Nouman Ali Khan – Reflections On Surah YASEEN – Part 07

Nouman Ali Khan
AI: Summary © The art of Islam is a small price for anyone who doesn't ask for compensation, and the art is viewed as a way to avoid harm. The segment discusses the controversial topic of the Mahdi Act, including the man himself and his actions. The importance of study and observation in the church's values and actions is emphasized, and the use of messengers in religion and the potential consequences of their actions are discussed. The segment also touches on the concept of sincerity and the aftermath of the Mahdi Act, including the deaths of people from different cultures and the loss of their identities.
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W mandayam lucam agilon waha Mota don't

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hold on a second, okay.

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Follow the ones who don't ask you for any compensation.

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That's the easy transition follow someone who doesn't ask you for any compensation while they're committed to guidance. This is one of the most misunderstood concepts and no hold on by Muslims. The Quran says they don't ask for any compensation brother.

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Why do you have a fee for your program?

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No, no, it's it's an honest question. And the Quran siesta una de la la la de salvia de la for a small price. You should be ashamed of yourself. selling the art of Allah. One of the most misunderstood concepts in the entire Quran. Let me explain.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent Musab no Mayor to Medina, you guys know this? Most of you know maybe one of the most brilliant young men sent to Medina to teach Koran.

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He used to come from a very rich family, but his family disowned him. He didn't even have clothes to wear. Actually, when he was killed at butter. They didn't they when they tried to cover his legs, his top would show when they tried to cover his top his legs would show that's how much he didn't have

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the profits. I saw him send him to Medina to teach what? Hold on. Where's he? What's he going to have for breakfast? So little bacara?

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What's he gonna have for lunch? What's he gonna have for dinner? The prophets lysozyme gave him a salary.

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So he could do his job.

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He was paid to teach Quran.

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What does it mean, they sell the art of Allah, you know what that means? That means the art means something.

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But people don't want to hear it.

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So you change the meaning. And you tell people what they want to hear. So that they don't get angry at you. You give people answers they can feel good about and you avoid talking about things they don't feel good about. That way they can continue to like you, and you'll stay popular.

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This is selling the art for a small price. That small price being the pleasure of people, the contentment of people you understand.

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Here, follow the one who does not ask you for any compensation.

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follow someone who doesn't ask you for any compensation. Let's understand this.

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This is a principle about all prophets. Every Prophet came to a nation where there was a serious problem.

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And you know, when a nation has a serious problem, it's like a you know, I mean, nations are supposed to be balanced. But when they do a crime, then they start getting imbalanced and the imbalance gets worse and worse and worse. And it comes to a point where the entire nation might crumble.

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And the job of the passengers is to pull them away from that imbalance and bring them back to straightness, again, you understand. But when an imbalance becomes popular,

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everybody's doing it. Everybody's doing the evil, everybody's doing the wrong thing. And it's something celebrated. It's become the fashion to do. Is it easy to talk about?

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Like, for example, nowadays, it's very difficult to talk about homosexuality, for instance. Yes. diluted Islam. Did he live in a time where it was popular? He did.

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Did he have to talk about it? Yep. Did you get a lot of heat for it? Oh, yeah. There's a reason it's a neuron.

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If you talk about the subject, people are gonna come after you. Is that really? Yeah.

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Is there for a reason. When you take on a subject, the entire society is obsessed with something there glorifying something and you speak against it, they will come after you.

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if you want to continue to make money, or you want to continue to live in that society, and you want to continue to be safe, then you will avoid which subjects, the ones that are obsessed with. You just decide to talk about something else. Maybe loot la salon just should just talk about kindness to parents.

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Maybe you should just talk about take care of your neighbor, maybe you should just talk about prayer. He should leave this subject alone because it's too controversial, isn't it? If he does that, does he get in trouble? No, there's no trouble. And by the way, he's still going to be talking about good things. kindness to parents is a good thing. Prayer is a good thing. Charity is a good thing. So why does he have to take the subject that will get him in trouble? That is the job of messengers. They came to take on the subjects that nobody else would dare take and they would give the verdict from Allah while Coronel Hakeem, they would give the verdict from Allah and give it over

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and over and over and over again, offending that society and defending it again and defending it again. But they did not care to care because that's the evil that has to be spoken out against and clearly when someone does that they are not interested in making

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compensation, because that's the easiest way to lose your compensation.

