Moutasem al-Hameedy – The Monumental Tafsir As Sa’di #20

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of staying with Islam and avoiding false assumptions, as well as the need for clear evidence to support one's claim and avoid losing money. They also touch on the struggles of people who lost everything and the negative impact of people in the hellfire, including the use of lies and false promises to cover up actions. The importance of breathing to live life to the fullest is emphasized, along with the negative impact of people in the hellfire. The transcript describes a scene where Islam is being taught and people faced with the consequence of their actions, including the use of lies and false promises to cover up their actions.
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hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayidina Muhammad, you know, he was going to be here. Again, we're gonna do

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we continue with difficile Le Man, Sergio Ramos bajo Jaya, and we have come to reach Seurat, Addison

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and SubhanAllah. You know,

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you can do a little every time, but

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you really get to cover a lot. So we started, again, almost taking a page from just starting great from the end. Slowly, slowly, then when the sewers got longer, we, we averaged about a sewer every time every Friday, and SubhanAllah. If you look at it, now we reach solid Ibiza

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in less than

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about five months. So in maybe in six months, we'll be done with the AMA, but less than that. So we have Ibiza. Inshallah, next time, hopefully we will have Nazjatar. And maybe actually today, we will get in as yet. And then solat, a neighbor, or AMA, and that would be just unmatched in totality. And people underestimate what they can do over a long period of time. If they do, you know, they do it install in small steps.

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They really can do a lot. You can do a lot if you just keep, you know, stay consistent. But the problem is that people overestimate what they can do at once and they underestimate what they can do over a long period of time. The things that really create an impact and produce results are the things that are done consistently, that you stay with them over a long period of time, even small steps can really make a big difference when they when you put them together. So this is a very important thing to to pay attention to. And I quote here verse oh sorry, some lines of poetry.

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Where the poet said Leo mahal manuever than Mithila, who may not affiliated me and let you turn to your hustle role model we had Martin Wallace say hello University mountain local today, a little bit of knowledge and your main element, what are the myths low? So today

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rain, rain water, so, so it's good to stay consistent.

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Surah Alaba Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. The reason for the revelation of these verses was that a blind man who was a believer came to ask questions of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and learn from him. But a rich man had come to him and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was keen to guide people. So he focused his attention on the rich man and turned away from the poor blind men, hoping that the rich man would be guided and purify. Allah rebuked him gently in these verses, as he said, He frowned and turned away physically when the blind man came to him, then Allah mentions the benefit of turning to the blind man and speaking to him, how do you know perhaps

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he namely the blind man may be purified, that is perhaps he may be purified from that characteristics and attain good characteristics, or he may pay heed and benefit from the reminder. That is perhaps he may pay heed to that which would benefit him and act upon that reminder, this is a great benefit. It is the purpose for which the messengers were sent and for which preachers exhort and remind. So if you had turned to and focus your attention on the one who came by himself, seeking that from you, that would have been more appropriate. As for your turning and focusing your attention on the rich man who does not care and does not want to ask or find out anything, because

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of his lack of desire for good, and you're ignoring the one who is more important than him, that was not appropriate, because you are not to be blamed if he does not want to be proved purified for you are not to be held accountable for what he does of evil. This lends support to the well known principle that says do not abandon that which will lead to a definite interest for something that is merely speculative, and do not give up that which definitely could serve a purpose for that which may or may not serve a purpose, you should focus your attention on the seeker of knowledge who needs it and is keen to acquire it more than the focus more than focusing on others.

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Okay, so some of the generations in the books of Tafseer mentioned that this is this man was Abdullah Nomi Maktoum. But again, there was some other narrations mentioning other names. But again, it was one of seems one of the companions who wanted to learn or he wasn't a believer at the time yet, and he wanted to ask the prophets Allah was and this was an MK. He wanted to ask the prophets I saw them about Islam, about the about to hate about the worship of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam again, we're speaking again in other narration is actually mentioned details that the Prophet SAW Selim was speaking to the leaders of Mecca,

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the most influential people in Mecca so the prophets of salaam was hoping that these people would actually pay heed, and hopefully listen to the message because if these people are guided, you know, their followers would be guided. And that's something the prophets also known followed in his Dawa, and it's very strategic. For example, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to alive

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after the passing of his wife, considerably, Allahu Allah and the passing of his uncle, Abu Talib, the Prophet SAW, Selim again, received fierce opposition and Metka to the point that he thought, you know, let me explore something else. So he went to the twin city of Makkah, which was a thought. So he goes there, and he who does he approach, now you have a big city, with two big tribes,

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the thief and how was it? In a boy above all you're going to talk to so the Prophet SAW Selim headed to the leaders,

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the political leaders who were again, chiefs of clans, these were tribal societies. So he went to the leaders, the political leaders, because if these people were to accept his message, that means the followers will just, you know, follow the orders and the commands and the inspiration of their leaders.

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During the season of Hajj, the prophets of Allah when he was setting them would speak to whom

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the convoys of pilgrims the province of Sanam would ask them, Who is in charge? Who's in charge, so he would speak to the leaders because this hierarchy was observed

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and was respected. So the Prophet SAW Selim, again was very observant of the social dynamics of his time. And this is a valid this is a valid structure, social structure that it's important to pay attention to it, looking at what happened, for example, in Malaysia, the story of Islam entering Malaysia, it's very interesting.

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So there was the there, again there, the governor or the leader of the whole population of the island of Malaysia. They were Buddhist, I believe.

