Nouman Ali Khan – 110 Nasr B

Nouman Ali Khan
AI: Summary © The speakers explore the meaning of "ma" in Arabic and its relation to "ma'am" in English, as well as the use of "naught" in Arabic for "monster" and "monster" in Arabic. They also discuss the history of the movement for peace and the importance of giving gifts to one's religion to encourage others to believe in them. The transcript is not a conversation or dialogue, it is just a series of random bits and phrases.
AI: Transcript ©
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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala seydel and via evil mursalin. Wa the early he was a minister in the vicinity. de la Miranda made home Amina Latina, Eminem, Amina Sally hurt, whatever, so we'll help but also the sub domain will begin in shallow tarla or those of

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us who love on foot, we'll begin with the word Java. I did talk to you a little bit about before the modern period, but the difference between if and if that so we've covered that a little bit already. So we're looking at the word Java a similar word in Arabic is the word atta. So Java means to come at are also means to come. So what's the difference between them? We'll read some commentary, or an academia start middle attack Lama, who is our ninja. The Quran uses the word utter It is easier and softer in connotation than the word jar. He handed McGee his robot business buddy viata. In other words, the word Java is stronger and it's tougher. It's heavier in connotation than the word utter

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when italica carriacou has a phobia on an annual Kareem when it Alec Lamia Masada and this is why the word attire is also more fluid because you can conjugate it in other words, it comes in past tense it comes in present tense, you know even in muscle form, but the word is only found in the past tense even when you're referring to something in the future you don't say yet you just say it only occurs in that in that tense.

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Then the other thing is Allah tala either at his or her when you know a Sahaja heavy coming, when it arrives, Java is used something it's not used for something light. Similarly for shader for metal Cobra something big also again Java is used. Similarly, Alonzo just says in this surah is Agia Nasrallah is not something small that came, the help of Allah is not something small. So the word attire is not appropriate here the word jar is part of the perfection of Quran has been has been known to be Sula. First of all, this is a huge matter. This is not something that came easily the help of Allah did not just arrived one day out of nowhere. You know, we're in Mr. Obama attic it was

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it came after a lot of battles that came up a lot years of Darwin's sweat and struggle, then finally the help of Allah azza wa jal arrived. So it's not something small, we'll see why also, Joe is important because Allah didn't just say,

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Well, I can now called Eva da, da, da, da. So he added the word a lot to the word knutsson, making it even heavier. And adding the word a level, we'll look at the benefits in a second, but let's explore the word muscle a little more. So that was a little about what came when it came. But now the word help itself, the word nosode. In Arabic, the literal definition if you want to go for a simple definition alone, Matt, who's been calling him

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out. This is the literally the word means a lot of help. And it's used, for example, when the earth is dried up, and it's not producing any vegetation, and then the help the rain comes, so they say the rain did Nussle for the earth meaning it brought it to life it relieved it of a suffering and its dryness. That's how it's used in the northern Nevada, in other words, but there are other Arabic words in the Quran itself, like I've got a monkey lanie in his famous Melodifestivalen he wrote a book of synonyms in the Quran, he tells us all the different words in Arabic that are used for help on Easter on either as our as our Valhalla rassada ama, you know, even amoda, aroma director, all

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these different words are used for helping but each of these words has their own flavor. So what specific kind of help is muscle? What specific kind of help is muscle By the way, a different word for help. We're using the Fatiha ear canal Buddha, aka the stallion wasn't we don't say no Stone said we say the stain. Okay, because that's it's more general all kinds of help a stain. But this very particular kind of help. Nestled in Arabic actually refers to help against an oppressor help against, you know, if you're in some serious trouble, then you don't need our own. You need nothing. You need nothing. So it's help against an oppressor help against affliction help when an army is

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being defeated, not something small unless that is not a small kind of help. Like if you have a flat tire, you're not asking for nothing. Right? That's just some Masada some help, but it's not nothing. But when, for example, a country calls on another country for additional military support or something like that. You would have to call that? No, sir. It's very big, it's very heavy. Similarly, the word muscle is not used except except when it's meant to overpower someone else. In other words, you're helping someone against someone else. It was one thing to help someone but it's another to help someone

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Fight, fight off someone else. And that's when there's another party involved, that you're going to fight against. Are you going to go against them the word muscle is used. Now, let's look at the word Allah. What Allah didn't just say NASA came, he said muscle law came right. The aid the tremendous aid of a lot came.

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So what by adding the word of lowered benefits does it have, for example, first of all, Dr. Lehman did not. It's not just any help. Now, it's some amazing help. And the old the description of that help, is that it's a lot of help. A lot could have said Nussle and our Lehman like you know, for what he said Fatah, Medina, enough attack Malika Fatah Medina, he described the Fudd as a clear and open victory or success can be described as great success. The alcohol follows on Aleem, it's great success. But here I didn't just say help. He said the help of Allah of Allah. Now that adding of the avalide magnifies this help. What it does is a few things first of all, there are other other things

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that Allah created. And he talks about in the Quran where he added himself like that he did, for example, a lot of talks about the she camel that was sent to Saudi Allah Hassan he doesn't just call it a Naka, he says Nakata, LA.

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Right for Colella Rasulullah he naka de la now the she camel of Allah. So the the word Allah was attributed that it belongs to Allah. Similarly, while ma Avila Camacho Tama now Allah Moncada, the fire of Allah. Now one that the word allies added in that way, you know what that means? That that whatever that thing is, you know, fire can be compared to any fire a camel can be compared to any camel. But when you add the camel of Allah or the fire of Allah that is a kind of fire that can never be compared to any fire. That is the kind of camel that will never be compared to any camel. So when he says natural law, what does that mean? It's the kind of help that will never be

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comparable, there will be no help in human history that will ever be able to compare with the help Allah gave his messenger sallallahu wasallam is Allah the word Allah does has these benefits embedded inside of it?

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The second benefit here is in the previous sorta insulated coffee room right before this Sora the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was given a very clear, very clear commandment. You know, the kofod came and they were trying to make some kind of compromise Why don't you follow our religion for one year and we'll follow your religion for one year everybody will be happy. So they're trying to make a deal because they were tired of the Dow why they're not getting rid of him. And they can't argue back with him. So they came up with this deal, basically, right?

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So now the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam is told they're thinking that they're making deals with you.

