29 Tafsir Juz E Amma Surah Al Ghashiya

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In Alhamdulillah hinomoto understanding the whole structure of the villa human Cerulean fusina woman sejati Amina Maja de la for dama De La da da da da da da La la la la la sharika wash had one Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira my blood, my dear brothers and sisters salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So tonight, we'll be doing so de la Shia and sort of Russia, even though it's a very serious subject matter. The fact that we're doing last year makes me very, very happy, because sort of last year sort of number 88. And the beginning of juice ama begins with surah number 78. So that means there should be less than 10 sources left. And the fact that we've done certain Allah already makes me even happier, telling me that I'm hamdulillah we're almost done after about a year without the fear of just Imma be the light either. So last week, when we were talking about sort of Allah, we were talking about how Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about a group of people that will be wretched, that

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will, they will be completely miserable. And they are the people that when Allah subhanho wa Taala sent them reminders, they turned away from the reminders. Likewise, Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us about the people who will be very, very fortunate. Does anyone remember who are the two types of people that will be fortunate from sort of Allah. So the ones that are wretched are the ones that turn away from the reminders, the ones that are fortunate are the ones that

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who will be fortunate, from sort of Allah.

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accent but after her mentors, aka the one that purifies himself, he focuses on purifying his intention and cleaning his heart and seeking forgiveness for his sins. And who is the second person? What's the worst wait after that?

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So he remembers Allah subhanho wa Taala. And he establishes prayer and he makes dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So these are the people that will be fortunate as well. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala concludes the sutra by saying that the life of the Hereafter is better than the life of this world. And this is something that was revealed in the previous scriptures. And as I mentioned last week, there's a very close link between sort of Allah and sort of Russia and that is why we did so to the other before sort of Russia because now Allah subhana wa tada after having divided people into these two types of categories, those that will be successful and those that will be wretched.

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Allah subhanaw taala now goes on to tell us what are the consequences of being from the wretched and one of the consequences of being from the successful with the light to Allah. So sort of last year, we mentioned last week that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used to recite sort of Ireland, sort of Russia together, that would be on the day of Juma and that would be on the day of eight. Likewise, on the day of June, Madras Neri that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam, sometimes he wouldn't recite shortall Allah on the day of Juma, but rather he would recite sort of Juma itself, along with sort of Russia. And this is narrated in Sahih Muslim and in the

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center without, so even though sometimes he would skip sort of Allah on Juma, he would replace sort of Allah with sort of Juma, but he would keep sort of Russia there. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in a frequent habit of receding sort of Russia. Now starting off with the very first verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala. He says in this verse 100, attack Hadith last year, that has come to you the narration of the overwhelming so how attacker has there come to you, the term has indicates that it is a question. Now the question over here is a rhetorical question because the Quran is filled with mention of the Day of Judgment. So obviously the Messenger of Allah

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam while he is being addressed over here, he already knows about the Day of Judgment. So here Allah subhanaw taala is asking rhetorical question, the term utter means to come and two terms are almost synonymous. And they both mean for something to arrive and something to come in the usage of the Koran, the term jar actually comes with something that is more severe. So when Allah subhanho wa Taala says, For Elijah, for metal Cobra, that when you know that the great trumpet is blown, or the the arrival of the great trumpet comes, unless I know that it uses Joe over there, and here Allah subhanaw taala uses the term utter has there come to you. So while it is

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something big, it is something important, it is not something you know, magnanimous is not something great. So that is the difference between the difference between the usage of utter and jar in the Quran. The term Hadith, Hadith actually means something to happen. So how does it differ?

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The when something takes place, and Hadeeth is a new type of speech. So here Allah subhanaw taala is referring to the day of judgment as a new type of speech. So meaning it is something that part of it you may already know, but Allah subhanaw taala will inform you about something new. And in Russia, this is a term that you will see, you know, regularly in just ama one lately is that Yasha right. So unless he uses the same term. Now, who remembers what does that mean when Allah subhanaw taala says, One lelee Ivanka, what does that term mean? Who remembers? What does young Sherman

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time enters not as much?

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covers completely encompasses when the night completely encompasses the horizon means it completely takes over. So when we were talking about speech, you can think about something completely futile, like someone comes up to you. And he says, you know, did you know that Kanye named his baby north,

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and then someone else comes up to you. And by the way, the day of judgment is on Friday, right, you see the comparison that something is completely useless and futile. And then the mentioning of the Day of Judgment. This is what Allah subhanaw taala is talking about this speech of the Day of Judgment, it completely overtakes all other speech. And once someone starts talking about the Day of Judgment, it becomes something very, very overwhelming. So here Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling us from the onset of the sutra, the type of emotion you're meant to be feeling as you're reading the surah, something that's meant to overtake you. Then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say in the next

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verse, would you have a Yama, even Harsha that on that day, some faces will be humiliated.

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Would you is the plural of the term of the term watch, which means face. Now, the important thing about the face that we need to know is that from the human body, it is the most noblest part of the body, right? It is the first thing that you see, when you interact with an individual on the person's face. You can tell if they're an honest person or dentist on this person from their face, you can tell is this a person who was sinful or someone who was righteous from the face? Can you you can tell, is this person energetic or is it someone that's feeling tired? A lot can be told from the face. And Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us that on the Day of Judgment, some of the faces will be in

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a state of humiliation some of the faces will be in a state of humiliation. Now, what Allah subhanaw taala uses for humiliation is Harsha. Now, you'll notice that Harsha is very similar to the term who sure very similar to the term who Sure, so when a person has his shoe in his Salah, he's meant to be completely still, right. But more on top of that, His heart is meant to be filled with humility. So when you're praying to Allah subhanaw taala when you're in a state of Salah, the physical demeanor is one of stillness, but the inner demeanor is one of humility. And this is the key distinction over here how one can have humility, but not be humiliated, and how one can be humiliated, but not have

