Tafseer Surah Ar-Ra-ad #8

Moutasem al-Hameedy

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And that was the big mistake of some of the sects

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who ascribe to Islam like a martyr Zilla. Like as much as Tesla.

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They appeared towards the end of the first century, the beginning of the second century after Hyjal. And the person who really like initiated what we can call my Tesla was Walsall

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was sort of, you know, I thought he was one of the students who will has an anniversary. But then he left. He left it as an anniversary, and he initiated some kind of group on his own and was called later on, or it was called in my Tesla, because my Tesla means the ones who have separated the separate,

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separated themselves people or separated themselves. That's what Mr. Tesla mean, they have avoided because it wasn't a bla bla, it has that imaginary cell has an Uber three, he left the group or the circle of 100 bursary. So they were called after that, as in my Tesla, and my Tesla. One of the main principles is an apple

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is the intellect. So if something comes through the Quran, or through the son of the Prophet SAW Selim and doesn't make to them logical sense and their assessment of this world, they reject it.

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They reject it. They say, that doesn't make sense. That doesn't make sense. And that's problematic. That's problematic because your mind is designed to understand matters of the scene, scene world, physical world. But math matters of the unseen world. As we said, they defy our basic logic, because our basic logic is not designed to comprehend the unseen world. So we have to know the limitations. And this is why for example, the scholars have stressed the importance of putting Apple the intellect where it belongs,

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put it where it belongs, don't give it more than it deserves. And that doesn't mean neglecting the apple, or the intellect. It has its place. So don't fall short of the mark and don't exceed the limits. It's a level of moderation is where he shows them to me and he says,

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a shallow Alden will Upolu share hit, he says, shallow Revelation. Revelation is the judge,

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his lord of the court,

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will Appaloosa head, the intellect is a witness. He's a witness. That's it. That's the position of an apple in the court of Islam and the unseen world

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where Jews who,

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in all the way through the showerhead and Natasha, and the judge can expel the witness whenever he wants. Once you can say to the witness out of the courtroom,

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you've done your job. Now, if you make more noise, now, you make him more trouble out you can expel him out of the courtroom. And there is some lines of poetry that are actually important and beautiful.

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I forgot who said them, but it says

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L Malini will actually will actually tell Alpha men Mandela de Marco has a shot offer knowledge, knowledge, knowing something

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so, the knowledge and intellect how to dispute who is better, who is better, this is more of a linguistic kind of thing, but it's good to mention here. So, knowledge as if it was personified, it has a dispute with intellect which one of them is better than the other knowledge or intellect knowledge or intellect

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element will actually live up to lift telephone and then the the V Hema but I was a short offer

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for Al Mukalla and I was to wire to an Apple has to hire to who will call Apollo man OB riffa. So knowledge said I have reached the highest level of honor. So intellect responded. Allah was known through me Allah was known through the intellect. Although this is a broad claim. We know Allah is known first and foremost in the fitrah for the heart and the heart. Otherwise, you have the most intellectual people today and they're atheists they denialists existence

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for Karla Elmo to waiata who were Carl Aquila and Oklahoma and OB arriva

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for officer Khaled anymore if SIR for absolutely no more if saw Hanwha Allahu be a yin of Rama and ofii Kitabi hit us off.

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So knowledge then said to intellect in the book

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Have Allah What does Allah describe himself as an intellectual or as knowing, as all knowing? Is Allah Aleem, or is he Artel?

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Allah does he describe himself as intellectual? Not Allah describes himself as an alien all knowing. So knowledge says to intellect, which one of us is ascribe to Allah as an attribute as a name?

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For Abdullah acha acha Lu en El Moussa Yee hoo hoo. So intellect realize that knowledge is its master.

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For Kabbalah, Clorox tells me one sarafa. So intellect, kissed knowledge on the forehead, and they left the scene, and he left the scene. So the point here, this is something on the side was just the point, that intellect, intellect has only a place in Islam. It has a place. But if you start to create a competition between revelation and that's what knowledge is, knowledge is taken from Revelation. If you start to make a dispute between knowledge or between revelation and intellect, and then you give precedence to intellect over revelation, so you say whatever makes sense to my mind, I'm going to accept it, if it's revelation, but what doesn't make sense to me, it doesn't add

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up to me, I'm going to reject it. That's what I'm what Tesla did. And whoever followed them, whatever branches came out from Wilmore, Tesla, that's their mistake. That's their mistake. This is why they they fill in so many blasphemies, so many problems and issues.

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So in Islam, the upper hand is for revelation. It's for revelation. That's what the meaning of Islam is, you submit?

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You submit. This is why the Scholars say, a deen we it be Muhammad Ali Labby Mahalia to Liverpool. Religion brings things revelation brings things that makes your head spin, right? They're amazing.

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And you might not be able to even sometimes comprehend some of them. But it does not bring about things that are impossible. Things that are impossible. So whatever we find in Revelation, if it's authentic, as in the Quran, and authentic sunnah of the Prophet Salam, and according to the proper understanding of the Arabic language, the meaning is obvious. We are not supposed to depart the obvious meaning vital code, we are not supposed to leave it. We're not supposed it was supposed to take.

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We are supposed to take it.

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So Allah Subhana Allah says methadone Jannetty. Lottie worry that una Tajiri mentality Helen, how awkward ohada Mo was the Loja the example

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of all this similar attitude of Jana, which the believers or the righteous people have been promised? Allah Samantha describes it now Allah gives the description, tangerine mentality hull and hull. Underneath these gardens, there are rivers, rivers that flow. Now you don't have this in this world, by the way. In this world, you don't really have gardens where rivers flow underneath them. That's something specific to Jana.

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That's something specific to Jana, and this is what actually is some of the orientalist. They said, that doesn't make sense. How come God isn't underneath them? There are rivers that flow. Obviously they feel in the same mistake of the martyr Zilla, right? There's trying to understand in this simple mind, what

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is created beyond its capacity. And that's Jen. That's Jana, tangerine metathetical. And her beneath these gardens, rivers flow. And this is the most common description that you find of paradise throughout the Quran, Tangerine Dream and Tatiana and artillerymen Tatia and unhealthily data and another like and sort of the toolbar, you'll find this description there. What is it comes out of it in the Quran, because that's a miracle in its own. That's a miracle and its own, and it's something that is special to paradise. It is special to paradise. underneath it. Beneath it, there are rivers

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that flock and this is specific to Jin, woo her immune wobble Aloha,

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the fruits, the food that you have in Paradise is never ending, never stops. It's never scarce. It's always there. The the supply chain of the food and the fruits and the blessings in Jannah they never stop non stop. It's a continuous providence from Allah subhanaw taala while we look at even its shade is continuous. Its shade is continuous, and is why one of the descriptions the prophets of salaam gave about Jana

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is that it's neither cold nor hot. And the sun though, it will be more like more of like a cloud

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Add cloudy day but it's bright so there's no heat of the sun. And there is no cold of the winter for example, it's it's such a mild and ideal degree

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or kind of atmosphere, where humans is just the perfect atmosphere atmosphere for humans, till karoku Baladi in a workable cafeteria now this will be the end, this will be the abode of Elmo 13, those who have Taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala. Those are righteous, those who are fear Allah subhanaw taala, those who are dutiful to Allah subhanaw taala. That's the end. So whatever goes on whatever goes on in this world, whatever happens to them in this world, that's going to be the end, that will be the end. And this will make them forget whatever happened in this world. And that's the point behind this whole creation is where you end up, where you end up. That's the whole point behind it.

