Tafseer Surah Yusuf #2

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The transcript describes three tragic events that occurred during the time of the movie, including the loss of a processor, the death of a processor, and the loss of a processor. The segment emphasizes the importance of embracing the "slackman of the world" in order to achieve success and finding a person to support them. The segment also discusses the historical context of the region's culture and the use of language in prophets and scripture. The segment concludes with a discussion of the importance of giving children opportunities to learn and mentions a woman named Maria who missed a class and is unable to make it to school.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam while early he was a happy woman Voila.

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As we mentioned last time it's a halaqa right so if I can get everybody to come close inshallah you know show me the love I love you ladies. So I came here okay. So I want you to come close, the closer we come, the world the place will be so another time of the film as I said it used to be called Harlequin right circle.

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May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the benefit inshallah.

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So last time

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I stopped with the cliffhanger, which was I told you that the Surah Surah Yousuf was revealed towards the end of the 10th year of the hour before Hydra. And that was the time when the oppression and persecution of the people of Mecca the follower of the processor, let them know was at its peak.

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And not only that, to tragic events happened to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And these two tragic events, the first one was the processor lamb, last Khadija della Juana.

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And this is why that tear was called

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the year of sadness.

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Because not only did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam lose

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his beloved wife Khadija who lived with him for 25 years.

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And he loved her so much so that I shall do LaWanda after she died, she was the closest one to the processor. She said I have never felt jealous of anyone even after she passed away more than her deja.

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subparallel when Khadija passed away when I was six years old.

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So what happened was, she said every time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be sitting with me, he will mention Khadija.

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So he's shown us as a husband, how loyal he was to his wife. How loving he was to his wife.

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Not only that, she said, if we slaughter an animal or something would say, remember the Friends of her dejan, send them some meat.

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If Khadija was here now should have done this. She would have said this. So I shall do not one time she felt jealous. And she couldn't take it. You said would you keep remembering that old lady hasn't replaced you with a better one? He said no.

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Nobody Allah Allah has never replaced me with a better one.

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nurse. She believed me when everyone else

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rejected me when

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she supported me with herself, and with her wealth.

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Attorney love

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Allah subhanho wa Taala has given me all of my children from her, of course with the exception of Ibrahim from Maria.

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So I should never say that again.

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He loved her so much so that Sometimes he'll be sitting and Hannah, her cousin

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would come and knock on the door. Sorry, her sister, she would knock on the door. And the person would imagine Sally she would say, Khadija

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Allahu Akbar.

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That's a lesson for us as husbands today. One of the sisters was talking to me. She said, How can we have our men being loyal like this? I'm sure if I die, my husband will marry the second day.

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But lose the processor lamb stayed without marriage after he lost tradition for two years.

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He married her when he was 25. Some of them and Khadija was 40 years old. She was 15 years older than him. And she was married twice before to him.

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She had a son who was almost 21, close to the age of the processor.

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And she was a businesswoman. She was very wealthy.

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The pop salon was working for her.

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She lived with him for 25 years.

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When she passed away the pop salon was 50 years old, and she was 65 years old.

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And the last petal has given him all the children from her. Xena, the oldest of their love honor.

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oma consume Rocha and Fatima, Raja Laval legendary.

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And then a costume.

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And after you were up to LA.

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And then later on the mausoleum had a third one, a third boy called Ibrahim from Maria, the Coptic who came from Egypt.

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These are the seven children with the processor and all the males, they died when they were young. And of course, the wisdom of Allah Imagine if they are alive today.

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Or like their descendants, I mean.

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So going back, so one thing that happened, a tragic event, that was a great loss, because she was a main supporter amongst the human beings to the processor.

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And the second tragic event was two weeks after his uncle obatala passed away.

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And his uncle obatala was again was like a shield between him and what Mexico is trying to do to get rid of him.

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He supported him so much, so much so that you know, like, we don't have time to go because this is the Sierra, that one time the people of Mecca came and they told him listen.

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Look at your nephew. He is like making fun of our gods. And he's belittling our faith. Leave us alone with him.

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So he came to the cellar and this was one of the few times when the Prophet Salaam cried.

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He came to Minnesota my nephew

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maccha is exercising too much pressure on me.

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And I'm in a very embarrassing situation.

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So can you stop what you're doing?

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And the first column cried.

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He said a man

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will la de la chanson Yemeni will come on and Chemin de

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by a law if they were to bring the sun down and put it to my right and bring the moon down and put it to my left. Basically these are symbols of being in control of the universe. The sun of the day and the moon of the night. And Africa had a dean motto had

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like a doula

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I will never give up until Allah subhana wa Taala gives victory to this Dean or idi.