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But once their king, the king of that Peninsula, right, became accepted Islam by means of rule by means of Muslim merchants traveling to do business in these lands. And they gained a reputation of honesty, transparency and fair trade. So the,

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again, the people of dependency law, the government, the officials became impressed with them. So somehow there was they reached the king, and they spoke to the king and he inquired about this religion or their culture, what is this code of conduct that you are following? And when he new came to know about Islam, he decided to become a Muslim. So now you have the king of the peninsula of a huge population becoming a muslim, what happened? Everyone became almost everyone in the Malaysians became Muslim. So that's a valid dynamic. So the prophets Saddam had this in mind.

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But this is why there was this specific incident, where again, these people are the leaders of Nicaea were showing so much opposition to the prophets all sudden, they would actually again dismissive of the invitations of the Prophet Cyrus. But we find at this instance, which the Prophet SAW Selim and generations mentioned that a person had hoped this time, he felt more reception from them. So the prophets are seldom was hopeful that there might is that one might pay off at this time. Abdullah Nomi Maktoum came and he was a blind person he didn't see the situation he did. He could not assess he didn't realize you know, the, the the urgency of the situation of the Prophet

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SAW Selim so he came to the Prophet and said yeah, Mohammed eliminate all Muhammad teach me.

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So the Prophet SAW Selim had to make a quick kind of decision and the prophets of Salaam in his again judgment, He preferred, what could be potentially, you know, more beneficial to everyone else.

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Yet Allah subhanaw taala set the record straight with the prophets, Allah, Allah when he was in and he said, this person came wheeling and asking about the truth, these people are showing resistance and they are not interested.

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And this follows from again, Surah till Allah, Allah Subhan Allah says further care in Vicara, this is a rule for that killed in another adicross. So remind where the reminder is likely to bring about results.

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Many people think or you know, enjoying the good forbid the evil or give advice across the board. It's like a universal thing. At the same level with everyone. No,

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no, there are situations and actually even to me, it has a beautiful small books, treaties, where he talks about is called actually a mobile model for now he ran in Hong Kong in joining the good and advising against evil.

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And he really lays out the ruling so beautifully. And he says a little bit of model for now you and in the moon car.

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The whole

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moon hums the ruling of enjoying the good and advising against evil has five rulings. Sometimes it's obligatory.

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There's an obligation. Sometimes it's recommended. Sometimes it's open mobile. Sometimes it's mcru. This light sometimes It's haram.

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What are you talking about?

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Giving advice can be haram? Yes.

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And he lays out all of the evidence about this and the understanding and the logic behind it and the system binding it.

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And he emphatically quotes from the Prophet SAW Selim from the companions of only Allah who I know, instances where if you're enjoying the good and forbid evil, it's more likely to bring about more evil, it becomes haram for you to engage in it.

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And people think, Oh, but I thought it's, it's always an obligation across the board. No, it's not.

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And this is the difference again, between people who learn and advance in their learning of Islam and they understand the nuances of how to apply things versus you know, people who just learned something and they run away with it.

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And then they want to start playing get across the board. It doesn't work like this, okay? This is the, this is why seeking knowledge is an obligation, you keep advancing you, you start to pay attention to more details, you recognize nuances, you differentiate between things that are otherwise that otherwise look similar, but they are completely different.

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Okay. And here is the rule, which is a beautiful rule that Imams study laid out here live with Rocco amaro not only hungry in my home, this applies in Islam in Sharia and applies in your personal life, you don't leave a matter of certainty, for a matter that is doubtful, speculative,

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you have something that is guaranteed you let go of it, because something that might happen or might not happen. You don't do that. That's not a fair judgment. Okay, that's not a fair judgement.

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One of the applications of this

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is something that is applied in all again, courts, Islamic Courts,

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which is

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a unit to either manage the Willamina, Allah man, Uncle, this is a very well known procedure in the court system.

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You accuse someone, you know, he stole something,

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or he made this violation. You go and sue him in the court, the judge calls upon you, okay. You said he stole for example, a car a vehicle? Do you have any proof?

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Do you have a proof? Or is it just a claim? So if there is a definitive proof, let's say there is footage of that. So the judge will inquire obviously, to verify the case. And that he passes a gentleman there is definitive proof. But if there is no definitive proof, speculative proof,

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then we turn to the accused person. Say, did you steal? Now there's an investigation? Did you steal the car?

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I mean, I've been turned down with the Amino element. He says, No, I didn't. I didn't, he denies that he committed theft. So the judge says, Okay, now you have to swear you have to go under under oath and swear that I did not steal the car.

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So he says, Wallahi I did not steal the car. This is definitive. Why he is emphatically saying I didn't steal the car.

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And there's no proof against him. What is the judgment? What should the judge do?

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He sets him free. We don't have a proof against you. There's speculative proof someone says I saw but maybe it wasn't you maybe it was someone else. Maybe it was your car that you actually drove off with, and so on and so forth. Okay. So that's just a simple example. The same thing with your life, if there is something of certainty you have, for example, two business opportunities, one of them is guaranteed, is going to make you let's say 50% profits. But there is another business high risk, high risk,

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and, but it's gonna get you 200% profit, which one should you go for?

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The general rule, even in business, and that's what people do in the stock market. That's what they will do in the stock market, they have the 5% rule, you know, when when when shares go 5% up in value, sell them,

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but they could actually go now because why this is definitive, right? This is confirmed 5% But they might go 10% More, and they might actually drop 10% So that's speculative. So the most successful people in the stock market they have this 5% rule. So if the stocks go up 5% Sell them make 5% profit it's guaranteed it's better than 20% that is speculative because you might actually lose most likely you end up at a loss and when the stocks go down 5% Sell them

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because what if they go up again? No no sell them because most likely they're gonna go even less than that. That's the same rule reasonable people people have good judgment know that it applies cases the same thing applies

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in same thing applies in Islam

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yeah and if you can read the translation of the verses before we go on that would be good