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You're not the one they're dealing with. Who are they making deals with? Allah so the sooner I didn't even begin Yeah, you have capital began. Cool. Yeah, you help? Can you tell them coffee alone. In other words, the surah begins on them. I'm not even speaking on my own behalf. I'm being told to tell you your caffeine and um, there's no compromise. There's no compromise. And by the way, when the messenger was making his own decisions, even before Salah came before the Salah came to them, when he was making his own decisions, even then he didn't compromise. So how is it possible that after he becomes a messenger, he's gonna compromise? That's not even possible. What I'm trying

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to get at though is in the previous suhler, the doors to compromise were closed, because it was told that this man is not bringing you a message from himself. He's bringing a message from Allah azza wa jal, and there's no room for compromise there. This surah goes further to say not only is he not going to compromise with you, but by the way, he doesn't have to compromise with you because they think they're thinking, you know, he's weak, he's by himself. He's gonna have to compromise. He's gonna play ball a little bit, you know, what support does he have? This little comes along and says, No, you know, here's another reason he's not going to compromise with you. He's got the help of a

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law on his side. What do you have on your side that compares, you know, on this note, I want to share with you something very powerful. There are places in the Quran where Allah azza wa jal talks about a contrast or comparison between believers and disbelievers. Allah azza wa jal, for example, says Allah, when do you live in your fridge your home in Abu Mattila? No. Right? When does the NACA form

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fill Baqarah? right he says that Allah is the protective friend of those who believe he brings them out of darkness into light. Allah calls himself Willie, Allah calls himself when he when he means a friend who wants to protect you. In other words, that English I'm saying protective friend, protective friend,

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and when it came to the kofod What did you say when Latina cafaro Alia whom a TA who's the co founder of the disbelievers they also have protective friends But who are they? Who those who want to rebel the exceedingly rebellious against a lot are their Alia Alia is the plural of winning. When he once again I want you to remember it means protective friend, what that means in simple terms, a friend who wants to protect you

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Now, that's the word Willie. There is another word in the Quran, and that word is molar.

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There's the word Willie in Arabic. What's the other word? Mola Mola, in Arabic means of protecting friend remove a lot of protecting friend. So there's a protective friend and there's a protecting friend. What's the difference? a protective friend has the intention of protecting you wants to protect you. Is protective of you has that feeling better protecting a friend is actually engaged in protecting you. He doesn't just have a feeling doesn't just want to he's actually doing it to now look at this comparison and select Muhammad. Allah azza wa jal says that he can be an Allaha mole and Latina Amano. There is because Allah is the molar of Allah VENA Amano of those who believe Allah

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is the Willie of believers and also their molar both. Now who was the Willie of the kuffaar? You remember, a thought? Let's see who their molar is. Who's protecting them? Well, nl Katharina la Mola home. And as far as disbelievers are concerned, they have no molar whatsoever. They have no molar, they have one, but they don't have melody me, they may have something who someone who wants to protect them, but they actually have nobody physically protecting them, they have no protection against the law is elegant, there's no one there. So when this suit or when the help of a law comes, it becomes abundantly clear why the messenger is in no need is in is not interested in any way shape

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or form for any kind of compromise. And also law. This is the kind of guarantee that was given to Musa alayhis salaam, he has to go talk to fit home. That's not a small task. You know, you go talk to a king, and a king. You know, it's not like in this you know, in modern societies where you have rule of law and you have, you know, arrest him and take him to court and there'll be a proceeding. The king is the law you can tell kill him right now and kill him right now. There's no questions asked and phenol and he loves saying kill them. I mean, he kills babies, for God's sake. He's a genocidal maniac. And musasa Mr. Go talk to him, not just talk to him that, you know, it's one thing

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to go and say, Hey, how's it going? How's it been? longtime, you know, make small talk, what does he have to do? He has to go directly challenging publicly. So you know, one of the fears and on top of that musasa has got a murder, you know, on his rap sheet. When Allah yangban halfway through, tell him Canada. Don't worry about it. They're not gonna kill you. They're not gonna kill you. Allah gave him a guarantee. Because musala Islam had a guarantee he could go talk there, there's no need for him to compromise. There's no need for him to back down. He could say whatever he has to say without thinking twice about it, because he has what with him? The guarantee from Allah, not a problem.

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Nothing will happen. Canada first Abby Aya Tina in America, Muslim Iran Subhana Allah, this is the guarantee Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has been given in this surah. So not only this was making it clear, therefore, the previous liberal made clear that he is the recipient of Allah's message in the word coal, this surah makes clear, not only does he receive a loss message, he's also the recipient of a loss help.

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Now, this surah also happens to be by some commentary, the response to a challenge in the Quran, the response rather to a complaint in the Quran, and has implemented Hello Jana. Allah as believers have you assumed you're just going to enter Jannah just like that. What am I Tikka Masala Dena Holloman calmly calm and the things that happen to the people before you didn't happen to you yet. The problems they suffered you haven't suffered them yet. You think you're just gonna walk into Jenna.

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And then he says Masato Manuel Bashar

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was Lucy Lou. They were they were touched with diff with difficulty and extreme harsh conditions, and the ground beneath their feet was shaken. Had they akula rasuluh until even the messenger who was with them when Athena Amanullah and those who believed with him, What did they say Mata masala? When is the help of a lot coming? Meaning they were people before who were with their messenger and they delivered the message and they were tortured and persecuted and put in such difficult conditions that even the messenger the words came out of a messengers mouth when his allies held coming and Allah responded Allah you had better no in Nestle Allahu Karim. No doubt about it, the

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help of Allah is near the help of Allah is near and this surah seems to respond with a guarantee, you know, just a nice little law, one foot so there he said it's near and here it came upon Allah. then additionally, this is you know the word muscle in Arabic. You know any word in Arabic because of morphology because of how you can change words can be used in different forms. It can be used as a verb it can be used as a noun, right? So for example, in the occasion of budget, Allah used the word muscle as a verb. He said, what are called nasaka Mullah who bundanon. Allah aided you at the occasion of that one to Allah and you are powerless. You are pathetic by yourselves. Allah is the

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one who gave you aid at the occasion of bother. This is recursion on Amazon. But there the word Nussle is used in verb

