Riyadul Haqq – Makkah & the Family of the Prophet Ibrahim AS Part 1

Riyadul Haqq
AI: Summary © The importance of the Prophet Muhammad sallal Ali agenda and hedge in the season of hatch is discussed in a series of segments covering the history and positioning of the Prophet's satisfaction. The holy month of Islam is highlighted as a place of pride and pride is the holy city, and the importance of submission to the holy eye and the holy eye is discussed. The use of idiosyncrasies and shidduch in Islam is also discussed, as well as the history of the Greek-eringal period and the use of "arthing" in English. The speakers also touch on the concept of jealousy and envy, as well as the concept of "vanquished" and "by the way" in English. The discussion touches on the history of the Prophet weightless lie and its impact on modern day Turkey.
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for those of you who are following the British version

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law relates from recevez Abdullah, Mohammed relate to me.

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related terms that Merriman informed us from a Ubisoft the army and from Cathedral

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each of them adding more than the other from say, Eden or Jabez, who said, I'm delighted not only your loved one from asset and thereafter, the begins, that was the Synod, the chain of transmission from human behavior, law.

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Until so you're going to have to live my birth of the loved one cousin, brother of a soul the last and the last Friday, he was something

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he then relates the four DS

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now, it's a very, it's a fairly long

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and couple of pages.

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And the topics covered are mainly about the

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emigration of seasonal Ebrahim Well, the travel of seasonal Ebrahim, it has to do with his wife in one of the Align her and their son is not see you the next slide he added

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from the land of residence

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in modern day Palestine, to muckety muck up there, the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis, salaam left his wife and child and

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they remain behind. They inhabited the area they were joined by a very large while they were joined by the famous tribe of gentlemen. Later, eventually, the whole area became a settle in habits of settlement. And then to the main smart leader Hassan grew up, he had further encounters with his father. And eventually the end of the Hadees speaks about the building of the ghaggar jointly by the prophets of Allah

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saddam and his son, Ibrahim it.

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Now before we actually begin, I'd like to give a brief introduction

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on two things, one, the

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significance of studying this particular disease.

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And number two,

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the position of say the mount Ebrahim,

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and that's obvious family in Islam. Both points are actually related.

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Let me first speak about the position of Satan and evil on him. And I won't be able to encompass all of his virtues in this one session and noise that the intended purpose, but just to shed some light on

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why he matters, and why this particular belief is important, and why he has such a prominent position in Islam.

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At the beginning, I recited the verse of the order

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in which Allah commands is

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all believers,

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you also send Salutations, and greetings to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and in response,

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both you and I read

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said earthen Salaam, and the most famous Sadat and Salaam is what we call the sellout of the prophets and the love it was eliminated by him and even saddam, the salatu salam which has resulted in the shock of salah and the words are loving was suddenly humid in Wada, in humid Kumasi and later Allah Ibrahim Ali Ibrahim Majeed and it continues. So in this prayer, in this salutation and greeting to the messenger, some of the love and equal some of them the most authentic one, the most famous one, the one which is actually included in our daily five times salah and any other Salah we made before.

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We notice that

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two prophets names are mentioned.

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The purpose is to send greetings and salutations to the messengers to love it.

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And yet, in that salutation, the name of the Prophet Ibrahim today's announcement

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I'm actually unique in our saga in the saga of every single Muslim

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to Yama

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for every person who recites this slot and Salaam in that the shotgun Salah, the name of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam alongside that of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as mentioned.

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Furthermore, in the Holy Quran,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions

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saving it Brahim added

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in approximately 60 verse, throughout the product and in different sources.

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And when we look at the details of his mention in both of these and the virtues associated with him, we learn that after the Prophet Mohammed Salah lahardee

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He is the mightiest and the leading prophets of all of the messengers.

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So his position is second only to the profits and the love it.

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We are now in the month of chawan.

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And this is the first of the three months of hatch. Allah subhanho wa Taala sees a man or woman.

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The hedge is a period of Noma.

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So the month of her even though the rights and the rituals of hedge are performed over five specific days, the season of

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the preparation for her

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the validity of entering and consecrating oneself into the sacred state of a home for her.

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That period is not restricted to the to the five days. Rather, it begins with shanwa

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and the whole season of hedge the period of hedge the period for the validity of

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The hierarchy of hedge begins with sheet one we are now in it. These are the three, almost three months of, of hedge Shabaab target and

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I mentioned this because

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again something else which is unique about the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam and that's of his family.

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And in fact, not only is he mentioned that his family his URL is mentioned in the the shepherd set up and so dominantly meaning is Allah sent prayers to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and to the family of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam

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just as you sent your

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peace, your blessings, your salutations and greetings and your favors to the prophets Ibrahim alayhis salam and to his family.

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And then the second part says Allah bless the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his family just as you bless the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam and his friend.

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in the season of hatch, there is another remind In fact, there are a couple of remarks of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam.

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When a person makes the intention

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for performing the pilgrimage and traveling to hatch

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he or she is actually responding to the call of season it Brahim Allah.

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Allah azza wa jal says in the Quran, what are the infant Naseby?

