Nouman Ali Khan – Ramadan 2016 – Surat al-Baqarah – Day 29

Nouman Ali Khan
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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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the him tava Haruna Allah is me one

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rubbish at least everywhere silly Emily was no Look at me listening only for hamdulillah salat wa salam O Allah, Allah, Allah Allah He was happy he died once again everybody is salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. We are now still dealing with Ayah number 83. Where a large region has taken a covenant from the children of Israel allows it just says what is the husband mitaka Bani Israel when we took the binding covenant contract, you can call it the commandments in the biblical account the 10 commandments I'm sure you've heard the term before that the Buddha in the law you won't be worshipping anyone other than Allah will valid any sudden and with both parents, nothing

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short of excellence developed very best that you can do was ill corba Alia Tama well, Misaki. And to those that possess the most closeness, they'll corba, which can be translated as relatives, but you can also look linguistically, as far as some of our children have and understood from it. People have closeness to you, meaning close friends, associates, people like that people that are close to you in your life, even if they're not relatives that you'll be the best to them that you can be as well, while you uttama while Masaki and then by extension, we talked about orphans yesterday. Well, yeah. Tama, who we didn't talk about is El Misaki. That's the next category. miskeen has come a few

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times before, even for when we saw it, we saw the word Alma scanner, which is from the same origin. It's a combination, sometimes the Arabic language has four letter roots, most of the time Arabic words are three letters, they're based out of three letters. And rarely, they're made out of four letters. musca is actually one of those rare words that is made up of four letters primarily mean seen calf and known. And when that happens, the theory of some people like Elvis, you know, is that it's actually three and then three. In other words, it's meme, scene and calf. That's one word. And then scene calf and noon, second, masaka. And second, those two words fuse together and become

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mosqueda. They actually it's a combination of two words. And if you look at it in that way, then actually from masaka, you get the idea of stopping. And from second, you get the idea of staying in one place. And if you combine those two ideas, that's where you get the, you know, the sense of a miskeen is not just a poor person, but someone stuck in a situation, someone who lost a job and now can't get another job, someone who lost their health, and now they're in a state where they can't, can no longer perform the functions they used to perform before. It's like a taxi driver whose eyesight has gone so bad, he can't drive anymore, he's stuck. You know, there's not he can't do

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anything about that. This is a miskeen and allows the will is describing now, you know that you're going to be the rest of the orphans and LMS hacking, and almost hacky, maybe people that like me, I tried to allude to yesterday, you can't know these people until you congregate and meet with each other. But the miskeen is even more complicated scenario because they may not even be able to leave home. They may not even be able to come like you're coming to the machine to you know, just say Salaam get to know people, etc. But my Sakina the kind of people that may not even have that luxury, they can't even come to to see you there. So you're gonna have to find them out. So there's a kind

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of diligence involved on behalf of a

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immunity just taking care of your neighbors, checking on people. And if everybody was actually aware of who their neighbors are, and what's going on with them, at least just a little bit of you know, an acquaintance, then they will know who the Masaki are. The other interesting thing here and the language that was given to him, yes, they were among themselves. But Allah azza wa jal did not add min comb. He didn't say, take care of the close relatives, orphans, needy, you know, people stuck in a bad situation who belong within you. He basically opened it up to this is anybody who's an orphan, anybody who's you know, needy, and this is the same thing Allah does for the Muslims in Sultan Nyssa

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and other places. He Allah azza wa jal describes these people, people of need, regardless of their religion. So you know, in our mind, sometimes we say, Well, if you're going to help help a Muslim, know if you're going to help help someone in need, actually, the earliest revelations of the Quran spoke on behalf of people that were being oppressed, like a Latina, elected to Allah nesea cell phone with a Luma was an army of Syrian people that are being cheated in the market by business people. They're being shortchanged, they pay $10, they're only getting $9 worth of groceries. So they're being cheated. Allah spoke on behalf of the people being cheated, they weren't Muslim. But

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Aliceville sales spoke on their behalf. When Allah spoke about the baby girl that's being buried alive by a Zambian cootie. Let, or when I

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will miskeen you know, he doesn't even encourage the feeding of the of the poor, or your daughter, your team, he pushes the orphan around when the Quran was criticizing the people of Makkah for oppressing people, it wasn't saying a yachtie Muslim, and a mosquito Muslim, he's just saying earlier, Team miskeen. He's actually criticizing people being being bothered people being oppressed people being overlooked. And that's a responsibility, the OH MY has, like, it's not their problem. And like, when we think of the people that deserve our sadaqa, our charity, our goodness, you know, there'll be almost the Christians around us, the Jews around us, the non Muslims, the Hindus around

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us are invisible to us. They shouldn't be, there's no reason they should be, as a matter of fact, so long as they're close to you, and if you look at the word of the Lakota is proximity, people in your neighborhood, people that you know, they deserve goodness from you. And they should be in, you know, part of the list of people that you take into consideration. But then when as the IR moves forward, it gives us a very simple statement. But a very difficult statement to he says, Well, kulula nasci hustlin

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he says and say, it has layers of meaning here, one of the base meanings, easiest meaning to understand, say good things to people say good things to people, it sounds really simple. But it's really hard. And that's the first meaning is to say good enough to all people. But the word lamb like kalu, little hockey llama home.

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And alarm with call can also mean about doesn't just mean too It also means about so say good things to people and say good things about people.

