Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 30 #12 Abasa 2

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the confusion surrounding the Prophet Muhammad sallali and his actions during the Darjoth mission, as well as the importance of finding the right person to lead in Islam. The speakers emphasize the importance of following standards and not compromising on principle, as well as the importance of not respecting one's culture and not following media trends. They also discuss the various types of revelation and the potential for confusion. The goal is to understand the Quran and apply it to the people of the United States, protecting angels and the physical structure and people.
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benign I mean

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little Salah to them with the slim honestly even our Imam you know have even with passing Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah while earlier he was talking to him a woman said to him you know human beings

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Subhanallah and Milena Elana

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Li Li will have you on the show and if somebody was to really embrace that and melissani of go holy, I praise a lot of mighty.

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And I send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his noble family, righteous companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance

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until the Day of Judgment,

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glory be to you Oh Allah, no knowledge of we accept that what you have taught us in the new are the unknowing the old wives, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to open our hearts to the Noble Quran and to make it an argument for us and not against us, and to make it an intercessor on our part on the Day of Judgment in sha Allah. And we asked Allah subhanaw taala to raise our status with the normal Quran and help us to live with the Noble Quran. The pious before us.

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Brothers and sisters, we continue Surah Tada.

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And last time we discuss the reason of Revelation,

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a father Soto, Allah, the coming of Abdullah or hammer isn't on the tomb of the Alon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at the time when he was performing to some of the elders of Karachi. And we spoke

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quite a bit about that and I believe we

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we reached verse

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we spoke about many stamina.

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So we are approximately Yeah, we're approximately at six or seven

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Then he says

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this is what we were talking about last time. And we said this will require a little bit

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more discussion on nominee seven as for you thinks himself without need to him you give attention and not upon you is any blame if you will not be purified? Last time we spoke in quite a bit of detail about

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the principle of Dawa, that Allah subhanaw taala is teaching us

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in this surah

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and the issue of a nominee stand up and tell them what's right.

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And we said last time

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the Prophet mission

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is not upon going after the influential

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to perform dollar two.

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Correct? Can you continue from here?

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Yes.

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But what I'm trying to say is there may be some confusion and some people may understand that the wisdom from this the lesson we learned is that you should not go after the influential at all.

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Is that correct or not?

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It's allowed to go after the influence. And we gave some of the evidence for that write, such as

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writing letters excellent. The old remember that one? What about the other ones?

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There's a lot of evidence that shows it's not about being prohibited to go after the influential. It is about

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looking away from those who are coming to you, when they influential have refused the message you're giving them.

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Is that clear? Right? And this is what we discussed last time, okay?

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No, Prophet Muhammad wa Salam is seeking these people. We discussed the justification, why he wants them, and while he wants to catch them, and other issues, we said, Of course, this is a blind man that is coming, but he's coming at a time when he was talking to them, it can come at any other time. He's a relative of his or he can come at any time and these are strangers and so on and so forth. But Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam

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we said that in his heart is different than whatever you have in your heart.

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And this is why he has such a sincere keenness on guiding these people specifically. Okay. And that is part of why he found and turned away from

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NASA and telehealth as well now, Alec Zeca, there's no blame upon you, you have already performed this hour to them. You did it in the best way possible. There's no blame upon you, they do not respond. Keep this in mind, my dear brother, my dear sister, when you are also performing Dawa. If you gain you perform the Dawa in the best way possible to this person, and they just will not listen? Well, Malaika

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it's, it's not upon him or other.

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You cannot, the guidance is in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala

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you may be anything, they are so close.

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In the hands of Allah, there's no blame upon you perform the excellent if you are still going after that person and someone else comes to you seeking you.

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And you still go after the person you've been trying with for so long, and you've ignored the person who came after you. This is where the proposition comes. This is where Allah subhanaw taala is teaching us do not look necessarily as how influential that person is. Don't look at it, according to your own standards. Everyone deserves guidance. Everyone deserves a part of your time and a part of your power, and a part of your effort to help them to the religion of Islam.

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And therefore,

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these verses obviously irritated, influential,

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such as chamber and many others,

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these verses irritated them because they like the fact that Prophet Muhammad wa Salam is coming after us. He's coming up to us.

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He wants us because we have

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a different level of influence, and a different position in the society. So he's coming after us and he wants, they want to leave the poor, as we know, they tried to force him to leave the poor, you want us to follow your religion. These are the people you want us to go after.

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These slaves, we are the upper echelons of society. So when these verses came, it's literal literally irritates them.

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Who cares about them 100 That will come to their lives. And other than that, if a person comes to you, and he says to you, I don't like Islam, I don't want this anymore. Of course, we'll try another system. Why? What's the problem? Is there something you didn't understand? Then something happens.

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I don't want to talk about it. I'm living their lives.

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By by the religion doesn't need you. You're doing it as if you have a favor upon Allah or you as a favor upon

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this will be guided and this will be victorious and glorious, by the glory of Allah. When you are without you. It's not about an individual or two or three. Allah, Allah guy's whom He wills and who knows someone that you look down upon. And you think to yourself, This Week downtrodden person, he may be a reason for one of the four for the high status of at some time or place, whether directly or indirectly, directly, because you're thinking, Oh, poor person. Maybe he doesn't have much of an education. He seems to be weak and down for them. And he grows up to be a scam

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other generations learn from this directly and indirectly, maybe he's weak and he remains weak but because his which is one of the reasons that Allah subhanaw taala will glorify this ummah, right, as we said, When Prophet Muhammad said

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other words, look after the poor one, because Allah subhanaw taala is going to bring you victory

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is going to provide for you and bless, provision for you, through your care of the weak ones. So this was

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a severe blow to the arrogance of these upper echelons when Allah subhanaw taala is telling them, telling them, leave them go after the weak, downtrodden, blind man, he deserves you more than them, they heard us they don't want it, he wants you and he leaves them and go to him.