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At that point Abu Talib said he

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will lie he loves the McCulloh home Aveda my nephew, keep doing what you're doing. You're following the religion of the truth. And I will never, you know let you down.

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And I will never give them what they want from me.

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The three years

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when there was a boycott by Mecca, the stop dealing with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, no business, no marriage, nothing. They were living Word in

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that place belonged to obatala.

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They stayed there for three years. And they suffered a lot so that we can be Muslims today.

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Can you imagine?

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In a hadith

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De La Jolla, Juan said the food of the prophets of Allah how to send them

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would be a piece of bread that I would smuggle from Mecca because they were cornered in the church in that valley.

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And I would put it under my armpit in the scorching heat of Makkah. Can you imagine a piece of bread under the armpit of someone's Sweeting that would be the food of the process and

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how much did they go through?

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And today when we go through a difficulty with a man still tough?

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Bilal says we used to we came to a point where we used to eat the leaves of the trees.

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So when we use the washroom would be exactly like me

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You see eating the leaves of the trees, there was nothing.

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Three years.

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So of course, when obatala

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passed away, what happened?

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It was very tough for the processor and the Sahaba because the oppression and persecution of Mecca came to its peak.

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So because this year is called diamond husband, what does that mean? The sadness. So they said, one of the reasons of the revelation of saw yourself

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Is that a loss of Hannah hautala

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is still in Prophet Muhammad Allah wa sallam, if you are going through a lot, if you are rejected by your own uncle, Yusuf was rejected by her by his own brothers.

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I'm going to tell you the story of nuisance.

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If you are an orphan, you lost your dad, before you came to life. usif lost his dad and he was alive, which is even more difficult.

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Can you imagine? If you're an orphan, at least you know your dad is dead. But Yusuf Ali Salam was deprived of his father for 14 years, and he was living in Palestine, and us for so long was living in Egypt

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is that is a life somewhere, but he doesn't know how to get to him.

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If your mother died at the age of six, oh Mohamed uses his mother died when he was three years old.

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And if we go on and on and on with what Yusuf Ali Salaam went through, so as if Allah is saying, oh, Mohammed, I'm gonna reveal a surah that will give you some patience. So you can accept what you're going through.

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And it's for all of us today to

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if anything wrong happens to you. compare yourself to what happened to Yusuf Ali salam, think about them.

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they said, Netherland surah Yusuf, test Maria. What does Leah

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What are these two concepts in Arabic? Test Maria? What test Leah?

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Tesla means entertaining.

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One element of a story is that it's interesting. It's appealing, right? Even as a professor at the University when I teach, I always use stories. You know why? because it keeps the audience engaged.

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And I know how to cliffhanger them as I will do to you tonight inshallah.

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Because this keeps people like you know, they want to know more.

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And somehow one of the beautiful, unique things about yourself is that it's the only surah in the Koran, the only surah in the Quran, that has the entire story of Yusuf Ali Salah from the beginning to the end.

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Let's say for example, if you check the story of masala Salah it scattered in 20 something soldiers. When seen here, one scene here, one scene there. The story of Mr. SLM seven soldiers, you have to go through that Sora get a picture and get like an image like a scene and a scene from here to put it together.

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And the rest of them.

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From the beginning to the end, it's the entire full story of the life of Yusuf Ali's.

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This was mentioned in the Sora National Novel so Allah,

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Mohammed will relate to you the best of stories, one aspect of the fact that it's one of the best of his stories, because it's the entire story of useful Islam in one spot.

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So this is the first part test Leah, entertainment.

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Test Maria, we say destiny

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because I told you to tragic events happen to him, he lost his wife Khadija, and he lost his uncle obatala. So was saying, you know what, we just want to relieve you of that grief and sadness. That's that's, that's real.

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something else about sort of users. I told you that the Sahaba were going through a lot, right.

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So it's also for them. And it's for us today

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to compare whatever you're going through to what used to balance the language through

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the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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What was common in Mecca.

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As faith,

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it was idol worshipping people used to make Gods out of their own hands. Right?

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And they worship them.

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There were 360 idols around the Kaaba.

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Even like one day, a young man was talking to Omar later on. He said, Ahmad,

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Where were your minds, man?

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When you used to make your own Gods with your own hands, and then you slaughter for them, and you worship them, and you make it to them? Don't you have minds?

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And look at Almodovar. He said, No, we had minds. But we didn't have today.

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We have reasons we have minds. But we don't have guidance.

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And this is why one of the funny stories about Omar is that, you know, mostly like Arabs, when they travel, they have to take the guard with them. They have to take the dogs with them. And the guards they will just like you know, try to find a piece of stone or rock, they will wash it and put it in their back. And this is going to be the God.

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So when I was traveling one One day, he couldn't find a piece of rock.

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The only thing he could find around was some dates. So he made a God out of dates.

