Moutasem al-Hameedy – The Monumental Tafsir As Sa’di #27 Surah Al-Muddathir

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The importance of building a strong personal life is emphasized in public life, where challenges come up. The speakers emphasize the need for individuals to be the strongest they can be and finding the right values and experiences. The importance of building a strong personal life is emphasized, and individuals should consider their values and experiences when facing challenges. The segment discusses the definition of Islam, including the use of words like "good" and " evil," and the importance of patience and faith in actions and events. The importance of avoiding evil consequences and finding the right information is emphasized, as well as the need for strong personal, powerful, rich, and authentic good to achieve the Prophet's guidance.
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we reached sort of a distance and sort of desert is a little lengthy for the previous source but we'll see inshallah

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we'll try to keep the commentary

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be hearing about that. We couldn't be there he cannot be here with the women and legislative in the data you can demand the top here he did husen for Salah and let's call it your mineral in a zealot and adjust it and how to make sure all the salah while you

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so on just it is manual or as we noted above the words to submit and when I say we have the same meaning and Allah commanded His messenger so a lot of it was just trying too hard and worshiping Him whether the benefit there of was limited to him alone or extended to others. We also know that the command to do acts of worship of great virtue, the benefit of which was limited to himself and to bear with patients to harm of his people. Here Allah instructs him to open new called people and more than as he says, arise, that is get up with resolve and vigor and warn people in words and deeds tell achieve the purpose and explain what the warning is about so that people will know how to

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avoid the punishing your Lord magnify that is glorify Him by affirming his oneness and make your aim one warning people to pursue of his pleasure

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and so that people will glorify Him and worship Him, their garments purifying, it may be that what is meant by His garments is all his deeds, and purifying them means making them sincere and carrying them out in the most perfect manner, ridding them of anything that may render them invalid, spoil them or undermine them, such as polytheism, showing off hypocrisy, self admiration, admiration, arrogance, heedlessness and other attitudes that one is enjoined to avoid and all acts of worship that did that includes purifying one's garments and removing impurities from them for that as part of purifying one's deeps, especially in the case of prayer concerning which many of the scholars see

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either removing physical impurities as one of the conditions of prayer, or it may be that what is meant by garments is garments in the usual sense, and that he made he was commanded to purify them and remove all impurities from them at all times, especially when beginning to pray, as he was enjoined to purify himself outwardly outwardly than outward purification is part of inward purification.

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Okay, so commenting on this part.

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So the Muslim men, which comes before this was sent before,

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so much, and the source are considered to be a pair or sisters. So for Muslim men and women a study here says and wisdom, mill and Elmo have the same meaning the one who's covered in his own blanket, let's say.

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Last month, Allah says, In animism, you have Muslim male comi Laila in collibra, the focus on assaulting Muslim is on what La Bella adds a very real mortality in the Arabic language or labor that he calls it is sad because it costs

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meaning personal acts of worship, private act of words, acts of worship, things that you do that whose impact does not extend to others directly.

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When you're praying, you're not helping someone else. When you're fasting, you're not helping someone else. When you're giving the car what was the cat is actually more of a mortality, and the impact extends to others.

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So the emphasis on why building a private life, a rich, personal worship repertoire? That's what you need. That's your priority. Before you go public, you have to build a rich personal life with Allah.

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That's what Allah did with the Prophet and homicides and then that's what he did with the companions of the low Anil specially in Makkah.

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Why? Because in order for you to survive the challenges of a public manifestation of worship of public life of righteousness, you need enough strength within you have to build that stamina within. So why because public life especially a life of devotion, worship and righteousness, when it's in public, there are so many challenges that come with it. And they usually come together.

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One of the most dangerous one of them is lack of sincerity, people's attention, you know,

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attracts people's attention attracts your intention attracts your focus, and it could easily hijack your sincerity easily. So if you have not built and conditioned a very rich life with Allah that you have so much momentum, you have so much leverage going on in your personal life and your personal relationship with Allah. Then when other attractions come from outside people's admiration people's love people's praise,

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it cannot hijack that leverage that you have with Allah.

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The reason a lot of people mess up when they you know have a public life is that their private life with Allah is very poor.