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name verily This is an admonition so let him who will pay heed to it on pages venerable exalted and pure born in the hands of angelic and Mrs. emissaries honorable and obedient. May men perish How ungrateful he is, from What did Allah create him from, from from a drop of * he has created him and then fashion him in due proportion, then he makes his path easy for him, then he causes him to die and be buried. Then when he wills He will resurrect him. Now he has not done what Allah commanded him. Let man consider the food he eats. We send down rain in abundance and cause the soil to break open as seeds sprout and plants begin to grow and cause grains to grow they're in and grape

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vines and fresh fodder and olive trees and date palms And gardens dense with lofty trees and fruits and grass as provision for you and your livestock included to Allah Kilda in Dead Kira I happen in the hidden money allotted Kira two min Allah with a QB arriba while you wait you know the home theater became a junior elite he will be you know rush them in a hurry for either Tatiana dyadic dementia or the CARA who I am Willoughby he called the heater IRA. What could it help him become feminine? As a new mean woman should have a new look for some other column Helena had heated Kira where Ivana was awkward rehab

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Here Allah subhanho wa Taala says Name verily This is an admonition that is indeed this exhortation is an admonition from Allah, by means of which he reminds his slaves and explains to them in his book, what they need to know highlighting the difference between the path of guidance and the path of misguidance. Once that is clear, then let him who will pay heed to it, that is act upon it. This is like the verse in which Allah subhanaw taala says, say this is the truth from your Lord. So let him who will believe and let him who will disbelieve. Then Allah mentions the location of this admonition and its greatness and immense virtue, on pages venerable, exalted in status and pure free

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of any defects and preserved so that the hands of the devils cannot reach it, and they cannot eavesdrop on its contents.

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Rather, it is born in the hands of angelic emesis emissaries for the angels or the emissaries between Allah and His slaves

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all of that is part of Allah's preservation of his books of his book. The emissaries who bring it to the messengers are the noble Angels who are strong and righteous and he has not allowed the devils any way of reaching it. This is something that requires us to believe in it and accept it. Yet, despite that man insists on disbelieving hence Allah subhanaw taala says, May man perish, how ungrateful he is for the blessings of Allah. And how strong is his stubbornness towards the truth, after it has become clear, when he is no more than he is, for he is one of the weakest of things, Allah created him from an instinct an insignificant fluid, then he fashioned him into proportion.

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Then he made him into a perfect human being, and gave him physical strength, both apparent and hidden. Then he makes his path easy for him. That is, he guides him to what he needs a religious and worldly means, guides him to the right path, makes it clear for him and tests him with commands and prohibitions. Then he causes him to die and be buried. He has honored men with burial and has not made him like all other animals whose bodies are left on the face of the earth. Then when he wills He will resurrect him, that is He will resurrect him after death for the requital Allah is the only one who controls men and manages his affairs. No one has any share in that yet despite that man does

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Yet despite that, Man does not do what Allah enjoins upon him and he does not fulfill what Allah has made obligatory upon him. Rather, he continually falls short of what is required of him. Then Allah subhanaw taala commands men to look at his food and reflect upon it and how it reaches him after many stages, where he has made it available for him.

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then Allah subhanaw taala commands men to look at his food and reflect upon it and how it reaches him after many stages, for he has made it available for him. Let man consider the food he eats. We send down rain in abundance that is we send down rain upon the earth in copious amounts, and cause the soil to break open as seeds sprout and plants begin to grow and cause grains to grow they're in. This includes all types of greens and grape vines and fresh fodder which is food for livestock and olive trees and date palms. These four things are singled out for mention because of there are many benefits And gardens dense with lofty trees, that is gardens in which the branches of the trees are

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intertwined. And fruits and grass The word translated here as fruits refers refers to that in which people delight, such as dates, grapes, plums, pomegranates and so on. The word translated here as grass refers to that which is eaten by animals and livestock. Hence, Allah says as provision for you and your livestock, which Allah has created and put at your service. So whoever looks at these blessings must give thanks to his Lord and strive hard to turn to Him, obey Him and believe in what he tells him.

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So this middle section of the surah Allah subhana wa Tada

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summarizes the Quran is third killer. This revelation is third killer. Now the translation mentions it's an admonition Yes. But Ted killer really holds a meaning or carries the meaning that is reminder. And we said the Quran refers to itself many times as vichara 10th. Kira, it's a reminder, it is a reminder, and that means it reminds you of what is already installed in you. And that's the Photron. All of us humans are created with this natural tendency, readiness, willingness, this

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innate direction towards Allah, seeking his knowledge, seeking to connect with him, seeking to worship Him and to obey Him. And we find meaning and purpose in life only by means of that. This is natural to humans. Okay, so Allah's mantra is why he made the Quran a reminder, it speaks to this need, it speaks to this innate nature, it awakens it, it feeds it, it satisfies it it.

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Violating it

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so so that's why it's a huge violation. This is why it brings about discord dissonance within it brings about pain it brings about suffering.

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So humans have choice with regards to this. And again, human choice is not open. This is why the philosophical question is, Do humans have free will is the wrong question.

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Why? Because it's asked in a vacuum.

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The answer to the question Do humans have free will is yes and no at the same time, and this is why if you read the philosophical literature, try it that tries to answer the question, Do humans have free will? You're gonna get confused? Because some of them will argue, yes, humans have free will. And you read their arguments and you're convinced, yes, humans have freewill. Then you read the section that actually argues to the contrary, you're equally convinced.

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And then you get out of them confused? Why? Because the question is wrong. Free will, the question of free will is to be asked, within the frames of purpose.

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When Allah subhanaw taala gives humans something, it has purpose. So you cannot just try to envision it in a vacuum. It doesn't work. It's wrong. It doesn't have any foundation for you to understand it. So when Allah when, when you ask, Do humans have free will, Allah gave humans a scope of free will, but it's not open. It's not unlimited. It's not infinite. Allah gave them choice to enable them to choose between truth and falsehood, between good and evil in this area, you have freewill, you have choice. Now beyond that, your color skin, your culture, you know your ethnicity, that's not within your choice. Many of the forces in life are beyond your choice and capacity.