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form. Now in Arabic linguistics, the verb is considered weaker, and the noun is considered stronger. Allah ated to believers that bothered but to use the verb which is the weaker form. But when the complete help came the complete help after which there's no more, you know, the cases closed complete after the case is not closed, the case is still open. But after this victory after the conquest of Makkah, the case is closed, it's done, it's finished. It's not there's no more Quraysh to battle with, that that chapter is finished. So then the noun was used for the stronger version is used Nussle Elijah knows that he didn't just say that. But you know, one factor. So here

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the the noun form being used actually alludes to the stronger help from allows origin. Then we find another correlation with something Allah had said before. Allah had said he en su como la Whoa, Fela Holly Bella con, if Allah decides to help you, if Allah brings his help, then there's absolutely no one who will be able able to overpower you, that will become impossible. And that is exactly what allows the origin did. He delivered nothing but also with it, what's the next word is after Elijah, Allah will fit that word fatigue will make it clear why it's impossible for anyone to overcome once again. Then also in this, you know, this is something where we fall into this sometimes, you know,

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how they talk about the 100 most influential men and they put the resources to them as number one, you know, we take pride in that and stuff. And they talk about his military conquest and how he was a great leader and all of that, and we agree, except there's one problem when it came to victory and the help of Allah azza wa jal took the credit himself. He took the credit himself. And this is what he's teaching us in this surah. When the victory came, the cafe will give credit to

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Oh, Mohammed one, right, because they won't even say something Allahu alayhi salam, what you do, right? But when we hear about the help, who do we give credit to? We give credit to Allah as urgent that the messenger gave his help, that Allah gave his help to messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so is Anna sola. And by the way, if the credit goes to Allah, then the things should also go to a larger which I think should go to Allah. So it's only natural that at the end of the surah, we are taught to thank Allah and to make Vicar of him for sub baby hamdulillah Becca was tough. It's only natural. If he's the one who's the cause of the victory, then he should be the one we should be

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making hundreds of. Then another very important concept when it comes to this necessity is Allah He will have to look on Allah says photos of * I do. Look at Jonathan tinggi caminada.

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Should I tell you about a trade that will rescue you from a painful punishment? A law makes an offer to the believers Yeah, you have the denominator those of you who claim to believe, should I tell you of a trade that will save you that will rescue you from a painful punishment? To me? No. And I believe that he was really he that you should believe in Allah and His Messenger, what would he do the fees have been in LA he be unwelcome, one forsaken, that you should make Jihad make struggle as much as you can and also includes fight in the path of Allah would your monies and yourselves Valley come highroller come that would be better for you in contempt on the moon, if you in fact knew. And

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the ayah goes on to say what additional things should be? Should we give you Yellowfin lagoon Zoo back home, not only will he give you Jenna, he will cover your sins. We will click on genetic engineering to enter you into gardens. You've heard this many times before he'll enter into gardens at the foot of which rivers are flowing. After all of this he says something very interesting.

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He says well O'Hara to hate Buddha and additionally you would love something Nussle, exactly. I got I was holding on to it.

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Well, a Buddha and additionally you would love now what would you love In addition nostro mean Allah He will photocopied nurserymen Allahu of Hungary. That amazed a great help should come from Allah, or some help should come from Allah. And that victory should be near. Now it's very interesting passages with the stuff. On the one hand, Allah says, Let me tell you what you should get. Should I give you a deal? And here's what I'm offering you. You do this for me, Eamonn and Jihad you do these two things for me, and what will you get? You'll get Jenna, you get forgiveness. And then after giving us that he says, but by the way, you're also interested in something more.

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Secondarily, secondarily, you know what else you want? You want to help from a lion this dunya and you want victory also in this dunya so the believers are being told you want Jenna but you also want victory but which one was first?

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Allah put the quest for paradise. First, the quest for forgiveness from Allah first Saudi Arabia and I must become the Sahaba are running in battle towards victory. And Allah tells them No, you're not running towards victory. You're running towards your forgiveness. Saudi Arabia comes holla because it's a

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perspective. So the the victory of this world nonetheless we want to we want to last paradise, but it's a desire and every believers heart that they should see the victory of Islam on this earth to

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they should see that victory the Sahaba have that desire in their hearts, but it's not primary it should be, it should be secondary. Now, this is the concept that we have to be very, very clear about this help of Allah when it came. It means both things. It means Allah azzawajal has completed the mission for those who love them. the help of Allah came meaning not only the help of a lion conquering, conquering Mecca, the help of Allah and letting the messenger finishes missions on the lahardee said them, and that means that he has been, he's successful as far as allies concerned, that's a bigger concern for the messenger are the subtle Santa, getting Mecca conquered and getting

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the victory of Islam on this earth is a secondary thing compared to him fulfilling his mission that Allah has charged him with some of the law. So that helped from Allah Cain, but they're also the same two words were used nurserymen Allah wa, photon Karim here is Raja and also law one. But but here what I wanted to highlight is the difference between natural mineral law and natural law.

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In sort of soft we read, no slow minima, here we are reading nosler. So some help from Allah as opposed to the help of Allah. What's the difference? When you say nurserymen Allah in grammar and rhetoric and by law, they say this is the read. This is distancing two words from each other. What that means it you're hoping for some help to come. The believers are hoping some help should come unless as what to speak of some help. I'll give you all the help Nussle law. So when it came time to giving a login even greater is greater than nothing mean Allah, Allah is more. So law is more, but when they were hoping for they were hoping for some analyzer which gave them even more sub panels.

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This is a gift from Allah azza wa jal. Now let's talk a little bit about the word

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Another word used for victory in the Quran, besides fut is alpha of love, have a law

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that's also used in sort of Mohammed.

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But here literally means to, you know, fat, fat or hide Arabic means to open. It's also used for victory. But when it's used for victory, it's used for a special kind of victory that makes it clear who the victor is and who the loser is, you know, sometimes it was a very close match. You know, it could go either way. And it barely you barely won. That's not fun. But is when you won decisively. The matter has been completely opened and cleared up. There is no confusion who won and who lost and especially the people who lost are clear that they lost. You ever seen this nowadays, especially in politics, the guy loses the election and says I didn't lose recounted, right? That's not funny, then

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you know what that is that's barely winning. Maybe left but it's not fat, but is absolutely abundantly clear. The Victor the winner knows he won and the loser nosy lost is very, very clear. That's the kind of help that allows a sense is so lucky. Well. Now, here also we have to explore the this word in some depth. And here we come to a very important very difficult concept actually. Allah azza wa jal told the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at the occasion of put Abia, at the occasion of put a beer that's called salute. And, by the way, the superfat deals with a beer in the very beginning of that surah Allah xojo says in Fatah, Fatah, Medina, no doubt we have given you an

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open clear manifest unconfused victory. This victory is absolutely clear. This Allah said at the occasion of what for the view, but if you look at the Treaty of Bolivia, you find something interesting.

