Soorah Al-Kaafiroon

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hamdulillah he livi lamesa element pudiera sobre la wa sallam Allah man, porcelain, NASA bashira one of the robot we have to sort of get through and a bit of background information first and foremost about the soul of the kuffaar. Of course, of course, they laid siege and hold the Muslims with many accusations and they fought them they persecuted them boycotted them. And when the Muslims did not give up the deen, then they became desperate. So they wanted to compromise with the Prophet Muhammad and the Muslim so the co founder of Qureshi press wrestler and they said Look, how about you worship our gods for one day? We worship Allah for one day.

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Okay, how about we worship Allah for a week? You worship our God for a day? No. How about we worship Allah for a year you worship Allah for? We worship Allah for you, you worship our gods for a day.

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What is the solar say? No way. The laws are mentioned that they want you to compromise, sir, they can compromise what do we know today? He know for you the you know, they want you to compromise as well, because I've got no problem compromising. Why? Because coffee is falsehood and falsehood can accept any other falsehood. True, and falsehoods are many. That's what a lot refers to go for as blue mat in the plural. Why? clearer because there's many Buddhism falsehood, Christianity false with Judaism false with chia ism, false would, but when it comes to Islam, Allah mentioned in singular, no, it's not a Noir, because the truth is one and what is after truth except falsehood,

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one plus one equals

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200. And something I was getting worried, an awkward pause. One plus one equals to any other answer. There are multiple other answers true or false. So what after truth except falsehood as a lot of debt is mentioned? So this sorta was revealed to respond to them a lot of good revealed boy, yeah, you will say, oh, disbelievers. So a lot of Julie's addressing Russell law here. And of course, by extension, us the meaning, so say, oh, disbelievers. So that's a bit of background information to this sort of sort of capital.

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And in terms of the IRS starts with, I won gold.

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Let's look at this word, no.

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One means what my brothers Say yes,

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say Oh, disbelievers. Now we've taken this word multiple times where

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I had put out a little bit fella put out arabinose but amazingly, it comes with a different meaning every time that's the eloquence and brilliance of the Quran. So a call here has many meanings. It says it basically translated let's say that's true. In other words, what is this in Arabic?

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What's the federal Shabaab

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He's being commanded Rasul Allah is being commanded to say this. A lot could have addressed the kuffar just yeah, even if you don't, but why? Well, it's a command Rasul Allah is telling them indirectly look this religion you want me to compromise. I've been commanded by Allah. It's not mine to change around. I can't compromise because not my religion. So of course, is an indication This is a command from Allah. In other words, Islam is a command from Allah, the beauty there, Allahu Akbar. So that's the first lesson that this religion

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is from Allah. It's a command from humans.

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When something is yours, yeah, you can twist it, change it, modify it, but when it's not yours, you have no right to do so. So Allah azza wa jal is telling him say this, so they understand look, Allah told me to say this, so it's not my religion.

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Number two, Allah azza wa jal you notice here.

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It's called to Rasul Allah. Yes, it's an address to the messenger. What is the address to the messenger imply? That allowes really is not addressing the kuffar directly in other words, it's third person is saying, oh, listen, just say this to them why?

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Isn't due to his anger is upset with him. So a lot doesn't address the kuffaar directly. So a third person was used.

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Why? Because of anger, we understand this when you're angry with someone you say, okay, go to that brother please look, I don't want to talk to him. Right. And sometimes your parents when you were young boy, look go to the corner face the what I don't want to see you don't talk to me. So you don't want to talk to them directly. So when you talk to someone directly, right, it can imply love and so forth. And at times you can talk to someone directly if you're really upset that happens at times in the Quran. But generally speaking allows you to does not address that before just like we saw in certain method, what are the law say that bettiah dalkia Bella yo Hannes arabela

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Budget his hands because he was upset with him. He hates him. So that's the end that's another lesson we can learn from coil that Rasulullah has been commanded the command is directed to the messenger. third lesson.

