Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 30 #14 Abasa 4

Mohammad Qutub
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Welcome to atom with asleep so you know email me you know Halevi now Shafi

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Muhammad Abdullah early your sophomore here with a woman

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that Emily Sally Coco Kohli,

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which I'm in a hurry for me when he's telling me

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I praise the Lord lady and I said prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam noble family, righteous companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the Day of Judgment

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will reveal to you or law knowledge that we accept that what you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise ask Allah subhanaw taala to open our hearts. The longer Quran might make it an argument for us and not against us on the Day of Judgment.

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To Allah

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help us help to make us of those who are listed in status by reciting the Quran and not the opposite Insha Allah, the Quran, and sisters is the light of Allah subhanaw taala that he has sent for the guidance of humanity. It is amazing beyond

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wonder, and it is awe inspiring beyond description, if only Subhanallah the human beings and especially Muslims realize and discover its importance and its beauty.

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If the human beings if human beings have not the even some of the Muslims have them the gym themselves, when they listen to the recitation of the Quran, immediately they went back and it was the first time they had heard it. They went back and they said in SME on the Quran and algebra we have heard an amazing Quran something else the first time that they had heard it, it caused such a wonder and amazement for them that they had nothing to say but in our Quran.

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Today, brothers and sisters will try to finish inshallah so to understand, if Allah subhanaw taala will

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we stopped off last time in the section where Allah subhanaw taala was reminding the human beings of his origin, right? From that sperm drop UK. And yet, you are arrogant, and you are boasting, and you are walking around, thinking that you are something and through all the way we went through those verses, and then how you know, the embryo or the baby comes out of the womb of the mother. And eventually the last one to Allah causes everyone to die and then He will resurrect them. And finally,

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when he says no, that no one has fulfilled

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what Allah subhanaw taala has commanded and we we mentioned the opinion of Imam Mujahid who said that

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this applies to all people and that no one will ever fulfill completely what they are commanded by their Lord subhanaw taala right, showing you the

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how much right Allah subhanaw taala has upon his lip service write anything and we mentioned also the interesting and seemingly unique opinion of Imam

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concerning that

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just to give you a small review, and then now we will start in shallows verse 24 almost I set

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was a tuna

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then let

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look at their foods

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let them look at their portfolio in some form

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or rather the human being is that a phenomena in fact, that if they let the human

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beings take a look at his food. Okay? What about his food? How we put down water and torrents then we broke open the earth splitting is probably the end of the verse.

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So Allah subhanaw taala. Now, after

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commanding us to deliberate over our origin, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah is now commanding us to deliberate over the food that we eat, which we take for granted.

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Now, look at the foods you're eating,

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in deliberation, right? Not just looking in terms of vision for the younger, okay? Now, when we talk about Nova, it's not only necessarily looking at it, it's looking at it with perception, right when deliberation, think about this issue and delivery over it. But the unwanted incident? Where did you get your food from? Nowadays from the

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market from the store, right? But no, go back. Go back a few steps. Right? In the store, it's already ready. And this is part of the problem, right? This is part of the disconnect between us. Things are easily accessible. It's a blessing but at the same time, it has distanced us from a lot of the things that we are supposed to deliberate over. How did you get this food? This vegetable this frozen vegetable you bought is frozen. But then vegetable where did it come from? And how did this come about? Is it a simple nother? Is it a complex matter? Allah?

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Allah subhanaw taala is describing the whole process of food.

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How does it come about? Right?

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you'll find that all of these

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types of foods that Allah Allah mentioned are all

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And Allah subhanaw taala mentions that one by one. And obviously, they they have special importance, because they are being mentioned in these verses Belinda in channel 11. Look at the way you got your food and its source and its origins. Right now the farmers

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have all

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witnessed this whole process, the pouring down of the water, the splitting of the Earth, the planting the seeds, and the plasma eventually coming out. This was a whole process for them, right? This was the ultimate success for them. This was a whole process that they were watching. And they were probably glorifying Allah subhanaw taala all the while unless they were disbelieving. This is where there is this disconnect, right?

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We are disconnected from faraway lands, from huge swathes of lands where there's vegetation, and plants and trees and forests and things of that nature, right. So we don't see it. And we don't get the chance to deliver it over there for delivery more. Right? Because we are disconnected from this in the first place. How does this food come about? Is it as simple as it seems? There's a long process, right? Whether you look at it historically, or whether you look at it case by case basis, what do I mean? Meaning historically,

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the earth didn't look this way. It wasn't filled with greenery and grass and plants. This was basically a bed of rock.

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It was a bed of different types of rocks, right? The surface of the Earth. This was a whole process, you know, developing the plants and the forests and the vegetation and so on in the history of the earth. And then if you want to look at a case by case basis, look at the individual things that you're eating and think about how it came about. Do you have by Allah, any contribution in it? Practically?

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What you bought the seeds from somewhere and you planted it, that's all who brought the water, who provided the sunshine, who gave life actually to this plant eventually so that the part that you live is a central part of the logistics, you know, cutting the plant taking it and placing it maybe drying it or whatever it may be preparing it for eating but ultimately, how did it come about? All of this is through the wills and the ability of Allah subhanaw taala do not think him Will he will not deliver it over that

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well, let's go into it and know

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how we put down Walker in Torrance. Now

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Have the translators use the word torrents for some

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other translators use the word abundance, they are fairly similar but torrents seems to be a little bit more violent and abundance seems to be a little bit more accurate. Okay? And

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Allah azza wa jal provided this water in great abundance, at the same time, we have to think, in the strict linguistic definition of some,

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it is not necessarily in such great abundance, that could be one meaning, but when, you know, if I'm holding a glass and you're holding a pitcher of tea, or water, and I want to I want to tell you pour me some water,

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what might you say?