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Now, the other part

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for the one or four he who came to you striving for knowledge when

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it came to you, and he striving, okay striving against himself, it's probably difficult for him to reach you in the first place because we know that

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Allah is the One who Allahu Allah is the blind man who came to Prophet Muhammad Salah and asked for a dispensation to not attend for Latin, German,

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you know, the famous authentic hadith.

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So when

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he told him that I'm a blind man, and I have to report things were not as safe and secure as they are now. At the time he's walking through the desert, there are lizards there are who knows what kinds of animals beasts and so on, right? So for him, it was difficult. So he's asking for permission not to attend. Maybe far away, he's a blind man and so on. So Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, in the beginning, allows him, but then Gibreel

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brought him the inspiration.

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Also, Selim called him back and said, do you hear the call to prayer? Do you hear that?

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Is and then answer the call to prayer.

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Even though he's

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even though he's a blind man, and then you say, I can't attend to them. I'm watching the football match

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by their brothers,

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or I'm doing God knows what else

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does not excuse the blind man, as he heard that. And then with Hamdulillah, I'm sure everyone hears unless you have insulated your house, many levels of insulation, that you don't hear that, or the masjid is far away. But usually, the, the the massages are concentrated in such a way that everyone can hear it.

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So

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he came to you, and he's thriving. Right? And he's struggling to continue because he is seeking up your guidance. And of course, he loves the

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Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And he loves to hear from him and learn from him and so on.

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We're who I am, while he fears Allah subhanaw taala. Allah Who did you just

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read what I just read? Well, who is?

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Who is praising?

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Allah?

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Allah,

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Allah, Allah.

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Allah is saying, Well

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how would you feel? If Allah was praising you and says about you, you are a person who fears Allah luck.

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That's it.

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I made it.

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I came to where I want to meet. This is the hope and the desire of every Muslim, that Allah subhanaw taala gives that kind of praise, that kind of recognition. Well,

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he's coming and He's fearful of Allah subhanaw taala. Allah. Is it so far fetched to say, even though we don't have enough? We don't have any specific authentic texts. But there's just so far as to say that maybe every time on

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these verses his eyes would.

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I don't think it's so far fetched. Yeah, and if you read any verses, and you feel that

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there is some kind of recognition for you, of course, when he is reading this, he's remembered every time he leaves office hours.

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Allah, Allah revealed these verses for me.

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And because of my situation and ALLAH because ALLAH is defending me, and not only defending me, he's praising me and he is calling me from

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Allah. It's not far fetched at all. It's not far fetched to save,

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probably loves

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a lot more than

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rice. And I shall, of course love

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when Allah, Allah defended her in the news, because

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this is no wonder wha hoo from Allah subhanaw taala as you hear it from a ship, or a scholar and he praises you already gives you that kind of recognition. Your eyes might be hearing a lot from political analysis, a number from Allah and recorded

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eternally for people to recite until the Day of Judgment.

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Allah subhanaw taala makers of these types of people may Allah, Allah, give us that type of

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Butchulla right Prophet Mouser Salam said till movement, when someone hears praise from someone who's praiseworthy or someone who is high in status, that is, that is in sha Allah glass tithing that Allah subhanaw taala is accepting our deeds melas pantalla makers of those were, who

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were who were.

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And he feels a lot. He's coming for that reason only, he's not coming for any material benefits, or anything else of that nature.

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No.

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This is also a lesson, my dear brothers and sisters,

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if you are a mother with knowledge,

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whether Islamic knowledge, or other types of knowledge, or you are a sister with knowledge, whatever type of knowledge that may be,

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and people come to you and they seek you out for help,

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or for some matter that they are confused about, and they need your help, or they need you to explain something in Islam, or maybe it is something else, maybe they are one of your students in university, maybe you are teaching something medicine, or physics or humanities or whatever it is that you're teaching, and someone comes to you they seek you out, Jack ASR, and you say to them, I'm sorry, I don't have time for you. Beware.

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Don't do that. My dear brothers and sisters, this is a lesson for us

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at all times when someone comes to you and seeks you out, and how many Subhanallah Okay, of certain maybe shapes or people of knowledge in different parts of the world, people came to them and they needed them. And they said, I'm sorry, I don't have time.

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It is a serious matter.

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These are the types of people that the OMA names and they will come to, of course, we can understand the scholars

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caring about their clients, and they care about their times the most. But when it comes to the level of turning away people who need them, maybe entirely need them.

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And they haven't wasted their time. This is different than someone coming and wasting this colored time. Okay, taking a half an hour to say something they can say in five minutes. This is called wasting that person's time. It's a different issue. They're coming to you they have an important question. They turn them away.

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At least give them another appointment. Right? Give them another time that they can come and ask for give them your phone number so that they can call you and so on and so forth.

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Well who is

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striving

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and from him you are distracted.

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This is the main issue.

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This is the main issue for which these verses were revealed. And

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you were distracted from this person even if he was not blind.

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Again, another delicate point. Two reasons Allah subhanaw taala

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reproved Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam number one is a blind man and he's weak and he deserves your sympathy and your help.