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The profile is slow to slam is declaring his borrower as one that will borrow basically your allegiance and this allegiance, allegiance to the believers. And this allegiance to gopher and its people, so he's declaring his disavow to what they are worshipping and them as well. And this surah By the way, social capital is linked with another surah What is it?

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called? Holla Holla? Yes, if you remember in the clause we discussed that how they linked even though they're not together and the most of how they linked the name.

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And the name Sora to the hula, hula hula had and this surah is also considered the clause. Why? Because this surah it's also about Islam. What's his last name first?

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Not sincerity, purity, purity, Lebanon, Holly soil, as I mentioned in the Quran purity. So what does it do to you? It purifies you so follow Allah wa purifies what, your your heart Your Eman inside this Surah Al calphalon purifies externally Yes. And your actions like Abu metabo don't i don't worship you worship, so called hula purifies you internally. This sort of purifies you externally. And amazingly, certainly this loss, if you remember, has another name. It's called sudra toolbar. It's also about this association of gopher and its people. So there's the connection there. So he's declaring his dis allegiance is disavow. It's called Bara,

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this association.

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So that's another implication that we learn from code. So basically, we declare our allegiance to Allah, the messenger and the believers.

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And we declare our disassociation from the kuffar and what they worship.

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And you have some brothers who say,

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they make their own videos and they go on YouTube, you have to have tech feed, and our COVID taho 20 times a day. And if you don't do that, then you're gonna fail mortared cafe, every day, the same video, same video, same videos, and amount of beloved tacos every time heavy release is embedded in the Quran. And the sooner as you can see here, the fact that you recite these sore, and you read these ahadith and you understand them, it's implied. And we've mentioned this over and over, we found the in sorella hub, we found the answer to this loss over and over. So it's embedded these brothers, they basically expect you to go out every single day and make tech feed on every single

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cavity say cafard cafergot Muslim cafe cafe, right and you have to basically put on your newsfeed, Twitter or Facebook that you know obama is a cafe at least least once a day. So you know, I sort of never did that as a hobby. I never did that. And neither did the surface oil at the price predecessors because you can find these concepts embedded within the IRS right here. And that's the problem with these brothers they they go on they want to make food on the world and if you don't do that, then you're a Catholic as well. And we've seen the videos we have to mention any names but this happens a lot homestand

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another benefit we can learn from coil is to say as we said that's what it means is that the kufr need to hear this from us. Literally look we are different you are too far we are not we are different say this let him hear it. Sometimes Muslims I get down with their own way they think you know what make Islam look like it's similar to this their religion once a brother was giving down to a Christian and he was saying how are we similar Jesus and marry him and we're so similar similar similar and on and on at the end of the conversation. The Christian said the fruits are similar Why should I accept Islam or just as a Christian?

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back for I know we are different and this is what asuma did from the onset of his Tao from its inception when he went to the mountain of a software we've taken it sort of lab he said in in a data lake Campania they are they have been Allium I'm a plain one have a terrible punishment? Yes, so he warned them this is a punishment you don't suffer it's hellfire. Now of course this because they hear from you doesn't mean you are unwise Yella, in you are from the people have their phone. No, no, no. We don't know the unseen but rather we say what you are on good for. If you die on that Excel file, we can say you 100% because they might they may revert and you don't also can't

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guarantee for yourself gender. And I've got a ticket to paradise right here. Really, if you have the massage in your pocket, you can say that. But if you're going to be accepted, that's another issue altogether. So they have to hear this so that this is down in other words, so it lets the non Muslims hear it because it's cool to say it to them.

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Another benefit

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and finally, it's cold, not cold. What's the difference between oil and Kuru

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accent call is when you're addressing

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One person, an individual who knows when addressing a group. So I'll say all of you who say this, so when you're addressing a people, it's all new. Now, it's not good. Oh, it's addressing one rasulillah. But we said, it's an extension us as well. So we have to do the same. Now why did Allah Allah,

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Allah azza wa jal is showing us that Rasulullah is so courageous, he's gonna stand up for the truth, even if he's an individual called jasola he's gonna do, he's going to bundler. He's going to give the dollar even if you are alone, then beyond the truth. It's not always about numbers. Sometimes you're not gonna have the numbers. Even the Muslims here in Australia are what 2% out of the whole population. Yeah, they're so worried about us this 2% You know, we're such a threat to them. And we're not of course, our history in Sydney, and Australia has proven that, but 2% is causing them to go nuts. Allahu Akbar. Virginie for 50% what's gonna happen inshallah one day that'd be 100 as well.

