The Messengers – Day 18 – Prophet Musa (Peace Be Upon Him) Part II

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Day 18 of ‘The Messengers’ series – Ramadhan 2015 presented by Sheikh Muiz Bukhary at Masjid Noor, Maldives.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa sallam. ohada ashrafi cambia evil musetti in me, you know Habib, you know karate Aruna Hamad bin Abdullah la vida alihi wa sahbihi of bersatu Adam with the steam back.

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All praise and thanks we don't mind your boss Hannah machala, who is no doubt our Creator sustainer and Alicia protector and Kira. We asked Eliza Joe to shower his choice of blessings and salutations upon her beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his family members, his companions and all those who tread upon his path with utmost sincerity until the day of Thea.

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So hamdulillah Today we are going to continue with the story of masala histological salam, if only someone can remind us as to where we left on Sunday. So that was

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I seem to have forgotten

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any idea.

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We mentioned something about two things being placed in front of him.

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He yanked the beard around, around ordered for him to be killed and who intervened.

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His wife Brown's wife, Asya, she intervene. And two things were placed in front of Masada. His mouth was around.

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One we said was a burning piece of coal. And the other one report says it was a date and another post said it was a piece of rock. Anyway, Masato ceram he stretches his hand to take the drill the rock or the date and he did not stretch his hand to take the coal. But then Allah subhanho wa Taala declared otherwise and an angel came in and you know, pushed his hand towards the coal. He put the coal in his mouth and he burned his tongue because of that, thereby developing stammer as we mentioned. So now musala to ceram. he grows up to become a strong, athletic young man. He grows up to become a strong, athletic and young man musar is to surround allies Virgil talks about him in the

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novel for an while am Bella Bella I should

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work at Danny can mazzini What am I Bulava should the Boo, Tina?

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What am I shoot the who was the VA and when he attained his full strength, okay, and became a man an adult, say now

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We bestowed upon him hope man in the sense of prophethood the right judgment of certain things you can bring all of that in that particular meaning. We're ilma and Allah subhanho wa Taala gave him knowledge as well, because the ilica Nigel masini and this is how we reward the good doers, the ones who have brought in etc. So that he grew up to become a young and strong man and in general musar is that was ram he was an individual with a very strong athletic build muscle his dad was around. He was a very strong muscular individual. And he held a high position like I mentioned in the previous session amongst the tivity Yun amongst the cops as well as the panel is raw in for the ones who

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perhaps missed the previous session. I'm not talking about police cops, talking about the Egyptian cops with a tea at the end. Yeah, Timothy Yun cops as well as the fellow Israel. So he had a high position amongst the two. And he used to visit his home as well. His mother, his sister, his brother Harun, he used to go back and forth from the palace home home palace. Now one day he enters the city. This was after he had grown up and he enters the city. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions Weatherford Almudena tada he neova flightsim Minh and Li Hua Hua Jaffe ha Raja July 2018.

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She it he was

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doing so he moves around, he enters the city

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and Athenian Wafula in the sense at a time when the people were all aware in the sense it was late in the night perhaps when they were all asleep. They were not very alert at that time. You know, there were not many people on the road. It was kind of deserted at the time he entered the city. And when he did so, for whatever the fee ha Roger lane he approaches he ran. He found two men to individuals quarreling, fighting each other when she asked me to be one individual was from his tribe, in the sense from the venues raw is for her

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I mean I do V and the other was from his enemies and they were they're typically you the people of your own Allah subhanaw taala mentions that one individual was from his own tribe and the other was from his enemies the various from the people of your own.

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First of all, it means He it is the mean I do being the one from his tribe that is rhyolite the one from Barrow is loyal he cried out almost helped me Help me against this man you know, he's oppressing me helped me now masala is that was salami gentle, he was an individual who could not stand oppression at all was a very just individual who could not stand any form of oppression. So the minute this individual tried out for his help, he rushed to the aid of that individual of their individual from Israel in Israel. He goes to him and he looks at the person from the people around for work as

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a fabricator and what he must

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do, he struck him with his fist My dear brothers and sisters in Islam, it was just one blow

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he didn't go on punching him just one blow

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Okay, oh knockout

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for workers or homosassa for he killed him.

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Now what happens he cries out corner. I mean, I'm a shadow on inaho I do know the lone Moby masala is never ever intended to kill that individual. He wanted to deflect him from this other man. That's all he did. He just pushed him you know, gave him a punch. But that punch was so powerful was Alice that was damaged from this you should understand that he was an extremely strong and athletic individual. But he did not intend killing that man. But his punch was so strong. That man fell down dead. He fell down like a coconut tree he just fell down dead. Call homina homina shaytaan The minute he saw that, you know he checked you know he's not moving is motionless. Is that as I mean?