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And today via a lot of the points in the treaty are not in the favor of the Muslims. They're against them. If somebody from Makkah escapes and makes their way to Medina, what are you supposed to do? According to her davia send it back. Can you go make Hajj this year the Sahaba came along. They brought their sacrificial animals. They didn't just take a flight from Mecca Medina to Makkah, they walked it right. It's a long, difficult journey. They get there and after this treaty candidate has this year No. Go back, take your hat off. None of this seems like a victory by the way. It's so difficult. The Sahaba were so frustrated that Allah azza wa jal had to you know, it's one thing to

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know the messengers trying to calm them down. But it seems even that wasn't enough. When the messenger came and gave them the news about the treaty, or mobile hotjobs snapped. He said he regretted that for the rest of his life by the way, why should we back down we have the truth. The messenger I said to Salaam commanded that people don't take their farm off to shave that they wouldn't do so. And then of course he gets the advice from his spouse may not be able to honor the mother of the believers. But besides that, how then did the Sahaba calm down? Allah told us in certain ns Allah who sikita who Allah Sudhi

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And then also about meaning. later on. He sent His tranquility Allah sent the tranquility upon His Messenger and upon the believers, the believers hearts were so disturbed. The only thing that would have calmed him down is tranquility that came directly from Allah. So it was that frustrating on occasion. But in that frustrating occasion Alon calls it what a victory, and not just a victory, you know, firsthand. connellan sorry, Ron, no movie, none. Open, clear, under uncompromised victory. So everybody sees this as a defeat. And Allah sees it as a victory. And this is incredible. This is incredible. If you look at it from a political science point of view, you'll learn something

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amazing. And I probably won't be able to finish this on the solo today. But I do want to get this point across to you folks very, very clearly, there are two kinds of fat in the Koran, there's the foot of the visa, and then there's the foot of Makkah, and we have to understand the relationship between these two, I'm going to speak to you a little bit out of the box, I will not quote scholars and stuff like that, just to get this point across. So you understand these things in a little bit more depth inshallah, tada, you see when the messenger began his cause, when he was given the message, and he started his cause he called it started calling people to La ilaha illAllah. And

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people started believing slowly, little by little, the larger society saw them as strange. They saw them as a weird group that is trying to do things differently from everyone else. You see, in psychology, we learn, you know, what abnormal behaviors? What's the definition of abnormal psychological behavior in psychology, you know what it is? The definition is, if someone does something nobody else is doing, they must be abnormal.

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That's the definition. So if everybody's talking in English, and some guy starts talking to you, in Chinese out of nowhere, and it doesn't stop, that's considered abnormal behavior. Every car is going this way. One guy wants to go that way. Clearly abnormal behavior, right? So abnormal behavior is you do something that nobody else is doing. That's their definition, by that definition, do the right thing that the Sahaba. And the believer, the messenger and the sob are engaged in abnormal behavior, sure, they're doing something nobody else is doing. And especially in the beginning, one or two people as opposed to an entire city, of course, they'll be considered. And you know, it's

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only understandable from the characters point of view, they call them insane. They call them possessed, they call them disturbed, then they started calling them a cult, they're gonna cut you off from your family. That's what cults do, right? They take you away from your family, and you become a, you know, thing by yourself cut off from society. These are the kinds of allegations they made against the messenger sallallahu sallam, but the Sahaba, keep that keep kept at it. And they kept that and they kept that and they grew and they grew and they grew, when they grew, then you don't just call them crazy anymore, you got to come up with something else. Now these are these guys

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are too big, now they're becoming a threat.

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Now they're considered a threat. They're dangerous, they're dangerous, we have to get you know, we have to physically attack them, we have to get rid of them from our city, you have to persecute them, because they are causing disruption in the society. So instead of just you know, going off on the offensive against them by character assassination, now you go further, and you start calling them a threat. In modern terms, you can call them a dangerous group, right, or terrorist group or whatever, right? They're there that they're a terrorist society, get rid of them fine. And by the way, when there's a government, and there's a group, and the government and that group don't get

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along, then the government never negotiates with them.

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We're not going to deal with them, we will never deal with them, we will annihilate them or we will get them expelled from this land, but we will not bring them on the table because we don't recognize them. They wouldn't they were never recognized right. Now. For the longest time, the Quraysh never recognize the legitimacy of the leadership of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Even when he moved to Medina, they didn't recognize his legitimacy. They fought him. They fought him, and they fought him and they fought it. And finally, they realized his strength has grown so much. And he is so powerful, that he doesn't even have to bring swords and armor and shields to come up to us in

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Makkah, he came unarmed, barely armed just to slaughter the animals. They brought daggers, but they didn't come armed for battle. They came armed to make hudge. They realize this man and his group has become so strong, that we have no choice but to recognize them now, as a legitimate entity to be dealt with. And you know, how you recognize someone as a legitimate entity, you engage in a treaty with them, you engage in a peace treaty, or what kind of some kind of, you know, agreement with them officially, what is a via

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it's a treaty, it's an agreement. We know what that means, for the first time, the Quraysh have actually officially recognized the might and the authority of the Messenger of Allah and the believers. They recognize that authority, and if they recognize authority, there is a huge political step. politically speaking, it's a huge step and by the way, after this step,

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This news gets out to the entire Arabian peninsula. Man, even though Qureshi recognize them,

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they must be something serious. And so what happens in the few years between what a BIA which was considered by a loss by human eyes, it was considered a loss. But a loss is something more

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in between that, and the conquest of Makkah, what happens in between all these different tribes, all these different tribes, the messengers going to them and saying, look, either sign up with us, or sign neutrality agreement. Either you'll be neutral or you'll be with us, but sign the sign one of the two, and tribe after tribe after tribe is adding on its tacking on with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and what's happening, the influence of Rasulullah When does he no matter who the influence of Allah His Messenger is expanding, and by definition, therefore, the influence of the Quran is what

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is shrinking and shrinking, no battles necessary. No bloodshed necessary, no arms necessary. Just by that treaty, they signed their own death warrant. That treaty was the end of kurush until they expanded so much, that they came to Hodge with so many numbers that they didn't even have to be a fight and Marco's conquered, that foot led to this foot.