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And the standards that you apply to other people will apply differently with this man. This is number one. Number two.

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He came to you seeking

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And you got distracted by the ones who have turned away. That means that even if he was not blind, Allah, Allah.

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Allah, Allah, Allah is saying he didn't mention it as a specific reason he just said.

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But we said the reason that scholars mentioned that he was called, even though technically, we are not supposed to call people by their handicap, is to show that for that reason,

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monitoring the causes of blindness because he's weak.

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But, no, he's telling you the main reason I'm not many seven, this is the reason why you're being as much

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of a

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jerk as I was. And

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so this is the reason you got distracted from this person, even though maybe

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you would not have been blind, it means if it happens to us, even if the person is not blind, if someone says, Well, he's not a blind man.

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It's not about being blind, necessarily. It's about someone coming to you, and seeking you out. And one thing and you are busying yourself with someone was already refused that guy.

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And we know that Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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This is just one instance. Okay, that happened this week. And we mentioned the justification for our beloved Prophet Muhammad.

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But

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there were many other instances where he was with the poor, and he was helping the poor, and he spent his time with the poor, and he could care less about telling him to leave the poor, and to leave the slaves and so on.

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I think, possibly,

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when another poor

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black man came to him, seeking His guidance, and he was a slave for

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me named Ahmed, and he sought the guidance of Allah and Prophet Muhammad.

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And he became Muslim, and he came to Islam. And then he fought and he was martyred also.

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This is a poor man who came in,

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nor was open at all times for all people.

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This is the type of leadership that will require my dear brothers and sisters. And this is the importance of these verses, as we will come to explain.

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These verses

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are one of the proofs

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and pieces of evidence that you can cite to non Muslims, about the authenticity of this Quran as coming from Allah, and not being written by Prophet Muhammad.

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Have you ever heard of someone writing a book and openly blaming oneself not blaming oneself from their own self, saying that Allah is blaming them? By Allah? If he wants us to convince people, God forbid, that you are a prophet, when you tell them, Allah is blaming me, you're gonna say that Allah loves me. They're gonna say that I am the best in the sight of Allah and that's why he sent me to you. Are you going to blame yourself by Allah?

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Apart from the fact that no one likes to blame themselves.

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Apart from the fact that when someone writes, they're gonna toot their own horn, they're gonna blow themselves up.

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And their ego.

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They're not going to blame themselves, they're not going to put themselves in this position. They're not going to expose a small instance of their life where they felt maybe they did something that could have been done differently

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from Allah, Allah Muhammad.

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This is

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showing his truthfulness.

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Other Such verses, as you know, some of the important lessons, my dear brothers and sisters, from what we have learned so far, okay, and then we'll continue with the other verses Inshallah, look at the amazing timing of this admonishments.

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Had this admonishments come, maybe in the time of Medina,

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where Islam became strong and has spread everywhere, and Allah is admonishing Prophet Muhammad Salah for going after the influential, we may say, Well, why are you going up to them to lunch? The religion is already strong, because

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you have a strong base. Don't worry about going after the influential. Did it come then? No.

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In the beginning, in the beginning phases of Dawa. And

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when Islam needed,

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all the strength that it can get, when the Dawa required every influential person in place to support it, is at a time where the Muslims are being tortured, where they are being abused and oppressed.

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And the ones who are accepting knowledge and are the weak ones, they need someone strong.

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They need someone influential in

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these verses came down, Glory V to Allah, and to this,

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at this time, Allah, Allah is teaching

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those along with him, puts your reliance

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on the last kind of trust in Him, depend on Him alone, go after the influential those make everything in your data. Allah subhanaw taala is the one who's going to make you strong, and is going to make this glorious. During this time, these verses were revealed, why to show and to accentuate the importance

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of the fact that everyone is the same in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala these human standards that humans are finding so much difficulty

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to eliminate in themselves, human standards, their human standard, judging based on wealth, and based on status and based on influence and things like this is a human nature. It's very difficult to eliminate or remove. And until now, as symbolizes people playing in quotations, of course, the world is all about how much money you have, why their brother or their sister, it's all about who you know, in the whole world, who you know, who you are, and how much money you have. These are the sensors, this is the way people still look at it. This is the way people discriminate.

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Allah subhanaw taala is

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confirming this principle. It's not about these human standards. It's about divine standards. It's about those who are most pious in the sight of Allah, Allah, Allah. And Allah, this is what matters, these human standards.

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Some thinking about things in this way, stop analyzing your world using these standards. At this time, Subhanak

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the most difficult lesson, I had a difficult time. But it's means a lot of those is in charge.

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Put your trust in Him

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only and do not

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do not compromise your principles.

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Even if you think that this is what the dollar requires now, and we are poor, so it's okay. Let us compromise our principles. And maybe some people will say that No,

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is a very important lesson for us now.

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As we know,

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Muslims are beleaguered all over. So it's okay if we compromise some of our principles for the goal that we're after No.

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The goal do not justify the means.

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This is not the way Muslims are the principle.

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This is a principle that no matter how weak you are, you do not compromise on this principle.

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The importance of depending on Allah subhanaw taala.

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It teaches us my brothers and sisters to not discriminate between rich or poor, young or old. This clan or this tribal was I believe in our until now, people are warring

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on tribal bases.

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For timing reasons, people are warring against each other, having wars because they're from the tribe and we're from this tribe. And this man came and married a girl from our tribe and so on and so forth. Leave with

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this nationalism is

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completely rotten. We're Muslims. This is how we define ourselves. That's about being Arab or Pakistani or Hindi or American or European or African.

