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Al-Baqarah 49-59 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 49-59

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I was a bit of a genius over him.

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Let's move on to the explanation of the

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what isn't a dynamical mean early filter and recall when we save your forefathers, from the people of their own, from the followers of

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Allah so panel data is reminding the Bani Israel of his great favor upon them that he rescued their forefathers. He saved them from the torture from the persecution of their own, which was the reason of their existence back at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and also today, because for their own was on a mission to completely eradicate urban Eastern to completely wipe them off from the surface of the earth. What is an agenda and notice the word net Jaina, we did the meaning of the word an agenda. And the word net Jaina is different from the word and Jaina

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because later on in the same verses for ingenico we're gonna

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This is net Jaina. NET Jaina with the shutdown on the gene.

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Just as we did the word nest zelner nest Zilla netjer I lemma. Whenever there's a shutdown up on the middle letter that gives a meaning of emphasis. It shows that the action is done with a lot of intensity. So not Jaina, go. We rescued you. As if it was, it seemed impossible to rescue you.

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You were enslaved.

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And you know how they escaped from Egypt, the Bani Israel. It was during the night that Allah subhanaw taala told him to leave Egypt

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and fit our own and his entire army. They pursued them. They went after them to catch them and then eventually fit around in his army drowned in the sea. Where Bani Israel they were able to cross the sea. So what is Medina come and we saved you. We rescued you from the persecution that was very severe, and the rescue, but it was also very intense. What isn't the Jaina command? And if Iran from the people around? Why did we have to rescue you from them? Yes, who Muna comes through and either they were afflicting an evil torture of

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what was the evil torture that the people of Iran were inflicting on the Bani Israel

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that they had in slave

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they were taking labor work out of them.

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And the word used to Muna It can be as the meaning of inflicting a very hard task upon someone very hard labor upon someone forcing them to do something very difficult. And that is what the people of her own were doing with the bunnies Australia but the bunny is trying to were forced to do hard work to do labor work. And the word used to Muna also conveys the meaning of constancy. It also conveys the meaning of constancy. So they were constantly without any break. One thing after the other they had lined up for you, one work one task after the other they had lined up constantly they were imposing upon you. So what are the evil punishment? What else were they doing? You they'll be shown

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at Urbana accom. They were slaughtering your sons way, especially UniSA accom. And they were keeping your women and then

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the word you the beholder. Notice the word user behind the bed. Again, there's a shutdown in the middle letter.

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This is from the roof hazards, then there.

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Then there have the verb which means literally, to slaughter

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an animal by cutting the throat by ripping the throat.

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This is the literal meaning of the word that

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and then when it's used for killing, then it's in particular killing by

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how do you think

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by chopping off the head. So this is what that is. And notice the word the back again, just as a word measure or Nasrallah or analemma. There is emphasis and severity in this section. So what does it mean by the hat. The hat is not just a slaughter, but it is to massacre at a very large scale,

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to kill, to slay in a very large number.

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And it also conveys the meaning of planning.

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Because they were killing who either behind a burner or come they were killing. They were slaughtering, they were massacring your sons. And in particular it was newborns. It was newborn babies, infants who were killed. So there was planning involved as soon as they found out about a newborn die was born. They would go and kill him for the purpose of torture on a very large

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scale and it also shows how mercilessly without any mercy without any confession they would go and kill the newborn sons of the bunnies right? So you love be shown a winner come they were slaughtering your sons and the word of Annette is a Birla even Why is the human is a home and they were keeping your room in the night the weather yesterday unit is from the roof address her Yeah, yeah.

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Her Yeah, yeah. And the word from which yes this unit is derived is the word higher?

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Remember arshia your vehicle. l higher. What does it mean? life?

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So yes, this unit they were keeping alive.

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Now, previously, we did the word Yes.

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In the Lucha les especially indeed. Allah does not feel shy. Now if you look at the word Yes, dash D and D S dash Yuna, what's the difference between the two?

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Just the one one isn't? Yes, dash E is for singular yesterday. Yoona is for plural. But they've been translated in completely different ways. Isn't it? Why the difference? The root letters are the same? Yeah, yeah. But in Arabic, the words are not just about the roof letters. From the roof letters, the main words are formed. And from those main words, different other words are designed. So from the roof letters, hi, yeah, you got one word, which is higher, which means life.

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From that you get yesterday tuna, which means they keep alive.

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From the same newsletters. Hi, yah, yah, you got the word higher, which means shyness. And from higher, you got the word yesterday, which is to feel shy.

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So you understand the difference? It's not that we're translating whatever we feel like, no, it that's not what we're doing. We're given the context in mind. And we're also looking at the word from which the verbs that we see are derived. So yes, the human is they were keeping alive Nyssa accom your women. Now notice the word that the organiser is used for women. And it is used for old women, young women, daughters, mothers, sisters, grandmothers, granddaughters, on any kind of women, related or not. This is what the word means. But the word of Burnett in particular means what?

