Tafsir Of Last Two Verses Of Baqarah

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Detailed Tafsir of the 2 very important verses that were given to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in heavens.

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I'm Anil Rasulullah

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Colvin am Annabella melodica de Vaca to be here Rosalie tenuifolia kobane Rosalie Mercado, Samia now altona of Rhonda carbon, our la Canarsie rubbishy. So the way assembly Emily, Emily saniya, Coco Lee and manera bellami I'd like to start by saying it's really good to be back in Bahrain and hamdulillah and as you can probably hear, I will be using my singing voice today. So make sure that I'm able to you know, keep the voice that allows or preserves the voice as much as possible so I can communicate to you what I hope to communicate to you in shallow Tata this evening. I've been thinking about giving a lecture on the concluding I art of social Baccarat for about two years and

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I've held back and I said, I don't know if it's the right occasion to do that, and inshallah Tada, I hope to at least give it a first attempt here tonight, and I pray that I'm able to do justice to this subject. It is one of the most beautiful places in the entire quote on it is special for many, many, many reasons. I will mention only one of them right now. And we'll come back to that reason at the end of our talk again.

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We all know that the Quran was given to the prophets on the lohani he was alone in the land of Hejaz. And it was revealed over the course of 23 years, and the way that Allah delivered the Quran to the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam is through the angel Gabriel through Judaism or Islam.

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The only exception The only part of the Quran that was not given to the prophets was through gibreel either his salon, but rather through authentic narrations, we learn the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam traveled up to this up the seven heavens. And right under, you know industry the last element Haha, as described in soloqueue najem. When he traveled all the way up there, it is there that he received the last two ions of SoTL bacara. In other words, all of the Quran was sent down to the earth. The two ions that we are going to talk about tonight, the messenger went to the sky to get them.

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They were not given on the earth. They were they were, they had to be received by the messenger himself under the throne of Allah azza wa jal, so they have a special special place in the Quran. Not only do they have a special place in the Koran, these I actually have a special face in a circle Baqara and so the beginning of my talk, I will share with you some parts of the theory and the principles of Quran study beyond this, you know that the universal or normal Quran, the sciences of the study of Quran that many people are familiar with, especially those of you that study tips here, I'm not going to make this an academic topic. By the way, I will try my best not to complicate the

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subject and shall hold on. Even those of you that don't know any Arabic. And I'm sure there are lots of you don't know any Arabic, it's okay, don't be intimidated, I'm going to try to make it as easy to understand as possible. I try to do that as much as much of my talks to keep things simple, because I have a history in my childhood and early years of getting a lot of really good sleep during the football. And so that's because as soon as the the Hatim or the island or the shader starts getting super high academic, then you It's like he's releasing sleeping gas from his mouth and you just inhale into here in a big hole, right. And so first thing you hear is in Alhamdulilah,

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and the next thing you hear is actually solid. That's the only thing you hear so

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so we'll try not to do that in child avatar. But anyway, one of the cool things I want to share with you is that one of the most fascinating studies in the Quran is actually how the the suitors of the Quran are organized. And this is actually a number of different subjects together. The first subject is how are the soldiers themselves organized party has first, Baccarat is second and Emraan is third, etc, etc. Why are they in this order? Because from what from a Western academic standpoint, and by the way, I when I the first time I studied Koran seriously, it was not from Muslims. It was from non Muslims. And when they study the Quran, they don't say Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala

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rasulillah they begin like the study any literature, they start with criticism. We start when we study the book of Allah, we begin with how do we begin with praise? We begin with the man that this is the best, you know, what was the hoonah Apollo novena, he called lumen and Europeana Okay, this is what we say as now what they say. They begin with criticism, skepticism. And so the first exposure one of the first serious exposures I had to the Quran was actually criticism. And the first criticism was the Quran is unorganized. The sutras are in this random order, and the subject is going from one to the other and even the question

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Some chapters of the Quran, I guess they call it, but they don't call it Sula. They call it a chapter. Even though a chapter in a surah are not the same thing at all. They're not the same. I personally don't agree with the translation of surah as chapter I don't, because there's a certain standard in literature for a chapter. A chapter has logical points that are made in chronology. And if a chapter like chapter five is going to repeat something from chapter three, they won't do it the same way. They'll just say, refer back to chapter three. That's what chapters do. They're built chronologically. The other thing about chapters is you cannot begin a book with chapter 12. You

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can't do it. You have to begin with chapter one. One, and one is the first thing the author writes. Then the author writes two, then the author writes three, then the author writes four, and even the student has to study chapter one first, and then two, and then three, and then four. But when the Quran was revealed, that was the first one I revealed Acropolis, colombi, kalindi hallak, where is that in the Quran? Is that in the beginning? That's all the way at the end. So if you're studying Quran right now, from the beginning, you're going to read the first revelation at the end of your journey. It's very different. So then the the order is not even the order in which it was revealed.

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It's not chronological. The other problem is the order you know, understandably, the order is not it doesn't seem to be organized by subject. What that means is that you know, the subject matter in the Quran, looking sort of Bukhara today we're talking about scuttle Baccarat, the biggest surah of the Quran 286 is revealed over several years. One part of it is actually McKee, the last two I Arthur McKee, this will reveal that the Mirage so the most of the surah is revealed after the Prophet migrated or at least what was around but to gather from before he migrated. So this surah took almost a decade and some say the last IOD we revealed in the Quran belong to Bukhara, which means it

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began when the Prophet was still in Mecca. And it went on for another decade. So this show took a long time to come down. It didn't come down in one shot. Now, having said that, Docker if you study it in the beginning, it's believers and disbelievers, you know and Athena, you'll be known Avila, havinga Latina kefalos.

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Believers and disbelievers and talks about hypocrites, which is the third subject, right? And you know, when your poo and Nabila

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the hypocrites, then it talks about the story of other man in his salon, then there's this huge section on the history of of the Israelites. When was he? Why was Caronia mochila a comm along section and by the way, even inside that section, there is no chronology meaning some of the events that happened in Jewish history later I mentioned before, and things that happened before are mentioned later. So it's not even chronological inside. Then it jumps over to Abraham on Instagram. And after Ibrahim an Islamic jumps over to the change of the Kaaba, and after the change, because we used to pray towards Jerusalem, you know that right? used to pray towards Jerusalem and then it

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switched over to the Kaaba and then it goes straight over to you know, the soma Okay, Danica Jana, Kuma and Osaka, come with a minute. one extra minute Mr. Mara, this Omar will be tested, Allah tells us and one of the first big tests was when we change the direction of our prayer, you know, and then after that, it's all these laws, which don't seem connected at all. There's laws about fasting, there's laws about going to hudge there's laws about divorce, which is totally out of left field, I was gonna learn passing hij Okay, the next thing will be about spirituality also, that is divorce,

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fighting divorce, spending, in fact, feasability la Riva accom, of Riba, it's all all over the place. And then it concludes with this prayer, at the end of it all is this prayer that we're gonna study today. So when the western academic looks at this, it says, The Quran is completely disconnected. And just all these random verses that they and by the way, I don't agree with chapter and I don't agree with verse, which I'll get to later is ayah is just an idea you can compare to anything else. So they look at it in this Hindu Quran is this organized. Before I tell you about these ions.

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What I want to share with you is how silicon bacara itself is organized in maybe 10 minutes or less. Because I personally, I find it impossible to talk about the Quran to talk about iarp and operon. Without telling you what neighborhood they come from. You have to use easy to understand the house. You have to understand the neighborhood. Can I pull out of a job from a dog, right? So you got to understand them facility

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Then you understand where you are, right? So now my first point was when you study it from a critical perspective, it seems like doctrine is unorganized. But let's start over again.

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The first conversation in Surah Al Baqarah, is about believers, contrast it with disbelievers. And in the middle of both of them are hypocrites, believers, disbelievers. And

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the last subject of silicon

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is this far, this is the last topic of social. And in this last topic, we made large voila, basically to preserve our emaan and to not fall into forgetfulness and keep making mistakes. Because people who forget and keep making mistakes, they fall into hypocrisy long enough, they fall into the fog and the eye ends. The story ends one sadhana Alan Coleman. Actually, it goes back to the disbelievers. In other words, the first subject of the Quran, and the last son or the surah. And the last subject of the surah are actually very, very similar indirectly related to each other.

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The second subject of the surah was Adam, Allah, his

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wife, Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Canada in the jargon of the e ir about

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anyone you can call it out loud. What was the reason for which Adam alayhis salam and our mother were taken out of Jenna, what was the reason?

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sisters are louder than brothers? Is this about anything?

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What was the reason call it out? It's okay. It's not a whole tomato lecture will not be nullified. He's supposed to stay quiet enough football.

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This would be what disobedience. There's lots of this like a million kinds of disobedience. Which kind of disobedience was a

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What's not an apple? That's what the Bible says.

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You can eat apples and still go to jail. Okay, relax.

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One word, greed.

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You have all of

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all of how many trees and

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how many trees? You're not supposed to go in here.

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Gemini is bigger than the Earth or no?

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Is the entire Earth covered in trees? No. But if you were in a jungle

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on the earth, and you were told one tree stay away from one tree.

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chances are you won't even see that tree your whole life.

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Because it's so big.

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But somehow shaytaan Adela, who might be a role that is mentioned in solara. Somehow, he convinced them that of all the fruits and all the trees and all the rivers and all the lakes. i'm john Nah, this one you're missing out man. You got to try that one.

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The second subject or the non insulin is actually about greed.

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If you go to the end of Baccarat, the second last subject is actually about spending in the path of Allah.

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Allah in fact, Sabina methoden, Latina, una mala Sabina, chemically hamerton savasana, frequently some Buddha tin Metal Hammer, Allahu LA, alienation. What are these? I asked about longest passages in the Quran spending the path of spending the path of Allah spending the path of Allah. And then he talks about business.

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Actually, before he talks about business, he says, the people who take Riba and larina lacuna arriva first he says the best thing you can do with your money is spent in the path of Allah. Then he says the worst thing you can do with your money is do Riba and usually interest, then he says, the acceptable thing you can do with your money is business and loan agreements. That's why the long Ayah to gain balance has those two sides out, if you study all of that, at the end of the day, all of those are together, that is guidance for human beings to control their greed.

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Spending. Why do people take it up? Why do they?

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Why do people cheat in business?

