. There is no such thing as a Day of Judgment, when is this day of government? So in answer to all of these doubts, the answer's no.

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I swear by the day,

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is this clear? This is one of the very probable

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meanings of the law.

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And these are some of the things that might have said, it is therefore Correct. No, I swear by the Day of Judgment focusing will be on with him. And Allah Allah when Allah azza wa jal swears by the Day of Judgment, it is something completely different. Of course, Allah is the only one who can swear by his creation and his creation are only allowed to swear by their Creator. Right?

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Only to swear by Allah subhanaw taala we cannot swear by anything else, he can swear by whatever he pleases, and the lonely swear about the things that he wants us to pay attention to. And this is one of the very important ones as pm on the day of

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the only real piano

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the other possible meaning and this is one, what some scholars said also, they said

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something extra, okay. It is like an extra.

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And you will find that also uncertain places in the living was different about the issue

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certainty, okay, it's, it's an extra lap. It's not not for us to understand that Allah doesn't swear, it's an extra level of certainty or confirmation. This is another opinion. There's a third opinion also. And that is that Allah subhanaw taala is basically saying that

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this concept is

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alluding to swearing but not directly Swift

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is not directly swearing. Because basically, you think this is something so

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true. And certain thing doesn't require Allah to swear by it.

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It's something so certain that it doesn't require Allah subhanaw taala to swear by it in the first place. Usually he'll swear about something that is doubtful. No, this is not doubtful at all. It's a certain. So some scholars took it as

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alluding to like an indirect swearing but not an actual swearing, okay.

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Based on the fact that this is something so clear, and so certain, he doesn't even require him to swear by it the panel

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will be only

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third possible opinion. When Allah azza wa jal swears by an piano it means pay attention or free will human being this is something else will be on will piano

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said that. I've been shorba probably a Lavon. When he was mentioned LPL, they said people mentioned lpm.

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In other words, people are mentioning piano so much, basically pointing or directing your attention to the fact that piano is a later stage. People are saying

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the piano of each person is his death

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is basically say, Okay, you all mentioned piano, but mentioned earlier, and that is your own death.

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How was your own death? A piano told me

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but not immediately, right.

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You have left the stage of the dunya the stage where you can do things to help yourself. Right. So for all practical purposes, you have entered the first phase.

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Right? And this is why

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scholars call

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this piano surah

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the smaller or the Minor Piano, the Day of Judgment, LPL Cobra, the major, they've just this is the minor because once you die, you cannot help yourself anymore. So you've already entered into the phase of Aquila, for all practical purposes, in the face of dunya. The face of dunya is the place where you can help yourself where you can avail yourself with this. Once you have left it. You're done.

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So you've already started and we know already for

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In the authentic hadith the Prophet Muhammad

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in the grave you've already entered a stage of either pleasure or punishment when

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Allah subhanaw taala

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notes it will be a piano

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What do you mean

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the word option is only used and it is used

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with love

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all of the users

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okay. Then Allah subhanaw taala says,

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and no, I swear by the reproaching soul when the

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brothers and sisters

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scholars categorize the next our soul into three categories.

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This is one of them unnecessarily the one the reproaching So, the second type enough

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and that's the number all mentioned in the inaugural Quran. Lesson Amara is the soul that constantly commands its owner to do evil.

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Right and this was the reply of whom

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who mentioned an absolute Amara in the Quran

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was the lady who mentioned and Nestle Amma

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right, the woman who tried to be the wife of the King who tried to seduce Satana Yusuf Ali set up, she said in a nutshell,

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she is confessing that her soul has commanded her to do evil. And the third type of Solas and Neptune in Lancers and makers of those.

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Meaning the content so content with what Allah subhanaw taala

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in sha Allah has given us and content with

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comforted always by constant obedience to Allah subhanaw taala in this dunya

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and listen, the one coming from what's the word loan? Loan meaning blame.

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Okay, when you

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attribute loan to somebody, you are saying basically someone blames me or I blame someone. So it is they repeatedly blaming soon, they're

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also mentioned as the reproaching source.