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Yeah. tokkuri jariwala, Kula vomiting, yep. When the Fed generi

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that and then, after he had completed the renovation and the building of the Gabba,

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la constructs had been announced amongst the people

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announced the hatch,

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they will come to you on foot

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on every lean camel,

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which shall arise from every deep ravine

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and this depicts the convergence of large numbers of people from all corners of the world, upon the house of Allah subhanho data and the holy city of Mecca, especially in the season, it's a sight to behold.

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There were there was not a single drop of water or a blade of grass

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or vegetation,

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the barren Valley and now we witness the spectacle for ourselves. See the mighty Rahim Allah he

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responded to Allah subhanho wa Taala with the question of Allah who will hear?

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How will they respond?

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And as I've mentioned before, this has been narrated from some of us, how about all the love angle, and undoubtedly, they would not have related such a story or such details of their own accord without having heard something to this effect from the sort of laughs and alarm himself.

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And what they relate to is that when a lion instructed him to announce the hedge,

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and that people will respond by arriving, as I've just translated from the verse of

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Ibrahim alayhis salaam said Allah, how will they hear me there is no one here to listen, there is no one to hear. So the Prophet Allah subhanho wa Taala told him that and now

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it is my duty to convey this to the people. Your job is turnouts. And when he did announce,

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the mountains reverberated with this call. And every soul that was destined

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to visit the house of Allah subhanho wa Taala responded with the words of the baker.

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So when people make this intention for hatch, they are responding to the ancient Call of Duty Rahim Allah has to travel to that house, which he and his son built to that city, which was first inhabited by his wife and son, it's more easily so that they will drink of that well,

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which sprang forth for the sake of that baby smile easily.

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They will perform the laugh around that garden which was built jointly by father and son. They will run between the two hills of suffering

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miroir performing site,

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the desperate search for water by when a hijabi alarm,

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they will help the jamara as a reenactment of the actions of this friend,

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and they on the day of sacrifices,

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then, and billions all over the world will take part in the ritual of over here the sacrifice

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and sacrifice and slaughter and again as a reenactment of the attempted sacrifice or see the mighty Brahim down, and then the eventual slaughter of the RAM, and that act of total submission by the Father and the Son is around him in this morality.

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Many of the rites and rituals of Heche, the location, the building, the well of Zamzam, the Baraka, the blessings, the fruits that people enjoy of the holy city. These are all the blessings and the Baraka that I've seen them Ebrahim alayhis salaam, and the fulfillment of his law and the acceptance of a law by law of his own, and the response of the world to his call of hatch.

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And even out of the season of

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every single day, when we pray.

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We face the gamma, the house of Allah,

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and who built that, who was commanded to build it.

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It's the most noble building on Earth.

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It was the best building projects ever.

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commissioned by Allah, contracted by Djibouti,

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built by Ibrahim, and assisted by his apprentice is married. And even more so than that was the gamma. That's the building which we face in every single summer.

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That's a Qibla of the Muslims.

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All of this Hi,

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insula salatu salam upon Rasulullah sallallahu. It was

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the garba the well of Zamzam.

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hills have suffered

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the tilting of the jamara the rights and the rituals of hedge

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the blessings and the Baraka and the abundant produce and fruits available in the city of Makkah, during all seasons, and not just now in the days of global trade, and transportation. But even centuries before people would marvel at the availability of produce and fruit in the barren valley of when it wasn't available anywhere else, even in the coastal regions, even in the luscious parts of the surrounding regions. But it was available in the city of

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all of these Baraka and these blessings and this availability of properties from fruits is related to so you're gonna find him.

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So his is a great position, the greatest of profits after the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Why does

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Islam accord such importance to him? Why is he mentioned with such favor in the Holy Quran

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to the extent that we as an oma have been commanded to follow in the footsteps of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he himself in the Koran has been commanded to follow in the footsteps of the prophets Ibrahim alayhis salaam, and His Prophet children. For behold our homework today Allah says and follow in their footsteps.

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Continuing with the

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headings from for solar, I was giving an introduction to the significance of

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the position of saving

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in Islam.

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In fact, not just the gamma and mcca and Zamzam

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and the rites and rituals of hedge.

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But even the presence of this

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is an answer to the democracy that I brought.

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Coming over sort of last in the love it

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was an answer to the mouth of Satan, Ibrahim Ali

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and he was on the occasion

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The completion of the garden which is what ultimately leads to

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that he made this to happen Allah mentions it what is the authority Ibrahim will cover a summary of the not in the

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proper knowledge, domain main document of Vietnam in Muslims.

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Second out of Edina

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robina Baba, I see him rasuna main

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takeaway and the Mahabharata is key.

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I'll just quickly translate or paraphrase the meaning of these three, four verses. Allah says, and when Ibrahim and Mary, were raising the foundations of the house of the gamma,

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they will pray,

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oh, our Lord, etc.

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And then the art continues. And it includes teachers our rights, ie and rituals of prayer, I'm observing you of forming the pilgrimage.

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And then the final part of the dryers and our la rays amongst them, meaning makers, make us Muslims.