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So the question is that Allah give humans free will.

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What I what context are you talking about?

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To the contrary, Allah gives humans free will to test them. So only as long as free will or that scope of Free Will serves that test? Yes, humans are given this free will. But if any area whether it's free will that doesn't serve that test doesn't add to it. Humans are not given that.

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As simple as that, then you don't need to ask the question. It's obvious, then the you don't need to get into the confusion that if humans choose, then you know they can do they create their own actions as the metazine se, or you become more of the take the school of determinism which says, you know, everything is decided by Allah so humans have no choice so it's unfair to punish them or to hold them accountable. That's because you ask the wrong question. You have to end up with this confusion. But Allah subhana wa Tana, he's in charge. He's in control. He sets all the details of this existence.

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And within that he gave you a scope,

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permission, some space for you to choose where it is needed for you to be tested. And that's it.

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Then the confusion is gone. Okay, so Allah subhanaw taala then says, this reminder, where is its origin? Where is it located the original copy of it. It's with the higher ranking angels the best among the angels, they got it. So Shayateen have no access to it because there was an accusation against Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem, that oh, you know, he he deals with the jinn he deals with champagne and they inspire him with these words, these spirits, right? This is what Allah said, what matters is that we he shall be in 1 million Barilla home, one is totally own. This is not something that was brought by the devils.

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And it's not befitting of them. They're not at that level, they can't get something like that they don't have access to something like this.

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It's actually preserved by the angels, the best of the creation of Allah subhanho wa taala. Then Allah says, but it is man who is ungrateful

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man who is arrogant and ungrateful to your Lord, because, you know, what are you proud of? You think that you know, you can dictate what's right and what's wrong, you can really speak to what exists and what doesn't exist. When you in reality, look at your own origin, where did you come from

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an insignificant liquid drop of *.

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That's your origin.

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And this is how you, you went through stages,

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from stages of helplessness, weakness, then eventually you start to grow, and you don't even own yourself, you don't even own your growth, you don't even control your growth, you have to go through the cycle of life without any choice from you.

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And, you know, now they trying to talk about longevity, right, you know, living 100 and 120 years, and they say, you know, the best thing is, you know, they have practices of what to eat and what not to eat and what lifestyle to have. Right? Some of them are healthy actually, like you eat less, which is actually good, right? But you know, no matter what you can do you have the scope of the average human life that Allah gave to humans, you can't break from that. The prophets of salaam said Madonsela homing in ill. Or answer Allahu wa Illa at the moment,

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there is no disease that Allah sent down except that he sent down a treatment for it remedy for it except death

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and have a bunch of soda she found only in colada in a certain

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the black seed has remedy for every disease, except death, you're gonna die.

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You're gonna, they will tell you, these people will tell you in order to live longer, don't expose your skin to the sun.

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Right, that's, this is the recommendation. Don't expose your skin to the sun because it's gonna, again, I don't know, create scars and things like that and you're gonna get wrinkles and you're gonna, you know, grow older quickly, and you will have issues and pigmentation problems and so on and so forth. Okay, so where do we get vitamin D? Take tablets, right? So you start to live and live like you're in a space shuttle for the rest of your life. So they try to live longer, but life becomes more miserable. You know, the optimal life is the life that Allah designed for humans, you mess with that?

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You know, you're gonna get the worst, the worst ever, because you mess with this balance, divine balance, you're going to just pay a hefty price for that.

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Okay, so Allah Subhana Allah says, Allah created you, Allah makes you go through stages, you are helpless. You came into this life helpless, you didn't even you did not consciously and actively decide to come into this life. You were brought into it.

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You did not. You didn't choose, you know, let's say you were six years old. And you said, I don't want to grow up anymore. I want to stay at six. You can't do that. You have to go through that. It's beyond you.

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I don't want to become a teenager. You're gonna become a teenager, right? I don't want to grow into an adult you grow into an adult. Obviously today you can identify whatever you want, but we're just talking about the real thing, not the imaginary.

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You're gonna grow into adults.

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I never wanted to have gray hair creeps on me. Right? Some people lose their hair. They don't want to lose their hair.

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Okay, you're gonna do hair transplant, okay, do hair transplant but these are the small details what eventually is going to happen? You're going to grow older.

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You're going to get weaker.

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You will need mostly more rest. You will need to adjust your lifestyle, your diet, your eating habits, your sleeping habits, your activity, your engagement. You will have less energy

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and eventually what's going to happen? You're going to leave this world and open all of that you are helpless, you don't choose things are being chosen and made for you choices have been made for you. So what what are you arrogant about, you're going to decide how the world originated, you're going to say there's a there's God and there's no God. And there is this and that this is just a place of arrogance that Allah says okay, not only yourself, look at what is around you, the food that you eat,

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all of this process, these steps that are intricate, there are systematic, that are consistent,

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that are so meticulously, you know, designed, even the fine details of all of that, any mistake in that and the process is hindered, is thrown out. And you think all of that is random, just accident happened happened accidentally. All of that, you know, points to one factor, you are here for a purpose, and you're supposed to stay true to that purpose. Everything around provides you with shelter, food, your needs are all answered by Allah subhanaw taala so that you they are fulfilling their purpose so that you can fulfill your purpose, as simple as that.

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So Allah is reminding humans that this is the reality of real life and you are, you are well owing in favors of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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you are swimming in an ocean, you're covered in an ocean from Allah subhanaw taala ocean of blessings.