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Most of the scholars

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and our writers predecessors explain this to me, the soul that indeed, as linguistically it means the soul that always blamed its owner, for its wrongdoing,

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and for the evil that it does. And in that sense, this is the greatest praise. Allah is swearing by and praising therefore, an Epson a woman. Why, because the human being who owns the soul that is constantly reporting him, and blaming him for the evil that he does, is a song that is always helping him and encouraging him to do good, and to stop performing evil and to stop sinning against Allah subhanho wa Taala as opposed to the song that is constantly commanding evil, as opposed to someone who is just committing sins and never caring what they are doing. But

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the believer who has that type of he's always fighting with his nuts about things that he has done or she has done.

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Why did you do this today? Why did you

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have the harm? Why did you look when you were not supposed to look? Why did you go where you were not supposed to go? Why did you not perform? Do

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you see this constant blame?

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Very important disciplining tool, the Muslim who has

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and this is not something that you either have or you don't. It's something you develop by holding yourself accountable about self accountability. It's about self admonition, right? You as long as yourself constantly, this is the Muslims whose hearts is aligned

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the Muslim, if we can say that there are some Muslims who

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never holds themselves accountable, their hearts are dead, or at least very sick, where they do things, and they don't blame themselves for it, and they don't think about it.

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This is why

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when he was explaining this, he said the following. He said,

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Verily, the believer by Allah, we always find him blaming himself. He's defining the moment, always blaming himself. What did I mean by what I said? What did I intend, with the thing that I ate? What I intended by what I was thinking, are some of the things maybe that some of these instantaneous thoughts that we have, and he says, The transgressing one,

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and the one who commit sins, he goes forward in his life in never, ever

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hold themselves accountable or admonishes himself.

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Almost like this is one of the ways that you can differentiate between the two. In fact, if you look at

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a Muslim, God forbid, in whom there is hypocrisy, they will commit sins, it will be like a fly on their nose.

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After they commit something, which is a major sin, that another

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would be afraid to even get close to, but then that other sin committing Muslim,

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or someone whose heart is hypocrisy with respect to the worship of Allah.

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It's like a flood.

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They did something evil, they just

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pushed it away.

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The Muslim on the other hand, may have done something which is 1/10 of the sin of that person 1/10 of it,

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he sits down and he holds himself accountable, and maybe even his eyes tear, or the fear of loss is

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very important and necessary. lawanna I can go on and on and on about the lesson. You remember, I think we did a talk about self accountability and self admonition, you can go back to it if you'd like. And I mentioned many of the different things in the quotations of scholars and some of the stats about the importance of holding oneself accountable, always holding oneself accountable and reporting oneself and blaming oneself. Because

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why? Because

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scholars, imams, happy

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colors to Allah subhanaw taala will not always be with you

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to admonish,

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and they'll not always admonish about that which you require admonition

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will will handle certain issues, and the man will handle certain issues. He'll get up on the pulpit and then talk about a major problem that was can suffer from today. But

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it's not your problem, not

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your problem? No. Or my problem is that I am not faring enough. And I am looking at everything. As an example.

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What type of football do I need in this situation? Or what type of lesson do I need to listen to a lesson about the importance of lowering one's gaze? Right?

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Know that

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you know that. So you go

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and you ask a pious brother to admonish you with respect to that, or you buy a tape about that. Or you download something from the internet about a book concerning that issue and you read about it yourself. admonition is a

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form of discipline.

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And this is why it's so important. This all stems from an absent

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from the self reproaching. So if you don't blame yourself, you'll never know what you need. Yes or no.

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It's about looking into your body and what things you feel. If you decide to manage with all of the pains in your body. You're never gonna know what to say to the doctor. But if you are always evaluating your physical health,

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and use see Wait, this is something I didn't realize before or I'm starting to get tired I didn't used to get tired before. This is part of you're holding yourself accountable on a physical level. You'll be able to go to the doctor and say Doctor, my problem is this. But when you evaluate yourself and your situation with respect to Allah subhanaw taala and your relationship with him. You will never know that you have

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swaying or moving backwards, many, many kilometers from where you were before, unless you are evaluating yourself. And then you say to yourself

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Subhan Allah,

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a few months back, I used to not live

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Salah 2pm Now I'm starting to leave some of the sooner during the day also, sometimes I'm even delaying the hunt, as an example, and you can apply to every other thing in your life. The Muslim who evaluates themselves knows what is wrong with themselves, and therefore will go after the proper medicine.