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But our human is smarter than a Muslim both pray that our law makers Muslims,

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which are Muslim men and

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women really Athena Mata Muslim,

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make as Muslims, for you and from our children from our progeny,

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raise and create a whole Muslim for

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and the meaning of make us Muslim make our children Muslim make our future generations Muslim and raise from them a Muslim.

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The meaning of Muslim in this whole context is not what we think it is just the term Muslim

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Islam. Muslim comes from Islam and Islam means submission.

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Commonly It's said that Islam is peace.

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Of course it means peace, but not linguistic. not technically.

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Islam stands for peace. Yes, but the term Islam is not the translation is not peace. It means submission.

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And when Ibrahim is smart he lay him Salaam prayed to Allah Allah make as Muslim.

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They weren't referring to just the labor

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nor were they saying that our lawmakers peaceful they were peaceful.

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the meaning is show us how to submit totally to

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give us the ability

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to submit to

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Ibrahim alayhis salaam Salaam a lot make me a Muslim you smile easily Salaam said make me a Muslim. I want to submit to you and raised from our children March will submit to you

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and that's why Allah says again military of equal Ibrahim hos America muslimeen

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This is the way the religion of your father Ibrahim, it is he who called you and named you Muslims.

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And what does that mean? named you Muslims after himself and in his that just as he prayed that Allah made me want to submit to you it's my evil. He said make me one submit to you. And both prayed that from our children raised a generation raised in Omaha people who will submit to you.

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And this is why the term Islam and Muslims those who submit even apparent submission is Islam. Just as a last days of those veteran who served in our column taught me

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what am I calling to become the better we claim that we have become Muslim, Satan

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or messenger of Allah, that sorry, they said we have become not mean we have become believers. We have believed. So Allah commanded the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to tell them don't mean or say to them you have not believed rather say of yourselves a slim none. We have submitted

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and he man has not yet entered your heart. So even apparent submission leads to the title of Islam and Muslim. So the reason I'd emphasize

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On this point of Islam and Muslim is that was mentioning that the presence of this room is a fulfillment of the duality. Even Abraham had a sentiment that was the coming of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam was a fulfillment of that desire, because the last part of the law is our law, raise from them a messenger from from raised from amongst them a messenger, who will then recite to them the book of Allah. And the verse continues. So the coming of Rasool, Allah Hassan was that was the fulfillment of the duality by

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the rising of this room, as a Muslim

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with the title of Muslim was the naming of Ibrahim alayhis salaam, and and was the fulfillment of his prayer and the prayer obviously, he is so much about us about our religion, about our rites and rituals, about about our acts of worship, in fact, our very name, which is all connected to the single person of

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was commanded to follow.

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This is why he is a greatest human being, after the loss and the love it.

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This habit will be alive and we're great. But nobody ranks them greater than that, and the idea,

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the prophets of Allah, his messengers are the best, and the chosen ones of the whole of creation. And the leader of them all was a prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then second to him, was the Prophet Ibrahim.

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This is why

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there's so much to learn of him, about him of his car,

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and to adopt from his life.

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But the greatest lesson that he left, the greatest legacy of Ibrahim alayhis salaam that he bequeathed.

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To those who came out

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is Islam. Which means submission.

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That was his greatest lesson.

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His greatest sacrifice, and his submission and sacrifice. Were not for one day one not for a single episode, well not for one incident,

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we will be coming up to the day of eat, which is known as a day of sacrifices evil.

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As I mentioned earlier, everyone will we will all participate in the ritual of slaughtering an animal. And that's a reenactment of the story of his sacrifice and that of his son.

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But that wasn't just the only sacrifice in his life. That was actually just one page of a whole book of sacrifices, his sacrifices began at a very young age.

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And that leads me to the next point, which is that before we actually begin the Hadeeth, what were the incidents in his life that led to the beginning of what's mentioned in the study?

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And who exactly was saying that

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he was amazed at the Messenger of Allah.

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I won't go into the chronology or the, or the history or the dates of say that Abraham Lincoln said, and that's another topic in itself, but

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approximately 2000 years ago, so you can it Brahim alayhis salam

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lived in

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ancient art in Mesopotamia, in the city of all, all itself actually meant the city. And it was in the Babylonian kingdom, ancient Mesopotamia.

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All itself actually means that's why Jerusalem was originally or

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shallow, or Islam, even now it's called Islam, which means that was around the city of peace. So all

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Originally, it just meant the city, the greatest city at that time in the Mesopotamian period, was all and it was a huge Babylonian City. In fact, it wasn't you may sound simplistic and primitive, but they were quite advanced in maths and astronomy, in architecture and engineering and building. So say that Abraham Lincoln didn't live in just a primitive, simplistic, simple environment

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in which many of his fellow people were idolaters and were committed shut up and was so wavered,

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rather, despite their learning despite their civilization,

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Despite their advanced culture, despite their knowledge of maths, language languages, of astronomy, of engineering, despite their architectural feats, despite their worldly and scientific progress, when it came to the spirits, when it came to Allah when it came to religion,

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they were primitive.