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Melissa Luca madron, follow the ones who don't have an agenda, clearly.

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Because this is not the way to get popular, this is the way to get destroyed.

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Well homeowner do and they themselves are they themselves in their personal lives are guided now understand this, committed to guidance actually

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public speakers profits or public speakers.

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But who else is a public speaker? Can you think of other public speakers in society?

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Not in the Muslim scene?

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politicians, politicians or public speakers? Yes. Okay. So profits want to tell you about policies change in society? Yes. Do politicians also sometimes tell you about change in society? Sure. But when politicians tell you about changing society, we want to make the country better, we want to make the nation better, we want to make it stronger, etc, etc, etc. And then you look in their personal life, what do you find?

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You find corruption. So their talk is very high, but their character is very low.

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And by the way, you do find that what they're the reason they're talking about high things is because they want the presidency. They want the governorship they want some compensation. Thereafter something when the Prophet speak, what do they want?

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They just want justice. They just want the truth. They want no compensation from you.

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And on top of that, if you look in their personal life, you will find they've always been committed to guidance.

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So the message is perfect. And the messenger is clean. Was this idea taught before? Yeah. in academia, no, sorry. I lost

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another review. That's what the Quran does. It's so tightly woven now.

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And the next time well, Molly, what would have to be wrong with me? This man is still speaking that Raja, that hero of ours, whose name we will learn in Jenna one day by lost permission.

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He says what would have to be wrong with me? Now I will do nothing for Tony. I'm not gonna worship the one who molded me out of nothing. What he told me wrong and you're all gonna be taken back to him anyway.

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Now the words Maddie What is wrong with me? Money in Arabic we say family law. And the T shirt. No, ha and you read the whole motocaddy movie Aladdin, Allah man and Corolla he even assured mentions that when somebody says, what would be wrong with me that I should do this or that or the other? That means that somebody told him, Hey, what's wrong with you? Why are you leaving your religion? And he turns around and responds to them. So there's their statement hasn't even when recorded, but we know it's already there. Because of the way he spoke. Somebody said to him, Hey, what's wrong with you, man? Why are you talking about this false religion. And he turns around and says, What

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would have to be wrong with me that I shouldn't worship the one who made me, and you're all going to be taken back to him also, now understand this, you're all going to be taken back to him. Also, this sentence began with what would have to be wrong with who It started with himself. And by the time the sentence ended, he said, you will all be taken back to him.

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So who did he begin with himself? You know, if you want to be able to relate to people and give them this message, you have to admit things about yourself.

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You have to be able to tell people that you would have a problem.

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If I tried to give somebody advice about travel,

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you shouldn't go from this airline, you should go from that airline. If I start by saying, Man, I took that airline, they were so many delays, they lost my bags, do this. And then I say take the other airline. Does that make the advice more appealing? Because you made it about yourself first. And when you've experienced something, then you sincerely now coming to them for their good for their betterment. But if you come to them and say, hey, you're flying that airlines, you're stupid.

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Does that come across as something you want to internalize? It comes across as offensive. He speaks about himself because he doesn't want them to hate him. He doesn't want to give a hate speech. He doesn't want to give a judging speech. He just wants to talk about himself. Look, it would be serious crime, a serious crime on my part. If I abandon the one who made me And guys, you're all going there to you're all going back to him to this isn't just about me. This is a very loving form of speech, which already began with Jacobi that's why he came out of love for his people. So he says lamattina abdullatif attorney when he told your own

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human dude, he

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should I be taking other gods besides him. You written a rough man.

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If a rough man the incredibly merciful if he intended that any harm should come latonia Anisha to whom she all of those other gods together would not be able to make me free with all of their pleading and all of their intercession

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In all of their please go God let this one go used to worship me. None of that will help. When are you going to, they're not going to be able to rescue me. If I get in trouble with Allah, all these idols, they're not going to be able to save me. All these mythical gods are not going to be able to save me. Why would I go to anyone else? You know what he's doing here? He's criticizing their religion, isn't he? Because they believe in other gods. But instead of talking about it as what would what is wrong with you? Why don't you believe in these gods, they will not be able to help you. He says, How can I believe in these gods, they're not going to be able to help me. I'm just

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worried about myself, guys.