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How many shades on musala? Excuse me, sir, this is from the deeds of shaitaan This is also a transplant in the

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movie. He is very clear enemy a misleading enemy shavon May Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us all.

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Now he realizes his mistake. He realizes his mistake he has killed someone he prays to Allah subhanho wa Taala immediately and this is the quality of the righteous you know you after all, as human beings we commit mistakes but it is of utmost importance that we immediately turn back to Allah subhanho wa Taala he immediately cries unto Allah subhanho wa Taala or be in Nirvana to see for Finney in Muna Pharaoh. No.

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Colorado be in Nevada to not see me fall

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in

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love or Fulani, he prays to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah be in the column to nuptse wearily I have wronged myself, I have oppressed myself, fulfill Lee Forgive me for Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive him because he was sincere, he sought the forgiveness of Allah animals Allah in who who Allah or foodora him. Indeed Allah azza wa jal is the most forgiving, the Most Merciful. And then he goes on to pray to Allah subhanho wa Taala, Rob Bhima and Anza Aliya Phelan akuna, over here on the machete mean, Oh Allah in regard to that which you have favored me, I will never ever become a helper for the criminals. This is the last time I commit this mistake, I'm not going to help a

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criminal again. Now what happened?

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people you know, start to come out to the street later on, and then they find a dead body in the middle of the street. Okay. And then the authorities were informed that someone has been killed, the authorities come and now investigations are, you know, going on where as to who killed this individual musalla his name was nowhere to be seen. Nor was the individual from the from the tribal when we saw it, there was just a dead cops the middle of the street. So the authorities were informed and now they were all on a manhunt hunting for the man who killed this individual news travels to fear around that a person from his family has been killed from the people of Iran has

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been killed. And to see it was an individual, a very influential individual from the people of Iran. So this upset and fear around and fear around deployed as many forces as possible to find out who the murderer was so that he can take retaliation against the murderer. Because this was the first time a person from the family of Iran was killed.

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In general, no one touches the people of Iran. This was the first time that someone from the family of your own had been touched, that had been killed. So if Iran wanted revenge, he wanted vengeance. And he put out he deployed as many forces as possible to find out who killed this man.

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Now the next day, Musa alayhis salam now he notices the authorities going around, you know, hunting for who killed this man here. There's a whole investigation going on moussaka. serrana he enters the city fearing for himself, he feels for himself and he enters because now he's worried when I because if they're around gets to know that I did it, he is going to oppressively You know, he will kill me and he'll you know, perhaps have me in prison. So masahisa was around now he was afraid he did not do it on purpose. It was unintentional. He did not do it on purpose. So he enters the city, Allah Subhana Medina mentions but are super happy having Medina TFO a very

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first perhaps in Medina de haut.

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So he became afraid and he entered the city now, ha ha.com, full of fear and, you know, he kept on looking behind him because he felt as if someone is following him, somebody is, you know, trying to catch him

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for hours and his family, they were massacring so many people they were killing so many people, but just because one individual from their tribe was killed for around deploys all his forces to find this man who killed this individual so that he can, you know, take his vengeance so that he can get his revenge from that individual, for us behalf in Medina de haut taraka. Now, Masato, salami enters the city, he himself No, he's so scared. He's looking behind and when he enters, lo and behold, now it's morning, and the same man yesterday who was calling from his own tribe when it's right, it's right. But he then this surah, who will EMS justice reform, he is fighting again. And he calls out

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to musala to serve the same individual who picked a fight with the person from from the people of Iran yesterday. Now on the next day morning. He's having a fight and he calls out to Masato Salaam to help him once again. Mussolini's Raja Salam. He looks at him and says, Call Allah who moves in Nigella Moby masala he says Verily, you are a mischievous person. In natella GAVI, you move in, you are a plane mislead you are just out there to cause trouble. You are problem maker. He looks at that man and tells you you are a problem maker. The Man from his own tribe is rhyolite from binary Islam in and then Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions Malema and Radha Yabba. Tisha below the who are hula

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hula. So when Mussolini salatu salam once again, because he was an individual, like I said, who could not stand any form of oppression, he could not, you know, stand the fact that this man from the people from the people of Iran was trying to harm an innocent person from Israel, even though he looked at the person when he saw and said that you are a troublemaker, he knew that he was being unjustly, you know, tormented by this man from the people around, he walks towards that man, the man from the people of your own fella or the fish and he didn't want to hit him. He just wanted to deflect him move them apart. Now because he looked at the person from binary soil and said you are a

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troublemaker, that man took it you know, personally he took it to heart and he thought whose allies time is coming forward now to hit him.