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So what goes on now is temporary. Whatever you go through is pain, sadness, struggles, happiness, joy, all of this is temporary, it's transient, it will end soon it will end. So that's not that's not the whole story. That's not the real story. This is just a small experience. But the criterion is how beautiful and truthful you are to Allah subhanaw taala. And what really matters is the end, as they say in Arabic.

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They say in slang, Arabic, they say, sharp allele heartful

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the smart guy is the one who laughs at the end similar in English, right? Smart Ones laugh at the end, you might be able to get some, you know, get the better of me at this stage. But at the end, you know, I'm going to win. I'll be the one laughing. So what really matters is the end where you end up

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till karoku ballerina Taco Bell Catherine and now, whereas the disbelievers their end will be the hellfire. And you can compare. There's a lot of comparison if you find if you've noticed in the surah Allah makes a lot of comparison and a lot of metaphors, a lot of examples. Then Allah Subhana Allah says to the prophets of salaam wa Lavina attina, whom will kita Biafra one Habima Zita Heerlijk Wamena Zabi Miyun kilo Baba, those to whom we have given the Scripture before

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those that we to whom we have given the Scripture, and that's the Jews and the Christians. The Allah Subhana Allah says, you have for a horned Abbey mountains in a lake. They rejoice upon what was revealed to you upon the Quran, upon the Quran, those are the true believers among the People of the Scripture.

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What do they send me? Oh mountain Xena, he thought was Sunni Tara Yuna Hunter Filomena, Adam Amon Mahara formula. Allah Subhan Allah describes them he says, when these people hear what was revealed to the prophets of Allah and he was salam, you find their eyes tear up because they recognize the truth. They recognize the truth and the

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and the Joshi I don't want to knows the name of the Joshi.

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What's his first name?

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And the Joshy

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what was his first night? As it mentioned in the books of Sierra?

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His name was us, Hannah.

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Us, Hannah.

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Us, Hannah. Okay. His name was Osama. When he heard the Quran from the Muslims specifically from Jaffa Lolly Allahu Anhu. He said

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in the Havel Kalon.

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Yeah, hello jaminan Mozilla the Aucilla we are called human Minelli. Muscat ility

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ketamine her mountain Zita Allah Musa.

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These words

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come from the same source, where Musa Ali Salam received the HIS WORDS received the tour. The Divine these are divine words from Allah subhanaw taala. These are divine words from Allah subhanaw taala. So he recognized them. He recognized them and some narrations in evidence have the settlements have. They mentioned that in the jar, she actually offered the patriarchs around him.

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He offered them he had a close, close meeting. So he called a meeting. And he had with the patriarchs. He said, What if we follow this what if we believe in this, he says is the truth?

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And they refused. They refused. And he himself decided to not to get involved in into this. So he believed in the prophets of Salaam. He believed in his family, he kept it to himself. And he died as a silent, hidden believer. He'd still run the affairs of Abyssinia at the time and habitat at the time, according to what

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According to that version of Christianity, according to that vision of Christianity, but he wasn't Muslim,

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he wasn't Muslim, but he was running it according to the Christian law that was still changed and tampered with. He still run, he still run it run that country by their law, by the law.

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And the Prophet when he died, the Prophet SAW Selim says Liquidmetal, Yama, Abdullah Saleh. Today, a righteous man died.

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So the Prophet of Islam prayed Janessa on him, which is Allah ipsilateral heart Janessa and someone who was absent, died in a different country.

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So the people, the true believers, among the People of the Scripture, when they see the Quran, when they hear the Quran, they recognize it, they feel it. And some there are some contemporary examples from some priests, some pastors and so on and so forth. When they hear the Quran somehow it resonates with them.

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They recognize they recognize that even though they don't understand Arabic, some of them when they hear that, it just resonates somehow they recognize it.

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And some some, some of them do actually recite the Quran in Arabic, to some pastors. And when they heard that

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they were touched by it, so that they asked him, Where do you think that that that comes from? They say that definitely comes from God. They don't understand Arabic, but somehow they felt it. They recognized it because these are divine words. These are the words of Allah subhanaw taala. So the People of the Scripture who are true believers, they rejoice. They're happy when they come across what the prophets of salaam came with. This is why I'm the Lagna salaam, and he was Hebron. Medina, he was the main scholar, the main

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you'd say

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what do the Jews call the rabbi? Yeah, he was like the chief or the main rabbi and scholar among the Jews.

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So when he heard the Quran, he realized that was the truth. He knew it was the truth from Allah subhanaw taala. So he's recognizing and he believed in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he came and asked some questions, the professor answered his questions. And he, he believed, so people have the book truly who believe in Allah subhanaw taala. When upon hearing the Quran in Singapore, and they recognize it, and they are happy with it.

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So this way they are they are happy and they rejoice Wamena Zabi mejor que lo Baba. But some groups, some factions, some denominations, they deny, or they live in denial of the Quran, all of it or some of it.

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And not only people with the book, but even others as well. And this is why as we said the Quran resonates with the fatwa. And if people approach it with neutrality, they would recognize it. People would recognize it, the Quran is enough to awaken people. It's enough to awaken people, but people don't allow the Quran to go in. So they approach it with some kind of a prejudgment. Some kind of preconditioning that blocks their minds. But if people open up to the Quran and we touch their hearts, it would remind them of something they know daily, and the stories are abundant about people who have come to Islam in these days. They will tell you when I read the Quran I just felt that I

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know this already. I know this, I can feel this. I can relate to this. It resonates with me. It answers my questions. These are common statements that you hear from people. So that's the power of the Quran because it resonates with the fatwa it speaks the footrot itself.

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So but so anyone who comes across Islam and they refuse it they have done something to refuse it it's not like that's not the default state that you come across Islam, then okay you reject it or you deny it that's not the default state people have to do something to refuse the truth is not the natural state that's not the default state of people. Wamena Zabi

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Mei Yong Jo Baba

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then Allah subhanaw taala says to the prophet of some addressing him well in well in nama omitted to an Abu Allah Allah actually carry in a I don't know what led him up, say to them because what what's upon you is to convey the message Mariga was really in Del Bella the messenger is obligation of the messenger is to convey the message. But Allah wanted the system will in nama Omitsu and I would Allah Allah, Allah should tell them I was commanded to worship Allah and another associate partners with him. So I've conveyed the message. You choose whatever you want, you choose whatever you want for me. I was commanded to worship Allah alone and not associate partners with him and that's what

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I'm gonna do, regardless of your response.