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Whatever that medicine may be, all part of the fruits of having a self reproaching soul unless a woman, the female

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of those who used to hold themselves accountable is our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa,

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who used to hold themselves accountable.

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Not for not remembering Allah subhanaw taala but for not remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala enough,

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as he says in the famous Hadith, that he used to seek the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala 100 Even though ALLAH forgive his past sins and his future sin,

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he used to seek forgiveness of Allah Posada 100 times a day.

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And as if that wasn't enough,

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and also I would feel a covering on my heart. When I do that same vicar and I am constantly in it. He's holding himself accountable not for

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leaving for for doing something or for forgetting something he is holding himself accountable for lack of Vicus No, he used to be constant in this is the far always when he was doing it. In another narration, the Sahaba said in one sitting, we would call 70 times or 100 times of Allah and he's holding himself accountable for that.

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For lack of a staccato Allah, Allah, Allah forgive us say, Allah

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is on his famous saying where he says hold yourselves accountable before you will be held accountable Allah Allah, in other words, be your own happy.

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What Allah azza wa jal says about the the the human being on the Day of Judgment,

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enough sickle yo Malaika Hasina.

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Raise your book, he'll give you a book and read it. Raise your book, just be not sick.

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You yourself

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As a judge for yourself, your book is a word to judge, this is what you this is the best judge, be your own Hassim because that's what you will do. So be your own judge, judge yourself before someone judges you. Hold yourselves accountable before you are held accountable and weigh yourself in this case before you your deeds are weighed, in the scale, on the day of judgment and this is why Allah

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was heard one day when he went behind

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some wall or structure and he was holding himself accountable. And he was acknowledging himself and he was saying

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is talking to himself.

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Allah, did you ever say to yourself, fear Allah, telling, admonishing your soul? says no, I'm not telling himself to fear Allah for what

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wants to know,

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for all of the goods, and the benefit that he brought to the Muslim ummah, when he was Khalifa, or for his standing for hours in the middle of the night and pm and crying to Allah subhanaw taala or for the justice that he spread in the land of the Muslims. What is he holding himself accountable for?

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He's telling himself to fear Allah, He says, Fear Allah,

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for Allah will punish you.

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And then

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if a brother comes, and he says, the fear Allah, gently, he doesn't even tell him Allah will punish you fear Allah but are you telling me to fear Allah

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subhanaw taala.

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Allah will punish you.

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When someone tells you to fear Allah to reminder, can you ever fear Allah precisely as he deserves to be feared?

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Can you as he deserved,

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so why not let your brother cause you to feel better you feel a lot more than you do now and you can always feel

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fear Allah he says to himself or Allah

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I will punish you. This is about an absolute

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reproaching soul that always blames

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its owner.

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Allah subhanaw taala is swearing by the soul. This shows you the greatness of this type of soul unnecessarily one, it is a lie one's path to paradise. Because it is the thing that is always with you and holding us and holding you accountable for your deeds. It's interesting that Allah azza wa jal swore by these two things lcm and Mesilla. One, one of the possibilities, Allah's agenda swearing by the Day of Judgment

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and by that which will either grants you happiness or punishment on the Day of Judgment,

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if you have a god willing you should be happy, if you do not

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most probably you will be otherwise. And another possibility

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is this is mentioned by shadow duty, that

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the one who has a reporting soul who is always blaming himself for his or her deeds, and thinking to themselves, why did I do this and why didn't I do this and always

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connecting or linking them to judgment and these two actions and even if you yourself have not done something wrong, as someone has done something wrong to you, then you will look for someone to punish that person. So, you are always just by

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having a soul that is constantly thinking about the issue of deeds and verdict and judgment and reward or punishment, then necessarily there must be something called a day of judgment

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the natural consequence of this conscience that you have

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this linkage that you always link between deeds and subsequent actions or judgments for punishment or reward

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will be the one

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does man think the human think that we will not assemble

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his bones

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so, this is one of the reasons that people disbelieve in this judgment.

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They think it is something difficult or even impossible that Allah subhanaw taala will bring together these bones when you think about a deeply it is quite amazing. When you think that

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these bowls have becomes kind of complicit into

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this practically this integrated, your body has disintegrated right, for decomposed.

