Nadim Bashir – O You Who Believe #01 – 2-104

Nadim Bashir
AI: Summary © The Prophet's teachings are discussed, including the use of "yeah," in reference to his mission and the potential for death to be upon the user. The importance of communication and respect for others' words is emphasized, along with the need for everyone to use their words in a professional and professional manner. The title of the lesson is the Quran, which serves as a reference to communication with the Prophet's teachings.
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Mr. Heyman Hamdulillah COVID alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah he Mohammed wala early he was so humble he has mine was sitting with a statement of Athenian cathedral Mombasa behind the clarity mana Illa Island Tina in the current Saaremaa Hakeem rubbishy so today with a celebrity, one of the Ministry of Cambodia My God. So inshallah starting today, we are starting a new series called Oh you who believe

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the reason why I wanted to start the series and do a subject matter on this is because there are many, there are many places in the Quran, where Allah subhanho wa Taala he addresses the Muslims. A lot of times if we don't make it into a point to discuss them, and to highlight them, then these are words these are instructions given by Allah subhanho wa Taala that can fall on deaf ears. It was through the Allah to Allah Who says that every time you hear the word Yeah, you hear levena Ave in the Quran. He says Pay attention, pay attention, because it is going to be something good that you should do or something that Allah subhanho wa Taala wants you to stay away from and therefore you

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should stay away from now the word yeah is called in Arabic called a heartful NIDA and what that means is that it is a word that is using the Arabic language to get someone's attention. Like you know in even in like in nowadays in English or any other language there are certain words are used to gain someone's attention back in the day or in the Arabic language when Allah subhanho wa Taala will use the word Yeah, that's it. Yeah. It got the attention that someone is about to be addressed. And this is why in the Quran, there are many years in the Quran, for example, and I have many of them, I want to go through them with you. Allah subhanho wa Taala you mentioned Yeah, you have

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Nadine Ave. Yeah, you live in a Amanu majority of the times you will see that they are mentioned in the Madani sutras. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions Yeah, you heard us approximately 20 times in the Quran. This is mostly found in the monkey sutras. And yeah, you have a nice whenever it is mentioned, it is a general advice given to everyone and everyone in the mankind, meaning that there are some certain things that you should do. For example, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Yeah, you Hannah's it the Quran? Allah the Halacha

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that Allah Who created you have the koi in front of him? Yeah, you Hannah's

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unto Michel Foucault, Allah, all of you are dependent on Allah subhanho wa taala. So whether you are a Muslim or not a believer, everyone The fact is that everyone truly is dependent on Allah subhanho wa taala. So you find this in the Quran Allah mentions also. Yeah, you have Nabhi yeah you heard Rasool anytime Allah subhanho wa Taala will talk about the reseller of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he will use the word Yeah, you heard Rasool like, for example, and Surah Alma ADA Allah says, Yeah, you heard rasuluh Bell live uma en Zilla, Aleikum, Arabic, oh Prophet, conveyed the message that has been revealed to you. And it is mentioned according to some prophecy that

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this is one of the most harshest verses some by Allah to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because he says, Allah Jalla wa Ala for Ilam file from a doctor insalata if you don't do this, you have not completed your mission. And so another place is Allah subhanho wa taala. Use the word Yeah, you have Nabhi Yeah, you have Russell when ALLAH is talking to many prophets, yeah, Bani Adam, it is mentioned in the Hadith. Allah says, Yeah, Al Kitab Yeah, you have Modesitt Yeah, you have Muzammil both of them are in reference to the province that Allahu alayhi wa sallam Yeah, even Yebin Adam Yeah, everybody these are mentioned in the Hadith. Allah says yeah, you will caffeine on oil. Yeah,

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you will caffeine on Yeah, Bani Israel in Yeah, uh, you Halina Oh to the Kitab Oh, those people who are given the book, meaning that the Jews and the Christians Yeah, you have Latina cafardo Or people who committed Cofer to Allah. And this is only mentioned only once in the Quran. Yeah, you will not be in a cafe Rue La Tarta de lolium On the Day of Judgment, Allah will call out to all the disbelievers that do not make excuses today. You are given chances in this dunya you don't make excuses today. Yeah, you 100 ina. Yeah, are you ready? No Zilla Allah He vicar. Oh those people upon whom the Quran was revealed. Yeah, we will Al Bab those who are smart, intelligent. Yeah a year 200

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Pseudomyxoma. Inna on the Day of Judgment. Allah will talk to those people and address those people whose knifes is it is my inner mean that it is connected with ALLAH SubhanA wa to Allah. And Allah subhanho wa Taala he mentions yet he believes you will insane. Now besides this, there are other places like for example, we find also in the Quran, Allah would refer to the prophets. Yeah, Adam, yeah, no, Luke, all these prophets. And by the way, you will notice the Prophet, Allah Subhana Allah to Allah never called out Muhammad sallahu wa salam, as yam Ahmed, never out of respect for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never said yam Ahmed, the name Muhammad in itself, the name of