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So they don't have any capacity inside, they don't have any richness, they don't have a level of leverage. So when you lack that anything from outside will be a strong temptation. Number two, when you engage in public life, there will be a lot of attacks.

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There will be a lot of attacks, you will be a target from shape on first one will attack you shape one Shavon will turn your spouse against you will turn your wife against you will turn your children against you will turn your parents against you will tell you friends against you.

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Yes, why because you're working against him now publicly.

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So public life when you're doing it for the sake of Allah when you're doing something good is extremely difficult, then the Devils of among humans will start chasing you.

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And then you know the difficulties and the demands of life becomes extremely you know, such a huge load. So you need to build a very rich in life. You need to build the inner strength before you go outside. So this is why certain resemble came before certain data so often will differ Allah says comfort and now stand up and convey the message. Why

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100 People now go public with your message. Why? Because you have built a rich in life with animalism in common Laila in Manila. That's how it goes. That's the order, few reverse order. Many people have the attention. And these intentions are very subtle. People will tell you, I'm doing that for the sake of Allah. And they actually convinced them doing that for the sake of Allah, they don't realize that they are craving attention. They don't realize that.

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And once you you know, get yourself out there, it's very hard to withdraw.

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Back African Subhan, Allah these, this type of advice from Allah sponsor is extremely powerful. While I'm back as I can be, you need to glorify Your Lord, what does that mean? That means Allah must be great in your life.

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Not in your words, only. Allah needs to be the greatest in your life, in your heart, in your experience, so that you put everything in perspective.

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Because if Allah is not great in your heart, and in your personal experience, any challenge outside will be big and huge. And any temptation outside will be overwhelming. Because you can't put it in its right place. You need to see things in relation. When things are seen in relation to the greatness of Allah subhanaw taala you know, their value diminishes. Why? Because that's the it's real. It's that's the real value of these things. For our back African, so a Muslim lives a life of glorification, glorification is not saying Subhan Allah subhanaw taala be loving, or Allahu Akbar, it's not just the words, this should be an inner experience, you should contemplate that. You should

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literally contemplate that that light is the greatest.

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Once you could see your similarity will who have gone or what are the Euro

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the footstool

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as encompassed the heavens and the earth, you know, the heavens discusses we know them. And they are bigger than what we know we have only discovered only a tiny bit with all of these, you know, galaxies, all of these nebulous, all of these clusters of, of nebulous as well that they are discovering now, that's still a tiny bit of the universe. All of that is what the Prophet SAW Selim said, in methadone, similar to similar to some other bonus symbols filled out or she can have any halacha 10 fee for

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the size of the heavens and the earth. And when we talk about the heavens and the earth, the creation, and what we know of it, it's still a tiny bit is similar to what a ring in the ring that you were in your finger, that can ring thrown at a massive desert.

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That's the comparison of the size compared to what to the Throne of Allah.

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What are we talking about?

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So what I'm back African, what is this kind of rich life inside? What does it do? It needs you to work with a yarmulke help purify your clothes. This could be figurative, and could be literal, all of them apply. So literal that means the Arabs use the word the clothing as well for your actions, especially your public actions. So make sure your actions are all purified. With the other. It couldn't be the inner clothing and that's the inner clothing of your heart and your soul. And Allah says in solids

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and Magnoli, massive tuckaway they're a little higher and the garment of Taqwa that is better.

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There is the garment for the body and this garment for the heart, the beautification of the heart, just Taqwa that is even more beautiful. So this is the interstate purify your heart with Yeah, but also purify your clothing clothes stay pure, because if the heart is pure, that purity shines outward on your physical state.

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So the purity inside will shine outward and the person this is why a believer has a strong sense of hygiene cleanliness in general, but we need to understand that what we call hygiene today is actually

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essential saturated with an extreme sense of disgust.

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Yes, there are things that are actually not disgusting for the healthy human setup.

