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Raheem

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Sterling sallim ala Hartman levy Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira Neela. Medina my bag respected listen as a Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. Today is Tuesday the eighth of August 2006. Welcome to yet another lesson as we go through the Tafseer of surah. Yusuf. Just before beginning once again, let's just clear out a question that is here from yesterday. You mentioned an important point in regards to the Muslims not reading the Quran. The question is saying basically that I did make a point at the beginning of the of the Tafseer when we're speaking about Allah subhanho wa Taala saying that we revealed to the Quran in Arabic, and

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we're mentioning the importance of a Muslim actually reading his own book as the Quran is the Constitution of a believer. And obviously here The question is saying that they are some other scholars who actually

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who actually advise against the normal public actually reading the Quran or the meaning of the Quran or the Tafseer as that may lead to them going astray. Now obviously Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us in the book in his own book, he says, Well aka the Quran Allah decree

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that we have made the Quran easy for one to remember for one to understand for decades. So is there anyone who will read and understand so it is incorrect for us to advise the Muslim public not to read the book or only to read it if they have a scholar with them? Obviously, when you do read your book and use the Quran, and you find that in certain circumstances, you're not understanding properly, etc, when you have to

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get acquainted with your lemma and question them and ask them to clarify matters, but to say openly that you shouldn't read your book this is against the commander of Allah subhanho wa Taala is affiliated the Bernal Coram Amala kuruvilla that do not ponder over the Quran do not ponder his teachings Do you not learn and read the teaching that Allah subhanho wa Taala has placed in it Allah Akbar Allah? Or is it that you have a look upon your heart to Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us from the so we wouldn't say that you shouldn't read the book we say read the Quran from cover to cover just as you read other novels. The Quran has more right of being read because you are a

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Muslim, a servant of Allah subhanho wa Taala it is your constitution and you should know what is required of you. And yes, there will be cases where you need explanations from the llama, contact them as soon as possible because that's why they are there and clarify some difficulties descriptive discrepancies or mis conceptions that one may have when understanding the meaning. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make it easy. A request is made for my cell phone number. Yes, by all means you may have my cell phone number, if I may find it. That 082229083408 triple 290834 This is the number that I use when I'm in South Africa. In fact, you can get an email at any time. It's such as a j i d

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h m Ed that's one word. Sajid Ahmed, then a dot, then Omar you [email protected] Sajid Ahmed

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dot com. Moving on with the Tafseer yesterday, we stopped at the point where now the brothers wanted to put the plan into effect. So they went to the Father and they said they use a lot of emotional politics and emotional blackmail. They went to me and said, What is wrong with you that you don't trust us with use of AlLahi salatu wa sallam? Why is it that when it comes to him, you don't even trust us with him when in actual fact we are his brothers were in Allahu la nacion. We are from amongst those who advise him in counseling, we are His well wishes. And then they told him to seal Houma and Nevada yada yada in Allah would have done that send him with us tomorrow, so we can play

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and be together. We're in Allahu Allah hospital and we are to him protect us, we will protect him. So they protect the plan against use of now they put their plan into effect. So they tell jacoba salatu salam does not obviously iacobelli salatu salam, as I said, being over protective of this young boy, he was in his infancy, some of them as a seven Some say eight. In any case, it was definitely under the age of 10. Allah Subhana Allah knows best he needs guidance. As I said, some of them I mentioned that his mother passed away whilst he was an infant. If that was the case, then even more so more reason for jacoba salatu salam to be overprotective of his son. Remember the other

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brothers were big in age and they was a possibility that they would neglect him and he put it through to them when he said Allah

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In like a tsunami and tell her will be he will have

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a halfway Aquila, VIP, one two man who have it when he said that I am it saddens me to let him go with you. It worries me that I let him out of my sight I let him go with you. And I am scared that a wolf may eat him while you are unaware you might be too busy playing or competing with one another or doing certain things. Obviously he's young, he can be with you in everything that you do. There might be a circumstance that you might be ignorant of him, you might leave him in a certain place, you might forget about him for a little while, and that little moment something could happen to them. Now jacobellis salatu salam, we should remember was a prophet of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And