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In a row led him up to him I will call Unto Allah I will return that's the story of my life.

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And this is why

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people get it. People will give advice people who, you know work in the field of data that should keep this in mind that it's not personal. When people reject Islam, it's not personal. Even if they make it personal, that's their problem.

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What people reject is the truth if they don't take the advice if they don't, this will last much longer says to the province of Santa Fe, normally you will get the bonus or lacking the Ballymena big lie, don't they? It's not a personal rejection that they disbelieve in you. But they are denying Allah silence Allah's clear signs.

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So the prophets of Salaam is supposed to say to them to Allah that I call Unto Allah I will return and

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and returning to Allah is two types. As Liam says in my daddy Sally Keane, he says

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you're going to return to Allah in your body and your soul upon death.

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That's one return to Allah. But he says you can return to Allah earlier during your life.

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When you decide to worship Allah, when you decide to obey Allah.

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That's second type. And this way he says, he says

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little more mini

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Illa Hello, j tan, old button.

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Old button. Hello mot. So the believer has two incidents or two types of returning to Allah. One is at the time of death.

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And that's every one returns to Allah. Every believer has a second type of returning. We're on our own but when it Allah hell hayati fail God, Hebrew

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and the other return to Allah. The believer chooses that during his life, so he gives his heart to Allah. He gives his heart to Allah so you will tell if you return to Allah before your body returns to Allah before your soul returns to Allah. That's when you make it to paradise. That's when you make it to paradise.

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Then Allah Subhana Allah says waka Daddy can Zina Hoekman Halabi What are in it Tabata Hua home by the merger I came in the man who came in Allah him in what did you what Allah? What can that he can and such. And Zina Hoekman Allah be here we have sent it

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the Quran as show come in Arabic. How can What does it mean? It has two main meanings. First, it has rulings. It has the law. It has rulings guidance do don't do. Right. Wrong. Good, evil, truth falsehood. That's Hong Kong. So it makes judgments and rulings that's hokum. Another meaning of Hong Kong is that it's very well, as we said, Very well put very well put Kitab one or came at a year or two we mentioned that previously came at the it's verses have been well, net. Well, net, okay. So that's what means the Quran is willnot means it's compatible. It's consistent. There's no contradiction. There's no mistakes in it. There is no loopholes in it. There are no weaknesses in

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it. It's consistent. It's make it makes full sense. It's coherent. There's no contradiction or discrepancy within it. So it's very well nets by Allah subhanaw taala. So, this is why we can allocate funds and now we have sent it down we have revealed it as hokum. So it has these two meanings, rulings and also well net out OB Yeah, in Arabic. So the Quran is in Arabic. The Quran is in Arabic, Allah Subhan. Allah describes the Quran and Arabic generator or the a wedge,

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a book that's in Arabic, and straight Arabic has no crookedness about it has no mistakes about it. It's impure, straight, Arabic, pure straight Arabic. And the only way to understand the Quran is to go back to the pure Arabic and that's the Arabic of the Arabs at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam which is

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flip up, alpha double Muhammad, the Arabs at the time of the Prophet SAW Salem, specifically Quraysh that's the language Arabic language that we have to go back to when we try to understand the Quran and hamdulillah it's been preserved. It's been preserved through different sciences first, through Arabic, or what we call a lexicons or dictionaries, likely sanel Allah is one of the probably most

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available and the most quoted,

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dictionaries in the Arabic language, I think we have it yet. Yes, this red one behind me is an arrow, that's a copy of it. And also it's been preserved through other sciences like alumina, Quran. Also, it's been preserved through solid

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principles of faith. And it's been preserved as well, even in Arabic literature, poetry, poetry, Arab poetry has been preserved. So how you use the language how we use this word, which was the words words you used together? What does this mean in that context, there's a whole rich

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heritage among the Arabs that is used that the scholars use and refer to and benefit from when they try to understand the words and the Quran or even the Hadith of the Prophet salallahu Salam so that the Quran cannot be interpreted in different languages, even some of the modern dialects of the Arabic language, they have swept in certain areas they have swept from the pure Arabic language. So they use they have new meanings to the same words sometimes, or they have divergent kind of meanings, different shadows of meaning. These aren't these do not apply to the Quran. These do not apply to the Quran. Let me give you an example. We have people who speak Arabic here right

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now people who speak Arabic

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Okay, so Allah Subhana Allah says, when he mentioned is the story of Musa alayhis salam one that still can be sort of Tahoma tin can be me Anika yeah Musa. And what is this in your right hand or Musa? Carla here are saya at work Alia he said it's my rod. I lean on it I depend on it as a walk

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caller here to work co Alia what a who shall we Hi Ella run me a who should be here that I'm not gonna interpret this because I need to check those who speak Arabic what is the meaning oh shoot we have an enemy

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or who should we have so I guide my sheep through it right you see shepherds

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right or whatever they do okay to guide the sheep in certain types or certain certain directions and they have different words right each word something means stop something means move something means right left etcetera they have I don't know about that. But anyway

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who hasn't from meaning what or who should be here I love anime

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I will shoot me

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Okay, Arabs of the old time how should we hire Alana me they would not give you this meaning they will not say use it to guide the sheep who should be here. And that would be if it were of the meaning was or if the meaning were

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guiding my sheep. What uh, who should be have on me? Well, who should be her economy? Whereas a who should be her enemy? Who should I love anime using Allah, this proposition either on it means with his stick. Because the stick usually has a curved end crooked end. He would hold the branches, tree branches and pull them down.

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Pull them down for the shift to be able to reach them. That's what a horseshoe either not A horseshoe B. Oh, sure. Okay, so that's an example of how words slowly get their meanings start to change. Even English just giving, giving a simple, simple word. Do you know the word magazine? The word magazine in English we know we all know what a magazine is. Right? Although with this online world, they are disappearing magazines, right? Do you know where magazine comes from?

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It's an Arabic word who said yeah, it's an it's an Arabic word. That word magazine comes from Arabic. And if you go to, for example, Webster Merriam Merriam Webster's Dictionary, or you go to some of the dictionaries that talk about the history of the word you're gonna see it comes from Arabic.

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And it comes from Arabic. The word in Arabic is my cousin.

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My cousin, my cousin man, magazine, okay. So, what is my cousin mean? Stores, stores, stores.

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So, the word the Arabic word was first taken into stores meaning storage houses, you have storage house, so they call them Makka Mahajan, home magazine magazine. Slowly, slowly, and then they started using them, too.

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Paper and books that contain that store information.

