Names of Allah – Episode 08 – Al-Hakeem

Tahir Wyatt


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So, so here, the name al Hakim

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is on the scale in Arabic, right? It's on the scale. If you take if you look at it, it's on the scale file, right just the same way. Eileen, we take those that route I Lima, I mean, you put it on, it wasn't five you come up with a lien. Similarly, Hakeem is on the same scale five.

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And what what does anybody know what those scales are called an Arabic that form

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call them what SEO or SEO got a mobile ever, which means it's an intensified form. So it's not it's Aleem is much more intense than Ireland. Hakeem is much more intense than hacking. But what does it actually mean? So Hakeem has two different meanings sometimes it comes with the meaning fine and sometimes it comes with the meaning muffle, which I'm gonna explain right now. So sometimes as the meaning hacking, which we just talked about, which is a what, which is a judge, so Allah Subhana Allah is the judge.

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And even MGT it actually talks about that, with the loss of data statement of Ohio law he ever tells he hackerman like shake up the bass it talks about one of the last hands out his name is Al hakam. So he is the judge analyst for payment data. And he is telling us and of course I shall I seek a judge other than Allah subhanahu wa tada Allah Subhana. Allah is asking this rhetorical question. You're telling us the pose that rhetorical question, because nobody can surpass Allah Subhana Allah and judgment and if Allah subhanaw taala judges something there is no appeal to that decision that is made of Allah Subhana Allah makes a decision. So last minutes, it is Al hakam and inactive.

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That's his name. His name is Al hakam subhana wa Tada. Which is also Yani that that same form that carries the meaning of a hacker. So that's one of the main that is one of the meanings of El hacking.

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The other meaning is muffle, which is mchem. That is that Allah subhanho wa Taala came akula. Shane, he measured it precisely. And that is from his wisdom, and that's where we get the all wise, we mentioned last time a dial is named

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al Hakim, right, because he has done everything with precision and absolute perfection and accuracy. So Hannah, who was added

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and then we'll talk about some of the definitions that the scholars have have mentioned for Elle hacking problem, meaning and hygiene. Engineer rahima, who was said, I came is the one in whose management there is no defect, or shortcoming. Also, he is hockey, or wise, and all that.

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So lots of habits add up. When we think about wisdom, let's just think about wisdom in our context, who is somebody that you would describe as wise what makes them wise?

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So are they Okay, so they have experience? and knowledge? So there's no there's no such thing as somebody who's wise, that does not have knowledge,

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knowledge experience, but what kind of knowledge and what let's talk a little further, somebody could be very booksmart, right?

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extremely intelligent, and in that sense, but But does that mean that they're wise?

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But what what qualifies somebody to be wise?

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A discerning knowledge like of what dumb

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putting things in its proper perspective, correct. So that is actually wisdom in the Arabic language also, actually means to put everything in its proper place. When we when usually when we talk about somebody being wise is somebody that thinks about what

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the outcomes just echolocate? Lucky, lucky, they, so

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that somebody that we consider to be why somebody who kind who has knowledge,

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they generally know that if A and B happened, that C is going to be the result. So you don't want to go down that path or you do want to go down that path, according right. So someone who is wise has to know or be fairly certain of what the results of something is going to be that outcome and Allah Subhana Allah knows everything.

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And he puts everything in its proper place based on his vast knowledge and his wisdom. So he is a lucky

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No publisher isn't good here. prathima home Law Center of law is Al Hakim, the old wise actions and statements, he puts everything in its right place by his wisdom and Justice spamela he puts everything in its right place, by his wisdom and His justice. If you look at the creation of a loss of hand with Allah Subhana Allah, a person should

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recognize the wisdom of Allah Subhana Allah and putting everything in his right place.

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And without going into a lot of detail, but if you just consider the human beings handla and it is, it is absolutely amazing the creation of, of the human being, and it should increase a person and an Amen. And to know that allows parents out as Al Hakim, but not just in the way that he created, but also in his commands in his legislation. Allah subhanaw taala knows what's best for his servants, and he legislates that for them, he commands them to do certain things, he prohibits them from doing other things, which we'll talk about in a bit shallow

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on me,

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basically, this is a summary of what he mentioned in in the book that you have now, he is the one to belong to is wisdom, the all buys in his creation and commands who perfected everything he created. Therefore, he has created nothing without purpose and he has legislated nothing that is void that is empty of utility. Wisdom means to place each thing in its correct place.

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yes, yes.

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The question was, have any of the scholars have I come across any scholars who mentioned that it means that a lot of data has created everything in the right place at the right time? And yes, yes, there there are scholars who have mentioned it, all right. What are we going to do inshallah, notice that Sarah de mentions, he is all wise in his creation, and his commands, all wise in his creation, and his commands, his creation, meaning what the way he has created things, and also what he has decreed, because his decree is playing out his Hulk, his creation. Notice that both of those things, Allah subhanaw taala. Create. And if you look at the camel, for example,

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the camel,

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where do camel you don't see camels walking down brush tree? Where do you see camels in the desert?