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And their understanding was very simplistic,

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and wayward. And they worshiped stars, the planetary bodies, and graven images, stone statues and adults and save them. Sam would remonstrate with them, challenge them would advise them would invite them, and he shun their worship in their ways. This inevitably invited the wrath and the enmity of his people and in fact, his own family, and first of all, his own father.

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So see them

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a lot scannable with Anna had granted him great wisdom and understanding as he did to all the profits. And I'd like to mention something here, since he

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is known as the father of nations, and the patriarch of the monotheistic religions of Islam, Christianity and Judaism.

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There is much said about him, there's a lot believed about him. And unfortunately, some of the suggestions are horrendous.

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is that his wife, Sarah, or the alarm

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was actually his sister.

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And then he was an incestuous marriage. Half Cistercian, so one belief is that some of the Allaha was his half sister. And he lived his whole life in an incestuous marriage. The other common belief about Stephen Abraham is that he actually lived his life in idolatry.

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And it was only much later at an advanced age, according to some suggestions at the age of 75, that he

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was awakened, he became enlightened. And he realized the error of idolatry. And he explored monotheism. And that he discovered monotheism. He discovered the

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last panel with Anna answers that beautifully in more than one verse.

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Well Maracana minimum was shocking in another verse, well, I'm jacobina mushrikeen.

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He was not of the polytheists of the pagans. The translation of both verses is the same. Even though the wording in Arabic is different by cannabinol. Shaquille Why don't you come in and

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Salaam was not of the polytheists? And that one single verse answers so many things as the Quran often does? A single verse can be an answer so many questions.

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One, the pagans, the pagan Arabs of Makkah, they claimed

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and religious ancestry, both from seeing them at Brown.

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And of course, they were the descendants of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam, ethnically, but in terms of religion, they had abandoned the ways of their forefathers. And by claiming that this is the way of our forefathers, this is the religion of our forefathers, Ibrahim alayhis salam, what they actually suggested is that our idolatry our paganism, this is part of the religion of Ibrahim alayhis. Salam last panel who wants to add as verse answer that, that

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Ibrahim alayhis salam

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he was an iva he was an upright monotheist. He was not a polytheist. He was not pink. So it refutes the claim of the Michigan

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mechanic Ibrahima Houdini one I'm assuming you're working

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on Makana machine. Ibrahim was neither a yahoodi or an Islamic

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rather he was an upright Muslim. And he was not of the idolaters who was not to the pagans.

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And this verse not only answers the claim of the mushrikeen of Makkah, but you also

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answers this common belief that Ibrahim and he

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lived a life of idolatry, just like his fellow countrymen, just like his people, and that he only came to discover monotheism. And though he, after much soul searching, and after having lived a life of idolatry and check, and therefore, being the discoverer of the heed,

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he is the founder of monotheism.

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Ibrahim, Hassan was not the founder of monotheism, he didn't discover Ibrahim alayhis salam was always a more he was always a Hani he was always a Muslim. He was always a person of Toshi.

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And this is perfectly explained them the verse of the Quran which Allah Allah says, one thing that he brought Ibrahim

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Kumar, he

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is already a V.

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Maha hit the masala tea into the hierarchy who

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Allah says, And verily we had bestowed

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guidance upon Ibrahim of before.

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And we were surely knowing of him meaning Allah subhanho wa Taala from before, knew the worth and the virtue of Ibrahim had it

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since it was chosen prophets, but even before and Allah granted him his knowledge, his wisdom, his guidance may have before it wasn't something which he discovered he was born.

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So, Brahim alayhis salaam lived in or he grew up amongst his people, many of them worshipped

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idols graven images, stones, planetary bodies, and many different gods Ibrahim alayhis salam worshiped and called towards the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. This led to a great conflict between him and his people and primarily his family. And first of all his father, as of last season when he said to his father and his people, what are these statues that you are so devoted to?

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There are many stories about Ibrahim alayhis salaam, and probably the most famous one, which the Quran mentions is the one of him breaking the idols. And this conflict was long running, and eventually culminated in Ibrahim alayhis salaam, smashing their idols. And briefly what's happened is, they had a day of a great festival, an annual festival celebration.

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They invited him to come along, he

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declined. And in their absence, he went.

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And he took

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an ounce, which is an implement similar to an axe, and he smashed all the idols except the large one. And he then placed the ads, the tools similar to an axe, in the bosom or the cradle or the arms of the idol, and left and prior and similar to statues, and

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stone idols in many parts of the world. The on this day of fest on this great festival, much food had been laid out before the idols.

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And the verse of the Quran actually says that he spoke to them, he addressed them, and said, before he smashed them, he addressed them and said,

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Why don't you eat?

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What's wrong with you? Why don't you speak? And then he smashed all of them, with the exception of the largest one. And then he placed the tool in his hands and left, when the people returned, and they saw their smashed ideas. They said, who has done this?

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The people said, we've always heard of this young man. See, but then you've got all your all who Ebrahim? Not someone who discovered monotheism in the 75th year of his age, rather, someone who's enlightened have your from before. So we've heard of a young man who constantly mentioned these idols disparagingly.