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Words keep changing and meaning words keep changing the same in all languages. So, I cannot today use my dialect, my regional, local dialect and try to interpret the Quran with it, maybe some, a lot of the words are still have the same meaning, but you will have a considerable amount of words that actually their meanings have changed even slightly. And when you add up a number of words this might take you completely off track. So we understand the Quran in its pure Arabic language. Then Allah Subhana Allah says to the prophets of salaam were in Tibet to our home back the manager recommended me Malik I mean aligning what do you want to work? Allah Subhana Allah says to the prophets of

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Salaam, if you were,

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if you were to follow their desires of these people who disbelieve after the knowledge has come to you, then you would have no support and or help from Allah and no protector to protect you from the punishment of Allah Subhana Allah.

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Then Allah Subhan Allah says Allah subhanahu suderman communicate with you and Allah home, as well as in with RIA because one of the objections the people who rejected Iman were rejected Islam. One of the, the rationalizations or their excuses was, why would Allah send the human being? Why does it Allah send an Angel? What is it Allah send an angel or Lola? Anjali Hema luck.

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We'll call hula hula on Xena Elohim electron, why didn't Allah send an Angel with him? Why didn't Allah send an Angel with him and in other parts of the Quran?

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lotia Hola. Hola, unzila mana kitten Maxim and Abby yada, yada in a wedding. So let's move on.

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If Allah wanted to send somebody he would send angels Why would he send human beings? Right? That was one of their excuses why they rejected faith. They said, No, Allah should have sent angels.

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So Allah Subhana Allah is giving an answer to the Prophet SAW salami says, We have sent messengers before you previously and they were human beings. And not only this, they had spouses, they had wives, and they have children. So they were human beings. They were human beings and as a source of the world we're called Romani had a lawsuit here called bomb I am Schiphol as work, Lola Maddock. They're like some of the people who have courage what they said, they said, Why is this messenger? What is he going to the market? What does he have to buy in eats? What does he eat what it is to consume food? Why? So all these are a baseless, rationalizations. baseless rationalizations, Allah

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sent to humans the best messengers he could, that could ever be sent. And that's from amongst themselves. This is what I lost my data. He actually mentioned his blessings. He says, He will have the birth of Amelia Rasulullah Minh, whom he's the one who sent among the illiterate A messenger from amongst themselves in other places of the Quran, Minh and foresee him, Allah sent from your own your own people, your own creation, and messengers from amongst yourselves. Because that's more that's more likely that you would follow them and you would learn from them and benefit from them. So Allah Samantha has saved through the process, and we have sent previously messengers, and they

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all had spouses, and they had offspring, their children. So there's nothing wrong about this. And this has always been the norm.

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One that I cannot rely solely on and yet to be a it's an elaborate evening law here equally arginine kitab. And it was never the right of a messenger to come up with a sign or a miracle from himself from himself. You cannot invent something because you desperately want them to believe you cannot come up with something say that's a miracle.

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Allah gives miracles when whatever he wants, whenever he wishes, that's for Allah. And here Allah is responding to the questions that are mentioned in the Surah. Earlier two times in the solar. Allah mentioned the kuffar saying Wirkkala Latina kapha, hula hula on Xena and he I tomorrow? And they said, Why did not Allah send a sign or a miracle with him? Why? So Allah is responding here Allah is saying, no messenger would come up with a sign or a miracle except from Allah Spanish Allah when Allah is only by the permission of Allah equally agilan kita everything has a has an appointed time. Allah has set a time for everything. And we said we live in a universe where there are no mistakes.

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There is no coincidences. There's no random things happening here. There's no chances. Everything has been calculated everything it's time has been set and it's only going to happen that set time last one that it says in solid

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when somebody hits Malbec, Allah Allah the officer will

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of the Adara fadda, Allah decreed everything that was going to happen, then he guided the creation to their decrees, to the decree that he had already designed for them. So we are all guided, we are all moving towards what Allah has Allah, Allah wrote for us previously, we're all moving towards our other, we all moving towards our mother. So Allah is saying here, everything has an appointed time and is going to come in it's time. Nothing's going to come before or after, everything happens. It doesn't happen before. It's time it doesn't happen after it's time, everything is going to take place. At its on its appointed time as Allah subhanaw taala designed it prior to the creation of

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Allah who may Usher or be to wind the whole multitap this has to do with this verse has to do with color

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this needs an explanation

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Allah subhanaw taala says the literal meaning of the verse, Allah wipes, whatever he wants, and affirms wherever he wants, or Allah changes whatever he wants, and Allah keeps whatever he wants.

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We're in the womb. multimeter and the mother of all books is with Allah. What is the mother of all books?

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Aloha, my fourth, the preserve tablets where everything is written. And as we said, that's the first that's been for the creation. Just when Allah the first thing Allah created was the pen that Allah set to it up to our OMA Haluk Allahu Allah column for Allah said to the pen, right? For Katha mama who can only lay on the piano. So it wrote everything that was going to happen that was destined to happen till the Day of Judgment, everything, it was written there. So that's all Kitab that's the mother of the book, whatever is written, there is going to become a reality, it's going to become a reality. Now there is something and most likely isn't a little further, a little further.

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Everything that's been designed for the upcoming year,

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is brought down from Allahumma fourth, to the nearest heaven in a summer in dunya.

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In a somatic dunya.

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And that's the meaning of the verse fee how you Frogmore Kulu Amarin Hakeem, in this night, a lot talks about this is it fear you Franco Kulu, I'm going in Hakim in that night, everything, everything, every decision by Allah Subhana Allah that was distant, it's going to be set down for that year for the upcoming year. So the the Dar, or the all the all, everything that's destined to happen in the upcoming year will be sent down to the lowest heaven. So the angels, some of the angels will have access to it, some of the angels will have access to it. Now there is something that happens in that

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in what is sent down

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some and in how it appears to the angels in how it appears to the angels. So the angels would see something in that book that was meant to happen, then they would see it has been changed, removed and something else was put in its place.

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Something else put in its place. That's how the angels see some of the things in the things that are destined for the upcoming year. And that's what Allah Subhan Allah is talking about.

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In again, the whatever is destined to happen in the upcoming year is brought from a local level and is put on the nearest heaven summer a duniya, the nearest heaven, some of the angels have access to some parts of it. So some of the angels would see something and then later on that would be changed.

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That would be changed.

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Who changes it Allah subhanaw taala the angels don't know how they don't know how.

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But even this change is written in a local math, and that's what Allah so Allah says, Allah changes, whatever he wishes and keeps whatever he wishes and with him is the mother of the book is the mother of the book. And this explains something very important that Addison and I believe in about Allah Allah.