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Have you ever thought about Flm Luna? Elan EBD k for wholecut lost paradise and a crime ever looked at the camel and how it's created? I mean, I know for us, it's a little different than people who live in the desert and they raised camels and things like that. But if you think about it, the camel is created with so much wisdom.

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how often does a camel have to drink?

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weeks without drinking?

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In the wild, this is the whole point. It definitely can go days. And and that's the whole point of that. If you look at that Hickman that allows parents Allah created this animal that can walk on the burning sand.

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Right, and does not need to drink

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constantly, which is which is very different than most other animals, including the human being if you were in that weather that 120 degree weather. Right. Hi, how long would you really last without being able to drink something it'd be not long at all, right? I mean, you could probably go a day, right? But you're not going to be able to go a day and cut any type of distance and these type of things, but lost friends Allah created the camera like that. It's fat. It's stored in that. And

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it's fat is stored there, which is why the camels meat is actually lean. So lean me any of you eaten camel before? Of course.

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So you heard it last time we were there alone.

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So the camels meat is actually a lean meat because the fat is being stored in that and it's in its hump and it can cover

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those distances

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in very extreme conditions, and Allah Subhana, Allah created it that way. And it is the trade is the me it was the means of travel, you know, before, you know modern invention of cars and so forth.

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Now, the eyelashes that if you go back and you look at how the camera was created Subhanallah it's, it's it's simply amazing. You'll find some of that in the Tafseer, of sort of Alaska. The point is that that's his creation, you look at his decree subhana wa Tada. Many times things happen and people don't understand, you know, the wisdom behind it.

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I mean, you think about, you think about somebody that really wanted to get married.

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And they had somebody identified and it looked like it was gonna work out. And the last minute it fell through, how does that person feel, and he may be devastated depending on who the person is. Maybe they lose all self esteem. Maybe it was a sister who after the brother saw, saw her, he decided that he didn't want to get married.

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She thinks it's because because he saw her and didn't like the way that she looked. It could be for something totally different. But the point is, maybe she's Devin. And maybe that was the best thing that could ever happen to him.

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You know, but this is the last Rihanna dial is decree. He's all wise in his creation, his decree as part of that, and his commands, and his commands and his legislation is wise. And we'll talk about that in a minute.

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What we're going to look at now is one of the manifestations of a loss of hematol his wisdom in his decree, that is a historical event that happened. We'll look at that event, and we'll see how maybe it could have been looked at one way

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and let's look at how it played out. All right. So last minute Allah says in the Quran in sort of alphabet well Oh, Daddy Jilin me know, when he sat me Next let him tell him and tell him for to see the coming home. From the lady in the field along with it he made a a lotus a yellow light the vanilla Dena capital domain home as an urban Elina, Natasha

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disbelieved bhajan from the sacred mosque

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and the offering which is placed a sacrifice type stop there. What are we talking about here?

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What is this referring to? The statement of Allah? So I already told you what sorta it is. What it What is this referring to?

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Now it's not just talking about people making no definitely not talking about people making highs because heights haven't been legislated yet.

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Not Not when this happened.

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And yeah, shake the tree of who davia This is the tree of her debut. What was the tree of who they wanted the Treaty of davia happen? Anybody know?

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That this is this is your history, by the way. And I know a lot of times we get

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you know, we're taught history in school. And that's somebody's history, it may not necessarily be yours. This is our history here. In the last panel data.

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It's so significant that Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in the Koran, it's not just any history is a history, as mentioned in the Quran. The Quran is not a history book. And so the fact that last hetalia mentioned it in the Quran is not just so that you can have, you know, some knowledge of history, but so that you benefit from what actually happened here, treating who davia happened in the six year after the Hazel

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and little cat, which is the 11th month

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the Prophet sallallahu wasallam saw a dream.

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And in that dream,

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he and the companions

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enter Mecca.

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And they were making to offer around the Kaaba.

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And we know that the dreams of the Prophet is to lie to Sudan.

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Our troops revelation

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and so the Muslims became overjoyed.

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And they thought that this was the time they're going to go to Mecca they're gonna make Amara

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so 1400 of the companions of the Prophet Isaiah salatu salam set out to perform, Amara

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they went forth, as they got close to Mecca.

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The Prophet it is salatu salam. Usually, when caravans go out, they send a few ahead to kind of navigate see what's going on. See what's happened to scouts.

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And so they heard that that Quraysh an awesome

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So Croatia they own scouts so here these Muslims are coming 1400 of them so they sent out Khalid bin and rallied with 200 men.

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It's not happening, Muslims are not coming in here and to Mecca that's not going down.