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Now, when you're saying good things to people, they're in your face. Hey, how are you? How's it going? Good. Glad to see you. But then they leave and then you start talking against them. I hate that guy. You were just smiling at him Salaam how's your Ramadan going? As soon as he turns around, you're just you know, and the same thing with even non Muslims. Hey, Frank, good to see you at the office. And the turnout is good for you know, like

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kulula NASA has done talk nicely to people talk in a beautiful way to people and talk in a beautiful way about people. That's the two things so far, then the word hostname could be a math role be and it could also be a hand if it's enough Ruby, you say? What should you say to people good things of all the things you could say talk to people say good things about if you don't have something good to say don't say anything. If you don't have something good to say about someone don't say anything. But on the other hand, if it's looked at us, hi, say good things, but say them in a nice way that the idea of * is not just what you do, but how you do it. The way you speak. You know, it's very

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easy to say something good but not say it in a good way. That's very easy to do. I've given you silly examples of that before like a horrible way of saying a Salaam Aleykum Selam Aleykum I guess that it's a good thing to say but you didn't see it in a good way. hostname is both in the fruit VI and a Heil capturing both ideas, say good things to people and say that see them beautifully. See them well because you know, you can actually say good things sarcastically also Oh, thanks a lot.

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It's not thanks. You know, oh, really appreciate it. JazakAllah halen

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it's not like a lot. You know, that's one side of Houston but not the other side of it.

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It's a very powerful, comprehensive statement. But what is it doing here and hopefully I'll be able to illustrate to you in the sequence of the Iraq that are coming. how this plays such an such a vital role. We're just coming out of a story with the Israelites having killed one of their own.

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You know, and we live in a day and age where we have not just seen the murder of individuals, we've seen the murder of 1000s Wars breaking out, and enormous amounts of hate. Just in this month of Ramadan, you may have followed the news, how many hate crimes have been committed against Muslims across the country, there's a flurry of them, you know, people and I urge all of you to be careful and your families to be careful as well. People just being attacked on their way to the machine. And the police are still not sure after hearing this guy, say you Muslim, none of that I hit the guy in front of we're not sure if it's a hate crime.

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You're you're not sure if it's a hate crime.

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You're the same police who is pretty sure that that 10 year old or 12 year old African American boy playing in the playground is carrying a machine gun to open fire on him. And they're not sure this is a hate crime, the double standards, you know, when they when it comes to pulling the trigger, and when it comes to, you know, showing some some level of justice, so panela. But regardless, this is a time where a lot of hatred has been brewed, and people are now taking matters in their own hand. But you know, both ways, whether Muslims commit acts of aggression, or non Muslims commit acts of aggression, you know what the root of it is, right? words, rhetoric, propaganda,

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spreading hatred about people saying bad things to people and saying bad things about people will eventually take the most emotionally unstable within society and get them to do crazy things. It all begins with words when you when you're able to apply a poorly nasty hostname, then you save the world a lot of trouble is that a small principle speak nicely to people speak nicely about people and speak in a way that is kind that is beautiful. It's not a small principle. But let's look within ourselves. Let's look at the mirror because it's hard to look at the mirror.

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We ourselves, the Muslim community, just like the Israelites, they were and by the way, some say this was their leaders being told their leaders were being told in other words there of that time, their Imams, when they were taken up to the mountain, they were being told, speak nicely to people and about people. Why? Because when people are in a position of leadership, they're in a position of influence. And they can actually influence you to hate bunch a bunch of people or love a bunch of people, or to further your antagonism towards a bunch of people. When you use this platform to spread rumors about people to spread. You know, these people, they're not even true Muslims, they

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don't even follow the right way of Islam. They're actually machinic. As far as we're concerned, they're careful, they're munaf. If they're deviant, they spread poison about another group of people, what happens to a large population, they start developing Muslims start developing hatred among each other. Because I listened to this gang and you listen to that gang. And this gang mentality is formed within the oma within religious circles, within religious circles, so much, you know, poison being said about each other people now now we've come to a point where people are walking into a machine. And if you're a regular at a machine, first you kind of take a quick look

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and see if he belongs within your, you know, within the rightly guided, or is he one of the 72 that's gonna burn in *. And you can check that by the clothes he's wearing, or the length of the beard or, you know, you might be able to tell by the way he raised his hands and made technora this one's going to *, it's a lot didn't even count whether or not he's got leather socks on or not how high his pants are, you know, use sculpt, sculpt them out. And this poor guy needs help. This kind of this kind of judgmental behavior, it's even become subconscious has become subconscious. It's so disgusting. You know. And this all starts with what kulula nasci was done. And it's about

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people in general, give people the benefit of the doubt and say kind things about people. And if you understand that as a principle that was given to the Israelites, and by extension is now because it's being mentioned in Quran. Allah does not mention things about previous nations in the Quran, unless they are a value to us also.

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Allah is not interested in just telling us history and so that was for them. We don't have to do that NASA has done this is for bunnies Rai genius. This Quran is hidden limit 13 this is not a book that is studied. And

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it's not a history book. Oh, interesting facts about the Jews. Interesting Facts About the Christians. No, there is about you and I and what we're supposed to live up to now. That's what we're being told. So alone took this contract from them. And as a result, we have to now uphold speaking to people in a way that is right. Now notice what he says next, he says what a Pima salado musica established the prayer and give us the fundamentals of Sharia that are now that were maintained by

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were given to Musa and Islam. And now the task of them the confirmation of them is done in the shady argument to Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam what was interrupt is now in Quran, okay, masala to Zika This is not a new thing that they always had it the karma of salah and the giving of Zika. Now if that's the case, why is it second? Where does the conversation begin worship only Allah,

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take care of your parents take care of close relatives be the best you can be the close relatives, to orphans, and then close, you know, and then on top of that Masaki people who can't help themselves. And then when it comes to speaking, make sure you speak to people and about people nicely and in a nice way. Oh, and by the way, also established the line give us a call.

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When you think about being religious today, somebody thinks about being religious. The first thing is fixture, Salah, everything else will come.