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Man, if man wants me to be harmed? The question is, first of all, he goes back to AI, because now he's going to talk about their idols.

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You could talk about other people's religion, but as it relates to you why it doesn't make sense to you.

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Not about them about you. This is what I don't find convincing. This is what doesn't sit well with me. This is what I cannot reconcile for myself. Why do you do that? Because you don't want this to become a contest of egos. The second thing here

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is man, if a rough man wanted to harm

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they wouldn't be able to, you know, rescue me. Wait, man, does that mean the one who harms?

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What does it mean?

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A rough man means the one who's merciful The one who cares The one who shows love. So why is he saying if a man wanted to do harm? The word rough man and the word harm don't go together? Do they?

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don't seem like they go together. You know what he's telling them? You guys made fun of a rock man before you said madonsela. Rock man, woman she didn't send anything. They already use that name. Let me tell you, just because his name is extremely incredibly merciful, does not mean that he does not have the power to do harm. when time comes to do harm.

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Does not you cannot take advantage of his name.

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And think that nothing's going to happen.

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Oh, God was great.

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Nothing's gonna happen. Some people want to negotiate with a lot.

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I do so much for a lot. So if I don't do a few little things ever.

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Okay, I mean, he should understand.

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Really, you should understand he should understand he doesn't really understand.

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You're in this position to talk about a lot like that. Yeah, cuz he's off man. Okay.

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Alrighty, then. That's why you'll find some of the toughest I added No, but I have the word of mine in them.

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Just so you become clear, that just because he's incredibly merciful, does not take away from his justice, and does not take away from his authority.

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And by the way, his he is a rough man in this ayah you know why? Because when a slave of Allah, every human being is a slave of Allah, whether they recognize it or not, when a slave of a law becomes a source of evil,

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then he is like a cancer on this earth that spreads evil.

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And then Allah does a Rama to the rest of creation by removing him.

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That is also a rough man.

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Sometimes His mercy is to all the other creation, that he can rescue them from you.

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in unison Ramallah widow latonya, Anisha. Subhan. Allah. Now,

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we're almost done with his speech in neither Luffy badali movie, if that were the case, if I did worship anyone other than Allah, if I took other gods, I would be in such obvious confusion.

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I would be totally confused. He's not confused. He's saying you people are confused, but he doesn't want to offend them. So he says, I would be so confused if I did that in neon to be wrong, because I have come to believe in your rub your master. He doesn't say I believe in my master. He says I believe in your master. What does he do? He switches from it you by the way, when you go from I to you, I'll give you an equation, i plus u equals v.

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Does that makes sense? i plus u equals what? We so he starts with AI. And he goes to you, because he wants this to be about what? Us? We're not separate guys. I want all of us to be happy. I want all of us to be saved in front of Allah. This is not me versus you. This is me and you. That is not about versus it's not about debates. It's not about arguments. We've turned it into that I will do a demo program where I'm going to debate the Christian.

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Something is wrong with you who that is not how it works. There's a place for that but it's not called Darwin that's called Geodon. There's another word for that. And that's a last resort. We don't do that in the beginning, ever, ever.

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So now here he says in the

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I want to be able to compile a list, you know, I have come to believe in all of your master, the master of all of you. First, my own. Listen to me.

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Listen to me. Three messengers are talking and he says, Listen to me.

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Just hear what I'm saying, guys. Sometimes, you know, I experienced this from the position of a teacher. I teach Arabic or try sometimes

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students are sitting there learning. And then a TA comes in. A teacher's assistant comes in, and Pat's, the student on the shoulder, hey, pay attention.

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I didn't say pay attention. a teacher's assistant came and said, pay attention. Does it have an effect? Yeah. Does it have a different effect? Yes.