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And so the prophets I sell them heard that they were coming to a particular area. So they tourists tend to aim and so they went a different route. So they got to davia

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which is, which is now that checkpoint, if you're going from Jeddah to Mecca, that checkpoint areas you may see is where her davia is

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or was.

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So, when they got there, they were met by one of the nobleman of koresh. suhaila banana.

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And at the end of the day, they told the prophet or he told the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that

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Muslims are not coming in.

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So Humala Dena,

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careful was a do come.

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They were the ones who disbelieved and barred you from a Masjid al Haram.

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Yeah, yeah, I see. I see. from Allah Dena capital was a ducommun MST denilla

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Misil Hassan

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was the I

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will have the Mr. coffin and you have a Luca Mahela Now, while old lady jello, Amina so they were the ones who disbelieved and who barred you from the sacred Masjid and who prevented the offering will head the Mr. COVID evolution Mahela the offering from reaching reaching this place of sacrifice because they also brought with them 70 camels

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play further.

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Okay, so then what happened? Anybody know the rest of the story?

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Well, they and then they captured oath, man.

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And the word came back

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that they had killed.

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And so what happened?

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What happened?

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Because these campaigns were special, these campaigns were special. Yes.

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They all pledge allegiance to the Prophet it is to lie to a sedan under the tree, that they will fight to the death. They came with a drama they just wanted to make to all

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they said if they killed it, man. That's it. We're going in 1400 of us and we will fight until we die when the machete cool solid from the Muslims.

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That was a little disturbing. And it's not that there couldn't have been there wouldn't have been a fair fight.

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But the Muslims had a whole different approach to things at that point. And they didn't come to fight that was the thing and they knew that they knew that the Muslims had not come to fight. But when they heard what happened with it with man, that was it. And you'll hear some of the narrations from the mushrikeen talking about the love that the companions had for the Prophet. Some of it was some of them when they made that back to the Prophet I sent him That Was it because of other your logo and it won't mean it you by hironaka check the shutter for Eddie Murphy kulu Angela Sakina Tani. And when you look at it, these were illustrations it was pleased he looked at the raw the

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yellow and meaning with the believers when they gave the baby out under the tree. And so Allah knew what was in their hearts a lot what was in the heart, and they knew that they were ready to give it all up that they were ready to give up the entire lives to protect the deen of Allah Subhana Allah and again wasn't like they were going to fight but then what happened

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upon sending this man back once they knew that Earth man was alive now it was time for a pact

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for negotiations. And so that's when you see when a prophet SAW you some total idiot on the lower end right Bismillah R Rahman and Rahim they said we knew that from the Messenger of Allah we knew he was the messenger of love when we are having this problem. Okay, erase that erase that. So all some of the companions saw from the prophecy setup was compromised.

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If somebody comes from the Muslims and they go to Mecca, we keep them in Mecca and we're not sending them back. If somebody from us goes to Medina, whoever they may be, you got to send them back to Mecca.

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Perhaps I sent them agree Okay, okay, okay. Oh my God alone tada and who was upset

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to the point that even after it went down, but see we got to understand something. You got to look at this whole

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thing and keep it in perspective. Right. Anyway, bottom line was and then we're talking about what are the line? The bottom line was the privacy, Selim agreed to that treaty. But what was the what was the FET? Because this was considered a victory for the Muslims this treaty. What was the factory?

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That, that they that there was a a

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We're not going to attack you.

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In any of the tribes that want to join you, oh, Mohammed, they can join,

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not to crash for anybody outside, they can join you.

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And you don't fight us.

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That's all the promises on one and see, that's it. That's something that's also important to understand. Those people will talk about Islam spread by the sword and all that nonsense, is that the prophet SAW Selim did not want to fight that wasn't something that was like

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that he desired to do. He wanted to spread Islam. And so what happened is people started entering into it saying because there was no fighting now is just our now we can focus our efforts on I have to worry about fighting all these other people being attacked. And now we can just call to a lot caught a lot of the word is clear, the message is clear.

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And so people, they started entering into Islam to the point that two years later

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when it was time to go into Mecca, it wasn't even a fight.

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Wasn't a fight, had to give up Mecca.

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Tight, keep reaching.

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There had not been among them. There. They were the ones who disbelieved barging from secret mass, and who prevented the offering from reaching its place of sacrifice. If there had not been among them, unknown to you believing men and women who you would have traveled.

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If there had not been among them, yani who the machete keen, if there had not been among the mushrikeen and Mecca,

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believing men and women who you would have traveled, underfoot you yonni you would have you would have trampled them. Right, you would have trampled who the believers you as Muslims would have gone in it would have been a major altercation and you would have been killing Muslims without even knowing No.

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Why? Because there was still Muslims in Mecca what hiding this lamp

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inadvertently carrying guilt on their account. A lot brings whomever He wills into his birth a law brings whoever he wills to His mercy. This this particular part of the the you the healer lo fi rahmati manga. Actually, I'm not I'm not pleased with that translation. But but here it is so that Allah will bring to His mercy whomever He wills. Okay, who did I say that correlation first, to meet the prophecy Selim. Call it urban elite, he was a mushrik at the time.