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he heard use of the dream, remember at the beginning use of narrates his dream to his father, about the sun, the moon and the 11 stars. Now that 1am, I mentioned that he may have not known the exact details about it. But as a prophet, he realized that Allah subhanho wa Taala had a lot in store for his son. He knew that use of Alinea salatu salam would reach a very high status, and he would be a very great caliber. So with all this in mind, could he really and truly be worried of a wolf eating his son? I mean, did he really contemplate the aspect of a wolf eating his son? Or did he just say it? So some of the one I must say that yes, he was genuinely scared. Because if he didn't worry

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about a wolf eating his son, then he would be like, so he was genuinely scared. Now, some of the other 1am I say that, no, he wasn't actually scared of a wolf eating his son, but he was aware that something could happen to these people could push against him and use this as an excuse to be diplomatic with him. However, in the same breath, he was not lying about the wolf, even though he may have not been worried, truly, that a wolf would actually consume or attack or eat Yusuf alayhi salatu salam, but he mentioned it as a form of Toria. Now, toda in Arabic language is when you say something, and the thing that you say has two meanings. The thing that you say has two meanings. So,

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you intend the further meaning. You intend the further meaning for example, when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was going to Medina and a ransom was put on him and he was at Abu Bakar gala and, and somebody so Abubakar recognized him and came to Abercrombie alone and said, Who is this person with you? Meaning Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, Who is he? Now obviously, if he said that, this is Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would have been captured because there was a ransom put on him. So Abubakar, Allah and said, He's my guide. He is my guide, no, a guide, in that circumstance had two meanings, obviously Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, he's all our guides, he came and guided us from the darkness and put us into the light. But that person interpreted the closer meaning that he is abubakr his guide is showing him the way obviously those days they have to travel through the desert, etc. And they needed guides to show them the best routes, etc. Where the whales would be and,

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and stuff such as those meaning the things that you would actually think about when you're traveling and remember it was in the days to travel by camel, the distances were far there was no air conditioning as we have today. It was a hot desert. So they would plan the route through places that had wells or there would be water along the way, or places for them to rest. So obviously they will take guides, so Abubakar della Han told this person that he is my guide. Now the guide had two meanings. abubakr meant He's my guide, he's taken me from the dark period into the period of Islam, but that person translated it as his meaning Abu Bakr his actual guide, showing him the way so this

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is toda. So Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best. And some might say that why do we mentioned this difference of opinion, obviously, we are doing this deceit and we trying to do justice to it. We are speaking on air. And when you speak on air, you face the possibility of reaching a large audience, those who might be studying Islam. And I do know for a fact as I've received some emails from the UK, there are students from the devil over there actually tuning into the program. So it is a benefit that we try and mention everything. There's no need for us to get confused. Yeah, this is the depth of the Arabic language and Allah subhanho wa Taala lifted unknown, there's no need for us

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to go deep into whether he was actually using Toria or whether he was actually worried that his son would be eaten by a wolf, but the aura might have discussed it and for beneficial purposes, I included so we learned an important lesson from this and that is the aspect of Toria Toria is not actually lying. It's when you say something which has two meanings. You intend the further meaning but the person listening to you understands the closer meaning.

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So jacoba salat wa salam places his fear to his children so the children respond by saying oh like in a color with VIP one I noticed

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that if he is with us, if he used to snap is with us and we are so large in

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Number, and they will actually eat him, then indeed without doubt we are from the losers. Because we so big number it's impossible for, for him to be attacked by a wolf and research when we actually are groupers. But we have a large group of people. So this is how they responded to the Father. So they were trying to remove the last few years that jacoba Allahu Salatu. Salam had. I mean, now he had nothing to say to them, obviously, because they've actually planned it. Well, he mentioned to them his fear. They said, Look, we large number if anything happens, it will be from the losers, it's practically impossible for anything to happen to him. So then Allah subhanaw taala continues

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telling us the story. He says Phantom mother has to be