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So of course, look at the benefits we can learn from just one word. So it's an individual command, to indicate the prophets courage.

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He's going to stand up to the floor, with or without the Sahaba as Allah said,

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when the profile is sort of semi digital, he was in the cave with our worker, and no one was there to protect us from the kafala there but of course, Allah azza wa jal, he was the one who looked after his messenger. And later on years later, our lives have revealed this sort of Toba electron pseudo nesara hula if you don't give the Prophet victory Allah already granted in victory. In other words, Allah was really saying you were there. When the foreigner surrounded that cave. None of you were there to protect us hula, but I did. In other words, what is the nature it doesn't need us? Lots of is going to give him victory whether he is

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alone or not. So the question is not his victory coming. But the real question when matter of when and are we going to be part of it?

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Is it called initial?

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You might

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you might have to bring a four seasons in here. Sometimes you can prepare me to actually got hot.

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Maybe I'll put it down a little bit. Yeah. What do you think? What do you think? Is it all right? Or is it

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who thinks it's a bit cold? I don't know. I like it, actually. But I just worried about the brothers. Okay. Hello.

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Have to come prepared.

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Pull one word, amazing.

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Next word is what?

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Yeah, yeah.

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What's yeah mean?

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Yeah. Oh, when you are calling someone's translating. Oh, so and so. Now this in Arabic is called the

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accent? Yeah. l monada. When you're calling someone Yeah. Oh, so and so. Oh, so and so. You don't need to use that in English. Oh, Fer D. Don't use that. But this is what how it is in Arabic. What's something that comes close to an English? Hey, that's right. So think of it as Hey, oh is Hey, basically. So yeah, it's like, Hey, hey, I see. So it's called Yeah, and monada was near the united in Arabic used to call someone and this is called

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harmful NIDA in Arabic

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is basically it's a health. It's a word that is used to call now in Arabic The year

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is used to call someone who is far away

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at a distance.

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If you want to call someone who's close to you, would you use

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winner the winner who? Abraham a? Because it was close. So when it's close, it's a

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that's what closeness

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Now, why did the messenger be command? What was he commanded to say? Yeah, someone who's fired when he's addressing them? They're not far away.

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Why would Why would it be Yeah, not a

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cent. These people are far from the truth. They far off. Yeah, you will catch on right literally. So that's among the many benefits. So yeah, I was used extension.

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Although they're not close physically. I mean, they're close physically. They beliefs are far off

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the beliefs of the

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far off far from the truth.

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Also in Arabic You can use Yeah, for someone who's close. Yeah. Mohammed Ahmed, even though they are physically close, but their mind is far away in other words hoffler is useful. hoffler when a person heedless, yeah, you wake up, right? That happens a lot Yaki Lt. So it's used

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in a state when a person is in a state of hoffler. Offline Arabic means he listeners

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so their body is close. But their mind is far.

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These people had lists before the Shura. Allah created them on the fifth floor. And then when they get older, they worship someone else. Does that make sense? Imagine you had a child you raise them, nurture them, feed them, clothe them did everything they get older. You know, my dad, neighbor, Joe is what an insole tala and I'm not gonna say what our parents would say after that, or stop there for now. I have to keep it clean.

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That's an insult and a half. How disrespectful. What an ungrateful ingrate,

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honestly, so imagine the person who's been blessed by Allah given everything ability to talk, walk, see, smell the five senses, in fact, even life, and then they worship other than Allah. So these people are far off the truth. And these are, these were people who are heedless.

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you might say, Okay, wait a minute.