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In Arabic

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isn't in the Bible of this land

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is second,

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it gives you the meaning of second which is pouring,

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pouring it down. So

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Allah, for Lebanon, Allah has poured it down for you, right?

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He poured it down for you, and obviously, in the best way in the most appropriate way so that it can give rise to this land. And this vegetation, which makes up

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one of the most important sources of the food that you and I eat

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sometimes, now

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of course, the rain, did you bring down the rain?

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That's nothing. You have nothing to do with this and neither do I, and neither does anyone else on the planet. This is the work of Allah subhanaw taala. At one point, they tried, they tried the settlement on of seeding the clouds and maybe that will help you know to bring the rain, it was a fear, okay, they seed here and the rain come somewhere else. The point is, they gave up that that idea and rain is the work of Allah subhanaw taala. Okay, he brings it down wherever he wants, and according to His will, right? Of course, how can we be a me for being raised?

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being pious, the lands being a land of piety, Allah subhanaw taala was then raised and showered his blessings upon the

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fullness of Cochran and then we broke open,

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loving it, and then in parentheses in the transmission with sprouts. Now, this is one meaning. And this is one meaning that was given by several of the scholars

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that the breaking open of the Earth

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is the breaking open up the Earth with the plant coming up. That's why they say splitting it was

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as if you, you, you, you left it or you split it when the plants that are coming out.

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But there's another interesting interpretation

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has a lot of scientific significance as well. And then we would make this breaking open of the earth, not at the stage where the plants are coming out. Okay, or splitting the Earth with the South, but rather, immediately following the rain, as the chronology seems to be from the verses, and

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then breaking open the earth with what was the water that has been rained down on the earth?

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But then you say, what is the water splitting the Earth? Is that what's happening? Is that possible?

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Absolutely. In fact, it is most important for the water to split open the earth in the form of breaking up the rocks on the surface of the earth.

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How is that important? Well,

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as I said, historically, the Earth was basically a bunch of different types of rocks. Where are you going to plant the plant? You can plant the plants on the rocks, right? The the some of the maybe few types of

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not even plants, but fungi that grow on the rocks, mother do this right? The fungi that grow on rocks or lichens, okay, but these are fungi, okay? They have their own role also in breaking up the rocks. This breaking

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Not the rocks is very important for what for what for the plants was the vegetation how? Because you require in addition to water and

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what do you require for these plants to grow

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minerals with another word for it technically

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Where are you placing the plant and the earth on the soil

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in the soil what is soil

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soil is actually the decomposition of rocks

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soil is simply the decomposition of rocks

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How will you bring about the soil from a lab which is full of rocks, Allah subhanaw taala sand down the rain and the rain is a very important factor in what is called weathering right and weathering is the process of decomposing those rocks into what we know as soil these nutrients and minerals right, this bed of nutrients and minerals

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in which you plant the plants which are also the other important factor for growing these plants Subhanallah Chiara

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Allah, Allah

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Allah Chaka, Chaka with Toria we tore up with tore up

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this meaning is correct, we tore up the earth in terms of tearing up the rocks breaking up the rocky structure right and the continuous rainfall and the climate is as we said is an important factor in weathering and you have different types of weathering you have mechanical weathering, rising up chemical weathering, this weathering is what decomposes those rocks into the soil into which you place the plant and eventually the plants grow. So,

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in this stage, which is immediately following the rain,

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of course, many different types of weathering, but a good part of it and an important player in weathering is water whether mechanically or whether chemically in both types of weathering, water plays an important role the rain which is coming down plays an important role in breaking up those rocks and the eventual decomposition of those rocks into soil

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in which the plants are growing.

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So who does this now look at it again, don't look at it on a on a six individual skip look at it on the scale of the whole earth

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these huge forests and these trees and these plants everywhere on the mountain, how did you get all of this

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through this process of weathering which Allah subhanaw taala decreed for the rocks to decompose decompose to form the soil in which the plants are growing and the trees are growing and not Allah Allah

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but this is another important meaning

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by looking at the chronology at the stage of which Allah Allah is breaking open

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there is another authentic

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narration or let us or maybe more correctly, I'll call it a narration which is mutawa and you know, you know what that means? How many know what it is? Everyone should know

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you had it

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okay, I'll get to that.

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Maybe a little bit further suffice to know that this is a narration which is recited okay. It is recited by different color and image because there some representations that are not considered as valid

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to be recycled, because it's not okay, but this is

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where instead of

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the resizer would say

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the matter to Allah subhanaw taala alone, right.

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the meaning we get from here so the unggulan insanity law, let the human look at his food, what about

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how we pull down water,

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in abundance? In other words, we are explaining

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out how the food comes about the other list recitation I'm telling you about

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we immediately say

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we have

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poured down the water in

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Shopko this seems to be Subhanallah part of the

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Jas and this is again not immediately obvious right? I mean it's not even immediately obvious that foil is actually as a result of the decomposition of rocks right in which essentially are grown

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on a huge scale on a on a large scale all over the earth and also on an individual scale wherever there is soil to plant vegetation

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right it's almost like and this also supports that idea right

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breaking open the earth and cause to grow within it

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and this is why if you if you also analyze the conjunctions right

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meaning a long time right

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and this includes the process of weathering and the process of weathering is a long process right it takes so

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soon as the Earth has been cleaned, right and the rocks have decomposed and the soil is there, it is ready to plant

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the quick one with the

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help and cause to grow within it's great once the soil is there and the sun is there and water is there you will be able to grow plants and cause to grow within it. Grace and

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and here it begins to tell us the different types

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of things that are being grown in this earth and the main sources of our foods the first one

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right all the different types of grains, wheat and barley and rice and all of these things these are called grains right

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cause to grow within his grace, one of the most important sources of the food that we eat

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again don't think about just what you see in the market. Think about how it comes about where does this rice come from? Where does this corn come from? Where does this week come from and so on

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to other very important ones and grapes and

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grapes, right? Maybe we don't eat grapes enough we should there are a lot of health benefits to great okay really it is

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the the the benefits that Allah azza wa jal has placed in grapes, we don't even know about and grape juice and other different extracts that they get from grapes, it has a lot of health benefits right and this is why you find it as mentioned all right, whether

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this is Indonesia

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and even in Africa, right. He talks about being years

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places let us see

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continues with grapes and so on because it is very important in the dunya and also in the afterlife. This is one of the fruits that people in general love and benefit from wine.