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Allah says yes, worship to a lie is critical. But when you truly truly become an act of a law, it shows it reflects in how you deal with people starting with the people closest around you. And then that circle enhances and enhances and it certainly manifests in the way you talk to people. I see another wisdom here. Allahu taala alum that when you learn to talk to people and talk about people in a nice way, where do you establish the law?

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Where's the law? stablished and then I said, if you haven't developed the habit of talking nicely about or to people, and you come and pray, what do you create in the masjid you create fitna you create opposing board members, elections committees, fights, accusations, slander, nasty emails, this is what you create you create email chains about this one is that we need to fire the mom or do this with that board member or this or that oh my god, all of it because you don't know how to speak. So that actually precedes it. Before you come in establish the law fix the way you talk to and about people. Well, Kimo salata, Otto saga, so matawa later on,

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even after all of that you turned away, you turned your backs, well into a luckily lemon come, except very, very few among you. Alive, still not willing to say that all of you became this way. But Allah is giving a history lesson now about the Israelites, most of them turned most of you turned away. And then very few among you what until more alone. And this last part some has looked at us Hi, I actually like to look at this as estate enough hi means you turned away while the majority of you were ignoring it, ignoring these instructions. But I like to think that this is a transition over to the people of Medina, the covenant was taken back in the day. But by the end of

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this ayah by saying most of you turned away, or you turned away except very few of you and you the Jews that are in front of the prophet in Medina, most of you are ignoring it still. You are ignoring it still. So it's actually a commentary not just on history, but on current events as they are taking place in the city of Medina. Where is the husband Amita Coco, let us speak una de Morocco. When we took the contract from you when we took the agreement from you that when we issued the commandments to you, that you won't be spilling your blood. Now listen, the 10 commandments as the Bible has it now as the Jews had it, the summary of it is you should you know you shall have no

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other gods before me. You shall not make idols You shall not make take the name of the Lord in vain. That's why actually for a lot of traditional Orthodox Jewish factions and schools of thought they can't even pronounce the name of God only the high priest in the temple and inside the temple can pronounce his name. It's commonly you may have heard the word yawei or it's you know why the hw but it's nobody knows how to pronounce it because the temple was destroyed and the high priest was killed etc. So they just have those symbols but they say you shouldn't even say his name. Look at what how this equation has been flipped. You have an RD in what's called a Lucha Castilian. Now

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locum deafly hoan keep mentioning a lot a lot. Everything you say has the word align and stuff it'll last upon Allah Masha Allah in Sha la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, everybody. Everybody here knows this stuff. Whether you know Arabic or not the word Allah makes its way into everything you say. And they had flipped this equation, even the word of life so sacred that can't even use it. Actually, the original intent was, you won't say it in a blasphemous way. You won't say things like in the law. You don't want to Alinea allies bankrupt, we are the ones that are rich. You know, you won't speak of a line this way. But they you know, they turned it into you

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can't even pronounce God's name. You know it completely not the intent of the text. But anyway, you know, you'll remember the Sabbath, and we learned about the Sabbath that's mentioned. And also, you'll Honor your father and your mother. We just saw what Bill Wiley Dini, son, and so we have that in there too. You shall not murder. And then he says, You shall not commit adultery, you shall not steal. You should not bear false witness against your neighbor, and you shall not covet and then covet your neighbor's wife. There's a number of COVID meaning you're not you're not going to pursue the rights of your neighbor. You're not going to seize and wrong your neighbor

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Commit Zina with the neighbor's wife, etc, etc. Those are the additional commandments that were given to them. But alliander Koran highlights a number of them a key number of them. He we've already seen not worshiping anyone other than a lie and goodness to parents. But now he's highlighting something about the infighting of the Israelites as a religious community. They were supposed to be models of how people live in harmony under God. You know, the more because when you're when your heart is at peace with the one who made you, you should be a vessel of peace for everybody around you. Like now you're calm down, you're you're, you're settled. And you have Tama,

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Nina, you have you know, this tranquility and then everybody around you experiences it. This is why Allah says in the Quran will fire you for the tiny Haku bill. I'm in contempt Allah Allah Zina Amano. Well, amela sumana homie Coleman, which of the two groups do you think deserves peace, more safety, security more? If you don't know, if in fact, you know, it's those who believe because once you believe the tranquility descends from a lie in your heart, and as a result, you become a tranquil person to the people around you. You know, when you're disturbed you create disturbance. When you're at peace, you resonate, peace, it vibrates out of you. That's the vibe people get around

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you. So Allah says here to them, when we took the covenant from you that that's una de la acoem. You're not going to be spilling your blood. That's interesting language, you won't be spilling your own blood. Who spells their own blood? Is this saying you're not going to commit suicide? No, actually, this is the correns way unique expression. Your own self is used a number of times in the Quran. We saw it already fucked through and forsaken. which didn't mean kill yourself, man. Kill your own people. Kill your own people. Here let us speak una de Morocco means don't spill your own people's blood.

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Don't spill the blood of your own your brethren. You know your fellow children of Israel, your brothers in faith. Don't kill them. solimo Allah on fujichrome Quran says when you go to people's homes, literally the expression so awesome. He says, say salam, extend peace, extend the greeting of peace to yourselves. Wait, you didn't extend it to yourself, you extended it to someone else. But this is the Quran is a beautiful way of saying that a faith community, a community of people that believe they should actually see everyone as they see themselves. hurting someone else to them should be no different than them seeing them. They're actually hurting themselves. That's how they

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should they should see it. This is why even when you do slander, when you accuse somebody and you tarnish somebody's dignity, what does the law say? You know, Lola Lola

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may not be an museum hero.

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How can believing men and believing women didn't have a better opinion about their own selves.