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any humility. So here Allah subhana wa tada is telling us over here, that on that day faces will be humiliated. How does a person prevent themselves from that by having humility in the summer in this world, so if you don't want to be from those that are humiliated in the hereafter show humility in this life by having humility in your Salah, and that is the relationship between the two, that on that day there will be faces that are completely humiliated. Why? Because they had left off the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And they did not have any humility towards him.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say amela nasima, that they will be laboring and very, very tired and weary, laboring and tired and weary. Now the scholars deferred is unless I know it's an industrial verse referring to the life of this world, or is Allah subhanaw taala referring to the day of judgment? If you were to look at the context of this verse, it is clear that Allah subhanaw taala is speaking about the Day of Judgment, because Allah subhanaw taala says in the verse previous to it, would you have a young man that faces on that day, right, so Allah subhanaw taala is referring to a specific date. So he's saying, um, you know, to NASA, that people will be, you know,

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doing a lot of work and a lot of effort and will be making them extremely tired. What is that work that they will be doing? Allah subhanho wa Taala will have the criminals and the oppressors tied up in chains, and in heavy armor, and they will be dragging it around wherever they go. So wherever they walk, they will be carrying this heavy armor with them being chained down, and it'll be it will be very difficult for them. So that's what's going to happen on the Day of Judgment with the criminals and the oppressors. There's a minority group of scholars said that said yet you know what? This is not just referring to the Day of Judgment, but this

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Referring to the life of this world as well. So that's why when you look inside certain half, the show that we recite on Fridays, Allah subhanho wa Taala he asks us, God, Hell no, no be serene Armada say Shall we inform you about those who are the greatest losers in respect to their deeds, and live in abundance? Are you hopeful to dounia that those people that wasted their efforts in this life while they thought they were doing something good? They've been Cassio Rahim Allah in this verse, he actually mentioned that honorable hombre de la and who was one day just sitting in the city. And from a distance he was watching this priest, or this worshipper, who was Christian, just

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pray, day and night. All he was just seeing him was pray. And as he was watching him, tears started coming down his eyes. So they asked him Jamar, what is it that is making you cry, and he says, I am, you know, to nasima that this person is worshiping, you know what his god what he thinks is God, and he's gonna being completely worn out and tired from it. But it is going to have little fruit for him, that he's not going to achieve anything out of it. It will not save him from the Hellfire on the Day of Judgment, and Omar or the Allahu anhu, recited that verse at that time, um, you know, to NASA, that they will be doing a lot of efforts and will become very tiresome, but they'll have

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nothing to show for it. Now, this is an actual reminder for us, that the lives that we are living, all the effort that we put in, whether it be our Islamic work, or non Islamic work, are we actually going to achieve anything out of it? are we actually going to achieve anything out of it. And it is very important to look at those two conditions that we mentioned over and over again. And those are the importance of sincerity. And the importance of following the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in terms of doing Islamic work, those two conditions have to be met. If those two conditions are not met, then the work will not be accepted whatsoever. A person has to be

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sincere for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And it has to be in accordance to the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now in terms of doing your work, in terms of dunya work, imagine if there was a way that even in the things that you do in the dunya, you would actually be rewarded for now this is not a hypothetical proposition that I'm putting forth. But rather This is a reality. Allah subhana wa tada and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have taught us how to seek reward, even with our affairs of the dunya. So an individual has a noble intention, that with this work of the dunya that I'm doing, I'm planning on benefiting the oma or

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person is going to work. And he has the intention that I'm working because I have the intention to feed my family, hello food that I've earned with my own hands. So then even while he's doing something of this dunya, not only is incurring reward, but when Allah hits Allah, that effort that he is putting forth, is not going down in vain. So this verse is talking about that on the Day of Judgment, specifically, there will be people who will be doing a lot of work will be extremely tired. But in this dunya, you see the exact same thing, that people who do a lot of work, but they have nothing to show for it at the end.

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And the next verse, Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say, first line out on Haumea that they will enter into the hot blazing fire. That is, at the beginning of this verse indicates that what is being referred to is something which is feminine, something which is feminine. Now, the first lover here, what is it exactly referring to? Was it what is it exactly referring to the Mufasa? Don't they say that the pasta is referring to the hoodoo, and Voodoo is what they call jumbo Texier. And this is going to a bit of linguistics. But here that's the important thing to understand that Allah subhanaw taala is referring to the faces that will be entered into the hellfire. Now why is that

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relevant? Because in this life, when an individual faces a fire, he goes into places where there's a fire, the first thing he tries to do is to protect his face, right? But on the Day of Judgment, Allah subhanaw taala is talking about these people, that they will be thrown into the Hellfire on their faces, and in a state of humiliation in a state of degradation. So here on this planet, and when he talks about being thrown into the fire, it's not walking into the fire. No, they want to be thrown onto their faces and dragged into the hellfire. Now why does Allah subhanaw taala make a such an important point of saying that they will be dragged on their faces? Who can tell me that? Why

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does Allah subhanaw taala make it such an important point to indicate that they will be dragged on their faces? Go ahead, Dinesh.

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Fantastic, so it is very possible that this verse is referring to those people who are arrogant and very boastful, and they thought they were very high and mighty. So Allah subhanaw taala humiliates them and enters them into the Hellfire in the state of degradation. Shahrukh, what were you going to say? Same thing. Go ahead.