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Why don't people spend in the past on

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The story of Adam alayhis salaam was about like, greed. That's the second subject. The second last subject

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Is greed.

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The third subject is Sultan Baca

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is the Israelites

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and how they were given lots of regulations and they kept breaking the rules. Allah would kill them rules and they would break the rules.

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This has been a long section, lots of different history. If you go backwards in silicon Bukhara, the third subject before it ends. The third last subject is the laws given to the Muslims.

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Laws given to Busan on that side, paws given to the Muslims on this side.

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The fourth subject By the way, do you see a cemetery?

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believers disbelievers hypocrites, believers, disbelievers hypocrites, the story of Adam, the regulations on greed, a loss to the Jews, the loss to the Muslims, the trials of Ebrahim either Hassan Well, he didn't Allah He Morocco who be kalimat tambahan

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the trials available to him on Instagram, and on the other side, what an ugly one comb fish hate him in and hope you enjoy is going to test you. He tested Ibrahim Alayhi Salam and because you are the nation of your father, who Ibrahim You are the religion of your father, Ibrahim, militarily common Rahim on the other side, the sixth subject is actually we're going to be tested just like Ibraheem alehissalaam was test. It's really interesting. Ibrahim alayhis salam when he made the law for us, he made a difference. A couple of different things a little bit, john had a paladin Amina was a human, a samurai.

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So he made the other we should be safe. And he made the odd that we should eat well, we should have risk.

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If you look at the tests on the other side, he says well, another one that can be a mean and how.

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How? Ibraheem alehissalaam said your luck, keep them safe. And the law says I will test you with fear. When are you afraid when you don't feel safe? Then he says if and he said give them all kinds of fruit. And Allah says I will test them with hunger while you fruit on the side hunger on the other side, Panama.

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And these people say Quran is not organized.

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And in the middle of the surah. In the middle, middle middle of this little

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allows liveagent talks about the change of the Kaaba, which is the middle of this nation. This this, this higher oma is centered around the Kaaba. And the Kaaba was built by who, Ibrahim and Islam who is in the middle of both of these nations, Rahim himself is in the middle of blue slime and blue smile. He's in the middle of Buffalo.

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And this house that was built as mentioned in the middle, and then because of this house, this was when the Kaaba was finally, you know, given its status again, then unless his academic agenda

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was written, so now that you have a new capital, when a nation has a capital than they have to be inaugurated as a nation, you know, when a new nation has to have a capital, and then they become a new sovereign nation, the oma became a new sovereign nation. And so we were called omac and masaba By the way, that is item number 143. We are called the middle nation in Aisle number what 143 how many I often Baqarah 286. We are called the middle nation in the middle I of

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course, was not organized.

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Anyway, what I want to talk to you about tonight is the last I asked

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that were given when I forgot where were they given to promise

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up in the heavens, they didn't come down he went up and these I asked were given at a place. So crazy, you know jabril and Sam, he has a very high station and he McKean is a very high place and he is the he delivers the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam all the way up, but there is some security clearance even he does not have

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he does not have that much security only a little luck can go some a lot harder.

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If you be honest and and tries to go his wings will burn off.

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So he goes by himself. These are IOD Not only did javelina his salon not given to them gibril are some could not give it 1010 he could not do it they had to come from Allah in that place.

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Those are these these ions

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and these are beginning and at this point I'm going to do now inshallah tada show you how the beginning and the end of the remarkably connected to appreciate what's happening at the end of the school. By the way, what did I say that this whole sort of come down at the same time? It took a long time. Yeah. So when it came

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Long time Are there other suitors that are being revealed at the same time? in the middle? So you could think of it like there are multiple open projects.

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None one, no one of them has finished. And when some IOD come down, the prophet knows a lot more and he was alone. These are

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the typical teleca Sora. He knows which I odd goes to which surah he knows. And this all of this was put together, you know, Allah can be can be helpful. I mean, Allah televic

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isn't as hard. There's no documentation, there's no papers will decide I should put here you should put in here. There's no Microsoft Word where you can copy paste the paragraphs and put, there's nothing. It's all in his heart. He's got

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the first statement armineh Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi nawabi he was

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the messenger, the messenger, and he sort of believed in what was sent down to him from his lab, and so did the believers. I want you to imagine this situation. Allah is telling this ayah total Sula Salaam directly.

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Clean bill Our job is to telling him directly

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and the thing he tells him is that total souls Lola Hollywood's gonna see if you're talking to someone.

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If I talk to you, if you're for example, a professor, I say you are sitting here. I don't say the professor is sitting here. Because if I'm talking to you, I use the second person. I don't use the third person, but Ally's talking to the messenger Alan's nottawasaga What does he say? Rasulullah. Let me put a Manta.

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He's talking to him directly. He didn't say you believe he sent a messenger believed. So Lola Harley will have that agreement. Linda Lee alliums latos law, even in his presence speaks on him in the third person to honor him on a salatu salam. The messenger is not just any messenger, the messenger believed, and Allah is letting him know that when Giblin first came on Instagram, when jabril first came, even the messenger had to accept Islam.

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Like you know, we say somebody converted to Islam, somebody reverted to Islam, somebody took Shahada.

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While the messenger hadn't started, some also had, in a sense, become Muslim. When will is when the angel King

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and that moment was a big moment. When the angel came, he has no idea what's going on.

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He has no clue what this is yet, when he's being shaken and he's being told to read read, he has no idea what's going on. Man.

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This is an incredible scene and when, when Russell especially goes up to meet with Allah, Allah reminds him of that theme.

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Metallica cinema, amantani Primo

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Amano studio.

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Messenger believes in what was revealed to him. And he sounds like you know what's remarkable about that?

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In the beginning of the surah what are the first words Alif Lam Meem Li ke kita. Valley, Calcutta, what is Alif Lam may mean people

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What does it mean? hlm.

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What does it mean?

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Like? They don't know. You know why that's important? for many reasons. One of the reasons is that before you study the Quran, the first thing you need to know is that you don't know anything.

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The first ayah tells you what you're worth,

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you know,

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a llama or lantana and if you don't have that attitude, you cannot understand the rest of the Quran. Forget it.

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But my understanding is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did he know how to read

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kumarakom Tacloban. Commonly human Kitab Amato have a meaning. And maybe ilumi. You know, he doesn't know how to read. Now when someone does not know how to read. The word Elif doesn't make any sense. The word lamb doesn't make any sense. The word meme doesn't make any sense, because these are letters of the alphabet. And the only people who learn the alphabet are people who learn how to what we need. So the first thing that was given in the surah is reminding you that the messenger himself or there is law to Islam has no clue how to read and yet out of his mouth comes forward. I live lamb meme, which is impossible for someone who doesn't read. That's like saying somebody doesn't know

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anything about English. They don't know any alphabet. They don't know any reading, but say w

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P are the word our wp QX these words don't mean anything. These letters don't mean anything on their own. They only mean something when you go to school and

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We learned the alphabet.

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Now why is that important? It's important because when the message began, and the messenger was told read,

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isn't that the same isn't as impossible as the messenger knowing I live in London? Isn't that the same problem? So Suna actually begins with almost a reminder of the fact that the messenger cannot read he is made to read Solomon lon he was then it says,

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radical Quran. He didn't say the Koran. He said Alec Al Kitab was

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something written.

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And something written can only benefit someone who can walk, be

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this messenger or these photos run is impossible for him to read. It has to be given to him by the way, those of you who don't know.

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That is called este mushara. And nanodot can be

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alkaff. Mommy,

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you know, the London Tokyo oldenbourg. Also, and then this El Capitan, it can be that Macau which is translated as the word that is actually just that, grammatically, it's just that

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the noun makes it further distance, the calf refers to the problem, the point the person you're talking to, let me make that easy. If I was talking to you, and I said, hey, look over there,

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pointing over there, but I'm trying to get your attention yet.

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So how do I point over there and get your intention? I say Valley key.

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The key The key is for her, so she can pay attention over there. And that lets me know that I'm pointing for the benefit of one person.

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If I was pointing over there for the benefit of all of you, I would say that he can

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do you find Valley coming across? Sure. When the angels were talking to millennium,

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salaam, Allah Allah, they don't say galica they call Luca Da Li ke. Why? Because they're getting her attention.

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Now when the ayah says daddy can Ankita

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and the current refers to one person whose

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first and foremost are still a lump sum.

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So that book that is been given to you that you can now read roughly what I'm trying to say. Here's the summarize point. What I'm trying to say is the beginning of the Quran, talks about the belief of the messenger himself. In what words Alif Lam Meem is about the messenger himself. Then he got Al Kitab is not the messenger himself, not a bot he who then lil

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Hakuna Taka who de la Vallee, Calcutta.

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laka law? No, no, no, not guidance for you. It is guidance for who? Then with a pin. So in the beginning of the surah, there is a transition belief in the messenger. And why would Why does he have to believe in this book? Why does he have to have no doubt whatsoever because it will serve as guidance for the people of taqwa which means the rest of us. Yeah. Now look at the end of the surah anon rasuluh Mr. Jones in a chemotherapy? What is that part talking about? The messenger believed in what was revealed to him from Islam, who is that talking about was clueless. And then it switches over immediately, while me No. And the belief just like the beginning, it started with the schools,

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Iceland, and switched over to the believers, the end also starts with total schools, and goes over to the believers will not be known. So

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how do you do that? What can I do that is years and years apart, even down to the sentence, even down to the sentence. Now, I want you to think about this.

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I talked to you about this before, but this is important to refresh.

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I am a student of psychology.

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And in psychology studies, you study something called abnormal behavior. It's called abnormal behavior. How do you define abnormal behavior? all the cars are going this way. One car is going that way.

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That guy is crazy.

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He's doing abnormal behavior.

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I'm talking to you in English. You talk to beam in Mandarin.

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That's everybody speaking in English. You're speaking in Mandarin. You have abnormal behavior. Everybody's dressed up. You're not wearing a shirt, abnormal behavior. How do you define abnormal behavior? when someone does something, nobody else is doing it. Everybody is doing one thing, this guy is doing something else. That is by the way, the definition of abnormal behavior. And when people behave in an abnormal way, they are considered crazy. If you're not a psychologist, if you're a psychologist who say this person is manic, delusional, schizophrenic, some kind of diagnosis. If you don't know psychology,

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you usually call them crazy.

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That's what you'll say. Now.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lived in Mecca for how long before he became a prophet.

