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Quran Tafsir/Explanation – Juz Amma

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How do Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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rubbish. Sorry, we're silly I'm the data melissani Hokulea Well, hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah say the MBI he will mousseline le he was happy he will minister nabeshima t Liu Medina, Allahu maganda Minh home, Amina Latina, Manu, Amita, sorry, heart, whatever, whatever. So the sub mineable Allah mean, the intention this evening is to try and complete the depths of saltiness. But before I do, there is some leftover subject matter from SoTL Falak. That should be addressed. And I purposely omitted it originally, but after some discussion I had with someone after the dose, I realize this is a point of confusion for a lot of people. And it probably should be at

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least given some consideration, some mentioned, what I'm talking about is two things in Sharla altana, two influences that have swept the Muslim Ummah in our time, and has influenced the understanding of a wide number of people, what used to be considered a minute minority aside thing a, you know,

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almost a faction has almost become mainstream, and it's actually quite problematic. The first of those things, is a result of what we call scientific rationalism. And scientific rationalism, essentially, is the attempt of someone to look at the sacred literature and to constantly to try to correlate it with rationale with science, specifically with science. And if you go overboard in this direction, you can do you know, you can make mistakes, like those of the late say that Matan, who's a great political leader for the Muslims in India yet when he is when it came to his interpretation of the Quran, he made some monumental mistakes. For instance, he said, Jin, Allah says he created

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them for fire, but that's all figurative, it just means that these are people that are really fired up. It's not really a different creature, it's just people that get really angry are called jinn. And you know, angels are made of light and light just refers to people, you know, people that are that are full of guidance, and they are a source of goodness for others, etc. So angels are really good people. And jinn are really bad people. And Heaven and Hell are just states of mind, etc, etc. to try to reinterpret the religion in a way that would be more plausible for someone who's overly impressed with science or the fight, at least getting to reality through the five senses. And in

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this regard, the reason I brought this up now instead of any other time is when we were talking about certain Falak. We were talking about the evils that may exist in the nighttime, and I did want to make a clarification. Night in and of itself is not evil. The creation of night is not evil, but it can have evil in it. And there's potential for evil in it. The creature itself, the creation of nine itself may or may not be harmful. But does it have the potential in it? Yes, there are. There are nights that are wonderful, for example, that talks about Neda tomo Baraka in Tanzania who feel a little cuddle with Wanda musawah laylat and from Matata Malaysian. We know messengers were called at

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night revolution came down in the night of power, you know, Subhana, Allah dsrip up the hill, ala middle, Michelle, Michelle, aka the Messenger of Allah Salam goes on the journey of Esau and Mirage in the night. And by the way, because of scientific rationalism, more and more people are convinced No, no, he didn't really travel. This was just a dream that he had and etc, etc. Right? Now, that's one problem to try to give scientific rationale, a higher place than actual revelation itself. But a byproduct of this movement has become that we become, we've been influenced a lot more by Western criticism of Islamic sacred literature, specifically Hadeeth literature. And if you know, I'm not

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going to get into Orientalism with you generally, but I'll tell you something over on overview, and the overview is that in western academics, non non Muslim academics on Islam, the first point of attack is Hadeeth. The first line of attack is against Hadees. And actually, they reverse engineer the study of Hadoop. And let me tell you what that means. They actually study it. The first claim they'll make is, you know, we don't really see Hadoop being compiled at least, like 100 to 150 years after the prophets passing sallallahu sallam. So it's, you know, it's already historically questionable. Then on top of that, the more authentic a hadith is, like if it's more difficult,

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either it's agreed upon, or it's from Muslim and Bahati and it comes from several narrate narrators, etc. There's a lot or in it

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cetera, they'll say the more authentic it is, is actually a bigger cover up by those who made it up.

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So the more authentic it is actually, that's how much more fabricated it is. And this is actually taught in university and from this point of view, it's taught in universities. Now, this Hadeeth skepticism is not something that's only taken up by non Muslims. Actually, Muslims have also fallen victim to this kind of work. And a lot of times actually, they become very adamant about it and feel like if you are going to interpret the Quran, using incidents in the spirit of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam will be called as Bible in New Zealand contexts of Revelation. And so little follow up, we talked about how there were, you know, there were attempts made to cast a spell upon

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the messenger on a subtle sudden, that's part of us Babu that's not mentioned explicitly in the Quran. But this occurs in several Hadith narrations. Now, when you resort to those narrations, they say, Oh, no, you know what, what you're doing here, you're resorting to these made up a hadith that, you know, we shouldn't really interpret the Koran using those texts, Koran should only be interpreted on its own virtue. This is an oversimplification of the matter. And I'm not going to give you a you know, a defense of Hadith literature and this session, that's not the subject today at all. But I will tell you some fundamental things that we have to keep in mind, people who say

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that, you know, the Koran is critical, but the Hadith literature is not it can even be trusted. There are several very basic issues with it even without getting any deeper. The Quran is transmitted to us by means of the companions of Allah's Messenger about the alohomora mind, the entire body of Hadith literature is transmitted to us by what means

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the same Sahaba if you say they can't be trusted with Hadith, then by extension, you are also saying they can't be trusted with Koran. Also, when you're saying that the Quran does not have contradictions, because anybody who says I'm a believer in Quran, but I don't take the sunlight seriously, or Hadith seriously, I'm just going to rely on local and then they also come with the claim that the Quran does not have contradictions it can't.

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But if you don't turn to the so now you'll be very confused because the Quran will say if I either lady by Nicola Vina who either

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I mean, even between if between you and the other, there is animosity treat him like your most intimate friend, in a passage talking about that law and the ethics of Dharma Allah says, even if the person is showing you animosity, treat them like an intimate friend.