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And then what happened? Then he became Muslim now what if they would have fought?

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You said I'm saying and these Muslims who became he was the sword of Islam. As a matter of fact, he changed the course of history.

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Not just for the Muslims for the world for the dunya he changed the course of history, call it them And believe

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me, he entered into a slump after social media after the Treaty of who they made the you the killer lo fi like mighty he made your shed so that Allah because Allah is going to bring he's letting the prophesies on them. No, they are going to be a bunch of them who enter into Islam after this treaty, even from amongst the mushrikeen of Quraysh, who happened to be people who made a positive who had a very positive impact on the history of the dunya. None

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have been clearly separated

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and distinguished away from the non Muslims, right, we would have a painful punishment on the disbelievers. Right. So So one, look at this. Now, again, what was the immediate response of some of the Muslims at the time of this treaty?

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upset when Oh,

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China and who's saying when do we, when do we allow ourselves to be humiliated?

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In this day,

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so he didn't he didn't go to the process I sent him immediately.

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You know how it is when you're upset and he knows that I can't go to the prophet to so who did he go to? He went to Abu Bakar disappeared, or the low tide angle, he says to Abu Bakar What is this treaty? What is this treaty? Hold on, if the Muslims come to Medina, we gotta send them back to Mecca. And when our school, they don't have to send them back and this and that, and all.

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Abu Bakar de la Johanna, and what did he say?

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Who are Rasulullah he is the Messenger of Allah. They said, with that, he is not from him, what Maryam Chico and El Hawa he doesn't speak from his own desires and who allow what you have. It's just revelation has been revealed to him. This is from Allah. It's not from this man. It's from Allah habitat. All right.

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And then what happened? He had to go to the privacy center after that

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says the whole message of Allah.

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When do we allow ourselves to be humiliated in this thing, with the privacy Some say, and others who lie the Messenger of Allah, just conveying the message? Oh my God alone China and when everything became clear see at the time, at the time, and this is no blame. Things happen to us in life. We look at it we just we may not see the hikma we may not see the wisdom but a law is Al Hakim.

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Allah is Al Hakim. He's not the Korean this for no reason.

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And so

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out of the allow China and who said even this was after the death this one he was the Khalifa. He said I was still fasting today to repent from the way I reacted to sort of

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Danny, he would fast from time to time as a as a means of showing the loss of hematology that he sincerely repentant from his reaction, that he didn't do anything. He didn't do anything. But the way that he felt and he felt bad about feeling the way that he felt Panama, Panama. So this is just one of the I mean, this is one incident on one day that happened many years ago. And every day. Allah Subhana Allah has wisdom, as manifested through his decree. And even if you don't see it, if I don't see it immediately

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or after, when we expect Well, I want to know what you know, wise.

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We need to know that a laws a lackey and ultramarathoner is a lucky.

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Nancy benefits one knows that Omar Hakim, what is confident in a lot of legislation, even if he does not fully understand it. Okay. But let's read that again. Please. Please pay attention. And you can do a he or she here please? Okay.

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Yes, yes.

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There you go. That works.

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A lot is out hacking is confident in a lot of legislation, even if he does not fully understand.

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me one.

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Any, here, here?

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It is very important to understand.

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Danny, read number two,

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because they're directly connected. And he or she also submits to a loss instructions, right? So number one, is little different than number two. Number one, we're talking about how you feel. Number two, we're talking about what you do. You should know that even if you don't understand why Allah Subhana Allah told us to do this. Why His Messenger because that's where a lot of other people have problems too. Oh, that's just the sooner

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just, he is the Messenger of Allah is the Messenger of Allah. And if he tells you something, and I remember some handler,

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remember brother told me is about four years ago.

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He said that when he first became Muslim, you know, he had a problem. He had a problem with the concept of following Prophet Mohammed,

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you know, until he went to a particular program, and he heard

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a scholar speak about who the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was, who was this man in fact,

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And then he became convinced that he was a messenger of Allah. He said after that, it did not matter to me what I read from the Sunnah of the prophet SAW it, someone said, jump on one foot and go backwards. That's what I'm gonna do, because he's the Messenger of Allah. And see a lot of us don't really know who Muhammad even have, the less of light his son was. And we don't really have an appreciation for our Deen. And therefore, we find it very easy to go against the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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So the prophet Isaiah select was Sudan, for example.

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You might not believe this, but

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10 days ago or so.

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I was I was talking to a non Muslim.

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And anyway, we have a business relationship.

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And he has two Muslim children.

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It's a long story.

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So he says to me, what's it with dogs? What do you mean? Was it with dogs? He says like, can we can we By the way, this is this is this is verbs. Can we have dogs or not?