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The final tailbone as Prophet

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mentioned, what is left you are part of the soil now you are discussing. This is in the case that you were buried in the first place. Some people were burned to ashes.

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Anyway, it's all gone.

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I was gonna bring all of that together, all of the respective ashes together, all of the respective

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where you're both disintegrated together,

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Allah azza wa jal when all of that together,

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and you will be reformed again, just as you were before Subhan Allah, all praise is due to Allah. It is really something amazing.

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Of course, the answer always is well, how are you created in the first place? Didn't he bring those constituent elements that were nothing in the first place together to form you in the same way and bring you back? But when you think about it, it is indeed something amazing. Of course, we know that this person disbelievers. It was a hope, that deep hope in their heart, that they will not be resurrected, they could not say for sure that they will not be

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but it was a very deep hope. That no.

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Why? Because they know if He resurrects us, we are doomed. Because we lived our life, the way we please. We did everything that we ever wanted. We never lived by

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thinking about the day of judgment or

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thinking that Allah subhanaw taala will one day resurrect us and so on. Therefore, loss process will insan does the human think that we will not be together

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Their bones are collected

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their bones is what? Usually they think the human being has decomposed. There is no more skin on their body there are a bunch of balls. How will Allah subhanaw taala bring back those bones? Together?

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Allah azza wa jal replies, Bella

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yes indeed

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Allah, so we are gonna,

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we are indeed able to perform this action of tests, we're new. So we're banana, what is a banana?

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is the fingertip right? Now,

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this also can have several meanings, the opinions of

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the pious generations before us.

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It is reported from the authority of size admin to base

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told him, asked me whatever you please, in other words of the Quran, so that I may explain it to you. He said.

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Tell me about the verse festival in Santa Maria Bella Catarina, Hala. And so we have, he said, If Allah will, he will make one fingertip, whether on the hands or the lens, like that of any animals,

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meaning like the,

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let's say, of the animal, whereby

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the, the length of the fingers or the toes are all the same. And all that limb can be used for as to what

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can they use it for grabbing something, can an elephant grab something with his hands or his legs, or maybe a horse?

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What can they do with that they can do much, it's all it's just for walking. It's just for something flat on the ground, it's not for grabbing, it's not for cleaning.

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The food that they're about to eat or something like that, he's saying if Allah wills he would have made you precisely like he made those animals.

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But out of His mercy, he made

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these fingertips in such a way that you can use them to grab you can use them to clean you can do so many things. Subhanallah with your fingers up someone who doesn't have fingers or his fingers are paralyzed. And what it does to them even though they have

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a few cannot

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move your hand in such a way you cannot grasp anything you can't grab anything Subhanallah One of the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala for Muslims first and many Muslims today who is with their hands that would not be able to eat with their hands.

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In the other thing

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Allah subhanaw taala Allah he is able to make your hand or your leg exactly like that of the animals.

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And if he were to make it that way, then you will only will only be able to clean your food with your mouth as animals do, instead of with your hands for

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these different things. So this is one of the blessings of Allah subhanho wa taala. The other

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possible opinion is that

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lot of

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you are doubting

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that Allah will bring together your bones and resurrect you again. And what you are mentioning, is one of the larger parts of your buddy boats. Right?

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Not only will he be able to bring together your boat, he is able to bring back together in perfect form your fingertips.

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Something much more delicate, much more specific and much more difficult to bring back together. You see

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a big part of your body, just bringing them back together, but your fingertips

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these fingers as small as they are in their complexity Allah subhanaw taala is able to bring it back in form.

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Another possible opinion related to this is that he is saying Allah azza wa jal will not only resurrect you completely as he used to be before, he will add to that

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by making all of your fingertips equal in size, okay, meaning not only will he bring you back exactly as you were, he will add to that

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That's by making your fingers. So and

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so therefore, don't be in any doubt that Allah subhanaw taala is able to bring the bones together, and therefore to resurrect the human being for the Day of Judgment. No.

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Another possible meaning. And this is something Subhanallah that was discovered recently, and therefore,

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maybe many of the

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previous commentators have saved, was not able to comment on it. It is truly amazing that Allah subhanaw taala is directing our attention in this verse. To what?

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To the fingertips, okay. Usually, and under normal circumstances, the fingertips don't mean much to us, right? I mean, who ever Honestly, even with reading the Quran, did you ever look and analyze your fingertip?