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When a fellow student comes to you and says, Hey, man, the study

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teacher says study for the exam. Yes, of course, we'll study for the exam. Then you're watching a basketball game eight o'clock at night and your friend comes as man Come on, let's study. Does it have a different effect? It does. Does this this this hobby understands that this companion of messengers understands that he has his place the prophets have their place, the sun has its place and the moon has its place. This is not competition. Listen to me. It's such a loving, beautiful speech. And I want to say here that his speech did more than even three prophets.

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His speech has more weight in these iaat then three messengers. Why is that? That is to teach us Allah gives victory to whoever he wants.

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Allah will give Google to whoever he wants.

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That is not what the worldly results and the worldly consequences is not what is meaningful to Allah. It is effort that is meaningful to Allah. worldly results are just when Allah decides He'll open the door. That's it.

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The next is St. Louis. Hello, Jana, we're almost there. Kurylenko. Liliana, it was said enter Jana.

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Wait, he was just talking to his people. Now it says go into agenda. What just happened?

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He got killed.

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He gave such a loving concerned speech coming from across town technologies people and try to make a case with them. And they could not touch the messengers because messengers are protected by Allah as religion, but that lone believer got killed. This story also has lessons for the believers right.

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Now the believers, a few believers who follow the prophets I said are being mentally prepared you might even get killed for this

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So my

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beloved, almost all of the Allahu taala and whom

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you might get killed, just doing this just talking about Allah.

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And so he gets into genda not because he just got transported there he got killed.

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And by the way, how did they decide to kill the profits so they plan to kill the profits? stone them and torture them to death? You remember this? So he must not have died and easy death.

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And so he goes and that's a shame because I'm sure he'd go straight to Jana. So he goes straight into Jana. And here are his words. y'all get them because they killed me.

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was too far. Somebody should take revenge for the believer. Yara Kalia Kalia lights. first words. Oh, if only only if my people just know.

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If only there was some way for my people to know. He still loves them. Can you imagine walking into Geneva would you see

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the water of Fabiola Kumar to cut the barn you will see the trees of genda and they would mesmerize you, you'd see the waterfalls and you'd be hypnotized. You'd see the fruits and you'd go crazy after one bite. You'd see your beautiful spouse and you would go nuts and he sees all of this and he doesn't say whoa he just says all my people.

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Only they know

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Subhana Allah, He makes it into Jenna and he doesn't forget as people

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do you know a judgement day people forget everything.

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A mother forgets her baby.

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Yo Matata, Luca no more they attend.

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The day on which every feeding mother forgot what she was feeding

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your mother federal Marina he won't be he won't be he was happy but he wasn't he, the day on which a man will run away from his brother.

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You know, your facility Hinata to his mother and his wife, his children, his parents, his entire extended clan. He'll run away from all of them. He doesn't want anything to do with anybody. You'll forget what the

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Quran says all relationships will be cut off. But for the believer they won't be

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for the believer they won't be. He'll even going to agenda and he will continue to love who

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his people who are disbelievers and enemies of profits because they're still alive and they still have hope. You don't give up on people who are still alive.

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It says though a lie is telling us almost as though he can still see them. And like gave him camera view like a GoPro back into dunia. She could see what's going on. And he's watching from Jenna saying if only they know he doesn't say if only they knew aliou he says de la takamiya Moon if only they know. He's still watching what's happening and I gave him view. So how Allah

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and then you realize what sincerity means? Muslims, we've developed such a bogus concept of sincerity. I can't stand it.

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I can't stand it. What we've done that the word sincerity, you have to have a clause in everything you do.

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Check your intentions all the time.

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Check them right now.

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Because if you don't have sincerity, that none of your deeds matter for anything, you heard this Yes. And you have to have sincerity only and only for the sake of a law.

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I'm going to disagree with that. I know. I know.

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Don't kill me yet.

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The Prophet would tell us a lot more. It was around about a man who did lots of sins, lots of sins. And one day he doesn't pray nothing. One day he's walking and he sees a dog thirsty, sticking its tongue out. And the man decides that before he's gonna drink. He's gonna let the dog drink. Soon after the man dies, and the law takes him into gender.

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Yeah, let's go back into that story. That man believer.

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We don't know. Doesn't does he pray?

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No. When he fed the dog, there is a Wait, let me let me close my intention.

