Qur’an 30 for 30 #26

Omar Suleiman


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Almost Sunday was tell him about a crab because Sunni can Mohammed and sallallahu wasallam only he will be he will sell him to semen coffee, right? So and ham did a lot of Blimey and Chef Yasser was so good last night that we brought him back for back to back doubleheader like Boston sports teams, you know, just bring them back twice in a row and handle a lot of learning to be with us again, but really shared some beautiful words that hamdulillah were helpful, really even in their

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discussion at night thinking about how we interact with the signs of Allah subhanaw taala and make the most of them so we're very lucky back chef, he said, and we hope in Charlottetown it'll be a regular occurrence but the nighttime

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and Sala Tyler, we have a lot to cover tonight. Chef Yasser said this is a heavy Jews, and indeed panela. It's a heavy, heavy, just, there's so much for us to glean from this. And how it particularly makes this hard is that there are sections of this journey that are not necessarily interconnected. But there's some of personally my favorite clusters of ions in the end. And so it starts off with sort of off. And

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yesterday, we were talking about the switch from the Mac into the medini tone and shift. He also made the point to say, look, this was revealed in the time of mid Mecca, the sources that we covered yesterday, where they're being warned, they're being given a chance, and they're being called back to a loss of habitat. And so there's a lot of emphasis on the beauty of the Koran and helping us see through the lens of Abdullah Abdullah through little the little town hall, walking in Mecca and connecting to the signs. And the constant affirmation of this being a clear book of guidance, and that the one who succeeds is the one who follows rightful guidance. And the one who fails is the one

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who rejects it. So how long the scene then shifts now it's sorted off with quite a hard and it ended up in a coma holding off, remembering the brother of add, as he, as he reminded us who that is, I'm reminded his people, one last time called them to Allah subhana wa tan. And there were prophets and warnings that came before in those same places. And some of the scholars, they said that when a lot of talks about add, it has a special significance to the Meccans. Right, because this is in the area of their region. And so they understand that this is something that happened not far away, that these are people that were similar to them in more ways than one. And so the imagery of the Prophet

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standing and speaking to his people speaking to add, and they are full of arrogance because of their accomplishments, and warning them one more time of something that would come their way. If they continue to act in the way that they were acting is very similar to the Prophet slice I'm giving his last warning to the people in Mecca. Before a loss of hundreds I would make a way out for him. And the people were so we're so arrogant, that despite their disbelief, and their arrogance and their oppression, anything that happened in their lives or around them, instead of taking those signs that shift Gasser was talking about last night where, you know, you see the signs, and they bring you

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closer to a loss of $100. And Pamela says God hates him, but we're going to show them our signs and the horizons what happened to them. For them out Oh, who added them was stuck below the ATM card who had an article on Pluto now, so Pamela Bell, who I missed that joke to me, and I'm paraphrasing and summarizing. But these people saw the clouds forming in the skies, and they said this must be bringing us rain. They didn't attribute it to a loss pentatonic they attributed a natural consequence of blessing that would come to them because of a strength and a position of favor that they did nothing to earn for themselves. But instead of reflecting on the clouds, and the formation

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of rain and the blessing of rain, they said this is going to come to us and bring us rain, because this is who we are and we deserve this bell who I must be. But instead This is what you hasten towards. And remember in the previous verses, the previous chapters, don't hasten towards the decree in the punishment of Allah stop provoking and testing your prophet who's trying to call you too good, and pushing them and saying go ahead and bring the punishment go ahead and bring the punishment. And so that's the warning that comes to them and the punishment comes to them and some handle on one of the profound sections and certain thoughts and again, it's, it's it's kind of

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connected, but it's connected in a microwave because remember, there's coherence between the community and the family, is where Allah subhana wa tada talks about the right of the mother, the right of the parents, and Allah subhanho to add us as well. We'll see them in Santa BYD day here Santa hemella to Omaha Kota. Our article could have a hammer hoffy sila husana. sha Allah mentioning the favor of the parents and