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Yeah, is used for someone who's far but Ally's closest is closer to us than our juggler veins as he stated, why do we say yeah, Rob. It's used also, for someone who has a high position yet further away, high position. So even though a lot of that is closed, close to us, it's used for someone who is high in terms of a high status.

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So these are among the benefits of Yeah, but it's also used for someone who is lonely, whether

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a lonely status or lonely literally.

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He went down into the hole, right? Hey, yeah, right. So it's you someone in literally faraway low beneath you, not just high but also in status. So which one's applied to this? Ayah cool. Yeah, you healthcare field. Which ones?

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mustn't all of them except three. So that would be for example, an example. Yeah. When you're calling upon a lot.

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Still on a one.

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Take? Yeah. Next word.

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Are you huh? And then as capital

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now if you want to add a leaf lamb to word when you're calling someone you have to you can say, Are you her? So yeah, are you hell? Malik. Yeah. Are you her Rajan? irisa. Yeah, Roger. No. So here is for when you want to specify you people. So that's why you heard was inserted of the other benefits, but we don't want to spend too much time on that. But you want to say, yeah, it was a shame. You say? Yeah.

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Otherwise, you could say yeah, we thought Alif Lam. Yeah, she Yeah, she's right. So if you want to add the olive lamb, you add a

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calf Iran.

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Well, yeah, you hold capital. What's the common translation suburb capital, disbelievers? Yeah,

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disbelievers. Now linguistically the word gaff Iran came from Kapha. What does scaffold mean?

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What is it?

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That's close, very close. To cover. calf Allah in Arabic means subtler.

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subtler and subtler in Arabic means to cover.

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Mr. Carver, that's what the current is called. What?

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What's the current called anerobic

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Sitara? Yes, Sitara because it covers you. That's what the words chitarra came from from satara. So cafetera linguistically means to cover.

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So how's it connected to disbelievers?

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They cover the truth literally and their mind has been covered. It's been literally like as a shower. The hearts have been sealed as the could fall for you. Even if they see the truth. They hear the truth. They're not going to be convinced why because their hearts have a seal on them. It's been covered literally. They've covered the truth so much with the filth of the ideologies or concepts of Kufa, and that's why for now and he saw the miracles of masa, he saw that shining white hair and he saw the stuff he saw the ocean split into 12 different channels. He saw it all But guess what? didn't believe Why get fit by definition. If you open up the word gaffin dictionary, you'll see

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frown space right there.

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Literally covered completely covered. So like covered him also in destruction when hamdulillah and that's why the farmer linguistik is called what

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I said because the farmer is he covers the seed with the soil and sort of Hadid I 20

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Hello says camellia wife in a Java kasana bateau, dislike voice rain that pleases the farmers. Allah said camellia Whiting our Java.

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Here Kufa refers to farmers a lot used the word prefer to refer to the farmers

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because they cover that's their job literally to cover cover.

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Now if your uncle's a farmer Don't call him Kevin.

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Kevin, I was Avila

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I just learned in business class and he calls me up he starts abusing me.

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I fella so but it just shows you the linguistic meaning was used there so to hide it.

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So these people have covered the truth.

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What am Allahu Allah coleauxv him literally so their hearts have been sealed, they've been covered up.

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Now the fact that our saliva is told to say Gaffey rune. And by the way, this is another proof that you can call the confocal firm is like calling an app on apple, orange or orange. It's that simple. Some people say no, you can't call them call for No, this is this is not changing the Quran Rasul Allah was told to say that, and he had the best of luck. It's not luck, brother Rasulullah had the best of luck, the best manager he said polio has given he sent it to them. And that hurt them. Why? Because Rasul Allah, Allah, so too slim always speak the truth. They said math while Mohammed and che and electron, everything he said happened. So hurt them. Well, You've insulted the law. So

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really, you've voted upon themselves. So this is also another benefit of the doubt that yes, you are kofod you've disbelieved. And this is part of our manage.