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He thought you guys are in Nicaragua you move in you are troublemaker and musasa gozleme walks forward. So this man he thought now masala is not Muslim. Now he's going to come hit me. He quickly cried out yamasa Atari huanchaco Danica Patrick and upsample amps. almost almost all Moses. Are you trying to kill me just as how you killed someone yesterday. Now when did he say this? He did not say in the middle of the night. He said it in the morning in front of everybody. There was a time when there were a lot of people it was not at a time not been offline all the time when everybody was away when the streets were deserted. This was a time and everybody was around and he cries out

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yamasa turiddu and zapato Danny Come on.

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Come on.

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Are you trying to or do you want to kill me just as how you kill someone yesterday in three to Illa and takuna Jabbar and fill out mama three two in akuna Minal Musleh when he says you, you know your plan, he looks at moussaka Simon says your plan your aim is to become a Jabbar is to become you know, like we would say like a like a like a dog, you know, like you're just trying to become a japara tyrant and oppressor and you're just trying to you know, bully everybody around wama, turiddu and takuna

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Mr. Miller, Mr. hain, and you don't want to become of those you're not of those who want to do good. Instead, you just want to become an oppressor. You want to become a Jabba. He looks at mucilage that was around. And he says this musala is that was around and he looks around, because everybody had heard this accusation. And now they all murmuring, murmuring, and news travels like this to the authorities, and before anybody could do anything, they were on their way the authorities Moosa alayhi salatu. Salam, he flees now because he knows if he remains there, they're going to take him captive and take him to where

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he moves from that particular location. And what happens news travels to fear around and now a man comes to musala is that was salam, wa rasuluh minako Sol Medina, DSR Kalia Moosa in Alma, Tommy Runa, Vika yaku to look for fruit in the lake Amina NASA in almost a man came from the ends of the city Raja Raja Domine, apostle Medina, a man came from the ends of the city color and he came rushing to Masato slum area Musa in Alma, indeed, the mother, the mother, in a sense, the leaders fear around is viziers the ministers all of them have worked together, and they have decided Leah Cthulhu to kill you. First approach, depart from the city leave the city immediately. In Neela

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kameena NASA hain. Indeed I am to you a sincere advisor, I am to you a sincere advisor. So this could have been a person, righteous person from the people around he wanted he knew after all that musala to Islam was innocent, and he wanted musala Assad was haram to escape. So no sooner he said this musallam Islam was around for Carranza mean, ha ha, ha.

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Bina Genie Mena la comida de mi masala he leaves Egypt. He leaves Egypt and how did he leave Allah says Raja mean ha ha ha taraka he left Egypt full of fear. looking behind his shoulder. He kept on looking behind his shoulder because he was scared the forces of your own mind. Catch him. He leaves the city praying to Allah subhanho wa Taala rabina Genie Minato mi la hora de mi n. O Allah save me from a nation from a people who are on the moon who are wrongdoers who are oppressors he cries to Allah subhana wa sallam and he leaves Egypt. Nowhere is he headed.

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He leaves Egypt and he makes his way towards sharm towards the lands of medion towards the lands known as the lands of Medea. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions that in the noble foreign while I'm the word jaha tilaka madeon Kala isotropy ie Sawa Sabine, and when he went towards the lands of madeon, he said,

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he had hope in Allah subhanho wa Taala, that Allah azza wa jal would guide him to the right way, you know, to the correct path, in a sense, a place where he will be safe. So now masala is that was Salam. He says what he meant there was he did not want to get big, you know, get lost and he was hoping that Allah subhanho wa Taala would guide him somewhere safe where he could, you know, remain for some time. So he heads towards the lands named as Moravian and many brothers and sisters in Islam. It was a long and tiring journey. It was a long and tiring journey, because he did not have any provision with him. He did not have a proper mode of conveyance or proper animal with him. He

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just had the clothes that he had on with him. And he, you know, undertook this long journey after many days now. no water, no food, his throat is parched is barefooted. Okay, no, no, no shoes, no proper shoes to wear, because the slippers or whatever he was wearing, were all worn and you know, torn. Now he was making his very so tired. He was basically dragging himself towards the lands of meridian until finally he reaches the outskirts of meridian. And his spots are well,

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bigger, his spots are bigger.