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But in our norms today because we are used to chemical smells or natural hygiene, but chemical smells like killing all of the all of the creation of Allah with with chemicals. Now we have developed developed a sense of hi

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when saying well

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I mean Allah He was in essence at whoever you are who had been so accommodating to what we had and he wanted to read when you can pick it up across the corner have a hustle willy nilly use a lot of the equivalent of the hustle being the de sola Hardy, he was selling them where they want to be comfortable. If somebody walks in we would have liked that from death and I was sort of liking somebody who was selling them at the end of the day. Whether he found the oneness

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most salient somewhat what he was allowing ie one image may

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abomination shun it may be that what is meant by abomination is idols and images that were worshipping alongside Allah. So Allah commanded him to shun them and disavow them and to reject whatever is attributed to them have words or deeds, or he that was meant by abomination was all evil deeds and words, in which case it is a command to refrain from sin, both minor and major, visible and hidden. So that includes that ascription of partners to Allah should and all lesser sins, do not give out of a desire for gain. That is, do not give to people and do them favors, whether they have to do with religious or worldly matters in the hope of gaining more and return. Thinking that you

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have the upper hand over them by virtue of showing them kindness, rather than treat people kindly in whatever ways and can

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and forget about your favorites to them. Do not seek reward for that except with Allah and treat the one to whom you did a favor and others in the same manner and for the sake of your Lord, be patient, that is seek reward for your patience and seek the pleasure of Allah subhana wa Tada. Thereby, the Messenger of Allah sort of love already was compiled, complied fully with the command of his Lord and hasten to do so. So he wanted people and explain to them by means of the clear revelations, all that Allah wanted of them, he glorified Allah subhanaw taala and called people to glorify Him. A parasite has these both visible and hidden of all that elements and he shunned everything that will

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take people further away from Allah, such as idols and idol worshipers, evil and evil doers. It has things to him after Allah that the message reached us without him expecting any recompense or things from people for that he showed perfect patience for the sake of Allah. He was patient and obeying Allah and then refraining from disobedience to Allah. And he was patient and accepting the painful decree of Allah until a surpassed the messengers of strong resolve, be the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him and on the

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Subhan Allah if you put these things together, you will see that they actually describe the character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when Allah says to the messenger, I live in Florida. We're in Ocala, Florida now. And you are indeed upon a high standard of character that these instructions are this, these commands from Allah, they literally capture what the character of the Prophet size in them was, how we complied with that, how he followed this divine guidance, so the remaining parts of that were rouges fit.

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Your approaches could be sure,

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which is the highest of the evil, and then includes all types of evil. And really Islam is all about what? Really, if you look at all of the Sharia of Islam and legislation in Islam, what is it?

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And scholars make that very clear. A lot of the notable scholars made that very clear. They say the word.

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The word for example, hello, I'm Alma hovel, which is prohibited, forbidden in Islam. It is synonymous with evil, it's practically evil.

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Humans don't see that, for many reasons, we are blinded, and all for many reasons. So But oftentimes, we see the short term maybe benefit, right, but we don't see the long term damage that comes with evil. So in Islam, haram means evil means ugly, despicable, it's synonymous, and everything that is an obligation in Islam, everything that is praised and Stammen encouraged, is actually virtuous, and good and beautiful and practically beneficial, practically beneficial,

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even when we fail to capture that.

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So Islam is really about is all about good. But Islam has its own definition of good and evil. Why? Because humans don't have the foundations or the right basis to define good and evil. We're very moody in that we're very selective when we define good and evil. And we usually tend to define good and evil based on how, how we feel about

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and this is why we often define evil as painful, what's painful we define it as evil.

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So when something

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is actually evil, but sweet, we don't recognize that unless we are told, or in hindsight, we could figure out

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but Allah the only absolute and correct definition of good and evil comes from Allah comes from a divine source otherwise humans are going to disagree about so many things whether good or evil

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is the fact that some non test actor again beautiful character, like if you are generous to people in our don't hold your favor right in their face.

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Don't try to make them feel bad or feel that they owe us something why because truly whatever you give them was given to you from Allah. So you are just a channel to give them to provide for them that's it, don't attribute it to yourself, you will literally have no virtue over

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and it doesn't mean the one who receives now he turns to the giver and he says you know what, you have no favor over me that will show corrupt taught.