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40 years, 40 years. 40 years later,

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the angel constantly gives him What?

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He believes it on the Russell, he had to believe it was a leap of faith for him to

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he couldn't you couldn't understand what was happening to you remember how he was in shock. And the mother of the believers had to calm him down. And she had to get confirmation for one more time. And often, this is the same angel that brings why he needed confirmation himself. It doesn't happen automatically. He needs to have permission to. But now imagine that you live in Mecca.

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You live in my car, and your neighbor in your neighborhood. There's an adult man, his name is Mohammed and you have known him for 40 years.

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Your family knows him for 40 years. Really nice, man. very honest, very kind, very gentle, very reliable.

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And then one day after 40 years comes to your house.

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knocks on the door.

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Hey, how's it going? Hey, listen, I want to talk to you about something. Last night. An angel came to me when I was out in the middle of the cave. I was I was spending a lot of time in the cave. And an angel came.

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And he grabbed me. And he shocked me. And he told me to read.

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And I told him I don't know how to read, but that he made me read anyway.

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And so I am the messenger of Allah.

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I am you're laughing You're right, you should be laughing. I'm the Messenger of Allah.

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I know you have known me for 40 years as your neighbor. But today, I am no longer just your neighbor. I am no longer just your friend. I am the messenger of Allah. Messenger of God, who he sends an angel to.

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And I say

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What did you have for dinner last night?

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Are you feeling okay?

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And by the way, not only am I it's not easy to believe a hard to believe.

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It's very hard to believe. It's very hard to believe it's not easy to believe.

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And if you like him, you're not as enemy. You're his neighbor. You like him?

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You feel bad for him?

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Wouldn't you? If somebody came to you in 2015 and said I know you know an angel speaks to me. It was a poor guy. The hospital is highway.

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But you know what, 1400 years ago is not any different. If you were living at that time, and somebody said an angel speaks to me, you would say exactly the same thing.

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Your first reaction would be that this man has lost his mind. Poor man has gone insane. That's what you would even if you feel good, you're not making fun of him. You feel girlfriend. You used to be such a nice man.

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What happened to him?

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Who gets worried about you, your family gets worried about

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your neighbors get worried about you. They feel bad for you.

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And everybody else thinks you're crazy.

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The only one who says you're not crazy is you.

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Now you tell me if you live in Bahrain, and there's one man. Everybody calls him crazy.

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And he says no, all of you are crazy. Because you don't believe me?

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Who are we going to think is right?

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The population that one man?

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One man.

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You and I are Muslims today is very easy.

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being Muslim today is not crazy. Why not? We are one fifth of the world's population. It's very easy to be Muslim.

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Because you have other people who are doing it too. And you find validation. But if you're the only one

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that is hard. And I tell you it was hardest for rasulillah himself.

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It was the hardest.

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He knows he's a very intelligent man. He knows that when he goes down and he speaks to the people. What are they going to call him?

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They're gonna call him and say that they call him what you do and by the way, yeah.

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So now

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the messenger himself has to take a leap of faith.

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Messenger himself, Elisa latos law, had to come to believe had to be convinced and so by the way, if everybody calls you crazy

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Is there a chance you might start thinking maybe they're right?

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Possible yet? Maybe I should take some medication.

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The messenger Elisa, awesome how many people telling him he's crazy?

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And then they say some people say, you know what, okay, you're not crazy.

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Where's the angel?

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Kiss him? No, you can you can.

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You can see, you guys know about the addictively? You guys know but usually when a man walked in and sat down and asked him about Islam, and then what? email and then what?

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And then he left.

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And also, Cicilline says, you know who that was?

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And there's no.

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And then it was, Who was he? up if he were sitting there was like,

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this is an act of faith.

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You really have to do it. Sure. You know, you don't have elevators not a small thing. It's a big thing. And it was much bigger for them. By the way, he's the only one who believes and anybody who believes in him will also be called what?

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Crazy? What's wrong with you? Why are you joining this cult?

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You know, these people believe in angels.

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You don't dispense as his words come from God.

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This is what you would hear. And he has heard this for so long.

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And now he goes to meet with a law and the law tells him I appreciate your remarks.

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So if you

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look towards Amanda rasuluh, Lima, Angela, la, la,

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la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la La is called the Albion Macmillan module, the passive form, you know, the elemi. Again, it's simple English. Let me tell you what that means.

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You say in English,

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it was sent down.

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You don't say I sent it down? You say it was sent down? When you say it was sent down a prayer? For example, if I say it was sad.

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What's the question that comes in your mind when I say it was said?

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For example, if I say good things were said, By who?

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But who that man was killed by whom?

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My cake was eaten by whom?

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When you say the passive form, there's a question. The question is who?

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When he says it was sent down? What question does it create?

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Who by who? sent it down? Allah made the language mysterious on purpose, just like he did in the beginning of the surah when Marina Luna Bhima Xena in a coma on Xena

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Xena in a car

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again at the end of the show, it's a mystery what was sent down or what was sent down? isn't the first time he heard it. He didn't even know what was happening. It's coming down but I don't know what this is from. So Allah adds metal rugby he then he solves the mystery.

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Then is the first ones you learn

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that from his master. Here is your wish ways to say this. And Nepal failure. Minh Khawaja Nova halal Kalani makalah what Allah Managua Sulu Bhima de la la

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la la min

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for for mother Cara hi Pamela first he doesn't mention who did it that he mentions who did it

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look you know, let me tell you in English easy the cake was eaten by me

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What's an easier way to say that guys?

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I ate the cake.

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Why are you going to start like Star Wars

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you will see if

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you know that book was published by no they published the book. See easy he made the mystery because that's exactly the journey when you first hear this column you don't know what hit you What is this? I don't know what this is

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it's some it's not from here it's from somewhere else. And then eventually you discover it is from you're

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just like that the journey is captured in Anzhi La La he never be look at the journey of Armand labia love Lauren who here's the column hiding behind the falafel acaba. Here's the column here's a speech of a love and first response.

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This is nice

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poetry or genre

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is not the word of a poet.

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So where's it from them got him when he got him.

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And then finally he understands karate, he turns a loom

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you know, it's sent down from the master from the hub. I'll move along. So now, where is the messenger again? Where is this ayah coming from?

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No human being has ever been there.

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This is the only time

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this is the closest we've ever human humanity has ever been to a last panel titled The next closest thing in the history of humanity was moose Harley Salaam, and he didn't get higher than a mountain.

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He was on top of a mountain and he spoke with a low Yeah.

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But you know, when someone says, you know, Jake Tanaka in yamasa, you came right on time. Exactly. And he had a much higher appointment.

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Now, he is up there talking to us a little less a little larger than and he says to him sudo Viva la la hora, he won me noon. My goodness. And the believers did it.

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He mentioned us there.

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I understand that as soon as mentioned earlier,

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but anybody who believes in that messenger, and firms their email and the messenger has also been mentioned in the company and will law and the highest of all revelation in

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this bulletin You and I are imagine there is nothing more noble. You will not find dignity and respect anywhere, anywhere higher. You know, you feel special. If the principal of the school calls your name.

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You feel special at the award ceremony when they invite our ease.

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Right and he gives you an award he calls your name and it gives you an award.

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You feel special if the president of a country the king of a country they call you and they'd have a personal meeting and they mentioned you he talked about me he mentioned my name

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the messenger his thought was Salaam is in the greatest throne there ever was. And you are being talked about.

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These are not special.

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These ions have elevated the believer like no other ion.

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We are being mentioned in that company. So

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every time you recite these IOD you and I should remember the station that Allah has given us. No Muslim is insignificant to Allah.

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No Muslim is insignificant. I don't know your names. I don't know. Allah knows every one of your names. And every one of you that has really man in their heart has been mentioned in

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every one of you in that one word one mean on

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beginning with the Sahaba and until now

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and then so that's the first honor right?

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But the second honor

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the second honor that I wanted to highlight

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is that

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a lot of in the Quran describes the greatness of the prophets of Allah

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and we know we will never be close to the prophets

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he's always going to be here we're always going to be down here No matter if we were the best we could ever be. We can not come close to the dust on his feet. It's never gonna happen. Well Allah mana pecan Rasul Allah has some higher status. But in this one ayah

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he didn't just bring himself he didn't just bring you close to Allah. He brought you close to Allah to some Aloha and if some cake, Cologne, Amana what is the word cool include?

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It includes the messenger, and it includes you in the previous ayah it was not a soul believed and the believers believe there were two words or two words. Now in the next statement, cologne combines both of us together now we are inseparable Cologne and Abdullah he, every one of them, everyone, every single one believed now in love with me and also the loss of a lot more money in the same word.

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He put us in the same word,

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power law, the closeness that Allah wants us to have total civil law so the law is inside this one word.

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I'm gonna build it for my life. It was really every one of them believed in Allah and His angels and his books and his messengers. And why I mentioned all of this. The Muslims are the last Omar that will walk this earth. She had the last oma

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all the books before us

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The best of them has been recorded in the football.

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Are there things in the Quran that were from the war he given to doubt and inshallah? Yeah, are the things in the Quran from what was given to Abraham and inshallah? Yeah. Are there things in the Quran from what was given to musasa? Yeah.

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Does the Torah have what the Quran has no only little bit?

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Does the Quran has no only little bit.

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We have the best of every one of the previous revelations.

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actually believing in this one book is truly the definition of believing in all the previous books.

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And this is so important to understand.

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You know, we think that the Christians and the Jews, they also believe in the prophets.

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They also have Abraham, they also have Noah, they also have Moses, yes.

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Let me tell you, they do believe in those prophets, but they don't believe in those prophets.

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They do and they don't. If you study Moses in the Bible, and you study Messiah for our Elisa, it's like you're talking about two different people.

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If you study Ibrahim alayhis salam in the Koran, and you study Abraham in the Bible, and the things they say about him in the Bible, you will not believe that that is Ibrahim Alayhi. Salam they're talking about.

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You will not believe it. I've experienced because I've had conversations with rabbis and ministers, about Abraham, about Noah about Moses. I've learned many things from them. And the most important things I've learned is they don't know what our soul means.

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I don't know what that means.

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You know, Ibrahim alayhis salam above and beyond

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that maybe that greater soon

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when they talk about him, I was asking a rabbi, I was talking to him. I said, What do you believe about Abraham? What is the biggest lesson you learn from Abraham?