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But then you read another passage in the Quran, and Allah says, what to whom, to whom, to whom and

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when fitna to

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kill them wherever you find them, expelled, and you know, expelled them from where they expelled you. And that the trial and tribulation and corruption they're causing is worse than the fighting. If you think fighting is bad, what they're doing is even worse. So on the other hand, you're supposed to treat them like your best friend. On the other hand, you're engaged in fighting seems like a contradiction unless you understand the context of this ayah and the context of that ayah and the Koran will not tell you the context. The first I have a soula isn't happy he Salatin makiya

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are heavy solatube madonia This is a Madani Sula, this is a Maki Sula, this was revealed at this time, so understand it in this context, and that was revealed at that time. So you understand that, that does not happen in the Quran. Context comes essentially and primarily from Hadith literature, from the Sierra literature. So this oversimplification can lead to many, many, many problems. Now, I'm not going to get also into the cycle, why would somebody be so adamantly against halifa? What's the, you know, it's, it's, the irony of it all, is that the people who are adamant about this stuff, they actually declared themselves champion of the Quran and the only voices of genuine Islamic

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understanding, and everybody else is pushing the deviant, corrupted understanding of Islam. So they actually portray themselves as hero of the heroes of the religion that are taking these courageous steps until against these horrible traditional scholars. And they literally a conversation I had last week with a brother had very foul things to save I even made man Buhari Rahim Allah, and I couldn't believe my ears. I didn't know I knew this stuff existed, but it's become more and more popularized, of course, also because of the spread of the web and things like that. inshallah, tada, when the time comes, I will be doing a series on just a risk, not even the authenticity of the sun,

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not just respect for the sun, not just that, before we talk about its authenticity, how much importance and regard does it have just from the Quran itself? We're not even going to go to a hadith for that, but we'll do a series on that separately, inshallah. Tada. But that's one point I wanted to bring to your attention before we continue. And I don't want you to be at least one logical claim I'll bring to you that has been brought up about total fallacy. They say that if the Prophet isotopes Saddam was cast a spell on and he would forget things that he did or think that he did something and he hadn't actually done it which is found as a colorations, then you are

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legitimizing the claims of those who say that he is influenced by magic or he's a magician. Now this again, is if you look at the claim very deeply, that's not really a solid claim, because the claim that

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He's a magician means he's the one who does the magic. And here the claim isn't that he's doing magic that the claim is that he's being influenced by magic. The second claim that is made is if you say that he was influenced by magic, you are saying there is no power except a law that there is a power except other than a law which is that of magic itself. Well, the second issue here is you know, power Allah azza wa jal has given certain creations power to Allah has given creations power human beings have some power you know jinns have some power we have some power but in the end that the source of that power is Allah as origin and there's no greater power than Allah subhanho wa

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Taala so the fact that something can have effect like it's it's uh, you know, to say for example, fire burns you say no, you fire doesn't burn a lot burns it well, fire does burn it but Allah gave it the ability to burn right a login with that power and Allah can seize that power and put it on hold and refuse to burn when Ibrahim is thrown in it that's that's the power of a loss of data. Now you could say for example, somebody was killed by a gunshot right? Because How could you say that? No, no death only comes when Allah's command comes the bullet didn't kill him this is silly now. Yes, the bullet killed him. But if he could only have killed him by the amount of Allah, Allah gave

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it permission so magic can influence someone it can harm someone just like a bacteria or a virus can you know to us it's in the unseen just like to the old timers of other civilizations, you know, these microscopic creatures which literally are unseen to us but they are seen under a microscope when they would be suffered by these things they would say we're possessed by demons and things like that right? But these things have an effect and you have a cure similarly this issue of you know people doing magic and having some impact this is something a lot talks about himself in certain Baqara your early mood and as a second you know, the Allah sent angels in your at Babel haruta

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narut. And they were teaching people magic as a trial. And they would as they would teach someone magic they would say, look, if you're gonna learn it, if you learn it, then it's gonna be considered gopher, and you will go to Hellfire, fanatic for so they would say no fitness fanatic for somebody comes to learn magic from them. They say look, we're just here to test you will teach you if you want to. But if you do know that it's covered don't do cover. We're letting you know ahead of time. This is going to land you in big trouble for the moon, I'm in Houma. They learn from them my euphoric una de vida, de what would cause partition between the husband and the wife. So they would

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learn magic that would cast spells and create rift between husband and wife, they learned these things, and the lack knowledge is that in the Quran itself, but then he says Walmart Home Depot arena, even had in the villa, they would never be able to harm anyone except for LA would give the permission. So even this idea, if you legitimize magic, then you're saying that a lot doesn't have all the power, even that is an oversimplification, and an inaccurate depiction of neurons message, but all of these things are done because one is over influenced with logical rational thought or scientific rationalism, right? And these things start influencing their judgment on the Quran

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itself. So I did want to bring this to your attention. And again, in a more thorough systematic fashion, we will be dealing with this problem because it is a it is an existing intellectual problem that Muslims are in fact suffering from. Anyhow, let's get to the sort of the final surah of the series.

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And the first thing we'll talk about is its fundamental relationship between the soul itself and the Sula that came before it. The previous soul I ns woman shall rehearse it in either has had lasting unless as insulting fella from the evil from the harm of the one who is jealous, who has has said, when he acts out in accordance with his has now you tell me of all the creations of Allah, which creation is the most jealous, which creation is the most jealous the the one intends you the most harm? In the hula kumawu beam Iblees shaitan. The next surah is dedicated to protect you from the one who is the most jealous man Charlene was whereas in Honda's he believes himself shaitan himself.

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So there is a logical progression. We asked in the end, the from the protection from the heart of the one who has jealousy and we get to the one who is the source of all of that jealousy, even between human beings when someone has jealousy, who inspires that jealousy in them who comes and puts was was high in them to have the jealousy to begin with? So we identified the outwardly of the problem in certain Falak but the inwardly soars the the ultimate source of that jealousy at least himself who comes in puts what's Vasa, and says, Why is that guy coming up in to do something about it, he needs to say something, you need to plot something that's been identified in saltiness,

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that's the first thing that connects these two schools. Then of course, we talked about how the sootel Falak is Allah, Allah xojo, giving us protection from evils and harms that exists outside of ourselves, but pseudo tunas evils that make their way inside of ourselves our own knifes NASA themselves, the whispers of people that enter into our hearts shaytaan who is revolving in the chests of the inside of the people we salute in as so evil

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On the outside are guarded against insulting Falak and evils on the inside and saltiness. Another way of looking at it also is the evils mentioned in salt on fire occur out of your control, somebody blowing over knots casting spells over you trying to harm you because of jealousy. These are things outside of your control. So you're asking for less protection from them. But if you look at sort of nasty things, that Allah is talking about people whispering and giving you suggestions and, you know, putting less facade in you whether or not you act on that West facade Well, you will not be able to blame the one who whispered it to you. In other words, the liability in the previous surah

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is on the criminals who are engaged in the act of jealousy engaged in the act of sorcery engaged in the harm that they're trying to inflict on you in the in the darkness of the night. But in this sutra, the responsibility will fall on who yourself if you follow it if you fall trapped to this was masa, you will not be able to go to Chicago and say it was your fault You got me into this it was your was was how that made me go to this thing and do that thing or do the other thing because on the Day of Judgment, he's gonna say that's a loony? Don't you blame me? no blame yourself, I just sent the email You're the one who clicked it.