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Absent it goes back to the second verse that we were talking about, that those people that did not show humility to Allah subhanaw taala. By buying down in this verse, Allah subhanaw taala forces them to bow down into the Hellfire that they will be dragged into their faces upon their faces into the hellfire. Now what is interesting about this verse is that Allah subhanaw taala uses the term hammer. Now one hammer,

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the term hammer, it comes from heemeyer, which is to protect something or to prevent something. So when Allah subhanho wa Taala is describing the Hellfire he's describing as something which is preventive. So what is the Hellfire possibly going to prevent some people from? Now this is something to ponder about what the obvious answer to this is. It will prevent people from rusting. It will prevent people from having a break, it will prevent people from ever being in a state of enjoyment. And this is why Allah subhanaw taala uses the term homea because unlike the fire of this world, the fire of the hereafter never ends. So you'll notice that in this life, your body naturally

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becomes desensitized to something. So you keep telling chumps some some some you keep touching something hot, your hand or your skin will build a tolerance for it, that over time it will be able to touch things which are more hotter. But in the Hereafter, that is not the case. It is a punishing fire that is perpetual. Now the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually tells us that the fire of the Hereafter is 60 times a 69 times more greater than the fire of this world. And this is something that is actually mind boggling. That shake up the theming of Himalaya and his explanation of the sutra, he talks about the sun. He says, Look at how many millions of miles away

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the sun actually is. Yet, we're able to feel its heat that you know, when it hits like 30 degrees in Calgary, we're like oh my god, this is too hot, we can't bear the heat anymore. And this is the sun when it's millions of miles away. Now imagine something that is at close proximity, and is at the very least 69 times harder than that. And then there's no getting out of that there's no escaping that there's no desensitizing to that, there's no Hey, you know the skin is going to burn off and you'll eventually die, you know, you're in that state for an eternity at that time. There's no getting out of it. And this is why our last panel to Allah, He says that it is a preventing fire,

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that it will prevent you from any relaxation for an eternity. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, to Squamish, alien Ania, they will be given to drink from a boiling spring. Now the term I mean, in the actually the first thing that is mentioned over here is the term to score. And this goes back to something that we discussed a couple of weeks back, which is much needed in mature that there's no one actually doing the action, but the action will be done to them. So they will be given something to drink, but it doesn't mention who will give them something to drink. And another recitation of this verse, it mentions that they themselves will drink from this, and they themselves

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will drink from this. And so the verse in our recitation of the Quran, we drink it as they will be given something to drink, but other recitations, they were cited as they will drink themselves, then the term the term iron is a very interesting term in the Arabic language, because genuinely speaking, the term is used for something that is very positive. So you think about the whole aim comes from the same concept. You think about the eye, which is the eye and you think about the the rivers of Paradise, Allah subhanaw taala talks about the springs of Paradise as the aim. Now here, Allah subhanaw taala is using the term AI in but in a negative context in a negative context. And he

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describes it as Ania he describes it as something which is boiling. So now this is something to think about. If you go outside of Calgary, they actually have an area called hot springs, Has anyone been there and have been hot springs, so you have two people that have been there Mashallah, that's what I want to go. You know, I really want to check it out. But this concept of a hot spring on how you can be in the middle of winter, but you still have this hot spring coming out. Allah subhanaw taala created, he created it as something miraculous, right? So in this dunya, you're like, wow, there's something really nice in the wintertime, you get to enjoy hot water. People are like, you

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know, sitting inside the water and they're bathing and you know, doing all sorts of other things. But here on this panel, Dan is describing this hot spring as this is what you will have to drink. This is what you will have to drink. Now, I want you to relate to this too. as Muslims, we have this great obsession regardless of where we're from. We love to drink tea, right? tea and coffee is a given. Whether you're Arab, whether you're a Pakistani, wherever you're from, you have your own sort of tea that you drink and more

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To the time it will be something hot. So we've all had that experience where we've had tea that is exceptionally hot that you take the first sip and you feel the tip of your tongue burn. So much so that even after that for the rest of the day, you will feel a sensation, feeling that it is burnt here unless somehow No, Dan is saying that on that day, people will become so thirsty, that even though they know that this water will burn their insights, this spring will burn their insights, due to their immense amount of thirst, they will continuously drink it. Likewise, in the Hellfire, right? A person is in so much heat, the natural reaction is let me go get some water. And hey, I can

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put the fire out. But what's important to understand is that the fire of the Hereafter is not like the fire of this world. In this world, you throw sand over it, you hit it with some cloth, you pour some water over it, you put baking soda on it, it extinguishes the fire, the fire of the Hereafter, because it is so severe, it can't be extinguished. And that is why the watcher and actually makes it worse. Now you can imagine the state of mind a person must be in to consciously drink this water, knowing that it's going to burn their insights. Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say they sell a home for Armand in lemon Doria that they will have no food for them, except for a poisonous thorny plant.

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So the food that they will have is something known as Berea and the scholars of Tafseer mentioned that diarrhea is very similar to a cactus plant. In fact, in the Arabic language, they call it something known as a shivalik. So a cactus plant. So now when you think about cactus plant, it's not something that you would think about eating, even in modern day cuisine, they've started to incorporate it into food. But when you think about a cactus plant, it's not something that you would think about eating because of how thorny it is. So now here are lots of animal data saying that they will have no food to eat, except to eat from this cactus plant. And can you imagine that sensation,

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perhaps you're having some chicken ones, and a small bone, or perhaps you're having some fish once, and that small skeletal bone and got stuck in the back of your throat? Do you remember how annoying that was? how frustrating it was? And how painful it actually was? No, imagine that is what you're actually eating. You're eating this plant that is filled with thorns. And as it's going down, it's going to keep cutting you but you're so hungry, overwhelmed by hunger, that at that time you don't care. You're like let me have anything that will take away the pangs of hunger. And so you continue to eat this plant. And what is the benefit of this plant? Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say that

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you know whether you can even do that it is not something that has any nutritional value, nor will it take away one's hunger, you will continue to eat this plant that is extremely thorny. It will not have any nutritional value. So it won't give you any energy. Nor will ever is a person's hunger be taken away, nor will a person's hunger be taken away. I'm hearing someone falling asleep.