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How many analyze their fingertips raise your hand.

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Okay, just a few, even though you're reading, right. So imagine if you were not dealing

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with anyone ever look at their finger, the finger, especially as you're going to bring it close enough for, for scrutiny and analysis.

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It's amazing Subhanallah that the fingertips now, this. And we are in the age of,

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you know, atomic sciences and talking about not only about molecules and atoms, we're talking about electrons and protons and gluons and quarks. And I don't know what all of these subatomic particles that are even much smaller than the atom itself. Despite all of this, what remains as the best form.

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And system of identification is the fingertips as the prints that are available on everyone's fingertips until now.

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Can you believe that? Who would have thought of it before? Then people think about it before? Yes. But did they implement it as a system of identification as we are doing today? It has become me.

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system of ISIS identification about which to a large extent, there is consensus amongst people of forensic science, that it is the best

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and most beneficial ways to identify people, and therefore also to help in the face of identifying criminals.

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And now, in our world, in which there's so much crime, people are making use of this fingerprints. Isn't it amazing? That such a small part of the body?

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Such a small part

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is different for every single individual that has ever lived on the earth.

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It's so small, one may think to themselves, okay, no two people are completely alike.

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What's in that case? You have a lot of possibilities. You have the face, you have the body, you have the hair, you have the eyes, you have the legs, you have the hands.

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Forget all of that, just with just the tip of your finger, or no two people, is it Allah?

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Allah? No, no two people at all.

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It is unique. And even even non Muslims are saying this now, when they compare billions of fingerprints, they didn't find any, any tools that are completely identical, even by Allah for four identical twins.

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They're not the same. It's a unique fingerprint. Even the DNA, identical twins, they say is identical, but the fingerprint is not alone.

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Even in our age, where we are talking about the fingerprints,

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and people are talking about DNA, look at how far we have gotten in science. Everyone might think, well, fingerprint,

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something primitive, we need to use that technology we have today. No. fingerprinting is still a much better system of identification than even of DNA. Because we simple example of identical twins, identical DNA.

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The fingerprint, however, is unique. It has the unique strengths of each person, this small fingerprint, just a few curves here and there a few ridges and borrows as they say.

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One of the authors or Western

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An author a non Muslim author says when he's talking about fingerprint identification, he says it has served all governments worldwide during the past 100 years to provide accurate identification of criminals. No two fingerprints have ever been found identical in many billions of human and automated computer comparisons. Fingerprints are the very basis for criminal history foundation at every police agency.

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They formally and officially start using fingerprint identification in the late 19th century.

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People had

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thought about it before no one was able to use it as an accurate system of identification until the late 19th century. And even whatever Criticism There is, that message now in our world, and in the discourse of forensic science, it is only concerning

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assessing the presence,

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not the fact that the print is unique, the print is unique, they are agreed upon, it's about how to read the print and compare it and to say is this indeed so and so's fingerprint and the ways that they're having computers resulting, this is what they are arguing. They're not arguing the the crux of the fingerprint identification method, but rather the ways of assessing and comparing the different fingerprints okay.

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It was measured properly and placed properly and things like that, okay. But in terms of it being a unique print, this is what they are, this is what they are astonished by Glory be to the one who has made such a small area unique amongst all the human beings that have lived on the earth, Allah. This is something beyond that. Allah azza wa jal is referring to that in the Noble Quran

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14 Centuries ago, Audrina Allah, so we have been immediately when he said that

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people should have turned to the fingerprint of the fingertips and thought to themselves what is so amazing about the fingertip that Allah azza wa jal was mentioned it here, the first people who should go after this are the Muslims indeed. In other words,

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one may say well,

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but Allah, Allah is here, is proving that he can indeed resurrect human beings and bring together their bones and collect them back as they were before very fine.

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when he says Bella, Katarina, Diana,

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necessarily, when he gives that statement, he is going to mention something more difficult than what you consider difficult, which is

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the different elements of the human being.

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His proving it to you, he's saying you are finding this difficult,

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I am able to do this meaning I am able to do that which is more difficult. And that is the sweet banana

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test we can come

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can mean proportionally right, making something proportional or equal, and also mean perfecting. And this may be the meaning here.