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Ibrahim says, summon him, and bring him before all the people. And in fact, that was the purpose of saving it, but he made it so that he could present his argument not to the family, not to a few individuals, but rather to his whole to all the people on the occasion of their greatest festival and in the largest congregation. So when he was summoned and brought before them, they interrogated him, and they said, Did you smash these idols and his reply?

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Was Belfast, Belfast Who

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He said No, I didn't. He didn't say no, he said, rather

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the largest one of these idols, he smashed all the others. So why don't you ask them if they speak?

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They realize that how can we ask them? They don't speak. Now, I'd like to say something here. This story may sound rather simplistic. And we may say, Well, this is all rather than this is all childish, isn't it?

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Ibrahim, a young man smashing idols people coming and inspecting them demanding to know who had smashed the idols, Ibrahim alayhis salaam, blaming it on the largest idol. And then the people real and telling them ask the idols, you may all seem rather primitive and simplistic, but

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there are great lessons in this one story alone. As I said, he wasn't resident in a village. He was resident in

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the capital of Mesopotamia at the time,

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a culture, a civilization steeped in science in learning and writing in languages, in maths and astronomy, a civilization of great architectural and engineering feats.

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The people were advanced culture.

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And yet, despite all the learning,

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and all the technology and science, when it came to matters of the spirits, when it came to their relationship with Allah, indeed, they were primitive.

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And this is the

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cognitive dissonance of man.

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Were at one of the ads one, and at the same time,

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we are able to entertain and adhere to two strands of thoughts that are so contradictory.

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On the one hand, we can be so intelligent in so many different things.

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And yet,

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on the other, we can be so backward, so primitive.

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That's exactly what they did then. And in many ways, this is what we do, man. shidduch has never disappeared. idolatry has many forms. A graven image, an idol, is one form of idolatry. But we have our own forms of idolatry. And we may scoff at these people who placed food before the idols. And when they returned and found that they couldn't defend themselves, let alone anyone else. And then around him later Salaam told them to ask the idols what to happen to them. We may scoff at all of this. But is this any different to what we need? What saved me Brahim Allah Hassan was demonstrating to them was the stupidity and the futility of their behavior. And that is a lesson for us. Because

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idolatry is not just about the worship of graven images. Allah subhanho wa Taala. Anna says in the Quran, woman, a nurse in a room in La Jolla and da da,

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da, da, da, da,

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And of the people that are those who take besides Allah,

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rivals to equals to Allah. They love them

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as they should have loved Allah.

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And those who have believed they are more intense in their love of

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anything which a person becomes devoted to what did last what is the last panel what the other quote of saying that?

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He says? What are they not Ibrahima, rational human? He I mean, if he was only Maha, the theme that the ultimate hierarchy

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and We bestowed

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upon Ibrahim his guidance of before, and surely we will well knowing of him when he said to his father and his people, what are these statues, and from the hierarchy form?

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And I mentioned some time ago in

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the commentary of hardy in the chapter of fast, I mentioned about the calf.

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And I explained them and we've just had to cough in a bomb

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at the Gulf Coast and the roots were

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so active, what does it mean? What did he

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Listen, I'm saying to them, what are these statues that you are arguing over?

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meant means someone who is utterly focused and totally devoted to something or someone to the exclusion of everything else.

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And this is where the calf comes in. When a person sits in the calf, the person seclude themselves, either physically or mentally

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or metaphorically

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and devotes themselves and focuses single mindedly on one thing.

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And in Attica, orthonormal bomb a person

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seclude themselves

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and exclude everything from their mind from their life, except a loss

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and their relationship with them.

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That's the purpose of Attica. So what you brought

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to them was, what are these statues that you are devoted to so focused.

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And we do the same with allied as a last as they are of the people, those who take besides a lot equals to him that they love, as they should have loved.

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We can we can take any either it could be a purse, an individual, another human being a man, a woman, it could be an idea.

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It could be a philosophy, it could be a way of life, it could be a habit,

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it could be a personal trait.

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It could be a thing of enjoyment, it could be a pastime, anything, which to which we are so devoted, single mindedly that it makes us forget the last panel with Anna is an equal to Allah, his arrival to Allah. And therefore for us that is in itself a form of idolatry. And

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it doesn't matter if we do not frustrate him about

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if we believe in the power in the strength of any force, of any being of anything, besides Allah subhanho wa Taala that in itself is a form of ship. And that's what you put on Himalayas and I was demonstrating to them that you worship these idols, you wish these graven images, he smashed them,

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and illustrated to them, that they cannot do anything for themselves, that alone to anything for you.

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And for us, it's the same.

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Everything that we hold on to so dearly besides Allah, trusting in it's believing in it lavishly focusing our attention on it being devoted to

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believing in its strength and its power. Ultimately, it amounts to nothing without a loss.

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So that was the lesson. So what happened after that, so even Abraham

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was persecuted even more severely now by his own people. And then eventually, they threatened to burn him alive. Then there's a famous story of him being flown into the fire saved by God.

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And then eventually he left his people. He did he dropped from all to

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a place called Haram. In Arabic Normans have around in modern day Turkey. And he emigrated there with members of his family. And he said in the maharjan, en el Arabi, I'm emigrating to my Lord.