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inshallah, maybe we can wake them up and ask them to go Mikoto

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maybe you can go Makoto and come back in no problem, inshallah.

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And then it will it won't take away from their hunger and they'll continue to eat this thorny plant. So let's find out Allah goes on to say that this story is very similar to the cactus plant that it won't take away from your hunger, nor will it provide any nutritional value. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala he changes direction of the surah. So the first part of the surah we tied back to sort of Allah we talked about those individuals that turned away from the reminders. So Allah subhanaw taala, he mentioned in sort of Allah that the wretched people will be those that turn away from the reminders. And Allah subhanaw taala addresses the first part of sort of Russia, to those individuals

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that turned away from the reminders meaning that they were very arrogant. They said we don't need to be reminded, and they turned away from those reminders. Allah subhanaw taala addresses the first part of the syrup to them. And then we mentioned that in the say, the insert of Allah Allah subhanaw taala mentions two types of successful people, those people that purified themselves in terms of spiritually and then those people that established the prayer and remembered Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now Allah Spano tala goes on to mention what their consequences are of purifying themselves and worshipping Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now here's an important thing to understand. Why does Allah

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subhanaw taala pair both of these opposites together? The first thing to understand is that only through the opposite, will you truly appreciate something so you have something dark, you have something light, it is only when you have dark and light that you can appreciate opposites. But I want you to think about Imagine you're in an examination.

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And the teacher says that you know what everyone in this classroom got an F, everyone in the classroom got an F, you wouldn't feel too bad because everyone fields together, like allowing that losing field altogether, right? But now I want you to imagine, the teacher comes into the classroom and says, half of you got an F, and half of you got an A. Now the people who got an F, they're going to feel twice as miserable, because like, hey, there's a group that was actually successful, we could have been, but we did a study and we didn't prepare. And now we're from the failures. This is what Allah subhanaw taala is trying to tell us over here, that on the Day of Judgment, there will

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only be two camps, those people that are going to paradise and those people that are going to the hellfire. And what will make it more miserable for the people of the Hellfire is that they will recognize people who are successful and going to paradise because they knew that they could have been like them, they could have changed their ways. They could have worship Allah subhanho wa Taala and they could have been saved. So this is why Allah subhanho wa Taala pairs the two together in the surah saying that there are two camps and you want to save yourself from that regret by rectifying your affairs and situation in this dunya. So Allah Spanos, Allah starts off by talking about the

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successful people by saying, would you even know that other faces will be faces which are filled with delight, and with joy.

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We've all seen these people that you can tell on their face that you know something big is happening in their lives. So an individual just gets engaged for you know, after being single for so long. You see him he has a big smile on his face, you know, something biggest happened in his life. So he was been struggling to get a job. And after like two years of struggling to get a job, he finally gets a job. You see that delight on his face, a couple that couldn't have children, after trying to have children for 10 years, Allah subhanaw taala finally blessed them with a with a child, you see the delight on their face? No, all of this delight will be absolutely nothing compared to the delight of

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the people who will be entered into paradise, because they will be the individuals that will realize that hey, all that strife, all that hard work, waking up for fudger at like three o'clock in the morning with freezing cold water and trying to come out to the masjid, you know, it was all worth it at the end, because now I have gender and this is where I'm going to be forever. And the pleasure for an eternity cannot be weighed with a pleasure that is you know, finite that is just limited in this dunya. So the delight that will be seen on their faces is a completely different delight is a completely different delight. This I have an idea that what it struggled for and strive for in this

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life, it will be very, very happy with. And this is again going back to a verse that Allah subhanaw taala described, the disbelievers with Amina to nasima, that they're doing this hard strenuous work, and they have nothing to show for it in the hereafter or in terms of the life of the eternity. Whereas the believers on the other hand, their struggles, they will be recognized Lisa rodya that they will be content with what Allah subhanho wa Taala gives them. So here you see this comparison and contrast that Allah subhanho wa Taala puts forth between the disbelievers and the believers.

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Then Allah subhana wa Taala goes on to say fie genoten Alia, it will, they will be in a lofty paradise, a paradise, which is very, very high. Now, this is something that even in this dunya you know, people strive for, you stay at a hotel, you want to stay on the highest floor, you're renting an apartment, you want to stay on the highest level, you're doing anything you want to be at the highest level. So let's find out Allah He understands human nature, and that mentality of always wanting to be high, psychologically, it gives us this feeling of being empowered. But in another sense, if you want to see the most beautiful aspects of the dunya it's always from the top, it's

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never at the bottom. So here unless of animate Allah talks about how the believers will be in the loftiest of positions in gender, that they will be in the high rises of gender, looking over everything else that is around them. And so finally it was actually based upon this verse that actually chose the name of my daughter idea that I thought you know, what, you know, earlier Mashallah, when she was born, she was quite tall. And you know, this is a very beloved sorta to me and as was beloved to the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam, so I thought you know what, let's name her idea and billion nights and we pray that she is a cause for myself and my family and inshallah

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everyone here that we know we all enter Jannah and are in the highest levels of general Bismillah it's Allah.

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Fie, Jonathan Allah so Allah subhanaw taala will prepare for those people, the highest of positions. Let us now see how lucky we are.