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And with all of that you are just living in denial to Allah subhana wa Bucha

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okay, then Allah subhanaw taala says, let's move on to the end part of the surah where again, Allah is going to lead lead us to the natural conclusion from all of this.

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So when the deafening blast on the trumpet comes on that day, a man will flee from his own brother, and from his mother and his father, and from his wife and his children. Every one of them on that day will have too many concerns of his own to care about anyone else. On that day, some faces will be beaming, laughing and rejoicing. And on that day, some faces will be covered with dust overcast with gloom. Such will be the disbelievers the wicked,

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that is when the trumpet blast of the resurrection comes which will deafen all creatures because of his immense volume. And hearts will are filled with panic on that day because of what people will see of horrors, and they will realize how desperately they will need their previous righteous deeds. On that day a man will flee from the dearest of people to him from his own brother and from his mother and his father, and from his wife and his children. That is because every one of them on that day will have too many concerns of his own to care about anyone else. That is he will be focusing on himself and his main concern will be to save himself, he will not pay attention to anyone else. At

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that point, humankind will be divided into two categories, the blessing and the doomed. As for the blessitt, on that day, their faces will

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be beaming, that is happiness and joy will be apparent on their faces, because they will know that they are saved and have attained bliss. So they will be laughing and rejoicing. And the faces of the doom will be covered with dust, overcast with gloom, which is like a shadow of intense darkness, they will have despaired of all good and will know that they are LOST and DOOMED. Such namely, those who meet this description will be the disbelievers, the wicked, that is those who are ungrateful for the blessings of Allah disbelieved in his signs and transgressed his limits. We ask Allah to keep us safe and sound for he is most generous, most kind.

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Okay, so ALLAH SubhanA, Allah says here, this is the end of all of what's happening in this life. Right there is there are people who respond to the truth. As the blind person who came to the Prophet saw them to ask for guidance, He keenly was keenly asking for guidance. And then on the other side, you have people who are arrogant, and who are resistant to the truth they refuse to believe.

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So these two, again, groups of people, the ones who really seek the guidance are the ones who stay true to Allah, and they humble themselves. And they are the ones who follow the signs in the creation, they are more in line with the universal inner harmony that Allah designed this world against, which is the worship of Allah subhanho wa taala, obedience to Allah subhanaw taala, whereas the ones who are acting in denial, to the blessings of Allah, to the signs, to all of everything in this life really points to Allah subhanaw taala if you really, if you let everything speak to your heart, it would actually be mentioning the name of Allah to you, it would be pointing you to Allah.

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And this is again, the famous line of poetry, that says, will frequently say in the whole area to do Luanda and, and why do and then everything there is a sign, there's a clear sign or indication that he is the one he's the only one who is deserving of worship. And we mentioned previously, you know, whatever, like something you will find him said, that Allah subhanaw taala. When humans need something more, Allah makes it available more

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in their environment. So humans need air more than the, the need for air is more urgent than their need for water. So Allah made air more available than water. And their need for water is more urgent than their need for solid food. So Allah made water more available than solid food, and their need for

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again, so he runs the same pattern with all like many of the human needs, then he says, and the biggest need of humans, the most most central need that humans have, is actually the need for Allah, their hearts need for Allah, the heart struggles, the heart suffers, the heart lives in pain, without Allah subhanaw taala. So what humans really need is Allah and knowledge of Allah and connection to Allah. And he says, Allah made this need available or the answer to this need available in everything around humans, everything in the creation, even themselves, everything is a reminder, everything serves as a connection that leads you to Allah subhanaw taala if you truly

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allow it to speak itself,

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but we don't we force an interpretation, we force an interpretation that is usually colored by our desires, by our biases, by our culture, by the indoctrination, that we are fed, again, in education, in culture, and in so many other mediums. So we forced that interpretation, we don't see things for what they really are. We see things again, according to our desires, and according to our plans, and that, that's the lens that we're wearing, or the spectacles we're wearing as we are trying to understand, when we tried to understand life. So Allah is saying,

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then Allah says, yes, so look at your creation, the stages of your creation, look at the stages of the production, even for your own sustenance, the food, how Allah set the whole world, in this beautiful order, that serves to provide you with the needs, that you have, so that you can survive, so that you can fulfill your purpose, but eventually, you know,

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calamity No biggie, I will say Believe in it or not, you have choice in this life, but choice the choices that you have come with consequences on the Day of Judgment. You have to face the consequences of those those choices. So in Islam, do we believe in freedom? Yes, but not exactly the freedom as it is, you know,

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as it is shared on a lot of the public platforms today, because no one lives no one believes in absolute freedom. Look at now, today what's happening in Sweden. For example, if you

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Were to to burn a copy of the Quran they will tell you oh freedom of speech. You want to draw some characters making fun of anything that is sacred in Islam right to say oh freedom of speech, we are committed to the protection of freedom of speech. Okay, make fun of some of the social movements today of the desecrate their flags, you will be arrested.

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So, where's freedom, there's no absolute freedom, but it's just bias. Right? The same thing.

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There's no absolute freedom you are here for you are given some space or some scope of freedom to choose. But this comes with consequences. You have to bear the consequences of those choices. You don't want to believe ALLAH says financial of a human woman sheriff. And yet for those who choose to believe them believe those who choose to disbelieve, choose to disbelieve,

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but on the day of judgment in the volume in and help him so Roger, we have prepared for the for the wrongdoers, for those who transgress we have prepared for them a blazing fire, whose walls will keep them within.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is telling us how the final scene of this existence, the final chapter of our existence, how it's going to look like for either for Saha again, this is the blow in the Trump and that is going to death in the ears, it's going to, again, it's going to cause people to die, the sound is going to cause people to die, this is how powerful it is.

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It will mean it will not Illuminati, a person would run away from their own brother from their system.