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And you know what the Muslims learn right? If Kala la hora boo Aslam Cora, a Stanford. That is what we learned from Abraham is on how do you submit to Allah? So I'm asking the rabbi, what do you learn from Abraham?

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And the rabbi tells me, friend of mine, he tells me, Well, what we learn is that we have the right to argue with God.

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See, not again.

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Can we learn to argue with God?

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From who? from Abraham? Oh,

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wait, wait, wait, wait, hold on a second. What we learned from Abraham is that there are no arguments you just submit.

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The one man who is the greatest example that you never argue with a law you just submit, ooh,

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Abraham, and the rabbi tells me that Abraham inspired us to argue with God

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about reverse engineering dude.

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Those reverse engineering

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how the code is currently goes in reverse. How would you do that? He goes, Well, you know, Abraham, he When the angels came to destroy the nation of loot, he negotiated, that must mean that you should negotiate with God and everything.

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I said, you know, you need to explain yourself more, my friend, I don't I don't understand. Because you know, I'll explain it to you. It's like a father and a son relationship. When a son is small. The father tells him sit over there, go over there, go over there. And he does is the son just listens. Yeah.

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But when the son gets older, and the father says, you should you should study accounting, and the senses, I think, Dad, I should study engineering instead. And he gives arguments and the father says, okay, makes sense.

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So as the son gets older, he gets more mature, and he can make his own opinions. And you can argue with his Father and the Father is proud of him, because my son is becoming a man and he can argue with me now.

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And I said, What does that have to do with a lot?

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We're not the son of a llama, hula. What are you talking about? He goes, Well, you know, the idea is the older you get, the more mature you get. The more you have the right to what

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argue when you're a child, you just trust your parents. When you get older, you can argue, I was like, Okay, I have one question. Ibrahima, they believe that the one that was slaughtered, the one that was slaughtered was who? We believe it's a smart, they believe it is his talk. So I asked him when Abraham slaughtered Isaac, where he was trying to slaughter Isaac, according to you was he was he a young man or an old man?

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Abraham was an old man.

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I was like so as he got older and he should be arguing with alive and more young.

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According to you.

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So when the angels are going to kill another nation, he argues, but according to you, when he's going to kill his own son, he doesn't argue

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He should at least a one that's my son. Can you give them a discount here?

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Can I just slap him instead? Instead of you know

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there is no negotiation

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you know, for the Muslim amatola hula Jimmy

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you talking about he got older, but he's increased in submission not in negotiation.

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Oh, he goes you make an interesting point. Is it okay? That's enough

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that's the that's the the rabbi's way of saying I don't want to talk to you anymore, is when they say you make an interesting point.

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But anyway, let's move along.

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You know, I'm gonna rasuluh

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therapy one minute, one minute or in the beginning or at the end

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at the end, because you know, in some sense our human and the amount of muscle size alone cannot be compared, even though Giovanna Gemma bunnahabhain enough to be fairly wide. Alana, right is one verb. But there is a difference between our Ivana the messenger semen and the similar language is using the Quran when Abraham Ali Salaam was building the karma. Allah says what you do fall over Rahim. Allah COVID wa

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hora de Krishna.

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He put it all the way at the end. Why? Because Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam is the chief architect. He is the main architect and who's the assistant as far as the smile is and has helped helping, but it's not the same status as Abraham on a Santa Rosa Southern has human our human is not the same status.

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You see, you guys know this will hover calm Ayana. Right. It's not the same. Allahu

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fallopian Beloved.

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You know, he's under a different level, those who say some semen is on a different level. Now I'm going to move along.

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The believers are being talked about all of them believed in Allah, his books, his you know, his messengers.

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We the Muslims are actually one of our jobs in the world is to restore the integrity and the beauty of all the messengers and all the previous books. And you can only do that when you share the Quran with the entire world. The Jews don't know who Moses is, I tell you, they don't know who Abraham is. The Christians don't actually know who Jesus is. We know who he is. And we have to tell them.

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People think when you give dolla dolla to Islam, you have to tell people who Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam I argue they will not appreciate Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because they don't even appreciate their own profits yet. The Quran has come to restore the dignity of their prophets. I go to churches and I talk about Jesus. I go to churches and I talk about Moses, I talk about Abraham from the Quran, I was talking about Abraham Allen Salaam and one of the Guru's and the same Rabbi was sitting in the audience. He was crying the whole time.

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was crying the whole time. And everything I say is the opposite of what he means.

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The opposite and he's still crying. Because they know

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now the food Oh, come on.

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No, no, this is our job, people. We have to know this book. And we have to share the beauty of this book. Now I don't want you to forget so I keep reminding you, where are we? Where is the scene in the company of a lot. Listen to the next words carefully. La mojari kobina Roscoe de la, Cabeza de la Rosa de, we do not make any distinction between any of the messengers.

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We do not make any distinction who's speaking

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this qalamoun nano, nano for beinahe Murali, we don't make any distinction between messengers, the speaker is us.

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And it's in what person you know there's third person and second person and first person third person is they don't distinguish between messengers. second person would be you don't distinguish between messengers. First person wouldn't be one. We don't distinguish between messengers. When you say we that is the first person now rhetorically speaking, the third person is the furthest he is far away.

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You is closer and nobody is closer to you than who yourself allows origin in this ayah directly put us what comes out of our mouth directly.

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On that interface, he quoted us, we quote Allah in this instance, Allah is quoting us nanocone kobina.

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Talk about the honor given to the Muslims in this ayah desire to have a special place for a reason

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Well, Carlos,

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by the way, when we say we don't make any distinction between profits, I want to clarify an important confusion that Muslims have that I've seen many times that we need to get let go of. In the Quran there's a lot of talk about use of a salon. Yeah, it talks about Busan. So we learn lessons from the life of Yusuf and blackfog Hassan Hassan, some people say, Yeah, no, we don't learn too much from them, because they're Sherry Iseman. So

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there is a there is the law that was given to them, the way that was given to them no longer applies, we believe in the *ty are given to who are sort of lost. Yeah, you will in turn.

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It is mentioned in the Quran. And when it's mentioned in the Quran, it is mentioned because these parts of their legacy are timeless.

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Allah does not mentioned something in the Quran because it does not apply. Allah mentioned something in the Quran because it will always apply, even if it's from us on Islam, even if,

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even if it's from

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an idiotic thing it is to say, Well, no, no, this is not Sharia.

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Wait, it's in the Quran, which is

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we mean, the only time we listen to God is when he's talking about us little law. This is what this is all, law.

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Every messenger is valuable to us. Every mystery is valuable. By the way, these messengers are so valuable that they were even valuable total pseudo law himself, some of them How does the Muslim signal valuable to us? We only care about sort of law, by the way, by extension, how many people got upset because the Charlie Hebdo

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show hands how many people got upset because of the car? You know, incident? I was upset. I was really upset.

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How many people get upset because of The Simpsons? Because of Family Guy? Because Jesus has made fun of because Moses has made fun of there is no protests in the Muslim world because Jesus was made fun of there's no protest because Moses was made fun of there's no protest because Adam was made fun of they make they draw naked pictures of Adam and Eve. Nobody no Muslim gets offended. Oh, that's just Christian. What these are are messengers.

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Not messengers. Now nofollow.

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We are supposed to stand for all the messengers all the same.

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What's the point of believing in this colony? We don't do that.

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No, no, that's just a Christian thing.

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That's just tell me no, they can do that as their problem their profits. Go on. God came and said those are all your problems.

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Little suicide salon combines the best qualities of all the profits in one and one little schools I tell them is going through difficult times. One of the suicides Elon himself is having a difficult time alone gives him Iok about other profits.

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Listen to me carefully. When the Prophet is stressed solution what is the law tell him about other problems? So in his most difficult our, Allah gives him the examples of useless yeah

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manzana Allah, Allah Li, Tasha, Allah Takahashi halifa Musa.

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You're having trouble. Think about Muslim?

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How can the Rasool himself Salah LaGuardia, find comfort in these profits? And we don't find comfort in these moments. Finding comfort and finding guidance in these profits is a sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu.

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That is what we have to do. Now we're being quoted we don't make any distinction between prophets. Allah, may Allah Allah,

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Allah subhana wa Taala

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these peoples who said we here and we were

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we obey

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Allah so proud of people who believe. And then he says, here's what belief means. These people here and they want obey to how many parts of this instruction to the first part is hearing. The second part is obeying. The problem is we don't hear and we don't always

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if you want to hear you have to go. Listen to what Ally's saying. You have to make time for the Quran. You have to make time for my own zealot, you lay him up. You have to sit in the gurus. You're sitting here right now, what are you doing? Send me I know what this does is done. What are you going to do?

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You understand? to this, what we're doing right now is fulfilling what Allah mentioned on an option.

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You imagine you just think you're sitting in a program in a nice auditorium.

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We're fulfilling an eye out of Allah. The angels are writing this down. A lot is proud of us. Allah Himself takes pride in us. When we do these things. Don't underestimate the value of these

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things people just think they're putting an event together. This the organization's name is called Vienna, it's called Falak is called seven care. They're doing this. No, no, no, these are believers doing a lot of work and a lot recognizes that these labels don't mean anything.

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What really means is what's actually happening when the word of a lie is being shared.

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I was raised in an a Pakistani family. I don't you know, I think most of you that have raised been raised in an average Muslim family until the time that you are teenagers or even 20 years old, you know very little about the Quran. Very, very little about

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you memorize some sutras. You've heard some footballs here and there, but you never actually took the time to study or think about or ponder, reflect on the Quran, true or no.

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Which means we are an oma masala

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we didn't hear. Now, if you don't hear, obviously, you're not going to walk away. So if you want to fix the problem of the online,

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people keep saying you did Muslims have to obey Muslims have to obey Muslims have to obey I say no.

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Muslims have to work first. Listen, let them listen first. When they listen, then if there is good in their heart, they will obey.

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We're not even giving them a chance to listen.

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That's what we have to do right now. That's what has to happen.

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And the other reason By the way, you could just say autonomy, autonomy,

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autonomy, why

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there's a reason without some of the cannot be car.

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Okay, now last summer.