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But the giver should always you know give from what Allah has given them. And in our see the reward from Allah subhana wa Tada

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when you want to be comfortable and be patient for the sake of your Lord, because this path that you are taking requires patience. And as we mentioned, once you put yourself out there, it requires a lot of patience. You have to deal with a lot. You need what you need perseverance, you need forbearance, you need composure, you need consistency, you need fortitude all of that is encountering compass in the world patients follow him on law who

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thing or for that okay. Oh May the young woman assay adult cafeteria and

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I have to sue the Lib Dem m&m. COBOL pajamas till bath you want to show up for that? Okay, yo, yo Manasi Catarratto. While he was shudder at idle cafeteria, where you will see the unhampered a swimming pool, the higher economic hierarchy well below my phone with Eric and Molina is here.

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your head

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is when the trumpet is sounded for all creatures to rise from their graves and gather for the Day of Resurrection. That day will be a difficult day and because of its many wars and hardships, not easy for the disbelievers because they will despair are all good and will be certain of their doom and production. What this implies is that it will be easy for the believers as a last panel drama says elsewhere. The disbelievers will say this will be a hard day

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Okay, now, so Allah's Fontana here says when the trumpet is blown, announcing the beginning of the day of judgment.

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So he lost the prophecy of them over and over and warn the people warn them of the Day of Judgment. That's what you want them about. 30 then okay often on the trumpet is blown, for the Day of Judgment. For then he came to me the young woman as he

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added caffeine and this is a very difficult day for the disbelievers of Allah Allah says another place in the Quran, solid tool for con

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So Hello, Hola. The irony in this verse, comparison is profound. Allah says,

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and will Creole magazine in headquarter.

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The complete absolute control dominion on that day is for Allah, no one has the same. Because in this dunya, Allah gave you some leeway. But here there's no one who has any authority. But Allah absolute complete authority

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is for whom for the Most Merciful and Mulqueen, Omegon and hypo, man, for the Most Merciful. Now what do you expect the day is under the control of the Most Merciful what should be the experience of the people to receive the mercy and an Catharina.

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The day that is completely, without any compromise, under the authority of the Most Merciful is going to be the most difficult day for the disbelievers. This is how poor their choices were.

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Even when Allah is Most Merciful towards his creation,

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they didn't even get a share of it. This is how much they have wronged themselves. So this is why when you see people for example, this believers, sinners, people who act to act in defiance to Allah, people who insist in evil, and they might be happy about themselves, and they might brag and boast about their lifestyle, and might they think that they are actually the ones who figured out life, it's very possible because they usually they're usually playful and boastful.

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And that's the spirit that she upon blows into them. Right.

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You should feel pity for them. you're tempted to really despise them as they are showing that kind of pride, but you know what, Allah you should pity them. Because these people are stabbing themselves to shooting themselves in the foot.

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That's what they are going to bring to themselves, the day where Allah is going to show the most of his mercy.

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It's going to show the most of his mercy. That's the person that's the day there's going to be the most difficult for these people. Like what a loss what a loss the Prophet SAW, Selim said in Allah halacha

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It's colorful feeling dunya era moving away from dunya outcome of Allah and Salto Salah with sand and what is seen,

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the only Allah created Allah is merciful, his attribute is divine. But in order to

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have mercy among the creation that the creation can have mercy to one another and they can enjoy the manifestations of the Mercy Allah creates mercy for them, Allah created 100 portions of mercy for the creation. And he gave them in this life from the time of Adam at least until the last person to live on Earth.

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One portion and the loss or loss period 99 portions for the Day of Judgment. He's going to forgive the people with that mercy on the day of judgment. And yet the people, disbelievers the losers are what's going to happen to them with the hardest day, it shows you like how far they are from any chances of of the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala okay.

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Then he switches Allah subhanaw taala to talk about the disbelievers showing their attitudes. So Allah is going to talk about one specific incident that happened with the Prophet Solomon one specific person who was invalid in a movie.