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And his hopes rise now because he thinks that there'll be water there. And He grants himself to the well. When he came by the well. He realizes that there were a group of men around the world. There were a group of men with their animals and they were watering their animals around the world. And beside the well there was a like a tree and there were two young women with their animals as well and they were waiting, you know, a bit apart from the way Allah subhana wa Jalla mentioned in the Quran when

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I met

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him

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Mina naseous born wah wah Giada de mon Mirage a

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coma Kala Johanna and as the US the

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Luna she shyy home cabbie, while Mr. Adama madeon and when he came by the well of madeon okay by the water of Medina sense by the rent of Midian wacha la Mata mina nasya school he found a crowd of people, Houma. You know, a nation of people. Listen, there was a huge number of people here school, they were watering their animals, watch other men don't

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do that. And he also found beside them or, you know, in the distance somewhere in the distance to women. And they weren't as udaan they were holding back there animals, they had brought their animals, but they were holding back their animals in the sense they were, you know, keeping the animals away from the water. musasa was around like I said, he was an individual who could not stand any form of oppression. And he used to be a very, very helpful individual Busan is. So even being in such a situation, his throat was parched, barefooted, so tired, hungry, he has been without food for days now without water for days, he goes to these two women and he has them in a very noble Manor,

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kala Maha tokuma what, you know, what is your problem? Why are you standing here without watering your animals, then they very politely they reply, call at Allah nasty.

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It is not possible for us to water our animals until the shepherds finish watering their animals, because in general shepherds, not all of them but some of them have a very harsh temperament and they are not very kind polite people. So it was actually very difficult for the women to go and water their animals when they were watering their animals. So then this these two ladies they go on to explain the DB generally wait until they have finished. And after they are done, we go and water our animals. But then scholars of history also mentioned that they used to be a little too harsh on these two women so much to the extent that they they there was a huge rock, huge rock, they used to

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block the well. And then go they used to block the well whenever they because they do not want the water because well hadn't a lot of water. And they wanted to reserve the water for their animals. So they used to block the well and leave. So these two ladies in general, they used to go by the well and you know there used to be a few paddles and you know, little pools of water. They used to water their animals with whatever was remaining after the shepherd's had water their animals. So they tell this to musala is Rochester and this is why musasa he can't stand oppression, he can't stand.

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So he waited until all of the shepherds left. They blocked the well as usual. And they left musasa to slam now whilst he was waiting for them to leave, he asked them so don't you have any males in your family? You know to do all of this? Why are you struggling in coming all the way to water your animals? This is something this is a job for the men.

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Then they went on to say what a buena shaman can be. We don't have any brothers and our father. He's the only man in our family. And he is a very old individual Guna Shere Khan Kabir he's very old and frail it's impossible for him to come and water the animals and that's why we have to come water our animals. So after the shepherds had left they put this huge boulder is huge rock and block them out of the well. And this rock was so huge that like the last panel that I mentioned in the i o what what did he find? What am I one of them I'm at the end was the Dalai Lama tamina Nash, he found many people watering their animals. So it actually took many men to lift the rock and place it. So it was

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actually impossible for two women to even think of lifting that rock let alone two women, even two men would find it difficult a group of men would have to get together to lift her up musala is that was around he goes single handedly. He lifted the rock and not only that, he wanted the animals and then he placed the rock back and block the out of the well. Now think of it this way. It was not musalla his Ross was around who has now freshly come out from the palace. You know after having a nice breakfast after having a nice lunch No. after such a long journey on foot. His throat is parched, he has not had a bite to eat, okay, and he gives priority to these two women because the

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whole operation was taking place. He goes and single handedly lifts the rock that boulder all by himself.

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waters the animal. He forgets to drink water himself. He blocks them out again.

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masala salatu salam. So you can just imagine what kind of a person you know, a very good hearted individual masala Hassan Hassan. So after watering the animals that they were very happy because this is the first time there anyone's ever had a good feel of water because normally they would drink from the muddy puddles by the well this is the first time all of the animals have been watered Well, they take the animals and they leave Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in the novella for and for Safar. Allahumma he watered the animals for them so much tower la de la ville. And then he went towards the shadow of a tree of an object for and he laid down by there, you know, he just laid down

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to rest. And then he says, Rob neelima