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I just made the call. You're the one who picked it up. I just sent you the address, you're the one who drove there. I just gave you the invitation. That's all the one acting on it was you and your Indian You are the one that is responsible. So in this surah at the greater danger is mentioned and one of the ways to look at it once once again, the evils mentioned in the previous slide are out of your control and the evil mentioned in this surah you are liable for yourself you will have to answer for them yourself. And yet another way that it's been described by Allah the relationship between these two the previous harms what is outwardly meaning how harms your dunya the hazard can

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harm some someone can harm you with their hazard in your dunya magic can harm someone psychologically and things like that these are things that affects your dunya But the worst was of shaitana harms what your deen your aka your Eman. So now we have to compare Dena dunia and Dean which is more precious which is which has to be guarded more. You see, it is a very clear thing that our Deen has to be guarded far more than our dounia so we asked a loss protection a lot more insulated than us. We only call them Allah once and so to find out what did we say put

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a bill Falak Rob came up once. Look at certain us we're asking a lot to protect our Deen how many times we call it a lot but our ob or been nurse mullikin? Nurse illa hennas three times as much. We emphasized the protection of our Deen our mind because when shaytaan mix was was that in your man? Putting doubts in it putting jealousy in it putting evil in it putting greed in it? What is it attacking is attacking the faith that taqwa you know the shine that one may possess, it can corrupt all of those things. So we asked a lot a lot more protection in this surah. And so here like I mentioned the I mentioned this in Richardson. So I'll tell you again here.

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We the one you ask protection from the one you're asking protection from is called Mr. B. Mr. ISB. And the one who you are running from the one you're trying to guard yourself from the one you're trying to escape. And Mr. I mean, who so you got two terms that Mr. Ivey, the one you're seeking protection of and Mr. admin who the one you're seeking protection from, there's a reciprocal relationship between this soldier and the previous, the previous sort I mentioned one was the IV or bill Falak. And then the rest of the surah was dedicated to several different instances that well mister I've mean who, meaning things you're running from things you want to get away from men

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Shalimar Hallock woman Shangri La Sapienza woman, Sharon Nafisa, tilaka woman shall rehash several Mr. admin who, now that's been reversed in this solar, you have several Mr. Ivey, he will also be locked Venus mullikin illa in the mention of the one you're seeking protection from is far more but Sharla notice in the previous little how many times it shall come up, men shall we mahala woman Shani ha sittin is our

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local woman Shall we?

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Shall shall shall multiple times but here multiple times but how many times how many Mr. admin one actually min Sheldon was was in finance. And the rest of it is just an explanation of that is if you look at and it was peaceful, peaceful. So do the national agenda to oneness. That is all an explanation of that central idea of almost I have minimal min Charlene was watching. So this is reservoir cracy between these two schools. Now, we get to the sutra itself, we begin to suit ourselves when we say we have been asked the word cold I'm repeating from last time again. The placement of coal in this solar in the previous one has many powerful benefits. When it's a decade

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when you recite it when you recite the sutra you're already obeying the last command. Because coal is a command and as an execution of that command you are reciting this surah In other words, one before they're even entering into a less protection from evil. They're entering into obedience. And the lesson here is you are not qualified to ask a lust protect protection and

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Unless you are in Allah's obedience if one is just obedient to Allah, they have no right to be asking for less protection they need to come in and less obedience first. The second thing about cool is it's a declaration you have to declare that you're seeking refuge. You know your ego gets in the way of saying I need help, I need protection. The first thing your ego says I can take care of myself I can handle this. But when Allah commands us to openly declared, you know, there's different from saying is there

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is there will be a lot been secret seek protection from the master, you could do that secretly, but unless has declared, say it out loud. When you say out loud, I need protection, what have you done? You've slammed your ego and you've humbled yourself before Allah saying I can protect myself he can protect me. It's actually a killing of the ego. And this is part of the lesson here. Part of the lesson is humility before Allah Spano wattana and a crushing of one's own knifes, now for him called Lima to be robinus How come Allah says Allah buenas magoffin la him ha satin, how can we extend it himself? His rubia His Lordship has mastery towards people specifically, he could say you know be

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semi with you and

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or be him you know, why not specifically and the way Allah comment on this, the nlst either work or admin showreel was was a man shovel was Swiss, faithful dude in US Soccer and now it is because the people are the one who need protection in this surah the skies and the earth don't need protection from Japan who needs protection from shavon who needs protection from Alyssa was vasanas it's the people so Allah extended his mastery his lordship over the people, it's relevant to them, okay and the whole team. It is as though what's being said is, although Munchausen was was in a nasty Brb, him and the M Li qu la him, moron. It is as though you're saying I seek my refuge from the one the

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evil of the one who whispers towards people by seeking protection with my mask with their Lord, the one who has authority even over them and all of their affairs. Now, there is the word that I want to pay extra attention to this time that I didn't last time. But we're going to pay a little bit more time and attention to it is the word Rob is very important is not enough. Last year, remember we spent extra time on the word Allah, we spend a little extra time on the word Allah and its origin and things like that. Now we have to spend a little extra time on the word, Rob, linguistically speaking, the word rub in Arabic, if you look at the linguistic origin has several implications in

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it. But the first and primary of them is, you know, Absolute Owner, Absolute Owner, like even a slave owner or the owner of a house, for example, or blobbin, the master of a slave owner,

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the owner of a house, but it's not just any kind of order, because I know another word of word for ownership is malloc. So you could also say man equal weight, the owner of a house. So then the question is, how is the ownership of the word Rob different from the ownership of malloc that's the one thing I want to bring to your attention first. Actually, ownership is only one part of the many meanings of the word ROM.