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I'm only doing this for you. Yeah, Allah, the sticking tongue of the dog means nothing to me. It is your pleasure that I seek. And then I feed this dog. Did he do that? He just felt bad for the dog. And he gave the dog some water? Yes.

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So he was sincere in his concern for the dog. He had a class. Yes, this man loves his people. But does he say hey, if it wasn't for Allah, I would hate my people.

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Does he love them because he's their people.

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And that is sincerity to his people. You have to have sincerity to ally in your worship. You have to have sincerity to your appearance, not just for Allah, but also because they're your parents.

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You have to have sincerity to your fellow Muslim because you're below Listen, you have to have sincerity to your neighbor. You have to have sincerity to your job. You have to have sincerity to your school, to your business partner. All of those are sincerity.

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You don't try to artificially No, no, you know what, I can't be friends with you. Because it's not for the sake of Allah. We just enjoy basketball together. And that is

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not going to do anything for me the outsider, I don't know, who did this number on you. Now you're checking your intention before you take a three point shot because there's no class in it like

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you know,

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how it works. We have to have clarity of intention. Sure. We should revisit our intention. Sure. with sincerity is much more than sincerity to Allah.

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It's sincerity to all of his creation to

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you have to have pure intentions towards people, not fake ones, you know. So that's love, His love for people, even in general. And so Ally's describing actually that that love for people is something that is the quality of the people of Jenna.

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Listen to me again. Love for your people, is the quality of the people of China. So when you find Muslims who are always angry at people,

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they're always angry at other Muslims. They're angry at their own family. They're really angry at non Muslims. They're angry, angry and angry. That is not a quality of the people of China.

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Now later call me on the moon.

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Now, he says, You know what he says? He gave this speech to his people. We don't even know his name and his words are being recited until the day of judgment. Now think about the conversations you and I have.

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We talked about which iPhone. We talked about which car we talked about which sports which playoffs. Where are these conversations gonna go? Are these conversations gonna be immortal?

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Is this gonna bring any good in the world? Nope. You know what we're what I'm realizing as I talk about this, words are priceless treasures to Allah. He's not a prophet, yet his words got recorded in the Quran. There's a lot of other things to work with Alicia enough. Selena houfy. me moving. I record everything Allah tells us. He records everything. So what would you rather have recorded? Something good, some sincere advice? Did you have to have exhaustive knowledge before you said something good. Did this man have to have lots of degrees before he said something good. It's not complicated. Just be good.

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And the beauty of how tightly the Quran is knit when he's in gender and he says if only my

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People knew he said in the next IRB mas are thoroughly Robbie rajani mina lucara mean because of the forgiveness my master gave to me and made me from those who have been honored. He talked about two things engender forgiveness and honor. Yes, forgiveness and honor in the beginning of the soda for Bashir who be

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model villas in wijeratne Kareem beginning of the surah Allah says congratulate that loan believer somewhere that he will have forgiveness and noble compensation you remember that? forgiveness and noble compensation. Now in the middle of this story, this man ends up in jail and says Yama, you gave me forgiveness, forgiveness and you made me among the ones made noble mean I'll look at a review, total review this called the outcome of the Quran, one Quran Al Hakim.

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But then the last thing about this ayah

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I really love is that when he was talking to his people, he said in need to be or have become, I believe in your master. I have believed in your master but when you went into agenda he said be ma follow Lee Robbie, my master, same man talking now he says my master when he saw agenda when he was inside agenda when he tasted the forgiveness when he tasted the honor Allah had given him how Allah By the way, what does it mean to be honored by someone? How do you get honored by someone? Can you tell me? Yeah, they recognize you. They greet you reading someone is an honor. Somebody comes to shake your hand. They've honored you. Yes.

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I'll give it away. It's coming along we'll say Salah one column number Rahim.

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In the same surah was gonna say he is going to say Salaam to you.

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So in the beginning, he said I will give you a noble reward, noble reward, noble reward. And you're like what is this noble reward? How noble Can I get? I'm not gonna get a medal.

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He's gonna give me a certificate like they do it the cheesy hymns graduations.

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What's the certificate you're gonna get? You're gonna get a Salaam from Allah.