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I said to him, why are you asking

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says well, something's going on to kids and this and you know, I was thinking about getting a dog and he said, okay, he says, Well, I just want to know if not why. I said let's not deal with the why let's deal with who was who was the one that was talking? And so I talked to him about the Prophet Mohammed I did select with Sudan and I mentioned that if you believe that this is from Allah subhanaw taala then we don't question why we may try to learn we're going to try to learn why is it that this is the case or whatever, but that's not a prerequisite for us following it's not a prerequisite that I understand every single rule before I follow now we do know that the probability

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some allow for what what kind of dogs are

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the hunting dogs in the hurting them they call

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I don't know what the proper term for it, but they and then they made Ts for the guard dogs and then the seeing

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seeing idols and then there's a lot of newer rules if you will, I mean PS so they say for example, that dog that brings a benefit like the dogs to sniff out drugs and bombs and things like that for government entities obviously not keeping this in your home. Right? This is a totally different thing than keeping a actual keeping the dog in your home. Now, interestingly enough, just two months ago, there was a big headline this guy he lost two limbs

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Yeah, boy his face got messed up and everything just cuz his dog victim.

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Yeah, but anyway, that's beside the point. The point is that somebody might hate and say I'm never going to get a dog even though they heard the Hadith 100 times. Right. But because they don't understand why don't understand why can't we have done so the issue is like this and I'm gonna take you back and then we'll come back. The issue is like this.

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With it, Mr. Miyagi, say the damn son.

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wax on, wax off.

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wax on.

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wax and no, no, we had to go there.

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What's the question here? Why do you question the master

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now? Here we go. We have two human beings here. We've got Daniel son who's you know

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he's he's old enough. He's got a he's got a working brain and then we got Mr. Miyagi.

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But Mr. Miyagi is the master. He tells him wax on, wax off. He said, I came here to do what? I came here to learn karate. You gotta be washing your car.

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No, he doesn't have him just washing a car. He's teaching him the movements he sees. He's too stupid.

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To understand that the master is teaching him the movements. He doesn't have enough experience. He doesn't have enough knowledge. He doesn't have enough wisdom.

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Okay, who is the foolish one here? Is it the master who's telling them wax on wax off?

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Or is it the one asking why why why.

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Exactly, exactly. Now understand this. This is the relationship between two human beings. What about the relationship between a human being and allows

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hands on. We can't know what Allah subhana wa tada knows we're not going to ever he may get to where he is at some point down the line 2030 years and keep doing the same thing, he may get the knowledge that that he has, you'll never have the knowledge that he lost hands on it. Why did you question Allah? Is the real question. Not Why did the law tell us to do this? or prevent us from doing that?

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And see,

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the reason why this is so important.

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Why just, you know, Bear Bear with me, please. The reason why this is so important for us to understand

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is because we are raised in this society

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to question everything.

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And, and that we shouldn't do something if we don't know the reason why. Why are we doing it? That's the way we're pre conditioned.

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That's the way we're taught from the time with it. And there's nothing wrong with that with dealing with, you know, doing your things or whatever like that.

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But as a parent,

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if you tell your child come here,

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your child says to you, why is that? Is that an okay? response? No,

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absolutely not.

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If you tell your child wash the dishes, and the child says,

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why that's an issue. Why is it that? Why is it that that's an issue

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for us and our children? But we feel like it's okay to question Allah. This is a problem. And the reason we have to hammer this point home because Islam is L is the slam. It's about submitting.

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Again, it does not mean that there is no wisdom behind it. It means that you don't understand the wisdom yet. There's a lot of things will lie will lie. And let's just be honest, you you as a Muslim, you've been Muslim holla, five years, 10 years, 15 years, 20 years, there were things that you didn't understand.

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Why do I need to do this? Why I can't do that. Two months later, you understood exactly why. Two years later, two seconds, two minutes later, a phone call later, you understood why you saw so much wisdom in it.

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Don't question Allah.

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See, the one who knows that Allah is Allah hacking, is what he is confident in a laws legislation, even if he doesn't fully understand. And the reason I'm saying that is not because it's not wise, the legislation is wise. It just means you haven't gotten to that point yet where you understand.

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And that's why that confidence breeds What? submission.

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If Allah says the

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messenger says to do it, do it. And then ask a last minute Allah to give you hikma Escalades, fantatic give you knowledge as the last panel died, and then you actively seek knowledge. And then here's the other thing that is absolutely astonishing, is that some people who have never studied anything anywhere, never taken the time to learn their religion, and then they want to know why. Well, you have to put a little time in, and then inshallah, you'll be able to understand the why behind things. But that is not a a precondition. Yes.

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Yes, right. Right. And exactly. And that point was mentioned for that, which is that yes, the human being is limited anyway. And intellect the same way, we're limited in sight the same way we limited in here, you know, our ability to hear the same way we're limited in all of that our intellects having certain,

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you know, limitation, and then and then after that, you can't go beyond it.