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We were able to perfect this fingertip. And this is where the meaning should have come to. This is where the alarm bells should have gone off in every Quran recital.

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we have banana. And unnecessarily the statement

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is showing that this is more difficult than the direction. What's so difficult about perfecting the fingertip. Why is Allah mentioning the fingertip and perfecting the fingertip? It must be that the fingertip is perfect. What is it about the fingertip that is perfect.

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And this is the way people would have discovered it.

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A lot of those is making mention of that

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possibly for this very reason.

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For this reason that they have discovered now is the best form of identification,

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purposes of criminal investigation, and so on and Glory be to Allah subhanaw taala. You say?

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Well, the previous commentators would have never been able to come to the army, this type of a conclusion in the world that we live in today, and that's why they will speculate about what the verse means, and indeed what they are offering as opinions may indeed be correct.

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miraculousness of the Quran is that it may apply to all of this.

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It can have all of those meanings, including the meaning we see today.

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In addition,

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notice that when Allah was and mentions these things, he always ties it in a beautiful way to appeal to appeal, the resurrection. Otherwise, someone may have discovered it.

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And centuries ago,

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it doesn't spin around doesn't speak to you like a science book, it could have came and said,

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Allah is the most able to perfect the fingertips in some other location, where you are not thinking of the Day of Judgment at all.

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And then all

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brains and bells would have gone off. Okay, he's telling us something scientific here, but he connected it to the Day of Judgment. First of all, it's part of the linguistic beauty of the Quran. Number two,

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your brain will immediately go to the fact of resurrection. So the meaning that many scholars said

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the fingertip is something much smaller and more precise.

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Right? And delicate than the bowls, and Allah is able to bring that back together in direction so scholars understood, that's weird to

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me meaning recreating, it's on the Day of Judgment.

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Not many folks that might be here in this dunya

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definitely Allah azza wa jal will recreate our fingertips as they were on the Day of Judgment.

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But there may be a meaning that applies to the dunya. Also, this is where the jazz comes in. This is how they

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scattered all over the centuries of Revelation, or after which it was revealed. Otherwise, all the jobs would have been discovered, let's say a few centuries ago, and we are talking about things now.

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Which we have interpreted in a certain way, later on, they're gonna discover

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meaning humans must know when the new science that we have discovered, because

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attributed that meaning to a certain time. And we realize now that it applies not only, let's say in the utterance applies in the dunya

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recreating it in Alaska, and maybe also the perfection of its creation here and now, I'm making it a unique identification for every human being that has ever lived on the earth. Glory be to Allah subhana wa, Bella, Katarina,

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Michelle, we're banana

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you read we'll insert

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the F Jura.

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But man are the human desires he says to continue in sin again. They are explaining with the meaning they are not literally translating

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when you read

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the F jewel.

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The word Lea Jura comes from

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and can have two possible meanings number one,

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me basically

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synonymous with prevarication to prayer to prevaricate means to lie

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this is one meaning the other meaning

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sinning or committing that which is in grievously evil.

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this is

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the first thing but you read incidentally

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the human being desires to what to commit

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meaning in front of him, okay. This is precisely this is the literal translation and I think they say to sin ahead of him in front of them or ahead of them.

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This can have several meanings also. One of the

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beautiful meanings is

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as an Imam Hassan basally said, he said to Allah, He will only find the son of Adam,

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that he is always prone and inclined towards sin.

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Always doing forward in what in sin

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The one who Allah subhanaw taala has protected otherwise, it's almost as if there's always this inclination to sin, the Jura always committing sin and what they are putting ahead of them. In other words, what they are offering,

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continuous and

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This is one of the

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possible meanings, it means, it's almost like the human beings always on that road, when you hear about someone who is drowning in sin and transgression, it will remind you of this result in your most people situation is that they are just living a life of evil. This is all they have in their life.

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It's almost as if they are inclined towards it. And this is what they are putting forth

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their center.

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Probably Allah has also given beautiful meaning. He said, This is concerning me.

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Usually is a very good word.

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when used by many of the Sahaba, and they're not talking about the good hope, they're talking about pool

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pool means excessive hope, hope of staying alive.

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And excessive

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and certainty of remaining alive

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makes one audacious enough to continue in sin. This is what the what he means by

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I'll repeat

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an excessive hope

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gives one more of an incentive to continue in sin saying that death is far away.