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Now, next, we're done with a one called La Budo. methadone. And from here, we're pretty much gonna almost finish the sooner because a lot of the words that come up almost repeated and similar. So are you to

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LA Abu matava, what's a common translation?

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Awesome. I don't worship what you worship. In other words, you worship idols, you worship false deities, and don't do that, that Abu methadone. So once again, showing them that we are different, we're not the same. Yeah, we may share similarities and has no problem using Heckman showing that but at the end of the day, the fundamentals are different. Well, mabuni out about it for hover button, this is a slider, whatever is built on falsehood, so it's false. So there is no point when you're discussing with a Judeo Christian or Buddhist, there's no point in going to the furore the branches of the religion, go to the zoo and start from the base level, literally the root of the

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problem, literally, so uproot that problem. That's what you have to do. So start at the base level, and discuss those things that we differ with fundamentally, in that problem going to those external issues, or secondary, rather, secondary issues. Like now what do you drink alcohol? Yeah, that's a problem. But however, that's secondary. If they truly believe the court animals revelation, then I would abandon it. So it go back to the fundamentals. That's very important.

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And first is a course called fundamentals of Islamic Mia. It's taught every Saturday is what I do brother flat. So if you're interested in learning the fundamentals, or

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that was a good plugin, yeah, it came naturally. I didn't intend that. But if you want to learn the fundamentals, or if you've already learned them, but you want to have a refresher course, therefore, brothers and sisters every Saturday here,

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let Abu Abu Abu

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in Arabic

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is to worship here. Now, is that a verb or a name? Abu Dhabi, I don't worship, what are you saying? I don't engage in that action. It's a verb. What type of verb is a past tense or present tense?

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Let Abu?

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Present Yeah. It's the present. It's called Madonna in Arabic. Now, what does the Madonna indicate? Present tense. And if you remember, future tense, so you're saying when you say Labradoodle, I don't worship now. And I'm never going to worship these false deities in the future. So the Madonna was used in Arabic.

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And the mcgautha indicates present and future tense.

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And the profile is not to slam never frustrated to an oil never committed chick even in even prior Prophethood. So if he never did it before, how is he ever going to do in the future now that he's received? Why? So he's basically saying, Look, I've never done it before. How am I ever going to do in the future? Let Abu Mehta was never the verb was used. And here it indicates the Masada present tense and future tense. Not now not never.

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Let Abu

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or worship What? You worship the word man what because these are deities, right that have no effect what is not an abdomen taboo. I don't worship who you worship. It's what the word male was used. And you understand that because these are deities, they are objects and you say, Matt, however, what's the next

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one and Tom and neither do you?

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worship what I worship?

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And neither do you.

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Neither was he telling them you think you wish him along? You're not because you are ascribing a partner to him.

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Now, what's interesting is the word math we can understood understand the word matter used for them, but what about its use here?

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Well, and to my abdomen, you don't worship man, I would want what I worship, it's not who I worship in Arabic.

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Ma, is different from men. What's men men?

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Say man, however, who right Who? Who is that? But if I said, Man, I have a What is that?

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Now usually, when you're praying to Allah, what would you use?

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Who was a mentor would hoody worship? Who is Allah? Who you want to say man? Usually, the word man is used for what and when do you use what in English something which is not referring to a person or human or someone without intellect like an object? I want to say Who is this?

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Okay, what is this true someone who knocks on the door who has actually it's called the Arabic after which is in intellect. someone knocks you say men had you didn't say

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yeah, what is that the doorman?

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Right? So we understand that in English I list that first one was shocking.

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So in Arabic, it's the same thing. So the point is what is useful in Arabic it's called hide often

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no intellect, no intelligence, no rational thinking. Whereas a man is used for something which has or has occurred, which is further often

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what an entrance

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fee This is the recording of describing the difference when someone walks in the door we say men but the way you entered my head What's going on?

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Perfect timing. With intellect with

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now I care for once approached a brother and he came to me said this brother is accusing Quran of being wrong. He said here that abdomen abdomen abdomen abdomen should have been men because during to Allah Allah has intellect is why are you using a laser does it intellect you'd expect it to be a man. So I said to him say to him, Matt Macaca.