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de la yameen, high end of the year, he prays to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now he says, Allah, I'll be in neelima and results in a Yemen hiring for the O Allah Indeed, I am in dire need for whatever good that you have to send down upon whatever good that you have to send upon me. I'm in dire need rugby in neelima Anza to Elysium in hiring rugby in neelima uncertain la I've been hiring 44 Kadena says Daya mean, I am in dire need for the good that you have to send upon me and he, you know rest by the shade of that particular tree. Now the plan of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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is in motion. The two women they returned home now sooner they reach home, their father, the old righteous man, he was amazed because normally his daughters would take a lot of time to come home they would generally come very late because they had to wait did all the shepherds finish watering their animals their flocks, and then they had to you know, water their animals and then return home today. They're both you know, coming home early and they look happy the animals are look, you know, well watered. So he was a bit surprised and he asked them about what happened. And they tell their father, all that happened. And after that

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this man, Chef on Kabir, this old righteous man, he wishes to meet masala Serato Sarah, because this is unheard of from where they are. Because you know, it's very rare to see a man have such a righteous nature such righteous conduct, come forward and help. So he was very eager and very interested to meet musala His wrath viscera, so he sends one of his daughters to invite musala his lodge was ceram home Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in the noble Pon

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de muma. She is the

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CO lead in

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Korea jusy aka Rama Sapa hater Lana talana for jacmoe de Houma, tongxi LST here, now one of the two women, okay, they came to musala salatu salam and Allah describes how she came to him she is here, she came very in a very modest manner. You know, she was very bashful, she was shy, she came in a very modest manner and in a very respectable manner, she invites masala Mishra to a certain color and she says in a B yonder oka, Leah geocacher amasa fighter Anna, indeed our father, he invites you so that he can you know, reward you for having watered our animals because you wanted our flocks our father wants to meet you and he wants to reward you and

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masala is not to Salaam he agrees to go with her. And what happened was Masala Dosa lamb being musala is obviously a prophet of Allah have a very upright and noble conduct. He instructed her to walk behind him when she was younger. At the end of the day, he asked her to walk behind him and he would walk in front to which she asked him if I am to walk behind how am I to guide you I mean how are you do know where you will do turn and whatnot. He said gather a handful of pebbles and whenever we come by a crossroad whenever we come by a junction if I have to turn right, throw a pebble towards the right and I will take the right turn. If I have to turn left, throw a pebble to the left

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I will turn left and this is how they reached this old righteous man's house. And then musalla he was around he meets this man and he tells what Casa La he pauses he tells him the whole story. It tells him all that happened in Egypt. What happened about this, you know the coral about him, killing the man unintentionally and about grounds order and about around deploying his forces to capture him.

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His long journey to medicine, he tells him the whole story all the works basically, after he tells this man the story, the man looks at musasa to cinnamon, he realizes that masala is Raja Ram is being chased unjustly, and he is innocent. He looks at him and he tells him, lads, don't feel that the half don't fear the job. I mean, told me though, I mean, you have escaped that joke, you have escaped from a wrongdoing nation from a from a nation of oppressors you have escaped, don't worry, you are safe over here. So now after hearing the story, and after hearing the fact that he had been, you know, he had left his city he had left everything and that is so poor, he has nothing to his

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name.

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One of the daughters, she goes to her father, and she tells her father in a very respectable manner.

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My dear father, let's say

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that jerilyn in Iran is

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me. She goes to her father, and she says, Oh, my father, why don't you hire him? Because after all, we are just two young women. And we find it difficult to water the animals. And there are certain things that only a man can do in terms of hard work hard labor, and you are also so old, there's no one to look after you as well. So why don't you hire him he is in need, he needs a safe place to be, and he doesn't have anything to his name. So why don't you hire him? Let him work for you. And then she adds a little bit of diplomacy. And she says, In hierarchy when it's done, probably you will. I mean, and you know, my father, if you are hiring someone, it's always best to hire someone who is

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strong and trustworthy. Now the father, being an intelligent old man, he looks at the doctor and says everything is fine. But how do you know that he is strong and that he is righteous? I mean, you barely met him. How do you know that he is strong, he is righteous. As far as FFC, they mentioned she explains what I deem him to be strong, because he lifted a boulder rock that generally 5678 men need to get together the lift, he lifted it single handedly. And this too, after a long, tiring journey across the desert without having a drop of water or a bite of food to eat, he lifted in single handedly watered our flocks, and then block them out again. So that naturally means is a very

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strong individual. As for the amine factor, as for him being trustworthy, well, when I went to call him as you instructed me to do so he immediately wanted me to walk behind him. And then when I asked him as to how I am to instruct him where to turn, he told me to take a handful of pebbles and throw it in the direction that he's supposed to turn. So from this, I understand that he is an individual of a very noble conduct of an applied conduct. He is an amine, he is trustworthy. So when this doctor said all of this to this man, he thought to himself, what better or who better

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candidate to get married to my daughter. He's the best, you know, candidate to become my son in law. So he goes to Busan is lotto Salaam and he says yamasa now that I've listened to your story, I have a proposal for you. Busan is that wisdom asks him Yes. What is the proposal? Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned the conversation in the noble for an the man says color in me Oreo and

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give one of my daughter's hand in marriage to you. I want to get one of my daughters to you.