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And he put in him and he put his gun in the back. And he traveled, guess what? In the middle of his journey. He felt hungry.

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What did he do?

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He took his guts out.

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And he ate him.

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Isn't this funny?

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And that's Amara lavonne.

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And the day he went to kill the processor. This was the day of his guidance. That was the day.

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So going back to the story. So what was common in Mecca at that time so that you know the historical background?

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idolatry, idol worshipping right. There were some people here and there. But they did not, you know, voice their Eman, for example, the work of Nero, the cousin of Khadija delana. He was following the true Christianity. The pure Christianity that there is Elisa Lam is the Prophet of Allah, not the Son of God or a god or anything? Okay.

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But he was hiding this fact. And that's why when the person received the first revelation, and he came back to who, to the one who's supporting him all the time, he says,

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cover me cover me. I think I'm possessed. She said.

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Well, I

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said, No, I will never do this to you.

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And listen carefully. This is the description of the porcelain, even before Islam. He was an activist before Islam, and he was having the

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the character of a Muslim.

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She said in Mecca, possible. Tesla. That was before the revelations, you said, You reach out to your kinship,

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auto club.

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And you're very hospitable. When you have a guest.

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What do you know and

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if somebody is going through a difficulty are always there for them will lie. There's a hadith were Acharya, like a very poor lady who lived in Medina, she said, I used to go and take the porcelain by the arm and go through the streets of Medina until he will do for me what I want and then he'll go back home.

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Mahatma, a prophet, the leader of the Ummah has some time to an ordinary lady.

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He took care of everyone, even one day when he woke up in the morning and he was looking around in the masjid.

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He missed a lady that is even didn't mention her name. Because it's not about your name. It's about what you do.

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So Subhan Allah. He said, Where's the lady who cleans the masjid is a prophet of Allah. She passed away last night. And we hate it to wake you up. So we just watched her body and we buried her he got angry. Why didn't you wake me up and he went to the cemetery. He went to the graveyard specially for her. And he meets a lot on her and he made to have for her.

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He cares.

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He cares about everyone

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how to treat our kids today.

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Especially if they come to the message and they make some noise.

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Do we have patience with them?

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Or do we start yelling at them?

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The porcelain passes by Omar here. He is the brother of Ernesto de la Han. And he found a Maya is playing with a bird.

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So he stops. He's the leader of the oma. He's a prophet, but yet he had, he had some time and quality time for a child. He stops there and say, oh, man,

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how's your birth?

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It's good. So, what do you call it?

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In the past, someone gave the birth name. He called it new hire.

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So every time he would see it, he said, Oh my in my file a new hire. Or am I here? How's your new hire? Even the name of the bird rhymes with the name of the year and it feels so happy. Imagine the Basilan cares about even his pet

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a bird

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until one day he passed by him. And he found that Tom is crying. And the big shots amongst the Sahaba were working with the porcelain. He saw a child crying he asked the Sahaba to go and he stopped with the child.

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He said Oh my God, why are you crying? How's you know here? He said, matter Novaya rasulillah my bird passed away. He spent one entire hour with Him

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until the kid was smiling, that he left him

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lilla me alemi Allahu Akbar. Allah said this about him. And sort of ambia 21 81070 Mohammed, we have not sent you except as the embodiment of compassion, and mercy for all nations or cultures, all languages.

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He walks on the day of aid and he finds a young kid crying on the side of the road. He stopped

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laughing was watching the news before I came, and I was crying.

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You know, the situation of the Syrians in the north, and is like, you know, some floods, they're, their tents are flooded.

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And I'm saying, I'm here

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under the roof, and we have heat, and they're standing in the street, freezing.

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Do we even feel sad?

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Do we make too hot for them? the least we can do. So the professor is teaching us he wouldn't just walk by a child, even a child crying, his students McQuarrie crying. He said everybody is going to solve it with a dad. But I lost my dad in the battle. So I don't have a father. He said, Would you like Mohammed to be a father?

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And the film carried him and he took him to the slaughter of eight.

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He put a smile on his face.

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So going back,

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we said that Mecca was what was the faith in Mecca idol worshipping.

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What was happening in Medina also are the worshipping. But there were some people of the book in Medina, there were three tribes of the hood of the Jews, right. So the people of Mecca they tried to stop the processor limb, and they couldn't so they wanted to embarrass him.

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Because they are not people of the book. They were like worshipping idols. So they said, Let's go to the people of the book, they have a book,

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and then ask them about something that Mohammed doesn't know. So let's come back and embarrass him. So they went to them and they said, can you tell us something that you only know? So we can go to Mohammed and embarrass him?

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They said, Yes. Go and ask him.

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What do you know about us?