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Okay, this is what they mean by Paul. This is what he means by Ms. And he says, the human being says, I will sin and then I will repent before the Day of Judgment, Allah.

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How many of you have heard that excuse? How many of you have heard your brother or your sister or your friend or your relatives? Say? Yes, but I know what I'm doing is wrong. I'll repent at 40

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After I go to Hajj, when are you going to

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come to seniors?

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When are you going to wear the hijab cert when I'm ready? When will you be ready? After I get married?

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When it gets to that stage Subhan Allah

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Allah was talking about again, it should remind you of this. Anytime you see someone

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saying this, explain this to them.

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Explain this to them.

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And tell the person's opinion is that this is having excessive hope and saying I will sin and I will commit to this event.

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And you don't know. And here is the only bright as one of the fourth said the bride is having her gun prepared for

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Nick knitting or sewing or whatever it is. And at the same time, they are sewing her death garments in which she will be buried. How many

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brides and grooms died on their wedding day. Wilma, how many brothers and sisters many before even they have the chance to sit down together after the wedding.

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They will take it it's not in your hands. It's in the hands of Allah. You will never ever know. So this has been the result in

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Euro it's almost as if the human being is always putting forth the head of sin and putting behind them. Obedience.

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oh, it's

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immediately committing the sin and procrastinating when it comes to the

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drama. What is one of the consequences of this behavior?

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The next Yes.

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This causes them to say

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and vice versa. Also, the person who was mentality causes them to think when

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talking about selling we have to see the major signs and the minor signs are practically over. We've seen almost all of

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the major signs is too far away The sun has to rise from the west and the melody has to come

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was to come and the jail has to come.

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The fire has to come all of these majors far away.

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And of course the disbelievers will say that there's no judgment, there's no resurrection, forgetting that the thing, there's no gods in the first place much less for there to be.

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So this is all far away. People who think that way will also

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put forth since they will leave behind any obedience or good deeds, yes, a year and piano. This should be a characteristic of the disbelievers only the believer should be firm in his beliefs in the day of judgment

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about this idea

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that he says when is the day of judgment, He says the same now, probably Allah.

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Whoever is asked about the Day of Judgment, let them recite this surah.

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And these verses, a Jana Young will Piazza and then Allah subhanaw taala, is going to describe the Day of Judgment. And this is the difference My dear brothers and sisters between the Muslim and non Muslim.

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The Muslim we said is the person who has a reproaching soul, who is blaming himself always right, and who is always constantly seeing the Day of Judgment in front of them, the disbeliever could care less about something called the Day of Judgment, or paradise or hellfire, and therefore they just walk forward in sin. The Muslim, it's almost as if anything you ask them to do. They say But brother, there's a day of judgment.

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Don't worry,

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we're just going to take a little bit of this money, no one will know.

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My brother, we are going to be held accountable for every single thing we have ever done. A Muslim is always seeing the Day of Judgment. One scholar said

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that one of the top students was asked, after he had finished one of these famous board exams, how is it that you became the first amongst all of the other students, he said to them, the day of the test was always in front of me. It's never left my perception. In other words, he's talking about things.

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The GMAT or the SATs or the bar or whatever it may be, you can apply to all of those tests. All we're thinking about the day when he's going to take the test. So it is always an incentive for him to study and to put effort. Apply it to the Day of Judgment. This is the most important.

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The Muslim always has the Day of Judgment and always looking at it, remembering, thinking about feelings, will Allah punishment will Allah azza wa jal forgive me? Will Allah azza wa jal reward me with what happened to me under their judgments? I don't know. says that a lot of Allah was asking.

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Probably Allah Allah, that he told you and he kept the secret with you, about whom and whom are the hypocrites? He named them for him? He said, Am I one of them? Allow? You say no. You are doubting yourself. You're accusing your left of hypocrisy. And you and I are just walking.

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Masha, Allah No, we're doing great. We are the best in the world and

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not holding ourselves accountable. This is the difference between the Muslim and the non Muslim the non Muslim use

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judgment something far away something they're not concerned about or they're ready to work for us.

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Piano e that is

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much less 20 We have a few minutes

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here again, they say when division is that

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now allows me

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