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looks at him and says fine, but I have nothing to my name. How am I to pay the man? I mean, I don't have anything I don't mean nothing belongs to me. How am I to pay them ahead? So then this man says fine, no problem. You can pay your matter in the form of labor where you will work for me. You can you can live with me. You can live in my house with my daughter as her husband and you can work for me so as a labor work for me for

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Eight years, eight years and if you wish it doesn't stop there if you wish you can work for 10 years. Happy Mahara

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eight years to work

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how much is the gender mahalo here?

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it fluctuates.

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Okay. So the back at home they pay around

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average will be around $1,000 average

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it's much less over here. Okay. So back at home that's the average I'm talking about the middle class that's the average over there anyway, so, but still even that when you compare it to eight years of labor, how much can you earn for eight years

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and this is full time labor, what kind of labor not a white collar job sitting at an office you know at your father in law's high corporate company now a shepherd. You need to water the animals look after the animals this kind of labor eight years.

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But let me tell you something. He did not intend to slave Dr. masala salatu salam, the whole intention was he wanted his daughter to remain because he thought if he let her go immediately, Masako Islam would get married and they would leave. They would leave they would go to another land. He wanted his daughter to remain with him for some time and that's why he imposed this condition work for eight years and if you want, it's up to you if you want work for 10 years that will be better. He says the the if I Atlanta ashram for meaning that if you complete 10 then well and good

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reason I should call it I don't want to impose on you and I don't want to burden you but if you can spend 10 years it would be the ideal so that you do need insha Allah Minnesota hain and you will find me If Allah subhana wa tada was from amongst the righteous. So now this contract was put in place Sally's Rosco salon accepts and then a massage Serato salon he says color Alec color alika ben ubec he says okay fine, this is established this contract is between between between me and you this contract I am Elijah Laney for the two fella Adana, LA. So whichever of the two terms I complete, there is no injustice to me. Melissa makes it very clear. You gave me the option either eight years,

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okay, or 10 either eight years or 10 years. So if either one of the two terms I make I may leave after eight years I may stay on for 10 years, but it's up to me and you shouldn't consider it an act of injustice if I leave after eight years will law hula hula kill a lot is the witness for what we have agreed upon. Okay. So now the marriage takes place and hamdulillah Musa alayhis salaam gets married to this righteous man's daughter. And we have established that masala is that was a very upright noble individual a man of his word. He remained for 10 solid years he remained for 10 solid years out of his own goodwill he needn't have, you know, remained past eight years. But he stayed

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because this was one of the things that that man wanted. He remained for eight years out of his own goodwill and out of gratitude to that man as well. You know, he came from a foreign land, this man accepted him into his household. And not only that gave one of his beloved daughters in marriage to him. So out of his own gratitude towards that man, he remained for eight years now. for 10 years, I'm sorry. After 10 years, he decides to go back to Egypt because after 10 years, there's this yearning diocese longing for him to visit his mother, his sister, his brother, Harun, Allah is not was not at all back in Egypt, right? So he wants to go visit them. So he decides to go back to Egypt

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to visit his family. So So what he does is he informs his wife, and he had children as well, they all get ready to undertake this long journey back to each. Now they were halfway through the journey musala to slam his wife, his children, they were halfway through the journey. It was a dark and cold night, it was a dark and cold night. What happened was they lost their way. Because after all, you have to cross the desert. And in a desert. If you lose your way, you end up doing what going around in circles, because you don't have any landmarks. You don't have any landmarks you just see sand dunes everywhere. So now they lost their way. And they started going around in circles. The muslin

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is not the same realize that they are going around in circles, we mark a spot, he marked a spot or you know, planted something, rock or something like that. And he they went on for some time only to realize after a period of time they ended up at the same location. So basically they started going around in circles, so moves on

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Rocco cinemas now very worried at that moment and at that time, he saw something blazing far away. Suddenly,

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he saw something blazing far away. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions this in the novella called iron phenom Baba who sell agilon wasabi. Li an SME journey with to Marina.

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And when Musashi Rocco Salaam completed his term, he was traveling with his family, and he perceived from a particular mountain to be known as mount tour, he perceived a fire a blazing fire suddenly.

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So when he saw that fire now in the middle of a desert

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during a cold, dark night, what do you think a blazing fire indicates?