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You don't have somebody's not gonna have power. If we do not provide the opportunity to the entire oma to understand the beauty of the word of love. To hear the covenant of love in a loving way that assumes like someone taught it in a loving way. A lot taught it in the merciful

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Nana Jabbar, Allah Quran,

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Allah, Allah has to be taught by Rama. When you teach Quran with Rama 10 people will listen and when they listen naturally what will come obedience.

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The problem is we keep complaining about obedience and we don't give them a chance to listen.

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We don't give them rules. They expect people to come to him or did he go to the people?

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He went to the people what do we do we expect the people to come to us Mali how Allah Allah tala massage.

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They will come to the machetes, people.

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mala Han?

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What's wrong with these people? They don't know.

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What's wrong with you, man? You have to follow the guidance of the messengers. You have to go to them. You have to go to them. Which means we have to learn to figure out how do we reach them? How do we reach people?

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We have to reach them through television, through the internet through friends. We have to reach them at restaurants. We have to address them at the university.

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We have to reach them while they're playing sports. share something with them. Not everything has to be formalized. Not everything has to be from actually I reached you before you reached me

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know that right?

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I reached you have

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podcast. Got some I got some way of getting to you. I messed you up somehow.

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And then I came here.

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And I came from a short distance you came from a long distance from home. But you know, actually, but you had to come here and you came. You're ready. Why are you here? It's like, it's a nice evening. You could be doing so many other things. There must be some really nice shawarma places here. You know?

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Are you

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you know this the fact that you came here is actually a kind of a taco.

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You took an act you got in your car, you left home, you didn't watch movie, you didn't listen to some

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songs or something. You came here this is an act of obedience. But this happened because you did what first before listening first. As formula works guys, we don't have to reinvent it.

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We just have to use it effectively. Now we say well fra Karana by the way the Indonesian came before us they were also told that you know to listen

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you know what Carlos Carlos Havana wah

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wah scenario. Listen, and they said we listen and we disobeyed. We listened and we disobey. But this Quran is not like the Torah. It's not this Quran is morges this Quran me

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Even the kuffaar fall into such that

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even kuffaar valentus Iser,

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which means if this Quran is presented properly, it's going to be very hard to turn away.

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And if people are not listening to the word of Allah, that must mean nothing is missing in the Word of Allah, you know what it means? We don't know how to explain it. We don't do a good job, you know, showing how it's beautiful. Nothing is wrong with the book of Allah, something is wrong with us.

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If we did our job, and people will be affected, who frolla Karana we beg your forgiveness or Rob, we beg you for forgive, we are being contrasted with a man who is flying solo head pattern. Now.

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They were told say Hector, Allah forgive your sins.

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And what did they do? hindpaw.

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We changed the

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They change the word but these believe this online returns Allah, Allah. We already told me You forgive us. Forgive us. So maybe now I'll talk now. Veronica strange. Listen to why it's strange. We here we obey. We beg you to forgive us. We, you should ask for forgiveness, not when you obey. You should ask for forgiveness when you disobey. Right? That's logical, isn't it? When you don't listen, you should ask for forgiveness. When you disobey you should ask for forgiveness. Now always saying we hear we obey. Please forgive us.

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Because Allah for a long time we didn't hear. And for a long time, we didn't obey. Please forgive us. We're ready now. I'm here. Now your love Forgive me. You know what this is giving you is is giving you the ultimate chance. If you haven't been listening, and you haven't been obeying the door is not closed a lot. Open that door in the harsh. Oh.

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So beautiful. He's open. He's open that door for you. There's never too late. Never too late. Don't let anybody tell you that you're going to jahannam

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that you're going after the children worthless that you're evil that you don't have the mind. We are so cruel to each other. We're lucky I get so angry. I don't get angry at the political situations in the world. I get angry at the psychological torture Muslims do to each other. I get really angry about that. I met a woman just right now when I was in Qatar, I met a woman who lost her baby.

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Her baby was three months old and he died.

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She's she wants to talk to me. She couldn't finish her sentence. He kept crying. She says I want to see him in my dream. Is that okay?

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My my my family tells me that I don't have summer. This is not good other Buddha law that you want to see your child in your dream.

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I don't even say you will in time. You will Mr.

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It some mother. She lost her baby. She misses her baby. She wants to see her baby in her dream. And you're saying she doesn't have something is wrong with you.

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Yahoo wants to

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is he sad for years or years or no? And is does he does he have some muncom for someone Jimmy.

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If a father jacoba nature, no prophet has a right to have someone and still cry and still be sad to the point where his eyesight goes away. How are you telling a woman she doesn't have something? How dare you?

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We do this to people.

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We do this to people. This other brother came to me. He says when I read Quran I stumbled

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yada yada yada

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he like that.

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He says I was telling me that if your heart was clean you could recite

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his crying he says your love He says man could you tell me what I have done wrong? Because alive not letting me read on

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I must be doing a lot of sins right?

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So no.

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I said you know Muslim in a salon used to stutter

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which means he did not have perfect that read when he recited

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in other words

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when I cuddle up

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when a coup de

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la caja Kareem Kereama kurama mahkamah Hola. Hola.

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So Allah gave a messenger a stutter, and he was a Noble Messenger of Allah. How are you?

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Telling someone they don't recycle and purely or they don't have the perfect degree or they stumble, they must not be a good person. How dare you do that?

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Allah is willing to, he just wants to see effort from you.

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What's the point of the Hadith, malaria, Cromwell Koran waiata. tataki

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was the boy

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with karate stumbles in it, he has a hard time he still gets twice the reward. He gets double, because he has a hard time and he still goes through it. He still struggles. We make people feel guilty in the name of Islam. And voila here we are dishonest to Islam when we do that. It's a big crime before Allah. Allah wants to forgive and you want to punish.

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Allah wants to give a second chance and you want to close the door.

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This is what the oma has to stop. When you study Quran, the door gets opened. When you don't listen to the last book. You end up closing doors. You make more things haram than ulimate.

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In your mind, everything is haram until proven Hello.

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What is wrong with you, dude?

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He put little things in this world so you can live well. He didn't make this world life for you to be miserable. We ask Allah for forgiveness.

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We will make mistakes even when we obey you. We're not gonna obey perfectly. Even when we listen. We're not gonna listen perfectly like that girl over there. Who's on Facebook right now? I'm kidding.

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You know? What's Okay, I'm gonna forgive, Veronica, but mostly until you alone is the place from return. I want to tell you a little bit about the word Nasim. This is gonna be a long lecture. I'm not nearly done. I'm not gonna lie to you. I'm not gonna say I just need five more minutes. I'm just gonna keep talking until my voice goes.

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If you want to sleep, go ahead.

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If you want to talk to your friends in the meantime, go ahead. I have six children. I can talk to anything.

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It doesn't matter to me. Okay, now.

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I will tell you about the word must leave.

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There are two meanings there to everything POTUS argues that Sora saraya serum combines two meanings is full on another side in Allah.

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say it also means the end of something

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which is why some translation say in a kind must leave you alone is the final return. Yeah, that's what Sunnah also means us baja

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sarama Sleeman de Marana Oscar Hammerstein II became a Muslim to transform.

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The combined combination of those meanings to you Allah is the place where we will finally return and heading to you, we will experience transformation.

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What a lie is telling us is when we are before a law and judgment table, we do a completely different creature, we will might might not be the same. You know, this is not a National Opera.

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This is a national or something else. But the as we are journeying to Allah, we are every single day experiencing some transformation. Every single day something is changing inside of us. That is what's supposed to happen. Your goal Listen to me carefully. Your goal is not to memorize the Quran. Your goal is not to learn Arabic Your goal is not to know all of the jury. Their goal is not to do this number about or that their goal is not to get it as often although this is not your goal. Your goal is progress.

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Your goal is what progress does everybody make the same progress some people make slow progress some people make fast progress. Allah does not care. All the luck hairs is that you are making progress.

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I told this young fellow who couldn't recite for arm you know there are people who recite Quran beautifully, beautifully. You listen to them and you're like, Oh my god, this is like the voice of an angel. Who is amazing. But that guy is worthless to Allah. Because he's the if if he only recites hold on to impress people

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worthless. And you're sitting in your living room, taking 30 minutes to recite Fatiha and you can recite the heart properly your day. See you say that in Mozilla bit.

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If you do that, you're mature trying. Your shift says a lawyer he rarely, rarely, rarely, rarely, rarely. And Malibu Beach Alma was Ruby, Ruby born me

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wildly, wildly, wildly.

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And you know what? Nobody's impressed with your recitation. But

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he loves it.

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He loves it

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would even though your your resolution is totally Pandu is horrible to me it's bad to Allah He loves it. Why? Because you're trying. Because you are trying. That's all.

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That's all it is.

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We have made artificial goals. There are some people who study Koran. Ladies, I'm talking to you you have a problem. You have some of you study then you have obsessive compulsive disorder until I know all the words of the Quran. I don't know anything until I don't memorize this photo. I don't know anything Oh my God, I have to finish this given cuz you don't have to finish even High School. You have to finish relax, ladies. compound. You have to make progress. You do not this dean of this book is so beautiful. But you have to balance your money.

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You have to build you have to study a little bit and you have to live your life because the Quran wants you to stop reading Quran. You know that the Quran doesn't want you to read the Quran all day. Allah subhanho wa Taala

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go outside, go look at a bird.

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Here's an exercise, go look at a verb.

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Go look at a mountain.

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Go look at the mountain.

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Go look at all kinds of creation on the earth. What is the obscene of one out Baba bah Ha ha, Liliana.

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When Allah, Allah, Allah, then around the earth, He made it for all kinds of creatures, not meaning of that is your pool of Nuka Cola. Coca Cola

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is having a large,

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go to the earth and look at the different kinds of creatures and look around the Earth. You wanted to see them desire, you need to go to the land, you need to see different species

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need to see different different kinds of animals. That is that the seat of this land

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was ariake law wins that sale. You can read the seat of the IRA. When are you going to experience the iron? When the wind blows up once you experience life, he does want you to experience a library you guys. You're not a good Muslim. If you studied in your whole life. That is not what Allah wants. By the way. That's what rabbis do a study 17 hours a day. They study a lot. That's all they do is study. They become weird people. You know, people who study a lot. They're strange people. You know that right? Because they don't deal with people they deal with books. When you deal with books, you don't know how to deal with people, so they're always awkward.

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Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam used to deal with people all the time, had a balance in his life. People say I have no time. I have no time for my family. Because I'm studying Dean.

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Pardon my language will look at my tape. Are you talking about?