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the Prophet alayhi salam has been mentioned four times in the Quran, four different places, but none of them in the context where Allah is calling out to the Prophet anytime. The problem as I said earlier, whenever Allah wants to journey, call out the prophet or call to the Prophet he will say yeah, a un Nabi if it was something regarding His mission, He will say yeah, you are Rasul. And so there are many of this in the Quran. So once again, the point is that this is a very common theme in the Quran. Now, the word Yeah, you have Lavina Manu has been mentioned approximately 89 times in the Quran inshallah we'll try to cover all of them. The very first one that we find is a sort of Bukhara

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Allah subhanho wa Taala He says, Yeah, you Hallerin Manu. Latta. Kulu Lorina will call on Donna was my one in the cafe Nina Aleem. Allah says, Oh you who believe do not say to the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Marina, but say only Luna and what's tomorrow and hear me here the problems are some speak what what in the cafeteria, I'd have Aleem, and for the people who disbelieve in Allah, and for the disbeliever there is a painful torment. Now I want to give a context before I get into this subtle backdrop if you look at the layout and the console, the the way it's constructed. So there are four main parts you have a mocha demo, you have introduction,

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then you have part one, you have part two, and then you have the the hotma the conclusion, part one, this part has four parts. Okay, so out of four parts. The first one, the introduction has four parts. In the first in this the four parts are number one, Allah mentions the three different types of people. Either you're going to be a believer, or you're going to be a disbeliever or you're going to be amongst them when not feeling this has mentioned in the beginning. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about that, who are the Who are those who are the Khalifa on earth. And the whole story begins with Adam Allah is some this is mentioned. And so the backdrop

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And then Allah subhanho wa Taala he brings up two different examples, the example of Bani Israel EAN and the example of Ibrahim Alayhi Salam. They example, bonita saw in his word, those who were made the Khalifa on Earth, but they never never lived up to the expectations set by Allah subhanho wa taala. They committed crimes against Allah and the prophets that were sent to them. On the other hand, Allah gave the example of Ibrahim Ali Islam, that this man he was in Makkah, this man was on earth, but he lived up to the expectations of Allah subhanho wa taala. So Allah gave the example of the nation that failed and the nation that was successful between these two between Allah talking

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about Ibrahim Brinstar IL and Ibrahim alayhi, salam, in this transition of these ayat, Allah mentioned this, okay, Allah mentioned this because before this, Allah mentioned the idea of Sahar, the idea of magic when these people they accused, so they might not they get some of committing black magic. Allah said no, they didn't. He did not come in black magic, whatever. He had his control over the gins, and wherever he had, it was purely from Allah subhanho wa taala. This was his marches on now. This idea what is it about this? What happened was that the Jews would come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they would say words that would have almost I would say a

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double meaning, okay, they would have a double meaning, or they will say where's the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and not with the right intention. Like for example, at times they will come to the Prophet SAW Salem. And as we say, a salam Wa alaykum. There's a hadith I mentioned that they will come to the prophet, and instead of saying a Salam or Aleikum, they will say, a sermon Alikum mean that Assam means death. So, instead of saying a Salam aleykum to the Prophet, there is saying that may death be upon you as a prophet. This is what they're saying to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so they're twisting their words. Not only that, but Allah subhanho wa

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Taala he mentioned another if the Quran Minella Lavina had those who were the Jews? A Lavina Marina How do you hardly fool Nellie Kalama they will change up the rhetoric they will change up the words on my while they're eating from their places mean that they will take things out of context. They will change at the message of Allah. You How do you want to call him I'm a welder. You were goo Luna Samira. Now what are Saina instead of saying as Muslims we say Samira, now Aparna they will say some here now what I'll say You know what, smile vedamo Smile and we're Arina lei Yong be elsina to him. Allah says that they will twist their tongues, so mean that they will say something to their

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Prophet, but it was very disrespectful. So Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling the Sahaba that, oh you people who believe these Jews, this is what they this is how out of their cowardness they will come and verbally abused the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and make sure that when you hear something like this, because the word on Borna has two meanings, it means either to help us understand. So the so Allah is saying to the Sahaba that told the problem Salam that when you don't understand something about Sharia, tell the prophet that help us understand. Another meaning is keep an eye out for this means that when you see someone disrespect, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, and then he says, What's my rule and according to some Allamah they say that was my own means. Listen to the Prophet, what he's telling you. And not only that, but when you hear someone disrespecting the Prophet salaam, keep an ear out. I mean, keep your ears open for that too. And when you hear someone being disrespectful to the province of Salaam, then make sure you say something about that do not stay quiet. So this is what Allah subhanaw taala is telling the believers. So and as I said earlier, so so this is once again was revealed, it talks about how they would be disrespectful to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, I want to say a few words

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before we conclude, of course, the idea of the Quran is the point is not simply just to get through the eye of the Quran. But we have to always take lessons from this. That's the most important thing. The Quran serves as lessons and advices. So the question is that what advices? Or when are we going to take from this because we as Muslims, we're never going to go and say something negative or saying something foul or offensive to the Prophet SAW Salem, we all are going to we always show our respect to the Prophet SAW Selim. So the question is, then what do we take from this? This lesson is not just purely about the Jews, it's about that even this is Allah teaching us your manners of

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communication. As we communicate with each other. There are ways to communicate with each other first of all, is Allah the fact that Allah mentioned the word raw ina in the Quran, Allah could have said very easily do not say something that has a double meaning. He could have said that, but he said do not say raw enough.