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They shall not hear anything harmful, or of falsehood. Now this is particularly addressing the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but generally it refers to the Muslims as well, that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam constantly had to hear this name calling, constantly had to hear this mockery constantly had to hear the insults. So here the Messenger of Allah Islam specifically is being taught that look, once you get to gender, all the struggles that you had, you're not going to face those anymore, because it's not a piece of struggling. It's a place of enjoyment. But as a Muslim, you can relate to this as well, that you look at, you know, how

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the world is turning right now, being a practicing Muslim is something quite difficult. If you're seeing with a beard, you're seeing with a hijab, you're seeing it within the club, you're seeing with a coffee on your head, no people will have this prejudice towards you, unfortunately. And Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us that in the Hereafter, none of that will exist, not the selfie Hallelujah, that you won't hear any false or vain speech. Now, this is something important to understand

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that the most beloved of places

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to Allah subhanho wa Taala are going to be places that there is no vain speech. So in Paradise, you will have good speech, you will have the praise of Allah subhanaw taala the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala. Now, one of the reflections that amorphous Iran brought forth was the look at the state of your own homes, the state of your own homes, is it a speech that is beloved and pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala in terms of the way that you address one another, in terms of the way that you interact with one another in terms of the things that you listen to the things that you watch, or these things that are conducive to being from paradise? Or are they conducive to being things from

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the Hellfire, where a lot of it is speech that is in vain, or useless and future talk, or perhaps even speech that is how long like music and swearing and cursing and those sort of things. So you want to think about that the type of house that you live in, in this life, is the type of house that you will have in the hereafter as well. So if you don't rectify your house in this life, then it is feared that you will not be protected from having that similar type of house in the Hereafter, as well. You will not be protected from having a similar house, in the hereafter as well. And obviously in the positive sense, the same thing goes forth as well, that you bring a house that is you know,

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built upon the taqwa of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala, then you will have a similar house in the hereafter as well. He had no idea that there in will be running spring water as well, there will be running spring water as well. And Allah subhanho wa Taala, he describes in the Koran, particularly how there will be four types of springs and rivers. For the believers who remembers what they are one of the four types of springs, go ahead denish.

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Wine

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and watch the obvious one. So let's find out what's out there he talks about these four specifically, right, that the believers will have these four types of rivers, these four types of springs, there will be a milk that doesn't go bad, like the milk of this world, even with all the chemicals that they put into our milk. After a month, it starts turning into cheese, right? Then think about the alcohol, the ill effects of alcohol, the alcohol of the Hereafter is not going to have an intoxicating effect, that there will be no drunk people in the hereafter. In a sauna and this muscle in particular, in every couple of weeks, we have like drunk people come in. And even.

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It's true, like the brothers who come here, they know that we've even had people who are drunk, and they want to take their Shahada, and you're like, you can't take your Shahada, you're drunk, but the alcohol of the hereafter it has no intoxicating effect, your you'll enjoy it and you won't lose your your your your mental faculties you'll be very cognitive, right? So now here, Allah subhanaw taala. He says behind Anjali, he keeps it very indefinite because you have that variety of what you would like to drink, you would have that variety of what you would like to drink. He has Soto Marfa,

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the term city or in the modern the Arabic language, it means a bed. But traditionally, it used to mean a couch it used to mean a throne. The Arabs of the past they were mainly nomads, right? The vast majority of Arabs of the past, they were nomads, they would travel from place to place trying to gather food and collect that food and just trying to survive. It was only the rich amongst them that were stable, that were able to have these beds because they wouldn't have to travel around so they wouldn't carry those beds with them. Whereas the ones that were nomads, they would have to travel so thus they couldn't afford to have beds. And then once you know things settled down the

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term Cydia became known to became became known as a bed. So when Allah subhanaw taala talks about fee has sodoma who is

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More about a throne or you know an elevated couch than a person will have. You will notice that the kings of the past they had these elevated thrones that everyone else is on one level, and then they are sitting on this elevated platform. And this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling us that the believers in the hereafter they will have their own elevated thrones, and then they will have their own servants and they will have their own minions and they will be at the service of the believers in the hereafter. So the ones who are in the service of Allah subhanho wa Taala, in this dunya, Allah subhanho wa Taala sends the servants and the maintenance to be in their service in the

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hereafter upon these elevated thrones, those that humbled themselves in the dunya, Allah subhanho wa Taala elevates their status in the hereafter

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work while bumo dua and their cups set at hand and their cups set at hand. The Qube genuinely in the Arabic language it means which is it means a cup, but our understanding of a cup is you know those things that we drink our tea and so we'll have a handle. But in the Arabic language, a coupe is something that does not have a handle. In fact, if you were to look at the bottle, it is maybe the opposite of this, that it starts off very big at the bottom, then it gets thin, and then it gets wide again at the top. Right. So almost I don't know what the modern day freeze rate is. But you wonder it's like a vessel like that. It's big at the bottom. It thins up, and then it goes wide

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again. We use this in a physics class. What was it called? a goblet? Maybe a goblet? But goblet is like like a cup. This is more like a beaker. Is that the word?

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beaker is that the word that we use in physics? Yeah, something like a beaker almost. So it started goes up like this. And then it goes wide again. So that's what a cube actually is. So it doesn't have a handle on the side. You just hold it from there and you drink. And unless I know what the hell is telling us that they will be ready for you at all times. So in this dunya you want tea, you ask your wife you're like upstairs or downstairs in the basement you're showing to your wife, Hey, can you make me some tea, and she'll be like, yeah, I'll make it for you in like five minutes, half an hour goes by you're still waiting for your tea, right and you can apply this to everything else

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as well. But here let's find out the other thing that engender whatever you want. It will be ready for you at that time that you won't have to think about it. You won't have to wait for it. It will be readily placed for you in a waiting for you to drink it Bismillah E to Allah. Then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say when America must foofa and Christians that will be set up in rows. So now for those of you that have ever been in an Arab mejlis you'll notice that the Arabs they sit on the floor and they have cushions all around Allah subhanaw taala is saying that in Paradise, Allah subhanho wa Taala will have a similar setup, that you will have this room where perhaps you can

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entertain your guests. Perhaps you know this is your room for amusement and entertainment and you will just have cushions everywhere that there will be no shortage of cushions and the cushions are psychologically actually very comforting. That from a psychological perspective, when you think about cushions, what are the emotions that you feel with it right? for kids to think about pillow fights for adults, maybe they'll think about sleeping for other people to think about reclining on them right so genuinely it has this very positive psychology behind it. And here Allah subhanho wa Taala says that in general, this room will have pillows and cushions lined up one after another.