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We are Muslims. This is what defines us. And if you are religious

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You are closer to me than someone from my own nationality who is not religious.

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These are our standards leave this rotten nationalism and feudalism, and other

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such things. People are the same in the sight of Allah, Allah, and they should be the same in your site with regards to that.

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It's not about a certain nationality or a level of wealth, you want to guide them? And who knows? Like I told you now,

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if you're making Dawa to someone, and you think to yourself, This person, I've tried a lot. But I'll keep trying, because most probably he will have a better effect

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than this other person. How do you know? This? For other person who's looking for Islam? How do you know? Maybe 1000s will become Muslim on this person.

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Maybe nations, villages, in different places that will become Muslim because of this person. You see, as we

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performed our hundreds of people along with him, you don't know.

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People are the same in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala.

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We said My dear brothers and sisters, another one of the important lessons is that it's okay to seek out some of the influential disbelievers. And I give an example, because a lot of Muslims seem this way in our time of Karen Armstrong. They read her books, and they say she has more knowledge than I do. And she's not a Muslim.

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The only she will become Muslim, right? The only we can guide Excellent. You want to send her a letter, you want to saw her and you want to make direct. Go ahead, even though it's possible that she knows more than a lot of missiles. And she's not a Muslim, that that itself is a problem Allah, Allah guides, right. But this is an example. No problem going after influential people like this. But if you find that she has turned away, or refuse, don't keep trying, and waste your time and forget about the masses that needs you, and that are thirsty for Islam.

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Similar, of course, to other such examples, such as famous church leaders, popular athletes, and things like this, that people would love.

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They would only become Muslim.

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They have not been formally called to Islam, call them to Islam, write them a letter, call them up, get the number and call them up and make Dawa. Why not?

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It's only about those, as we said, who have refused and shunning this guy. There's another

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interesting example. And this is also a current example.

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And this is the example of Louis Farrakhan.

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How many of you have heard of Louis Farrakhan?

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Not many.

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The US,

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there was a movement, and there is a movement now, called the Nation of Islam.

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And this is the movement that has Malika Chavez was part of for a long time, also known as Malcolm X, Nation of Islam is only for

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blacks.

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It's a nationalistic movement, based on black supremacy. This is obviously an extreme form, in order to

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battle, the other extreme at the time, which is white supremacy, and therefore it is only for black person available for you as a white person. Of course, it is a movement. They might see it as a religion.

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There are similarities between Islam, but

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it is not mainstream Islam, as we know, but they take certain pillars of Islam. Okay. And this is why many of our African American brothers in the states are keen on some of the people in Nation of Islam because they're already fairly close to Islam. They just they need some work, but they're closer than others were completely far away. Therefore, many Muslim leaders in the states have worked on Louis Farrakhan, the leader of a nation of Islam today. And there were rumors at times that he became Muslim. And everyone disagreed and they were so happy why

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he might be able to bring all

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all over the nation of Islam

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1000s

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of African Americans in the state may follow him to me, because this wouldn't be a disaster

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for some people,

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but they tried Allah.

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He has not accepted Islam as far as we know a lot.

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A lot of efforts have already been spent on this person, and he doesn't want the guidance that says,

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Don't waste your time more

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on someone who has shown the guidance, guidance

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and if that is going to pray occupying from working on others who will accept the guidance for the will of Allah, rather than this is not correct. This is a mother example. Allah Allah and a manifestation of this principle that we learned from Surah Tabata

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going after the influential is okay, as long as they have not been formally called with after they have shunned it, then

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it's time to spend time in other places.

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Another lesson that we learned my dear brothers and sisters in law is that you should

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go after

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a

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let us say or put goals

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seek goals that are realistic

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and

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are more possible have a higher possibility of being successful

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than other goals which may not

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you may not achieve. So, in other words,

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when Prophet Muhammad wa Salam is going after these people, and these people have already refused the guidance several times the possibility of

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being further guided

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is a higher possibility, then

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the people of

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these influential people. Similarly, when you see this, you have two options. And one option seems to be

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more possible to achieve than this one go after the only logical right I mean, it applies to everything, but especially

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go after that which is more possible, right?

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Well

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meaning going after

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something which is more possible to achieve.

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My dear brothers and sisters,

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these lessons and others are what we get from the admonishments of Allah subhanaw taala to Prophet Muhammad, in this amazing situation. And we said that ultimately, indeed, this is a lesson for the followers of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam

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do not do this. And the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself

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required that Allah azza wa jal remind him of this, than you can imagine how difficult it is, indeed,

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to eliminate these types of human standards and make everyone equal for you, and your site, as it should be, and as it is in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala

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no matter how old or young or Rich was poor, and so on, these are the standards that the world at large requires today.

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And it has not been attained.

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And they will continue to try to achieve it to not be achieved except to Islam. And this is why my dear brothers and sisters, the world needs

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the world needs guidance, of course, don't make it

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small issue. The incident where problems are ignored the blind man, customer, it's about these principles, it's about these standards. And it is these standards that change things and it is these standards that the the disbelievers when they

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applying these principles they sent by Allah, it is by these principles that the heavens and the earth are running.

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It is because of these principles that the heavens and the earth are still running as they are. And this is why what you have here

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are seeking

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for change that is very much required by the whole world.