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They have a perfectly fine opinion of themselves. They were slandering somebody else. But Allah says no, actually when you slander and tarnish the dignity of a fellow believer, that is actually you tarnishing yourself, hurting yourself. When you're fighting, even when if the unfortunate case of Muslims fighting each other. Allah azza wa jal did not say Takata Lu, fight to fight one another. He said that Allah to fight oneself, when believers are fighting themselves, which sounds absurd, but that's actually the point the Messenger of Allah even brings across a lot more on this item. When he describes this oma cat just said, the entire believing community is like a single body.

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You it's absurd for one of my hands to slice off the other hand, it doesn't make any sense. So when believers fight each other, that's the insanity of someone killing their own cells. And that's why this expression is so powerful, you won't spill your own blood. Meaning the blood of a fellow believer is no different from your own blood, you should think of it like yourself. This is why murottal Muslim right the Muslim is the mirror of another Muslim law to three June and June and four sacrament Dr. Eco, and you're not going to expel your own selves, meaning your own people from your your homes. It's like kicking them out of you know, your own homes, these are your homes altogether.

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You should think of their property. And you should want to be predictive of their property just like you would have your own. This is a very simple contract, you won't you won't kill a cartoon. And all of you back then when the covenant was taken, all of you had agreed. And then the last which is the equation again and turns to the Israelites of Medina and says what anthem, the shadows and you people are also witness that that that covenant had taken place. In other words, allies talking about to communities, he's talking about the Israelites under the leadership of Musa alayhis salam under the leadership of Moses 1000s of years ago by the mountain where they are receiving these

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commandments. And then he's talking about the faction of Jews that live in the city of Medina who are in the company of the prophets. I saw them and alleged reminding them you are an extension of those people and you also bear witness that that contract was taken, don't you? What am I doing? And so when Allah azza wa jal says, This is

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minashi Rahim Allah the genius of Emelianenko Houthi been Hina newzoo. Quran who will mock soon? I mean having him over. The actual addresses of these ayat are not the historical Jews. They're the ones of Medina. They're the ones who went from Medina now. So you're still bearing witness. What comment is Allah make now about the people of Medina, the rest of these ions, I find it more compelling. So I'll share what I find more compelling of what I've read is that they are referring to the Jews and the Jewish community of the city of Medina, Soma And somehow, then you people, you are the very same, aren't you? How LA is not normally used like this? Well, how do I stay Marlin

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Albion justice, Ohio, Alabama committed job mean Harlan Martin. I mean, hello, Mohatta? In other words, you know, in Are you that same one? You don't normally say that, you know, like normal? Normally, nobody else has an ironic I am that one. But actually, the closer thing in English, the sense of it in English is I am the one that we're talking about.

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That's another trick. I am the one that we're talking about.

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So much. Until then you people who love you are the very same that that we're witnessing. Now we're witness to the fact that you don't kill your own brother. And what have you done. Dr. Luna and full circle, you kill your own people

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use the same ones that testified what to do whenever you come in Come in the area. And you take a ferry a broken off group among you and expel them from their homes. Notice the word Felipe here a lot this describes their process. First, you describe an element from within the community, all of the Israelites of the time we consider the Muslims of that time. So they're all Muslim. First, they demonize one group among them and say these people are not even a part of our mother filled car. They are very, they don't belong with us. And you create enough hatred towards them, that the rest of the people will start thinking they're nothing but caffeine. And once they're nothing but

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caffeine, it's okay to kill them or kick them out of their homes. That's no problem. So you kicked them out of their homes de la Haruna la him bill, if people are the one, you so easily transgress against them with sin and animosity. You do this egregious penalty against Allah, that's the FM and then the other one is and you you have now seen them as your own enemy. You have no mercy towards these people want to come to Sarah to find a home. And when they come to you as slaves, then you want to pay the ransom and free them. This seems contradictory. We're first these a group of people that are trying to kill some people. And then they're so bad towards them. They're even willing to

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kick them out of their home and show the worst animosity and do all kinds of things. It's all okay. Nothing is haram to do to these people. We can do our way with them, because they're all you know, from the devil anyway. And then after you do all of that, and you see them as refugees, you see them as you know, people that have been taken prisoner, and they come to you in the state of being imprisoned, then you have fundraisers to try to rescue them and pay for them and humanitarian crisis. That's what you do next to fight Oh, well, who am Oh Ha Rahman, la cucaracha, whom and it was explicitly forbidden upon you to kick them out in the first place.

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Now, I won't go for the rest of the ayah yet, we have to stop here and really just kind of understand what is going on here. And this is what what is this talking about? I'll read to you the commentary. Have you been assured and translated and explain it along the way? When other What seems to be the most obvious, and then Masuda Yahoo do calleva wannabe what kind of car that this the intent here is actually the Jewish tribes in Medina of Corrado bonagura who leave and pinaka What are other means alika Bihar Sati Maha Sabina home via Kuru Brasil Karima. Bina OC one has Raj and this is actually referring to incidents that took place called the the Wars of brass that's the name

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of them, that took place between the tribes of owls and husbands or sons has always been the dominant tribes of Medina before the Prophet move there.

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Now was alika anahola. mata katella also has right so Olson has Raj these two tribes used to fight each other all the time. Okay. They before the Prophet came there, even Medina had an internal problems. So they used to fight each other all the time. And it doesn't matter. Yeah, who do alpha dakini

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dominant Pavillon.

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For a long time the Jews had actually separated themselves from both tribes when Osama nobuna FISA, Al Qaeda and aos so the two tribes that fight in Medina O's end has Raj and the Jews are keeping a distance. They're like, we don't want nothing to do with this. So they're staying away. I was used to be the one that used to lose most of the time. For who else? and Yahoo, Julius, Malema hyla t kurita wannabe, so I was terrified. Maybe if we had more allies, we could be cousins. So we'll go to the Jewish tribes and take a pledge of allegiance from them.