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a loofa battleship. So when they took him out and agreed to put him into the bottom of a Well, remember, they were planning on killing him and the oldest brother said, Look, don't kill him. If you are going to do something, then throw him in the bottom of a well, they had a consensus about it. They managed to get him out away from the Father. And they agreed they went and they threw him in the well. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, well, oh hanaa la, Latina B and B led him her that are homeless. And we inspired him and revealed to him that you will surely inform these brothers of yours one day about this affair of this about them getting rid of you and throwing you into this

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well, while they perceive not a wild they don't recognize you. Now, I am going to discuss this idea a bit because in it these lessons remember we spoke about Jamia or kelim, the beautiness of the Arabic language, the power that Allah subhanho wa Taala has been revealed when revealing his book when when revealing the Quran, that in so little words we take so much.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala tells with the use of a young boy, let us put ourselves in the frame of mind or try to have use of Annie Salatu Salam youngboy so handsome, well mannered, pious, Allah subhanho wa Taala shows at an early stage of his life, that they are good things to come to this boy, then 11 brothers come cheat him away from his father using emotional politics, emotional blackmail, whatever you may use to it. He's totally innocent. He's excited. I'm going out with my brothers. They take him, they harass him, they move him to this well far away from where his home is. And then they throw him into the well. So Pamela, just imagine to my mothers and fathers listening out there if it

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was your own child, what would you do thinking about your seven year old child lost somewhere in Johannesburg, never mind being at the bottom of a well lost somewhere in the city. So he is at the bottom of a well, and he should he's removed from him and that was part of the plan. So he shared is not with him. And he's in the bottom of the world. And you might be thinking my brothers are playing with me. And then he hears these footsteps disappearing slowly, the footsteps slowly disappear and all of a sudden, he is totally by himself. So Pamela, now the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon him remember one thing respected? Allah azza wa jal revealed to his prophets between the ages of 30

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and 40. He sent them divine revelation between the ages of 30 and 40. He Allah subhanho wa Taala says when Yusuf was in the well, at a very young age, well okay now in the you know, the orlimar have said that this was a revelation in some other city. It was a revelation, it was inspiration, it was Ilham Ilha means type of inspiration, whereby you understand you understand something, but others have said it was a revelation because Allah subhanho wa Taala said, well, hanaa In any case, there's a long discussion in regards to it. However, Allah subhanho wa Taala inspired him revealed him a young boy seven years old, without hope, lifting the wealth away from his mother away from his

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father and the brothers will you place your trust in desert you leave you out there for dead, Allah subhanho wa Taala through His mercy, inspires introduce to use of adding salatu wa salam and says, Let will not be unknown, you will indeed, the beauty of the Arabic language once again, let it be unknown this lamb is for jockeyed for, to make something you know when you speaking, you can speak in such a way that you may express yourself more this lamb over here that Allah subhanho wa Taala has placed that in a Vietnam is a type of expression Allah is making it certain and expressing his view to him that indeed, the day will definitely come that you will inform your brothers of this

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evil action of this homeless alone and they won't even know you. They won't even identify you. So what do we learn from this audio besides what I've told you are at the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Allah tells him this, we learn from it. A few things. Things which comes to my mind right now is that first and foremost, he would definitely understand that I'm not going to die over here. Because Allah subhanho wa Taala said one day you will inform them What does that mean? That means you're not going to die now meaning you're going to live for a period the day is still going to come to your data.

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I'm not over immediately This is what we understand from this is. The second thing that we understand is that Yusuf Ali Salaam would definitely have status. How do we know this because Allah said earlier that they will not recognize you. So the fact that they won't recognize him means he will be of great status, he will be somebody that they would never imagine, he would be in a position that they will never imagine a boy thrown in the wild at the age of seven could reach that status or reach to that position. So indeed, you would have great status. So firstly, you won't die. Allah said, you will tell them future, you won't die. He understands that his days are not over in

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the world. The second point is that he will have great status. Why? Because they won't recognize him. A third point that comes to mind very quickly is that use of allien salatu salam will be above them, as he will be the one informing them Allah says you will inform them just like a father informs his son and the teacher informs his or her student. So he would be in a higher position, he would be in a higher position, a position that he could do or he will be doing the informing and they will be doing the listening. Then we also learn that Yusuf alayhi salatu salam will be reunited with his family.