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And I mean, we have to hammer this point home, this point of submission, because I'm telling you, the majority of the problems that we're dealing with is as older Muslims, not necessarily the young ones. Yeah. And hopefully we can catch this next generation, before they get turned out.

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By this whole agenda

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is that we have to preach teslin

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except the D. Don't, don't fight. Don't fight the laws legislation for lying. If you submit to Allah, Allah, Allah will open up those doors of understanding for you. You keep fighting, everything is going to be a problem for you. Everything to the point that, you know, as you know, as you saw in the beginning, that question that was there that says what would you say to a woman who says that

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I'm not gonna wear a jacket because it doesn't make sense to me.

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Well, that's not just

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that particular woman. There are so many people who don't do things in Assam, because it doesn't make sense to me.

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Not that it's illogical, but that it does not make sense to me well as the last round, so the point is, do you know that it's from a laws d? That's the part we have to look at?

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Are you convinced that this is part of a laws D, because some people don't do certain things because they don't really believe that as part of the laws D.

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And then that's the part we have to focus on. Once you are convinced that it's a loss of habitat as Dean, then you know that it is wise.

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I'm going to give you the option, continuous stop, because we it's eight o'clock and I planned on stopping at 745.

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So we can, we can stop and continue next week. Or we can continue I think it'll take us another 10 minutes.

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Continue Bismillah All right.

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The Muslim or the Muslim, male or female was Muslim who happens they have confidence in the laws of victory.

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Right, he responds a law responds to now let the person the person responds to calamities, with suffering with relations, even if he or she does not see the wisdom behind it. Right. How did how did we look at the example of some of the profits?

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How did Yaqoob respond when

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his sons came back and told them Binyamin had been detained?

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For sovereign, Jimmy, what do you say for sovereign Jimmy?

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But so well, let's look

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for sovereign Jimmy as Allahu, and yet cnav him Jimmy and in the who, who will, who will allow evil hacking in the who ally leave al Hakim. He said, I'm going to have what I'm going to exercise a beautiful patience.

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But so let's look at Memphis racing, you guys. You guys can try something up here because he already lost usage.

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And so he said, perhaps alone will bring them all back to me use of being me and their older brother, who was you know, withheld as well was going to see what was going on. So he says that Allah will bring them all back to me in the who who Aleem elacin. Allah knows he knows what he knows what I'm going through.

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He knows that I need his mercy. He knows that I

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that I that I need his relief. Well, who will Hakeem and everything that he has decreed, has been decreed with wisdom and precision. He put everything in its proper place. And so he uses this name Hakeem to do what to show his confidence. And Allah Subhana Allah has decreed

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he or she

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understands it, the wisdom in a lot giving to some and withholding from others that is recognizes that Oh, Lord does not withhold because he is stingy. Or because he doesn't have he prevented it because he knows what's best. And again, one this is just remember when something happens al Hakim not just that he is a rock, man. He's wrong. Oh, he's Rahim. subhana wa Tada. He's merciful. It's compassionate. And this thing that's happening to you is happening.

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For wisdom

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is happening for a wisdom.

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It will lie. I think we could all tell stories about our lives, things that happen that with difficulties. And then you see the beauty behind what happened as a result of

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not really, really, I mean, there were things that happened, you know, everybody, I mean, you can look at certain things that happen in life and you just say so panela had that difficulty not happen this. I was talking to a brother this morning's panel

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after fudger. And they have this is the message that I prayed in has this nice, beautiful extension. Right. And I mean, it's somewhat extravagant. I mean, but it's just an amazing structure.

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The reason why they built it was because there was a neighbor that was complaining about parking.

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And their master was going to get shut down.

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If they didn't expect

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The message and expand the park.

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And so they will call went out to the believers and they came through and they more than doubled the size of their Masjid and tripled the size of their parking lot because of some neighbor that was complaining that almost caused the masjid to get shut down.

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Had it not been for that complaint? They would have been happy the way they were, they would have been no, they would have been no expansion, no anything. A lot what something great out of that, out of that difficulty that they were going through, I mean, they were faced with their massive being shut down.

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Maybe we need some neighbors to complain around here.

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So the idea here is that Allah Subhana Allah May withhold from you, when you want, but Allah Subhana Allah does not given to me, Allah Subhana Allah may give to some withhold from that from his Hickman subhanho wa Taala. Allah azza wa jal may restrain some people and give freedom to others, some people may be imprisoned, that's the best thing for them.

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That's where they're able to worship a loss of habitat, that's where they're able to be clean. That's where they're able to sidestep the influences of being on the street. So whatever it might be,

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it's panela. From a loss of values, wisdom,

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to believing men and believing women know that

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they do not become impatient, when do I is not answered immediately. What you make, do I sometimes you make that and you find an immediate response from the last time. Other times you make do it as a delayed response, but you still get a response Other times you make the eye you don't feel like it's been answered.