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Can you you know the verses that give you grapes in dunya and give us grapes in Accra?

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They're obvious

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we've all read them time and time again, some verses mentioned Jonathan, the healing here in dunya and some verses mentioned

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Gration such as

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well I know

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there's a little bit of

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differences of opinion on one possibility. It is what is called a rough

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a type of father for animals, okay and this is why they say they call the service it is fairly similar irbis father that animals eat in the end. It is a vegetable right. But what we do know for sure about

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is that it is the wet Burbidge it is wet as opposed to the dry. Okay, well, I never will come back

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This is one of the things that is Burbage for animals. It is like animal fodder. And this way we'll find the translators different based on some of the different opinions about what is

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close translation in English, maybe alfalfa, you've heard of alfalfa, right?

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Types of lagoons are plants that are eaten by animals, and some may also be eaten, as far as I know, by human beings.

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And this is why

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other translators or scholars said any types of vegetables that are picked

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is right, comes from almost cutting something and picking it plucking it right. And then it grows again, this is what what

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was a soup. And

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another very important

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a very important source of nutrients and health benefits, also, whether it is eating all of themselves, or the oil that is extracted and all of the oil, and it has excellent health benefits, right? That I'm sure all of you probably have read that was a two and and this is why I also say food is mentioned all over the Quran

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as a tuna

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and of course, right. And poultry,

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he didn't mention the fruit, he mentioned the tree itself. Right? He could have said was a what?

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Because the fruit of the the Ponce's will be the date.

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Some scholars said no, because the concrete benefits are many not only the data that you get from them, so he mentioned the whole tree itself. It was a student.

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Right. And nothing again, one of the important

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trees that is mentioned in the Quran. And that has so many health benefits. And of them of course, dates and dates, my dear brothers and sisters is another food that really we are not giving enough importance, the health benefits in the RMS

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as it is a food in itself. You know when when the the Mothers of the Believers may Allah be pleased with them say that, you know, for long periods of time, or only food one, the two black ones, water and they

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we live on this and water.

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I asked you know,

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if you're fasting

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and you become so tired from the fasting, this is probably for one of two reasons. Lack of water, dehydration, or lack of sugar.

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They can water compensate for both

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is the source of sugar and an excellent source of sugar. Right. And the water of course is what you need to live with these two sources. You can go for days with me dates and water and this is why profit

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certainly authentic Hadees a house in which there are no dates.

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The inhabitants of that house are hungry people. In other words, if you don't have this in your house, you're losing you're really missing out right was a Toulon, one

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and gardens of dense shrubbery,

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great gardens,

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that Allah subhanaw taala has planted for us and grown for us these gardens you and I will not be able to grow a single tree if it wasn't for Allah.

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Allah Allah come unto me to show

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you would not be able to grow a tree in the garden if it wasn't for Allah subhanaw taala what have great

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gardens with all kinds of different

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trees and different plants all from the same sources from the same water

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right but giving you all kinds of beautiful variety by the will of Allah subhanaw taala has the same soil, the same water the same sunlight, just the different seeds right and you get all kinds of different plants. Countries will have that

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they translated as dense shrubbery.

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What is that gives you several meanings in Arabic. Probably should write them down, especially the Arabic speakers. It gives you the

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meaning of

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being tall. Okay? When you talk about these gardens of dense shrubbery,

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it gives you the meaning of heights, great heights, it gives you the meaning of large size, it gives you the meaning of density as they said them struggle shrubbery. And the word in Arabic is

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white because usually, if a person has a fairly big neck,

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then they would describe him with this word. Or

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this root word, right? Now

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heard that it's almost as if they are garden with huge trees, right with large trunks, okay, huge big trees. And it also gives you the meaning of the dense shrubbery inside those gardens all by the fact that Allah subhanaw taala has put down that water and opened up the earth and allowed these

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trees to grow.

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And fruits

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and grass, again,

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is not as simply translated as grass. Okay.

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Some some draft or verbiage on the translations will say further.

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There's some similarity between

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We said, Ben, however, you want to remember is the West father

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is more generous. So it includes dry father, and wet fun. Okay.

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This has also been interpreted as

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verbiage or graphs that the animals eat. And this is why

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in all of these, most of them, that are being mentioned are for human beings to eat. But we'll

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see all of this color said fruits for the human beings and for the animals for your livestock. Right. And this is why Allah, Allah said in the next

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lesson well as enjoyment or provision for you, and your grazing livestock, so it is for you. Now, we mentioned most of what is being mentioned here are vegetables right for all.

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But at the same time, your animals are going to eat these vegetables, right, these grazing livestock which will eat and eventually Allah subhanaw taala has selected the animals for you to eat also, right. So, this is your food directly as vegetables and indirectly as the

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fodder for your animals which you eventually will also eat right because Allah subhanaw taala said well that

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will mean Clune right, that ultimately Allah subhanaw taala has subjected the cattle for you, so that you can eat from it. And there are of course, as we know other men

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the outset

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one may not know what that means, right?