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Yusuf Alayhi salat wa salam will be reunited with his family. Why do we know this because Allah said you will inform them. So that means he is going to be reunited with him, the time will come when they will actually meet. So that's another point. And the fifth point that comes to mind is

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this ayah this inspiration, this revelation at that time, such I mean, someone will be so scared a young boy, a duck Well, in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of nowhere, Allah subhanho wa Taala appeased him, a PS use of it in salatu salam and only Allah subhanaw taala knows the exact fear that can exist within a young boy, after suffering a horrible torment, such as death. So So parent Allah, in this one, I will end all these teachings. So this I actually appeased use of adding salatu salam gave him hope, and it gave him hope that inshallah he won't be, he has time to live. The world is not the end of his life. It's not the end of days, he will move on to bigger and better things. And

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is upon all April. Now, the story actually moves into another phase, a phase where Yusuf alayhi salatu salam is gone, is no more with his father, the plan is carried out the plotted and planned against him, the plan has gone successful. And now they have to go back to the Father. These brothers, they have to go back or the sons have to go back to the Father mine is who Yusuf Ali salatu salam, so he was in the picture all along. Now he's out of the picture, but only temporarily. So they go back to their father, or Joe about him, Aisha and you have Kuhn.

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And they came to the Father at night, Russia, meaning at the time of Russia, the early part of the night, weeping SubhanAllah. weeping convincingly. They want to convince the father of the, of this horrible event that just took place, obviously, they're going to be lying to their father. And we speak about this later that remember, they said, we'll get rid of him and we will be good. we purify ourselves, now they still have to lie. So they come in, and they can fake tears, crocodile tears, whatever you may call it. So they came to the Father at the early part of the night at the time of Russia, which is the early part of the night and they were crying.

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And what did they have in plan

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they had in plan for usage of the same fear that iacobelli Salatu was that I'm talking, remember, he said, I feel for eating, he revealed to them a fear. They were going to use that same fear against him. They were going to use that same fear against him. They're gonna tell him that listen, use Valley so that So Sam was eaten by a wolf. So this is what the plan was, they came back crying, and now they were going to use the last fear that jacobellis salatu salam had for his son and that's why those who specialized in attacked in the tactics of warfare etc. They mentioned never ever released your enemy, any fears that you might have, because they might just use that same fear against you.

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Anyway. So they came crying, a befitting picture, they all upset they all up in arms, and they go and they say, yeah, a banner in the hub Nana stuck with a rock now you're suffering the Medina facula dip into the macmini lenna on openness, like the theme, La ilaha illAllah. They say, oh, Father, indeed, we went racing with one another. We had a competition with one another. And we live Yusuf alayhi salatu salam with our possessions with our belongings. And whilst we were racing, and involved in competition with one another, a wolf came out and devoured him an ATM.

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And then what makes it worse, there are statements emotional blackmail, wanna enter the mini lenna while openness and you will never

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ever believe us, even though we are so panela they tell the father what happened. And now they say, look, we know you're not gonna believe us, you know, you're not gonna believe us even though we are to he hasn't said anything yet. They've informed him, he hasn't even responded. But obviously, emotional blackmail, trying to get through hit the soft parts of the heart of jacoba salatu salam, you're trying to convince him that something actually happened to us of when they were in fact responsible for breaking this family breaking the Brotherhood and getting rid of a young boy who was blessed by Allah subhanho wa Taala. And they tell the father hitting him that listen, we're telling

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you what happened. And we know you're not gonna believe us, even though we are truthful. And Allah subhanho wa Taala knew best. So we learn here, the impact of using emotional blackmail. And I'm going to take time off just to speak a bit about it, because it's something that exists within a lot of people. And I find this out, especially when we try and assist some of the youth when they're having a bit of problems at home, in regards to their mothers, their fathers. And the biggest circumstance would be whereby they might have an interest in marrying a certain girl or the girl might have an interest in marrying a certain boy. But then we are faced with this an Islamic belief

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of tribalism of caste, whereby parents feel that no, they should marry a certain tribe in a certain cost, etc. So what happens, the mothers go into

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the selfish mode, and they use emotional blackmail against their own children. Instead of sitting and looking at what is in front of us, this boy, my son, who I love, who I brought up, who is the coolness of my eyes, He is a good boy. And now he's interested in marrying this girl, let us at least take the chance to look at the girl islamically inclined or not, let's look at the pros and the cons of the situation. Immediately we say no, this girl is from another caste or This boy is from another cost and you are not doing it. So we behave selfishly. And then some others use or some fathers use this emotional blackmail, whereby we go and say that if you do do it, don't even come to

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my grave.