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Warm obviously indicates warm. And number two indicates that there must be someone there by the fire. So musar is that wassalam he decides to go by the fires that perhaps he can ask the individual for directions for her. So he tells his family call and he let him go through in me and as Donna, he tells his family all of you remain here. You want to stay here. Let me go to the fire. Let me go by the fire in me honest to Nara Lally Archie Caminha be Hubbard perhaps when I go there, I might be able to glean some information there might be someone an individual there, I can ask them directions, just what the mean. Or at the very least, I'll be able to get a burning wood burning you

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know, brand of fire at least I'll be able to get a branch of fire and we can come and keep ourselves warm, or be able to bring back a branch of fire to keep ourselves warm, at the very least. So now, masala is that was last asked to make his way towards the blazing fine. The musala is not to slam wraps that close tightly around him because it was such a dark, freezing night. So he had this wrapper made out of animal skin he you know, wraps it tightly around him. He had his assault with him. He had his stick with him. He was leaning on his stick and he was wearing not laying he was wearing two slippers he was wearing two slippers and now masala is not Muslim. In the middle of the

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night. It was dark, cold night he drags himself towards the blazing fire. It was a blazing fire. Now as he started to get closer to the fire,

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what happens? He closed in on the location and he notices a tree and a fire burning, but no one was around. Now this was strange, because in the middle of the desert for a soul to be seen around. There is a tree and a fire burning meddling. But no one was around to attend to the fire. How did this fire start? How did it burn? It was an It was a strange looking fire as well. So why is he was just you know, observing his surroundings. He suddenly hears a voice. He suddenly hears a voice calling out to him. And my dear brothers and sisters in Islam. A voice like none other liaison committee issued a voice like none other because who was in addressing masala salatu salam it was

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none other than Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Eliza which I mentioned in the novel called an phenom.

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any man even boba it MOBA, Raka t Mina.

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hears a voice

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and what's the voice telling him in me and a law omorosa Indeed, I am a law school and being the Lord of the words, put yourselves in the shoes of Masada is law to serve just imagine how Masala Dosa must affect not like any ordinary voice because there is a commitment issue there is nothing in comparison to Allah subhanho wa Taala don't think that it is because like, you know, like my voice, like a human beings voice now. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, who spoke to Mussolini's Muslim Kamala, Cuba, and he was elected in a manner that befits his majesty and glory. So just imagine musala is not Muslim listening to Allah subhanho wa Taala directly. What does he say in the Koran? What can

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learn Allah who Moosa Lima Allah subhana wa tada you spoke to masala Muslim directly and that's why is known as calima the one who converse with Allah subhanho wa Taala The one who spoke to Allah subhanho wa Taala directly what was behind what are them

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him to Musa indeed I am a law, the door of the worlds. And then what was the next command? This is all the first command to Mussolini. That was love a powerful lesson in this. What is the last one for essay in the book, first law not

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almost indeed in me anarock book, I am your Lord, look at the first command.

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First Law

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not preying on all of that.

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Remove your slippers. First Law knowledge, the move your citizens in a cabin where they will move past the seat while you are in a lesson. From this many brothers and sisters in Islam scholars have mentioned the importance of at the respect of good conduct. This is of utmost importance for a believer and this was the first command given to musasa remove your slippers at the good conduct good manners etiquettes this is of utmost importance for a believer, whatever we do, we must do it in a manner that is appropriate. We must be well mannered, neat, tidy, clean individuals. This is something that allows for Hannah what Allah is teaching us at the very first command to Mussolini's

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that was around, when you are perhaps talking to an elderly person. You need to talk to him with respect back at home. They call elderly people uncle. I don't know whether they do it over here. They call elderly people uncle you won't go to him and say, Bashir are you, you know, you won't ask him because you have respect for him be like pushy rocker or you know, or if it's an old an elderly person who will, you know, humble yourself even more because of this age because of his experience. And with younger ones, we're supposed to be kind to them because they're young, and they look up to us as role models. At the end of the day, the professor along while evaluating him, he treated them

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so gently. So we're supposed to treat human beings with the best of conduct at the end of the day. This is something that we learn from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, or even the story of musala is that was the first command flat in front of the AMA in front of the scholars now today.

