31 Tafsir Juz E Amma Surah Al Burooj

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Rahim in Al Hamdulillah

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So I got a pleasant bit of news this morning. And that pleasant bit of news being that we're expecting a snowfall this Friday shot. So welcome to Calgary. For those of you who are new, we're expecting our first snowfall in the month of October. Villella heated up I found that actually quite entertaining because you know when you think about wintertime, usually you'd think January February sometime later than that, but here you know smack bang in the middle of fall. We're expecting our first snowfall lie Tada. And it's amazing. You know, that's the way Allah subhanaw taala created the universe that here we are beginning our winter. And then you speak to our brothers and sisters in a

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place like Australia, and they're getting ready for their summertime. Same planet same month, but completely different weathers some kind of law. Would that have been said tonight we're beginning our tafsir of serotonin porridge. And as we mentioned last week, sort of borrowed and sold photonic work to suitors that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to pair together who remembers in which sellers in which solid to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam parasaur piercer barrage and Soto Tarik together.

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Fantastic. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as reported by Imam in the same abode that he used to recite sortal barrage and so Tarik together in the door and answer prayers regularly. So there's a relationship between the two. And you see that relationship very forward straight from the very first verse, where Allah subhanaw taala begins the sutra by saying was summer evangel, borage. So here Allah subhana wa tada begins by taking an oath by the summer, who remembers what the difference between summer and summer What is? What is the difference between summer and summer? What we mentioned this on Friday for those of you that were present,

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and what some what

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the sky is fantastic. So somehow we mentioned is anything that is above us. And somehow what is literally referring to the sky itself, the blue sky with the clouds that is known as summer. What do you notice at the very beginning Allah subhanaw taala begins by taking an oath by the exact same thing. Now what's interesting over here is if you look at the sutras before sort of broach the extraordinary akok motto 15 and another and as the art advisor, you'll notice that now in the this is the first time in Jiu Zama that Allah subhanaw taala starts taking an oath that from shortall borage onwards till the end of June Yama, this is where the oaths begin. So what's interesting to

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note over here is why is Allah subhanho wa Taala, beginning the oaths over here. Now, as we mentioned, the previous halaqaat there's these four suitors on borrowed public service model because Allah and sort of Russia, these four in particular, were sent with regards to the Quraysh, rebuking their understanding of the Day of Judgment, because they thought they could not be resurrected, right? They thought that Allah subhanaw taala created them, and that once they died in this world, that would be the end of it. But here, Allah subhanaw taala and these four shows in particular, he re emphasize the fact that they will stand in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of

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Judgment, and that is why Allah subhanaw taala takes these oaths, one to take an oath by something that they recognize everyone recognizes the sky, wherever you are in the world, you will see a sky above you, that is what

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takes the oath today to make the tie them together with something that they recognize. Number two, that Allah subhanho wa Taala shows the importance of these things. So everything that is above us, the summer, this includes the angels, this includes the lahoma food, this includes Allah subhanaw taala, all of these things are a part of the summer and they are of great importance. And that is where Allah subhanaw taala begins by taking both of these things. And the third thing is to call these things as a witness. So we mentioned this in sort of pathetic to call these things as a witness against us. So these are the three primary reasons why Allah subhanaw taala will take an

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oath. Now what's different between sort of bodek and sort of broach is the second word now in this very first verse, so unless I know that this isn't sort of robotic, was semi automatic, and Allah subhanaw taala goes on over here was either till barrage

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He Allah subhanaw taala swears by everything that is above us, but here he gives it a particular description that will gurus, that over here means possessor of and borouge linguistically means something that is fortified or something that is clearly apparent to the people. So Allah subhanaw taala he tells us in sort of Sultan Nisa, that death will come to you, while quantum Fiorucci macheda that even if you're in these fortified fortresses and towers, death will come to you even in those places. So the term borouge it comes from bonds, which is something which is tall and appearance, and in a lot of cases for the fight as well. Now another Spinal Tap refers to Guruji.

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Over here, in this sutra, it is referring to the constellations in the sky, constellations in the sky, meaning that if you look into the sky, a lot of the times your mind to be hallucinate. And you're like, Hey, I see something. So it's nighttime, you're really hungry, you look into the sky, and he all of a sudden you see like a slice of pizza or something like that, right? This is like a hallucination to the constellation. But then there actually are real, real constellations, that every night you will see the exact same pattern, because it's actually there. So you look at you know, the Milky Way galaxy, they say it's formed in the form of, you know, of this pattern of milk

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and so on and so forth. Now, in the Jamelia, they had the science known as El mundo. El Mundo Juma is very similar to what we will call horoscopes today. So in this day and age, they asked you what month were you born in? And if you were born in like, July, you're a cancer if you're born in January, You're something else. Now this science of horoscopes and fortune telling is something that is completely wrong, right? Because it attempts to predict the future when Allah subhanho wa Taala is the only one that knows the unseen. So what is the purpose behind these constellations? Allah subhanho wa Taala created the stars in general, for three main purposes. Who remembers what the

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three main purposes are? Why Allah subhanho wa Taala created the stars.

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What are the three main purposes raise your hand? Go ahead.

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Fantastic.