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And I know right now those who are listening at home,

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some of us or some of us might be actually remembering a time that you might have heard the statement being sent and I've heard it many a time. This is emotional blackmail, my dear listeners, we need to fear Allah subhanho wa Taala and not be oppressive to anybody. A person who uses emotional blackmail is in actual fact being oppressive. Allah subhanho wa Taala does not love the oppressors. Remember, you are a servant of Allah subhanho wa Taala and not a servant of your desires, you will do what Allah subhanho wa Taala said and not what you feel is right. But if Allah determined, right, we'll be right, even though you might have another feeling to it. And at the end

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of the day, if Allah subhanho wa Taala and His Prophet decreed something upon you, it was it was never decreed upon you in such a way that you felt that you had a choice in the matter. So when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us in the way, the reason why I'm speaking about the aspect of marriage is because this is the gist of the problems that the youth are facing at the moment.

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And this is the this is something this emotional blackmail item, it is emotional blackmail for the mother or the father to tell the child if you do this, don't bother coming to my grave. This is emotional blackmail in the highest degree you cannot play. Obviously no son, no daughter, after hearing this will actually, you know, go against their parents, some would, but no child in no meaning who has a good relationship with his parents would actually do this. In fact, it will burn him or burn her and eater of more so parents advised against this oppressive quality of using emotional blackmail. Here, the children of iacobelli salatu salam are hurting him further, they use

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the emotional blackmail against him that look, this is what happened. And you're not gonna believe us. Even though we are truthful. He has never responded to them. And they're doing this May Allah subhanho wa Taala to protect us from this, let us think my dear parents, and this is also for the children.

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Let us think before we speak out, let us stop, think analyze what you're going to say and look at the impact that it might have on the next person and this is from Islam a way of life. Although it was always taught us to think before we speak, don't just speak and then regret later. Don't be emotional be in control. What happens in most cases with emotional blackmail, it is happens in a case where the person speaking is not in control. He or she is in a phase where they're not in control of the condition or the situation that is at hand and we start lashing out with words that really can hurt the next person or the person listening to so we ask a lot of listening to them. So

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we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala his protection from this evil quality it is a quality of heaven and we ask Allah subhana wa Taala to grant us the ability to put Islam first. Islam first before our tribe

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or cultural beliefs, because we are Muslims before we are anything else may Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us the understanding. So they use the emotional blackmail. And then they were crying. They broke the news to the Father, they use the emotional blackmail. And then what else did they do? Remember, they took use of it. So that was a long shot. So to drive the point home to the Father, when

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they came to the Father with the shirt of use of alayhi salatu salam filled with blood with them in Kelvin, lying blood, blood, which was not the blood of use of Allah Salatu was Salam blood, which was from, as the owner of the serum mentioned, a Lamb that was floated, and that blood was used to stay in the shot of Yusuf alayhi salatu salam. Now remember, they said, we just get rid of him? And then we'll be good people shake hands deception.

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They got rid of you. So then what did they have to? Do? They have to slaughter an animal with the intention of evil, then what else did they have to do? They have to come and pretend like your client, deceiving the College of shaitaan to the Father, which was an act of evil when we had to lie to the Father using the shirt and so much more and the emotional blackmail thing. So there is never this aspect that let me just do this, how long and this back, and afterwards, I will be good. This is a deception from shapen. Prevention is better than cure. Stop yourself before you get involved too much in it. Once you do a crime, you have to do so many other crimes afterwards to cover up if

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you can, and no crime is perfect, as we will see here. So if you do a crime, you'd have to do so many other crimes and so many other evils afterwards to try and cover up that first crime. And in most cases, it's not. And we will see that right now. So they came with the shirt of Yusuf alayhi salatu salam, they said you won't believe us. He has a shirt. It's filled with blood.