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That row after row they'll just be there for you at your disposal was RBU mapusa and rich carpets to spread all out. So here are less panels Allah talks about the carpets that the finest of carpets and one of them have a zero. He actually mentioned that these carpets will be softer than velvet itself that this carpets will be softer than velvet itself. So in the corpus that you have no there will be extremely soft so you won't have hard floors, but it will be a carpeted floor and it will be extremely soft and very nice.

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Now at this point, Allah subhanaw taala finishes talking about the pleasantries of the people of paradise. So those people that purified themselves, those people that prayed and supplicating to Allah subhanho wa Taala those people that benefited from the reminders, this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala has in store for them. This is what Allah subhanho wa Taala has in store for them. Now Allah subhanaw taala changes the course of the surah directing it back to those people that denied the message of Allah subhanho wa Taala they denied the reminders of Allah subhanaw taala and the first thing he asks them indirectly in the third person of Allah young Verona in an ebony kafer

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wholecut that do they not see how miraculously Allah

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Allah created the camel. Now I want you to think about this. What are the possible benefits one can achieve from a camel. Now obviously we live very urbanized lives. Some of us may have not seen a camel. How many people have seen a camel here physically seen the camel? As he alhumdulillah Most of us have seen a camel have done so now what are the practical and tangible when you've seen the camel Ibrahim in the zoo? Mashallah.

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What are the practical and tangible benefits we can derive from a camel Who can tell me this do a group think right here? What are the things that we can use a camel for? Go ahead, cubs.

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Fantastic so you can eat the meat of the camera? You can eat the meat of the camera fantastic. So you have eating its meat What else do we have?

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Riding so you can ride the camera? Fantastic. What else can you do

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miskeen skin so you can skin the camera and use the skin to protect you good What else?

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The milk of the camera fantastic. So it has nutritional value and its milk as well. What else can you use the camera for?

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To travel in the desert fantastic. So places where other animals can take you. The camel can take you what else we're still thinking missing some obvious ones.

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Fantastic to carry stuff we lose our mode of transportation transporting heavy things.

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As a sign from Allah subhanho wa Taala so it is a reminder from Allah subhanho wa Taala I'm thinking of one more thing in the nighttime. This is something that is not too commonly known. But what are you going to say?

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Okay, all right, that's good. We're getting to that in a second. So don't jump the gun. We're still talking about what can we use the camera for?

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And that's exactly what he mentioned as well, nor his will right now we're talking about what can we use the camera for?

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So the Hamza Go ahead.

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Fantastic. Explain when would you drink a Campbell's urine?

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Do you know what it's for though? Okay, so even drinking the camel's urine. And this is something by you know, our teacher she got molested at a highly hospital, he actually has a camera form. And when you go to the form, you can actually smell the urine. It's very potent and it is a very foul smell. Like you know, human urine has its own smell. And I don't know of any other animal that has such a strong smell of urine, like the chemical a camel, camel urine, but the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he tells us that people who have problems in their stomach one of the cures for it is the drinking of camel urine. Abdul Karim Rahim Allah, he mentioned that those people that have

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the constant fever that are regularly struck by fever, drinking camel urine, It empties out, you know, the the body of its oxidants. Right, so the camel urine is someone that can drink that can be drunk. Now you look at all these benefits from the camel, you see that it is unlike any other animal just in terms of its benefits, right? A horse cannot go into the desert. But a camel can go in the desert and it can walk on the street as well. Allah subhanaw taala created physically strong is meat is something that is actually enjoyed, it is something that you can ride upon. And unlike other animals, like the two brothers were mentioning over here, as you're going through the desert, you

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will need to replenish yourself with water. That may be like 100 times before the camel needs to replenish itself once a camel can go up to nine days without water. Whereas you as a human being, you know, one day goes by and you think you're going to die. Right? So it's a completely different world altogether. And this is why Allah subhanaw taala poses this question. That's something that you see regularly all the time the Arabs were exposed to these cameras all around them, will they not contemplate the signs that Allah Subhana Allah created inside of these cameras. And you'll notice another thing about campus cameras Don't forget easily. So if you ever abused the camera when

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it was a child, when it goes older, it will come and get into revenge whoever finds you. Another thing you'll notice about cameras is that Allah subhanaw taala has created them extremely arrogant, that Allah gave him the strength. And they're the only animal that when they go on the road, they don't care if there's a car coming, they will just stand there and like try to attack you instead of you know, you move the money out of the way you have to move out of the way for the gamble, right? So it has this stubbornness, this arrogance to it.

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And this is how most panels are created the camera amongst many, many other things that you will find inside the camera. And unless I know what Allah says, will he then not reflect on the signs that Allah subhanaw taala created inside the camel and how it was created, while the summit ek for Lafayette and the skies and how Allah subhanho wa Taala raised the sky

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So you look at the skies above us, you know, it's amazing how it's always the same color, right? It will fluctuate from that blue to the gray, maybe it'll turn a bit darker, sometimes maybe a bit lighter sometimes, but it's always there. And unless I know it's Allah created, extremely elevated, and high, and this is like the beginning of our ozone, and unless I know that Allah keeps it high above us, as a sign that is there all the time, it doesn't move. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, what llg barely kafer no seabirds, and how Allah subhanho wa Taala fixed the mountains as pegs. So now this again is, you know, part of the scientific miracles inside of the

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Koran.