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Things are being made so easy. Like say for example, if you want to clarify your doubts, you don't have to get an appointment with me. You don't have to bring me a gift. Look, I'm asking for gifts. You don't have to bring me a gift. You don't have to you know, maybe take me out or something. All I asked you to do is tweet me at at wilderness Cobo Hall, okay, it has become so easy. Most of the most of the scholars Mashallah are now on social media platforms, you can reach out to them, you can clarify your doubts, you know, the old days, scholars did not like it. If you want to clarify your doubts, you'd actually have to go to them, sit by them, and clarify your doubts. Only then they

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will, even in the very recent, certain senior scholars would not even like people calling them up on their phones and asking questions. They were like, Brother, you want to know, please come and get an appointment come and meet me when you want to go to the doctor's, you call up the doctor doctor got a bit of fever? Can you you know, prescribe something over the phone. Now the doctor will be like, please come and pay my appointment charges. And then I'll tell you, I'll tell you what to drink.

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But today, things have been made so easy, but still at the base of it of utmost importance, even though you can perhaps reach out to us follow on social media platform, that doesn't mean also and so I want to know what's the state please clarify my doubt. Instead, if you should have it, you know, put forward in a nice manner where we respect one another because we respect that person for his knowledge. I'm not talking just about other not just say it's a doctor, a medical doctor, we respect him for his knowledge in that particular field. We don't just go up to him and say prescribe something for me. We say doctor, you know, this is the thing we talk to him out of respect because

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we respect his knowledge in that field. But anybody an engineer, anybody we respect the individual for his knowledge in that particular field. So this is of utmost importance. And this is what we learn from the story of massage. That was the very first command. First Lana Lake, remove your slippers. The Quran has so many lessons to derive from it rather than citizens now we can just skim over for flannelly Okay, maybe you know, it was perhaps uncomfortable for most artists. And that's why Allah wanted him to remove his slippers. Now, there are huge lessons to be derived. There are so many lessons if you go to the Tafseer of this particular ayah you will realize how much the scholars

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Rahim Allah has spoken in this regard. First Lana, just one I remove your slippers in again with apostasy because you are in the sacred or other the blessing valley of what it was known as Tor and then Allah subhanho wa Taala informed Musa alayhis salam was the first time in Lima you have Moosa, I have chosen you for something

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I have chosen you for something. So listen now to what is going to be revealed unto you and after about one after first Malema you have so listen now Moosa to what is going to be revealed to you by the brothers and sisters in Islam. And amazing conversation takes place between allies Virgil, and Cali moolah masala is an amazing conversation with Allah subhanho wa Taala decrees and things commands masala to some in regard to certain things allies of agenda blesses him with certain miracles every almost every you know statement in that conversation there are lessons to be derived. So with that we'll conclude today in sha Allah but tomorrow we'll go through those statements and

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we'll derive the lessons in sha Allah Allah two questions came in with that I'll wrap up in Sha one was whether it is permissible to taste food when you are fasting to taste food when you are fasting I don't mean you know, go to an ice cream shop perhaps and let me taste this test this test is not that tasting when you are cooking when someone is cooking maybe if someone is a chef or a cook or the ladies at home and they're cooking, is it permissible for them to taste the food to check on the salt levels etc. Scholars Rahim Allah explain if it is done in this manner, where the food is placed at the tip of the tongue, tip of the tongue and if it if it is immediately spat out, if it is

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immediately spat out, then it is permissible because tasting is not like eating tasting is not like eating and consuming food and after all is just to determine the salt levels perhaps or the the, the the sugar levels or whatever you want to determine in terms of the dish in terms of the calorie, you just taste it using the tip of your tongue and immediately spit it out and wash your mouth, then it is permissible. Allah Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best. The second question that came in was in regard to the story of use of it is that your salon, whether number one, the wife of the minister, that the wife of the minister will try to seduce use of is that was that was her name

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Julia ha, number one. And number two, the use of Ireland, Israel, Jerusalem, get married to her at the end of the story, because there is this story that's going around that towards the end of the story. She comes as an old lady frail, you know, bent into two blind, and then musasa sees her it feels pity and he feels sorry for her. He prays to Allah subhanho wa Taala. She is forgiven. And she's given her young age back again, and he marries her. This is a story that is you know, familiar with the people. The thing is, is that I didn't mention any of that, because based on my research, I didn't come across any of those stories. I didn't come across the fact that her name was Sudha. Nor

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did I come across any mentioned that use valleys that Priscilla married her. So what about these stories? Where did they come up from? It's a possibility that they could have come up from Israel, India, the narrations of why like I mentioned at the very first session, but even I myself didn't come across it and that's why I didn't mention it. So basically, according to that, which is authentic, there is no mention of whether her name was Sudha or whether use of violence that was saddam got married to her well, Long Island. Allah knows best I look forward to meeting you all tomorrow is that Kamala Harris