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I mentioned before that Hitler is a symbol of that ambiguity.

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And in there, there is a great lesson for us.

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approval, disapproval, friendship and tendency

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of people doesn't really mean much.

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Popularity doesn't mean

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says,

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On the day of reckoning, there will be the prophets of Allah Who shall enter Jimena with groups of pm and paraphrasing

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with groups of people have that there will be those who will enter Jimena with three with a few people with two people with one person and there will be some MBRP who sedan who shall enter Gemma alone of that.

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Popularity doesn't mean anything.

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It's the last panel who would the other was to bestow popularity

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onto anyone

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It would have been that Amir and the rustle the messengers and the prophets and a

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Were saying and doing what people want,

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again, isn't that divided loyalty?

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Allah subhanho wa Taala expects something from

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the creator expects something from me. And the creation expects something else. So you do what the creation expects, and not what Allah created.

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The creation creates the command

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and the creation demand.

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And we do what the creation demand

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and ignore what the creator command

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is, and that's a form of shit. I'm not calling anybody a Muslim. I'm inviting myself to reflect on the message of the true monotheism of Ibrahim alayhis. Salam, and the meaning of shidduch in Islam, and mentioned in Gaza was shut off, get out when were you

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a book devoted to transactions and financial dealings, and mentioned about shidduch What does schicke actually mean?

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shidduch originally just means partnership.

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That's all it means. idolatry is a secondary, later me.

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It just means partnership.

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Surely means a partnership means partnership. Ship gotcha means a company, collection of individual or partners. So she originally just means partnership. And should I don't treat Islam is when a person makes anyone or anything, apartment, apartment have a last panel without in anything and intention and acts of worship and devotion.

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this was the truth though he'd have saved and I bet on him.

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And I mentioned that he was a son of the NBA, he was Sadam, they weren't popular.

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And if a law wish to bestow popularity upon anyone, it would have been the NBA most of them and they weren't inclined to populism where they said or did what people want.

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They were firm in their faith.

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They were humble,

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loving, caring, inviting to the way of Allah warming, giving glad tidings, but they will firm in their face.

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They did not

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go with the flow.

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They did not waver.

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Their message never changed.

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And it was one regardless of what people said.

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In fact, the way Ibrahim alayhis salaam spoke to his father illustrates his beautiful

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wife cofell Kitab Ibrahim in the area.

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It's part of the abbey here Abdullah Mata Mata mala is smuggle when are you upset or what are your anger? Yeah, apathy in Nipa journeymen madam yes

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sir often Sonia

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and mentioned in the book I in the Quran, Ibrahim For verily he was very gracious I extremely honest. A prophet.

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And remember when he mentioned when he said to his father?

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Oh my father, how does the message begin? He didn't scold him.

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He spoke to him lovingly. every sentence begins with the words Yeah.

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Oh, my father. Why a question. Not so much don't rather

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he invited him to think he encouraged him to think

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to reflect Yeah. Oh my god.

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Why do you worship that which cannot hear which can not see you which can't help you in any way which cannot avail you of anything.

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Oh, my far

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in the journey middle in the Muslim yet.

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But the Bimini Africa, Surat and so we have a beautiful verse.

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He answers a question that how can a son address the father the father is older, wiser, more authoritative? Is his dad.

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How can the son lecture the father?

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Happy can the son know better than the father? How can the younger one know better than the old

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala quotes his words, yeah. Oh my father, verily, some knowledge has come to me which has not come to you.

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Therefore follow

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and I shall guide you to the straight.

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He spoke with love, he spoke with affection. He spoke with respect, regardless of his father's harshness towards him.

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But he remained firm in what he did.

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He did not waver,

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and as a result of

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adhering to their beliefs, and continuing to preach to their people, and inviting them to the way of Allah, all of the NBA he was salam, O Allah, and his role was a son of the NBA.

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They were hardly ever revered or respected by their own people, they were almost invariably driven out. It happened with the Prophet sallallahu it was and then mcda Look at his life and experience in Makkah, in contrast to his life and experience in Medina, the same way they brought him and he

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eventually had to leave his people. And he had to do

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to Hara in modern day Turkey, but originally this was actually considered part of Sham. And that's why in the Hadees last alarm, it was cinnamon refers to show and one of the names he gives to Sham is Maha general Ibrahim, meaning the destination of the Prophet Ibrahim's emigration.

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So he lived there for many years. And there he had a number of experiences. Then Allah commanded him to come down to Ghana, an ancient canon, which is modern day Palestine. And from there, and then much of it is Sierra, as we know, it is actually from that period.

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At one time from, from modern day Palestine, he also traveled to Egypt, where he had that encounter with the Pharaoh of the day. regarding his sister, which I mentioned, sorry, regarding his wife, Sarah, for the love, of which he did say that this is my sister by explained that in the commentary of the Hadees, not too long ago, a few months ago, in which Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Ibrahim alayhis salam did not lie to any lie, except three lies, but he did so for the sake of Allah. And they weren't lies, as I explained that in detail, because in Arabic, the word COVID means something that doesn't conform to reality.