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oath from them and they'll jump in with us and we'll band our forces together and then take on hostage for llama animal has allege the word adulthood in Fallujah Lika fekola. Home and when when husband found out that the author thinking about making these treaties with the Jewish communities, hustlers came to us. Well casado came to both of those tribes and said in Fallujah Alec falola home if you were to do this, here's what we say to them. In LA no Holly follows Rolando Haile Fukumoto la Galleria hood raha in Urbana Holloman That's crazy. So So has Raj went and said you can't make treaties with us. And they got scared, it's a fine We won't make any treaties with you. And you

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won't make any treaties with them. We don't want to get involved. So then hustlers because they're a powerful tribe. They said we want to guarantee give us 40 of your boys 40 of the young boys let us hold them hostage. Because if you try to break your treaty will kill these boys. So 40 of these kids from the Jewish tribes were taken from from both 40 altogether from the leader bernadina been

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called Eva okay.

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Mineral Manuka when does it sell for Sally moolah home so they gave them up? They gave those boys up. So my inner man and bayada hazaragi Atma como de correo de Hosni or the him and

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then one of the leaders of Hasidic said, Now we have these boys, which are kind of hostage. Now we have leverage against these guys. Why don't we ask them for their land?

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Why don't we just take over?

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And so they went back and said, Listen, we want your land and your homes. And if not, we'll kill these boys.

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That was the deal made. And so when they struck this deal elaborado monilinia kulula home, Emma and culinaria calm. We're in Nakula raha in either you leave your home so we kill these these boys that are being held hostage for hace el como la in him was the Shadow Cabinet crusade and karate. So the nation was the two tribes were scared that their children would be killed. So they sought the counsel of a man named Gavin Sal Cody, and this guy gave the most epic advice stupid. Yeah, go in narrow the article. People don't let them take your homes while Hulu yocto Well, man, and let them kill the boys. From out here in LA LA LA Cebu hydrocone Hi, Marotta Whoa, hotter, hotter youlet

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there's no big deal you just have to spend another night with your wife she'll get pregnant you'll have another kid.

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Land was far more important. And insight into the cyclist six psyche, the value of human life as opposed to the value of one. And

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and they actually follow along for llama Java kurita wannabe ron ron.

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Dr. Oh,

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man, so satella home family family gotta leave the highlife at Colorado when the real man owes. And so he killed the boys. And that's when the Jewish tribes actually sided with us because houselogic had killed their boys and decided. And then for facade, hustlers v mohalla, fatty by new konica Minolta hood. And then hustler said, Fine, you get these two Jewish tribes. I'll go side with the other Jewish tribe with no kind of car and they kept having infighting for five years before the provinces that I'm at come to Medina. So some Jewish tribes were aligned with us. The other Jewish tribes were aligned with his Raj. And they would fight each other and kill each other all the time.

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And then sometimes they would actually see that the other like, you know, they're not it's a Think of it this way. It's imagine like, you know, the US and the Russians are at war. And some allies of the US are Muslim, and some allies of the Russians are Muslim. But when they see Muslims being taken prisoner from the other side, they say we should set them free. There are Muslim brothers. You're allied, and you're fighting them. And as a result, they've been imprisoned and impoverished. And now you're having fundraisers for them. Yeah, I know. But we still are still our Muslim Brothers,

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which is still you know, help them out. And so what they used to do is when he had to go Masato home, this was happening in Medina and when they used to come to you as prisoners, from the wrongs from the wrong ally, you would give the ransom and freedom.

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Well, who am Ohara Monaco Mahajan, when it was haram on you to join the enemy and kill them the first in the first place to be in bed with their enemy in the first place. And the Quraysh used to actually

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make a photocopy to the home so much of doumbia Monaco,

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the rest of the urgency, you guys don't understand loyalty. They're not even Muslim. The Arabs are just tribal people, they understand loyalty. They're like, we don't get it. You guys kill your own and then you free them, which is it? I understand that your enemies now just stay enemies. But why are you helping them out later to? We don't understand this hypocrisy. Now let's take a step back. This is about the contemporary kind of schizophrenia that this community was facing because of their political conflicts.

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Back then in the prophets time, we of course the Muslims of today have no such problems. So

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where we never, ever actually spread any hateful speech about any other group of Muslims, we never declare any other group Caliphate or deviant or we're never okay with the spilling of the blood of someone who sees Islam differently than we do. We would never do that. We will never actually be okay, where we will be only that one time we'd only be offended if people from our school of thought and our version of Islam. If they're oppressed, this is an oppression against Islam. But when somebody else's school of thought, and their people are being killed and slaughtered and kicked out of their homes, that's okay. They deserve it. They're healthy. And anyway, do you know what to say

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about you know, the Quran? Do you know what to say about the prophets? Isaiah? Do you know what they do with Hadith? Do you know what to do with the Sahaba? Do you know what to do with this? justify? Okay? They're not human, obviously, they're very, they're deviant. They deserve to die.

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We would never do that.

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We are a disgusting example of what happened with the Israelites, I'm sorry to say it hurts. It hurts.

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This differences of opinion will always exist.

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There will be strong differences of opinion.

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There are people who I read I study for example, when I'm studying to see

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I study when I study grammar and the language of an IRA I'm studying the machinery. The machete is a very famous matassini as CATIA is a mortise, etc. And the matassa lights, they call them in English literature. A lot of their views are not mainstream views of Islam. They're not, I don't accept them. But this scholar is a gold standard of linguistic analysis of the Quran. People that came afterwards after him and bashed him and cursed him and called warn people against him still took his grammatical analysis, and didn't even give credit. But, you know, copy the entire paragraph line by line.