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Fantastic. Fantastic. So those are the three primary reasons why Allah subhanaw taala created the stars. Number one is a beautification for the skies. And this is something that if you go out to nature, and you look out, you know, far away from the city, you stare up at the stars, seldom will you find something more beautiful than the sky that Allah subhanaw taala created in a really, really amazing span Allah. Number two is that Allah subhanaw taala created it as a guide, that the intelligent people of the past, they didn't have these campuses that we have today didn't have, you know, these gadgets in our cards that tell you which direction you're going in, but rather they had

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to figure out which direction they were going and by looking at the stars, so generally speaking, you try to find a North Star you head towards it, you should be going north at that time. So it is a direction for the ones that are lost. And then number three, Allah subhanaw taala created it as rule joumana shocking as pellets for the devil's themselves. So before the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came down, the jinn they used to go up to the lowest heavens, and listen to the secrets of the habits. So the angels were ever talking about something or less, I know that I told the angels something that James would try to listen to that conversation. But when the Messenger of

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Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent, this door was now closed, it was forbidden for them to do so. And now every time they would try to do so, Allah subhanaw taala would tell the angels to pelt them with the stars. And that is why when you see a shooting star that's suited that shooting star is meant to be hitting a general shape on that is trying to listen into the secrets of the first heavens that is trying to listen into the secret of the first heavens. So here Allah subhanaw taala begins the surah by swearing and taking an oath by the sky, which can stay which contains these beautiful constellations in the sky, while your meal mode and Allah subhanaw taala takes a

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second oath by the promised date. So this goes back to our theme addressing that the Quran is used to deny the Day of Judgment. And here Allah subhanho wa Taala rebuking them, he actually takes an oath by this day, that this day is so important, it's so guaranteed that is going to happen that Allah subhanho wa Taala takes an oath by it. And this is like one of the miracles if you want to call it that, because I mean miracles in general, if you understand them, Allah subhanaw taala sends these messages that as science for the people that wants the more Jesus sent to you, you can not have Kufa after that you have to believe that is the point of a more Jesus. So one of the more

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desert that Allah subhanaw taala sends are those truthful statements in the Koran that are yet to occur? So the Day of Judgment hasn't happened yet, and it will happen and when it happens, this will be the more Jesus from Allah subhanaw taala that 1400 years ago, Allah subhanaw taala swore by it in the Quran warning you against it. So it is the

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Promise day that that day is coming. Now why is this day so important, particularly for the Quraysh? Why is this day so important, particularly for the college? It is important for two reasons, the first reason you've already been given, and that is the fact that the courage denied the Day of Judgment. But what is the second reason why this day is so important for the Quran? Allah subhanaw taala goes on to tell us in the next verse, we're almost final data says we're sure he didn't want to shoot. Here. Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to continuous taking an oath by the witness, and that which is witnessed. Now this is one of the beautiful verses in the Koran. We're in one verse,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala swears by all his creation. We discussed in other verses like this. Does anyone remember what that verse was? When one verse Allah subhanaw taala swears by all of his creation. And you want to remember what that verse was?

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I'll give you a hint. It was in Jerusalem.

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And it's in the Quran. Fantastic. The father lucky.

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Law. Good try, but not that.

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Nope. It was just one verse.

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Sorry. No, it's a very odd verse, in a way.

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Good Troy, but not it. And I just gave you another hint. By the way, if you picked up on it.

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It's a it's a verse in the Quran in Zeus ama, where in this one verse, Allah subhanaw taala swears by all of his creation.

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It is a very odd verse.

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Come on man. Odd

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was Shafi wildwater.

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So here when Allah says What shall we what that everything that was created in odds and evens, Allah subhanaw taala swears by it. And there is nothing that exists on this planet except that it is in odds and evens. So that is another verse that almost high note Allah swears by but this verse is even more eloquent than that. So here unless I know what that is, say, by everything that witnesses and everything that is witnessed, creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala is going to be in the state on the Day of Judgment, either on that day, you're a witness for something or you're being testified against. So all of the creation of Allah subhanaw taala will be in that state. Now particularly for

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the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This was a very powerful verse a very powerful concept, a beloved Masuda la de la Han, who he was asked by the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Will you please recite for me? Abdullah Masuda de la and we respond the other soon Allah How can I recite for you when the Quran was revealed to you and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, I like to hear it recited from someone else. So beloved nosode he starts reciting the Quran till he gets to the verse, that how will it be on that day when we bring forth a witness from every nation with Jana Vika Willa shahida, and we bring you all Mohammed sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam as a witness against all of those people there after uploading the sudo de la I know he says that when I recited that verse, I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam start to cry, because of what a burden some position it is to be a witness against someone else. So in this dunya, you don't recognize it, it you know, we build all of these trivial relationships. You see someone on the street, you say hi, hello. And that's the end of your relationship with some people. A blow claim, Rahim Allah, he mentioned that on the Day of Judgment, your test certification will be in accordance to the amount of time that you spent with that person.