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You know, probably in today's society where the family has already been destroyed. And the connections between family members have already been compromised, you know, systematically over long period of time. Some people might not appreciate this, because there are people who don't see their siblings, maybe in a lifetime, they don't even care about them. And that shows you how humanity, as you know, have have, you know, left their natural, healthy in a form of functioning functionality. We're only here what a B, you know, I personally have seen a lot of old people, some of them were my own neighbors, that no one checks on them for years. And some of them have physical disabilities.

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Literally, so

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there's so much to say about that. But it just it's saddening to see that right. And also I hate to hear of any and his spouse and their own children. I mean, it's happening a lot now. But again, Allah is constantly speaking to people who have some level of sanity, some like sound judgment, a good mind still maintain some of the fitrah that they at least appreciate these relationships. The Prophet SAW lorrison them even before Islam, you know, when the incident happened, the meeting with Jibreel, the first meeting with journalists, and he got troubled by that, where did he go to? Who did he think of first one, his wife had the job of the Allahu anha. Right. There was no competition

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between the prophets. Even before Islam, there was no fights between arguments between the prophets of Salaam and Khadija as to their roles as to their rights. That's all the more than fantasy that's all a modern lie that we have bought into is just pits men and women against each other, so no marriage could ever work.

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It's impossible in the light of how we see marriage today with the whole rhetoric of rights and what and rules and all of that it's impossible for a marriage to work. And only marriages that really work the either marriages, only in shape and form but not in reality. Or they these are people who have changed themselves. And they have changed a lot of this public narrative that is being forced on people.

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That's the only way a proper relationship can work. The way it is set up and people buy into it in a men buy into the women buy into it, oh, it's about my rights, and I'm oppressed and this and patriarchy and, and so on and so forth. All of that is nonsense. You get into this pigeonhole no one wins. This is a, this is a path when no one wins, where everyone is going to be confused. And that's the point. That's the point. Because when you break the family, you know, people turn into robots.

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You can use them, you can manipulate them, you can mess with them. You can switch them to any place and you can come and get them to do whatever, whatever you want them to do. You can get them depressed because people outside that natural environment, social environment, healthy environment have very deep meaningful connections.

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You know, humans stop functioning well.

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And then we have one pandemic of mental illness. Of course. Why? Why is why is he Why is there a question even about that.

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It's all

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is like a lifestyle, the the thoughts, the beliefs, the ideologies that people are embracing and living out in their life, of course is going to lead to all of this nonsense, of course is going to get people to suffer. Why? Because humans now all of a sudden they think they know more than the Creator.

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And you know what Allah, it's very interesting. If you look at different there's a lot of debates, and although I personally don't like debates, but sometimes debates it, you know, expose a lot of hidden things.

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There is a lot of people, you know, there's a lot of people who can speak very well.

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And all they speak is lies and deception, and they can convince you

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the promise of them actually said that this is what he fears for his ummah. He said, what format aha for Allah Almighty, the thing or the thing that I fear the most for my my Alma Kelowna Felton, Alleman, Lisa, Kelowna African Halima, Lisa, every hypocrite, that is very knowledgeable in their tongue. What does that mean? That means they know how to speak. And they know how to structure their ideas. And they are very convincing

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that you actually trust them. They can, like in Arabic, they say they take you to the to the, to the pond, and bring you back thirsty.

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They can sell you and buy you why we're still smiling.

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They can sell you in the market, in front of your eyes, and you don't even figure it out. This is what the a lot of these people are doing.

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Just a couple of days, I was watching a debate. And there's one guy who is again, talking about some area of research, and so on and so forth. And he's trying to force or make a case for, again, Big Pharma, and a lot of the legislations that have led to, you know, a disaster in the mental health

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of big populations in the West, and things like that, and how there is profit behind it. And the guy made a statement, he said, I never got any kind of funding, I work independently here, and so on and so forth. And then there is a guy that exposes him with documents, you actually got paid from this, and that, and these are the amounts.

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And the guy was baffled, speechless, he was caught red handed.

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You think, oh, this is a rare occurrence. This is very, very common. People who speak for your rights, they have hidden agenda most of the time.

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Otherwise, how could they you know, again, get their, whatever they want, you know, rules passed, and agreed upon, and so on and so forth. So, the world is full of deception. And a lot of people are just again, innocent, and oftentimes even naive. And you just think people really want well for you.

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Know, we just been lied to so much that we got accustomed to that, that even when we are not lied to, we feel uncomfortable.

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Really, when we hear the truth, and when someone is honest, in our face, we feel very, very uncomfortable, we threatened, we started to live off live, you know, live on these lights, we can only feed off of them.

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So this is why it's important for the Muslim to align themselves with the truth. align yourself with the truth, don't buy into anything without questioning it.

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And be careful of those who seem to claim to care for you. And they're so selfless. They just want you they have your your best interest in mind, they're going to go all the way to sacrifice and dedicate the whole life for you. And you don't realize that their bank accounts are getting fatter and fatter, that they are making more profit, and that they have their hidden agenda, or they are part of a secret society and so on and so forth. The world is full of that, full of that world is full of lights.

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You just have to be careful, because we'll lie It's painful when you live and all of us have some experience in that sometimes you buy into something and you think, Oh, that's really

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a just cause and so on and so forth. And sometimes when you get mature, maybe 1015 years after that, and you start to see more facts and you you see the, the, you know, the absurdity of what you you bought in once I believed in

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and you know, the the the bitterness, the regret, the pain, the sense of being deceived, is extremely painful, very, very painful. You know, but it's, it's less painful than when you again, you know, being deceived and you only figure out on the Day of Judgment. This is why Allah Subhan Allah called the Day of Judgment what Allah named your Moto Harbin, there is a Surah that is called the humble Valley Kayo motorhome and what is your Moto Rama? It is basically when

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When people are deceived,

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deceived, and they have lost everything, like, you see the those scams, where you really, and it happened maybe 1520 years, that was a very, very big thing where stock market became more open to the public, and people started being able to invest in it. And there were people saying, you know, just give me your, whatever your savings.