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While Malik exclusively means owner, Rob includes the meaning of Malik but includes other things too. So what are these other things? Or Rob or Rob well, Malik was said to be one more shade when

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several things are included inside the wardrobe. Now let's look at all of them. I know I've discussed this before but we need this review for this lesson inshallah tada I love what I just said he's owner, but then I said was saying who has complete authority also, the one was completed completely in charge. Is it possible you own something but you're not completely in charge of it? Like your car, right your you own it, but you have to get it inspected. You have to get it registered. You can take it at any speed you want. You can modify it any way you want. You have ownership but it's limited ownership because it doesn't come with full authority. A Rob is someone

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who has ownership and at the same time also has authority he could do whatever he wants when he wants to burn it he can burn it was a terrible party could tear it apart. Right? There's no one to ask any questions because he has completed a somatic was saying then one more a b this is a very interesting and powerful word. You know, some people get confused about root origins of words because of a lack of knowledge of Sol

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Sol Sol israa Allah says work or rugby or hum Houma Kamara Rob Bayani Rob Bayani right, he says master Rob Ilhan Omar show mercy to both of them meaning both of my parents come out Rob Bayani now what Where did you just hear interrupt by any Bayani? So some people start thinking about Bayani hear the root letters the origin is also rub because it sounds like Rob Rob Bayani but this is actually a this is not the fitted here isn't. What do you call it? modaf it's not raw, but it's actually a law and wow, on up Europe de tarbiyah tarbiyah the last letter in the route is not bad. It's Wow. Now what difference does it make when you say Rob Rob Rob Baba

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If that's the root origin, those are the meanings we're discussing. But if you say, oh, bah, bah, bah, and well, then the meaning is different, that meaning tarbiyah. No, you ever heard tarbiyah tlbs, to ensure the growth and maturity of something until it reaches the stage that you want it to reach, that would be a plant would be you taking care of that plant, you're watering it, it's getting enough sun until it matures into a tree and starts bearing fruit that we have a child is you're giving them proper manners, you're taking care of their diets, etc. So from physical point of view, and a psychological and social point of view, they mature into a healthy sound, decent human

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being this has started getting older. Right? So but now the thing I wanted, there are two separate routes. But

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that route therapy is included inside of they're not the same, but one is a subset of the other. In other words, when we say when we call it lies, or jungle, Rob, part of that meaning is more or be the one who ensures growth. It's not the only meaning. But it's part of that meaning. So they're not the same, by the way, Mr. murase. But as for how do you document Hola, put them under the same category, because there's one theory in classical Arabic where a root root letters are are the last two letters, the N and land letter are the same, or there is a noctus version. Like you have shuck sheen of off and this is another route sheen off, wow. Right? If that happens, then they can be

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considered similar or the same. There's one theory like that in Arabic, it's not a universally accepted theory. But Mr. Moroccan was inclined towards it. So he put a rub, and rubber or rubber, you're not be tarbiyah in under the same category. Not to say that they're the same, but they are related. And the relationship is the rub is the superset. And Alibaba is the subset. Now let's get to the point itself, the owner, the authority, the one who takes care of that mean, the one who takes care of like your parents took care of you when you were small. So less has come out of biani Sahara right? Now, the thing is, is it possible you own something and you have authority of it, but

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you don't take care of it?

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Is that possible? It happens all the time. Look at your backyard. Look at the car, you haven't done an oil change for for two years. Right? Look at look at the computer who you know, you haven't cleaned out the cash or whatever. And it's just piling on and you get to blue screen of death every now and then lack of data via lack of taking care. Now these allies described the word Rob includes the one who owns it has authority of it and takes care of it well more be then we'll murshid sets it in the right direction uses it properly guides it too. That's part of rob you know uses it for proper usage. That's part of Rob and then we'll move on him grants gifts he gives, he's the one who

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gives gifts. In other words, the one if Allah is allowed to us, he doesn't owe us anything, anything he gives us will be considered a gift. It's not something he's obligated to give us at all. It's considered a gift. That's part of the meaning of Rob, then we'll call him and finally the word l k m and k m implies the one. He's the one ensuring the existence of the subject, right. So if we're subject to a lot as origin, then the only reason we exist is he allows us to exist if you want to take a worldly parallel with a landmass alone. But just to help you understand the point. If you're taking care of a really delicate plant.

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And if you stopped taking care of it for like one day, it would die. Right or half an hour it would just die. The only reason it's surviving is constant care. You are the reason for its continual existence. This is

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Allah azza wa jal calls himself a claimant, it's embedded in the meaning of Rob, this is the word Rob here. The word Rob is really important for several reasons. One of them is it's the first name allow us to introduce himself to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam. It is also the first name Allah used for himself before he even used a lot when he introduced himself to Musashi Salam.

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When Allah introduced himself to Allah subhanho wa Taala He said, If Cora Bismillah Robic rub

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the word Allah did not occur in the passage prompted masala sand goes up on the mountain yamasa in an Arab book favela and Alec in the capital, I didn't know

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what to customarily buy, you have a nanny and Allah, Allah came later. Rob came first.

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So the word Rob is the introduction a lot one says to have even in the Fatiha after Allah tells us about himself as a lot of first thing he wants us to know of all his names and attributes as what hamdulillah he, Rob, and actually I told you this sequence of the Quran is remarkable. Allah said Allah mentioned him his love for gelada first Allah then he said, Robert, I mean, look at the end of Quran so so this last is Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah and then to spoilers about Rob will be a little bit fella carabiners just like Fatiha the first iron is what Allah first Rob second al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen so you have so to the class about Allah and the word Allah

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does not occur in follow Korean as with the word Rob does. So there's the same progression that is made and these things, you know,

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indicate something allows within, for example, commands on Quran in many places one of them for instance, or Buddha or a backhoe, or Buddha or a backhoe, enslave yourself to your master. If you want to know we study a lot of Quran, you know, you can stay to see it for years and years and years and years. And somebody my teacher asked me Actually, one time I was studying with him, and I'd been sitting out years of studying with him for like six months. And he asked me Give me the summary of the Quran one sentence,

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actually, and I said one sentence, you go, Okay, fine, too.

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So he wants a summary of the whole quarter odd in two sentences.

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And I'm thinking I'm going in my head, I'm doing a review of the stuff he talks about all the time. How am I going to summarize the entire Quran in two sentences? And I figured I remembered what he said, and I used it and he said, You're right. hamdulillah

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here's what here's what it was, number one, except a lot as master and accept yourself as slave.

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A lot of people accept Ally's Master, but they still don't accept themselves as slave. Just accept it, internalize that, that he is master you are slave. Accept that, number one.

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And after you accept that the second sentence, accept that this guidance, this guidance is only beneficial to people who accept themselves as slaves. That's it.

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You say economic Do you accept yourself as a slave? Then what are you ready for a DSLR guidance. So every and guidance is a summary of the entire Quran. The Quran began with slavery, economics.