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So the more time you spend with that individual, the more you will have to testify against them. And on that day, there is no line, there's no deception, there is no case. There's no like, you know, Hey, I'll hook you up. If you hook me up. You're in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala and your true nature will come out. And that is why it's such a petrifying state to be in that your wife knows what you're like, and the husbands know what the wives are like. And on the day of judgment when Allah subhanaw taala asks for a character witness, what was this person like? There's no getting out of it. So whatever you are truly like in this dunya Allah subhanho wa Taala will expose on the Day

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of Judgment. Now the biggest of all witnesses is none other than Allah subhanho wa Taala and this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala refers to later on in the sutra that when it comes to human beings, sometimes we may see something were you sure you're not sure you don't know? But when it comes to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah subhanaw taala here sees knows everything perfectly without any misunderstandings and he sees beyond the

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facade, whereas the human being sometimes can be deceived by it. So this is the eloquence of the verse that Allah subhanaw taala swearing by everything. And it's telling us that on the Day of Judgment, everything will be a showerhead. And I'm assured that everything will be a test certification or will be testified against on that day. Then Allah subhana wa Tada. Now he goes on to the major point of the sutra. So now, we mentioned previously that every time there is a custom, there has to be job custom. So Allah subhanaw taala is taking an oath. Now why is Allah subhana wa Taala taking that oath to give us Joe Belkacem to give it that ultimate truth. And the ultimate

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truth over here in this surah is what they call mocha Dara, it is something that is insinuated Allah subhanho wa Taala doesn't directly tell us what it is. And that truth is, that indeed you will be standing in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of Judgment. So the doable customers must love, it has been erased, and it is implied that you will indeed stand in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this is taken from the context of the beginning of the verse was semi evangel. Raj will Yeoman Load Washer he didn't want to shoot that this is the indication that the job will custom which is mocha data, or the answer to the oath which is insanely insinuated? Is that all you people,

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you will one day stand in front of Allah subhanaw taala. Now, why is this petrifying for the coresh this becomes petrifying for the police for that second reason that I was telling you about, because of the persecution that he put the Muslims through. So Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say cotulla is horrible, dude, that cursed were the people of the ditch. Kokila genuinely means someone was killed, right? katella means to kill someone who Tila means they were killed. But from a pros perspective, meaning from an eloquence perspective, from a poetic perspective, when you say something is quoting, it means it is you know, buried and Mattila is for from the mercy of Allah

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subhana wa Tada, which in short terms is something which is cursed. So here, let's define what Allah when he says, quoted as heaven Oh, dude, he means that not that they were killed, but rather cursed are the people of the ditch. Now who are the people of the ditch, this story is mentioned by Imam midorima Hola. And by Mr. Muslim, so both of these great scholars of Hadith, narrate this from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, that before the their time, the meaning before the time of the companions of the Allahu anhu, there was a sorcerer and a kink. And the sorcerer told the king, look, I'm getting old, I'm going to pass away soon, I need you to find someone that can

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become my progeny that can become my student. So the king, he goes to the town, and he finds this young boy. And he tells the boy that you are now to study with the sorcerer. So now as this king, he starts now as this young boy, he starts going to the sorcerer, he starts to feel very uncomfortable that you know, I shouldn't be learning this magic, it doesn't feel right. And what ends up happening is that each day as he's passing by going to the sorcerer, he comes across this monk, and a monk is always preaching and telling the people, and he's always amazed by the statements of the monk. Now time and time again, as this young boy stops with the monk, he's getting late. So he comes up to the

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source and the sources like where are you? And he says, I'm with the monk, and the sorcerer becomes extremely upset. He says, Don't spend time with that, Richard man, he's just going to misguide you. He's just going to lead you astray, but rather come from home straight to me. So the young boy, he starts telling the monk that, look, this is what the sorcerer is doing. I get in trouble each and every time. And every time I stopped with you, either my parents asked me where you were, or the sorcerer asks me where you are, what should I tell them? The monk tells this young boy, that and it shows you his intelligence. He says that when you're with the sorcerer, sorry, when you're with the

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monk, and you're supposed to go to the sorcerer, tell the sorcerer that you are with your parents with their people. And when you're with the people and you're with the monk, and tell them you were with the sorcerer at that time. So he's like setting them up against each other. And time goes on. And this boy becomes very, very impressed with this monk. Now what happens one day as he's on his way to the sourcer this confusion has built up inside of him. Look who's actually the better person? Is it the sourcer Is it the monk and as he's on his way, he comes across this big beast that is blocking off the path. So he makes this deal with Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, Oh Allah, if the

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actions and statements of the monk are more beloved to you, let me kill this beast. And if they are not, then let this beast stay alive. So the young boy, he picks up a stone

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And he throws it at the beast. Lo and behold, the beast passes or the beast dies. And the boy got what he was looking for a sign from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now this young boy he goes and tells the monk what happens. And this monk tells him, that you have even surpassed me now. Look, what is going to happen to you now didn't even happen to me. You're going to become a fitna for the people. You will be tested and tried through the people, they will try to kill you, they will try to exile you, you will have to be patient upon this. And slowly but surely, Allah subhanho wa Taala started to give this boy more powers, he was able to cure the blind, able to cure the sick. Now the people

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start hearing about this, particularly the courts, men of the kink. One day, one of the courts, men is blinded and he hears about this young boy, and he comes with a whole bunch of presidents. And he says, I've heard that you're able to cure the blind and the sick, and the boy tells him Look, I don't care, the blind or the sick, but it is Allah subhanho wa Taala. So if you want to be cured from your sickness, you want to be cured from your blindness, then believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala and ask Allah subhanho wa Taala, to cure you. And this is what the man does. And lo and behold, the man becomes cured from his blindness. He goes back to the king some days later. And the

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king asks him who cured you from your blindness? And he says, My Lord, the king says I did. And he says, No, my Lord, and your Lord, the king gets infuriated. At this time. He says, No, I'm the one that cured you. And the man who keeps on repeating, no, my Lord, and your Lord, Allah subhanho, wa Taala. Then what this king does is he starts torturing this man, he starts torturing this man, until he finds out about the boy. And then he summons the boy. And eventually, they bring the boy forth. And he says, I heard that you have the ability to cure. And the boy again, he says, No, I do not cure, but rather is Allah subhanho wa Taala that cures.