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and manage it Okay, imagine carrying usually who column and lutein and Fukuro anthracene MK three it's a job Oh hazard category I need waspy Qlm and moved in Wade from the hukou in the other Bucha did one knuckle while he had caught

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these verses were revealed concerning unworried illegal was definitely rejected the chosen openly foul and oppose Allah and His messenger. So a lot more it was. Therefore Allah condemned him as even don't know what else on this is recorded. A lot of everyone who's differently rejects and opposes the truth, he will be disgraced in this world and the punishment of the Hereafter is more shameful. Hence, Allah said, leaves me to deal with the one who I created alone and penniless. That is I created him alone with all wealth, without family and without anything else. And I kept caring for him and causing him to grow, then give him abundant wealth, that is, I gave him a great deal of

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wealth and I gave him sons, that as male children, by his side, that is, they are with him constantly. He enjoys their company, his needs are met by them, and he has their support, and smoothing the way for him to power and status. That is I gave him power in this world and granted him the means of attaining so that he was able to get all that he wanted and desired. He added despite these blessings and favors, favors, he desires that I should give him more, that is he desires to attain bliss in the hereafter as he attained blessings in this world. By no means that is it will not be as he hopes on the contrary, the outcome will be other than that he seeks that is

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because he stubbornly denies our revelations. That is he recognized him but but then he stubbornly denied them. They

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He called him to the truth but he did not submit to it. And he was not intensively to turn away from the revelations, rather he began to oppose them and strive to undermine them. Hence, Allah says of Him, He reflected that is he thought to himself and deliberated about saying something to undermine the Quran may perish how he deliberated again, may he perish how he deliberated because of because he's a degraded about something that was beyond him and tried to do something that he and his ilk will never be able to do. Then he looked around not saying a word, then he found and scaffold, what appears to be that case is that this was out of resentment and hatred towards the truth. Then he

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turned away in solidly and as a result of his intellectual, physical and verbal efforts, he said, this is nothing but magic handed down. This is nothing but the words of a human being. That is, this is not the words of ALLAH rather, it is the words of human beings, and it is not the words of good human beings. Rather, it is the words of evil doors and bad people, namely, liars and magicians may perish, how far away he was from the truth and how deserving he is of doom and perdition. How would anyone think we're imagined that the most sublime and greatest of words, the words of the almighty Lord, the majestic and most generous could resemble the words of poor, imperfect humans? How could

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this ever lie or dare to describe in such terms, the words of the law originates and recreates.

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Okay, so this is again, again about reading the movie already. I was one of the leaders and the,

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the sages of Makkah, and people looked up to him, and they would consult him with the important effects. So as Quraysh grew weary with the prophets of Allah and using them,

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they sent him many people to try to dissuade him from continuing with the message, one of the people who decided to speak to him, wasn't willing to minimally. So one day the person was seated in approach the Prophet salallahu Salam, and he wants to hear from the Prophet sorcerer. So the prophets also recited. So, he offered something to the prophesies. And that we could, you know, if you want, we can gather connect wealth from everyone, and you will give it to you, you will become the richest, or, you know, you can point at the most beautiful handsome woman in Mecca. And you know, we will guarantee that she marries you, whatever you want. The prophets Allah said, Okay,

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process started reciting Quran to him.

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And if I'm not mistaken, it was sort of from that mistake.

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And what even Lila and again, you have to understand, we have to understand how people of the time, people who reached that high level, and social economic status were extremely educated. They didn't necessarily read or write. But these people spoke the best Arabic language. They had a lot of exposure in life, and they have p these people memorize the best of poetry. And again, poetry was a sign of high status. So when we listen to that, it seems that the Quran really mesmerized him. He was touched by the Quran.

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So he left the province suddenly was supposed to give an answer to the people of Greece, but he didn't. He just ignored the whole thing. So one madman came to him and I am not sure but yeah, one man came to me and he said

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yeah, would you have again, was how can I say he was the troublemaker in all of my career. So he goes to the movie Allah He recognizes that he was affected by the Quran. Abu jihad is concerned now is concerned that if the movie starts to side with Mohamed Salah Salem, we are in real trouble. Because this is like one of the you can probably say one of the most influential people in Mecca, one of the richest

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and he had to get a lot of sons, a lot of children and a huge family. So Abigail came to him and he said in the poll, Makka Pakka, Merlin

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and Abuja he knows how to get like how to provoke people. He knows how to push their buttons. So he goes and he says, Your people are collecting money for you.