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What you have here

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This guidance is what people are thirsty for. These are the types of principles Believe me, that you will be able to change non Muslims from enemies to friends, if not directly accepting the religion.

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Because these are the types of principles that people are failing to implement, no matter how much they talk about it, and whatever types of terms they use, these principles are very difficult to implement today. This is what we learned. And this is what we need to show to the world. When Muslims when we

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are not applying these principles ourselves, it is a form of showing people from the data is a form of turning people away from Islam. But believe me, if you are to apply these types of principles,

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not discriminating between the rich and the poor, not discriminating based on nationality and things of that nature. This is available in all of our countries, as we know. But if we are able to avoid this type of discrimination, and to eliminate these types of standards, where people are equal,

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the only thing that differentiates between them is biases.

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Believing people come to Islam in droves, not because they necessarily want Islam, but they are. This is the type of equality and egalitarianism that they are seeking. Islam is the one that lists

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these types of principles, principle of humanity and equality and things of that nature. This is what people talk about today. But it's very far from being implemented.

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Can

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almost no.

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In other words, no, this is not the way it should be.

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Canada, No, indeed, this in other words, these verses, okay, or this surah.

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Right. In that actually is

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it's a it's a female

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right.

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So, it can refer to these verses could refer to the surah as the scholars of the season.

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It can be these verses this specific instance, or it could be this surah, calla Imnaha.

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It is a reminder, no, no, in these days are it is a reminder.

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So, whoever will may remember

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Salman Shah,

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whoever will may remember it. And the translators say in the footnote, that

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this can be a reference to the revelation or it can be a reference to Allah.

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Allah, Allah subhana wa, whoever wills may remember, that's another

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possibility.

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Now

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is just a reminder, in other words for profit.

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It's just a reminder, and you are reminding them nothing.

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You have performed a reminder, that's all you can do.

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Ever wills will remember, right? When remember this, Revelation, this summons,

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whoever wills will remember it, you cannot force it upon them. Right.

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You cannot force anything upon them.

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You do not guide whoever you please. But Allah guides, whomever He wills. It's not up to you, just to remind.

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And it could also be

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to say, These people who have refused it,

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you cannot force them.

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If they so will, they will come to come and

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leave them alone.

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It couldn't be a reference some things Allah, Allah wants to hear from and

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you're going to them and you're bringing them the Quran and you you're reciting to them, these Quranic verses and so on. If they want it, they will come to it, and they will remember it and it will cause remembrance for them. But obviously they don't want to believe them.

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summons

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of course this doesn't mean whoever will that they are going to be left alone No. Salman shadowmaker Whoever was

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members

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are going to be accountable for that. Of course

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the stuffing will come

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off of him it is recorded and honored she's

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often

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honored she

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or some type of medium of writing

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different types of media right right

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can mean different things via social feeds will come.

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In other words this

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and indeed this whole

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recorded in Safin will come right.

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What are these sorts of

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this may be

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the preserve

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wherein we know the whole Quran is written.

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But

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if that is the case, then why later on does a TV ad suffer?

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It is in the hands of the sufferer. Right.

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So, it seems to be something other than a

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few Safin will count. The Quran is recorded in some kind of writing medium. Okay.

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Physical physical Karana What is this about the salt they are honored?

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They're honored the highest status is

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something of great status

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these this Quran which is recorded in these sheets or in this museum

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things Zoltan

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right, listen Hi,

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this is purified,

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this may also mean different things purify the what? Purified of any type of falsehood, right? Well,

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there are find a falsehood purified

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of mistakes purified of adulteration and changes. As we know Subhanallah the different, quote unquote, divine books today, which the only human hands have played with, for centuries and centuries, these

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will come and they are lifted high, the higher status, they are more Bahara they are purified of anyone playing with metal of human hands, they're purified of any changes

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in any way.

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And that's why I lost what I said about the number nine c hillbrow thing even

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right falsehoods will not come to come to the Quran, not from in front of it or from behind it, right.

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Allah subhanaw taala has protected model for

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another possible meaning.

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Because it is purified in the sense that it is in the hands of these angels. It is in the hands of angels therefore, the shell plan cannot come to

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light it is protected and purified from the devil right from the disbelieving gem. Okay.

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Another possible meaning.

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And this is the way some of the scholars have the fear and other scholars understood the meaning Well, meaning the ones who hold the Quran themselves are purified

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compared between this and the lay unless

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the only the pure touch right. So, they are saying that this can mean that they themselves are purified. And this can mean that the ones who are holding

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and carrying them are purified meaning the angels in the popular opinion these angels that are carrying themselves are purified and indeed they are so pure, they are slaves of Allah subhanaw taala worshipping Allah subhanaw taala day and night and remembering him. So they are the

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purification of the ones who are holding and carrying these sorts of fossil fuel Makarova.

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Ad

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carried by the hands of messenger angels

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so they gave you they're giving you both meanings Okay and we'll discuss it inshallah

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noble and dutiful.

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Now.