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So now, what ends up happening is that with this young boy, he starts torturing the boy, he starts torturing the boy. And the boy, eventually he gives up the monk, he says, I learned this from the monk, he brings the monk forth now. And he brings out a saw, and he saw the monkey and half, completely into half. Then he brings the man, the man who was blind and his eyesight was returned, he brings him and he shows him in half, as well. And he kills him. And he makes this an idea for the people that if you're going to oppose the king, this is what's going to happen to you, you will be killed. So now he tells the people, you know what, it's not sufficient just to saw this boy in half,

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we're going to make a sign of him, take him to the highest mountain, and we're going to throw him off from there. So the king he sends his army or small group of our of soldiers with this boy to the top of the army, or to the top of the mountain, and the boy supplicants to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Oh, Allah deal with these people, as you see befitting. So as they're walking up the mountain, the mountain starts to shake, the soldiers get scared, and they run away, and the boy comes walking down.

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The boy comes down and the king asks and what happens to my men, he says, a lot dealt with them and they ran away. The King this time he gets some more soldiers, he has the boy tied up and taken on the ship to the middle of the ocean. Again, the boys supplicate to Allah subhana wa Taala. And he says, oh, Allah, deal with these people for my half on my behalf in a way that is befitting so they get to the middle of wherever they're going, and all of a sudden, thundershower comes, a storm comes the bore, the boat starts to shake, lo and behold, all the soldiers fall off, and the boy remains alive and returns back to the shore. And the king again asks him, What happened to my people. And

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the boy tells the king this time that all of your soldiers draft. Now what do you think's happening in the mind of the king now, he is getting infuriated. He's getting frustrated that this young boy is making a mockery out of me. That's what's happening to the king. So the boy says, Look, I can understand your frustration. And I know you want to kill me, the only way you will be able to kill me is tying me up to a tree. Take one of the arrows I have in my backpack pointed at me and say In the Name of Allah, the Lord of the boy. And that is the only way I will be killed. But you have to gather all the people first. So he gathers all the people he ties the boy to the tree takes an arrow

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out of his quiver and pointed at the boy and he says In the name of Allah

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of the boy, and it goes flying straight into his forehead. And with a smile on his face. You see the boy pass away. And the people are that time they're like Allahu Akbar, you know, we believe in the Lord of the boy. So the whole town becomes Muslim. And this king becomes even more infuriated. We wanted to kill the religion of this boy, and lo and behold, his religion became even stronger. So what does the king do now? The King intelligence people, we're going to dig a ditch, we're going to light it ablaze. And we're going to throw the people into this. And one by one, they started calling the people and asking them Do you believe in the law? Or do you believe in the cake? Anyone that

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said that they believe in the law was thrown into the ditch. Now the version of Mr. Muslim or Mr. Lloyd actually has a very beautiful part to it. Where a mother is born with is brought with her young infant child. This young infant child obviously is not meant to talk it just newly born and this young infant child, it tells us mother or mother Be patient, for Indeed, we are on the truth or mother Be patient, or indeed we are on the truth, and it is thrown into the fire and it is killed. No just as a point of benefit. Another narration the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that three babies were allowed to speak as a sign as a miracle from Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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They were He said, No, Maria, the boy in the story of, of the story of cyberlock dude, the people of the ditch. And the third one was the young baby and the story of George H. We mentioned the story of George age, in the previous halaqa. He was a pious man who was accused of Zina. And when the baby was born, he the baby, you know, testified that this man was innocent. So these are the three babies that spoke as a miracle from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now particularly the baby in this story, it was there to comfort its mother, that Oh, Mother Be patient, for Indeed, we are upon the truth. Now, why is this sort of becoming so relevant at the time of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam in Makkah, because the Quraysh are doing the exact same thing to the Muslims, as this king did with the people that believed during his time, killing them, persecuting them, trying to make a sign of them trying to kill Islam, and Islam is only getting stronger. So here, this sort of serving two purposes now, one Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling them that look that King paracin is no longer there. Yet this religion remained it's, you know, it's survived. And it's therefore the Muslims that look, you may be persecuted in this life, you may even be killed. But at the end of the day, you will meet against your oppressor on the Day of Judgment, and your destination will be

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paradise, and their destination will be the hellfire. So this in summary was the story of the ditch. And for those of you that have the noble Koran, actually, inside of it's actually mentioned the story in Hall. So if you want to read the complete story, you can find it there as well. So that in summary is the story of the ditch.