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Even for some of the speakers, what does that mean until it is described to them

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on the authority of Ibrahim is set

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the alarm read this as well.

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And then it was set to in what is

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even though they are asking or maybe.

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So, it was set in is this or it is that and people started surmising what is maybe then I will.

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Indeed this is can

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you know that word?

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This is a kind of

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perverse way to translate.

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Meaning it is almost

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It's superfluous. And it is trying to

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delve into something that maybe you shouldn't delve into.

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That kind of usually is used to express a type of

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No, no, no, no, no. That kind of meaning.

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When you go to, as we said to purpose or superficial limits

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explain something that seems a little bit far fetched.

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This is, right. It's something simple. But you know, you're making a huge big deal out of it, or you're making it's complex. And you're asking all types of different questions. And it is fairly simple. This is, right. Sometimes when someone is giving a speech or a talk, right, and he's making something so complex, right? And it's really not that complex. Okay? We say that there's what he's saying, but it is something that can be simpler, or maybe

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it can be expressed in a simpler way of saying, This is indeed, okay. And he says, what Earth will carry me and what heaven

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will say, if I say something concerning the book of Allah, about which I have no knowledge.

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I'll explain it for them.

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This same

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narration also has been narrated on the authority of Rahima TV, button, both chains of narration are

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right, it is not well connected, and therefore it is not authentic. But

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that's one of the narrations strengthens the other, so it is acceptable.

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The other famous narration and this is an authentic narration. And this is narrated by the poverty and

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the lamb and others that

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recited the same effect.

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And then he says,

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fruit we know, and we understand what is

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what is.

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And then he answered himself. And he said,

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right, as he swore by Allah, this is in the second look, he's holding himself accountable. Why am I

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making something out of nothing? It's clear exactly what is. Right. is obviously something

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has been mentioned are all classes, all visitation, right.

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From the very beginning

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something that was out on the earth, that is part of our food.

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Nick, an issue out of nothing. Okay, so the lines are saying that, indeed, he's holding himself accountable, He's fooling himself. This is not

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what they say. Does this mean that you know, we can't go this is to learn and understand the Quran and to find out the meanings of the Quran, this is not the meaning because a lot

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for revealing the Quran so that we can follow and delivery delivery for roots verses right. So what is the meaning of what is the meaning of the expression of Rebecca and Rama? Both concerning this idea that this is the kind of

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hypothesizes that this is not that they didn't know what is?

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They know what is approximately right in general, but maybe they were trying to know exactly what type of

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texture and its size and its different details, things of that nature, right. And, as we know, the Sahaba, Allah, this shows you also lose wire, again, trying to explain to you the process of

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the seller, or the pious generation before, we're the most knowledgeable, don't think because of the fact that they spoke less, they're less knowledge, it's exactly the opposite.

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When you have knowledge, you will be able to get the point across in just a few words, just a few expressions.

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But nowadays, the way we judge knowledge by how long the speaker is able to speak if he can speak for three hours is more knowledgeable as someone that's so proud power. No, it's not like that. The setup were much more knowledgeable than us.

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Right? And the finest in their hearts is something that is not comparable to ours. Later on people started philosophizing, knowledge by making something out of absolutely nothing and that's why

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the opposite happened. Too much talking. Less benefit, right? And that's why we do this the worst

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So listen meaning in just a few words, right? You can you can write expositions and essays on the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, as opposed to the way we talk the way you talk,

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not of superfluous detail, right? Just useless.

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And if I come to you and I tell you a story, I can tell you the story in two sentences to get the message across that I want to get across. But in the meantime, I tell you where I'm from, and where I graduated from. And when I'm telling you, my father did this, I tell you, my father graduated from this, and he worked with this, but that's besides the point. And then I continue the story, isn't that

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just a message?

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Who cares? What's the matter? Moses, she threw her baby into the ocean.

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Right? That's difficult. That's not easy. What's her name?

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Fine, you can, it's useful to know her name.

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This is the way the Quran

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teaches us. Focus on the message. The main message, right? This has to do with the issue of

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this hammer of Allah.

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Were busy implementing what they learned and

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not just learning it so that they can just go out and spread it everywhere. They're not implemented. So they were busy learning what is important for implementation. So they felt, all I need to know

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is what's allowed me to understand

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the beauty of the Quran and the expense of the blessing of Allah subhanaw taala upon me, for giving me

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right. And that's all I need to know. I don't need to go into the specifics of what is and this and that. So let's see, they felt

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when this happened to them, they felt that they were practicing.

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Okay, making something that is really nothing and at the same time, the wording of season of Milan, he said, what Earth will carry me and what heaven will shave me if I speak about the look of Allah about which I have no knowledge, part of and indeed, it is a crime. To speak about the Quran.

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With something I have no knowledge of when Allah azza wa jal forgive you and me and forgive me before he will be speaking about the Quran, Allah, Allah allow us to speak about the Quran only in that which we know why. Because when we speak about the Quran, my brothers and sisters are when you explain the Quran, you are essentially narrating

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from Allah subhanaw taala.

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When you say from Muhammad, you are narrating about

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as important, but when you're speaking about the Quran, you're narrating Allah, Allah. Allah says.

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And then it is truly amazing. When you find people just saying,

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you know,

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garbage, and say, This is my opinion of what the Quran says, without reading a book of the seed, without

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thinking about what it means without even having knowledge of Arabic to be able to explain the verses of Allah to Allah, you have some ignoramus, just picking up the Quran and say, Well, I think Allah saying this is Halak, you

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are afraid to speak about.