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So then

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jacoba li salat wa salam doesn't believe them. How do we know he doesn't believe them? He says

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Allah but so what it like him and for so komamura

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Allah been so what lecom and fukumura that

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you have indeed done something.

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You have indeed done something. I don't believe that he has actually been eaten by a woman. So they brought upon the shirt or his shirt with false blood. jacobellis alarm said, rather your souls have enticed you to do something.

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I don't believe that he's been eaten by you. People are lying. There's something going on here. He didn't believe them.

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And for me, in the circumstance is a beautiful patience. Well, lahoma Stan, while Mr. Boone and I place my trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah subhanho wa Taala is enough for me for this thing that you are describing. Now, why did an jacoba salatu salam actually believe what these brothers were saying? First and foremost, remember, he had the dream of use of Allah, his salatu salam. So he knew that he that Allah subhanho wa Taala had something great in store for this young boy. That's the first point. The second point and this is mentioned by the FCC, is that they came to jacoba Salatu was Salam was a shirt filled with blood, but the shirt was totally intact, the shirt was

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totally intact. Now, how can I eat up a boy a young boy and stain the entire shirt was blood or parts of blood, but the shirt is totally intact. There is no ripping, there is no tearing.

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There are no signs of teeth bites. And so this was a mistake from their side.

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I mentioned this now those who work with the times

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and those who study the laws of criminology will know an important law and that is the law that no crime can be completely flawless. No crime can be completely flawless. No plan or no crime can be perfect. There is no there's nothing like a perfect crime. There are always mistakes that are there and the professionals who go to the scenes of the climate studies obviously they job and they

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are the thing that they need to do is look for these mistakes. So there is no crime there is flawless there has to be a mistake and this was their mistake and Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best so jacoba in salat wa salam doesn't believe them. And he says for me is a beautiful patient Subhana Allah because Allah subhanho wa Taala uses Yeah, but sabalan Jimmy a beautiful patients a long patient patience, I will just put my trust in Allah subhana wa Allah He is enough for me for this thing that you are describing for the evil act if you have done whatever has happened, I place my trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala My dear mother, my dear father, if you have lost your child, or

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somebody came home and said your child was hit by a car we can see eaten by all who live in the cities now. But if we say he was hit by a car, what would happen to you personally? Allah subhanho wa Taala must protect all our children. But can you imagine the emotions that will overtake you? Would What do I mean? I it's impossible to imagine, but how much patients could want

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actually holding this circumstance but it is in an instance, your child is gone. He wants to go out and play with friends. You tell him listen, son, be careful of the cost. Be careful of this. Be careful of that. You're a parent who never let your child go out. He's always at home or she's always at home. And just just once you let your child go out, and he doesn't come back, instead, you get news at night that he's been hit by a car. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us, how would you feel at that moment? So look at jacobellis salatu salam, I mean, some parents would tell you now that we would actually come into Pamela we would scream we would be out of control.

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And this is the lesson of patients that also the loss of a loved one and puts us and here Yeah, Kobani salatu salam says, I have a beautiful patient. So Pamela, I place my trust totally in Allah Subhana Allah to Allah. And Allah subhanho wa Taala is enough for me for whatever you people are describing. To mothers, my dear fathers, my dear brothers and sisters, patience is a valuable quality that inside needs to have that mankind needs to have especially Muslims. Allah subhanho wa Taala is with those who are patient he said in Allah ma Slovenian, Allah subhanho wa Taala has given glad tidings to those who are patient Allah subhanho wa Taala said well, bashira Siberian, Allah

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subhanho wa Taala asked us and asks us to