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Read says for what will lie in relation to animal Annie Kawana always knows that I am the richest in Maga. You collecting money for what you

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They said because they think that you were actually influenced by what Muhammad Sallallahu sallam said, so they want to give it give you some money, maybe you are looking for some money.

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Basically just provoking messing with.

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so he said, like, who? Why do you want to say that? What do you want me to? Like? Why do you want? Why are you thinking of that? He said, Because you went and you listened to Muhammad, and you didn't say anything bad about him.

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He said, What do you want me to see? So I'm gonna quote what he said. Very interesting. He said, listen, would you have said, say that the Quran is poetry? Or it's like stories.

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So we didn't realize that LAHIA Quraysh no one among you knows the poetry of the Arabs. Like I do.

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Know one among you knows the poetry of the gin like I don't do gin have poetry, yes.

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And what he says is not poetry. And then he says, in the holy hill near the Apollo, the Halawa, he says for the words that he says Quran, there is sweetness, we're in Chapala, and upon them there is like, icing or sugar.

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We're in a home.

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There must be mirin Allah. And the final outcome of these words are so fruitful, there are fruit sweet fruits coming out of these words, were in.

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We know the most maroon Allah who most of the OCONUS fellow who and the bottom part of it is so rich, is so rich and yielding meaning it keeps giving the depth of the Quran

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when Allah Allah when Allah and this kind of speech will be uppermost and it will never go down.

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We're in Nevada, you have the more math to hit the hole and it destroys everything else.

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Abuja had said, Well law, he will people will not be pleased with you will not be pleased with you until you say something. So he said, Let me think for a cup, he said that any of us, let me think. So he fought, he started to make up something. So he said

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this is closest to learn black magic.

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Thus, the is the conclusion that he could keep, you know, the Quraysh happy with it. Quran is more like magic that Muhammad learned from someone else. That's it. But again, this shows you the experience. So Allah subhanaw taala does what he talks about this person. Allah says,

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This person was rich was wealthy. And he thinks just because of their social status, because the he's rich, they deserve the truth more than Muhammad himself. So they thought the truth is personal, has to do with them,

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has to do with them. And that's, that's a big human flaw by the way. That's a big human flaw. And all of us have this kind of tendency, we tend to think is what I'm convinced with what I feel is right is the truth. We have to be careful that tendency, sometimes it is, the truth is actually the opposite of what you believe or what you think. So this is why a believer needs what something called a Tejon rodent at the job route is what

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impartiality, I am open to the truth, I have loyalty to nothing but the truth. Even when it's against me. The promises are unsaid and propodeal hubco LLF. Sick, that you tell the truth, see the truth, even when it's against you, say the truth. Oftentimes, we confuse what I'm convinced with or the impressions that I have or what I grew up with, with the truth. No. You always have to update your relationship with the truth. This is why you keep seeking knowledge. This is why the Prophet SAW Selim said baboon AMI theory about an idea called the Muslim seeking knowledge is an obligation upon every Muslim why? Because there's no limit to the knowledge. And there is no limit to the

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amount of confusion and inaccurate things that we were taught. A lot of our life, especially early life is a mixture of truth and falsehood. We get taught a lot of wrong things. We, you know, we get impressions that are inaccurate, and then they turn into very solid truths in our lives. We need to question them.

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So the believer is always looking for the truth. This is why the Prophet SAW Selim said into authentic heavy

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and heavy metal bilateral movement, and now we'll have our help will be that the way

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Islam, which is the truth, a form of the truth is the property lost property of a believer. Imagine you had something you lost it your let's say, this last winter you came to the masjid you left your jacket somewhere. Right? I'm very sorry you paid 800 bucks one of those expensive jackets or 1000 grand you pay the grand for a jacket. Right? You lifted the Masjid. You came the next day you didn't find it. You asked for it. No one saw the jacket. It's gone.