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A family that all comes together around the premise of belief. And as they all come together around the premise of belief, they are blessed in that belief, they come to a recognition of the favor of Allah subhana wa tada upon them. And so Allah subhanaw taala rewards them, that's a cub better accent and I mean, we reward them for their genuine, sincere supplications and they're coming together around the blessing of faith. So a lot of talks about the blended family, which many of the scholars say this is referring to? Well back to this the vehicle of the allowing him and his family because he is the only one whose entire family, parents, spouse, children, all became Muslim, all

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accepted Islam in his lifetime and became companions of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam but then what does Allah give us right after that Allah gives us the example whether the ecology while he often likoma the the disobedient child whose parents are trying to call them to faith, and they say, often nakoma you know, they curse back at them. They scoff at their own parents, Atari donnini and orphanage work at Fullerton, Coronavirus company, you know are you are you warning me? Are you telling you bad things are gonna happen to me when others have passed before me? And somehow that's a heartbreaking scene because anyone that's any Mom, I'm sure she asked that and Cheb de la have

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both seen many of these this sign anytime I read this I have about 100 images flashed before my eyes. Well home yesterday, Ethan in LA we look at the parents that are begging and saying please believe, right? They're not asking for favor for themselves. They're asking out of fear for their children believe don't do this to yourself, don't ruin your life. Listen, the same hope, the same love that the Prophet has for their people, when they call to their people and say, hey, look, here you have parents calling upon their children same way like I am, and believe in no idea like that this is the promise of a lot. It's the truth. And we want good for you. And here you have rejection

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once again. And so both at the community level, and at the family level, a lot of talks about the arrogance of those who reject those who love them, and are trying to help help them see the error of their ways, and the importance of guidance. What comes after off comes sort of Mohammed also known as sort of PETA Subhana, Allah so after the warning comes, you know, the battle, and sort of Mohammed gives us now, this image of the people taking the pledge with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and they are totally one, the people who have already been persecuted, who have already been run out of their their lands already been humiliated. And now they have heard that it's not even I found

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with a lot of time and home was killed. And they have taken a pledge with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam under the tree to go with the Prophet sly Sunday, I totally want the pledge of death, right because it was fully expected that they would be killed in defense of their brother who was wronged and killed, and then going forth towards Mecca after they have been run out of it. So panela you have here a group of people that are willing to make all the sacrifices necessary. And what Allah subhana wa tada tells us about these peoples that he's pleased with these people. Okay, but all the Allahu Allah is pleased with those people, they got the full reward of their sacrifice.

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Now I'm gonna contrast quickly, you have these people and then you have another group of people who have lost contrast as well into one logo stabbed in common higher consumer life economic outcome, if you turn away, then a lot does not need you. A lot will replace you with a better people. So on one hand, you have a group of people that were willing to do everything, but a lot protected them from the ultimate consequence of that which would have been to be killed, which they were willing to do for the sake of Allah. And then you have another group of people that hold back on their wealth hold back on their sacrifice, because they're afraid of losing out on this world. And they end up losing

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out in this world. And the next one is the loss of contact take us into what comes after the warning comes up into the battle. What comes after the battle is affected is the opening, sort of Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us about the great conquest. But this was not the type of conquest that they had in mind. The fat was the Treaty of her davia that opened the way for the Muslims to be able to openly call to Islam. And when the hindrances when the persecution was removed, then the beauty of the doubt took root. And so it was a fact it was the greatest conquest even though it was not bloodshed and swords. It opened the way and you have to remember that many of the Muslims were

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hesitant to to take part in the Treaty of her baby and to turn back around to Medina. Imagine they have spent all these years dreaming about the moment they go back to Mecca after persecution. And now they're being told to go back and Subhana Allah, what ends up happening Allah subhanho wa Taala paves the way for them without the bloodshed and a lot

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So just shows the beauty of the of divine revelation and the prophetic patience of the prophets. lysozyme the wisdom of unsentimental the levada guiding the prophet or giving advice wise counsel to the Prophet sly someone how to move people that were hurt by not being able to go forth to Mecca that year and a lot paving the way for them for the next year, the next neurosurgeon her gerat wahrnehmung, unethical rasulillah low up or confy, cathedra minute Emory learned from know that you have amongst you the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you have amongst you the carrier of divine revelation, if he was to follow you and a lot of what you wanted to follow, it would not