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seek assistance in our problems by being patient Allah subhanho wa Taala says was studying ob Sabri was Salah was studying to be somebody with Salah seek assistance by being patient and in your solemn and this is Maria Kobani salatu wa sallam he sought assistance by being patient. Hola, hola, Stan La La matassa hoon and then he was patient and after that he placed his trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. He put all of his in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Islam to nuptse like he put everything in front of Allah, Allahu Steiner Allah. Allah subhanho wa Taala is enough for me in what you people are or you are describing. So with patience, he placed his trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. And

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I mean, Subhana light was the means of salvation for him. I mean, there's nothing else that one can do in that circumstance, to keep themselves or to console themselves. Obviously, that sort of loss of Allah Allah Salaam teaches us in a hadith that a believer is in a win win situation. A believer is in a win win situation, meaning every circumstance for him is good. If Allah subhanho wa Taala gives him something some good, he thinks Allah subhanho wa Taala and that is good for him. And if Allah subhana wa Taala tests him with something, maybe someone passes away, maybe he loses a bit of wealth, maybe he's hungry for a few days, maybe he's not well, this is all just from Allah subhanho

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wa Taala.

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Hopefully, maybe he is fearing something we'll do one extra minute am walwyn anfis with Tamara so Allah subhanho wa Taala test him or just with so many different things, maybe there's family problems, maybe there's marriage problems, maybe there's children problems, so many things depressing us and distressing us, Allah subhanho wa Taala says with a hit of Slovenian give glad tidings to those who are patient. So the sort of lesson although it was in them said that if God comes to him, he thinks Allah subhanho wa Taala or she thinks Allah subhanho wa Taala and that is good for them. And if if Allah test them with something, then they are patient, and that also is

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good for them and a reward for them. May Allah subhanho wa Taala make us someone wants to thank him and those who are patient, remember dear listeners as to pass by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam either below or higher than that if Allah subhanho wa Taala loves anybody a lower test them.

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So the fact that you are being tested, be patient and know that Allah subhanho wa Taala loves you with every case that Allah gives you he raises you in blank, the more tests that you pass the higher rank that you get in general, and the closer you get to Allah subhanho wa Taala just like in this dunya the more exams you pass the more qualifications you get. May Allah subhanho wa Taala grantors patience.

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We spoke about taco remember after he iacobelli salat wa salam had patience in Allah subhanho wa Taala he said, Well, lo and Mr. Anwar lemma tosafot Allah subhanho wa Taala is enough for me, this is our code. This is an important aspect of a believer in regards to his relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Just as being patient is an important aspect as well. Now what cool is also a criteria and this is how you place your trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala how you do everything

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by Allah subhanaw taala you put your trust in Him you seek assistance from him Allah subhanho wa Taala adequately. Allah subhanho wa Taala is upon all evil. Allah subhanho wa Taala says what Allah if Allah totally mean that in Allah subhanho wa Taala a believer places trust. So if you place if you are a believer, you place your trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala and Allah subhanaw taala also mentioned in Utah, Colorado law, Europe, Europe,

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Europe, Europe,

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Allah subhanaw taala is mentioning that you said that I have placed my trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala or be

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What have become my trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala who is my, my Creator, my sustainer minor Isha and your Creator as well then Allah subhanho wa Taala say school who Allahu

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Allah He took that say in Allah subhanho wa Taala I believe, and I have placed my trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala So, placing your trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala dear listeners is extremely important it is criteria it's got to do with your relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Today we find the Muslim Ummah suffering a lot of trials, tribulations, depressions, anxieties, high cost of living, a lot of things depress us and distress us. It might be problems in the homes or whatever it may be, we need to put our trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala at the end of the day your job description is to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala and it's Allah subhanho wa Taala is promised to

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feed you to provide for you to assist you so only speak to trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala turn to Allah subhanho wa Taala first, before even contemplating the fact of turning to the people, if you are in need of help, ask Allah subhanho wa Taala first because they help you are asking for it alone can help you and if you think that someone else can help you it's Allah subhanho wa Taala who is helping that person as well. May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us the true understanding of a subject which is patience and authority, which is placing one's trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala the story moves on Allah subhanho wa Taala says, right so they went to the Father they told the father

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the story he said I placed my trust in Allah and occupations, the use of it salat wa salam is in the well. So Allah subhanho wa Taala didn't say his watch at sia. Ferraro celui de la de la that ACR came a caravan a group of people a group of travelers passed by the well.