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Back at the time of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they didn't know that mountains continued below the mountain itself. So you see the surface of the mountain. But even if this was a mountain, you still have like another piece that is underground. And that is what keeps the ground stable. And that is why when you start destroying mountains, this is like, causes instability in the ground, and is a possible way to cause tremors and earthquakes, because the mountains are there as pegs to keep the ground stable. So let's find out I think so do you not see how we keep the mountains as pegs to keep the ground stable. We're in and out of the cave.

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Now, this was something very, very interesting, and how Allah subhanaw taala created the earth as something that is our widespread, the term sup in the Arabic language, it means a roof, right, and the roof generally is going to be empty and is going to be widespread. So now what's interesting over here is how this verse actually has a dual meaning, the direct meaning the literal meaning is look at how Allah subhanho wa Taala flattened out to the earth. And he made it easy for us to travel there in that yes, there are some mountainous parts, but that's just to keep the earth stable. But for the most part, Allah subhanaw taala created the world flat, so it's easy to travel and it's easy

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to you know, have agriculture and no grow crops they're in. So that is the literal meaning of the verse. But the second meaning of the verse, did you not see how Allah subhanho wa Taala created the earth as a roof? What would that mean? When would the earth actually be a roof?

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Who can give me the answer to that? One is the earth the roof for you.

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Fantastic, fantastic. That is exactly it, that when you're underneath the ground, the earth actually becomes your roof, it becomes your shelter, it becomes your top. So here Allah subhanaw taala is indirectly telling us Have you not seen how everything at one point or another will have the earth as its roof. That is the second meaning that Allah subhanaw taala is implying that by flooding it out. And by creating it as a sub that Have you not seen how Allah subhanaw taala will cause everything to die, and then eventually everything will go back into this earth and we'll have it as a roof.

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Now after mentioning all of these signs that even the most ignorant of people was aware of that you have know the ignorant Bedouin man, and then you have you know, the philosopher, the scientists are almost the Arabs. All of these signs they apply to all of them. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala changes the course of the sutra again, this time addressing the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for the Cure in the Ummah and Tomodachi that remind for your only one who reminds so here Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the job of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that for the most part, you're telling people stuff that they're already familiar with. The last minute

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Allah created that Fiddler inside a person's fitrah that is saline that is still intact, what they are told, will naturally be inclined to this that will want to welcome this message of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so he only needs to remind them, right? He's only there to remind the people less than him be Messiter and you're not a dictator over them. So if someone doesn't want to listen to your message, you know, they're free to go at the end of the day, we will all reap what we sow. Those people who do good will get a good reward those who will do bad will get a bad reward.

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And this again, it shows us you know, two elements over here. Number one, how there is no compulsion in religion. You cannot force people to follow the religion that you want them to follow. At the end of the day, it's their conscious decision that they will have to make and this is what Allah subhanaw taala is telling the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now why is Allah subhana wa Taala telling this specifically to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? Because the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to take it very, very personally, that when he would give the message to someone, and they will not accept that message

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message, he will take it very, very personal, he would be personally affected, you know, why is this person not accepting the message? Why do they not want what is good for them. And here Allah subhanaw taala is telling him Look, take it easy. You can't force them to accept Islam. And it's something that either they accepted and they get this reward or they reject it and they reap its punishment after that

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Illa Manta Wanda waka for except for the one who turns away and disbeliefs So now let us understand these three verses together for the good in them and Tomodachi that remind the people because you're on your reminder, let's die let him be more seated. And you are not a dictator over them in law mentor, one law worker, except for the one that turned away and disbeliefs What is this verse referring to? It does this mean that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can now become a dictator to those individuals that turned away and disbelieved in his message? No, it's not referring to that at all. What it is referring to is an informative of the future, that our time

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will come on Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that is very people who are humiliating you and degrading you right now. You will have power and authority over them. So the people of Aquarius, remember this is a muck and sooner. The time will come when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will come back into Makkah, and he will have authority over those people. And that is when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam chose to forgive them. And that is when most of them entered into Islam.

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Islam and tawanda will cover for you as Abraham Allahu Akbar, except for those that even after, you know, you showed them this mercy, and he still chose disbelief, like the very few that you know, left America in the state of disbelief, and so on and so forth. For you it Allahu Akbar, then Allah subhanho wa Taala will give them the greatest and severes of punishments. Now, what is the most panatela mentioned greatest severe punishment here? Because these people, they witnessed the revelation of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam, they witnessed revelation coming down to him. Likewise, the mere the witness, the mergesort, of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, they witness the miracles that Allah subhanaw taala had given him, they witnessed the signs that Alison I no doubt had sent to previous prophets and messengers and nations, talking about the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the witness the effect that Islam had on its people, right, that literally transformed every aspect of their lives, from the economic to the sociological to the psychological, to the spiritual, the witnessed all of this transformation. And even after all of this witnessing, they still deny the message of Islam. Meaning that the Haggadah, the proof has been established upon them, and they have no more excuses after that. And that is why Allah subhanaw

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taala will give them such a severe punishment. So this is particularly referring to the Quraysh that lived amongst the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi Salaam, witnessing all of this, then Allah subhanaw taala will give them the severe punishment in the elayna er boom, that eventually to us, they will return. So meaning that no one escapes returning to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So in this dunya a person thinks that you know, they can get away with crimes, they can get away from hiding their sins, they can get away from doing all sorts of things, but eventually we all have to return back to Allah subhanaw taala and there's no hiding at that time. So my Elena, so Marlena has a bomb,

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then upon us will be the reckoning, then upon us will be the reckoning. So here Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us the important part, that in this dunya that particularly when it comes to the message of Islam, in particular, you will have groups of people, you'll have groups of people, you'll have the believers that accepted the message, they're going to paradise, then you will have the disbelievers particularly those that were given the message, they knew the truth, and they rejected, they're going to the Hellfire, then you will have those groups of people that perhaps they weren't given the message clearly, or perhaps he never received the message at all that you know, in the