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Now you refer to a person and we said, Matt, you can use math to refer to something which has intellect. You say marriage Malika mer. Used ma here? In other words, what? What a beautiful brother you are. You can use math for intellect as well. In Arabic, it's called Matt atod dubya when you amaze that something when you're amazed. So I say marriage Malika. How beautiful. What? What an amazing brother. Man. autoboca What, you know, beautiful brother also had to translate.

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Yeah, what a taste for brother. Okay, we'll leave the room now.

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And you can use it to praise as we just didn't use it to this praise. He said, Man, I'm Africa. I said to him, because he was trying to use coming not out of sincerity but coming and being harsh. And these other missionaries are so mad. I'm Africa. How stupid are you literally and he was an imbecile because we said man means what? So what an imbecile what stupidity you are talking. So here the man it's called marathon juvia that's the first benefit we can learn

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Mataji beer. So it's the mayor of amazement.

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And you use that in English? Yeah.

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You say what a player?

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Sure you can use it. What a handsome Brother What an intelligent fellow you can use in English what to refer to something which has intellect. So that's that's the point there. So when you're saying now here, basically,

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Honey, what an amazing dti worship literally alone. And what pathetic deities you worship. That's why Mel was you so you're amazed and it was greatness but for them you're amazed at their stupidity, which

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Usually you create an idol and then you worship it doesn't make sense. You're the maker. And that's what he was saying once

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laughing and then crying. There was the vice versa.

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He was laughing and then crying.

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He was he was forgot which one was first, but basically why laughing? Because how are no crying first crying because how stupid we were we used to make our idols out of dates. He was just crying over his stupidity. Why are you laughing? Because then we got hungry. We studied it

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as loving as stupid. Are we? So so funny to him afterwards? So he was upset crying because he was committing? Should we still make our idols it's really out of date. And when we got angry,

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and this one

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will lie. That's

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that's what she does to you. Literally, it blinds you.

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Another benefit of being used?

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Oh, I forgot to mention, I would forgot to mention this has already done. We said the Abba dinner which means to worship here. But it's another meaning. The word Abba is connected to us. Yes, we've already discussed this. What is a slave? Yes. So when you're saying I don't worship what you worship, that's only half the meaning was the extra meaning.

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I sent RNA slave myself to what you enslave yourself to what so you save yourself to women to desires you save yourself to the dollar. So that's another added meaning. So we forgot to mention that. That Abdo methadone, literally, I don't worship, I didn't save myself to what you save yourself to another benefit of mahiya being used.

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The mayor was is referring to as a doctor, a similar he said, This man, the word is referring to worship.

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What worship I do is not the worship you do and what worship you do is not the worship I do your worship. And what it means to you is to go to the church, for example, once a week, that's your worship. That's your idea of worship. But my idea and what worship I do is far greater. So that's another meaning of being used. What worship, worship, we worship five times a day, at least in the Salah. And there's other forms as upon why you'd think logically, if people were only taught to go to the mosque or a church once a week, once a week, we expect to have more numbers or less numbers more as opposed to religion where people are obliged to pray five times a day on a daily basis seven

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days a week, you expect to get tired and fatigued less. But the panel or the numbers we have every salah and the massages are more than what they get once a week on a Sunday. Why? Because it's truth.

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Exactly. Because it's the hardest thing what the truth does, the Muslims come and they don't get fatigued the last region. So what worship we do, you can't compare.

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So what it means to you also your worship is very low once a week or whatever. Now Ours is a full time thing and that's why we said our booth is comes from ABS which is a slave so we worship Allah and we are slaves to Allah as a big difference as we've already mentioned this before. And so a Muslim For example, He can worship but he's not a slave. Some brothers he only stopped smoking in Ramadan. For some sisters she only wears the hijab when she's praying. So this is not what Allah just wants from us isn't just worship, but he wants slavery at the same time because you can be praying but what are you doing between those times you could be Abdullah while praying Bob The

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Shadow Man, you know.