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And the center those who are with the caravan that actually look for the water and requested them to go fill up the bucket. So they actually went Fadlallah at level one means they lowered the bucket into the well. Obviously, you lower your bucket into the valley gets filled up with water and the water you put the bucket back up with water. So they lowered the buckets into the well.

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And what happened when they pulled it up. They found Yusuf alayhi salatu salam they found this young, handsome boy. So immediately they said, Oh, they Abu Shahada hula and they said good news. Here is a boy, we're looking forward. Instead, we have found a boy

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who is a Ruby da and what did they do with him? Now look at the tips of how to love this young boy. Look at the test he is going through at such a young stage of his life and we thought we all had problems. Imagine he was left for dead and now all of a sudden, he's taken out of this well, not free was Aruba. They concealed him as merchandise. They hit him and kidnapped him You can say as Aruba, they hit him and consumed him as merchandise will love who it will be my Milan and Allah subhanho wa Taala is all knowledgeable of what they did. Allah subhanho wa Taala is the most knowledgeable of what they did. Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah, Allah horrible Allah mean that

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Indeed Allah subhanho wa Taala is all creation and all things that happen to about a koala. Praise be to Allah subhanho wa Taala who is the Lord of the world. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says, We are all aware of what they did.

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So

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as we said he was oppressively removed from his parents then left in the darkness of oil now removed, and he might have thought he was free. All of a sudden he's not free, is kidnapped and conceived as merchandise. And as I said, we thought we have problems expected listeners do our problems even come close to what young use of under the age of 10 alayhi salatu wa sallam went through and this respect to listeners is just the beginning. There is a lot more to come. So

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fasten your seat belts. I mean, we can actually say fasten your seat belts because he's gone through a lot and there's a lot more to come. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Now he's transported outward shadow Huberman in boxing around him, I do that we should remember these caravans they travel from place to place. So they consume as merchandise they weren't going to stay in Palestine. They were obviously traveling to another place. And as we will see, they traveled to Egypt. So imagine the young boy without consent is being kidnapped and taken with no trace to a foreign land or shadow up feminine bus, da da, da, and they sold him for a paltry sum, a small amount, meaning they have no

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need for him.

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They had no need for use of adding salatu salam, and they said this is get rid of him. They sold him beyond his wish for a paltry sum, what can be human as the hidden they have no need for use of Allah His salatu salam. Now, as per methodology, we said, we will always listen to the recitation and then continue on

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The last visitation we had in the tea. So right now, before continuing, we will listen to the recitation and then continue with the Tafseer.

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damage?

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Yes, the beautiful words of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the manner in which he narrates to us the story, which is the best of all stories. In fact, all the stories in the Quran are the best of all stories, we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to grant us the understanding of these beautiful chapters and as we said at the beginning, we have to read our book, respected listeners, there's nothing that is there. I mean, it's we can't say by reading it, you will go astray because the Quran is meant to grant us guidance. And obviously, if we do find ourselves not understanding certain things, then we should make sure that we contact Allah and find out from them. That's why they are there. They are

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there to be used. We need to make sure that we have a relationship with Anima. And we encourage our children to have a relationship with Allah and in the same case tournament must open doors and try and educate the youth that they are welcome. We have one minute to go before the end of the program. inshallah we'll continue with the Tafseer tomorrow from the solicitation that we just heard. We'll continue from where we stopped off We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to grant us the understanding, obviously, we should always ask Allah subhana wa Taala to forgive us whilst we have breath and whilst we are alive, Allah subhanho wa Taala will forgive us for anything besides schilke in the law

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of demand. Allah subhanho wa Taala accepts the plea of a believer for forgiveness as long as he hasn't tasted death. Everything around that I've said here is from myself and Shelton and ask Allah subhanho wa Taala His forgiveness and everything correct is from Allah and Allah is the most praised for sal Allahu wa Sallim wa barik ala nabina Muhammad Ali. He was my