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They're afraid to speak about

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I'm not sure but I think this is probably this or something like that.

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And this is why

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the authority of Malaysia he says the seven

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was asked about and

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he says, if some of you were asked about it,

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you will probably

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speak about it but even unless refuse

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to do nothing for us. The ultimate explain.

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He refused to comment.

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I don't have knowledge.

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Someone else

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was talking about the Bible is not in our Bible. He is saying the some of you and just you know

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and probably, you know, give his opinion about what that means but

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was afraid to speak about Allah. This fear is what we're missing my brother in

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Now, he'll commit suicide. Of course he won't because that's but in other words, metaphorically that's

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It seems that way people are speaking about the Quran. They were speaking on the Quran and he said you shouldn't speak about

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anything. Nowadays, any Joe Schmo picks up the Quran says, This is what the Quran means. Who are you? Do you even speak Arabic? To be able to interpret the Quran? Did you pick up one or two

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people just, you know, throwing whatever kind of comments they have on the Quran? Is the book of Allah not saying you are commenting on it? Aren't you afraid that Allah upon you some thunder or lightning and destroys you? Because you are saying about

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that which is incorrect, or which is unacceptable? B these are the people who feared Allah subhanaw taala and feared saying anything about the Quran about which they have no knowledge. If you are asked my dear brother, my dear sister, and you have knowledge,

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doesn't mean that, therefore we don't say anything. But I don't want to scare you into not being able to say a thing about the Quran. If you have knowledge,

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and you understood it,

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reply. But if you don't have knowledge, I don't know, especially about the Quran. And this is why

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this is

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the meaning of the thing.

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you know, there are specifics that are not relevantly, they were trying to go after and this is why they perceive this as telecom.

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this is why,

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when Evan will be Allah on one of the facilities was commenting on this incident, he's wondering why don't have a good idea of exactly what

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the scraps are the irbis would have what we mentioned before, he says, two possibilities, number one, some words, the meaning of some words, changes over time, or come for early this appeared a certain word in a dialect.

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This appears for a certain time and is no longer and it gives the beautiful example of Hadith in Sahih Bukhari

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where there were two women fighting over

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a child of theirs. Of course, most of them had their own children. And a wolf came and grabbed one of the children.

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Of course, they started accusing each other Oh, you took your child? This is my time, right? The one who lost her child obviously, also claimed that it is her child.

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Then they went to that was Ali Salam, right? This is

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they went to the restaurant, and he

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gave the verdict that the child is for the older woman.

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they went to

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the salon, and they told them about what happened. And today's man, Allah,

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Allah, Allah gave him wisdom to judge in this difficult case, right? Who is the real mother of the one child that is left? So he said to them?

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No, and bring me a knife. And I will cut him in half between you. And each of you gets one half.

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And then the younger mother says no, by Allah, please don't do it. Right. And this is when

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she understood that this is the real mother, because the real mother is going to is going to be the one to have affection to say don't do this to the child. And she actually says his her child. So she loves him more she has more affection, this must be the real mother, the younger one, and he gave

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the child to the younger one. Now, what is the issue of this era, from the Allah says, By Allah?

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This is the first time I hear the word 16. Nice.

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So they didn't used to use the word.

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They used to use the word woods, the

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The first time I hear the word kill,

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the expression we use for life.

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Right. So this is an example okay? The word may be some burly in a certain period of time, and this is one explanation you give the Why

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didn't know the meaning of

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the other possibility is that as we said, seems to refer to different things and there are

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different opinions. And therefore, they were afraid to say that it is this way. And this is why

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I go back to say, it's really amazing when you hear some

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people talking about the Quran, and some people may not necessarily be ignorant, no, they may be quite knowledgeable, but

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to come and confirm and ascertain without a shadow of a doubt, this is what Allah means.

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In a verse where there is some difference of opinion, is quite courageous. And I don't call it praiseworthy courage, but rather blameworthy courage, but there's a difference of opinion. And it's possible that, you know, the meaning is this, when you come and say, This is what Allah means. And this is absolutely the precisely what Allah subhanaw taala means to say, this is dangerous, my dear brothers and sisters, this is the book of Allah subhanaw taala and this is why I've told you before that it is of a person's knowledge

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to maintain that there may be different opinions on the Quran of what is actually being meant and what the wisdom is behind mentioning something nowadays, subhanAllah you hear from people even though you know they may be shapes or that people have knowledge, you know, telling you absolutely something that really is a matter of belts. I mean, this is not something that can be ascertained. Absolutely, even sometimes when you talk about well why did this verse come before this one? Or you know, what is the connection between this and this? Why did Allah say this here and Allah say this here, we saying well, possibly the reason is this and this but when you come and say no, the reason

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that is is because of this and this many times if you think about it enough and it's deliberate enough you can win an argument from another place in the Quran to show that this opinion is not correct

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that's why we have to be careful when we talk about the novel

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when the

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enjoyment or provision for you and you're grazing livestock right

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part of what Allah subhanaw taala has given to us and

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for the livestock to eat as a provision

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metallic wali

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what comes after this

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know me, me as enjoyment for you and your grazing livestock, but when there comes the Deafening Blast

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so it will be an enjoyment

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enjoyment for you and your livestock up to the time of the destiny

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but either just

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recently in

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he says

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it's not an it's when

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it's not the Day of Judgment will happen. It is just a matter of when this will happen. absolutely without a doubt.

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Right. When it comes

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the Deafening Blast

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it sounds rough, right?

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It sounds rough. It comes from the word.

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means what

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it means

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to allow someone to hear, to speak in a way where you allow the person to hear you, okay, you speak loudly. And it also has the meaning of

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so if you were to speak so loudly, it's almost as if you're definitely the person and noise would just fall out. Destiny right isn't that what we say?