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And when I was in one mentioned the country when I went overseas, because it could be a brother that's from that country. You know, I can call us literally the women would go to the master pray.

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Okay, you didn't know.

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You know, actually that was in this country. She would go to the mosque to pray and without hijab and what in the masjid though, have these literally any rent a hijab? Basically rent a hijab all lined up and pick your job and Karla multeq this one a printer lm done, hang it up, walk outside, literally so that's not only the abdomen abdomen, it's not just worship, but what about being a slave? Yes.

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Yeah, happens. That's right.

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That's true. hamdulillah so that's the beauty of MMA. And finally, we're going to take in terms of the is just two more things. Then the next day was Aya for Shabaab.

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One and two might be doing an abduction.

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Who needs this on the board

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I forgot to enter my be doing my avid

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I know that I you worshippers of what I worship next ayah

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I five

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wanna enter my be doing no matter what. So it seems like to repeat Yeah. I don't worship what you worship, neither do you worship what I worship. And I don't worship what you worship and all

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The dealership It looks like a repetition Yeah, it looks like that but it's actually not quote according to Dr. Wade lotto who is a linguistic Master, you should type in a doctor or a lottery and listen to his stuff. Amazing. Well, a lot of amazing stuff he's got the field of autism and other sore and sabbatical amazing he's like the next similar toy animal him he said repetition yeah is one of what some of the other method is to repeat why you repeat something to get your message across here. Did you hear me did you so you repeat it? Yeah, I'm not gonna say it again. But you end up saying it again. So you can repeat it why like daddy there's a threat etc. However, there's another

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meaning. Let's go back now. What was added to

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this surah is about negating worship. Yeah. Now if we look at

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when it comes to us as Muslims

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and here the Prophet is the one who's being told

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and if we compare that to the roofer, you'll notice something amazing.

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I utterly sorry What was it?

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The Abdo method was what was Abuja? Was that a neighbor of a who can remember a verb Yeah.

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An engage in the work that you do. Then I a three

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one anthem IV Dune, you are not Abby doing the word I be doing? Is it a verb or a name based on universal principles?

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It's an essence How do you know it's an ism a name or a noun? How do you know?

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That's true? What about if you haven't said it's

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okay if we don't from a habit from the five ways we can identify. But you hit the nail on the head? 100%?

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Not the Well no, no is that and

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I'll be doing a flip through one of the ways to identify in Assam is it's plural. It can be pluralized that's the such a word. It can be made into a plural then 100% It's a name and title. So when it came to them, the noun was used. You are not worshippers the noun now Go back. Go sorry continue for a

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while and to assume we did we just discussed

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we did a two a three a four. Yes. What have you done? Yes, now refers back to us. And neither am I a bit what's ibid worshippers are the name or a verb and name. Now we're going back and forth. This is important it's a name it's a noun. Then go Finally I have five

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well enter my habit and you know i'll be doing and what have you done worship? Is that a name or have a

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name I be doing plural of abit. One word can be plural. It's a name. It's a noun.

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When it came to the kuffar, what did we negate? We negated them as nouns in other words, you generally speaking, you always basically as a title as a name, because that's what names indicate something which is long term. I engaged in Kufa.

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Other times with the kuffar call upon Allah sincerely, Are there times when they do that? Yes, when

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I throw out I see meclizine Allah hodin pure hulless colleague, Allah Allah help us when the plane starts to descend right about to have an accident or a car crash, whatever the case may be, call upon a large region, so they do at times, but generally speaking, they own the title of Kufa, they own the title. However, when it came to us and rasulillah here, what was negated both why

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the noun in other words, that's like the general title. In other words, think about like as a title, never the why worship, but a person who has a title, let's just say have a doctor or a teacher to have breaks, they do so not always engaged in it, there's a break where they may do something else. So the verb was used also to indicate that we absolutely never, ever engaged in shirk, whether it's as a noun, full time, or even part time, even for a moment, because the difference between the noun and the verb is what the noun is temporary or permanent, and the verb is temporary. So both were applied for us, in other words, is never going to be a time ever will we engage in should not even