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Now the scholars have disagreed about the Cabal padar. They're talking pretty much about the same thing. But there is a specific and exclusive meaning of Aqaba, and exclusive meaning of a paddock and the scholars have actually

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taken opposite stances, some of them

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See, other means this a lot means this, some of them has exactly the opposite. But no problem. I'm going to take one of them. Now just to explain it, we have an adult, and we have a bar.

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I'll cut down. Okay, that's the final decision.

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This never changes. This is what's actually going to happen, oh, other. This is what's going to happen. It's written in the low end, my fourth, and it's going to be sent down and it will be kept and it will happen as it is. But we have about Ebola is what the angels get to see. Some of the angels get to see in that portion of the upcoming year that is sent down. So they see that they see that and this is where changes could happen.

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This is watching what changes could happen based on what the angels see that said, but Allah knows that everything is going to happen like this. And this explains a very important thing the prophets of a sudden for example, says La YOLO. Allah.

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The Prophet of Islam says, Nothing

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repels nothing changes Allah except dua.

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So two changes Kabbalah it doesn't change other further is written is not going to change, but it changes the Kabbalah. Why is the Kabbalah because of the conduct this is how the angels know it, how they see it, but they don't know what's going to change but Allah knows.

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But that's a process that Allah allows to happen. As process Allah Allah is another Hadith the Prophet SAW Selim says in a DUA, welcome aboard Elia tele journey being a summary when

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the Prophet says, between the heavens and the earth do is coming up, Baba is going down. They fight between the heavens and the earth, whichever is stronger, will be the other.

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This authentic hadith from the prophets of Salaam, but the other never changes. And that's how the scholars explained a lot of the Hadith

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that seem to change things that are destined to be said. But that doesn't change but Kabbalah changes. For example, the Prophet SAW Selim says, Men.

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And Eunice la houfy agilely. Well, I kind of hope for you is to hear for yourself what

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the Prophet saw Simon says Whoever wishes or loves, for his lifetime to be expanded.

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But, but when all lifetime is set, right, but Allah the person was talking about about here, he's not talking about the final one, he's talking about what seems to be to some angels.

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So there is something written then changed.

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There's something that isn't but changed, there are things that are written and never changed. But even that change that happens is part of this process is part of the process. So the process and says Whoever wishes for his lifetime to be expanded, and for His provision for his risk to be increased, let him connect the relationships of the wombs stay connected to your relatives, parents, siblings,

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cousins, relatives, and so on. And so and and offspring and so on and so forth.

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So this kind of said, How come something you do changes your provision and changes your lifetime? They say this is about that changes and this is what Allah Subhana Allah talks about things that are changed, but there are things and everything is designed by Allah subhanaw taala is this point clear?

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And this is why for example, you have deviant sects. They went wrong with this, for example, the Shia

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they actually they have something they call a Raja.

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There's something there's something for them they call a Raja Raja Leela here. They say Allah, or Altavilla this word actually heard was blasphemy. I was covering it. They say Allah subhanaw taala makes

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up a doll.

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Allah was destined for something. Then later on Allah subhanaw taala changes his mind a little bit. He sees that his first decision wasn't optimal or wasn't good. So he changes it. Our older biller we say This is blasphemy is blasphemy. When we say Allah writes everything, and as we said, as it appears to some angels, Allah subhanaw taala put certain things then He changes them. But Allah wrote that change

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in the old Kitab in the in the preserve tablet, originally Allah wrote everything that was going to happen even that change, even that change was very important to keep this in mind.

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What Eman Rijn Nakaba Valentina whom I wanna tell affair Nikita in Nama and Ecole but actually in and he said, when Allah Subhan Allah says to the prophets of Salaam, and whether we show you what we promised them, which is the punishment if they disbelieve, there'll be punishment. So whether we make you live

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Have to see their punishment, or whether we take your soul before that whether we cause you to die before that.

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Basically, in a sense Allah saying, Don't worry about this, this is up to us. This is our thing. For in nama la calle Bella, what's upon you is to convey the message, convey the message. You don't have to wait for the punishment to see it. You don't have to wait for their guidance. You don't have to wait for anything else. Now, basically,

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what you have to do all Mohamed is convey the message, who believes who disbelieves When do they believe will they be punished? Whatever happens to them, that's none of your business. That's Allah's think,

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in the Malaika Bunnahabhain. And he said, holding people to account holding people responsible for what they do. That only belongs to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and this is why we Muslims, we should not judge people.

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We should not judge people.

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We're not supposed to judge people. And if you see someone doing something bad.

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Okay, let Allah subhanaw taala handle them through his wisdom, don't say Oh, May Allah destroy him metal, because some people sometimes and I mentioned this previously, some people make open challenges, they say if there is God, let him show Himself to me, Let him prove, let him kill me, let him take my soul now. Right. And sometimes out of like, good intention was he wished this person dies now wish this person dies, right? But Allah knows better. Allah knows, but Allah might keep that person,

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keep them alive. And we Muslims wish.

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Just prove him prove them wrong, you know,

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Allah knows, but Allah might keep that person for reasons he knows best reasons he knows best.

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So what upon you or Muhammad is convey the message without the outcomes, or whatever happens how people are held to account that's for Allah subhanaw taala I will Amuro Annette in urban and also her Minato Rafi, hola, hola, como la ma, they will hook me well was the river.

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This verse has been abused,

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has been abused a lot.

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There is multiple meanings has been like this has been explained by the scholars of difficile. Now, the literal meanings that haven't be seen that

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with this earth, we cause it to shrink, or this land, we cause it to shrink from its sides. This is a it's not an easy meaning to deal with. It's not an easy meaning to deal with. So some people tried to use this as a scientific miracle in the Quran, that it says this about that about the Earth and so on and so forth. But I don't want to go there. And because there might be a lot of issues with that. But some of the

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what, actually a good number of them, firstly, and what they said about this is that, don't they see that we cause the lands of disbelief, the lands of gopher to get smaller and smaller, where a man grows bigger and bigger? A lot of them have a screen. That's what they said. And it's not that it conclusive, but that's one of the most commonly quoted explanations of this, don't they see? Don't they see that this for this the pieces of land that disbelieve in Allah we make them will keep making them smaller and smaller by Eman, gaining more grounds, gaining more lands. That's actually true. It is actually true. And we know from the Hadith of the prophets of Allah you Salam, for

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example, he says in the law has only allowed for eight or more Sharia kahawa Mareeba. For at Masaryk, or in America on mateesah. You say blue Mizzou le minha.

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Allah Spandana folded up the earth for me so I could see the east and the west of it.

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And he said, and the dominion and the control of my ummah, will reach whatever was revealed to me of it, so that means it will cover the earth. So that's the basic meaning of the verse and this I would say, probably the safest explanation of this verse, Then Allah Who qumola more actively helped me and Allah Who makes judgments, in religion, in terms of religion, and it's also Allah makes judgments with regards to what happens everything happens by the permission of Allah. Everything happens by the word of Allah subhanho wa taala. And when Allah makes a judgment, no one can undo it. No one can change it. No one can challenge it. If Allah wants something to happen is going to happen

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regardless. What Allahu hollyburn Allah Emery, he and Allah subhanaw taala He has power and mighty to make his word come true.