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And you're reading to see from three centuries later, and the entire passage is coded. And then he's doing a, you know, an entire knuckle of, of Zakaria and you're like, dude, homeboy didn't at least give credit. You didn't even put it in quotes, you made it sound like you wrote it.

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Very cool.

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And you know, what differences of opinion can be very strong sometimes. There are people I don't agree with, I completely disagree with. There are people today that believe that there's a prophet after Rasulullah Mandala? I will never accept that. I don't think that's Islam at all. But to me, does that mean that it's okay to kill these people or to call them shape? Or to? What are you talking about? Where did you get that from?

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Are we not capable of civil, calm disagreement? And to be able to present our evidences and say, Here's why I think your position is incorrect. These are the evidences of which I am convinced.

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You can bring forth your evidences and at the end of the day, you'll have to decide for yourself and I'll have to decide for myself, do I have to call for your killing? Do I have to call for you to be demonized and turned into a devil? Think about what the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam. And we By the way, most of the time we disagree on little things. We disagree on little things. Yes, some things are big, but mostly in the grand scheme of things that are little.

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And as opposed to that our disagreement, for example, with the people of the Christian faith, our theological differences with our Christian brothers and sisters are much bigger than any Muslims within themselves. These are people, a huge denomination of them believes Jesus is the Son of God. Here you have a faith Islam that says God has no son, no father, absolutely not. Jesus is a messenger of God in the miracle of God, and a manifestation of his word, but not the Son of God. You couldn't be further apart and that that humanity has or those who believe their sins have been paid for with the blood of Jesus. And we say no sins can only be paid for by your own deeds. And on top

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of that, God's forgiveness above and beyond anything else, but not by the blood of another person. where there were human beings are born into sin. We say no, all human beings are born naturally on goodness, there, we're predisposed to be good. And we're not paying for the sins of our father. That is not the case of humanity. We couldn't be more different. And yet, when the Christians, a group of them heard that a man named Muhammad claims to be a prophet, and they wanted to come visit him, and they came from Nigeria, and he came to visit him spent a few days with him. The Prophet size alone says there were no hotels back then they say there's a Holiday Inn over there, you could stay there.

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They stayed in the mustard of the Prophet size.

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And these were priests. These were high priests. They prayed to Jesus in the mosque. The entire time they were there. They engaged in their acts of worship in the mosque. And this line that Allah always drew but Muslim somehow forgot because the Israelites have forgotten and we follow them.

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into those footsteps. We have forgotten. What is that line? When somebody says something blasphemous. Christian say God has a son. Is that something that angers a lie in the Quran? Absolutely. Absolutely. We'll call Tara Manuel, Odin locker room Shay and ebden.

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They said, a man has taken a son. You've said a monstrous thing. Allah says he doesn't take it lightly. He talks about the entire heavens ripping open because of what you say. Anytime someone says God has a son, according to the Quran, the heavens are about to rip open from the blasphemy of the statement. That's how angry God gets. And that same God, but that's, by the way, that's a monkey Sula. So it's Marian Tamaki surah. It's already been revealed how angry Allah is at that statement, and the prophets iserlohn already knows how angry Allah gets at that statement. And knowing that he invites these Christians were

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International, and they pray to Jesus inside the machine.

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And it's fine. Why? Why is that? Fine? I'm going to give you a silly example. So you don't forget why it's fine. I'm a father of seven children.

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I'm upset. Imagine I'm upset at one of my daughters, the eldest daughter,

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and I'm telling you, you told me you'll finish your homework by four you haven't even started?

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What's wrong with you?

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And my youngest daughter, Eamon comes along next to me and says, Yeah, what's wrong with you?

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All of a sudden, I am no longer upset with Muslim. Who am I upset with? Who are you?

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Did my anger somehow give you license to be angry? Excuse me? Are you the parent all of a sudden, know your place child.

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You don't get to be angry on behalf of me.

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Just because I'm upset, you don't have the authority. You don't have the place. A large angry at someone?

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And what do we do when we read Quran? Allah is angry at someone? What position do we assume?

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we're mad to

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excuse me, he is a lie. He can be angry at whoever he wants. You, on the other hand, are a slave remain a slave.

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You have to know your place.

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This is what the Sierra itself teaches us of our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And so when religious texts are taken, to show how angry God is at some people, and then to use that to create hatred and anger towards those people, people don't even realize these themselves are engaged in an act of blasphemy. They are being they are taking something, the love of Allah, that is only if it's only appropriate for him. It's not becoming of us. And we assume it for ourselves. We take the license ourselves. This is the ultimate crime. And so you transgress against them. First, you make them into a deviant faction demonize them, turn them into a devil. Look, I can disagree. We can

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totally disagree. I'm friends with rabbis. I disagree. I couldn't disagree with them more. I have a few pastors that are my friends. We are completely in disagreement on most things. But it's still cool, we can eat pizza together, it's fine. We can talk. It's not a problem. And it's not like I believe in what I believe any less. Or they believe in what they believe any less. But we can still be civil and harmonious towards one another. We can still do that. You know, we don't have to turn everything into a life and death thing. You know, they don't and I've asked some of them flat out. So do you believe because I'm Muslim? Do you believe that I'm not going to make it to heaven?

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And to see I do believe that.

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I believe you're not going to make it happen.

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I still like you though.

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like okay, but I respect your honesty. And just because and then those Tell me flat out but but heaven and * for God to decide we're here right now.

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Let's just leave that to God. That's fine.

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We can forget doing that with non Muslims. We can even do that with Muslims.

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This is what the Israelites were being told. You kill each other. You create rhetoric that creates hate, and that hate then boils over. And then when it boils over enough, it turns into civil war and murder and pillaging and genocide. How many Muslims have been killed at the hands of other Muslims in just the last century, just the last century. And how much of that has to do with the hate that was taught from the member?