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It doesn't conform to react.

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And, strangely, this was one of the questions which I actually posed in the

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human body exam paper to the graduating this year, in the history of the body where we hold the alarm speaks of gamma bar, and says of him in one sentence, that he was the most truthful of the moderators, who would relate to the stories of the people of the book tours. But despite this, we experienced him with him.

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And the meaning of government

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is not a lie. Rather, something which doesn't conform to reality. Therefore, in Arabic, the word given refers to both an outright lie as well as an error, a mistake.

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So why would we ever be allowed to sing about gamble? Not that he was alive, but that he made mistakes, and there was a mistake, there was an area, so see them around here and in his salon, when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says, he, he lied, thrice he did not lie except thrice and always for the sake of Allah.

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It wasn't that he was a lying, but he said something. It was a form of dissimulation. But

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he said something which didn't conform to reality, not as the people fault, but it did conform to reality in one way. And

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one of them was, he said, in the Supreme, I'm ill, and I've explained all of that, in on that occasion, please refer to it. But the third occasion was when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam said, he was passing by in the land of a tyrant King, and that was the Pharaoh of Egypt at the time, who, and the story was that he been corrupt of nature.

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They would have their arms on any beautiful woman,

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and saw that the law was extremely beautiful.

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And it was, it was a strange customer. But if

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a woman was alone, she was in danger. If a woman was accompanied by her husband, they were both

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because what

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They would do is kill the husband

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and capture the woman. But

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if the woman was with a member of her family such as her brother,

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then both of them would be honored and spared any harm. So see them at Brown here. I'm fearing for his life and fearing for the dignity of his wife, knowing the intentions of the Pharaoh was ultimately the most powerful man in the kingdom. And they consider themselves God to do with people as they wish

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to take life and to give life and in their view, the meaning of giving life was to spare someone on who the judgment of death had been passed, and then to pass the judgment of death on someone who's totally innocent. So, since the Pharaoh and others like him were of that nature see them on a histogram told sada will be alarmed that if we you are asked, then say that you are my sister, and that is the truth.

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For here, apart from you and me, there are no other believers, and we are brother and sister in faith.

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And indeed, Pharaoh summoned Caesar Ebrahim, a Salam on that occasion was powerless

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and he was summoned to his court. From the moment she left, Ibrahim alayhis salaam engaged in salah and prey. Of course, salon may have been different. We don't know the details, but ingrained engage in prayer to a loss of water and supplication. The King the tap, and Pharaoh attempted to advance his hand towards Allah hold the alarm on her. She made it when she realized his intentions. She also began to engage in salah and in prayer and supplication to Allah, both husband and wife in different locations, praying to Allah Subhana Allah engaging in Salah. He extended his hand towards her, and he was suddenly parallel

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is suffered the paralysis of the hand, knowing that she had something to do with this because she was praying. He said, Pray to your Lord,

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to relieve me office,

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and I will not harm you, I promise. So in her soft nature, she prayed to Allah to relieve him.

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And instantly her supplication was accepted, and strength returned to his hand and he was relieved of his paralysis. But a corrupt person was corrupt of nature.

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Despite witnessing this miracle, he again extended his hand taught, and again, his hand froze suffering paralysis. He repeated his earlier request, pray to your God your God, pray to your God. Just as Pharaoh and his people set to Moosa alayhis salaam, pray not to God, but pray to your God.

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So she he said, Pray to your God to relieve me, and I promise I will not harm you or repeat myself. She prayed, and again, the paralysis was removed, being corrupt of nature. For the third time he extended his hand. And again, his hand frozen, he suffered paralysis. Then she prayed, he requested another day, she prayed. And then third time,

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he came to his senses, but even then, not fully, because he summoned his court ears and he said to them, You have not brought to me a woman or a human being. She's not an Inserm. She's a shaper.

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So take her away.

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they took her away.

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And He then told her, and his core tears that take her away.

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And then he also found out that Ibrahim alayhis salaam was her husband, she said, Take her away and take that man away, tell them to leave my land. And strangely,

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he gave her a gift.

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Probably to encourage her to depart. And he gave her a gift of a made handmade Mona hijo de la. She was an Egyptian girl. So he gave her as a gift to her. So when she returned to see them at Ebrahim alayhis salaam, he was still engaged in his daughter and his color in his prayer. And he asked her whilst praying with a signal of his hand with the motion of his hand. What happened? So she said a last panel with Anna protected me, and he returned me to you and he has also given us a gift of a handmaiden.

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That was the Coptic made harder will be Allah.

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From who eventually say that Abraham had a this lamb had a Sunday tomorrow.

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This reminds me, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was given a big deal a Coptic made as a gift. Mario will be Allah home her, and she bought him many years after his last child. Many years later, she brought some great joy and happiness. With Ibrahim it'll be allowing his beautiful son, whom he had to sacrifice for the sake of

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just as a Brahim It was called sacrifices some, but law did not take him away with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he did he loved Mario cookie out of the Aloha and someone sold that the wines they were jealous of each other. But and Maria to be able to be a lover and her arrived, they were all collectively jealous of her. So he had to remove her from near the masjid to a distant area of Medina, where he would go regularly to visit her and Ibrahim Lila and when he was born, he was so overjoyed who would bring him, show him to the family. He showed him to Irish out of the love on her. And he said, Do you not see

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my likeness in him. And I shadow the alarm I'm had looked at him and said he doesn't look like.