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Make his word come true. This is why when Allah writes for something to happen, no one can stop it. No one can stop it if something is written

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It's gonna happen

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while we

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believe me like, they really hooked me when I was real. And Allah is very swift in accounts,

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in accounts, so that means Allah.

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Allah keeps everything in his knowledge, he knows everything. And when he wants to settle accounts, Allah can do this swiftly. Allah can do this swiftly. But on the day of judgment, the account and Allah holds people to account, Allah will make the account of some people take longer. Why? For his wisdom, for his wisdom, so this is why there will be people who will spend such a long time in their account not because Allah is making it slower, or a lot cannot make it faster. But Allah wants them to go through this process. And it's a reminder for us that everything you do you will be questioned about, it will be asked about soon to be ready. Whereas the believers, Allah will make their

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accounts Swift. But those who make poor choices in this life, Allah will make their account Allah will make it drag for long. Why? Because it's very painful, very painful and difficult and some narrations from the prophets of Salaam. They would say that a person will stand before Allah, and this the face, the skin of their face will melt down out of their shyness

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because Allah will ask them about this did you do what did you do with this? Why did you do this? Out of shyness and embarrassment, the skin of the face would melt down.

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That's part of the haisa that Allah says methodology and I mean probably Him for allah and mackerel, Jimmy.

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Previous people, previous nations who have challenged the truth denied faith and refused to believe in Allah subhanaw taala. They have plotted,

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they had their plotting they had their conspiracies, they had their plans, and they tried everything. But Allah was fairly law Hill macro Jamia for Allah He Micajah plotting

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is, leave it for Allah. These people are plotting against Allah. They can't match the plotting of Allah subhanho wa taala. And this you know, this description of Allah this attribute of Allah and Merkel is what we call an Arabic SIFAT or Arbella CIFAR to Elmo Cabela. That these are attributes of Allah or actions of Allah that are done in response, in response, so you will not find Allah Subhana Allah describing himself that Allah does Mecca just like this initiates or Allah does plotting not Allah on the mentions his plotting in response to the plotting of the evil people, because you can only repel on you can only counter

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plotting by plotting.

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So these are called see Fattal mokaba The attributes of Allah that are about response, about response in response to these people fill in their head, McRel Jimmy Allah to Allah belongs, all plotting, Allah is in charge of all this, Allah controls all of this and Allah can handle all of this. Yeah, LM O Matic, Cebu. colinas. Allah knows what each soul will every every person earns. Not only wealth, but actions, whatever you do, because whatever you do, is either for you or against you. So Allah knows all of that Allah is aware of all of this, he keeps track of all of this, and nothing takes his attention away from anything. But Allah subhanaw taala was there alone will

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kuffaar Or even Akbar and those who disbelieve that you shall see, they will, they shall know for sure, who will get the best and who will get the best, and which is paradise.

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Were already in our Cafaro less than most.

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And those who disbelieve they say you are not a messenger, you will not sent by Allah. And that's their claim. Obviously, they give money as we said justifications and excuses for that. Allah should have sent an angel. Why didn't Allah send one of the richest people among us the most normal people among us? Why does he send a poor person like Muhammad? Or why does he send a messenger that has spouses and then eats and drinks and and deals with business like he sells them buys? Why does he sell to someone like this? He should send someone who is free from all of these things.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says he instructs the prophets of salaam as to how to respond to these objections. Polka Fabula he Shahidan be anyone

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say Allah is enough philosopher ficient as a witness between you and me.

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And this is not just a word that we see. Why is Allah sufficient as a witness? Because Allah has put enough recognition of the truth in the hearts of everyone.

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That that's what the witness is. So Allah is enough as a witness between you and me. Allah knows that I am the messenger of Allah has even put that in your hearts pa

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Have you knows it but you live in denial of it

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will give every lay shade and being a ouabain woman in the whole milk is not only Allah is my witness, but even the people who have knowledge of the Scripture. They are a witness between you and me. And that's not all the people of the Scripture, the believing ones among them, the truthful believing ones, among them. There's what Allah in the Quran, he says to the prophets of Allah Most element

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was Salman salah, Kamala Murrow Selena and ask messengers that we sent before you and Amendola Rahmani Ariadne. Did we make or did we

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make any gods that are worshipped besides Allah subhanaw taala

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other places a lot of ones Allah says that the prophet has asked the people of the Book ask the people in the scripture that's not asking something you don't know but ask them to testify to witness of what they know in their

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in their scripture

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just one verse went through my mind and will make sure that I caught it

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right

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Okay, so anyway later on

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so the surah Now we've reached the end of the solar,

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you can find solid, you can see that solar to ride is all about establishing the right of Allah subhanaw taala to be worshipped, the right of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada to be worshipped. And it builds this on the argument, the main argument that runs throughout the surah is that Allah is the Creator of everything of this whole universe. Allah is the only one who provides Allah is the only one who can help was the only one who's in control. Allah is the only one who has power and might over the creation. So the logical conclusion of this you should turn to Him in worship, you stand in need of Allah, not anyone else, not anyone else. So because of that need, and because of what Allah has

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given you, you should turn back to him. That's it. Pretty simple, straightforward. Logic. And then it draws the attention to whatever we have in the universe, the creation, it talks about the creation, all of this, all of that all of this, all of that, because sometimes people get stuck in an intellectual argument, and they don't see it. They say they live in denial of it. So it becomes Moreover,

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it becomes more personal, they don't see your point. So Allah subhanaw taala gives an escape out of that trap, which is look around you look at all of this creation, look at the heavens, look at the earth, Allah, Allah subhanaw taala has given you because all of this, what about this whole creation? Where does it come from? Usually, the logical conclusion is this has been designed, it says there is there is intelligence behind it, and so on and so forth. So it's Allah subhanaw taala. So if Allah is there,

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and he created you, you should turn to Him in worship and we said, the essence of worship is about love is about loving Allah subhanaw taala so you live your life in love Allah, Nick it back to him. From him, you came unto him, you return. So that's what this whole surah is actually about consistently. And it has different approaches to the same point I personally find sort of the light one of the most profound sources in terms of arguments is very powerful. It's very

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powerful. So these are the comments that I wanted to make about Swalot

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about sort of light so if you have any questions at Sharla we can deal with them

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start with any anything relevant

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No.