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And why did Yusuf and his family lift out of the can iron which is bladder sir, basically, at the time called Palestine, there was no Lebanon or Syria. It was all Palestine. Why did they leave Palestine and,

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and go to Egypt. If he knows that he is a prophet, and he receives revelation.

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If he doesn't, then he's alone.

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So they came to the Prophet Solomon, they said, We have a question for you.

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What do you know about us?

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And why did he and his family leave Palestine and go to Egypt? So a lot of you the Sora

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to support the processor. Yes, until that moment, he didn't know about us.

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And that was one of the reasons of the revelation of the soul. I said, they're coming to ask you

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is this is the story of us. And guess what? The details of the story of use of in the Koran is more than the details of the same story, in the Torah and in the NGO, in the book that was revealed in Hebrew in you know, to masala sama Torah and the book that was revealed to rissalah salaam in Aramaic, you know, that schooled and in G.

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So when their scholars wanted to read the surah, or the story of users, they read from the Quran

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let's go to the surah.

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Allah subhana wa Taala at the beginning of the surah says, by the hour the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Allah

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Alif Lam, Ra

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These are called

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the broken letters or the separate alphabetical letters. And they can be found in some source of the Quran almost 29 of them. If you combine them together, they will make 14 letters of the Arabic alphabet.

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And how many letters are there in the Arabic alphabet?

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I'm asking

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27 Mashallah, who said 27 luck, but that's wrong.

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28 Are you sure?

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you don't want to you need to join my class inshallah. Starting You know, I'm just gonna do a promo promo now. Okay. I'm starting an algebra class at the University of Carrollton inshallah, on the 20th of January. And we're lucky one way of understanding the forearm, you need to do the language of the forearm.

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And as you see now, Cipolla in the second iOS was in zelner, Oberon Arabi. Many people come to me and say, Why do you cry when you listen to the forearm?

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Sometimes I pray thoroughly, and some Alex next to me, they're crying and I don't cry. I said because they understand what's being recited the picture that I

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and that's how the Sahaba used to interact with the frog because they know the meaning how can you interact with the frog without knowing

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so the Arabic alphabet is 28 letters, thank you, I owe your candy inshallah. One day it will bring me some candy inshallah.

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So, if you combine all these hoerauf macatawa at the beginning of some sources in the Koran, they will make how many letters 14 as if Allah saying this is half the Arabic alphabet.

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And the Quran is composed of these same letters.

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So sometimes you have three of them at the beginning of a song, sometimes five, sometimes four, sometimes even two or one.

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What do they mean?

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At the beginning of throttle bar, for example, it starts with and if

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here we have

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number 19.

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Saw the five letters,

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right so number 24.

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These are two letters. It's not your cousin.

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It's thought and these are two letters, but my cell

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phone numbers 36 Yeah.

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See ya and seen. These are two letters as Mashallah your other cousins? Yes. See?

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Right. His name is the same

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when you have a son shall call me see. Okay.

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So, are you married?

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Are you married?

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So how come?

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Okay, just kidding.

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Okay. So, you know you go further. So number 38 is one letter. So,

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first fast forward, so number 51 letter.

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What is the meaning of these letters?

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Do they have meanings? There are 14 or 15 opinions amongst the scores of the

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but none of them has an evidence that the LM said, this is the meaning of these symmetrical letters. This is why we say, you know what, I'm not gonna go there. Only Allah knows the meaning of these separate or broken letters at the beginning useful of some sorts. The only conclusion that some scholars came to and it makes sense.

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You know, when you look at the Koran, there are five ayat we call them, I add to

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the verses of challenge, the verses have challenged with the last panel as challenging the ropes.

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Why? Because every single profit, every single profit was supported by Allah subhana wa Taala, when people rejected him, shall I give you an example? Yes. Should I give you an example?

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Only five guesses? Shall I give you an example? Hey, wake up.

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Wake up auto.

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Okay. Imagine if I come today. This is the south of auto right? They are a messenger here in southborough.

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You don't have one? What if I come to that and say, I'm the messenger of auto inshallah?

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What should be your reaction? Yeah, the brother said, You're a liar. Stuck for Allah. He's, he's insulting me.

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No, he's brave enough to say the truth is that cannot be a messenger. Why? Because insert number 33. Alaska. Number 41. Alaska describe the person he said.

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While heart Alan Lee Abby is the seat of office, there's no profit after him. So coming in the 21st century, and saying you're the messenger of water, get out of here.

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The next step if I insisted I say, Okay, okay, you need to go to the hospital. You have something wrong. But you know what? Prove it.

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You're making a claim? Prove it. can I prove it? No. So this is exactly what happened with every single profit across the history of prophethood.