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It begins with slavery. And at the end again, he may He calls himself master which alludes to us as What if he's the master of the people that people are slaves, ends with slavery. So this is the the the heart of the matter. The heart of the matter, is people refuse to accept Allah a slave and by the way, in this discussion will go a little further inshallah to Allah today, but one of the side notes of it, a lot of people have no hard time accepting allies, the creator, that's okay. That's not the hard part, or accepting allies merciful or as wise or as powerful, or as one. All of that stuff's easy, because, you know, if you accept a lie as one, there may not be any implications on

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you. Unless one that's nice. I'm still going to do what I'm gonna do. Ally's really merciful, great, I still have my life. But if you say allies Master, then what does that make me? That makes me slave. And to put it in very simple terms, the difference between a free person and a slave person is very simple. It's not a complicated subject. The difference between a free person and a safe person is a free person does whatever he or she wants, what does the slave do? A slave cannot do what he or she wants. If a slave did what he or she wanted, then they would be considered free. The only thing that makes them a slave is they do what the master wants. If you accept that, if you

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accept that your will comes under the will of Allah. Your will has to be submitted like asleep before the will of the master, then you've understood what is the what this book is what this message is. That's the summary of this message. It sounds very simple. I mean, it takes five minutes to explain, but internalizing that is a lifelong struggle, a lifelong struggle, so panela so now we're going to look at how Allah azza wa jal in this sutra, he asked us to seek protection, but he used three of his names. There are three things here, three names of alar used. Robin NASS mullikin, Nas Illa. hyenas. And then three times the word master has mentioned for each symbol off in a, the

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extended to is the word nurse. And I've been asked by Nicolas Ella, Hannah's in Arabic, you could say could have been nurse, Maliki him, ILA him, you could use a pronoun, you could use lomita instead, but allow us ness. So we're gonna look at try to figure out some benefits of this remarkable sequence in shallow Tada, in the next part of this touch, will talk first about a psychological progression. A child, a child,

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you know, for a child, all of his that one of the first realizations a child has is that their needs are taken care of by their parent, someone who has, you know, tarbiyah over them, someone who takes care of their tarbiyah when you have a need you go to your murghab be part of the meaning of Rob is one more A B is one of the earliest recognitions you have you go to someone who has authority over you, especially if it's not Islamic history, World History, a slave when he has a need, where does he go, even in the human sense, he goes to the master, he goes to the master, or if you have someone who in rubia ownership is a close relationship. So the first one to turn to someone who plays the

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role of owner or authority or the one who takes care of you, etc. Even a child knows to do that turn to that entity that's captured in the wardrobe.

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But then there's a there's a problem that's bigger than someone individually your parent can take care of that

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Although the one who's over you cannot take care of that problem, it's a problem bigger than that. It's a problem bigger than that. You know who you go to, you go to the government,

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you go to the king, you go to the sovereign medic and make that next progression. But then you have a problem that's so big that you'll never be can solve it your CDL Malik your mom can solve it. You know, money can solve your king government canceled, no one on earth can solve it. When where do people turn to when they have that need?

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They turned to God in a in us. The one that's to be you can only ask God for help now.

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Right in our hands, there's this progression in the there's a psychological progression. Now, as we're talking about psychological progress progression, it seems like what most people do, they for the first turn to two creations in lunia. They turn to their parents or the owner or the boss or the employer, somebody who can help them in their immediate sense, captured inside the wardrobe. Then they turn to a higher authority captured in what word magic and when all fails. Now you put it in the hands of Allah but Allah is teaching you know, from the very beginning, where do you go? From the very beginning, your rub is Allah. Your magic is Allah. Allah is Allah from the very beginning.

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And this is the height of intellectual progression. There's psychological progression, then there's intellectual progression, the height of intellectual progression, which is manifest in the Quran, and people like Ibrahim alayhis salam is that you understand that from your most basic needs, to your greatest needs, you turn for everything to Allah, you turn for everything to Allah, Allah azza wa jal Musab the Buddhist Bab, nothing will happen without his will. For every one of my needs, I need to turn back to him for who are Abbey, who are Maliki warilla. So called Filipinas Maliki na na na Hannah's then

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I'm going to look at this this from a literary point of view. Dr. Foster Salah has similar he said something really beautiful about the solar so we're looking at it in Arabic And I'll translate it for you. What that does is it'll kill the IR progress from more to less from maximum to minimum, what does he mean by that? For Rabu el murshid and welcome to Hulu Nicola de Lucia Dean. Well, Maura been a part of the meaning of Rob is the one who takes care of you, the one who sets you right, the one who you know, is concerned for you even and in the in the worldly sense could there be many of those that take care that are concerned with you can have many, but then he says, thermostat like

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lacking liquidity, dilaton Malik Wahhab, but for any society, any country, how many kings do you have? How many sovereigns do you have? One in any society, you can have many multiple in the worldly sense, but you will only have one Malik, but even then as the world as a whole, you can have multiple mulu you can have multiple kings, but even just for one society, one king at a time, but then you go further further.

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What do you see how malu Kashi castle? wackiness? Illa.

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Finally, you come to Allah and how many law can you have? Only one, the word Illa can never be taken in a worldly sense. The word rob you can take in a worldly sense.

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Right? You know, if you could do that, actually even intercedes through the use of in the hora bsns wire. Right when he called on his master, one of the proceeds of that is that he was not talking when he was seeking refuge of Allah. Then he was talking about how he's not going to be great, ungrateful to his master who took care of him may even be referring to the Aziz. The word Rob, it has worldly implications to money can have worldly implications. But money can have the king can have worldly implications. But the word Illa can only have one implication. And that is a Lara's origin in the Anima, hukum Illa hoon. warhead that can only be one. So it's a progression from more

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to less.

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But then, as far as the word NASA is concerned, it's less to more. Think about this. When there is someone who takes care, he can lead in the worldly sense, he only takes care of a few.

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What about a king? Does he take care of more than a few?

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He's got more under and more people under him. What about an ILA? Does he take care of more than a few? Now it's everybody. So where the word rub the words for Allah are going from kasatkina they're going from more to less. But the implications of the word NASS are going for from more from less, to more, the reverse things of how Allah so that's why the word NASS each time actually has a slightly different meaning. The repetition isn't just for beautification, or because it rhymes, goodness is more it's a lesser group Melaka NASA is larger and then the most comprehensive group is what ilaha illa Hana. So there is this incredible progression and this eloquence inside these ayah. Then

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another point of notice about you know something of an overview of Quran really which we'll do more of at the end of this does, but the Quran Allah azza wa jal commands us what is called an festa is Billahi min ash shaytaan norrtalje.