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On the fact that hola spelled it out, he mentioned the word precisely, Allah is telling us that no matter what language you belong, and whatever you speak, there's always going to be some words in your language. And we all know what those probably those words are. If there's anything that can have an offensive, meaning do not even use it in your general conversation, when you're talking to someone else, do not use it in your general conversation, because this is against the adverb and the etiquettes of communication. Number two, hola. So, when it comes to communication, there are two things that always are taking into consideration. Number one is the words and number two is the

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attitude. So for example, someone can say the right words, but the attitude is not correct. Or someone can say with the right attitude, but the words are not correct. Okay. So whatever it is, and this is this happens a lot. There are times where you see people not long ago, I mean, I'm, I'm sharing this,

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but not long ago, there was a situation where at the masjid, I had to deal with a situation between a husband and wife. And there are serious conflicts between them. And the wife, her tone, her tone is very calm. Her tone is very calm. Even the man his tone, at times can be calm, but the words can be very offensive. How you use your words, is very, like the words are very strong. So that's why Allah subhanaw taala is telling us in one is in the eye of Surah Baqarah Allah saying keep your attitude straight. Okay, keep your attitude straight in the other ayah that I shared with you from Surah Majda I believe Allah subhanho wa taala. He's saying keep your word straight. Because these

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people this is what they would do. This is how they were offensive to the prophets of Salaam. Sometimes their attitude was offensive. Sometimes their wording was offensive. So this is why when you talk to each other, learn how to communicate Do not be offensive towards one another. And this is why we'll come across this idea inshallah down the road, but this is why we talk that we hear this I have the Quran every single week, every single week. You hola Dina, I'm gonna talk Allah wa Kulu, golden salida golden Sadie that means say a good word. A good word means when you speak, speak humbly when you speak. I mean, think about it. When if people if every person is going to be very

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confrontational. If there is one person who's confrontational, and the other person has to be confrontational, it doesn't help. Question, we have to always choose our words. And our attitude should be in a way that is helpful to the situation. That's what colons study that actually means, say a word that is going to help the situation. And if you're going to say something, or your action is going to be it's going to be something where it can be regretful down the road, do not even say it. There were times when people came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam there was in fact, there was an incident where a man came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and there is no

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one who was more God fearing than the Prophet, Allah Islam. There is no one who was more just than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, yet this man came, and he said to the Prophet, alayhi salam, which teaches us a very profound lesson, that no matter what you do, as human beings, we have been programmed, that we always have a negative thought about every single thing. We always have a negative thought about every single thing. That's why the concept of hustle Vaughn is such a big concept in our deen is such a big concept, because we will always want to take something negative out of every single thing. So nonetheless, this man came to Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and

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he said, you do not do justice. Think about someone coming to power, someone saying this. And the problem he got read, like he was really upset. In fact, the Sahaba dimension is mentioned in the Shema, in that there were some certain signs that the person would he would get really upset, you can see them very apparent. One of them was there was a vein on his forehead that would become apparent. Sometimes there were veins that will become apparent. And the Sahaba they said, The when this man came and he said this to the Prophet SAW Salem, it became very apparent Paulson was like he was really upset. And he says that I'm, I am the Prophet of Allah, if I'm not going to do justice,

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and who else is going to do justice mean that I am the epitome of justice of the human beings, I am going to serve justice. So think about this. In this kind of situation, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he never replied immediately. Why? Because when you are emotionally compromising, you say something at that time, you may not say the right thing. That's why attitude and words are very, very important. And those are the two things that these Jews, they violated when it came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the most important thing that we take from all this is that when it comes to communication, we have to be respectful in our communication. Always say the

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thing that we will never regret. Yes, there are a lot of things that we say that we

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regret, but that's why we keep on making stick far to Allah subhanho wa Taala as I love forgiveness for the things that we have said, but at the same time always be let this be a reminder for all of us that whenever we talk we talk with the correct Adam and correct advocates in sha Allah, ask ALLAH SubhanA wa to give visibility to what has been sent or heard inshallah and going forward, we of course we're going to cover all the UN Lilina in the Quran. Of course they're going to be days where we're going to cover probably one or two or sometimes even two or three because there might be short and they might be not there might not be a lot of Tafseer on them. But today because we had an

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introduction I just covered when I inshallah going for we might cover one to two sometimes three is in each session in sha Allah, ask ALLAH SubhanA without to give all of us ability to everyone's been sending her document Allah Subhana Allah Who McGraham they can actually what Allah Allah Allah enter nesta fuchal to be like Zachman la Hey, Somali from Play Brocato

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