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be to your favor, it would actually be against you. And so putting your trust in Allah and your unconditional obedience to Allah through the prophets lie Selim and knowing that goodness comes through following divine mandate is what's being told here. And then we have sort of coffin sort of that yachts which go back to the meccan Sutras, the theme of warning us on an individual level, about the reality of death and the awakening, we ask Allah subhana wa tada to make us amongst those that listen to timely reminders and that respond in timely fashion with sincerity a lot more. I mean, I'll hand it off to Chicago lunchtime, back in LA

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LA Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah. While earlier he was suffering and when all that rubbish rotten Sunday Oh, yeah, silly Emily, why not? But that's a melissani. If Gohan Kalia Bellamy, as he mentioned, inshallah, we're going to be covering the sum of the verses and has a lot the breadth of how he was, you know, speaking about the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam loyalty are configured in a minute, I mean, I knew that if he was to obey you all, in all of your wishes, it would be difficult upon you, which brings forth a very important principle of leadership that you as a leader, you as a father, you as a manager or mother with of people that you are responsible for,

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there is a level of leadership to where you have to make decisions that will not please everyone. And we saw this with Saudi Arabia, as you mentioned in the treat of her debut, some of the decisions that were made some of the companions it was they were perplexed by what was going on, but a lot the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was fulfilling something much greater than what many of their desires may have entailed. But it was it was the message of Allah subhanho wa Taala that he was fulfilling therefore, being a prophet. In any case, the next verses that come up are verses that are very, very beautiful for many of us, especially in this month of Ramadan, which serves as inshallah,

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a month of transformation transformation of one attribute that we may be trying to refine, replenish, bring forth in order to maintain in the future 11 months in sha Allah will also prompt Allah says, Well I can the La Habra, la common man that was a Yahoo feel kulu become

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he said that right after mentioning that if the prophets of the light it was send them was to obey you it would be difficult upon you He said, Well I can a lot have a bit illegal Eman. Allah made a he man and belief and conviction even something that was beautiful to you something beloved to you have Baba la como Amana was a Ghana who ficolo become, and he beautified it in your heart. Let's just stop here for a moment.

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When Allah subhanho wa Taala give someone the blessing of knowing who God is recognizing his greatness, recognizing the different qualities that he possesses, and understanding that every quality is endless, and it is by default, perfect does not have any deficiencies. This demands from them a response therefore increasing that relationship. But initially when one recognizes that whether they convert revert to Islam, or someone that is trying to change their life and come closer to God, that is the end Allah made the man something beloved to them. When we're talking about the man, the man comes from that word is a word of security or safety, to where when you exemplify the

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actions of a man It is as though you are retreating to Allah subhanho wa Taala because you may have made a mistake, but doing the actions of a man is something that you love. It is an action that you love. When you see an action of a man, it is beloved to you. And that is what is beautiful here because obeying the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and something may come in Islam you may have here you may hear of a a ruling or some type of guideline within Islam. You subconsciously know that it is a means of guidance and a means of spiritual rejuvenation for you. But sometimes our enough's may not want to do it. But what can overpower that on a general scale is

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The love of Islam that we have the love of being a Muslim, the love of recognizing that well Subhanallah because I see this *ty I see that, for instance, I have to pray five times a day when I walk in the mosque and I see someone making sudo How do you feel is that something that's beloved to you, is the fact of being chaste beloved to you, these actions of a man is a form of security from that which can be detrimental to you. But not only that, the action is beloved to you. And it's also a beautiful thing to you was a Yahoo ficado become that action is a beautiful thing when you see someone practice the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it is beautiful. When you

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see someone do an action of goodness, and you know they're doing it because the prophets of Allah, Allah wa sallam did it, though that whole concept is a beautiful concept. Why? Because you know, who the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam is, you value him to a high degree, you hold him at a high level, your standards of you practicing their religion is based on love of the messenger. And more than that, the beauty of the message. That's something that takes practice, that's something that takes quote unquote, trial and error, you're going to make mistakes. But when you make the mistake, what do you value? Any meaning? What do you turn back to, you're going to turn back to that