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What does that cause the believer to do? What should it cause him? A believer to do?

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Even though Josie or him or Hello, tada said that many times that the late response causes a true believer to check himself.

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So he looks is my food halau

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because if it's not that's one of the barriers that you put between you and Allah subhanho wa tada

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when I was calling upon a loss of Hannah Tyler when I made that too, I was my heart really in the dryer or, or not.

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But when I made that prayer, was I really begging the love was it Do I need to go back? I need to continue.

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When I was making do i was i also still committing a certain sin that I had not repented from are the sins that I need to repent from, what is it that is causing my god not to be accepted?

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Me Rajiv Rahim, Allah tada said, this self

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reflection the self examination

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is greater than many forms of a bed. Just that self reflection.

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And so, perhaps, Allah Subhana Allah is not answering your do I? Because that's what you need to reflect on your own life. That's what you need, in order to correct certain practices. Allah Subhana Allah knows best. It could be many other reasons, but the point is, that allows al Hakim, he's wise. And so you do as not being answered at that particular time. Then there is wisdom in that massive

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benefits number two, authority.

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What a person dislikes is actually better for him and what he enjoys what he dislikes, pushes him to make do it. And what he enjoys, causes them to be amused and negligent makes him happy.

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You get that? So sometimes things come to you. Al Hassan Rahim Allah tada c'est la chakra who and Naka metalware Pl bellaria l Hadith. Al Hassan al bursary Rahim Allah He said don't don't dislike, the afflictions and the difficulties the calamities that come to you for a little bit eminent takahiko fee ninjetta maybe there's something that you don't like, but it is your salvation. Well little bit ambling through fee Otto book, and maybe there is something that you actually prefer in the end it is your destruction

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in any as your destruction. This should also push us Yanni that knowing that Allah subhana wa tada is Al Hakim should push us to the worship of a tougher core, which is a last word

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thinking thinking about the creation of a loss of habitat

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is a form of a better allies with us as the Hulk is similar to a lot of children lately when the law is the

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law the net Khurana law has pm are called and wider to VMware its effect Corona Faculty Center it will have not been a mass collected about Tina maculata Martina subhanak Athena Devon No,

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no, no.

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You should do

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now there's there's quite a there's quite a bit of material. From the Hadith of the prophets. I sent him that one where he did cry when that was revealed. And he says, He said whaler, Lima and Cora who Cora, savage,

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man get up man who has

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lost the transmission of the meaning of a laws words in the creation of the heavens and the earth. And then the alternation of night and day are Signs for people of understanding for people who think those who remember a law while standing and sitting

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on their sides will make us among them, and then reflect upon the creation of that depends on the earth for

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our Lord. You did not create this in a you did not create this in vain you created it with one hikma because you are a lucky, man. Hi, are you about every imperfection in need, and therefore glory belongs to you. So protect us from punishment. And again, a lot can be said but we got to wrap this up in Sharla. Do I based on this Divine Name? There's there's the do I that the prophets of the law it was seldom even I bested the prophets. I saw them embrace them and he said Allah Houma. I limb hold hikma, and this is one of the narrations saya bohart. Oh, Allah. Teach him. hikma. So you can say Allah whom I live me. Al hikma. Allah Teach me. Al hikma.

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You can say that? No. All right, so this is one of the two ads that you can make based off of. I need this Divine Name of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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Even go back, la Malini and hikma the prophecies on my bass alumni limo. Oh, he said he made that drive and I bet a lot teach him. hikma subtleties. We mentioned before and I'll just go through this very briefly. The Hama Kala el Hakim is joined with the name allele 36 times in the Quran. 36 times in the Quran. 29 times li li m comes before l Hakeem seven times al Hakim comes before. Li Li the first time that it comes in the Quran is the drive that the angels made.

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Or the statement that they made to Allah subhanho wa Taala after the creation of Adam.

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They said call them super hanoch la Molina Illa May I Lem Tina in nikka Intel Eileen al Hakim, they said May you be glorified satanic, we have knowledge only of what You have taught us we only have knowledge of that which you have taught us You are the all knowing and the all wise. Again we're going to have to kind of go through that quickly.

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We'll do a little bit more talking here. Because you're going to break for two minutes and work with your partner. A lot of hands on it says in the Quran was Sadiq, who was set equal to prophets our way do who matches me my cassava, Nicola mean Allah will love y z zone. Hakeem, as for the thief, whether male or female, their hands are to be cut off as a penalty for what they have reaped a deterrent from Allah and Allah is Mighty and wise. So 46 times in the Quran 46 times we have azeez hacking, okay. And every single time as these comes before, I came 46 times, so we have 46 and 36 was that 82 out of the 90 some times that Hakeem comes in the Quran 82 of them are with either Aziz

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or Aladdin. Now, Allah Subhana Allah also says,

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and this this is what this is what he said is salatu salam said to Allah subhana wa tada about those who said that what?