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Right? So this winter, you walk into the masjid and you find the jacket over that. You check it and it's yours. You know, it's yours. How happy are you? You sending have the sense of ownership has come back to you. Right? That's the relationship between the believer and wisdom, the truth, the truth is the lost property of the believer. This continue. Allah Subhan Allah says this type of people who know the truth rejected and not only that, proactively call against it, and slander it. So obviously he suffered one Abdullah can sell

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to booty. Well, you know what, let's leave that for tomorrow or for next week. Yeah, we'll leave this for next week. Inshallah, let's take a couple of questions.

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And then we'll conclude in that. So we reached

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so slowly, he circled, or is it? Yes, so 26. We'll start with 26 short one next Friday within that. And again, it will be at seven at seven time will be tight. But inshallah

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you know, August, September is very

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tricky questions.

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So, when it comes to the discussion, will you have the ultimate guidance for the believers? non believers between good and what is evil? If something isn't,

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I guess, as straightforward or mentioned directly. How do you go about

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navigating through I guess the great when it comes to like things that are the word is, I guess, not recommended? And then recommended, like, like not so you would like to wait? Yeah, okay. So good and evil. Yes, there are clear cut areas. And it goes down to areas where it's very hard to decide as well. And you're talking to here as to Muslim judgment versus non Muslim judgment. Right. So you talked about gray areas? Do you have an example in mind? Or just in general? If you can,

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I guess more personal stuff, but I mean, I just know like sometimes. Yeah, most definitely. But sometimes, it's not clear unless, let's say the government says no, this is good. This is bad. So like from a biased from other third parties. It's not as clear so I guess. Yeah, I guess Yeah. Okay, so good and evil, just like the structure of anything in the world. There are foundations, or primary components. These are the pillars, the principles. That's what you need to start with. You know, the problem with education is that there's no proper hierarchy with a lot of sciences acknowledges people go to the details before they figure out the principle.

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Sometimes you could use this as a teaching style, but only as an exception. This should not be the rule people go to the details of the tried to figure out details when they are clueless about principles.

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Nothing, there's no system whether it's that works like that, no system works like that. The same applies to good and evil,

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good and evil have main principles. If you don't acknowledge the big the greater goods, see them for what they are, do their personal relationship with them. Build a personal relationship with them, internalize them, get a taste, there is something called Taste, taste comes from personally engaging with something crucial it for example, is taste by the way. People think about visual as a thought, for sure. Whereas another thought, for sure is it taste comes as a result of an inner experience. So when you have a personal engagement with the with good, and with evil, the foundation's, what is the greatest good in existence?

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The worship of Allah, the Oneness of Allah. That is the biggest truth and the biggest good that's why people enter Jannah who people fulfill it antigen. Why? Because that's the biggest good

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because it's good. Now somebody thinks Okay, but what about can people into Jelena without praying and things like that, that's that's the wrong approach to it because when you have to wait, if you truly have to hate, you cannot ignore the prayer.

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So, the power of principles the power of the major points in good is that they are not isolated islands

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they branch out

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they feed into all of the other details, this is why they are important, this is why they are important because they have so much but they are the the focus they are the nucleus of something that their impact covers everything else. Okay. So, unless you establish yourself with the truths, the greatest truths the what is good, the greater good, be clear, cut good and build a strong relationship with with the good and a version to the the clear evils, you will develop a personal taste, a personal taste and this is what's called what

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it's called in Islam a few names but two of the main things that usually come up is philosophy of rasa.

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A strong sense of this kind of intuitive sense, personal taste, you can tell good from evil.

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You can tell good from evil. And number two is a cache

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cache which is revealing. Allah reveals the truth. This is why

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one over the tablet and I think it was going through he said, When Amara Sunita infc He now packable Heckman. Whoever abides by the Sunnah of the prophesy send them in their actions. Soon, sooner will come out of their mouth, their logic will start to be in line with the Sunnah. Why? Because they have a personal experience with the truth. So it comes natural to them.

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Woman Amara

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black woman Amala

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woman Amal Midata had NFC inoperable Ebola, and Whoever

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abides by Bidda innovations, things the profs are not prescribed

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in innovative ways of practicing Islam, what will come out of his mouth is misguidance.

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You subscribe to this system to that system. This is how you start to produce something of the same kind. The same thing applies to the truth if you don't establish a personal, strong, powerful, rich relationship with the good, the major good, the greater good, not good, what people know.