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which you love. And more than that, that which is so beautiful to you. And then our last panelist, Allah mentions after that, what kind of La La Kemal cofra Well, fullsuit thought, well, there's

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been a loss of panna with Allah says, and he has made that which is disliked to you

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can call for disbelief, while forsook and this obedience will sGn and that which is of sinful practices and sinful actions. So here you notice Yes, upon Allah, that when Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions that he made the call for the disbelief, the lack of recognition, the lack of gratitude, and recognizing that God is my maker, and God is my sustainer and creator, and all of his attributes that are beautiful and perfect. When you see someone that does not acknowledge that or you see the action, of lack of acknowledgement of gratitude or acknowledgement of the Creator, it's something that is disliked to you, to the degree that when you see a sinful practice, when you see, you know,

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a certain group of people do something that is disobedient to Allah, and it shows lack of gratitude to their Creator, when they use the own faculties that have been given to them temporarily. Like we're renting our own faculty Subhana Allah, when you see that, it is something that is, it is it is not something that's beloved to you don't like seeing that does not mean that you dislike and hate the person.

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But the act in and of itself is something that is not beloved to you. Because there's no way that you can have the actions of a man, such as prayer and recognition of God, and praying to God, and asking him for his bounties

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that cannot exist with with with love of the actions that show disobedience to God, that showed lack of morality, voluntary lack of morality, leaving off etiquettes voluntarily to fulfill some inner motive.

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That is something that cannot exist together. And that's what's so beautiful about it, because Allah is ultimately in control of this, he made this dislike to you. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala when he continues on, he says fuggle Amina la he went near Allah who I mean when hiking and that is a virtue from Allah subhana wa tada and a blessing as some scholars mentioned, that is an addition.

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So Allah giving you this is an additional blessing that he has made this something in your hearts but it requires the effort from you as a human being that wants to come closer to Allah subhana wa Tada. And that's all we mentioned this month, because you know, you we find this month universally from from those that are Muslim, but you know, throughout those 11 months, they may have been negligent. This is when they say I've been negligent, taking the opportunity to look in the mirror at yourself and see where you've made the those mistakes. And lastly, the beauty of the connection between actions of men is such a beautiful concept. You know, the concept of tofik of being

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successful giving being given that success from Allah is when one makes the effort. When one strives to do the actions of Amen. When one tries to pray, and they haven't prayed for so many years, or they're trying to add on an additional prayer.

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When they do that, it may have been difficult. But the fact that you do that, for the sake of Allah meaning you do it because Allah loves it. This is when he'll place something in your heart, that love of a man, the love of the actions of the man, the love of the people of Amen. To where the more that you do it, you taste what is called the sweetness, the sweetness of a man. And that's what's so beautiful, that the love and the sweetness and the taste of, of faith or the taste of dependency on a law. When you find yourself dependent on other than a law, this is something disliked to you. Well, that's a kidney NFC. But for me, as a prophet SAW someone say, Do not leave me to think that I

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have control over my affairs for the timespan of the blinking of an eye. Whenever you hear someone praise themselves and not praise Allah subhanaw taala it's something that's disliked to you.

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Turning to Allah, and recognizing the greatness of a man, and the Father, the blessing of him and the nygma that He has given you, when just thinking about that, it pushes you to do another action of a man from either saying Jazakallah Harrison Alhamdulillah of racism to Allah law, are praying in the middle of the night. May Allah Subhana Allah make us of those that do the actions of the man and the More Actions that he meant to bless us with the sweetness of a man in our hearts in the holiday. You just come along here, article, a fixture from the law.