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Now, Allah subhanaw taala continues by saying aneri that in our code, and that the fire that is fed with fewer, so here as a general principle of understanding as Muslims if we were to ever engage in war, Allah subhanaw taala actually prohibits us from using fire ebina busca de la Anima, he narrates from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam law you as the blue banner ihlara banner, that no one punishes with the fire, except for the Lord of the fire itself. So punishing with fire is something which is not permissible in Islam whatsoever. So you may clash upon this and the usage of like, nuclear weapons, and all these things are completely wrong, because they have the exact

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same effect even worse than fire itself. So here, Allah subhanaw taala, when he talks about the fire, it is to indicate that only Allah subhanho wa Taala has the right to punish by fire is home and they have code. And the soldiers are the oppressors. They sat by this fire, witnessing everything that was going on, while homodimer aluna Bill minissha hood, and while they were sitting there, they're testifying, or they are witnesses against what is happening to the believers. Now here's a question. And the Arabic language. action has two terms for it. You have Finn, and you have Amazon. Can anyone tell me the difference between the two? What is the difference between Finn and

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Amazon?

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Anyone know?

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It's a very important point tied to this verse. What is the difference between fair and common?

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Excellent. How did you know that? It just took a guess. Mashallah, may Allah bless you. Okay. Fair enough.

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Something that you don't really think about, right? So when you just naturally react to something like let's just say there's a fly on your thing, you just go like this, they call this a lot, don't feel that it is just a natural reaction. You do this by habit you do this without thinking. Whereas when you do something intentionally, this is known as Ahmed. And this was actually the Hadith in Luke beneath and not in the middle of Abu beneath, right, because it is the armor that has the intention behind it. So here when Allah subhanho wa Taala says, We're home Adam, if Luna will more meaning to shoot, and then what they were alone, why does Allah subhanaw taala use yes alone,

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meaning a shoot instead of Amman. The reason behind that is that if people truly understood the consequences of killing innocent people, particularly due to their faith, they would never ever do this action intentionally. So by default, it has to be a field, it has to be an action that is done without thinking, because no one would do ever such an evil act intentionally. This is why Allah subhanaw taala uses the term field instead of armored woman aka momento. Illa. And you may know Bella Hilda Aziz and Hammett. And they had no fault. They had no crime, except that these police people believed in Allah subhana wa Tada. And as he is, and and Hamid. Now what is important to look

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at over here is why does Allah subhanho wa Taala use the names and azeez and Al Hamid, I need an intelligent person to tell me, why does Allah subhanaw taala conclude this verse by using an Aziz and Mohammed Aziz, the mighty the strong, the one that can be defeated? And Mohammed, the one that is priest? Who can tell me

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Go ahead.

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Excellent.

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Excellent, fantastic. You don't know why the homies good, we're off to a good start. Who can care? Tell me as to why I must find out the other would mentioned I made over here.

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Good, that's a good way to think of it so that when these people pass away, it is a way of Allah subhanaw taala being praised. That is very good. But there's a more simpler reason that the scholars of Tafseer mentioned yarmulke Allah will take one more assumption or knowledge based guests. Why does Allah subhanaw taala mentioned as is in Hamid over here, someone else? Give it a try, inshallah. Go ahead.

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Fantastic. So it is what Allah subhanho wa Taala desires that will ultimately reign. So in terms of Allah Aziz. So the first part was mentioned is that these people, when you look at this scenario, you have someone that is burning and someone that is being burned, you have someone that is punishing, and someone that is being punished, who is the mighty, and who is the one that is weak and oppressed over here. Now, the apparent it seemed that the one that is punishing, there are the strong ones, but in reality, they're the weak ones. They're, they're the defeated ones. They couldn't find a way to deal with this religion. So what did they do? They're like, let's just try to

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kill it off. Right? But at the end of the day, it is the religion of Allah subhanho wa Taala that will reign and will remain Supreme. And that is why all is is for Allah subhana wa Tada. Right on is this for Allah subhanaw taala, the messenger will mean and for the believers, and Allah subhanho wa Taala will never be defeated. So just because you finish off his slaves, even if you will kill off every single Muslim, Allah subhanho wa Taala is still a possibility when Allah subhanaw taala is still the owner of the heavens and the earth, that's not going to change anything. And then Hamid is because All praise is due to Allah subhanho wa Taala at all times, regardless of things are good,

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regardless of we consider them to be bad operators always due to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now this goes back to understanding what does the concept of hunt actually mean? When we say Alhamdulillah the brother just needs he said Alhamdulillah what does that actually mean? It means that I am praising Allah subhanho wa Taala due to the beautiful characteristics that he innately has. So these oppressors regardless of whatever they do, they'll never be able to kill off the praises of Allah subhanho wa Taala because the praises of Allah subhanho wa Taala have nothing to do with his creation. Allah subhanho wa Taala is made regardless of what happens to his creation, and regardless

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of what his creation does. So this is like an intrinsic point that Allah subhanaw taala created this creation and ends up becoming so foul here Allah subhanaw taala is saying that Allah subhanho wa Taala is free from his fellow creation. They made those decisions, they don't reflect negatively upon Allah Subhana

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Allah because Allah subhanho wa Taala is an Hamid knotless panatela goes on to further emphasize this point, Allah de la homolka sama, wati wa Konishi in Shaheed tomb belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth. And Allah subhanho wa Taala is a witness over everything. Now, you know, particularly when you think about this verse, something that comes to my mind is that I've been to a lot of fundraisers, a lot of fundraisers, particularly for Iraq and for Syria. Now, in our modern day situation is the situation in Syria, that is brought more to our attention. But I want you to think about, you know, how many people were perhaps killed in this town, you know, considering the