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So, these are carried by these angels, right, they say carried by the hands of messenger angels,

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while they say messenger Angel

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Jibreel the messenger

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sometimes

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there are some texts that confirm that

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we can

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claim something

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some scholars said all of the angels or messengers are Russell

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right. And they said, Allah says

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hello

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angels as messengers

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having wings, two and three and four, the beginning of Surah

00:51:26 --> 00:51:31

caller says no Allah azza wa jal says Allah who your Sufi middle Mala Ekati, who suelen

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women, Allah, Allah, messengers

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from the angels

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and from human beings means, the messengers are chosen, there are chosen messengers from the angles are not necessarily all messengers. Fine. Why am I confusing you with this? Because the ad

00:51:59 --> 00:52:01

scholars and linguists explain

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the plural

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of the term and it is coming from Sephora meaning

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Sephora the verb

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gives you the meaning of

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mending relations between two warring clans or tribes or groups. And from this meanings, we get the word Sothys which means ambassador,

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an ambassador is someone who is a diplomat, who is supposed to mend relations between two countries right is the representative of one country, in another country and so on. And

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so these angels are being called suffer

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as if to mean that they are messengers, right.

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But this may not necessarily be the case.

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The more probable meanings it seems that we get from Sephora is not that they are necessarily like messengers to the people. And I'll explain why. But rather it is coming from Sephora meanings or cysts or meanings.

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These are carriers of this sort of the carriers of these books, some of our stuff meaning writing. So they call these mid method angels instead of messengers, they call them Kafka

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writers.

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Then we say, well, in that case, they are the writers. Usually the angels that we know who are writing are which angels.

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The ones who are

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that is a description. That's not the name necessarily. Those are descriptions.

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Okay?

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The angels that are recording our deeds right on our right shoulder.

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These are the ones that we know are other other angels who are writing. Yes, it seems these are writing angel, the ad sefaira Writing angels cutterbar What did they write?

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They're not writing our deeds.

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They wrote the words of ALLAH

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way. Now we're going into the deep one.

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What do you mean they wrote the words of Allah?

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If you go through this FSC unfortunately, they're all very vague about this point.

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And the make it seem that these angels are the angels which are bringing the way

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to the messengers, please be upon them. For as far as we know

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The angel that brings the way to the messengers on the wall is Gibreel.

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Right? So, how do we understand this, the ad Safa and then we'll talk about Killarney

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if we claim they are the right thing, angels.

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Because of this

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and because of some of this confusion,

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some said

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some of the scholars said

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that the Sephora

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or the ones who gave the Quran to Jabril Alison

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so they made the sufferer

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an intermediate between Gibreel and Allah subhanahu wa. And they said, I don't know maybe you'll read this in certain places that the sufferer gave the Quran to Gibreel in 29.

00:56:03 --> 00:56:04

And the Gibreel

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gave it to Prophet and full of Al Salam in the course of 20 some years.

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But

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the famous

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Lucien scholar said that this is false. There is no intermediate between Gibreel and Allah subhanaw taala Gibreel Alehissalaam received the Quran directly from a lust

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without any intermediate. Okay?

00:56:38 --> 00:56:48

Other than taneous Allah was very careful about this point also, because it may be part of the arguments of those who wants to prove that the Quran is

00:56:54 --> 00:57:04

I think people are confused now. Am I confusing people? At any point if you're confused, if Gibreel and God is from the suffer, suffer are angels.

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So it means he got the Quran from someone who is created so the Quran is created.

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It is not that way. The Quran is not created the famous misconception about which

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was punished and tortured and accepted that torture because he argued the Quran is not something created just the words of Allah subhanaw taala directly from Allah subhanaw taala. Right. So there's no intermediate between Gibreel and Allah Giblin received it directly from Allah. And we don't have time to go into detail about that point. But let us just confirm that Gibreel receives it directly from the last panel. But this is

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part of the

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confusion is because of

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these changes, so it means necessarily that they gave us a debrief, because we know Jabril gave it to

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him didn't take it from the right, he took it from me. So they made the

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higher intermediate between jubilees and Allah subhanaw taala and this is

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false. So how do we understand this issue of the sufferer?

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Many scholars said the following and this is also the opinion of

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Allah subhanaw taala commanded Jibreel Allah you salam to

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give the Quran to the sufferer so that the sufferer these angels will write this down.

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But not necessarily that they will take it anywhere. They just wrote it down from Jabril Alison, is this clear?

00:58:58 --> 00:58:58

No.

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They did not take that way to profit.

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They are angels

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in the heavens.

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And when Allah subhanaw taala gave the Quran to Jibreel.

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Allah commanded Jabril Ali Salam opinion, to give

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this way to these angels and wrote it down in this

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clear now. They wrote it down in

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there.

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And therefore, when we talk about revelation of the Quran, we're talking about two different types of Revelation. Right? The famous revelation, which is

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revealing into profit over the course of 23 is what is the other revelation?

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What is the other

01:00:01 --> 01:00:03

Coming down coming down on

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in

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Wolfie Leila

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what is that coming down in Danville? We revealed it we sent it down right?

01:00:20 --> 01:00:24

Nothing 23 years we sent it all down in laners

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excellent, excellent the opinion of

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all of the Quran was revealed from Allah subhanaw taala from the higher heavens to the lowest heaven in the summer which is summer dunya from the highest heaven to Basil,

01:00:47 --> 01:00:48

basil

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dunya

01:00:52 --> 01:00:59

this is all at once this is not clear, this is a lesson from the highest heaven to

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dunya This is one type of revelation and then the gradual revelation over the 23 years as there are these different types of sending down there are different types of would you

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would you do this existence of the Quran the

01:01:21 --> 01:01:23

entirety were

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correct in the preserve tablets as we know completely.