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What are some connections that you can do to bring it all back for us and show what's on

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a vehicle? It's below 111 salatu salam ala rasulillah. While early also have your Manuela want to frame my comments with the backdrop of the seat of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And there's a very beautiful story that's being told in this particular dose of the Quran, because it operates once again in a very beautiful sequential fashion. So does Mohammed is revealed at a very particular point, which is very late Medina in very early mechon, most likely before the battles of bed that etc. And as was noted earlier, that's sort of Mohammed is a very stark surah. And you notice that the name of this photo is Mohamed for a reason because say you do not Muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he becomes a critical demarcation point of either one, people are going to go in one direction or the other. So throughout sort of Mohammed, Allah subhanaw taala, he begins in a very stark fashion and Athena capital was up to answer Viva La he obala Ahmed, whom those who disbelieve in those who you know, a bar others from the way of Allah Subhana Allah, Allah will render their actions null and void when Latina M and huaming assadi. hottie will am and will be manuales de la, Allah, Mohammed, Mohammed will Hakuna obey Him, and those who believe and those who do righteous deeds and they believe in the truth that was sent down upon Muhammad sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam, we will expiate their sins, and we will put them all in a very good state. So here, Allah subhanaw taala and sort of Mohammed, you know, after the previous how I mean, which were suited to really soothe and spiritually orient, and theologically fortified and make things feel like you know what, here in the meccan period, we've been going through a lot, we're not going to doubt our religion are not going to doubt what we're upon. We're on the way of Mohammed, Salah lice and them so it really puts you in a settled state. But now when you transition into the Medina in reality, there's a whole other set of orientations, right? That certainly extend from the meccan period. But

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that allows pumpout is introducing to say, Hey, listen, you're entering into a whole new phase, and to really negotiate this phase, which is the Medina and phase and it's the Medina and phase which is the phase of expansion and growth. And you see how Islam extends far beyond, you're going to have to make sure that there are certain pillars that are clearly fortified. And the first one is, Are you truly committed to the way of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Because the entire surah is talking about actions, those whose actions are null and void Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah him and those whose actions are accepted and virtuous. So Allah subhanaw taala says, well, Medina I'm no

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Amina Sati, had men will be men, Luciana Muhammad, right, etc. What happened to him that he could be anila Dena cafaro, tabouleh Barton, those who disbelieve they followed falsehood, and those who believe they followed the truth. So Allah subhanaw taala culminates all of this into one particular verse, which is the end of the chapter towards the end of the chapter. Yeah, you have levena Amen. Oh altior Allah wa altior Rasool Allah to booty Lu American, are you who believe, obey Allah and obey His Messenger and do not render your

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Actions null and void you Latina Amano in tonzura la young soul calm while you submit academic con. Imagine these verses being revealed right after the meccan period. It's like, you know, I can only imagine how the companions were processing this very intense like, follow your prophet. Listen to him, perhaps they're thinking to themselves like, you know, aren't we doing that already? You know, are we following look at all we've been through, but Allah is emphasizing this. Um, if you bring victory to me, and you bring victory to Mohammed, I will make your feet steadfast and firm. Because what comes after this is the pinnacle is the peak if you look at the arc of the story, the beginning

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is Mohammed Salah lon you send them I was making this very clear distinction, how committed to the truth you are, are you unequivocally committed to Mohammed or not? Because at the time of the FET a *hole mine was indicating it was a very difficult time. It was such a complex period, that period of Arabia

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It was so complex that you had the greatest of companions, the likes of Satan are almost

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completely uncomfortable with the treaty completely uncomfortable with it. They were leaving Mecca now. Now fat, so it's fat that comes you know, mid Medina and period right around the time of the fat obviously. So they had already been through has with

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Badrinath as with all those earlier as our 100, etc. Now they're really reaching the middle point. And so they have a level of wind beneath their wings. They're going towards Mecca, we're gonna go we're gonna make Alma, we're gonna we're gonna take back what's ours, really?

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And what are they meant with this treaty? Complete curveball, a complete and utter curveball. And who is pushing this treaty? Who is the one driving this treaty, the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam with the you know, the other side. And so you see the stark example or the image of Satan it writing. And then the prophets, I said them and he writes Mohammedan Rasulullah. And so the other side says, we don't we don't we don't accept him as a messenger of Allah erase that. So he said, Of course, I'm not gonna erase that. So the Prophet tells him erase. He says, No, he also Well, I can't erase it promises, show me where it is. And I'll erase it because he was illiterate on the law.