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population of the earth of one this possibly could have taken place, you would say, you know, 10s of 1000s maximum, not more than that. But if you look at the plight of Muslims today, like in this modern era, within the last 20 years or so, you've had multiple cases of where more than hundreds and 1000s of Muslims are being killed. You look at the situation in Bosnia, in the 90s, hundreds and 1000s of Muslims were killed. You look at Iraq, more than a million people have been killed since that started. You look at Syria, 100,000 people have been killed. You look at Burma, Burma is getting very, very close to 100,000 right now. So it's time after time. These people had no crime

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except a belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala. And here Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying that, yes, these people are going to be killed, but there's a day which is coming, where the killed will meet its killer. And Allah subhanaw taala on that day will be the ultimate Shaheed that you can lie, you can deceive, but it's not going to deceive Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah will know what was on the inside. And that is the effect and power of such verses in the levena fraternal meaning minute and this is such a beautiful verse. I was fine with Allah says in the livina fraternal Medina one minute, so my lamea to bufala Hamada boo Johanna, Wanda Hamada will Herrick in the Latina fraternal

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meaning fatigue, fatigue is the process that you use to purify gold and silver. So when gold and silver comes out of the ground, it goes through this healing process, in order for it to become pure, in order for it to be distinct from the rock that is there. This process is known as stretching. And this is what fits naturally does. It is a trial that comes that separates the good people from the bad people. So here listen, I know what are they saying they didn't do those people that put the book to trial, follow home that then they will have as a consequence of their action. And it's very important to notice that this small letter makes a huge difference. We'll come to see

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in the next verse why for is because it is a consequence of their action because they put the believers to trial. Follow home. Addabbo, Johanna, and that is why they will have the punishment of the hellfire. Now what's interesting over here is that Allah subhanaw taala he says

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that some lamea tubo that then they did not repent that they did not repent, then they will have this severe punishment. Now what's beautiful over here is that on hassanal bacilli, he says, look at the generosity and nobility of Allah subhanho wa Taala. They killed off his Olia and Allah subhanho wa Taala is still willing to pardon them, that he was fine with that. He said that even the worst of criminals that in our time you take someone you know like Bashar Al Asad, even someone like him. If he was to repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala and seek His forgiveness. We may think that he's not worthy of forgiveness. But that decision is for Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah subhanaw taala

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saying that he these punishers of these oppressors were to seek forgiveness from Allah subhanho wa Taala then Allah subhanho wa Taala would still be willing to forgive them. All they have to do is repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala However, if they choose not to repent, that is when they have this severe punishment of the hellfire. Now you remember from the previous Sula when we discussed it, that Allah subhanho wa Taala he describes the Hellfire as a noun hammer that a fire that prevents people it prevents people from having rest. It prevents people from having a break and is always consistent and persistent. So that is the punishment that they will have. Now Allah subhana wa Tada.

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He goes on to the next verse, and this verse is now addressing the believers, those believers that stuck by their faith, and they held on to it. Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, in the Latina ama noir amilo saw the hat, the home janitor integrity mentality and her daddy confessional Kabir that were the those who believe and do righteous good deeds for them will be guardians under which rivers flow

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That is the great success. Now remember I was telling you about the significance of this letter. You'll notice it in the first verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala says further home Ida boo Johanna, but here Allah subhanho wa Taala did not say follow home Jeanette intention that Allah subhanaw taala did not say and because of their actions, they will then have paradise. This is a very important point of our arcade over here right now, that Paradise is not a result of our actions. It is a result of the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So there is not a single deed that you can do, that will make you worthy of entering into paradise, but rather it is the mercy of Allah subhanho wa

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Taala This is why the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he tells us that none of us will enter Paradise due to our deeds. They said the out of Salalah not even you and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says Allah, tala Madani Allahu rahmati acceptive Allah subhanho wa Taala chooses to enshroud me with his mercy, that is the only time even I will be entered into paradise due to the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So now the question arises, what is the point of doing good deeds? entering Paradise is not based upon our deeds? Why are we doing these good deeds? The answer to that my dear brothers and sisters, is because Paradise is not just one

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paradise, but rather it is many, many ranks, and the more good deeds you do, the higher your rank will be. And in this world, you may think you know what, as long as I enter Paradise, I'm going to be happy, I will be on the lowest level, I won't care. from one perspective that is true, because even the lowest level of Paradise is an infinity times better than the best luxury in this life. However, even the last person to enter Paradise, Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us about him, that he will just be given a small quarter in paradise. And he will be given, you know, one tree from the trees of Paradise, and you'll be happy and content until he sees something else. And you say, Oh

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Allah, can I have that as well. And unless I know that there is surely not going to ask for anything more, I said, I promise I won't ask for anything more. So let's find out Allah gives it to him. And this shows you that even in Paradise, you still have the desire for wanting more, but you're not going to be discontent with what you have. So it's like something you can't really understand right now. But even in general, you'll always want more. And that is the purpose of the action, that more Amman solid you do in this life than the more or less I know what Allah will raise your rank in the Hereafter, that point of aqeedah that we don't enter Paradise based upon our deeds, but we enter our

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paradise based upon the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala and that is why you always seek the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah subhanaw taala keep us in shrouded in his mercy at all times. I mean, we're almost done been the night Sana. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala, after telling us the fate of the believers that they were killed unjustly, he says diabolical foes will Kabir that even though they may have died, they didn't live. The fact that they died on he man is Alfonso Kabir, it is the greatest of achievements, it is bigger than you getting your PhD. It is bigger than you having children bigger than you getting married, bigger than you doing anything in this life, it is