01:01:32 --> 01:01:33

It also exists

01:01:35 --> 01:01:35

in

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in a salon

01:01:38 --> 01:01:41

after it was revealed from

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from Allah obviously to the base

01:01:47 --> 01:01:50

rather than it was sent down from the highest heaven to

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dunya so this is another type of existence

01:01:56 --> 01:01:58

in existence from the Quran

01:02:00 --> 01:02:05

and the third type of existence of the Quran in the social

01:02:11 --> 01:02:12

clear enough

01:02:13 --> 01:02:14

I don't believe in

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the third type of existence of the Quran written completely

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some scholars may combine the existence in baseless dunya

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with the existence in the in the hands of a sufferer it may be the same thing. Maybe they are in the lowest heaven, right?

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In

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the Quran in their in their

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ramen

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any questions at this point?

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About this point?

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This was

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something mentioned in the saying

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that's it is a

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it's a location in the lowest heaven. Okay.

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You can call it

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when we talk about elevating the more let's say in the highest heaven. This is like the angelic Kaaba in the seventh heaven, okay? It's a location where the angels meet

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is a location Okay, in dunya when the Quran came down to from the highest heaven, okay, that is what's called

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the lowest in the lowest.

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Okay, this may be the reference to the ad server, who are the low seven in

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the ad server. So so now we go back now we're trying to understand all of the verses together

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in that

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right.

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This seems to be another type of existence of the Quran.

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Other than the existence of course, with us here in the world, right? In the hands of these angels, right?

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You're saying that there's three layers of

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Exactly. Yes. Possibly. This is the case like three levels or layers where we call it existence the Quran exists in the folds completely written. It exists in the hands in this right in these other sheets in the hands of the

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suffer and it also exists in our world

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it's interesting My dear brothers and sisters that will conclude inshallah here I wanted to finish more but that alone

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that these verses are coming

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soon after a loss pantalla instructors profit and sell them to leave the ones who have shunned

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these people, in other words, the Quran is high in status.

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This, they are shunning

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that they are ridiculing that they don't want to accept Allah. Allah is saying, Don't lower the status of this Quran

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by taking it to people as if it is candy.

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As if it is something free is technical. These are the words of Allah subhanaw taala.

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There are hundreds of people

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you don't want to

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miss

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this you are

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either despising Of course they were amazed by it, but for all practical purposes, they have not followed it. They have not accepted it. As the word of Allah, this is greater

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than for you to take it and this grace

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by just offering it for free to someone who has refused this many times is refused this

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will meet you need the Quran the Quran doesn't need you.

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Like it Florida is glorious and doesn't need you you need you require it.

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So if you are shunning don't worry

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this Quran that you have ignored and you have shunned is

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in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala and listed and purified.

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And this is in the hands of these noble Angels

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exists of course, the highest heaven and and exists in these honored

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in the hands of these honored angels.

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It's a no need of you.

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You are in need of this. When you connect with the Quran, you're connecting with these upper levels.

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You are making the connection between the Earth and the Heavens when you recite Quran.

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You are making that connection you are raising your status you are purifying yourself. The Quran doesn't mean these pagans who have shunned it and

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refused it. And this is why

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Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam said in the beautiful authentic hadith

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that the one who recites the Quran, the Quran, whoo hoo, who has

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mentioned also these angels are separate, right? That's the example of the one who recites the Quran while he has

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excelled at it, memorize this and excels at as well who happened.

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Man

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this is a person whose likeness is the likeness of these honored angels

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who have written down the Quran, who loves this Quran, the one who has memorized and this is

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the this hadith is talking and addressing the half Allah, those who have memorized the Quran, and

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those who are with a sufferer

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are very few in today's world.

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Because he's talking about a level of memorization,

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whereby the person hardly makes mistakes

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reciting it as if it is their own name at the very high level, I can tell you, a lot of the people who have memorized the Quran nowadays, they have memorized it, but it's difficult and they have to review it constantly. And they have to eliminate mistakes while they are reciting and so on. But the highest level they are when

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these people are their likeness is the likeness of God. It's almost as if when these greats who have written down the whole Quran, and who have

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with them

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I'm the one who recites the Quran.

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Meaning the one word for Quran but finds it

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difficult.

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Maybe Nick makes mistakes while they are reciting it, they will have double rewards look at the mercy of Allah. And his generosity is rewarding the ones who find it difficult. And this may also be a reference to at half of

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those who have memorized the Quran but they're finding it difficult, they will have doubled the reward, God willing, others will also have rewards because the more difficult it is for you to go after the Quran, Allah, Allah will reward you. But there remains one question and this is

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they will have double the reward of what

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was memorized this like to suffer

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for double reward.

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Right, double their individual rewards or double the reward.

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The ones who are perfect at the Quran,

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the more probable meaning is double their own reward. Meaning if you find the the fun easy, and you are finding it difficult, the ones who will find it difficult to have double the reward, the reward they usually get for recycling. Because it is difficult because Allah is

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the ones who are reciting it and are perfectionist when it comes to the Quran. These are higher levels. These are with

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Allah subhanaw taala make us of those

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behind

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me

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any questions or comments? Yes?

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Is it necessary for the hackers to understand the meaning.

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Technically, the reason that Allah Allah Allah has sent the Quran is for us to understand.

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As Allah, Allah said,

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The now election

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that this book we have revealed to you

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so that they may ponder and deliberate over so the people of intellect will remember. And it will give remembrance to the people of intellect. So

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the goal behind ascending

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is understanding it, and pondering over it, and learning it and applying.

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And this is the highest level, the half, who also understands that

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this does not mean however, and everyone is required to learn.

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But this does not mean that if I don't understand the Quran, that I leave the issue of No.