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1800s. They were living in the middle of the desert or in the middle of the jungle, and they never heard about Islam, there was no TV, there was no internet, there was no interaction with Muslims than these people on that today, they will be sent a prophet and messenger. If they call that Prophet and Messenger, they're entered into paradise. If they reject that Prophet and Messenger, then they're entered into the hellfire. And this is what Allah subhanaw taala means that upon us is the reckoning. Now, what's important to understand is that when we talk about reckoning over here, that the believers genuinely will have very easy or little to no reckoning, whereas the disbelievers

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they will have a very detailed reckoning a very detailed reckoning. They will be questioned about each and every

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Second, each and every action. And this is why when Allah subhanaw taala talks about reckoning, it is such, you know, a severe thing that you can think about. Maybe you have like a company credit card, and then at the end of the month, your boss asks you, Hey, you know, did everything okay with the expenses? And you're like, yeah, you know, everything went fine. This is like easy reckoning. But imagine if the the boss pulls out the statement, and he's like, Okay, what was this transaction about? Why did you do this transaction? Why did you do it with this company? Why did you pay so much? Imagine that detailed reckoning and how excruciating and painful and you know, I anxiety

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creating, it would be for an individual. And this is why Allah subhanho wa Taala. He mentioned over here through Marlena his album, that we are the ones that even if you know, you think you were able to get justice in this life with some of them, the ultimate justice will be will be with Allah subhanho wa Taala in the hereafter when he gives them their recommend. We pray that Allah subhana wa Taala mixes from those who are given the glad tidings, and not from those who are shown the Hellfire or put in the hellfire. I mean,

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we'll conclude with that to sallallahu wasallam roboticle Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam, and we'll open up the floor for q&a inshallah.

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We'll take three questions.

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Three questions.

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Fantastic. So

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there is this concept known as what we will call being excused by ignorance. And this is a principle that established not only in a worldly sense, but in the religious sense, as well. That Allah subhana wa Tada. He tells him the Quran, Omar coonawarra Bina hotton avasarala, that we will never punish the people up until we send a messenger to them. So as you know, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the final and last messenger, which was 1400 years ago. So from 1400 years till the end of time,

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it will not be possible that everyone will hear the message of Islam because Allah subhanaw taala did not create the word like that, right? So those individuals that did not hear the message of Islam, and scholars included in this, those people that hurt a distorted message of Islam, meaning that you know, like they were just taught propaganda, right, then those people, even though in this dunya, we treat them as disbelievers, they're buried in the graves of the disbelievers in the Hereafter, Allah subhanaw taala will create will make them a separate nation.

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And this separate nation at that time will be sent a profit or messenger, and whoever follows the Prophet and Messenger at that time will be entered into paradise.

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On the day of judgment, yes, and whoever rejects the Prophet and Messenger then eventually goes to the hellfire.

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No, there's no mention that the Messenger of Allah says Allah Mohammed, Salah Sonam will be sent to them, it just mentioned is very generally that our prophet or messenger will be sent to them.

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You'd be surprised the things people can refuse. And we'll see what Allah subhanaw taala is telling us in the sooner that you witness revelation coming down, you witness the miracles that were sent to him. You saw the transformation that the people went through through their Islam, you saw the mercy of the messenger of our system, even in the way that he treated you then even after all this, you rejected Islam. Right? And that was like in a period of like 63 years, right? So here they'll have like one, you know, one moment Allah knows how long it will be, but let's just call it one moment to make that decision. So on that day, you know, Allah knows best what will happen. But you know,

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anything can happen as we've seen Allah tala Go ahead. You got the answer. Okay.

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Any other questions?

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Exactly. So the life of the Hereafter is very different from the life of this world. So when Allah subhana wa tada says that the Messenger of Allah Switzerland is the seal of all of the prophets. In this world, there will be no new prophets and messengers with a new Sharia revealed. So even though he sadly some will come back down, he's not coming back with a new idea. He's not coming back with new legislation. He's just coming back upon the legislation of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Similarly, that Prophet and Messenger, like I mentioned, it seems like it's such a short moment according to the narrations that we have, that there is not going to be time for legislation.

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There's not going to be time for any rulings or salon or anything like that. It is purely about Hey, are you going to follow this prophet on messenger or not? Or are you going to reject Him and those that follow him going to paradise and those that the

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So by him going through the

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similar sort of

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people being tested by the fire saying, enter into the fire, and those who agree after will be the ones who will be saved. Right. Right. So that's what's the some of the narration is actually mentioned that this prophet, he'll say, follow me into the fire, right? And that's where the test actually is. Because if the problem is going towards paradise, who wouldn't follow the Prophet into paradise? Right, but the actual test is, and some of the narration is that he will walk into the fire, and the partner will say, follow me into the fire. And the people like why would we follow you into the fire at that time?

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Definitely, definitely. Yeah, like faith. Um, this is the the biggest thing about faith, that faith is much, much greater than what the eye can see. Right? Faith is always greater than what the eye can see. And this is what the two scenarios tell us that even with the gel, you know, he's presenting you the fire, but actually it's like something cold, and he's presenting you cold water and then actually is the fire. Same thing with the the profit at the end of time, is like he's telling you, let's go to the health is going let's go to the fire, but actually, it's taking you an agenda. And then those people that deny the fire are actually going to be going to the hellfire. Or

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Maha Tanana. We'll take one last question. If there's any last questions, go ahead.

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It's mentioned that one day will be as long as 50,000 years in terms of how many days it will be a Lost Planet Allah knows best. So it's going to be a very long time. A very, very long time from now let make it easy upon all of us. Federal concluded that panic alone will be having a shadow in the Highland istockphoto or to what you like