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comes from the word write.

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A noise which is deafening. Allah azza wa jal calls in the opinion of living our best lives is one of the nasals in there.

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Allah, Allah Allah called the Day of Judgment, and more specifically, the second glow in the horn.

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This seems to be a reference indeed to the blown the horn which was spoken about before. Okay, most popularly two glows the first law, the globe destruction blowing in the horn,

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everyone that is still alive.

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The second law that allows everyone to be resurrected this law, Allah told us

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it is so loud

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even though you are in the state of being dead,

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even though you are a lawyer under the grace

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inside our grave, they can

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call it whatever you want to call it, you will hear a noise that is so loud

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and deafening.

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And all will rise to the ultimate court of law on the Day of Judgment.

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This is a fucking Deafening Blast.

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Because it almost causes deafness because it is so loud and everyone loves hearing no one single exception.

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So what do they say Well, someone

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in the first place and they died and they

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will they hear

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deafness upon this person and Allah is the one way to make them hear. And if you want to even more than you can hear. This has no meaning. The Deafening Blast is coming.

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Allah protects us on that day.

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Young Mayor Phil LeBeau.

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On the day, a man will flee from his brother Allah. Think about Him beloved brother,

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you will flee from him. You will flee from each other. On the day of judgment. You will not think about

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each other. You were there for each other here in the dunya. But on the day of judgment, I don't know you anymore. And you will not know me.

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You will not know your mother and he will not know you.

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He'll know you.

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Physically he knows you or his brother. But he doesn't know you because he doesn't care about you at that moment. All he cares about is himself.

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This is no normal day my brothers and sisters. This is yo when I leave yo one cubbies young one, Young.

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This is this is a day that is great and painful and difficult. Something that is beyond anyone's imagination. And no one will truly understand or Fathom

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until they experience

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and this is why I say

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experience. None.

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experiences now here was my experiences when you go home, experience it on your own think about it and deliver it over. Don't wait for the actual experience to say oh should have

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when it would have benefited me. I should have thought about it. I should have deliberated over these verses I should have considered

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today when I will stand on that day and I will see from my beloved your brother

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we're only he

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and his mother his father, Allahu Akbar.

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You're supposed to your brother, you're free from him. You think about them, you might be worried about them. You're so worried about them. You'll do anything

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for your own mother.

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But on the day of judgment, no one you will not give to him. And you believe that? He may ask you for one extra day.

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We were

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we were bonding you know we were

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just I mean one would be helped me out

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on our own

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to deliver the message that someone is fleeing from their mother

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or the allow your mother and your father the ones who gave their life to you was spent on you who

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Love you who took care of you. Because after Allah subhanaw taala, for you me in this life.

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were worried about you who stand up for you when you were sick, was it all of you will sleep? Shame on you?

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Not in your hands, or mine.

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will all the way from

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what will me he will be. So it's even Greece, right? Because the mother and father are even closer than the brother. And they have more rights upon us than our own brothers or sisters your way through

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your own mother and father, for whom you probably will do anything for him in the dunya. But

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does require your assistance. But it's only myself that I'm thinking about today.

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Well, actually, let's see what the knee

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another level

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mother and father more

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deserving of our routine. Absolutely. But who are the ones who used to go to whenever there was a problem? After I lost some data, who did you used to flee to first, even before your mother and your father, your immediate family?

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Your wife and your kids? Right? So the first people you're gonna go to the first first people you're gonna please usually write

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your own wife and children. And this is why the scholar said, Allah subhanaw taala mentioned them in ascending order.

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First, the brother, the mother and the father, even closer, the wife and the children the immediate family. Why? Because if you mentioned it the other way, there's no meaning to mention the ones below.

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If you consider it that way. If you say

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the closest people you flew in your fleet from right, so obviously you're free from everyone, which is less cool. So he gave it to you in descending order. You're

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very close, but not as close as the next one, even the mother and the father. So

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you think this is something great, fleeing from my brothers, and Allah?

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There must be something about this day. No, even more than that your mother and father, my mother and father also asleep from Telugu, a disbeliever. Yes, he will flee from their mother and father. More than that, flee from your wife and your kids, also your children, your husband,

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Allah who I used to fly,

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I used to fly to them. Whenever I was in despair, I had a predicament. And now I will please, absolutely. Because the punishment of Allah is Severe. Because this is a day, like no other day. This is a day my brothers and sisters, where Allah subhanaw taala is angry to a level that he has never never been angry before. Well.

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To the extent that even the prophets and the messengers, peace be upon them all, are saying go away from me,

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to their own followers, when they came to them, asking for the resurrection by physicians, just for the sake that accountability, we're not talking about reward for Paradise or health care. Just people waiting, the anxiety is killing them. The suspense is killing them. They want the court to start

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the proceedings. So that goes to the purpose.

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Just to start the proceedings, intercede on our hearts practice, so that the court can finally start, but we just can't take it anymore.

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And the prophets and the messengers, peace be upon them all one by one will say

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My Lord is angry this day to a level that he has never been angry before.

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And he says next scene, see, see the narration mentioned three times. Myself, myself myself, go to someone else like this. They go from one profit to another until they get to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the only one who says all naughty, naughty my

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instead of Netsy enough, see? He says My alma he's the one from Allah Allah who will intercede

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on our part to Allah subhanaw taala to start this accountability, so as the prophets and the messengers are saying that's the next scene. What do you think we will be doing? And these are the people whose hearts went out to the people

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Hello, hello, hello 950 years is calling on his people 950 Years Day in life is calling His people. He loves his own family, but on the day of judgment, go to someone else. I'm only asking Allah for myself today, except Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa early he was sending them

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Nipsey Nipsey nutsy.