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But that was 500. Within mean enough, hatanaka for 10, which is less here, he says.

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While the victory, the final victory, the final decisive victory, that was a great victory, but it wasn't the ultimate victory yet. This one is though. So that one leads to this one, you understand the connection between the two is very important that we understand these connections, and the Koran, and we understand the strategy that was employed, that was revealed to us messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam, you know, that which led to this victory, the victory didn't come as a result of battle? No, the victory came because of who they be and who they be, in and of itself was a recognition by the courage of the legitimacy of Islam. So that's the that's the other thing that I

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wanted to bring to your attention now, just about the sequence of images, and also law, welfare. Why is this law first and second, what are some benefits of it? The first thing is that the help of a law is the only reason you get victory. the help of a law is the only reason you get victory. And the help of a law is something you can see in something you can't see, sometimes the help of a lot comes in battle. Sometimes the help of a lot comes by means of giving Sakina to the believers when they're supposed to sign a treaty, which looks bad, but it's still the help of that. That's also part of the help of a lot. So the help of Allah has to come first. And as a consequence, you get

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victory. Some have understood this wow is Agia Anna Salahi Wah, wah alpha, the wine between us out of band, what that would mean is when the help of a law came, ie you know, in English, we say IE That is to say, the victory. In other words, there's no difference between the help of Allah and the victory, when the help of a lot comes that can only mean victory. So allies teaching us that there's no difference between the two things. Now, just a small historical comment, when Makkah is conquered, first of all, it's the only magnificent conquest of its kind, which does not lead to bloodshed and violence. Any any people being overcome by another people leads to bloodshed and

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violence. But there isn't a handful of skirmishes here and there. But overall, there's no bloodshed. Second of all, it is the only incident of its kind where the military doesn't take advantage of its victory, and goes and loads homes and executes and nothing. Actually, the public address is not a three by a chameleon. There's no harm that will fall upon you today. These are the words of use of Elisa Lam when he overpowered his brothers. And these were the words used by the messenger and his AutoSum. There are no parades. There are no dancing in the streets and waving the flag or the tank rolling by and, you know, there's no footage of that there's nothing. The only celebration that's

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being made is the worship of Allah. That's the only celebration being made. Because you know, when when any other army wins, they give credit to themselves and their nation. When the believers when who do they give credit to. They give credit to Allah. This is not the time to celebrate. This is the time to thank Allah even the messenger enters in the state of slays done.

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And the first thing they do is clean up a law's house. So how to look it's a it's a unique victory in the history of the world. It's a unique conquest. We haven't seen any conquest like this in the history of the world so proud of

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just some brief commentary from the movie Iran. Elijah Muhammad Rasul Allah, Allah I'm an advocate in explaining the see some of us even said, when this victory came to you, or Muhammad, this victory, this help from Allah, against those who were an enemies to you, or home coalition, of course, they were the kadesh wellford who fought Mecca and the fact the opening refers to the conquest of Makkah. nesara who Allah Allah who miracle for that he aided him against those who fought him out of the

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For people who are fat who said it will be that, and this victory includes the conquest of all lands, meaning this foot didn't just start stop at Mecca. Allah didn't say that. And also la he was at home aka.

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He didn't say that he said well in fact and with an opening, you know what the benefit of that is that it is not limited to the conquest of Makkah it goes on and the help of a lot goes on and it expands and it expands and expands. And very soon the the the deen of Islam and the flag of Islam isn't even limited to the Arab world. It's expanded even beyond that as part of the fact that Allah initiated Han Allah tala. Now we come to the second I will write an essay on balloon feeding in the heat of water. The first word in this ayah is ita. And you saw or you will see, depending on which opinion we take that was mentioned in the first part, you know, a couple of years ago, less than

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nothing, I can guarantee you the abundant good, the ultimate gift, the greatest good. Part of that good to the messenger that I mentioned earlier on today is that the messenger is extremely concerned some Allahu alayhi wa sallam that the people will not believe. So before his life is over this his worldly life is over. Allah gives him a gift, you will get to see people entering into the religion with your own eyes. What are ADA is for us who Allah sallallahu wasallam it's a continuation of the second person that's been going on and all of these tools and all of these tools one way or another, Allah is talking to his messenger, even in the previous solar coil. Yeah. Cool. Right, say it's

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directly addressing the messenger Salalah horizon. By the way, what time is that? I shall pray here.

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930 Okay.

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Let's move on Java. So, the messenger RNA Santo Salam is so worried that people will believe they will not believe for the alaka enough soccer, sad him in regards to specific Christians but other places, even other people, are you going to kill yourself in grief because of the consequences of them not believing in them, you know, if they don't come to believe, and Allah gives him a gift, you will watch them believe it with your own eyes, you will watch them come into Islam with your own eyes. So ATIA is a gift from Allah, because you know even without the ayah is complete, what canon necesito una de la forsaken una de de la they will enter into laws religion, the is complete, the

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message is complete, but Allah adds a gift to His Messenger in the word or ADA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So what it is now and by the way, this is also part of Fatah. You know what, so for your ultegra buka fatawa until you are pleased and when the messenger sees that he is finally pleased, sallAllahu Sallam then a comment about the word ness. And that's been a lot of people at home, that NASA, you know, of course, refers to the Arabs and other ones. Right. And as you saw the people entering into the religion, the word people I'm referring to what a lot of Venus McCartan says and across a lot of Venus as well, Yemen, that the majority, you know, of the NASA that is referring to

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in the surah is the people of Yemen was one of them in the Yemen, several insane meaning. That is because 700 people at the same time became believers that came from Yemen. Other narrations tell us 40 came at a time 80 came at a time 100 came at a time from all other lands. And they would take Shahada, they will listen to the message of Islam for a few days. They would spend some time with the messenger saw them, they would spend and then they would go back and the entire tribe, the entire village the entire extended family would accept Islam. But Allah azza wa jal here he used the word of word also, which is interesting because you know, if you say folgen in multitudes of weijun,

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folgen, badda folgen. Before this, people used to accept Islam individual I hadn't, but I hadn't one after another, you know, farther and farther farther than one person after another person, but now it's group after another group after another group after another group, so it's not one at a time, it's groups at a time and that's captured inside the word of fudge. Now, previous rule I mentioned caffee rune, this surah says NASS. There's a contrast. And this contrast has to be respected and understood in the Quran. We should not oversimplify things, we should not look at things and brush over them like reading a newspaper. You see the Quran when Allah azza wa jal talked about the cafe

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rule in the previous surah. This is not everyone who is not Muslim. These are a very specific brand of Kufa, which the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was specifically commanded to address because they had refused to accept the religion and so much so that they would not they would not accept his religion and they will never let go of their own and it had become very clear and so clear that it had to be said twice what

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would have to be said twice. And at this point, the doors today are closed, like Andino calm. Well, you Walia, Dean. In other words, you're going to stay in your dean and I'm going to stay in mine. But this law says, You know what, I didn't know any law. People are entering into the Dean of a law which

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means these are not the same as the previous surah.