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And that will get you, you know, like, 100% profits within a month. And they did. You tested it out with 1000 people tested it out with 1000. So they invested 1000 And next month, they got, you know, 2000.

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So they said, well invest more, so they invested 5000, and they got 10,000, next month, and they started bringing everyone else their friends, their family come on money, that's real. Here's our Here are the numbers, and they show their bank account statements, right, and they will make him more profit. And finally, the person had a savings of what 70 100,000 They said, You know what, I'm gonna put 100,000 And next month, I'm gonna get 200,000. So they put their 100,000 there, and the guy is never to be seen again.

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He's never to be seen. But that's how they that's how they pull our legs into it.

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That's a terrible.

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And this is why Shavon says, On the Day of Judgment in Allah azza

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wa jal how Allah promised you the truth, you didn't believe in it.

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You believe to your professor, or you believe that influenza, you believe the policymakers? Those very well spoken spoken people, right? You you believed in them and you thought they really had you know, they wanted good for you. And Allah, Allah commanded, I cannot promise you the truth. And I promised you a lie.

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One that can really convince someone I had no power over you. I didn't force you to learn the outcome.

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I just invited you to something I was yes, I was persuasive. Right. I convinced you of something. I just called. I promised you something. But it was live. But I didn't force you into it. You chose to accept you chose to agree you bought into it. So you made your own decision.

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On that Kennedy alikoum and so Barney Hill and I will to confess that Yep, totally. You responded fella to pneumoniae Don't blame me. The problem is what you can't go back to fix things you've been taken for a ride and that's the final right

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do you sense the regret the pain further to blame yourself? Don't blame me. Now I don't I don't care I give up on you. I'll leave you alone into it now.

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For that to normal Nia was a little more on full circle and be more scruffy kimono and Tommy Mustafi. I can't do anything to I can't jump to your rescue. There's nothing I can do it today. And you can't jump to my rescue. We all helpless. It's over. Now. You can't change it. You literally can't change it. You can't go back. You can't say oh Allah I just figured out please send me back so late,

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too late.

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Warm and tumble Masashi in Nika, follow TobyMac shock to mourn him in Kabul, I this own you and everything you believed in

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your trust in me, I don't want it

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in NECA, Toby mashreq, to minimum in volume in alarm Idebenone. Those who transgressed they have a tremendous, a great punishment, a severe punishment.

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This is your motor bubble. So make sure that you actually don't live your life according to all of these people or your rights. Don't be oppressed stand up for your rights, you know, there's a better life there is this there is that and they keep giving you promise after promise and it gets worse than they will tell you it will get better than that. Just keep going keep going after it keep going after it. You're gonna see the light at the end of the tunnel I keep going for it and they keep deceiving you promising you more lies and more lies they feed you more lies and more lies. And you know, they don't care about you. Because they're getting their you know, their, their share of the

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finances and the other privileges and you are the fuel of the fire that they are making.

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That's really what it is. They just give you a false promise. She says For more on

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little money and now What a moron No, I shall give them hope. False hope you will see it as real. You know things are gonna get better. Everyone is gonna get the rights oppression will end the world will be better

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A place and everyone will get the rights and then all of us will be happy. All of this is lies. All of this is lies, there's destruction and what these people call you?

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And eventually what's gonna happen in Nevada mean and Hamada Valeri. So Allah shows us Allah, the scene of the Hereafter, you're gonna run away from all of those people, the people that usually run to for help for rescue when you feel you know, you need help. These are the people that you are most likely to trust, you don't even want to see them. Why? Because everyone wants to take from the other everyone wants to take them. Everyone is so desperate to say why keep away from me, I just need to figure out I need to figure a way out of this, I need to process this stay away from me.

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You run away from everyone.

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Then people are going to end up into shapes are the people with beaming faces full of light and beauty and contentment and hope in Alaska, Montana, because they know paradise is going to be their place. Or people are going to be end up in the hellfire. Their faces are full of dust, and doom and gloom and depression on their face. And then they're going to end up in eternal

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punishment in the Hellfire

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as a very, very sad prospect will lie to go through and now you have a choice. That's the power of choice that Allah has given us. You have a choice in this life as long as you're breathing, you have a choice to not choose Allah

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will lie anything, any advice that is not in line with true and authentic Islam that Prophet Muhammad SAW Solomon his companions were upon NDTV and were upon any departure from that will bring you pain, gloom destruction in this life, and will cause you regret in the hereafter. It's been figured out, it's been figured out. Honestly, the only thing that we are better able at when it comes to again, the understanding the reality of life, humanity or just getting better at, you know, making better light. That's it.

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Things have been settled the reality of life, Allah made it clear. Allah told you what this life is about how it's going to be, where it's going, where it is going to lead to what you should be doing, and how all of this will reflect on the Day of Judgment, realize it's a done deal. It's a done deal, then we wait for people who don't even believe in the existence of Allah who believes who people who live in in morality and violation and inside of them. There is shelter in there is devils, there is wolves, who don't care about anyone, but they are very good at presenting themselves and mesmerizing you with their speech and with their lies and where they've decided they're con artists. That's

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their profession.

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And you know, they don't care when you are thrown in the hellfire. They don't care about you. They don't care because they themselves will be in the hellfire.

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The problem is on that day blame will not benefit you. You'll figure it out on that day. You say Oh, I figured it out. And now everyone figured it out. What's the point? You had a chance and it was clear it was right in your eyes in front of your eyes? Quran sunnah clear, the truth is clear. Why do you resort to all of these people? Why do we resort to all of these ideologies, all of these claims?