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Whenever you recite Quran you should be seeking refuge from a refuge of Allah from Shabbat. So the Quran recitation begins with prayer seeking refuge. And no Quran itself ends also with seeking refuge without openness, beginning and ending we see the need for seeking a less protection from this incredible West fossa and we'll see the importance of that inshallah tada very very soon now

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what it Who is the biggest victim of shaitaan in the Quran, you bet a lot of bad people are mentioned. But after Shetland, who would you put it number two

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don't you would put down at number two. And I want you to note something about phenomena.

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And actually before you know something around I want you to know something about this sooner I'll ask you to remind yourself once again, what three names of a lot did we find?

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robinus mullikin nez Illa Hanna's? I'll tell you three things Allah says about film. One

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sakala and Arab buku Allah.

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What did he say about himself? I am Rob.

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The biggest was was of shaitan what you're supposed to attribute to Allah he attributed to himself rub

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this into another IRA from Fernando la Sally Maluku missler. Pretending to frown rather, la Sally muku Misra had in an unhealthy mentality. Don't I own the kingdom of missile? Don't these rivers flow beneath and only I am the king of Muslim? What's he referring to himself as? Malik. That's what he's referring himself. So he mentioned himself as Rob, then you mentioned yourself as Malik, what's left?

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Illa let's see if he committed this crime to he turns to his chiefs. And he says we'll call it our own. Yeah, you have mala Tula, Camila hinted at

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my generals Listen up. I don't know of any other Illa for you other than myself.

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forfeit our we suddenly find himself declaring three things for himself rubia milk, and who knew here already for himself. Rob McCullough, we find the this sampling Allah has given us in the Quran is very important. It shouldn't be overlooked. And it's not just for you as a man for our own line of Allah, What a loser. But there's something here. That is what the worst was of shaytaan can lead to

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what was the biggest problem of shaytaan shaitan himself? What was his biggest problem? arrogance, arrogance, what is the biggest thing he could instill inside a human being?

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arrogance, and what is the worst manifestation of arrogance fit out. But you don't have to reach around to be worried that you're headed down the same road that leads to fit on today we are not living in a time where people declare themselves Gods over others. But we are living in times where people declared themselves Gods over themselves.

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They declared themselves their own master, I am my own man, I am my own master. They declared themselves their own king,

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king of the house, kingdom, my territory, kingdom, my domain, they declared themselves their own inner, their own. Their own desires become the Illa Allah tada Allahu Allah, Who did you see the one who takes his desires and turns them into his Illa even, we're living in times where we can each turn into minifit.

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without even realizing it, we don't have to have large castles and fight with messengers and, you know, be arrogant, outspoken against the law as origin. But that that concept of ego that is crushed in the beginning of the sutra, by you openly saying I need protection. I need a less protection. I'm coming into his obedience. There's a very powerful lesson in this very, very powerful lesson. It believes himself recognizes the Lordship of Allah, but wants the human being to forget it.

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He Himself said, You are the one who created me. Even when he was disobeying the law he gave him credit. You created me from fire. Even then he acknowledged though he did himself even he himself.

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But he wants the human being to forget that though he he wants the human being to become ungrateful. May Allah protect us from the wasp associate on then, the other thing here? That's really just absolutely remarkable

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is the relationship between the word NASS NASS, and this has come up in a long dose before but I'm repeating it. The word NASS has several meanings. But one of its root origins actually comes from lucianne. forgetfulness, forgetfulness, NASS, one of the reasons human beings are called NASA is because they're forgetful

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and alpha even as when as far as to say it is because they forgot the promise they had made to Allah you know which promise is to be able to become bluebella shahidullah Am I not your master unless I am

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natural rubber. He even then he introduced himself as what Rob? And we said yes, of course we testify.

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But we come to this world and we forget. One of the only powers Allah has given shaitan is the ability to make people forget. And what's the biggest thing people forget that Allah is their master?

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I don't mean you forget it for life you have amnesia you don't remember it again. But for those five minutes when you were acting out your your aggression, you forgot. For that day you for that weekend, you forgot.

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When you took that turn, you forgot when you raise your eyes and looked at that moment, you forgot that you have investor, he can make you forget that the right moment. Now listen to this ayah is that whether anything was a time, for whom the Corolla shaitan got a hold of them and made them forget the remembrance of Allah, the word Nast that's used would have been us, the master of the people, that people who have a tendency to what forget and when they forget, whose was was it that makes them forget? shaitan so we seek protection not becoming forgetful. Part of the lesson of this sutra is don't be forgetful. We are asking a lot of the people of remembrance and not people of you

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know, heedlessness. Similarly a lie reminds us why Koran faster is Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. When you recite Quran, seek Allah's refuge because you know what's going to happen? You will pay you will forget what you're reciting. Has that ever happened to you? You're reciting but you have not you're on a different planet already.

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This lot is going on and you're on it you change the channel, you're on a different frequency at that point. You have no idea what's going on. You forgot where you are. People forget what record they're in. What are their

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people get? They forget whenever you recycle and seek Allah's refuge for example, a town called iron festa Villa he managed a turnover gym even in sort of this lesson was mentioned in passing. You know how the servant of musallam forgot. forgot to tell him

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he says Wilma and Sani Who? inlet shaitana and as Cora

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I did no one except shaitan made me forget I forgot to mention it whose fault shavon made me forget shaitaan made me forget, we will come to a narration inshallah tada about this, which is narrated by several several Sahaba, about forgetfulness and the relationship between forgetfulness and the control of shavon. But in childhood when the time comes, but learn from this one of the greatest refuges from the West associaton is the remembrance of Allah. So you have one of two things, forgetfulness, and getting caught with a thought is the same now. And remembering a line being protected from shaitaan is also the same. If the hardest filled with alleged remembrance Satan's got

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no room to get in. When the hardest fill empty from Allah, remember, there's this empty vacancy, there's a big sign out, now we can see available and Shetland goes in. The only way he can go in is when you are not remembering a lot. When you're not. It's very simple image that is going to be painted in this surah. So now we get to the final, the word Melek. inshallah, Tada. Just one thing I want to mention about it. We already talked about the logical progression of it, but the word Moloch actually one of the implications of it is the authority of Allah. While obviously ownership of Allah Malik goes a step further, remember, Rob already included Malik Malik, but it did not include Malik.