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Do you know how many prophets and messengers have been sent since the beginning of Adam alayhis salaam to Mohammed Salah

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124,000. Let me repeat the number again, because I'm going to quiz inshallah, in two weeks from now

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was the number 124,000. prophets and messengers amongst them? There are 315 messengers.

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So what do you mean? I mean, every messenger is a prophet, but not every prophet is a messenger.

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Give me example.

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Musa alayhis salam received the Torah. That's a message. That's a book. He's a messenger and a prophet. Harun his brother followed his book, and followed his message is a prophet mavado messenger. Is that clear now? So every messenger is a prophet, but not every prophet is a messenger.

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So we have 124,000 prophets, amongst them. There are 315 messengers. Okay?

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Whenever they came to the people that we sent,

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I'm the Messenger of Allah, you know what people sent

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They said, You're a liar.

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What happened to you? You were amongst us today, like, you know, like all of us only became a messenger proven.

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Then, when they were asked to prove it, who sent them with a message?

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What do you say it also means messenger, right? And messenger is sent to the message, which is Russell and risala, who send the messenger with a message.

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A once upon a time. So Allah subhanaw taala would support the messenger

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to prove that he is a true messenger. And he's not claiming, right? So in most cases, the Messenger of Allah, people said, No, that's not true. Prove it. So Allah supported him with what we call

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what what smart is a miracle. Something that only Allah can do.

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So what was common at the time of masala Salah

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So, if you go and study the story of Moses is the Lamb. All his miracles are related to magic. Because everybody believes that at that time they can see it.

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And this way, Allah subhanaw taala said in sort of normal, when he said musala salaam, he said, We sent to him fetus

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Illa for our

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We sent musala ceram with nine miracles, one after the other. One of them is that he turned the river Nile that you can see now Egypt into blood.

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Can you imagine you wake up in the morning and you want to go to the river Nile? You want to drink and it's all blood? Oh my god, what's going on?

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They said Moosa, please ask God to bring it back to Sweetwater. They saw this with their own eyes. But then they didn't believe

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in what's a saline, famine and drought.

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Allah subhana wa Taala moved the mountain on top of their heads

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and was about to come down and crush them. So many,

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many miracles, who can move a mountain like that? Moosa couldn't salatu salam, right, he couldn't.

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one of his miracles, they sold themselves the last month I told him, you know, throw the staff or the stick in your hand, it turned into a snake. Right? He said, Take it back. I wouldn't become a snake again. And guess what? He was commanded to take it back from the head, not the tail. Can you imagine if you are going now to hold the snake from the mouth?

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And he came back? Everybody saw this, right?

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musala salaam was brown like us.

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One time in front of them. He put his hand into his pocket.

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And he brought it up, and he got it out. And it became white.

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In less than a second.

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How many years and how many surgery? Did it take Michael Jackson.

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It took a lot one second this than that. You know, no surgeries. The brown color became white.

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It was a miracle. Right? And they wouldn't believe again.

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Is that clear?

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Now moving on, to resolve. He came to the people he said, I am the messenger of Allah. They said

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You're lying. Prove it. What was common at the time of a Salah Salah.

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Tell me medicine, right? So the miracles of ACLs are all about medicine.

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Allah subhanaw taala gave him the power to bring the healing back to the death. The seeing back to the blind. He used to bring dead people back to life but it's all Bismillah with the help of Allah, because he's a perfect human being like Prophet Mohammed like Prophet Musa. You know, he doesn't have godly powers. But Allah supported him with a miracle. Is that clear? Now fast forward now going back to our Islam raw. I took you into two tangents now. Right? Why? Because they want to ask you what was common at the time of the professor lamb What did the Arabs master at that time?

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right? literary appreciation and would write a poem 400 lines of verse without making the slight mistake in rhyme, rhythm, structure, you name it.

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And they used to compete

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and to have like competitions, in so called called and in Mecca and the winning poem would be written in gold, and it would be hanged on the Kaaba. And it's known in the history of Arabic literature as the heart. And the heart means the poems that would hang it on the Kaaba.

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So if our ups are masters of the language, what do you think the miracle of all miracles would be?

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This book

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so I told you, there are five is in the forearm code, I added the HUD D, the five verses of a challenge, a lot challenge the Arabs in this book by saying, make up a Quran like this.

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then he said, Only 10 stores, he gave them a discount, they couldn't.

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Then if you read in certain number two and number 21, Allah said, Why?

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And if you are in doubt, man,

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about what we send down to our slave Mohammed

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to be so

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a lot of this come to one soul. And unless saying, you know what, the Quran is made of Elif lambro. And if let me cough,

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cough Hyun saw hammy, the same letters that you write poems.

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You see now the meaning of the alphabetical broken letters at the beginning of some soldiers, it's a chance for a lot of the Arabs if you must have the language. Can you come up with one sort of like the Quran?