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Those were kuffar that were bent and they were going to remain in confronted a lot knew that. Why am I making the making this point? Because anass the people around you don't oversimplify them as simply kofod. gaffin is a very strong term in the Quran. It's used for the adamant refusal of Islam, either it's used for that the one who's heard the message of Islam, understood it and then rejects it, because one of the core meaning of God is the one who rejects the other meaning of caffeine in the Koran is the one who picks up arms against believers. The one who fights a believer is also called GFI due to implications in the cauldron of caffeine. Now to oversimplify and say, you know, I

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was, I was having lunch with my Catholic neighbor, and he said, you know, it's not it's not a healthy attitude. It's not a healthy attitude. And you know, let me tell you, why not it's it's not a healthy attitude, unless said about the caffeine, Imola, Xena cafaro, sour on him, under the home, am lumped under home. Now, you know, there is no doubt about it, those who have done Cofer, whether you sallallahu Sallam you warned them or you don't warn them, they will not believe

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Allah tells us that the kofod are so stuck, that even if the best guy on the face of this earth, Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam was trying to warn them, or he didn't even bother, it wouldn't make a difference, they will not come to me, man, is this all people?

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Does it make any sense to accept that is only old people, it doesn't make any sense. It's a gross oversimplification, you know, for physical reasons. And for other in other discourse. Maybe you can use the word gafford loosely, but when it comes to Quranic studies, you have to be very careful. The word has a very strong particular connotation and cannot be oversimplified. And if you do at least a very serious misunderstandings and misgivings about the religion, because if that was true, nobody would ever accept Islam because it wasn't they're not gonna believe.

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There would be no point of Dawa, that would be done. So the word The kofod are there but then in this whole, our eternus, your toluna feeding into people are entering into the religion, and I have left the word people open. So much so that even people in Makkah, people in Mecca, Mecca is the city where the messenger spent 10 years is impossible still, maybe somebody you know, not everybody thought the messenger, and they saw some some guys running his grocery store on the side. He doesn't care what's going on over these minds. His Own Business never heard the message. Maybe somebody came down one time you didn't take it seriously. Right. But after MCI is conquered, and sort of the Toba,

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Allah tells us what and I don't mean and muskiness taraka virgin who had s markella, mala, if that if any of the believers or any of the machinery goon come to you, at Makkah, being conquered man, this is the 20 years that I've gone by, if still, any of them wish they can come to you. And they want to you know, they want to spend some time learning about this stuff. Give him permission until he gets to hear a buzz word. So

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then go let him go to a safe place and think about it for himself. Allah and even though he didn't use caffeine, he said what in a minute machine. They're doing Sherk, but caffeine is something other than wishing there are two different things. The people around you may be doing check, they may be wishing, but calling them caffeine is something else. It's something far more serious. So I hope that point gets across to all of us inshallah Tada. Now, some really interesting and unique commentary. I found it fascinating actually, that some of our children had said about this ayah seminar, Donna Dean and the dean Huck or Dr. Cofer

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insane. The is saying that the people you know, anass, the Arabic word NASS is associated with the word insane. And insane, by definition is the one who possesses intellect as opposed to higher one as opposed to the word the Beastie animal. So the IRS has basically that the people entered the religion of Islam, the deen of Allah. So some of us are saying it is as though ally is saying that those who didn't enter the religion of Islam aren't human. They're a bunch of animals. Because if you were, you know, in Punjabi said ba, ba, ba Ba, right?

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If you were if you were in Sun, then you entered Islam, but after all of this, you still remained on COVID and you shouldn't even be called part of mass. You shouldn't even be called people and for hazama Allah and Allah call la economy, but those people are like cattle. They're even worse than animals. They're even worse. Right? So Pamela, so the word Nasir being anybody who still has has humanity left. At this point, they accepted Islam

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forgave us the hukou hadn't mud allow them. This is the other important thing. These people just entered Islam. They weren't Sahaba they didn't fight battles. They just came into Islam. So the question asked is how did they How did they deserve such a huge compliment from Allah? What are the necesito una de de la Allah mentioned his nothing mentioned

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These people, just the fact that these people are mentioned is a huge honor. It's a huge honor. So the question was asked, unlike the Sahaba, who fought and made and spent in the path of Allah, these people didn't make any sacrifice. So how come Allah is giving them such a huge compliment and making them in so honored that he mentioned them in the sutra victory for Krishna has a shower in a CRT Rahmatullah in this isn't his hint, it's a clue as to the vastness of Allah's mercy. For him the lab by the attire will go for well, Mercia, Tula, Omri,

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Eman archaeometry, up my nose, how Allah does the slave of Allah can live his entire life in disobedience to live his entire life in COVID even live his entire living in conference bad enough live his entire life opposing the Messenger of Allah sallallahu I mean, you can think of a higher crime. But even after all of that, if he accepts the man, Allah takes it like all the whole thing is clean slate everything's gone. Now there's nothing bad about it so patola and so laeven this is alluding to the the great, you know, Mercy of Allah zoton then they entered very interesting that Allah said this very powerful too, and something to carefully think about.

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Allah didn't say they came to believe

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me noon, noon Bella, no ob rasa, no Yahoo Luna they entered. They came entering into the religion of Allah into the deen of Allah. Now, there's a difference. This is basically what are the commenters for Islam. They accepted Islam. But accepting Islam is not the same as having what, Eman

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the Sahaba have tested and proven their email. But these people have accepted Islam they're coming in multitudes the entire families accepting this lump sum cuz like what you guys don't want converting it let me come to.