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That's how intense they don't really know. So even though I'm not saying, you know, sudama is not allowed. You know, are we not upon the truth here? What are you asking us to do? This is very different. This is very confusing right now. What are you asking us to do? And that's not by the way, so you know, I'm gonna we're so confused. You know, he was going to say no, but he said said, he said these things. Say number one, and that's not a Huck. You know, remember, knuckleball? adonia fee. Dina, why do we accept this degradative? You know, this degradation when it comes to our religion? Are we not upon the truth? You know, didn't you say that our those of us who die are in

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gender? And those of them who die are in jahannam? Didn't you say this? And he said, No. And he went the same. He said the same thing. Satan, I will buck, right.

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So the moral here, and the real critical lesson is this

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is that see the pinnacle of the story, the peak, which is the fat in fat, Tanaka fat, Han momina, we are going to open you a profound a manifest opening, right. And truly, what happened thereafter was the beginning of a profound expansion. None of the companions truly appreciate it. Right, save novel book surrender, because he's a saw that he just believed in the promise I sent him he followed suit.

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But to the extent that when the problem they send them was telling them now you have to slaughter and shave your heads, they didn't want to do it. They didn't want to do it. So you see the relevance of sort of Mohammed, the relevance of sort of Mohammed is altior, Allah will LTE overall, soon obey Allah and obey His Messenger. You know, if you bring retreat to Alon, His Messenger alone will make your feet steadfast? Because see, there is a question that we all have to pose to ourselves regularly. Really? how committed Am I to this truth? Is it an unequivocal commitment or not? Or is it as a lot, you know, a lot of notes central to your own field, and this isn't sort of Mohammed,

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that we're going to believe in you. But in some of the matters, you know, we'll take some of it, but not necessarily all of it. And that's a very subtle point that we have to be careful about. Because if we want the fat, if we want it, then the the commitment has to be unequivocal. And suppose I send them they don't want to shave their heads, they don't want to slaughter he goes to his beautiful wife on Selma, what do I do you know, what's what's going on? Cuz, you know, he himself so I sent him it was, it was such a difficult period. And it's such a difficult period and it's a nuanced challenge, very different from the Mexican challenges. This is now like, you know, statehood and all

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sorts of other realities very complex in their nature. And she says to him, go out, shave your head and soul there and they'll follow and he does subtle law to send them and they follow and then you know, lost contact. It reveals the verses of fat hair and you know,

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And then you go in and so on and so forth, you will, you will find the joys you will enter into the sacred sanctuary, etc.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala I know I need to close in sha Allah but then Allah subhanaw taala brings us sort of a lot. And solution. odorata is an integral part of the story, right? You have pre fat, which is unequivocal commitment, then you have fat, which is, you know, the culmination of that moment really hold on title, Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, no matter how much what he's asking you to do is counter intuitive and really rubs up against your sensibilities hold on to him, hold on to him, because that's where you're going to find your victory. And then sort of hold your outcomes in. And it has all of these beautiful, Lucky yet these morals, these etiquettes these

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ethics, these adab that we are expected to follow. And fundamentally Who are we expected to follow these up with Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, letter follow us water calm. Focus. Alton NaVi Don't raise your voice. In the face of the prophets I send them. This is your prophet having to see what he's gone through. Don't you see how I have revealed to him that when all of you doubted him, when you doubted what he was doing? I made his feet firm. And I bumped to Allah kalbi, he and he brought you to the promised land. Now when the Prophet is talking to you have add up. You know, brothers and sisters, this is so relevant to us when we're reading the Quran and Sunnah. A lot

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of times when reading the Quran and Sunnah our sensibilities get excited, I'm very uncomfortable with that. I'm very uncomfortable ahaadeeth it's okay to find a little discomfort but if I start mouthing off against Allah and against his messenger about how this is that and this is that this is antiquated and this is you know from from previous generations and I don't know what else I thought a follow up, have other blood or farmhouse water Konya you and Edina Amano in Jacqueline fancy can be neither infected by No, look at this other. You know, if someone comes to run their mouth, in your ear, someone tells you something, right? To obey and to have but be careful. These are going to