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A lot of what people say good is actually mine are good manifestations of good. The greater good is has to do with the greater realities of life. What are the greatest realities of life? Why was this life here in the first place for us to worship Allah, for us to love Allah, that's what worship is love Allah and fear Him and live a life as an expression of that love and fear.

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And there's a specific way to fulfill that. And that's the Islamic legislation and guidance and guidelines. That's it. So once you start engaging with that, and it really shapes you from inside, then you develop a taste which is philosophy and

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and cash will reveal to you this is why there's Hadith of the Prophet and salam at Taco vilasa. tell mommy, be careful of that kind of shrewd sense of the believer that they can see through things they can see through things. There is the second bit of it is weak. For Inaho young bull will be no real for the believer sees with the light from Allah.

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But that's a weak wording, but the meaning is correct. This is why I have no claim for example, says it will faint says about people who lower their gaze.

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He counted so many benefits that come from that.

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He said when people when a person lowers their gaze consistently, and it becomes the norm, Allah rewards them with what mostly

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they can yada yada.

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So the person has a deep insight, they could recognize what's good and what's true.

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So these gray areas

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now could the believers and good ones differ about some of those gray areas? Yes. Because the manifestation of good and evil sometimes gets affected by circumstantial conditions. Yeah, okay. So there are for example, because in every situation you will find usually you will not find good

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Then evil, you will find competition between two goods, you have to choose one of them and sacrifice the other, or competition between two evils you have to commit one of them to avoid the other. Which one are you going to commit? If you commit the lesser evil?

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Oh, sorry, if not, if you decide to avoid the lesser evil because it's evil, you're inevitably going to fall into greater evil. That would be one a poor choice. And that would be a sin.

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That would be a sin. But I avoided that evil. Yes, you avoided that evil only to fall in the greater evil, and that would be the worst choice.

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So this is why the Prophet SAW Selim. Why didn't he kill the hypocrites? Despite all the damage, the casualties? The death they brought to the Muslims the confusion? Why didn't the prophets of salaam told them?

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It was good. Yeah, there will be great benefit to rip the muscles of the hypocrites. But killing the hypocrites would have brought about greater evil or would have compromised a greater good which is the good reputation of the of Islam and the Muslims to see because people don't know hypocrites. Outsiders only see the companions of the Prophet sighs and so when some of them are being killed, it's gonna look to everyone else.

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that Muhammad is killing some of his companions. So he must be a tyrant.

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And that would deter people from Islam meaning deter them from the path that leads to Janna the problem did not want to deny people that chance.

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Okay, so sometimes some situations are very complex, and yes, so people have more experience in life, people have more wisdom in life, people have a better general demeanor are more likely to find out the truth in specific situations. Okay? Or this is a big topic and very interesting but in Islam, but there's a good study in that of that, by the way, in the

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Messiah when my facet, very, very thorough study by the scholars about these details

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are often AI monka. And joining the good forbidding the evil, there's details don't studies, especially with me only talks about this. He he shows you how what you think is good could actually bring about evil consequences. And sometimes it's counterintuitive. So it's not only blind, you know, virtuous or moral sense. No, if you don't even tell me it says Milam er is

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more than

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well worth it. I feel

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fairly cynical, and you're the one who doesn't know what Allah wants from his Sharia. What are the goals? What are the the final ends of Sharia, and the details of the actual situation can never give up and should never give up?

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Right? Why because you need to understand the situation. Yeah, you can't give a fatwa in a culture you don't understand.

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You can't if you don't understand the culture you shouldn't because there are things you won't understand that it will lead you to the wrong judgments. Okay, so I hope this helps inshallah babble masala and the facet is very, very big. The issue of a little bit more advanced battery law so they actually study all of that.

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She would find something you definitely find everything is translated now. They translate a lot of stuff. One more question. Quick question. Probably.

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Quick question.

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Okay. hulless will let you go in sha Allah, Allah there's only two minutes later the other also last 100 videos on using them see you next week in sha Allah at seven o'clock and sisters if you can start making your wages up on the Highland so that

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you can get this area ready for this Allah

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