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Not only that, he said, to besotted me mentally, why, what?

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And try to call everyone who could support you beside a loan. And

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if you're telling the truth,

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to follow, look at the challenge. If you were not able to do this in the past, while and

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and you will never be able to do this to the Day of Judgment.

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That's a challenge to the live judgment.

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Try to make a barrier between you a prediction between you and the punishment of allowances hellfire. Guess what? Some people tried. There's a famous one called musallam al Qaeda.

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There's a famous one who claim to be a messenger and is receiving revelation

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Subhanallah I would dare anyone in the gathering here to know his last name.

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He was struck by the name that the person gave him masala, Mata Meyer,

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like Abu Jamal, very few people have you would know the name of Abu jihad. Before Islam, he was

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the father of wisdom. But when Islam came and he did not accept it, the porcelain called him a boudjellal, the father of ignorance. How many of you know his real name? He got stuck with that name till he died.

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So this man is called Messiah lemma the liar.

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Funny story, he came one day to our class.

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And he said to him,

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did you sit in Revelation? recently? He said, yeah.

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I mean, he made the prophecy selam. He said, what was the last revelation that came to your prophet? He said, sort of delfield

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Okay, that's what I call the elephant.

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He said, I also, you know, just received a sort of cold coffee.

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They said, okay, share with me, please. I said, Listen, and feel warmer. adrar come and feed

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law who they don't perceive or to.

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Some people who know some Arabic They started laughing

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It's hilarious. He thought by putting some words together that are rhyming his making

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And guess what? He's talking to the hair salon. He's

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one of the smartest people amongst the atoms. So I'm looking at him angrily Oh, do you want to do the translation of what he said? Okay.

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You have to donate 20 bucks each inshallah for the translations to the Muslim. Okay, that's what he said. He said, I'll feel warmer adrar campbellfield the elephant. And what makes you realize, realize what the elephant is. He's trying to, you know, imitate the style of the Koran.

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And then he said, level Valence. See, the elephant has a short tail.

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And it has a long trunk.

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Yeah, that's it. That's the sort of.

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So I'm looking at him and he said,

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you know, that I know that you're a liar, get lost. And I don't want to see you again.

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SubhanAllah until today, brothers and sisters, no one. No one can imitate the inimitable language of the Quran. It's an it's the miracle of all miracles, you know, every prophet, their miracles died with their death. Except the result is that, um, because we believe that he did not die. He was not crucified, who was taken up alive. And he'll come back as one of the greatest science of the approachment of the Day of Judgment.

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But the miracles are done with the right. Except the miracle of all miracles, it will stay forever because the law said in sort of been 15, social hedger and number nine in

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Indeed, we have sent down the liquor, the reminder that sort of the names of the product because you and I forget, we need a reminder all the time.

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Many scholars talk about sort of use of before me, I did a PhD and so I use it, but I'm sure many people did this before me and some people will do something after me. Right. And somehow what's amazing about this book, liable ama aka throttle rod, sapan Allah, the more you read, the more you get something new.

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I did my PhD in 1995

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This is when I started. Okay. Well I until today, the more I read the more I learn something new about stories.

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And you will continue to do this until you die.

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You can never ever cover the wonders in this book. Brothers Can you imagine? These are the words of Allah

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how precious that is. You have the words of Allah in your hands.

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So last challenge in the arts by saying Alif Lam raw cauliflower meme you know what I'm saying now, that was a chance for the Arabs

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then Allah says till till Kitab in movie

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till charisma Shara is by end

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for the feminine will Monmouth

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so law saying these are if I just made like render a simple translation, these are

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the verses of the clear book.

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Well, I feel that the English language is very incompetent,

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when I am going to share with you inshallah I can even finish this today, because it's going to take us till 10 o'clock, I don't want to keep you late, so we're going to keep it light inshallah. But when you see how much I'm going to share about tilka, and I, and Alcatel and Elmo being that will take maybe the next whole lecture,

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but an Arabic

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In English, what you read is, these are the verses of the clear book, what do you get out of that?

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Almost nothing. You don't feel anything. But when we go deep and search into every single connotations and denotations of the words, this is how can you relate to the Quran? And how would you know what LSA tilka which is measurable by that means like you know, when you want to point at something, which is far away, you say till you get to the plural, so as part of the Quran is in my hands it's very close to me, but I'm saying tilka why that's what we'll learn shall annex time. Yet, how many meanings does the word I have when it comes into for all four meanings? What are they do you want to know them? Next time, inshallah.

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Peter will talks about the Quran, he says Ankita.

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And also he talks about an haoran. What is the difference between al Qaeda or is it the same? Yes, but what's the difference? You need to know this would you like to know next time in Java?