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You idiot? What are you talking about? You know, pseudo,

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intellectual Latino community in which

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people come to la sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and they knock on his door and he is where is he in the masjid? Is he giving Dawa somewhere? Where is he? At home?

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He's at home. And they come and ask him and unless I don't bother him

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when Sahaba stay too late at the prophets house.

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But Allah reveals the ayah you need to go Leave him alone. He has a family life.

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He has a family life.

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We read these if we don't apply them.

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We have to find balance. Otherwise, we're going to turn into bunnies fly in. And that's not a good thing to be. It didn't work out for them, let me tell you.

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So now, this transformation what you will see still on a large law, the law you can be from

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a law does not put any burden on anybody except that it is within their capacity. In law.

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There's a there's two meanings here. And the second meaning is complicated. I pray to Allah that He gives me the ability to simplify it for you because it's very powerful.

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You see law you can leap Allahu nevsun

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is different

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except within its capacity

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but he says Illa masala have when I was on the street in LA was haha there's a difference

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the first meaning is a level never tell you to do something that you cannot do that's easy easy meaning yeah Allah will never tell you to do something that you cannot do some people say Mashallah you pray five times

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amazing all five

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every day

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on time

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MiG tau and luggage metal feet

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I only have 10 minutes No way. I have like an hour

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10 minutes

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I only have 10 minutes but you know, luckily

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you pray five times every day. Yeah. You know what? That's because you know, you never say to someone, you stop at red lights. Everyone

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every day.

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Amazing. MiG tau hot leg is micklefield

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you have to respect the law. It's not a big deal.

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It's not too hard. Glen never gave you any regulation that's too hard. Ever. La la la COVID de

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la wouldn't put any difficulty in reading for you at all. It's almost promise. That's what was promised. Here's the second meaning all this is epic.

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Was that was the is the extent to which you can do something.

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Okay. Also then means your full potential was a means what? your full potential is my potential the same as your potential? No. And your potential is not the same as my potential

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alone will not give you responsibility in your life to every single person except that they have in them the ability to handle their problems, their challenges, a lot wants to make you realize your full potential on kulu yamano Allah shakeela tea. This is why Allah does not stay here. Now you can leave from Lahore NASA, know that you can leave la who is enough snow enough sun. And Nikita why every person is different. Every person has a different kind of potential. You have to identify your potential. And then Allah will ask you, why didn't you give me the best of your potential? I gave you so much intelligence. Why didn't you use your brain? I gave you so much good social skills. How

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come you didn't make more friends and make that a way to bring people to Islam? I gave you so much creativity. Why didn't you become a film producer and teach people Islam through film? Why didn't you do it? You have so much potential. I hear you that potential. A lot of gamers that well I'm a cool image I'm acoustic Lavina v give spent a lot for a lot what he has given you. He left some things with you. Allah says I will not put a burden on you. So when I say I couldn't be doing a lot of things with my life, and you could think I shall law that was a good talk. I only slept for one hour. But if you if you're listening to this, you can be impressed with what I do. When I cannot be

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impressed with what I do. Because I know I have more one potential. There's so much stuff I haven't done that I'm capable of doing. And a lot did not put that the burden on me is my potential. That's the second meaning. My load my responsibility is my potential. Not just the outcome of Allah because the outcome of a lot with a lot of hookipa you need to love who you have divine from Allah wants to lighten your burden. The Deen of Islam is easy. No, no No but your potential How will make you go high. That is something else. When an athlete wants to perform at the peak performance does he have to go through hard training?

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He has to go through torture every day. The amount of exercise the amount of rigorous training the nasty food he has to eat.

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And he can eat cake. He can drink soda he can do all that stuff because he has to meet his potential. You have to make sacrifices to reach your potential.

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And a lot of told you that on and off slaving no excuses people. No excuses. Everybody better hit their potential nahama

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McMaster but he will he will have to your advantage. Whatever you earn easily and earning with allies easy every time you make efforts. It is easy earning with a love. Well I lay her back against it and what he

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People make so much effort to earn. People make so much effort to, you know sin is actually difficult, unless you're a fifth law, fifth law law that's within us. That is Holla Holla Holla Holla Holla. The nature on which Allah made you is obedience is easy. is easy. Yasha sutra who in Islam is just becomes open he can breathe easy when he obeys a lot, but when he disobeys his chest becomes tight and his

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feet ama hole Mahmoud watch the hard way

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Satan's what the things we do that hurt us they actually unless referred to reversing the equation you know for a lot of people they think things are easy obedience difficult.

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One believers believe all their definitions change. When you really have him on your definitions change for everybody else. sins are easy, obedience is difficult. But Allah use the easy word with good deeds and he use the difficult word with sins now hava cassava,

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For you. Obedience is easy. And disobedience is difficult if you have demand

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and this will be the gift of a lot of you. For everyone else. disobedience will be easy for you alone will make disobedience difficult.

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And for you For everyone else, obedience to Allah will be difficult and for you obedience to Allah will be easy. This is la la casa de la la la, la casa but what an amazing gift from Allah. He reverses the reality for most people if they just haven't been along with our dominion.

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Rob now we got to ask him Please don't grab us. Don't hold us in nesina if we forget or if we keep making mistakes is forgetting a small problem or a big problem.

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Some people they think it's a small Brian forgot no big deal.

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Big deal. Let me tell you how big a car is. Well, aka hidden in the main cabin

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Why did Arthur Marlin salon gets sent to the earth one of the reasons that lead describes because he forgot.

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forgetfulness can get you out of jhana

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according to the Quran, forgetfulness is not a small problem, it is a big problem. Now, let me tell you about forgetfulness. A couple of comments are necessary about forgetfulness.

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The The best example I can think of is a little magenta Allah

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yo Morocco Mahajan. for you in Abu Muhammad

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sallahu wa so

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the day on which Allah will gather people, he will tell them what they did a level record of what they did, but they had forgotten it. You forget something when it's not a big deal.

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You forget something when it's not a big deal when something is important. You don't forget

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when something is not that important you forget I'll call you back. He never called me back. Oh, I forgot.

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Okay, what if your wife calls you, you better call her back.

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If you if you love your life

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you better not forget you if you tell her you forgot.

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In Alabama when

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it was nice knowing you

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try you forgot. You come home I tell you what.

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That will officer in the skeena boom grab us when we if we forget how people forget. When does when does a young man forget to pray?

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When is watching a movie?

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watching the movie The curtains are drawn is watching the watch a Muslim came out of left. Oh my god, I

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totally forgot.

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When you forget, you forget when you get busy with things that are less important. And you leave things that are more important.

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You have to make an effort in your life to not allow important things to be forgotten. This takes planning and it takes effort. It doesn't happen automatically.

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We are asking a law. Robin Allah to Allah in the center. Notice is your mother and mommy in Nancy,

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our law in the Siena

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family every Monday for sure.

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When you put a conditional statement, when you use the past tense if we've got if we made a mistake. The benefit of that is that it should happen once the mobile app here is similar. What to allow the video to

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happen one time, your life one time I forget if one time I make a mistake forgive

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You're not telling them a Yama you know, I forget a lot. So, by the way, I make a lot of mistakes. So just forget No no, Allah I will do my best never to make a mistake. I will make my best do my best, never to forget, but will it happen? Yes, it will happen, but it won't happen on purpose if it was the present tense it would have allowed for you to forget and make mistakes on purpose. Just the past tense alone is letting you know that this cannot happen on purpose it's a once in a while thing Yes, it will happen a young law just don't grab us by the way when he was found in Word grabbed either an insulin was grabbed because he forgot Yeah. And now we're seeing Yeah, Allah give us more

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Rama than other medicine because when other mother insulin was grabbed think about this other man Islam was grabbed he went from Genoa to where earth so he went from high to low. If we get grant we get low to really low

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because he went from the top floor to the bottom floor, but there's a basement to where's the basement.

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There's Janata dunia in the middle Johanna Mehta bottom yes another salon because he forgot he went from the top floor to what the middle if we forget and get grabbed what's gonna happen middle to the bottom we can't afford

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not to ask him unless he knows

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we can we can afford to fall more than this. He was told a beautiful

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a bitumen Hajime

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you know we cannot have more. We can afford it. So now

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Ravana one attack mill. Elena is one I love this word.

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Yeah, Allah don't burden us with a don't load onto us and Islam. And Islam limonum Yoko la Mulana Hamlin with Islam.

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is used in the meaning of a burden, but source so many other words that are used in the Koran. So many words for a burden. You know, what, what that nunca? Some

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sort of, you know, so what is Islam is actually used for something that is tied up,

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something that's packed up, and something is tied up in his tract.

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This guy has a lot of meanings, I'll give you the easy meaning First, the easy meaning is Yala, don't put a burden on us, like you put on the people before us.

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But there's another meaning.

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The other meaning is when people disobey a lot

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when people disobeyed a lot, and sometimes the law punishes them in this world. You know that right? When a believing nation disobey the law, like when you were a believing nation, when they disobeyed a law, a law gives them different kinds of punishments.

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You know disbelieving nations, when they disobey Allah, they are destroyed.

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Believing nations when they disobey Allah, Allah gives them different kinds of burdens.

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Allah gives them what different kinds of burdens one kind of burden when when an omen when a believing online disobeys Allah. Allah does not punish them with fire from the sky, or a flood or an earthquake. How does he punish them? He punishes them by broke breaking them up into groups that hate each other.

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One punishment is he breaks them into groups and one of the groups do they hate each other. There is a punishment from a law for an oma that displays a law.

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You wouldn't know anything about that, of course.

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The second question and if you study Bani Israel, by the way, study various law, even the Koran you will find how does Allah punish our nation that Islam is Allah and Omar, I believe in my word prophets.

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And so you learn from that what will happen to us?

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Now, let me tell you what happens to us.

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We'll call you nobuna. All

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people believe people think they already understand the religion there's nothing more to learn.

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I already know everything about the Koran.

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I learned that skill already. Because to me, you know it I cannot see how they affect our family.

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Does the book of Allah no human being can ever fully understand it? is not a human book is a divine book. But you know what happens? People say I already know what the Quran says I made up my mind.

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I made up my mind and they wrap it wrap themselves up and they become rigid. The oma becomes rigid.

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And the book itself has locked my name but since you left the book, The oma becomes tougher and tougher and tougher. And people that are supposed to be religious.