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So here, really, at the end of the day.

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When I shadow the law, says that when a woman suffers from real jealousy,

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the upper part of the valley spins around the valley spins. What that means is that the upper part of the valley appears as the lower part of the valley, and the lower Valley appears as the upper valley. And that's in the open clear desert air. Despite his clarity and its penetration to the mind, and its piercing effect, the clouds a person's judgment and we can all suffer from a leader, man all and therefore jealousy is extremely dangerous. Both hazard is dangerous and jealousy is dangerous.

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It can lead to paranoia, and they both feed of each other paranoia feeds of jealousy, jealousy feeds off paranoia. And that's why I've always said even in English, there's a great difference in distinction between jealousy and envy. We normally use the words interchangeably, we say jealous of someone's jealous of another person. But strictly speaking passive is envy, envy.

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And jealousy is Avira, Hosea, both pronunciations in Arabic. And in Arabic, we see the euro and the Euro, and in other language, especially in others ever had. So

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once again, one of those common famous words and beloved words in order to,

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especially in our culture, is that

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these two perceptions, these two ideas notions of is that and

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that leads to so much violence, so much conflict, so much ill behavior and such stupidity.

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Because with this idea of that a person doesn't think straight or rational, just as meaning and shuttle the alarm.

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So an arrogant zebra may refer to jealousy. So what's the distinction between jealousy and jealousy and envy, simple envy is when you are passionate about what someone else has, but you don't have.

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And jealousy is when you are passionate of what you have simple.

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Envy is when you're passionate about what someone else has.

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And you may even have it, you may actually have it. We still are envious. So envy is when you're passionate about what someone else has. And jealousy is when you're passionate about what you have. You don't want to lose it, but in that

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desire, to control, to retain control,

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to keep

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to control something which is uncontrolled, to keep something which is not everlasting. To hold on to something which is transients by its very nature.

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We lose our man.

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That's a man does it. A woman does it.

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Men unfortunately kill out of jealousy.

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That's what the whole Shakespearean play of Othello is about. And he's actually a Muslim.

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In the Othello's Muslim

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But not refer to as such but the

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or the more

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so, men killing their jealousy. So anyway, we're walking in a shadow the alarm. She explains that Avira leaves

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a person to great confusion and even the valley spins for a woman suffering from or a person suffering from Lila so she said about Iran he would have the alarm and he doesn't look like you. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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his son was taken away from him. And his story is similar to him and his family up 50 out of the love and her job, the Coptic, the maid given to me but

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after that the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam left Egypt with both sadaharu Leila and her, his wife, and the handmade handmade and hotjar are the alarm and return to the lambda of modern day Palestine. He lived for very long, and despite being greatly advanced in his years, he did not have a child his family was childless. And I'm gonna Sardar hold the alarm and I just couldn't conceive. And he prayed and he prayed to Allah subhanho wa Taala for a child with great patience. Again, this was the mother act of devotion and patience. Another great lesson for us. From the time he was married at a young age,

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sada hold the alarm, I was actually his cousin sister, says half sister, his cousin says these first cousin, despite being married for such a long time, they were childless, a childless couple. And he continued to pray to the last panel over and over again, with patience with submission, submitting to the willand decree of a law without despair without frustration.

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And imagine

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a lot of them gave him a child, many many decades later scores of years later. And that was only after sada huddled the alarm I realized that she was unable to conceive and therefore she said to him at a salon that I am unable to conceive, why don't you marry her? This handmaiden of mine and perhaps through her let me give you a chart.

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So say that Abraham had a married and when I had over the line, and then eventually she Well, she gave birth to the Prophet is married and he slammed his first son. This now leads us to the beginning of heavy from this as well stop and inshallah from next week we will continue with the actual heavy so before I end let me just read the first words again of the heavy for the Senate or we can find the thing Abdullah Mohammed Arlanda from Amazon as a

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matter middleman a YouTuber sophea need Wikipedia and Wikipedia. Now view there is

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even debate in Parliament Ibis and the Allahumma. Abdullah, man, how do I relate to them?

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Or how do

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I relate to the continuous and uninterrupted chain from me to remember Haile Rahim Allah will says I'm delighted I'm related to Azzam dausa related to us that may or may not have informed us from Ubisoft the Iranian Cathedral but him because he didn't know Cathedral but

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each of them adding more than the other in the heading file explains next week from either mudvayne from I'm delighted my boss of the Allahumma I'm delighted Ibis will be alive, I'm Kumar said, a woman on minto communicability. Miss Mary, the first that women adopted the practice of fastening the sash.

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From was from the mother of his Mary, meaning hydrophobia, Allah

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insha Allah. I'll continue from here next week, and I'll explain thoroughly to clean yourselves in.

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