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You know, I'll move in. In Arabic they say in English they say clear Subhanallah It has two meanings within the same word. Allah didn't say Albanian Albanians clear,

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but a movie and has two meanings.

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And if you would like to know them, we're gonna share this also next time inshallah. But what I want to leave you with is the following.

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It's amazing.

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That every time a laser helpful mahatama

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alone almost took about the Quran right away in the phone.

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Which means, you know, the Quran is composed of these letters.

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Is that clear? Shall I give you some examples quickly? The one that we're reciting now,

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tilka yet?

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Alcatel Osaka

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even the next day in Lanza, no foreign lobby right? Yeah, see

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one for hacking. So the Quran is composed of via and seen and other lifters and if let

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me continue

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I'll keep

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the very next word Well for

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one for annual budget.

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And it goes on and on and on. Very few of them you know is going to be mentioned in the second or third eye.

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So as if Allah is saying to the Arabs, this Koran is composed of the same alphabet alphabet that you make poetry of, but I will make it impossible for you to imitate me when I talk.

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This is why

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I'll leave you with this before we start the q&a inshallah for 10 minutes because we I promise we finished by 830 inshallah, okay.

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The scholar said, if you want a lot to talk to you, what do you do? Open the forum

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alone call you.

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If you want to talk to Allah and complain to him, make Udo and start praying. Okay, let's hold this in because you're distracting people come close inshallah. Okay.

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Is that clear? So if you want to talk to Allah and complain to him, what do you need to do? Make Udo and

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connect with Allah, Allah means connection, connect with Allah.

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And if you want a lot to talk to you open the Quran you will hear Allah calling you in three ways. Yeah. Bernie.

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Eight times in the salon. Oh, children have lost calling you. Right? Oh,

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As an example, 4930 in the Hola Hola, como de

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la cabeza de la Rosa in chroma komenda, liat, Parker,

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all mankind or people.

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But these two is talking generically to Muslims and non Muslims, right. But there's a special poll. When you hear it, when you read it. It's for you. You have to listen carefully. 89 times. Yeah, you analysis 20 times. Yeah, buddy Adam, is eight times. But the next one that I'm going to talk about now is 89 times. It's a special call for special people who could be somewhere now having fun, or like drinking coffee or check Tim Horton, or like, you know, just like going around, right? But you choose to be here Why? To boost your email to learn the book of Allah. Right? So Allah scolding you by that suffer, which is a man he says

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89 times in the Quran.

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So Allah He brothers and sisters, when you hear Yeah, you're Latina. I will. Sometimes I was sitting with some brothers in the car. And when y'all in America came, I did like this.

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They said What? I said, I feel so special Allah says, Yeah, you know, I wish I would be amongst the true believers. Can you imagine? If somebody beloved to your heart calls you? What would you do with the phone? Would you need to pick up the call?

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And how do I know that you love the person pulling? You look at the phone, and you do this?

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Right? So Allah says, Yeah, you Hola, Dina Armando. Smile, say, yes, Allah. I'm here

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was like what's coming? allowed say, is the G Boolean? Yeah, you already know I'm gonna lead to a demo in a later episode, all as you would say do something which is good. or stay away from from something which is bad. That's what you'll always get after. Yeah.

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So you have to do this. But sofala. Sometimes, when we look at the phone, I can tell that you don't want to talk to that person. You pick up the phone, you look at the screen and say,

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right, you don't even want to talk to the person. You give it to your cell and say,

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What do you call this in Islam?

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It depends. If you're talking about the 21st century people, they call it white line. Browns lie.

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But at the time of the Prophet, it's a lie.

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Lies have no color. It's a lie. But today to convince ourselves like, it's a white lie.

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No, in fact, you're teaching your kid to be a professional liar.

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And you come after 20 years, you come to me as like, you know, I don't know why my son lies all the time. I said, Really? I think he learned this at an academy called Home.

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Home Academy. Have you heard about it?

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Does he told him he said

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he's gonna be very confused. You're gonna say

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uncle Wait, because my my dad is doing weird stuff here. Hold on. What do you want? Like stupid tell him I'm not here. Okay. Don't call names. Salaam Alaikum. Uncle my dad tells you he's not here.

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Why? Because he doesn't know how to lie, but you're teaching him now. Right?

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Now you can do that. You can do that. Like Shall we pick on the sisters? Do we have sisters listening?

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I don't want to look I have Mashallah. Lots of bodyguards here inshallah and go home safe. Let's pick on them too. Because the brothers always say what do you pick on the man all the time? Okay.

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You know, somebody comes and knocks on the door.

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And the sister would say to her daughter

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if you want to talk, you know,

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then she opens the door she says Auntie so on. So

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again, what does this mean?

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St. Mashallah, see, they know, they know.