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Can we say okay they plot and Allah plots can we say the plotting of Allah is an adult. It's not a mother. It's from al Qaeda watchmen aspect of al Qaeda in the sense when Allah subhanaw taala wrote down everything

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It's perfectly designed, it's perfectly designed. And part of it is the fact when these people plot Allah has already has already given the answer to that already given the counter the counter plotting towards that even before they plotted and that's that that shows the power of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Obviously, obviously, so it is one aspect of the other. One side of the other is that Allah is the best of because plotting is some type of planning sometime and we'll see how that is planning. So, as not only planning is planning and making sure that this plan happens, which is the mind and the power of Allah subhanaw taala. But

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plotting is a specific type of planning that is made in response to some kind of conspiracy, some kind of plotting, so in that sense, yes, but can we say

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a macro who will admit that they are equal? No, but it's just one aspect of it. One side of it? Yes. Yeah. Yeah.

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Yeah. Questions?

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Total.

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Now,

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yes, yes, I didn't mention this.

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What we have is a NASA Coleman. So the word some there are some verses in the Quran and Hadith and some rulings in Islam that have been abrogated, abrogated, for example,

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alcohol or intoxicants, and the beginning of Islam. They were left open. They were Halon people could consume them. Muslims could consume them. There's a famous story of Hamza Ali probably Allahu Anna

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It was mentioned that I think it was

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yeah, I'm just thinking who was giving them I think it was NSMB nomadic. So they gathered in one of the houses of Alonso's Hamza will be alone. And I think it was an awesome numeric if I'm not mistaken. He was pouring the alcohol for them. So the companions were sitting in that house, one of the unsolved and they were drinking alcohol

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so imagine the competitive the process of them getting drunk together, right.

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So Hamza, that was the time anybody ever thought it was getting married to faulty model the Alana getting, trying to get married to automatically allow Anna. So he went to the prom Salem. And I don't even know we thought it was very shy, to ask for foreigner. So he goes to the Prophet salallahu Salam,

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then the process on him looks at him. And even on the columns, they're sitting with the proximal his silence. So the Prophet SAW Selim says, and because you

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have something like in mind, you want to say something? He remains silent. Then problem says the

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label file name.

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Maybe you've come to ask for father man marriage.

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So I didn't know what that was. He says yes, indeed. He was too shy to initiate a proposal.

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The prophets of salaam says man, what do you have?

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As Mr. Tsuda? What do you have?

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Is is almost empty of Allah I have. I have nothing. I have nothing to offer her.

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The prophets of salaam says MEF. Allah did one that I took a year like I've given you an armor for the

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for the military and armor, proper physical armor. I've given you that from better. And the Muslim asked him about his share from veterans. Well, he had a camel and the bras, I'm giving him a camel for himself as well. He said what are these?

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said, Well, I have them but of course, I'm serious enough. So I don't even know we thought it takes his camel and he wants to sell some of the stuff he has get himself ready for the wedding. So he leaves his two camels by one of the shops have the answer and he goes to do some business. He comes back at a horrific scene.

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horrific scene the scene was he sees his two camels have been slaughtered and cut into pieces

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cut into pieces and their intestine is out that have been gutted.

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So he starts aluminum foil and starts crying. And he was young at the time. He was like he was a teenager. He starts crying, like tears, proper tears.

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And he says who's done this? He said it was Hamza

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Hamza his uncle,

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as readers do.

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So he goes to the Prophet SAW sentiment and very sad state. President sees him he says what happened is also Hamza

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Hamza killed my camels.

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So the prophets of salaam stands up and he goes and he asked was Hamza they say it's in the house of this companion. So the companions were sitting together, and they were drunk. So the Prophet SAW Selim, he enters the house seeks permission goes into the house, and he says Hamza, why did you do this? Why did you do this? Hamza was sitting and he looks at the province and some dinner, she says, he looks at the problem from head to toe. He was drunk. And someone's drunk, there's no mind, right? So he looks at the problem and says, Man, Tom, will I be Domina ebdb. He says to the prophets of Salaam, and Ali, leave now with all of you just slaves, some of the slaves of my dad

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because I'm really there's no point now speaking with someone in that state. So the person leaves anyway. So that happened.

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That happened among the companies, so hammer or alcohol and toxicants were made Helen. But then this was abrogated, abrogated was made haram, later on, it was made Helen so there are things that are known among the scholars, there is unethical mischief. So Allah makes something as the ruling that Allah spent Allah changes. For example, the Prophet SAW Selim at the beginning, he prohibited Muslims from visiting graveyards for no reason, if you're not going to bury someone, don't go and visit cemeteries. Don't visit cemeteries. So there was a command from Allah subhanaw taala. The person doesn't do anything from anything from himself. Then later on the this was abrogated, and

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there was a new ruling that actually go

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control the hate to commands the Arthur COBOL LF was first what will happen to the kilchoman era i had i prohibited you in the past from visiting graveyards. Now I'm telling you go and visit them because they remind you of the hereafter. So this is an abrogation. But anyway, there are some technical issues with abrogation sometimes it's not full obligations is partial abrogation and so on and so forth. But it falls under the verse Yes. Yum Hello, Masha will you be to wine the whole multitap Allah subhanaw taala changes whatever he wants, and he keeps whatever he wants. And this is why for example, the verse will be there but then the item McCanna Ayrton

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Allahu Allah will be marionettes, zero Carlu in nama antem of Terran because the prophets of Salaam, some of the disbelievers so the some of the rulings in Islam changed. They said when you change things, like oh, you're just making up stuff.

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But that's from Allah subhanho wa taala. So yes.

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So what we say,

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Allahu, well, if that's your to Allah, who

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will emerald Kony will I'm going to share me

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just to put this in English, changing and keeping things as they are has to do with the word of Allah that has to do with the creation,

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which is a model and has also to do with the legislation which is abrogation. Okay, just abrogation, other forms as well of it.

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As this

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man's the men and women aid anonymously and actively hiring men in her own method. Yes.

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No, she has no idea on the Quran here.

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A lot of the professors and they have an issue with this kind of deficit.

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Managed supplement diet and owners, you can actually be clear in minha admittedly, there is no sign that we abrogate or change or cause to be forget forgotten, except that we bring

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something similar or something better. So with the Quran, they say it's not because even the issue of national Quran

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there is an issue Imam Shafi spoke about this, that well, there is a debate about is there anything other Quran abrogated, even in wordings? Okay. But sign Buhari says yes, Seaman Buhari and so here shows that's actually there, but we don't want to get into this issue could be complicated for a lot of people.

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Yes,

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yes, yes. Yes. And this first falls in this context anyway, it was mentioned in the same context, which is changing the color. Yeah. Let's keep it that.

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Questions

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to comprehend the unseen Yes.

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Since also

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understanding also cannot comprehend

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some of the same issues yes, some of the Cineworld LMS shahada, there are things that the mind feels to comprehend and appreciate. That's true. But for the a lot of the things around us is the mind can comprehend to a certain level. It's still limited. It is still limited. Yes.

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Yeah.

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The mother of

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the mother of books, yes. Yeah.