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How much of it

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these people have blood on their hands, blood on their hands,

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both sides either, whether however many groups there are. It's ridiculous.

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This happens in Pakistan. This happens in the Arab world in the in Bangladesh and all over the Muslim

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The world this kind of ignorance. This is what a lot left behind this is the dean that's supposed to be a model for humanity, shame on us.

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Allah says what he knows. And then we have, you know, relief organizations, poor organizations come forward. They are refugees here, they're refugees, they're there, there's crisis here. There's your orphans, here, who made those orphans.

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Who made those orphans, the vast majority of the time, it's Muslims who made those orphans, Muslims who created those refugees, and we collectively have this hypocrisy within us.

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And if you're not the one who pulled the trigger, fine. But if you're the one who ran your mouth, and are part of perpetuating that hatred, then you're part of the same filthy machine,

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you're part of the same kulula NASA has none came first, then the art of not spilling blood came. Because when you don't wash your mouth, the next thing that happens is blood is spilled. When you let Trump run his mouth the way he does, then you get these kinds of incidents.

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When you allow this kind of hateful rhetoric to spread, then eventually psychosis takes over. And that even happens within the Muslim community. So if you and I are, are, you know, infected with this kind of rhetoric, this kind of talk about other Muslims about other schools of thought

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about other moms, groups, communities, countries, nations, if that's what we've become, Allah help us and we're as much a criminal you think that their deviation makes them a criminal, you spelling spelling this kind of and, and spreading this kind of foul, poisonous hatred is is just as bad, if not worse, if not worse. And what does Allah call all of this? If I took me know Nabil babbling kitabi, wakfu, nahi bow, you believe in some parts of the book and deny other parts of the book. Other but what what is that doing here? I thought this was about brotherhood. And because all the IR you can use to spread hate, you will quote and the rest of the ayah that will balance the equation

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you will skip.

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You can actually take selective quotes and pile them together and give a very powerful hotbar. All of it is made up of I art and a hadith. And the conclusion of it is you have to hate this group of people.

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You have to hate them. Well, how could Why couldn't you? Why wouldn't you? And all of the Hadith all of the all of the historical evidences that will counter that claim you'll just conveniently skip.

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If that's not Cofer of some parts of the IRT what else is it? Now you have people that are so insane, that if you counter their argument and you say you are quoting this from the Quran, but you're not looking at it in this context, what about this ayah and this i and this ayah they'll say, No, no, all these art are men so they don't even count. They're abrogated, cancelled nullified. Mashallah, where did you get your nullification license?

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That you just opened the Quran and anything that doesn't agree with your sick theory, you get to cross off from the book of Allah calling something mansukh is a small matter it's a joke. You get to say that a lot words don't apply.

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You know, the the, the the amount of like Georgia the amount of like, really bravery. I don't even know what to call it. How Daring Do you have to be to speak hold on to your opinion, and you're willing to put down the word of Allah and say No, that doesn't apply. My theory does.

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Wow. If I took me noon to be bothered Kitab otaku Nabila people when they spill, especially when it comes to spilling the blood of fellow Muslims will be noticed the theory that is being explained in the Quran. It applies 100% of the time, they will be selective in what they quote from the religion Absolutely. There'll be parts of the religion they just don't want to talk about. They won't even quote it. And if you do quote it to them they'll say it doesn't apply

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the Quran about

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what happens to people when they fall sick of this kind of disease well within an oma what happens to this oma for managers are all many of allodynia Come in Come in his own Phil Hyatt, Antonia.

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What would be the payback of anyone who does that among you, except hazy humiliation? What coffee bellybutton was, Sheldon was shot in the lobby Danny kohana. That's the meaning of hazy. hazy means someone who falls into degradation and evil and gets known for it, his reputation becomes ruined. He's humiliated wherever he turns the oma will be a source of will be an object of ridicule and humiliation. everywhere they go the word Muslim will become a dirty word. It will become a curse. That's what happens to people within this own mother do this they spread this this hizzy has a Rajan has a rajala Sasa who aka hero has as a verb also means that people that are taken over and overcome

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by other people. What should be your payback other than other people will always overcome you

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They will always rule over you, they'll always govern over you, they'll always invade you. If not politically, they'll invade you culturally, they'll invade you emotionally. You know, you won't feel like a civilized human being unless you dress like them and talk like them, you will have no self integrity left. This is crazy.

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And huka for knifes, and hamata was sovereign Allah, you know, more than half. And then he also means bad things keep happening to you, and you can even respond.

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That's part of the meaning of crazy.

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That stuff happens to you all the time. And you just, I don't know what to say. I don't know what to say. And you just keep getting how much more alive can desire become in his youthful hieratic? dunya? Well, yo malkia mature aduna illa de la de. And if that wasn't enough, then on the Day of Resurrection, they will be rejected and thrown back to the most intense the worst of all punishment. Well, my law he'll be lawful in our matamanoa. And allies, not at all unaware of what you're up to. This, incredibly, was a criticism of the Jewish community of Medina.

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They were killing each other and made a lesson angry. They weren't even Muslim. They weren't even Muslim at the time. They weren't even accepting the province, and the lowest so angry at them for violating the word that they had with them that are odd. And why is that even criticizing them? For shortchanging the Quran? Allah is telling them they're not even living up to thought that they have that's been distorted after the distortion, it's still there, that you shall not kill and look at you killing each other for political reasons. For you know, nationalistic reasons, for economic reasons. Because of your insane rhetoric, you know, the hatred that you've spilled among each other.

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This is what made a lot so angry at them. Can you imagine they have bits and pieces of the revelation left that Allah had given them the Torah, after it's gone through so many renditions?