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Then she's gonna be confused. Mom, you're sleeping and talking to me. Anyway.

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Sorry, Auntie, my mom tells you that she's sleeping.

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Right? Because she doesn't know how to lie. Right? And Mashallah your mom talks in her sleep.

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She needs to see a doctor.

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Okay, so we have to be very careful because leading by example and inshallah we're going to talk about this in our hobas inshallah, in the common code was because Mashallah, we have them people. So I'm going to take advantage of Linux football, I'm going to talk about parenting, the relationship between the kids and the parents. Because I know that some parents will come to me and say,

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you know, talk to the kids.

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You know, they don't show respect. They don't pray on time.

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And they talk back to their mom.

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They talk back to their mom. Right? Right.

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So when said this, one said this, I don't want said this.

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I mean, the first one is clear. The second one is clear. But the third one is like,

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okay, no, it's like halfway, you know, in between.

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So I said, the best way to raise your children is lead by example. You know, you know, when you come back home

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and it's the time of answer, let's talk about the summer, okay. And then you start killing it.

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Your children. Did you play answer? You're gonna say, Okay.

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And now what they do they go to the room.

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They lock themselves in, play two video games and come up. Did you pray? hamdulillah

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they're not going to say yes or no because they're lying if they saw this light, but Mashallah, they became very smart.

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So you're gonna say hamdulillah? Allah Allah, Allah McLovin swag

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100 at all times whether we prayed or not. So generic answer, right?

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Why? Because you're yelling at them.

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But what about this scenario? When you come back from work, and it's also time because this kid who was scared the view when he was young,

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he'll go to the room and do this. But guess what? When he hits teen age, and he become as tall as you,

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and it's an interview process, he's gonna say, what about you?

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Right. And this is when parents start crying. Oh, my God.

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My son is talking back to me

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is questioning me. But why do you question him? ariola

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is what I'm saying just be be truthful.

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And it really hits you hard. Because you just gave me the replay. Ask yourself, and you want him to play awesome. Just like did you pass is that what about you?

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What about this third scenario? You come back home? And you say, Hey, kids, inshallah, we're gonna play us in five minutes. First one will join me We'll have a chocolate. Second, we're gonna have a candy. Third one, we'll have a slap on the face for taking the garbage. I mean,

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you're assigned rules, right?

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And then, you know, once you make, you're the first one to make a karma sakalava

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they will be running. And it will be like a very positive atmosphere. You're not pushing.

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Even if one of them is lazy, who's going to come back? He knows he's the garbage man.

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He's the last one. Right? He only called the last icon. And the one whom is the first like I

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know, slapping Of course, I'm just kidding. Okay. And then the first one, after you say Assalamualaikum warahmatullah. My chocolate

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stuck for this shirt. Are you playing for a chocolate or praying to Allah? Hey, when kids are young, you have to be honest with them. If you promise them something, you have to give it to them.

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Because the problem was sitting and there was a lady. And she called her kid. And she said, Come here, come here. I have a date for you.

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And then the kid came. And she opened her hand and there was a date. And she gave him the date. You know what the problem said? He said if there was no date in your hand, it will be written with a lot as alive.

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we promise kids we're gonna buy you a car we're gonna buy you a bike. You know, if you get like, you know, a plus, I'm gonna get you in a wonderful holiday. Come on. You know, don't give promises until you are able to fulfill them. Right? So let's take a question shala who's gonna give me the first question

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was gonna give me the first question otherwise we're gonna close inshallah.

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No questions.

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Any questions about Sorry?

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Okay, you're very peaceful audience today. Oh, okay. We have one here.

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Okay, okay, so the question is off topic. I'll conclude with this inshallah, because I promised you a 30 we're just going to conclude with this one inshallah. So that you can get benefit of the of the halaqa don't leave in the last second inshallah, because we're going to make it to our inshallah, then Okay, so the brother is saying, if I miss a law for a day or two, of course, there must be a reason. You can take your Salah lightly. I mean, if you are like, really very sick or something, but you can just say look, I'm not gonna pray for a day or two. You cannot do that. Okay, so how can I make it up? The processor Liam said menerima onsala our nesea

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outcome Apollo, so solemn if you sleep in or if you forget

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Salah the time for the Salah once you remember it or once you wake up

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okay? So whatever Salah you miss is a debt

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it has to pay it off and immediately okay so for example if I miss the horn awesome Okay, before I Primavera if the time comes I have to play my lip, but then after I prayed over

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some people say no inshallah we'll do it next day inshallah we'll go rasa Can you guarantee to live to Russia?

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So how would you pay the debt at that point?

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Is that clear? So whatever you miss, you have to make up right away.

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Okay, well that's it from us on shala along with just as Amanda has in mind mahoma

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