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They are different, they end up becoming more religious than the Sahaba.

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They become more strict, they make more things around, they make more things difficult. They make more things harsh than even the deen of Allah wants and to me.

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And this makes the oma turn away from the D.

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Because when one group becomes rigid,

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then they like to distinguish themselves from the other group. And the other group becomes more rigid because every action has an equal but opposite reaction. So now you got two extreme groups. They both hate each other. And most of you normal people are in the middle. And you say I want to learn Islam. But the only two options are these crazy and these crazy.

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So since they're both crazy, you figure I can't learn Islam.

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kooky, I can't handle it.

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We put these burdens on ourselves. We put these burdens on ourselves. I'll give you an example my teacher gave me

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my teacher. Among them is Dr. Akram nadwi. law protecting

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someone Hadith. And he's also he's got 600 inches x

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over over 400 and Heidi falon

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over 40 in Sahih al Bukhari alone.

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And he's a scholar of the Hanafi school.

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He came to our campus in Texas, and he gave us a course on the fundamentals of Islam. And here's the first thing he told us.

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First thing he told us was, how many prophets were there? He asked us a question. How many prophets were they? telling me how many prophets you guys know?

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100 924,000 Very good.

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How many prophets you know?

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50,000 30,000

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Okay, give me 10,000

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give me 500

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This is a reverse auction. I'll give you just give me 150 2525 how many profits are there?

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124,000 how many profits? You know?

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25? Do you know everything about them? Do you know everything they say? You know, there's some things they said yet? Okay.

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Well, Allah asked you on Judgement Day, the names of all the prophets

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or the prophets important people

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will ask you all of their names.

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Well, I'll ask you everything. They said, No, a lot will definitely not ask you horrible honey, cause

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you will not ask you for eight hours. He's not going to ask you to humble was because he was he was going to ask you names that would have been names of who? profits.

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So you don't have to know everything about hanifa said. You don't have to know everything about Mushaf. He said.

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You just have to know what a lesson.

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That's what you have to know.

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And this is a hanafy scholar, one of the top Hanafi scholars in the world. And this is the first day of his class. And I'm sitting there going

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Is that okay?

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Is anybody else shocked? Because I come from Pakistan. And in Pakistan, you don't call yourself Muslim. You call yourself What?

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You call yourself. We call ourselves Sunni. We call ourselves Shafi.

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We like to call ourselves some other sticker. And a lot the only sticker he wants for you as one Muslim. And Islam is simple, but we like to make things one calm. We love complication. We love it. We love it. We love our Kitab then we love the Shahada Kitab. Then we love the shadow of the shadow of the shadow of that guitar when

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the deal is simple. It's simple. How many books have been written in the history of Islam for uncountable

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the father of this Omar is a Rahim Allah Islam. Yes.

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He is the father also Vanessa. Yes. combine these two nations. How many books have been written by the Jews? How many books have been written by the by the Muslims in Sharia? How many books on Torah there? How much scholarship on top is there? How much scholarship on Quran is there? How long has it been going on? The volumes are endless, endless, endless. And the father of all of these nations is who Ibrahima Islam, the director of all the libraries is Ibraheem alehissalaam years now studying Ibrahim alayhis salam. How complicated is he?

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How to be

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in the majority

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is a complicated things are simple things.

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The prophets in the Quran Said Simple things we love to say complicated things. We are not like the profits we like we should learn from them a little bit.

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We've complicated our religion, we have to bring it back to simple, Yala. Don't put a burden on us, like you put on the people before us. Did the Jews complicate their religion? They complicated their religion. Yes, Allah gave them something beautiful, simple straightforward. They complicated it have the Muslims complicated their religion.

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Elena Aslan, comma Hamilton who Island vena cava you understand what I'm saying to you.

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Which This is the time people this is the time to relieve the burden while yada yada on home is a home when

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Allah him, Allah brought the Koran to remove the burdens from them. You know, this is so amazing. You will understand what Islam means because of this ayah. Jews had 50 books that were endless. And for every must Allah, every issue, they have 100 opinions. They have 100 opinions. It's crazy. It's really crazy, so many opinions on every issue.

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And then on top of that, they believe if if Tallinn passed a fatwa that is Islam itself, that is what Allah wants, the the fatwa of the rabbi's is the same as the amount of Allah to them. So then Muslims would never do that right?

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And this they had this complicated, complicated religion. And then Allah sent them the Quran,

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who was who lost? And they said, We can't have this man, we can except him because he's only he doesn't even have a PhD. We have these complicated books and the Quran is one. simple, straightforward, we can't have that. Allah says he came so he can remove your burdens, you burden yourself with over complication. And the dean came to make things simple.

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We love overcomplicate as a matter of fact, the more religious you get. The more religion you study, the more complicated you become. And the more complicated you make the lives of the people around you.

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This book is about Yala. Don't put this burden on us. The more you study Deen, the happier you should be. And the happier people around you should be. If the people around you are not happy, you are not learning this. I'm sorry. You're learning something else. You're learning.

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You're learning this.

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How many people learn Islam and start fighting at home?

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Sir conflicts or home arguments at home because of the

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that's not how you learn the deen is supposed to increase love among people not hate. That's what it's supposed to do. So hon ALLAH

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forgive you one more comment about that, because a lot of people have fights in there. You don't have to admit if you have one. How many of you will know of situations where people fight in the family among friends because of religion?

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In your mind, your mind. There's a smile on his face.

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Let me tell you something about that.

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Allah taught or on to the Quran. Yes.

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The courage or the courage good people, most of them.

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Most of them did not accept more in the beginning. Most of them reject and they become the worst enemies of Islam. How long can I keep teaching them?

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For more than a decade? Did they insult the prophets?

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Did he still teach them?

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Did they try to hurt the province, he still taught them that they killed believers and he still taught them more IOP came down more came down more al Qaeda every is a gift from Allah. No gift on earth is more valuable than an ayah given by Allah. And Allah keeps giving these people gift and give and give and give and give. And this is what a

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he's so incredibly loving and merciful that anybody else would not have that kind of patience, that kind of love. If Allah is so loving when he teaches the Quran to Quraysh Why don't you teach your family with some more love?

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Why don't teach your friends with some more love?

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Allah is patient with courageous man. They even make fun of them. And he still just gives them a lot can teach in different ways. Like you know, you guys go to school, right? You went to a school, your teacher can teach you in different ways. He can teach you a two plus twist. I don't understand.

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Command Let me tell you, let me teach you in a way you will never forget

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tables will you understand how

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If you don't want to learn there are other ways to teach you can allow us other ways to teach them. Does he have the power to use other ways to teach them? Absolutely. But he teaches them with love.

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You and I, somebody doesn't listen to us, or just told you the truth and you didn't listen.

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Calm down, calm down.

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This is not what religion is about. This is the SLV put on earth. And when you do that, your your young generation will run from Islam, they will run away from Islam, because they don't see any love and any mercy. all they see is rules and rules and rules and rules and rules. This is how I'm that's how I'm that's how I'm that's how

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we have made. We have depressed our young people have made them believe that they are bad people, they're sinners. People come up to me in sales. thunderman I have a question. I know I'm a bad person. Like, how do you know you're a bad person?

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Why would you say that? Well, you know, because,

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you know, I wear I wear like a T shirt and jeans. And sometimes I miss a lot and I'm a bad person. Like, look, you make mistakes.

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People don't get to judge you.

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And you shouldn't even judge yourself. You should only let the law judge you

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should only let alone judge you don't give up on yourself. Don't tell yourself you're a bad person. That's not how it works. We make mistakes. We admit them. We learn from them. We don't become depressed. Depression is not part of this. I don't know why it is nowadays. The more people study the the more socially awkward and angry they work.

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Why is that?

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Like you know, the guy used to be smiling all the time. Then he grew a beard and

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why is your beard make you angry? Is it heavy?

01:47:03--> 01:47:13

Your beard cheeky smile, dude, I make you angry. It's supposed to be a religion of joy. Fabi vaniqa file. You're for who?

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You go to the mush, the difficulty.

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Even the person who's teaching Quran, and you call them Hello, gotta see.

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The half

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is so scary.

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Like avoiding eye contact.

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This one Sahaba said associations always filing

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His Word. This word is supposed to be spread with joy. But I'm gonna holla to homina manotaur catalana de Yara do not put a burden on top of us don't keep loading onto us burdens that we have no power to bear whatsoever. This is the Doha and because it is in the Aaj there's a narration of association and when this power was given to an association that a lot every time he gave him the IR he said I called the pilot

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I did it he Allah don't put a burden on us at all that we have no power to bear done. loss has done I believe her asked me it is done.

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I will never put anything on you You cannot bear but then somebody comes in asked me says Stan I lost my child. I lost my child.

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Why did that happen?

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What was my fault? my in laws tell me it's because I'm evil.

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No your in laws are evil.

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You're not evil. And that happened to you. One thing you should know what happened to you happen total Sula lost a lot more. He lost child he lost children. Yes. Now you are feeling what a pseudo love felt. Now you have a closeness little single loss of a loved one that most people will not have. Because you share share a feeling with him.

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And so the fact that we're given total loss to make him feel better. I now the ions that are being given to you to make you feel better in America.

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Those are for Silla and because you lost your title is either especially for you.

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special gift of a lot of you

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and unload never have you made you lose your child. If he didn't, he knew you cannot handle it. There are so many women who could not handle it. You are strong enough to handle it. And so he gave you a more difficult test so you can console much more closer to him and earn the status are in that closeness to Allah and earn that closeness to His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because the closer you get to Allah, the more sacrifices you have to make. So let shows you your special

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You didn't lose your child because you're punished

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and on top of everything else, they are people who live with their children their entire life. Alhamdulillah Allah keep our children safe. They live with their children their entire life, but their children grow up to be disobedient to Allah. Their children end up leaving their children end up you know disappointing the dean. And then they have many, many generations of non Muslims

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and all of that on Judgment a you will not love those children.

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You love them here. You will not love them there. If Tamara and Latina to be open and Latina taba, oh la takakkaw, b1.

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All the relationships will be cut. Your federal one woman Abby will only

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Giovanni Oh my goodness.

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You're going to be running from your kids. But that child who died Where did he go?

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He went to Geneva. And because of the severe you showed, you are going to have a reunion with your child. Your reunion is guaranteed if you can just have him on other people. They have to beg for that.