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temporarily not even as an action as a one off, but for them. Yeah, generally speaking, you never worship Allah azza wa jal, generally speaking, but there are times where it's us. So here wasn't just Yeah. It's hard to explain, but I hope I got the message across. But when it came to them, yeah, generally speaking, you don't want to pull up but there are at times, but for us, no, there's never a time of worship your idols ever. It's not allowed. In fact, the person who does that it's goofy. That's why both there wasn't the crowd here. It wasn't repetition, but rather there's a meaning of Los Angeles giving us amazing. And finally the last al lecom Dino guanidine last is it

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Dean, you have your dean I have mine yeah what is Dean mean? Religion This is clean you have your religion of mind once again showing us that we are different you have your own religion we have ours not to make Islam look like it's the same as everything else. But there's another meaning to Deen What was it?

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Yeah way of life that you adopt good sense. So you have your way of love we have our sin. And

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it can mean a Santa learn your Medina because of Dane because Dane is a debt. So a payback literally. So here I can refer to

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a consequence.

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right because you're more Dean is that they have consequence. And that's why the Arab would say karma to Dino to Daniel, you reap what you sow. So the word Deen can mean an end result or consequence

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can mattino to them. So it's not just you have your religion, we have ours, but you have your consequences of your deen religion, and we have our consequences of ours. So how does that link to the sort of that we just took last week? Amazing connection is where we end. So we've taken all the words linked with the previous sore.

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Think of sorbitol calf, Iran, the surah as on top of a triangle, and there's two other sort of that come after it. Why did we take last week? Sort of the nos?

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And the one before that method,

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Abu lahab.

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The consequence of our Deen is Elijah and us reload for victory.

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And the consequence of your deen is, so you're still an add on that will have the fire. So think of it like that literally. So that's how it connects. And that's why I said previous sewer plural, I didn't say surah. So it connects with the other sore. And that's how amazingly sort of capitalism connects with sort of the nos and certain method, your consequence, or your consequence of your religion is the fire as mentioned in the bad data available water. And the consequence of our religion is victory or hamdulillah. But it gets better.

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After certain method, how many CEU are remaining nakulan two, then three, another three. So you can do another triangle? What's at the head of those three, the next pseudo live loss, what did we say about caffeine and alcohol loss?

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They share the same name so they link here. So they link in name they link in meaning and also their link here they both at the top of the triangle. And likewise with the the class has two options as well. What affects you as loss and this sort of was all about a lawyer towhead your belief in the law, internal factors and external factors true. So the external factors in certain follow.

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Like magicians, sorcery, witchcraft, like the night, like people are jealous, those are external factors that affect you as lasciato hate your connection with Allah. And there are internal factors in found in sort of the nurse the shaitan, and his whispers.

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So you see that amazing connection between Catherine and Claus it's literally they connect.

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And they both the head of the triangle and they both have the same meanings. And amazingly Rasulo would connect these two many times when sooner praise sooner Frasier also, so number also atoma literally at McCauley below him and and what's amazing what an amazing connections upon so those two sewer basically you can see that connection. And finally, let's link the Surah Al Cafiero from beginning to end. What's the first word in the surah?

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called the command? What's the last word of the surah? The Deen religion, what's the connection? command religion, or the religion?

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This religion is all about obeying the commands of Allah literally. That's what that's the difference between you and a gaffer that you obey Allah, it's a command. So that's what Islam is about. It's at least Islam to submit to submit to the commands of Allah. And also that this religion is a command from Allah, that we're asking, Rasul Allah to compromise. I can't it's not my Deen not my religion. I can't compromise and as we already mentioned, at the beginning of the sore and the beginning of the lesson, so that's another connection you find from the beginning to the end, a lot of work but amazing, just six hours, but the lessons are profound. Allows Magellan allow us all to

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have a deeper understanding of these remarkable soar and allows remarkable words Amen. subchronic aloha morbihan digna showed one law in silica wanted to win it