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Is it like the weekend as a kind of like,

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the condition that when you make the decision happens when you make this happen? It's like a conditional way like the computer programming.

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Yes, all of this is written, all the changes are written in the local method. So everything that was going to happen is written in law had before. But as we said, what goes down every year for the upcoming year? Okay, as the angels have access to this to it is going to change

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the course

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so

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as well, let's keep this there because speaking about paddling changes sometimes can get complicated if you keep it as simple as that it's easy to comprehend it.

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Any more questions?

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People would ask

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is that a point point?

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Oh?

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Second one, yes. So when Allah, wherever you find in the Quran that Allah says, I'm gonna ask the people of the book, or ask the previous people previous scriptures is referring to those who have believed in your message.

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Those who have believed in your message so they have knowledge of the scripture, and they have believed in your message that's, that's the only meaning of it and ask them is just

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not to give the prophesied unbelief, but just to repel doubt for some people.

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The scriptures

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for

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walks which have undergone changes and what happens if they're not

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as electronic as these people who are leaving the authentic revolution.

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Okay, that's a good question. Let me

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wrap it up. And for even for people who are watching,

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when Ullswater assisted the process, and I've asked people of the Scripture, and that happens a few times of Quran, we said it means people who have knowledge of the previous scriptures, and they believed in Islam, because these are the only ones who remain true to their Scripture because one those who refuse to believe in the prophets of Salaam, they went against this scripture. Talking still at the time of the prophets of Salaam, some changes happen to the Scripture, but a lot of the remains of the truth are still there specifically about the prophets Allah Lawson brought about Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu he was in and looking at what the Quran says the context that the

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Prophet SAW Salem the Allah's mantra says, what he talks about SLE salaam yet Washingtonville Sunni yet even by this Mohammed and a lot of the historical historic accounts from the Arabs who read the the scriptures, they confirm that the Prophet SAW Selim was there in his name.

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His name Amanda was there written clearly, clearly seems still at the time of the Prophet SAW Salem, a lot of the scriptures or authentic parts of the Scripture, were still there. Were still there. And even today, like the what we have,

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what Muslim historians believe about the Bible about the Torah and so on and so forth. It's not completely changed. It's not the whole body that has changed. They say there's a possibility that even 5060 70% are still there of the author.

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dictating, or what you have to do is small changes and you will twist the whole thing. Okay, so, it seems that the time of the Prophet SAW Selim, at that time, a lot of the indications, and the

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and all of the indicators of the prophets or Saddam's prophethood were actually still there and they were obvious. And the accounts in the Sierra that

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the that actually the, the the Jews who lived in Medina, they recognize the problem straight away. They recognize him they knew that he is the one who was mentioned in their books. Even some of the Jews were called Mohammed

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in Medina, some of the Jews because they felt they said that was the time for that messenger the final messenger to be sent. So they named some of the children Mohammed

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because they were hoping that it would be their son because they were expecting that final prophet to be from their lineage.

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So it seems at that time Yes, the revelation still contained very clear obvious indicators that Islam was the truth or the person came with was the truth like I'm loving salaam was the most obvious example he recognized that does this answer the question

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okay no more questions

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whether they?

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What soc.

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Know, whatever

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many things were said to the Prophet SAW Salem, or things were used against the prophets, Allah, about, okay, why do you have children? Or do you have wives? Why don't you Yes, just become a hermit. Wait on.

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Why don't you just worship Allah subhanaw taala. And, and that's it. But you said the prophets of salaam was sent as an example, as well as a role model. So he would live still a normal life. So not to be a role model for others to follow. And so the problem did business previously, the Prophet SAW Salem, he slept, he ate, he was injured, he had companions. He was just a human being Prasanna was a human being. So, and these things the Prophet Salam had, were actually a signs of the completion of his humanity,

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signs of the completion of his humanity.

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The fact that he had a that he got married, the fact that

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that he had children, these are considered to be positive traits about human beings. If a man is sexually dysfunctional, this is a real defect in a man right?

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But

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when a man is unable to have children as well, this is not seen as an optimal state for human being, but the prophets Saddam had this. So whatever accusations people are going to come up with accusations. Yes, the prophets alum was critiqued for a lot of things. But as we said, if someone is just unusual, none of these critiques actually stands criticism. Yeah.

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When you're

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applying

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Play. This is a complex question. If I put it in English, parents could have bad habits, they could have taught their children bad things, then the children are going to grow up. They're going to do bad things, right? So Are parents going to be held accountable for the consequences of these actions for these behaviors of their children? And what if parents were heading in the wrong direction, and that's when they educated their kids on they raise their kids, but later on, they repented but the kids kept the bad things and they did bad things on this will ultimately

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in the medical biller interface up account is with a loss penalty. But it's simple. If

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let's treat let's take different points separately, the first

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One.

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Ideally, when someone has bad things, or he teaches his children bad things, because he possesses them, then the kids grow up to do these bad things. Yes, some parts, part of the sin is going to come back on him. So he will be accountable for that, ideally speaking, but let's say,

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the father and the mother repented.

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But the kids get these things, and now they're doing bad things with them.

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If you repent from the sin, then Allah

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will wipe it and will wipe the consequences of it.

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We will have the consequences, but there might be worldly consequences. So Allah might bring about hardship to you, because of these consequences, because of these consequences, yes. But in the Hereafter, if you have truly repented from your past, whatever consequences that still happening now, these are included in the forgiveness.

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What if

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it's not about repentance here, the father and the mother, if they had bad habits, bad things that developed bad practices, but they had good intention, they wanted to do good, but that's the best they knew. That's the best thing you are handed this these bad things to their children, then if they have striven to teach themselves and benefit themselves and, and grow and mature and help their children. And that's what they arrived at. That's what they were capable of. Inshallah, there's no sin upon them, because they have done whatever they could.

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And they've tried their best. So that sort of solves the problem. So there is repentance, yes, and sha Allah, they are not accountable. And if they have done their best Inshallah, they're not accountable. But if they then make bad choices, handing them down to the children, and still brings about breeds more evil, than as long as they are upon that path, they're getting the bad consequences and the senseless.

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The middlemen Elza to him, will mean alzado, let alone 100.

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So they shall carry their own sins and they should carry the sins of the people that they have misguided as well. Yeah. So that is it. It was not it was an AHA is when there is no that no connection. Someone in China, he come he drinks alcohol, I have nothing to do with it. Right? I'm not going to be that's what letter zero was along with. No one is going to carry the sin of another person. But if I do something that leads to a sin, and I know it.

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I know I'm not supposed to do this thing, but it leads to a sin. I'll be accountable for that. Yeah.

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But no more questions about a law.

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Second, Mikayla loves them whenever you know Mohamed when he was abused, and until next time, which is going to be Tuesday, Tuesday, insha Allah.

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If Allah was Tuesday, morning after phygital we'll move on to sort of Ibrahim be given Allah heeta Welcome