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That's what you're gonna get. So when he got that, he just forgot that the rub is the rub of anyone else. He's only his last

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mile Rob forgave me. Myron made me from the noble He's my master and my master alone. Subhana Allah What a beautiful picture of a believer. Now this is what happened in Jana. But their story should continue where

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in this world What happened here? Now what I was gonna do is epic. Please listen to this because another Muslim confusion The reason I picked this surah every time I pick a song I realize a lot answers so many of our contemporary problems is such a living book. It's incredible. I've heard people argue that if if the Muslims do an attack or the you know, it's you know, they blow something up or whatever and now and Muslims die in it, then they go to jail anyway, so it's okay.

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I've heard this argument.

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So if people Muslims die or innocent people die as collateral damage while Allah knows you'll take them to Jenna. No harm done.

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Because Jenna is better than dunya I don't know if you've heard this kind of insanity, but I've heard it plenty.

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Now let me tell you something about that. Allah did did he put him in Jannah? Yes, but just because Allah put him in Jannah does not mean Allah is not enraged with the people who killed him. So he comes back to the earth while he's chillin in Geneva having a good old time. Ally's gonna take his revenge. Well, my einzelner Allah call me him and john demeanor, sama, Yama conda. When z we were not going to send any armies from the sky for these people, this pathetic Quraysh that think they're all that that are insignificant on this earth. There is no nation lower than them in economics and politics and knowledge and science. These people don't need special preparations for them to be

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destroyed. I don't need to send any armies from the sky. The reason armies are mentioned is because when you want the courage, I'm giving you a warning there's a witch army.

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Which army and when the messengers weren't and they say You and what army

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work where's this threat coming from you alone and some invisible believer. And Allah says I don't need to show them an army of angels and they will say okay, if you believe in if you have these armies of angels that come and give you a revelation if you took over the entire sky You know what?

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When he saw jabril RSM take over the whole sky, why don't you get up into flex some of his muscle and take us out then Huh? Why can't you do that? And Allah says, I'm not going to dignify you with that request. I don't need to bother angels with the insignificant likes of you you're not even worth that people nations before did a lesson angels to destroy them. He did a less exploration even worth it.

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Correlation even worth the angels time.

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Then he would clock someone a go take them out. No, no, don't bother. I'll do that myself. In Canada, Lhasa Hatton. wahida 10 it was nothing but one large

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explosive sound, one shriek you know, an explosion makes a really large sound. It's just one blowing up sound for either home Kwame doing, and their lights out there completely lit up, you know, say hi as a violent sound.

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And this is a beautiful literary contrast in this ayah. Because when you refuse to hear the beautiful sounds of the Quran, and when these prophets, these nations refuse to listen to the beautiful voices of their messengers, then the only kind of sound they should hear is an explosion.

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And then Allah says for either Mohammedan, or I love this word, such an epic word, and who booed. In fact, when not busy laughing Hulu, there's Hulu and Hulu and Arabic, when you have a campfire, and you

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put it out. That's called hammoud.

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But if you put it out, and there's little bit of embers of yellow, orange, red left, that's called mood. But when you put it out, one shot, it's totally done. totally done. There's not even little red dots left, it's completely pulled out. That's called a fire that is Hamada.

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komeda home haami. Dune, they are going to be completely wiped out there is not even going to be one lying on the floor crawling a little bit to his death, they're going to be done in one shot, like a fire that's put out.

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And by the way, by describing their death as a fire being pulled out, they are being compared to a fire.

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And if you're comparing them to a fire, then you're saying that they are dangerous.

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And if you let the fire go, the fire will what spread and Allah as a rough man as a mercy to all other nations decides that this cancer and this fire should be pulled out for either Hong Kong. And this was in result of one believer being killed.

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So now

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at the conclusion of this second passage, when we are threatened by the Maya t mobile's rasulillah connubia stasiun. What a tragedy it is for people. Allah Himself considers that a tragedy. He does not wipe out that nation and say, see what I can do. He said, No, that was a tragedy. Allah Himself is sad for them.

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You know, the word hustler in Arabic, it means he has said that another matamata hustle. Well,

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it's really sad, deep sadness for over what happened allies calling this a tragedy himself. Why couldn't they just listen about what a terrible tragedy for slaves? Or he calls them slaves? You know, why would Why would you call them so why wouldn't you just say?