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So they're jumping in multitudes, even Allah says FYI, john, you know, further than if you come individually, you thought about it yourself. You looked at the evidence as yourself, you discussed it yourself. But if you come as a group, did everybody in the group think about it? No, not necessarily. You just came in everybody. We're accepting Islam. And that's how we're talking today. We're accepting Islam. Alright, let's go. How do we do that? Now, the love of Allah, everybody's done.

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So they came in, not necessarily by St. JOHN, but bit agreed, like some Sahaba even commented, just entered quickly into Islam. sola did not make a comment about the state of their hearts. And this is important. This is very important that Allah is that which I mentioned the outward victory of Islam, because having a man is inside but Islam is what? It's outside. And this surah half of it is about what's going on on the outside. But the other half of it, the rest of it, what we're going to see is about what's going on inside facade behind the lobby castelfranco in October is therefore just be Toba. Where are those things happening? They're happening inside. So this tool is giving us two

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pictures, two sides of the same coin Subhan Allah the the eloquence of this sooner. Now we're going to read something in regards to this that is narrated by Allison. I'll just read the Arabic and translate for you. Then my father household Allah He Makita Ba Ba Ba Ba, that when the messenger Allah Sato Salam was given victory of Makkah, the Arabs groups after others started accepting Islam for carlu. So they said, either lafora, B, Al Haram, whatever, any akuna Allah, this is important. The Arabs would say all these neighboring tribes would say, Well, if he was given victory over the Haram, it's mandatory that he must be the messenger.

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Their mentality was, if he has been able to conquer Makkah, that must mean that he's right. Because God, Allah would not allow anyone to conquer MCI except if they are right. Why not? Because they have seen what before? What kind of Cana adjara hominess haven't been

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when the army of the elephants came to the lucky let them come? No, Allah didn't let the army of elephants come. But Allah, Mohammed comes alongside them, which means Muhammad must be right. So their logic was that because he won because he was given victory. That's why we're accepting Assam disinherited by cazenovia lohana wakulla menora dongbu. And everyone who intended harm against Malaysia has always been defeated, Summa Ahuja coluna, Islam in Islam.

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And after they realize this, they started entering groups after groups after groups of two into Islam without putting up a single fight, because they saw unanimously the value of the Kaaba. And so since Muhammad Salallahu alaihe salam has become the custodian of the Kaaba. They accepted his religion. This also met some of Allah might have commented about this saying that this is not a healthy attitude. It's I mean, it's great that they said, Oh, he's taking care of the Kaaba, he must be right. But he's not right because he's got victory over the Kaaba. He's he's been right before he got their children accomplished too. So their rationale was something based on their own culture.

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which further justifies why I didn't just call it a man. At this time. It's only what still is still Islam. Why am I calling a man who will become a man has not yet entered into your hearts yet. So, this is big. This is important because the messenger gave sallallahu wasallam a prediction on Jabba bin Abdullah Nabila Han and Chewbacca that a young he was making, he was crying. He was crying one day for ketola it was said to him, my you kick, what is making you cry for Carlos ammirato Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he said I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam say, the holiness feed in in La Jolla, Virgin people have entered into the religion of Allah and

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multitude after a multitude was a Jew and I mean, who are virgin, and they will leave it also in multitudes. What he what the messenger is referring to is people like masala vena cava, he's referring to these, these movements of these Modine that took many with them, these guys came into Islam without thinking much about it. And they left without thinking much about it. So this was, you know, this is what happens when you get into something without coming in seriously, then you don't realize what it takes to stick to it. And this is why it is so important for all Muslims to realize the difference between Islam handed down generation after generation just as a family thing, and

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Islam handed down as a conviction that burns in your heart.

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If Islam makes its way into your heart, then there's no way it's coming out. There's no way. But if Islam was just handed down to you one generation after another, and you never really cared for it, and it wasn't given to you in a way that penetrates into your heart. You're just as Muslim because your parents are Muslim. You're just praying because your parents prayed one time. That's it. That's the only Islam you have, then you know what Allah says about that kind of people? He says, What in a Latina Ooh, this will kita bam, embody him Luffy Shakyamuni, who marieb those who are given the book and inheritance after them. So they were believers, and after them, they were people who inherited,

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they just got it as well. Or even Kitab embody him. Let me check that they are in doubt about it. They're in doubt about me who moody that puts others in doubt. They're in Chicago, they're in doubt about their religion. This is why I say that we should never take the Islam of our children for granted. Never. We should never take these some of our kids forget, you know, I met a I was traveling. I was in Nevada and I met a 93 year old guy. He was a Eastern European fellow. He was with his wife theoretical unconference, and you know, white couple, they clearly didn't look like they belong. They were looking around kind of tourists, you know, so I sat next to them started

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talking to them. So this is my sama linkle. I was a critical set up for you folks, for me, because we're from Ohio. So while you're a long way from Ohio, yeah, we've been doing a road trip. So we started talking, you know what he tells me, he was doing a, his white typical white family living in Ohio, he was doing a study of his family tree is looking up his ancestry. You know, what he found out his great, great, great grandfather was Syrian, and he was Muslim. So because of that, he starts looking into Islam. Because he's great, Gregor, somebody had moved to Europe, and they lost their religion after generations. And he was raised, you know, Christian orthodox, actually, Catholic,

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Greek Orthodox. So he started looking into Islam and accepts Islam. And he says, I have two reasons I want to revive the legacy of my father. And it's, it's pretty clearly the truth.

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But he didn't take you know, you can't take your previous generations for granted. There were people that were Muslim, and never may have never thought that one day their children will be Christian or Jews or atheist or agnostic or whatever self proclaimed atheist. They never imagined that would be the case. But that didn't happen over time. That did and it happens to other religions don't think it doesn't happen to us. There are there are Catholic churches in New York City, you know, that are called nightclubs. Now, they used to be Catholic churches, they're turned into nightclubs. Because there's nobody filling those churches and that's the Christian community. They're in much more

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numbers. And they didn't they weren't able to keep their future generations. We have to be serious about this stuff. Entering into the deen casually, the messenger ones, they came easily. They came in multitudes. They left in multitudes, we have to come in with conviction and to stick to it in sha Allah, nonetheless, a great victory of Islam, Allah azza wa jal talks about in disorder. May Allah protect us from that. You know, the show coming out. After this narration he said narrow Lubin narrow the below him in a sandbag on malapa we seek a large refuge from him taking it away after he's given it to us this Dean.