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entering paradise, that is a functional cabin. And when you achieve that paradise, then no, that is when you truly have been successful. And all other measurements of this of success in this life, are completely futile to try to aim for that big achievement in the hereafter. Now, after breaking off from this verse, Allah subhanaw taala drew that parallel that look, this is the punishment of the oppressors, this is the reward of the oppressed. Let us go back even further. Now, let us go back to the oppressed in about the setup, because she did that very early The season of your Lord is severe and painful, that when Allah subhanho wa Taala holds people accountable, and he starts to punish

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them. It's not going to be a small punishment, it is going to be a very severe punishment in the Who who are you buddy over you eight, that Indeed Allah subhanho wa Taala will initiate that punishment. And we'll repeat it again, the scores of the fear the default of your What is up over your aid to initiate and repeat actually mean on two main opinions. Opinion number one, it is referring to the creation itself, that Allah subhanaw taala created creation in this life, it will all die and he will bring that creation back to life. On the day of judgment, he will you eat alcoholic? The second opinion is that it is referring to the punishment of Allah subhanho wa Taala against the oppressors,

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that that punishment will start in this life with, you know, being distressed in this life at all times and being you know, anxious in this life at all times and being depressed at all times. And then they will die and then Allah subhanaw taala will begin that punishment again with the life of the hereafter. So when Allah subhana wa tada says in the Who who are you do you are it these are the two interpretations. The scholars of Tafseer

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Had well who was a fool dude? And Indeed Allah subhanho wa Taala is the oft forgiving and the most loving. So now Allah subhanaw taala goes back addressing that subject that look, if you were to seek forgiveness from Allah subhanho wa Taala regardless of your crime, you will always find Allah subhanaw taala one that is forgiving, and one that is loving Abdullah bin Abdullah de la and one Houma. He says that Allah subhanaw taala is Allah dude. Because no matter how many times the slave of Allah makes the mistake, Allah subhanho wa Taala will always forgive him. And this will cause the slave to love his master. Because in this life, no matter how loving your parents are, you know,

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time comes sometimes you're like, you know, I've had enough of you, you're going to timeout, right? But Allah subhanaw taala doesn't say that, unless I know what Allah says, Seek my forgiveness, repent to me, and I will always forgive you. And this increases our love for Allah subhanaw taala realizing that no matter what mistakes we may have committed, no matter how many times you may have done it, Allah subhanaw taala will always be there to forgive us. And this is part of Allah subhanho wa Taala being Allah her for. So Allah subhanaw taala being a local for necessitates that he is the most loving as well as the most beloved as well. Those are Sheila Majid, the owner of the glorious

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throne. Now the throne of Allah subhanho wa Taala is this mighty creation, bigger than everything that we can think of? Right? The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he gives the example of this world compared to the arch of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He says, it is like the ring that is thrown in to the desert, that the size of the ring compared to the desert is nothing. Similarly the creation of this world compared to the autoshop, Allah subhanaw taala is nothing. It is this mighty majestic throne that Allah subhanho wa Taala created for himself, for Allah Lima unit. And Allah subhanho wa Taala does whatever he pleases Allah subhanho wa Taala is not

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questioned. He is not asked. We don't ask why Allah did this. We don't ask, you know what was the purpose behind it, but rather Allah subhanho wa Taala does what he pleases without any restrictions. For us, we have restrictions in terms of our strength, in terms of our ability, in terms of our ability to think about it. Allah subhanho wa Taala is not restricted by these things. Nor is Allah subhanho wa Taala questioned about them. Now you said you were homeless Allah, that Allah subhanaw taala is not questioned about what he does, but rather we are the ones who shall be questioned about our deeds. Hell attack Hadith will do not. Now here Allah subhanho wa Taala is addressing the

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Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But in order for him to tell the Quraysh that local college, you recognize all these people that are about to be mentioned, look at their fate. And that will be your fate, if you don't change your ways, as well. So he says, attack Haji for geonode for our samode the people around the armies of your own and the people of the moat. But in the vena cafaro feedsack deep that these people they denied the signs of Allah subhana wa Taala. The committed Cofer by denying the truth. And this is the exact same state you will be in you will have the ending of your out you will have the ending of the mode if you don't change your ways. Now this

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is not only an invitation for the courage to accept Islam, but it's also an invitation for them to stop persecuting the oma Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That point you don't want to accept the religion. That's perfectly fine. But that still does not give you the right because you deny the religion that you continue to persecute the believers. Belinda Deena cathodal feedsack deep will la hoomin was a movie that Allah subhanho wa Taala is all encompassing of their deeds, that Allah subhanaw taala knows what they're thinking knows what they're doing. And not a single one of their bad deeds will go on accounted for that at certain times. You want to hold them accountable for

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everything. You can't do it because judgment is not in your hands. You don't have the power in this world. Unless I know what data is telling us that look be consoled by the fact that Allah subhanaw taala is encompassing all of their deeds, but who are called on Majeed name, this is the glorious Koran follow him forth. Now here is you know the conclusion to tonight telecabine lightoller Why does Allah subhanho wa Taala mention Byrne who are called on magic that after listening to the soul sutra about oppression and what the people have to do the dead and what the Quran did with the omo Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam Why does Allah subhanho wa Taala conclude with the Koran? What

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is the wisdom behind that?