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So what was missing in Rob was captured in malloc. And then the combination of the both the only one who can have both at the same time is in a. So the third one is almost a result of the first two desserts of banana and Arabic. It's been explaining the first two with the third I've been asked mullikin as a meaning Illa Hannah's he's the only one who could be goodness me, goodness at the same time. That's Allah subhana wa Tada. Now the word Allah, important considerations about the word love were at the end of this series. So I have to make time for these words, and make sure we have some some lessons from them that are remembered. The word Allah comes from a verb le le IE, a ledger in a

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temple incline towards someone to stick to someone to go toward someone to be constantly obsessed with someone. That's part of the meaning of the law. When the law says he is the only ally is the only one we should be constantly turning to. Then Additionally, the word Illa means the one should be worshipped who should be worshipped and obeyed. This is important. The word Illa includes when you say Mahmoud, a bother includes two things includes worship, and it includes obedience. And these words are not mute. They're not interchangeable in the English language, but they're both embedded inside one word in Arabic inside the word enter a lot of oversimplified translation say there's no

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one worthy of worship except Allah, right? That's common translation, no one worthy of worship except Allah. The problem with that is the word worship does not necessarily in English, include the concept of obedience. Now let's understand this from a Quranic point of view. Then from a linguistic point of actually, like we're not even getting getting into linguistics. Let's just look at the Quranic point of view. One of the things that Allen told his generals, what did he say, Now I'm gonna come in in a hurry when they saw Musa alayhis salaam coming up, and he noticed that his authority over his job

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roles is weakening. He said I don't know any other Illa for you besides myself. When a when a king talks to his generals, is he talking about worship or obedience?

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The primary context is not well, he doesn't need them to make daughter him right now what does he need? He needs their obedience. The word Illa is being used in the context of obedience. Now listen to this one. We mentioned the person who starts worshiping common translation started worshiping their own desires. On our item. Ah, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, let's take a make a simple list of some desires. Somebody has temptations. Somebody has greed. Somebody's being offered a very, very high paying haram job.

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Or around business opportunity

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to people now they have that desire. Do people make like a statue out of money, and then go pray to it and worship it? What do people do with their desires, they obey them. You have a temptation, and you obey, like sprite says, obey your thirst, right? To be the ideas. When you have a temptation, you don't worship it, but you obey the primary, sometimes the one of those shades of meaning takes hold over the other, but at least both are in some respect, they're still present. So now when we use the word Allah for Allah, He is the entity that is to be worshipped, and the entity that has to be obeyed. To put it in practical terms, why these two things are important. We're about to make

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Salah in about 15 minutes. What Is that considered an act of worship, worship, but until from then until fudger.

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We may not be worshiping but we better still be what

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ob between Arthur and Margaret, you're not worshiping necessarily, but you better still be obeying a large religion. And you know, this is why I bother the concept in Islam is so comprehensive when you go Erna Hello, hello, income from your job. It is also considered, we say an act of worship, but it's really an act of obedience. It's really an act of will be it's an act of servitude and slavery to a lust kind of wattana. It's a comprehensive term. So now we've entered ourselves completely into the worship and obedience to Allah by declaring, declaring him in that holiness, one of you know, phosphotyrosine sfcu said and this was repeated by some actually and others also saying that the

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word repetition of the word Naseer, Allah has honored the human being by putting his name next to a last name next to the people's, you know, smelly coolness illness. He's honored the human being by mentioning them so much and he shows it shows his concern for human beings. It shows that he is willing and ready to protect the human being from whatever they asked him for. Now, we get him in shuttling was was in Honduras, the rest the rest, the other half of the surah is what we call a Mr. admin who is saddled with the IV and alostar admin who the one you're seeking protection from. The one you're protecting protection of right so the the of is done, and the firm is coming now. So less

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has been shoveled was worse. And Hannah's the here's the narration I owed, you will call us at mutual aid and even a honeybee Ambassador COVID he sailed in Japan narrates from ignorant bass and was supposed to conduct scholarship on Jassim either called bibliodrama for either Sahaba waffleh waswas. So shaitan plans himself right above the heart of the human being or the son of Adam. And as soon as the human being becomes lackadaisical Saha lacks carolis well how Fila and becomes he'd listened forgets forgetful, was was a he puts in was wasa and then

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for either the Corolla and as soon as he remembers Allah, hi, NASA, he retreats back, he takes a step back.

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So when you remember Allah shun takes a step back, you stop remembering Allah chiffon takes a step forward, and he's never stopping. It's not like he sees an opening and says, Yeah, I'm tired today. I don't want to do what so Saturday I had a long, it's been a long few 1000 years that he doesn't do that. And why he doesn't do that we're gonna learn in this ayah Allah was was

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never takes a break.

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You're gonna take a break from remembering a lot. He will not take a break from making you forget. He is working hard. He is working harder than any of us. So we have to fight back hard. It is not something that comes casually the style from shaytaan. You know, shadow is really good at what he does is really good. You gotta you got to appreciate the hard work he's putting in to throw people into hellfire. It's serious, you know, one of the easiest manifestations of it and I said ego, right. Kibera was his problem. And he wants to instill that into people. And one of the easiest ways to instill that into people is through anger. Anger is a manifestation of what? ego and shaytan is

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very good at making you angry. Have you ever seen a Muslim Muslim brother gets really angry. What are you supposed to remind them of? What Say what? Say, Allah? He

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was really good with this guy. You know what he does? You say to the brother, Hey, brother, just calm down a little bit. What do you think I'm possessed by Satan

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and he gets even more angry.

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gentleman sitting there laughing I got him good. I got him. I even got him to stop saying that a little bit. Let him finish Atlanta, Jim. So,

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you know, so he's good at what he does and we have to be able to and it takes humility, right? It takes humility. Just take a step back and say, You know what? shaitaan is whispering. It's not me it is at least that's whispering to me. I need to text take a step back and humble myself before Allah and realize that anger is something that is befitting to a lion is not befitting to me. It is not something I should be taking on myself. So I should take a step back and say, oh, they've been administrate limnology now, Mammon, koombana hadden, Illa Illa, Kabuki lobby Kareena who the messenger So, let me know if there is any, there is not any one of you, except there is a constant

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partner assigned with him. Constant partner meaning are shaped by assigned with him

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called NTR Rasul Allah, and they said you What about you or messenger of Allah? Kala now, he said, Yes, in the Aloha harmony Allah he follow Moroni Illa beehives, except the differences Allah has aided me against him. And he never tells me to do anything except that it's good.