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be categorically integral to what to the sustainability to the growth into the maintenance of the Mohammed in harmony in the Mohammedan community because they're almost going to expand far and wide. That small monolithic community that you had in Mecca is no longer going to be now you're going to have a very complex oma with people coming from all walks of life speaking different languages, different cultures, different realities. And so the propensity and the possibility of confusion and discord and disharmony is very real. So to preserve this fact to preserve it, to nurture it and to grow it you have to maintain these add up if someone comes to you saying something if you haven't

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gone to the source and verified it you know then stop you have to verify on the online today what do we see person x attacks person why person why gets attacked and then you have those who just jump on the person x bandwagon or jump on the person y bandwagon and no one is actually trying to figure out what the truth is everyone's taking you know just acquired just yesterday who and I just small station here send me something that conforms to my sensibilities and I follow it that's a disaster. That corrodes and it pollutes, and the problem is found out it says there after, you know in them and we know well you are brothers for Australia who what should be between you is one of sorted.

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Yeah, you're Latina, Amano la cama McComb, don't mark each other Don't insult each other. You notice how this is this is what preserves harmony. This is what preserves unity. Don't mock each other perhaps some of them perhaps others are better than than you. Yeah, you had an idea how many each can evoke I feel I'm in a one. Stay away from a lot of assumptions a lot of false assumptions in Baba Bunny, if truly Ven, right is is some of the worst type of sinfulness because it it corrodes. Right and it dissolves the beauty in the unity. So brothers and sisters, a lot closes off. You know these, you know, beautiful Adda by saying we have created this famous verse Yeah, you're not gonna

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get out of the spirit of this creation. And the reason you see the elf that you see amongst the nations right The reason you see the elf, you'll probably say send him produce a lot. The Sooners produce rot rooms, problems I sell him used to have one room say that Khadija now he has many rooms, there's a few laughs there's differences. You're gonna have to maintain different spirits with different people. Everyone has a different way of operating. But they're these differences are for reasons Lita Otto so you can come to know one another.

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Brothers and sisters it's it's it's very simple. You have the Mohammed the surah of Mohammed, which is the unequivocal commitment to this sacred tradition. And then you have the adverb and the rock right. The beautiful carry

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mystics in the ethics that maintain and harmonize. What we see today is that there are those who maintain that who, who claim to maintain this, I am on the hop, right. And they're unequivocal about their commitment to the hack. But they lack all of the guidance of this added that maintains the harmony. So you see so many people upon the quote unquote, Huck, creating the most amount of disunity and the most amount of disharmony. And then on the other side, you have those who say, Well, I'm a good person, and I'm nice and are harmonious. But what is your commitment to the Hulk? What is your commitment to the truth? You can't have one without the other brothers and sisters. And

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both of them are what bring about a movie in the manifest opening the Atlas pans out grant us the trophy, to appreciate these beautiful verses and to harmonize with them to internalize them and to allow them to become the lived reality within our hearts and minds and within our communities and about in the medical field, which is more love here.

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Absolutely beautiful. I know we took long tonight, so please forgive us but as you can see, it's a lot to cover. And I just want to clarify I made a mistake actually. So yeah, you already know I'm not in tons of Alliance or can we use them but akadama calm will Edina capital for terrace and the home. The home daddy can Vietnam carry home Angela

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was sort of Mohammed where a lot of talks about you know being firm upon the truth and Allah will support you and your firm on the truth and Subhana Allah, then Allah is saying that those who hate that which a lot revealed or that the crime of the disbelievers is they hate that which illustrations are revealed and the next photo is made out of one and the bay.

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The conquests that comes with that commitment, so the commitment comes to truth than except the way the truth is revealed. And so you it's not just recklessness and I want to do what I want to do is I want to do what Mohammed slice alum does and what Allah wants me to do, which has manifested most and who Mohammed's lysosome is in our personal affairs in our community affairs and our affairs of war and peace and everything. I want to be like Mohammed's ally so I'm going to be committed to Mohammed slice I'm in the process be committed to allies as Zack Ulla head to the beautiful reflection chef yesterday habla and salt I will see you all tonight for the right man at 2am Eastern

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Salaam Alaikum

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