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Yours is guaranteed. Congratulations.

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Those children are just waiting for you.

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They're not gone. They're speeding free.

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What do we do with people? They have we this is the harshness and the ugliness of the Muslim who goes away from us book.

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Somebody's child died or law must be punishing them. They must be cursed.

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Don't Don't ruin people like that. Our messenger would not do that. So

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Robin Amato, homina mulato catalana de la Wanda.

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Pardon us. There are a lot of lovingly forgive us. Well fildena uncover our mistakes are mistakes are many just better discover them what Hamner and show us love and mercy. What is the order? What is the best the benefit of this sequence was often done.

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When you make a mistake, if I if my wife makes a mistake, I am angry. Yeah. If I make a mistake, my wife is angry. My mother is angry, somebody is angry.

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The first thing is I don't want you to be angry.

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That's the first part I don't want you to be angry. And that is covered in the word optimal.

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is actually forgiving someone out of love and letting go of the anger.

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When you let go of the anger that is called alpha. If you say mascara,

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that's fine. I'm only 10 when you if you see a model film,

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you say my film you forgive someone but that does not mean the anger is gone.

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Okay, you forgive someone with the anger is not gone.

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But if you do ask someone, then you forgive them and the anger is gone. And then after you have lovingly forgiven us and on top of that cover our mistakes while and is protect us and show us love and care. What Hamner means two things. Don't let us fall into sin to begin with.

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Keep us in your protection. Keep us in your mind. So we don't make the mistake to begin with. And second of all, once you have made the mistake and you have forgiven us, keep us in your law, which means keep us in Jannah

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and then once consolata COVID caffine, then aidas against the disbelieving nation. This is the last two points I want to make what they're probably the most important

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when you say yeah, Allah don't hold us because if we forget or make a mistake, yeah, Allah forgive us. Allah shows mercy. Is that about you? Or is that about someone else?

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That's about you. When he says funciona as an COVID caffine is that about you or someone else?

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Someone else ate us against the disbelieving nation. So there seems to be a conflict. Yes. Part of the law was for you. And part of it is so you can you can get help against the enemy. The question arises, why do you have an enemy?

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Why do you have an enemy?

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No Muslims have enemies today yesterday not

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that the Muslims have enemies at the time of the Prophet socialism, yes or no.

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But it's not the same.

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It is not the same.

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They had the courage for enemies to law school law. So the lohani was alone, even though he was the kindness softest, and they were enemies to him because he taught the message of the Quran. He taught that all human beings are equal. He taught that children have rights. He taught that women have rights. He taught that parents should be treated with respect. He taught that no tribe is better than no other tribe.

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He tried. He taught that no race is inferior to another race and this

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Why he had enemies.

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Today Muslims have enemies.

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But we don't have enemies because we say all people are equal. We don't have enemies because we say we have to treat parents better. We don't have enemies because we are the best in character. And we say everybody should be treating, everybody should be fair in business.

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As a matter of fact,

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Muslims are not very different from non Muslims overall and their behavior today.

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non Muslims if they don't care about their parents, were Muslims today.

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If non Muslims are racist, and they think some races are better than others, what about Muslims today?

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What about worried that we have that problem or not?

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If non Muslims think wealth makes you better, if you have wealth, you are better if you don't have wealth or worse. And Islam came to say your money doesn't mean anything in the economic arena and the law he at home. That is the only thing that matters. That is the only no Milan, Milan, Milan, Milan laminata lobby convincingly? The only thing that matters is what you have in your heart. Today, the Muslims live like that or No. Nope. And you know, the proof of that. I don't want to blame governments. I don't want to blame countries. I'll talk about you and me personally, when you want to get your son married? Do you look at the race? Do you look at the money? You look at these

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things? Because they have to be good enough for us? Or do you look at the character?

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Most people say, Well, if they have money,

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and they're Punjabi,

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they must be good.

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Must have character automatically.

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The way we seek Dora sons for our daughters, daughters for our sons,

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Pakistani ladies, I'm Pakistani so I make fun of Pakistanis because I have the right to I don't have to make the right to make fun of politicians, or the right to make fun of it. But I can make fun of myself. So I do it.

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You're looking for your son. You know this in Arabic and you can do any O'Meara's. All

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right, I'll say no, do Makoto katabi first.

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So your son, ugly, ugly.

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He looks in the mirror the mirror cracks.

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And you want to get married.

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And you go and you find it. I know. You find this girl her nose is too long. This girl her chin is too short. This girl is not white enough. Have you seen your sudden lady.

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But you have to check the color of the skin.

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In other words, we have enemies, or we don't have enemies for the right reasons. We have enemies for the wrong reasons.

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The ark of the Quran apply for another common category, when you have made enemies for the right reasons for the wrong reasons. the right reasons and the right reasons are when you stand up for the integrity, the principles of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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When you make enemies for that reason, then yes, as consultant our comments.

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When you don't do anything the messenger did. And you will save on some natural common caffeine. You're making joke of the

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human in front of the

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eye even argue when they make fun of the prophet SAW them in these cartoons. Some of these people are evil, they are evil, and they make fun of it no matter how much they know about Islam. But a lot of people make fun of Islam, not because they still make fun of the prophets. They don't even know the problem statement. All they know is Muslims.

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And they see Muslims acting crazy. So they assume Islam must be wild. Crazy and that's when they make fun of Islam.

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It's not because of the Prophet is because the Muslims

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are open Allah Subhana Allah dinakaran

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don't turn us into a factor for those who disbelieved.

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The Soma has a long way to go. Here's my last comment to you and probably what I think the most beautiful thing guys.

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I hope you appreciate it because I am blown away by this.

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The journey of humanity began with one man Adam Allah is

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the journey of humanity will end with one Omar the oma of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The journey of the first man started in general

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the journey of this ummah will end in Ghana. Yes.

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We asked a lot that he gives all of us gender and our children and their children and their children. Well, mostly Mona Jamie are

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okay when that journey began.

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Where? Jelena Where's Jana?

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If you read Sudoku legend

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when I cut raw who knows Latin and then Secretary

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I used to wonder why do elimination another he says he saw a lot or he went to you know, he went to meet with allowance village and he saw him another descent he saw genomics and another set right under a significant load tree. And right under that is why right by that is gender. So agenda is right under the hash out a lot. Right there. That's where agenda is got it.

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ultimately his plan was right there was an E.

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And then Allah sent him were sent him down. And when he sent him down, what did he say to him?

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He says for him, to call me houden

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Daya. For hope Nara him.

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If and when guidance comes to any of you on Boolean, Pamir calm, that might get NACA in my piano. Comb. Jani was the vfm.

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In my piano comb you and your children, if guidance comes to you from me, and whoever follows it, will have no fear no grief, as he was coming down, he was told, look out for revelation. Yes. So the journey of revelation began.

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When did the journey of Revelation and

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what was hula

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when the journey of revelation began, a human being was coming down from right under the heart, and he was told, look out for guidance. And when the journey of revelation ended with Quran, the human being went up to the harsh to receive the last half of

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the first instance, the first talk of revelation happened right under that.

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And the last book also has iocked cattle right under that, just where the journey of human beings began, right there again.

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So Adam alayhis, salam, the beginning and Rasulullah and these are like the end, and other malleshwaram is the beginning of the Quran. And this is at the end.

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How do you do that? Every time I'm reading Quran, sometimes I'm studying Quran. Sometimes I come across something, and I just call Allah.

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How did you do that?

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I was awesome.

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I can't think anymore. I think I'm gonna play some video games. Because this is too much to handle.

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This oma, this

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is the last chapter of human history.

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This is in

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the Quran has come. No other revelation is coming. Now the huge all of humanity has to see what it means. What it Why did Allah send people on the earth so they can follow guidance? Yes, in my opinion, the community within the last 100 has come, which means we are living in the last chapter of humanity. Every single person who believes in a lion is messengers, every single person here who believes in the final revelation of the Quran, we have to make sure that we give this message to as many human beings on this earth as possible. This is our responsibility. We have now been given the same responsibility as a school of law himself. Subtle Allahu alayhi wa sallam How do we know that?

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How do we know we have the same responsibility as asylum asylum? In the beginning our normal school rebellions in a general way he will

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leave the school what techniques

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when it Alec law you can live Allahu

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Allah wa Sahaba burden is all of ours. The burden is all of ours. We have to show the character of resources. We have to revive the the integrity of Islam. People they think of Muslims, you're living in a Muslim country so you don't feel this as much I live in America. I can tell you. I traveled to Europe and other places I can tell you, people think of Muslims as backwards. People think of Muslims as dishonest. People think of Muslims as corrupt.

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People think of Muslims as violent and uncivil is how they think of us. And we say to them, no, no, no, no, no. We are not violent. We are the greatest Omar. We are the best people. We are extremely disciplined. Look at our Salah. Look at how we wind up in salon. We are so great.

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Look at the parking lot

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for you look at the salon, look at the parking lot outside. Look at how you drive

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Look how you

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look at how you behave with each other.

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Look at that first, for me an example for the world to follow. We have to be the example for the world to follow in everything in everything in business, in education, and research and scientific breakthroughs in religious studies, and morality in a balanced lifestyle. Everybody in the world should look at a Muslim and say I want to be like that.

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I want to be like that. I am impressed Who are these people? They should be able to say a Sadek. Well, I mean before they even know where Muslim

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is that important.

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before they even know he's calling for Islam, what do they already know? A sodic al amin do the people think of us as Assad you

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know, until that happens,

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we are not fulfilling our responsibility. Not I mean, Elena Aslan comma Hamel

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convener, Allah has put the biggest burden on this woman no bigger burden has ever been placed on him. And that burden is to show us billions of Muslims together have to show what the character also look like similar models.

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So the world can see in NEC Allah Allah for looking at the end an island lie Allah Rasool Allah.

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The world does not see the Prophet, the world the world sees us, ambassadors of the Prophet sallallahu our names, we have to show it, we better raise our standards. I pray that Allah azza wa jal fulfills this law for all of us. That is remarkable. And this honor that Allah has given us in such a high place, I pray that Allah gives you and me, our family, our children, the ability to live up to this gift, this honor this responsibility. And I pray that Allah blesses the people of this country and gives them love for each other and gives them the ability to be a model for the rest of the oma to follow barakallahu li walakum wa salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullah wa barakato