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So he's been has been made Muslim. So the shaytaan the Corinne actually that's why the word shaitan wasn't used, Corinne was used. The corriendo associate is typically a shaitan. But as a gift to Allah as messenger Allah His Messenger was given help against him and he made him Muslim and now he only tells me two good things.

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Not so with us, though. Not so with us. Now. Another narration This is a very important narration to understand. And there's so many lessons in this one unasyn Dr. Sophie and in Ibiza, Lola, Holly Shannon,

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Hulu Maha Leyland, Leo de la Angelica

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fallopia who Raja Raja Lani middle answer Okay, so the messenger goes in the night, and he's returning his wife, Sophia, the mother of the believers or the llama and her to her home. And on the way in the dark they saw to have the answer.

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So here's the messenger. Here's his wife, Rhonda, and there are two of the answers that are walking by now. The messenger aristata salam tells us what spells to stop, and he tells them to stop. So they stop. And then he says in the house Lafayette when he

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he said this is a fear.

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This is a fear

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and the Sahaba like why are you explaining to us who that is? Right? So the Sahaba say, you know what they say for cola they both said Subhana Allah Rasool Allah. Well, this is how the loss of Allah you don't have to explain to us why would we think that? Why would we think anything wrong? And so the messenger says in a shaitana yejide even mean me Adam Majora Dum shaitan flows in the son of Adam, like the flowing of blood. Well in the Kashi to angiography, kulu Masha, and I feared that he will put he will launch something into your hearts.

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What does that have you teaching us, the messenger is cautious of the wasp associaton, especially for the believers, when it comes to them getting was facade against

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And this is actually something that ties to what we started with this skepticism about the sun

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is was was our shaitan against the messenger is was associaton against the Messenger of Allah so I sent him and people fall victim to it. This was what I was introduced to you this this surah tells us to look out for one person from two sources from what two sources mutagenicity when you have these websites, by evangelical ministers and by atheists and morphett Dean and you know, people who left Islam and things like that, and they will quote all these ahaadeeth Look what your messenger did look what it is in this heavy liquid. He didn't Daddy, how can you believe he's a messenger? What kind of man was he etc, etc, etc, etc, etc. You know, they'll say those things. And the people

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who don't have enough knowledge and they're they don't remember a lot more importantly, they don't remember a lot much and the vacancy is there. They read that garbage and what happens shaitaan pours right in, puts the worst was in and then a man is shattered. The man is gone. The easier attack is not to attack a man in a lie. You know what the easier attack is human and the Messenger of Allah.

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You can attack the man in the messenger very easily. The ego comes in though he's just another human being right? He's a human being. That was the first attack Stefan gave to the kuffar about Sharia law. This man is gonna guide us Come on. He's just like us. They said about

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he goes in the market. He goes shopping to housing a messenger. He goes shopping like we do. I saw him at the grocery store the other day. He's a messenger. You know, Tom, he ate food. What makes him so special? Come on, you really expect me to take authority and this is the root of ego human beings refuse to accept authority of another human being that's just inside our head. When you're in class. You refuse to accept the authority of your teacher and even if you do grudgingly

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sit down fine.

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You can't stand listening to your boss when he comes over and tells you to do something extra you go.

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When he leaves you alone, you're okay.

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My boss is good because he doesn't tell me what to do. As soon as a human being has authority over you, you get irritated. You get pulled over by a cop. He shows you his authority, you get irritated. You have to go before a judge, you get irritated human beings just don't like authority over them. And here you have another human being the Messenger of Allah Subhan Allah where I said, who's been given absolute authority over you, absolute authority. For us, it's even easier because the messenger is manifestos and books. He's Buhari. He is Muslim. He's, you know, Timothy, he's a Buddha. This is the messenger to us. He's Sierra. He's like a costume to us. But to electricity, who

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is he? He's not a book. He's a person standing right next to him. He's his best friend. You know how hard it is to accept your but everything your best friend says no matter what.

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You know how hard that is? And you don't even call him buddy anymore. What do you have to call him know?

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How hard it is for a wife to accept everything that husband says everything he says and not even call him my husband said or my dad said. Or my uncle said? Or my nephew said all of his relationships are changed completely. What do they call him? No. He called us will Allah call Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Fatima doesn't say Carnaby. My father said it Chateau de la hora does not say, you know, Allah zoji. My husband said He never says that. What does she say? Kala Rasulullah. He says they've accepted his authority, which in and of itself is a huge humbling of the ego. accepting a lie is one thing. Accepting the messenger is even further humility, because you have to accept a human beings authority now, who's gonna be telling you what Allah wants from you? Right? And this was what that comes in. In the time where we are living in a time of inflated egos. It's very easy to let that get in the way.

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That's really the psychological origin of I like Brian, but soon I don't know, Ron, from ally can accept that much humility, but humility to a human being to a messenger, I don't know.

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And his job was just to deliver novela You know, he just delivered the core RNA. Everything else about him is his own personal business. I don't have to take that seriously. This is the attitude that is developed. So Allah, you'll find even subconsciously people say, Mother, I heard this this and this is haram. And the chef will say yes, it's Haram. Is that in the Quran?

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They'll say is it in the Quran? You know, what they don't say?

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is in the Quran or the Sunnah.

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If it's not enough,

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then it can't be that hard. Because that's the attitude that's developed so hard to love. This is what's what's our straight line. What big was was our time. And this is against the nobility and the place of the Messenger of Allah. So I saw him and he was afraid that the Sahaba would even get the wrong idea about his character, even though they know him like that. But shaytan is just that powerful. He's just any if he's that powerful against the unsolved, unsolved Medina who see Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam with their eyes, and he can get to them he doesn't he can't get to us. He can't get to us we have to be careful. We have to watch out especially for the things that the

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messenger showed specific concern for we should be we should be going out of our way to be concerned for those things. That is not the the nobility and the honoring of Allah, His Messenger and his place in our Eman in our Akita. You know, you say something inappropriate about a last messenger all of your mind's gone. All of its gone, all of it. So we have to be extra extra careful when it comes to this matter and shallow toggle. We have five minutes for the Salah, so we'll continue and conclude the Duff's on saltiness after the sharp prayer barakallahu li walakum filco Anil Hakeem when I finally what year, it was chemo, Santa Monica de la