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What is the law think of a people that have gone and do this?

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Or are you hungry for a human body? masakazu they edited it they altered it even after having understood it. Quran you can't even alter Quran is exactly what it was what it is. It hasn't changed.

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What do you think becomes our fate? Why do you and I think that there's a you know, when people ask the silly question, why are the Muslims humiliated today? Why don't we have a say we're so we're a fourth or fifth of the world's population and we have no say, Why is everybody ridiculing us and mocking us and looking down on us?

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I am number 85.

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Just I am number 85.

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That's all that's all I got for you.

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You can Latina estado en Hayato dounia Bella Hara. For now you have one hamanaka

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those are the people that have given away the afterlife. For worldly life itself. they've purchased worldly life in exchange for the afterlife. In other words, they had the afterlife with them. They had it what was what was so hard about kulula NASA has done well chemo salata to soccer over so hard about that. Just worship Allah be good to people. Be good to your family. That's all it was, wasn't it?

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You couldn't do that you need that wasn't enough for you. You have to run your mouth. You had to spread hate until it would create war. You have to do you had acid on your hands, guys, you just let it go. And you just wanted some some gain of this world? Why do people spread hateful messages? It's so pathetic why they do. It's nothing more than sometimes some economic interest. Sometimes it's low self esteem. We need to prove that we're better than that group or that group.

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That's all self you know, insecurities. For now. You have a foreign human wallonian sorrow and then punishment will not be lightened from those people.

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You know, because the Muslims thought. I mean, there's

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just a few minutes few few hours ago yesterday I told you their assumption was fire will touch us. Yes, but for how long?

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Just a few days. Okay. Yeah, we mess up. But you know, we're Muslim at the end of the day. Allah says, these criminals who spread hate in the world who spilled blood into world law you have one human either punishment will not be lightened from them.

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There will be no decrease in intensity of punishment, while our home Yun Sauron. They're not the ones that are going to be aided in any way shape or form.

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This by the way, as I close today, is an echo of something that was mentioned earlier and certainly Bukhara. Allah created Adam, Adam was about to be put on the earth. And the angels had a concern. And the concern was, you've CDFI ha Well, yes, we could deema he will cause corruption in the land and he will spill blood and the people Allah chose

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On the earth, to prove them wrong, were the people he gave revelation to. And of those people he gave more revelation than anyone else who saw it.

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And so he gave them that revelation. And then he echoed the words of the angels, you will not be spilling blood, as the concern of the angels was that you will be spilling blood, you will show the world what it means not to spill blood, you will be the model of peace in the world. And from I'm Tom ha Allah, I hear you are you people, the very same still killing your own selves. Now they were given more revelation than anybody else. But no one was given a powerful revelation as the Quran and saw the final commandment of Allah to humanity, that humanity's that thirst for blood shall come to a close and the angels will finally be proven wrong was supposed to be carried out by this model

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nation called the Omar Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we are supposed to be the people that demonstrate what it means to be a peaceful society. And like a harmonious society. This is what we're supposed to be.

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And so this fell on us they failed it so it fell on us. Now it's on us lattice akuna. DeMarco, when I took the EULA and full circle in the article from Colorado, quantum touch on

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it is why law says in normal minocqua believers are nothing but brothers fall asleep away now how we can make peace between your brothers. And so as this is echoed, we are supposed to be the people that prove the angels wrong and Allah has confidence in the soma.

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He believes in this Almighty we were chosen for a reason which the backroom he says you qualified so he chose you because he told the angels in the animal malata Allah moon I know what you don't know. I know what you don't know after all the disappointments we've shown Allah for a millennium and a half. Allah is still not replacing us. Allah has entered our know your stuff del Carmen. Hi, Rocco. If you turn your backs he'll replace you with a nation other than yourselves. Not hard for a lot to do. So Malaya kulu, Salah come, there'll be nothing like you. They'll prove themselves. The fact that he hasn't replaced us yet. He's giving us a chance. Don't test this patience. The principles of

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a law don't change. When a people that were given this great gift of revelation don't live by it. All Allah does is replace them. Another nation comes and takes their place. There will be people that will come and you know Subhanallah you'll notice around us there are those brothers and sisters that have taken Shahada. They become Muslim. They don't come from a Muslim background. Some of them were agnostic, atheists, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, and there's some of the best Muslims there are and you look at them and you feel like man, if all of us were like that, we'd be fine.

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We'd be alright. So hon Allah, may Allah azza wa jal not make us of those that are replaced, allows that which will make us take the heat from the mistakes of the people that came before us. And may Allah make us of those that are a symbol and a model of brotherhood and a spreading of love. The Hub then means that the hub with the prophecies that says you will not believe until you love one another. Now Lazarus can make use of those who love each other barakallahu li walakum wa salaamu alaikum

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Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan delves into Ayat 83 of Surah Al Baqarah in this amazing and mesmerizing lecture.

Ayah 83 talks about the Covenant that Allah took from the Children of Israel. They had promised that they will abide by those commands but they failed to do so and they intentionally and knowingly turned away from all of that.

Allah SWT had commanded them to worship Him and to associate none with Him in worship, just as He has commanded all of His creatures. This is the highest and most important right – Allah’s right to be worshipped alone without partners. Then comes the right of the parents. Then comes the rights of the relatives. Next, come the rights of the orphans who have no fathers to fend for them, and the Miskeen (the poor). This includes everyone who is weak and dependent.

Allah SWT also commanded that do Ehsaan to them. Ehsaan includes financial help, mentoring, helpful advice, and any other deeds of goodness.

Allah SWT also commands us to say good words to people, after He commanded them to be kind to them. He then emphasized the command to worship Him and the command to do good, ordaining the prayer and the Zakah.

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