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And what do they have to offer you? false promises, empty promises.

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And these people have a public life and they have a private life in their private life. They will speak for children's rights and they will be the people who violate children's rights the most, they'll be pedophiles.

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A lot of them have been exposed. A lot of these people have been exposed.

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When are we going to wait until all of them are exposed they won't be exposed in your lifetime. Most people are so skillful in the lies and deception that you want figured them out. But you don't need to figure them out.

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It's already clarified.

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Allah Subhan Allah says in the Quran, Allah had the Illuminati here at one

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full stop.

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This Quran leads to the path that is most straight and upright. And the departure from it is going to mean pain, suffering and ruin.

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Yeah, so this is the final scene that the surah ends with. So the structure is very simple. An incident that happened the life of the prophets of the Lord he would say,

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and about the priorities of enjoying the good and advising, advising against evil. And then second one a reminder of the reality of of Allah's blessings on humans and their reality, their humble reality that they should stay true to, and eventually how their choices in terms of their responding to the Quran are going actually to create the final scene on the Day of Judgment either with the people who will enter paradise with beautiful, radiant faces that are full of light and bliss, versus people who will end up with something

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much pain, agony and suffering that will last eternally simple plus like a story of existence. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make us from the people who will be the dwellers of Paradise and save us from the hellfire. So long cinema Zeno Hana do it also have a cinema can take a couple of questions in sha Allah before we close

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questions no questions

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whether it's held on to enjoin good and forbid evil, where it's held on?

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Yeah, so the scholars in the books of that would say, when you see someone who's angry and lost control, and they start swearing

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they start saying bad things. You don't say to them at sokola fear Allah.

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So they'll probably say falsehood, they'll probably say, utter insults, and customary words, which are a sin. But if you tell them fear Allah, they might actually say something about about Allah, because they're not in the right mind. So that would be have

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an incident famous incident that I quoted many times, which is a famous one from Ibn Taymiyyah, even Taymiyah lived at a time when the

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you know, the

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Mahul. The moguls

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already took over Baghdad, but they were marching towards a Shem towards Damascus.

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And they a few they had a few attempts to actually take over Damascus. And at some points they did.

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They were fighting against them. Luke's who were in Egypt had been Timmy was trying to get them looks to fight against them. Because for him, the Mongols although they declared to be Muslim, but for him, they were hypocrites. They were just making. It was more of a political maneuver. But it ended up in them becoming Muslim, ultimately, but at that time, he because they were killing Muslims at the time.

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So in some localities in Damascus, the Mughals has already taken over. And their soldiers again, we're very vulgar, low class, aggressive, rough type of people. So literally, they would play with people in the streets so fine, they'll see like a person walking by the company. And they would beat that person up, cut off parts of his body chop off his arms, just to enjoy his suffering, something like that. And they used to drink alcohol again. So I mean, to me, I was with a group of students. And

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obviously they still the Mughals were Mongols were declaring to be Muslim or claiming to be Muslim moguls.

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And they would drink alcohol in public. And when they drank alcohol, they would just laugh and crack jokes and not do much harm.

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So I've been saving it was with a group of students and one of the students saw a group of mogul

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troops or soldiers drinking and laughing, and they were active like at that they were engaging in drinking at that time. So he started walking towards them, even to me, every very smart person, he grabs him says, Where are you going? He said, they're drinking alcohol in public. I want to advise them how long

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it's gonna take me I said, Leave them.

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Leave them. He said when these people are drunk, they just crack jokes and play around. But when these guys are sober, they start literally killing people. They like the the, they have fun, torturing and killing people, innocent people said he said the outcome of your advice is going to be more innocent people being murdered, whereas their evil of cracking jokes and drinking alcohol is upon themselves. So that's another example. Yeah.

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Other questions?

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Yes, that's the general That's the rule. Okay. So if your intervention is going to lead to more evil, so these are the four he said seven Tamia says in that book, the conclusion, he says, I'm gonna win him over now he Animoca lo Alba Amata. There are four levels for likely outcomes.

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That when you enjoy the good,

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okay, I'll give advice. It's going to lead to removal of the evil, someone doing something good that will take your advice and they would benefit from it and stop doing evil. Okay, so he says this is an obligation becomes an obligation. Again, it's about your judgment, your assessment of the situation. Second one is we

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Your advice is going to lessen the evil.

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Okay, so someone was, I don't know, whatever the sin they were committing, but when you give them advice, they're going to slow down or reduce the frequency, okay? Or the intensity of their evil. That becomes, he says, either an obligation or recommended.

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And then he says, or it leads to more evil. So your intervention, again leads the person to be get more aggressive. So if they were about, so let's say, there was someone trying to beat someone up, and you know, you can't stop them, but you can just give them advice. So say, you know, leave the guy alone, etcetera. And somehow, they just get agitated by you more provoked, and what they do, they actually might kill this person.

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So he says, now it becomes harder.

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Then he says, there's a situation where

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the evil might, not might, might be removed, but it will bring an evil of equal level, equal intensity. So he says, this is a matter of personal judgment. This is where we go around yes or no, we don't exactly have a have a clear decision. He says the material which he had, but again, the person who makes the judgment should be someone of sound judgment. Because our judgment is always colored by our fears, right, our bias. So it's important as well, that this rule is applied where there is sound judgment. Yeah. Because some people are fearful. They say, No, if you open your mouth disaster is gonna happen. But literally, when you open your mouth and say something, probably, you

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know, you might, there might be some benefit. Some people are just petrified, you know, they're paranoid. Yeah. So that would be generally just how this applies again, people could fall in a lot of errors as they apply this. There is you know, there could be a lot of Miss judgment. It's probable Yeah.

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Sisters, no question. Okay, brothers.

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