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So finally the last Ayah has become the Arabic I was told. I will discuss this ayah in two ways. One I will talk about this ayah cut off from what has come before and at the end inshallah all tied together because that's a heavy lesson. Probably I'll have to take time after I shot from you if that's okay with everybody.

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First things first.

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Subject behind the Rebecca was still fair, a few things in this ayah then declare the perfection of your master by doing praise of him and seek His forgiveness. He has always been one to accept repentance, no doubt. The first comment we make about the remarkable language of this ayah is a Honda vehicle is still far away, let us be what that what that mean? Allah mentioned is the father at the end.

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He mentioned this be first for Sabir, then you mentioned hummed behind the beaker. Then he mentioned his father was fulfilled. So as the father is at the end, in it, there's a great lesson to learn for those who want to make a step up. If you want to ask Allah for forgiveness, that is something you want. Before you ask Allah for what you want, you give him first what he deserves. You do have the first you do this B first, then you ask a lover what you want. This is the way of getting accepted. Allah is teaching us that in the sequence of the is the quality could have been first, but it's default is for you having this world law, how this world was probably for self assembly

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was tougher than in Canada. So anyhow, so that's the first thing. The second is this ayah is a deceit of another ayah Allah azza wa jal had told his messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what dorobek had yet to

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enslave yourself to your master until the conviction the final the death that basically comes in slave yourself, what is the means to do it via a sub B, Rebecca was tell Pharaoh these are the two components of a burden. On the one hand it is declaring a loss perfection on the other is acknowledging your own fault. This is the two parts of anybody in any way but we're gonna do one of two things. Either we'll be praising Allah are acknowledging our mistakes, praising allies covered in some big, big acknowledging our mistakes is covered in what was done in the to all of our bodies covered it basically all of that is one of these two things. For love. You feel Tansy for that was

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the firewall a firewall code, the word sub Bay, the word submit, which means to declare perfection comes from Saba how to swim to float. When you put something in water and it floats, clouds, you know, they also do this be in the sense that they float in the air. birds can be said to have been doing if they're gliding, the word has been used for a lion flies, say about Allah what is perfect what what declares his perfection and maintain that perfection. Don't let it come down. Maintain the perfection of Allah. That is what this means but this be the word includes declaring him free from fault in terms of his self, his attributes, the things he says and the things that he does feel it

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will acquire in everything. Don't say anything inappropriate about Allah don't say anything inappropriate about the added attributes of Allah. This is the kind of thing this is what the bunny bunny saw in some members of when he saw in fielding. They said about a loja de la Hema Lula Allah His hands are tied. They said about a large origin in Allah Hafiz Mia, Allah is in need we don't need we're free of need maravilla they said those things about Allah as origin, negating his tsp but Allah azza wa jal tells us to maintain and he tells his messenger subtlest enough to maintain his perfection. Some have said an El Mirage must be a Salah that in this surah when Allah commands His

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messenger to declare less perfection, what he means by that is to make Salah the ANA had enough where it feels good and be manasota because this wording has come into Quran in the meaning of Salah were for so hon Allah He here to soon ya know to

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declare a loss perfection in the evenings and also in the mornings. What does that mean and shall prayer fudger prayer. Also less has suddenly become the Rebecca cabela Toluca Shams declared the perfection of your master before the sun comes up. What is that referring to the budget prayer so this this wording may directly be a reference to Salah what we're learning then is the best way to declare last perfection and the best way to to praise him. And the best way to ask him for forgiveness is what is Salah that's what we're learning because of that.

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Robert I shot to cannabis Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by the newly had his surah you can see and yaku is narrated by eyeshadow de la Juana that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after the sutra came down, he used to make a lot of this thick which they can so Hanukkah lahoma will be handed a selfie Luca

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he used to start doing this a lot more when this ruler came down because this little I said make this be make it stiffer. So he started doing a lot more, lots more of it. We'll call it Avon, Canada Sonia call Catherine fuuka he that he used to do a lot of this in his little cooler especially subhanak Allah Subhana Allah Allah will be handig Allah homophily so he added that in his ruku where and how Avon can and maybe you sallallahu alayhi wa sallam feel really angry. He later

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While I record well I just have one energy in law call that he would not stand or sit or go or come anywhere except that he would say Subhan Allah He will be hungry he, he would constantly say Subhana Allah He will be hungry for good. So I said, Your Rasul Allah in Mecca to Casa Min COVID Subhana. Allah He will be hungry, he you are increasing a lot of music and you're saying it all the time. That's what she said, Well, the Allahu anhu So he says, Allah in order to be her, I was commanded to do so. Well Cora and he resided in Allah He will. So he recited the surah because he says I make a lot of the vicar Subhana Subhana Allah He will be handy Subhana Allah He will be handy all the time.

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Because he says I was I was told to do so by Allah in this surah Wow. Well, I think we must road animals who married the man that had his sola kinda Allah His early Salam you can sit on your own, and he also knows that he used to say a lot of what so how like Allahumma will be handing Allah homophily in a tabular form. This is the ticker narrated by Eben mustard or the Allahu Allah Noma in regards to this ayah. Finally, before we take a break for the Salah, in sha Allah tala tying this ayah to a couple of other things, just tying it to what came before a little bit. Now. The first thing to note here is Allah azzawajal gave victory and cleanse the house of Allah. He had the house

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of Allah cleansed, and he had mockup purified. So finally, unelma sajida the law that the massagin belong to Allah and of course of all the massage the one that belongs most to Allah, the house of Allah built, that that is the basis for which all the other massages are built are not only for Allah, now that that house is pure, now's the best time to make this V. Now's the best time to make to speak. That's the first thing. Then Allah says, when it comes to law, he talked about it in other places. And he says, When adekola he Akbar and for sure the remembrance of Allah is greater what we're learning is the victory that Allah gave his great people entering into the religion is great,

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but the remembrance of Allah is still greater. At the end of all of this the greatest thing is for some Arabic was toffolo Subhana Allah so that is even greater than the rest. Now we're going to get a little bit deeper into the study of for some a little bit but I don't want to break that discussion. So I'll give you an early break for them a shot prayer and tie this up at the end inshallah, because we have to talk a lot about the relationship between subject and behind the the two words how they come together in the Quran, and what meanings and what benefits it has for us inshallah Tada, so at this will take a break barakallahu li walakum feel Karina Hakeem. When I

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finally we are coming it was the lucky

Quran Tafsir/Explanation – Juz Amma

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