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That he is the son

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Have you taken my Have you taken right that they have taken an ISA and his mother as deities besides a lot? So he said a salatu salam said into it boom for in the homie bed. You should punish them indeed they are your service, they your slaves. Were in Tukwila home. And if you forgive them for indika intelligence, will Hakeem and it is you who is all mighty. The wise you are the Almighty, the wise, what are some possible reasons for the name Li Z's being mentioned with his name ello Hakeem, at the end of these verses,

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work with your partner and come up with some possible reasons. You have two minutes Exactly. So that we can and then we're done after this fight, this will further work with your partner, nobodies except that you have two minutes.

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You have one minute and 54 seconds.

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You have one minute and 50 seconds.

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You You have to have a partner.

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One minute remaining.

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Just as you know, there is no one right answer by the way. I scholars have tips to say different things. So

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30 seconds.

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All right. Time is up. Somebody let's talk about the first verses. first verse. Anybody?

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Yeah, yes.

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The final decision.

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And I guess there's a there may be a hikma in there, maybe.

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Okay. Just make sure we get the language. Right.

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Right. Okay, so so. So that punish that punishment requires requires some, some might some power, right, it's as strong as a strong punishment. But and by the way,

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I hate to even have to say this. But this is not for individual Muslims to do this is not for leaders of messages. This is not for, you know, we had a crazy situation right here in Philadelphia.

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This is the first of all, first of all, there's a process that you go through before a person is even determined to be guilty. This is not one of those things, we you know, you run a kangaroo court. I mean, this has to be a real thing. You know, where it goes to a coffee and it's determined that this is the actual situation. And then that punishment is is exactly that by a by a ruler or the person who is acting on behalf of the ruler. This is not something that individual Muslims can do anywhere period, even if you live in other words, even if you said Well, yeah, we are We live in a Muslim land. No, you live in a Muslim land has to go to the government.

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You don't live in a Muslim land. It has to go to the government. It's not something you don't this is we don't have this video.

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laning justice, because that's not justice, but anyway below as Eason Hakeem, so, this is a this is a mic This is this shows might okay. But why see people who have might tend to be what

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they tend to be unjust and arrogant and they may act in a manner that is not hacky, that is not wise, Allah subhanaw taala is letting you know that his is is also is also joined with his wisdom.

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So, his mind is never going to lead him to injustice in Jordan, you know, and going outside of the realm of doing what is wise and what is right. Okay. Now, the next one is a little

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Right. So from a last minute that is wisdom is that he is prescribed certain punishments to serve as a major deterrent for the rest of, of the people. And so if segments if you see someone without a hand, and you know that that was because they stole something, guess what?

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Matt, just put it back, we're not going to get it in the first place that's done there is not going to be that type of yet because because there's already a major determinant in place. And that is wisdom, because part of the *tier and he one of the major objectives of the *tier in fact, is protection of wealth. Protection of wealth now

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next one who has something

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no, no, no. Next one, no no punishment. Well, yeah, fair and try the boom fit know me better. Yeah.

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Their submission because

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a lot knows that a lot. There's a wisdom in why Allah forgive, although punishment could be warranted. There's a wisdom know why he would forgive. It's not just he's been given on any weakness.

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Okay. Okay. You can have as much Swazis will be mentioned.

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know shake honey, there are people who might

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never heard the message. And so their disbelief, or there may not, may be because of ignorance, because he never knew any better. And so because he knows their hearts, and he knows who disbelieved and associated partners up with him out of ignorance and those who did it. And they hurt the message and just refused to Jimmy,

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Jimmy, nice, buddy else.

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Although we've kept it kept busy.

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Now we're gonna go with the older brother, you see.

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He's the head.

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Nice, Mashallah tight. There's a lot that has been said by the scholars of Tafseer.

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I one of the meanings that I think needs to be brought out here.

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You know, I think what you all said was good. No halen. One of the meanings I feel like needs to be brought out here is that

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normally what she was seeing here was what into fetullah home or what would come straight to mind.

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In the can tell her for her or him. You are the one who was forgiving, and merciful. But he says not making law for them. He's not making do it for them. He in fact, is leaning towards the fact that they're going to be punished by laws, because they committed *.

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And they took idols besides Allah subhanho wa Taala. But what he's saying is that, if you do in fact forgive them, it's not because you're weak.

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See, see some forgive because they have no other choice. Honestly. That's the bottom line. They have no choice to do anything else. But here is it is salatu salam saying in nikka and Tila Aziz, even if you forgive them, you are still mighty and your forgiveness is not coming from barf. It's not coming from weakness is coming. In fact, from the fact that you have that power and you are all wise if you choose to do that. And Allah Subhana Allah, lay and fiddle and you're stuck at the end of the day, he does not forget that should be

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