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When he mentioned the wife, he didn't call her was just he said, Well Foshee Betty,

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such that this for some reason the spouse was not the spouse that she should be

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in this situation, and you truly were fleeing from her or you

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did not flee to her in the dunya. As a companion, he mentioned what

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in the case of your spouse insha, Allah, your wives are real companions to you.

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A real friend, the real companion, right, that you use to please do, you will see from the one who is a companion to you.

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Have any?

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Why? My dear brothers and sisters, why are people fleeing on this day? Allah subhanaw taala says,

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for every man that day will be a matter adequate for him. This phrase, I don't think does the cuts,

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that they will be adequate for the culinary, young, even sharpening unique meaning that every person on that day will have a matter which is pre occupying and driving them away from

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the people that he loves.

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You need

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a matter which will drive away or preoccupied from being there to help the ones he loves, or the people that require his assistance we couldn't. It just shows you as everyone is just thinking about themselves. This is Ultimate in selfishness, but it's beyond our control

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is the ultimate and selfishness on that day. What people are seeing. They're just going after their own system, nothing else and the other versus

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the criminals will want to sacrifice their own family, their wives and their children and their parents. Their sacrifices.

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Hellfire Nick has rescued them from hellfire.

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They'll sacrifice everyone on the face of the earth.

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Everyone on the face of the earth will

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we will not be

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they will sacrifice they will be ready

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to accept the offer from Allah subhanaw taala

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if you accept

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everyone else into hellfire, and

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would you like

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and you will agree.

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Hopefully not us, the criminals

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would be ready to sacrifice

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everyone on the face of the earth to save themselves.

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The queen in Britain isn't shut me, everyone is just looking at themselves nothing else. And then when one starts to wonder, is possible. But everyone was just looking at themselves and not caring about anyone else. But this is the ultimate date

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for the

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adulterers and the fornicators. And the people who are walking around naked in the different parades all around

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the globe in the dunya. This is the ultimate date. This is what they've been waiting for all human beings standing in front of each other naked.

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This is a party for them. This is a parade. You think they're going to kill

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the cooling.

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No one will move a finger.

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I told you the story. The amazing story of an accident that happened on a bus where there were men and women. And during that time, one of the men decided to

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have his fun and to have his enjoyment with one of the girls on the bus because you know it's a predicament it's a problem. So he can get something quickly and no one's gonna hold him accountable. Just in an accident right? Here you are all men and women naked in front of you do what you please.

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heterosexual or homosexual.

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They can do nothing. They'll just be standing there waiting for the accountability and expecting the punishment of a

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Last month

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and this is the meaning that is narrated

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on the authority of our mother.

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When Prophet Muhammad wa sallam said, that humans, the humanity on the Day of Judgment will be resurrected, barefoot, naked and uncircumcised

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on Messenger of Allah, what about the hour?

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What about the

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what about all of you know all of the private parts? What's gonna happen?

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So he says, he recited this verse they couldn't him written in hmil Isn't shutting up. There's something that is preoccupied every single one of them, no one cares. And a similar question was posed by

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our mothers.

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And another woman, a general woman who had asked the same question when they heard from Salem saying that this is the way people will be resurrected, they said

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all men and women altogether naked.

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Unbelievable. Prophet Muhammad Salah seldom recited the equally million men who meal eating shitting on your knees

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in a

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concluded with this in a recitation, which is not Waterwatch

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but is authentic.

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it is not a recitation that we are allowed to recite. But it has an authentic chain of narration all the way up to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu. But all of them are allowed to resize.

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Or only the recitations which had the quality of

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doesn't have the quality of colossal means that it is narrated by such a large group of people, that it is impossible that all of these people are lying.

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When you say heavy smoke, unless you're talking about the Hadith, which is narrated by such a large group of people, then it cannot be the deadline as a small example.

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The issue of the splitting of the moon. So many people narrated that story, right believers and disbelievers, this cannot be fake, it's gonna be false. Because you cannot imagine that all of these people are lying. If people start entering the masjid now in groups,

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and they

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come outside, see the accidents on the golf road?

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30 different people are also come see the extra long gospel cannot be their own line, right? It's something that is absolutely confirmed. This is the this is what it's called to walk in. And it applies to the Quranic presentation, the only thing that we recite as for

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the quality of this presentation is not with our tool, but this is authentically narrated up to Prophet Muhammad, Allah, and therefore we can extract a nice meaning from it. And this is the repetition where he recited instead of your knee, he recited Yeah.

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Other words we couldn't

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even Yeah, we

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mean, something that is of concern to them.

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Something that is of concern to me. So in other words, every single person will have a letter on that day that is concerning them, to the extent that they are able to and that's what the meaning obviously, is similar to the extent that they will be able to not look at even the close ones, and they will neglect them, and everyone will only be thinking about themselves. To the extent that even my brothers and sisters, the nursing woman, the baby that she nursed in this dunya

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should not care about the baby anymore.

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People will be running around as if they are intoxicated. There is no alcohol there is just in the punishment of Allah.

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And we want to just concerned about themselves and protect us and make it the best day for us and not the worst. And may Allah Allah forgive us and accept from us does that

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any questions or comments?

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anybody can.

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Anybody can have a power.

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Stick with a locksmith.

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Allahu Akbar, Allah will give us that ability. You we say you say now, because they're still in your heart are standing for many people to tell us, they never thought about that anyway or that

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Allah, Allah as Prophet told us on the authentic hadith, Allah, Allah will speak to each of us individually without a translator

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without a translator.