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What a tragedy for kuffar for disbelievers. He called them slaves. You know why? because deep down inside every human being had the potential of being a slave. It's such a tragedy, you already had it in you, it's not some extra thing you have to get from outside. I already put it in your fifth row. Why didn't you just activate it? You could press the on button yourself. My T Mobile Suit Not a single messenger comes to them in law can be assigned soon all they do is make fun of them.

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Except the only every time a messenger comes, they just make fun of them.

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Now in this ayah, Allah does not say the kill messengers or threatened messengers, he said they make fun of messengers. But before you learn that, they said that they're going to threaten them, they're going to consider them a curse, you remember that. But here when it comes to the tragedy, he says, It All Begins with them making fun of them.

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Once the nation starts making fun of messengers, the road the clock has started ticking to when they're going to be destroyed.

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The first step in their destruction, were basically you know, in the cartoons, they have that dynamite and you have like a little

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you know, talking about once they make fun of messengers

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started. That's what's being told.

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Don't make fun of messengers, because that means you're on the road to being ended.

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when Allah says they, how many messengers come and they don't believe they just make fun of it. You learn in the beginning of the surah

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was a lot when I lay him under the home. I'm not gonna get home, like me, no. Reinforcement again. What a tragedy so many messengers have come, and people just don't listen. And amuro come back now. copula homina groan?

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Didn't they see how many towns we destroyed before then?

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How many nations have already been destroyed? Didn't they look at that? Who's he talking to?

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talking to these people that are with the Prophet silent and saying, Why don't they look at history? Why don't they look at what is behind them. Then they see yes, they didn't see because there's a wall behind them.

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He says I'm only Nigerian, they're not gonna come back to them. I you know, some

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Maupassant Ray traced in the Himalaya, Himalaya, john beautifully, it's a beautiful analysis, they say that they're not going to come back to them actually means that those nations that were destroyed, because they were completely wiped out and nobody survived, none of their children or ancestry survived. So none of you can say that you are children of the pharaoh are children of, you know, the nation of Lutheran children of the nation of silence or shame, because those people were completely wiped out. You don't go back to any of them. You know, people say I go back to the family of the prophets.

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So in the meeting, not just they're not going to come back to them, but you don't go back to them because their entire future lineages and generations were wiped out one unknown mula Himalaya genome. So when you people think you're gonna have a future? Why are you so confident you'll have a future and by the way, perhaps, because they are completely unnamed, maybe that's why I didn't name the town. Because if you named it nobody would have known because it doesn't exist, at a certain point a lot erase them from history, and every single follower of them, every one of that ethnicity, one, one ethnic group became extinct.

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So there's no not even a point mentioning them.

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Now, Allah says they will become extinct, which means they're forgotten in history. And then he says about Qureshi people are an insignificant nation. But in the next ayah, he ties it all together. At the end of this entire passage, he says, What in column Jimmy,

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they're not going to come back to them. And once you die, you're not going to come back to your children. But let me tell you, there is not a single one of you there is included every single one. And I say the entire gathering of you and the disbelievers like you from every other generation, from every other nation, all of them will in fact, be gathered, but they will be gathered right before me having to present their case will include damage me under the name of Darwin, this is actually a direct contrast with the previous ayah. How, just understand that and you're done. And the previous iOS says they are not going to come back. once they're done. They're gone, they're

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gone. And this ayah he says actually, they're not going to come back to you.

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But they will come back to me and when they do they and all of your cousins from all other different nations because your cousins with the disbelievers of your own. You're also cousins with the nation of loot all you go far from all these different ethnicities and generations. I'll put you all together and then you will all be brought in front of me well in cooler damage me on the data model. This is what the threat was that that's being issued now.

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Part 7/12 – A True Believer

This episode explains ayahs numbered 21 – 32 from Surah Ya-Sin in great detail. The explanation includes how the story of a man comes to end with Allah granting the man not just forgiveness but an entry into Jannah and a reward, what does selling an ayah mean, sincerity of intentions and how making fun of Messengers will result in destruction.

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