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Hamza, you're smiling, let's hear it.

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You're not sure. So you just want to smell good. sadhaka Jazakallah

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Go ahead.

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Fantastic. So that is like the literal answer. So the literal answer is that that the score on similarly, you know, as the observer last panel tallies Majeed is great and magnificent, so is the score on and you recognize that that the correlation the IR sensor came down the chorus performed such that when they heard the Quran, they would have to block their ears because they knew this was the truth, it was not the word that was made up. So that is one way of looking at it that look, the Quran is the truth. You can't deny this. But there's something greater than this. And this goes back to tying the Sula together. Go ahead.

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Good, very good. So do whatever you want. The Koran of Allah will remain.

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Fantastic. So similar to what the brother was saying that the Quran will remain, they will perish. You're saying that is a sign from Allah subhanaw taala. And we'll go with one last one.

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Fantastic. All

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right, fantastic. So there is what this brother is saying is that there's this famous statement that history repeats itself. Now a lot of people who believe this to be true history repeat itself. How many of you believe this is true?

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Everyone should raising their hands one by one. Okay. So for those people that didn't raise their hands, actually, I'm not even relate to this. The issue is, history does not repeat itself. History is not a physical entity, right? It is human beings. Human beings are so stupid. We keep committing the exact same mistakes over and over again, right? We keep thinking that we are the people that we're going to do the exact same thing. And we're going to have a different result. Albert Einstein, actually called this insanity. People have do the exact same action thing that they're going to get a different result. So what the other is saying that if you look throughout history, there was

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always this people that said, you know, we're going to persecute the people of the truth. And this time, we're going to kill the truth, and we'll be able to do it, but it never happens. The truth will always be victorious. Now, why does Allah subhanaw taala mentioned bunhill Khurana Majid over here. It is because the cure to all oppression is found in the Koran. And when a person accepts the Koran, it necessitates that he abandons oppression, because you cannot believe in the Koran and be oppressive at the same time. And the greatest form of oppression is to disbelieve in Allah subhanho wa Taala to perform schilke with Allah subhanho wa Taala that is the greatest form of oppression.

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And that is why I know what Allah concludes the sutra with this Philo him that the Koran is preserving this local food, along with what else all of your actions. So aloha My food is that book where Allah subhanho wa Taala had cada written down from the beginning of it till the end of it all it is preserved in this tablet, along with the Koran concluding with reminding us that each and every one of our deeds is being recorded, and we will not be able to escape being questioned about them. Now most panels are encompasses in his mercy, forgive us for our shortcomings, and make us of those people who are entered into all those due to the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala I mean, are

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some Allahumma sending robotic Mohammed water and he was happy to send them, we'll take three questions and then we break raesha inshallah, but

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Right.

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Right.

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Right. So now, in the sutra, Allah subhanaw taala talked about two types of oppressors determine what those oppressors were, we didn't explicitly mention them. Do you do? Can you figure out who they were?

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They are the one who gave the command to kill these people. Well, who am I? And those that were just sitting there not doing anything about it? Right. So both of these people will be punished. One group of people will have the adaptive agenda, and the second group of people will have a double headache. This is one interpretation of that verse. The second interpretation is that this is just a different cipher for the exact same Johanna. Right, that is the second interpretation. And Allah subhanaw taala knows best question number two. Go ahead.

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All right.

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Right.

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Right. So quoting over here, we said it doesn't actually mean someone who was killed, but this is an eloquent way of cursing someone.

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So in traditional, like, first high Arabic, when you mentioned something is quoted, you actually mean that it is cursed.

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So not not the ones who died on faith. There's habit of dude, the ones that killed. Yeah.

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That no matter is killer.

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Right? So how does it

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all Okay, fantastic.

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I mean, I was waiting for someone to mention this. That's a very good point, if you look at the way, or what we call the son of Allah subhanaw taala in his creation, the ultimate oppressors, even though let's find out Allah gives them these invitations. Allah knows beforehand that they're not going to accept this invitation. And that is when when you look at for our own internet of fear of when Firaon was dying while he's being drowned in the ocean. What is he trying to do? Right? He's trying to repent to Allah and What is ebrill doing? He's taking the dirt and putting it inside your mouth, because he didn't want to, but I want to repent. Right? So that is the sin of the creation of

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Allah subhanho wa Taala. So that opportunity would never come where someone like that would be can be forgiven, because the son of Allah wouldn't allow it to happen, the son of a must final exam wouldn't happen. Exactly. So that's exactly the point that, you know, Allah subhanaw taala gives us invitation to all forms of oppressors. But at the end of the day, this invitation will not affect you up until you have a pure heart. And if you don't purify your hearts, that invitation will have no effect.

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We'll leave that judgment after Allah subhanho wa Taala will conclude with the one last question inshallah

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who's on the phone right now? Step outside please. No problem.

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I mean, to be with

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the question and then when we do good deeds, I think that that is for our own benefit.

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Of course, psychology.

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Of course of course unless I know that is not in need of arriba and anything that Allah subhanaw taala legislates for us is in our own benefit and in our own personal interests. Very good point. Is that good luck it will conclude with that panic a lot more behind the shadow and highlight the critical to bootleg