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So, Allah subhanaw taala, obviously will give us the ability to speak with him, and to answer for the accounts, as people will be arguing, right, there'll be arguing the case without a lawyer, their own case, you'll note that we do not seem to dazzle unless every soul will come on that date, and argue for itself.

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Trying to defend yourself and make his case with Allah subhanaw taala. The case is clear. It's all in the book. It's all recorded from A to Z, from the beginning of your life to the end, there'll be nothing you can argue about and forgive us and make our

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lives easy.

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I hope so. I hope so. Inshallah.

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Hopefully, there are people who will go but not everyone. Oh God entering paradise without account.

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The icing on the cake. This is the cream of the crop entering Janna without a

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straight, don't go straight, go and enter

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the ultimate right. And this is counting of Allah. Allah has granted in sha Allah has

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to sell 70,000 people in an authentic narration is greater than that. Not only 70,000 It's actually

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proximately. 5 million. Allah, this is the correct

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authentic narration in another narration from Uncle Sal himself. That for each

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that he gave me 70,000 Who will enter Jannah without right without accountability or punishment. And he gave me for each 1000 Another 70,000. So 70,000 times 70. Right. So there's the approximately 5 million

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I believe

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5 million that was entered Jana without accountability 4.94 point 9 million that will enter paradise without

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70,000 times 70

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times 70 700,000 times seven

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4.9 million

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14 million 50 million. Excellent

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give me a little bit more 49 million that will enter Jannah without

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conditions and I will mention that inshallah when we speak about depending on the last

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multiply 70,000 times 71 Do you get

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Yeah, you're right.

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None of that I think I'm right and then not 60,000,004 point 9,000,004 point 9 million. You confuse me. But either way, I have something better for you than all of this. In the same authentic narration. Prophet Muhammad wa sallam said that he gave me for it 70,000 For each 1000 of the 70,000 Another 70,003 more

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what's the word have

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a difficult one to translate?

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Three, let us say grabbed

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from Allah subhanaw taala.

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Who can explain

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the the the the the nature of these graphs are these amounts, these extra amounts that Allah subhanaw taala will give so it seems there'll be even more in sha Allah by the mercy of Allah. Allah make us of those.

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In general, when you pick

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up the throw it this is called hacia. Okay, it's like a grab and throw. Okay, so

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Are these after all of this and three additional throws? Okay

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how we understand that Allah Allah, but it's obviously at the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala so great and infinite. So, maybe so much even more than we know or can explain the important thing is we have to follow the conditions of

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accountability. When we do that lesson inshallah we'll talk about it in more detail

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anything else?

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The reference of palm trees is that specific dead trees or is it sounds like it is right? It's not just in general

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such as

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coconut trees, you call them palm trees

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70 As far as I know, it is

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a natural meaning the palm trees whose fruit is allowed

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this family is a classification is a modern classification and as far as I'm this is not what is being referenced by the Quran Allah

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even the legal themselves they have

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benefits there are other benefits are different many different types of data to get from the palm trees. I'm sure even there are other benefits that I may not be aware of. But the palm tree down into the Arab used to make use of practically every part of everyone's you know, they would make use of it in some way for anything and there are other uses.

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Houses sure making houses and so on. They save and write on the on the on the leaves and the different things, many different uses that they have season four and they continue and the land of the earth and handlers full of these types of trees.

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Militia wire?

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yeah, let's call it ponds. But as far as I know, that's the modern classification when you talk about nothing, nothing is the palm tree which was floated the

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next time

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do you mean?

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Yeah, and how long and how long? But see ultimately, when you get to that?

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Correct. That's why

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we said time and time again. Prophet Muhammad wa salam said, the authentic hadith, whoever

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feel secure of the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala. Here in the dunya will be made to fish on the day of judgment. And whoever fears Allah, here in the dunya, Allah azza wa jal, his insecurity on the day of judgment, because Allah is so merciful and just that he will not combine for you to see it as a fear, fear. And no, you fear him.

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You will be secure on the day of judgment you place around, you didn't care about

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his obedience. You call you didn't think about his wrath. You didn't fear him. You will fear on the Day of Judgment because you will feel the punishment. Well, this is the way

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Absolutely, of course, and this is why I say these verses, they shake mountains, my group my brothers and sisters, if it doesn't shake up, this means there's something wrong inside. Okay? Otherwise, these these verses literally shake, they shake mountains. Okay. He talks about he talks about people fleeing from the most beloved ones. You have to really think about that and deliver it over.

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Yeah, soul searching, thinking about it, sit down alone. Have some time alone. Turn off your phones. Don't talk to anyone just think about the time when we use suddenly for Allah. What will you do? What are what if you are those who are few? Well a few are those whose faces are black and will

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you never know and you never know how will die? Allah Allah, Allah azza wa jal make us stable on this religion. Three

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Never know. But ultimately, Allah version has shown us the light of Islam now it's just a matter of moving forward with it. Look how blessed we are already configured to understand what we're talking about. You come until the no judgement phases, phase phases that are joyful. people fleeing from their families will be like what what on earth are you talking about? That completely eases

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to the blessing of Allah azza wa jal that we have this Quran read it, right? Part of the reason people have fear of the Day of Judgment, because they read and

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they may finish the Quran once every three days. Once every week, let's say once every week, okay?

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Constantly the reading about the Day of Judgment, they're being reminded. They're made to feel it something that hurts but for you and we know where even once

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people have looked probably most emotions. What do you expect? Your heart is is is rotten. If you're not reading your heart is literally rotten. It is decomposing, okay? Because this is the food of the heart. Right? So when you neglect it naturally that's going to happen people say how come I don't really feel it you know how come I don't feel that spiritual? How come I don't feel how come you know when you talk about that they've just been doesn't move me.

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Allah forgive us.

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