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memorize the Quran, do your best, memorize as much as you can, and learn it in the same time and learn, right? Don't make them mutually exclusive. This is our common problem.

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We're always making things mutually, which is better.

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Someone who doesn't pray or a face but he doesn't.

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Why? Why is everything always this or that? It's not like

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don't make a new one which

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happens and he doesn't understand anything, or he hasn't memorized the Quran but he understands this know Why

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do your best to memorize and now the problem is that he's having and he's not putting any effort to understand the Quran this is the problem.

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Otherwise, all of us should do our best to learn the correct recitation of the Quran right when

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try to learn it and understand it and therefore

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making it come alive in our lives

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I expect to

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make mistakes

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yes

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absolutely. Absolutely.

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We've got it

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twice.

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Hello, hello.

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Comes back because maybe, maybe he maybe he, but maybe he repeats it three times. Maybe he repeats it for why does he say

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you see what I'm saying? So I can't say it is necessarily because he's

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having to go back and repeat it every time. Maybe it's not. Maybe he's reciting. And is finding it difficult.

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Allah will reward them because it is more difficult and Allah is merciful. So when you have difficulty fasting when you have difficulty praying, you have difficulty reading for us, Allah, Allah will reward you more absolute but more most probably double his reward not the one finding it difficult to double the reward of the one who's a perfectionist. One of the perfectionist is on another level

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yes

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Ron will be raised this

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the the the obliteration of the Quran, on the Day of Judgment is here on Earth.

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Otherwise it's Lords of Allah will never be obliterated. But here on Earth, we will lose it because people will not benefit from it anymore. This is a blessing.

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This is a blessing that Allah has given us if we don't do our job,

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Allah

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be lifted from heart. In fact,

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the things that Allah subhanaw taala

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isn't monitoring us with

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is losing this Quran did you notice

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and sources

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verse five

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page six, eight.

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Allah subhanaw taala said

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after talking about the book, he says and indeed it is in the mother of the book mother of the book is full.

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When exalted and full of wisdom

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Then should we turn the message away? This regarding you? Because you are a blessing people? Should we turn the message away? Should we lift it from you because you are a blessing people know Allah?

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Forgive us, we'll come back to it.

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Other questions?

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Yes

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it can be a reference, the brothers asking about color in Navajo

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Peschiera.

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Right. And here it is.

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Right? And this is why if you take this one, this is a reference because of the female pronoun to the verses or the surah. But there were Allahu Allah, when he said in notice, it can be a reference to the whole Quran.

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Now, it can also be a reference to the specific topic that was being discussed because he said

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after he was mentioning

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the people on the Day of Judgment, the disbelievers on the day of judgment and how they're turning away from the Quran and so on. That they do not feel the heat after he says No, indeed it is a reminder. Okay, this can be a reference in the Quran, okay, is a reminder for them to whoever will will remember it and so on.

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That's one

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of the signs of the Day of Judgment is that the Quran will be lifted from people's hearts

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No, Allah Allah it is it is it is going up to judgment day it is one of the precursors of

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Allah

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may Allah

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not show us that day

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and the books it won't be listed. It will be listed there will not be a Quran

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Allah

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will do you mean

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see,

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if you go to

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No, I'll tell you the Surah Surah Elgin.

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Surah Telegin

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Tyler says

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we go to sort of Elgin

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Look at what Allah says near the end.

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PAGE 835 835.

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He is Knower of the unseen, verse 26 He is nor the unseen, and he does not disclose his knowledge of the Unseen to anyone.

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Except to me he has approved of messengers, and indeed he sends before him, ie the messenger, and behind him observers.

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Dania kullfi.

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This is the guardian angels to protect the messenger, right?

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In one popular opinion that he

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may know, in other words, we have done this, we have sent protecting angels to the messengers before him, so that Mohammed will know

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that he may know the day the messengers have conveyed the Messages, messages of the Lord, and he has encompassed whatever is wisdom, and has enumerated all things in number. So the Prophet, Allah may know that the angels before him, the the messengers before him,

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did their job of transmitting the message perfectly. The protection angels here seems to be for the messenger, special protect, and even all Muslims, as we know,

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Muslims have protecting angels.

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Right?

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And this could be all of humanity's will

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be protecting angels, right? All human beings have angels writing the good and bad deeds. We also have angels protecting us from behind us and in front of us. Did you notice how many notice

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you heard of

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protecting angels brothers and sisters who are protecting us? Again, obviously I'm not inventing it, go to

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surah Allah,

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Allah Most High says.

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But you also you also for for for all,

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the children.

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Alarm was high. In Florida, page 328 328 Verse 11.

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This is for him, each one level up.

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For him are successive angels before and behind him, who protects him by the decree of Allah.

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The whole lock is up.

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There they protect him by the decree of Allah.

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And Allah will not change the condition and so on and so forth. So this is a reference to all people

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having protected in law protecting the physical

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structures also protected on Quran.

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This is something for the Quran. This is a special status for the Quran, because otherwise it would not have been changed right? In the past, was part of the Hydra

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gave the obligation of protecting the divine speech to the learned of that

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right.

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Be filming Kitabi left, right, they were given the task of protecting

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their books, the rabbis and the priests and so on.

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But the Quran the special thing about the Quran is Allah

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is that Allah Himself has taken it upon himself to protect the book.

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We're in

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love with

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that we literally we have done this vicar and it is for us to protect it and that's why it is protected that it will not be changed from now until the Day of Judgment

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anything else

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