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Not men, but it means sons. So what does this show that they were killing the sons and all of the women, they were saying they were not killing the women of the bunnies.

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They were killing the new born sons, and they were leaving the women alive. Now why is this? Why was he doing this? Why was he inflicting such difficulty and torture upon the bunnies? Right? And why was he killing their sons and keeping their women alive? Why is this? So? Two reasons are mainly

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First of all, there's a scholar, Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah, who was an Egyptian scholar. And he said in his seat as recorded by a student, that when fit our own realized that Bani Israel, they were increasing in their population. Once their own realized the Bani Israel were increasing in their population, because remember, that many Israelis were not originally Egyptians, right? They were not originally from the land of Egypt. You can say they were immigrants. they immigrated over there. They migrated over there when use of Renaissance called them. So when for their own realized they were increasing in their population. Their numbers were growing every day. He feared that they would

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overcome the Egyptian population.

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He feared that they would overcome his people. And he felt their dominant presence as a threat to himself and his people.

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He felt their dominant presence as a threat to him and his people. So in reality, fear ominous people they were scared of the Bani Israel, they did not want them to be the dominant people in Egypt. So as a result, what did their own decide to do? that he was going to inflict evil torture upon them and what was the evil torture that he enslaved them, and he took hard labor from them. He treated them as second class citizens. He used them for very risky jobs in which many of them would die, for example, building pyramids and huge structures. So all of that involved a lot of hard labor, and as a result, many of the venue's rated, the men would die as a result of that. So it was

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his plan to completely eradicate the many Israelis from his land. And also he said that as a part of a more structured planning

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What he did was that any son, any boy, who was born to the bunnies rabies, what would he do? He would sponsor them, he would kill them.

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So why did fit around do it? Because he wanted to wipe off the bunny Israelis from Egypt. And in order to do that, he forced the men to do hard work, which was very risky. And any sons who were born to the bunnies, right, what did he do? He ordered that they must be killed. Now one thing we have to remember over here is that he assumed Warner consumer either is different from either be hoonah urbanismo, como esta humani circle, all right, because many times, some have interpreted this as that the evil torture was the fact that he was killing their children, and that he was keeping their women alive. The two are separate, because the surah Ibrahim also Allah says you assume una

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Consuelo are the word user beehoon. So these two are different. The evil torture is the hard work that he took out of them.

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And as part of structured planning in order to completely eradicate them, he came up with a plan of killing their newborn sons. So this is the first opinion as to why he inflicted this torture upon the bunnies during Another reason is given. That is that fit our own had a dream

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in which he saw that a child from the Bani Israel would grow up and he would kill

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eventually. And it is said that one of the soothsayers also had interpreted this for him. However, there is no evidence for this dream or for this interpretation in the Quran and Sunnah. We find this out from Israeli traditions, and we're allowed to accept them. But we're not allowed to confirm and say that, yes, this is indeed the truth.

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So one reason is that he did this in order to completely eradicate them. And secondly, he did this in order to protect to protect his kingship, because he feared that someone from the venue Australia would come up and destroy.

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Now the question is, why did he leave the women alive?

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Why did he not kill the women?

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He made sure that the men would die with difficult work. And if any sons were born, he would kill them? Why not the women?

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Why are the women

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basically the women did not prove as a threat to the Egyptians. And in fact, they were more like, slaves within the house. So what for their own interest people did was that they will take the women of the Bani Israel as slave women, and they will take domestic labor out of them.

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And they were treated as slave women. So any children that they would have, they were obviously not Israeli, because they were treated as slave women, the Egyptians, they would sleep with them, and any children that they would have, would obviously not be nice, right?

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This is also a humiliation to the men, that they're not able to protect their women. The women are alive, and there are no men to protect them.

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So this is why they did not kill the women.

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Allah says we're fairly calm. And in that all you all there was a ballot, there was a trial, in that there was a trial for you from your Lord. And this trial was indeed very clean. It was indeed Great. Now the question is what is the meaning of the word but the word ballot comes from the root letters there laughs lamb? Well,

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it comes from the real fetters bear lamb well, but

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and Bella is used for a trial or a test in which there is difficulty.

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So basically, it is used for just that is very difficult.

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It is very difficult. And it is also very intense.

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And the word Bella is used in two ways.

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This trial basically can be of two types. First of all, it can be through something that is evil, something that is very difficult, something that is negative in its nature.

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And secondly, the word Bella is also used for a test. That is difficult, but it comes through ease.

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It comes through ease. For example, a person is given a whole lot of blessings. He never suffers any difficulty. Is he still in a test?

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Of course he's in a test. He's still being tested. Is he being grateful? Or is he not being grateful? Is he still obedient to Allah? Or is he not obedient to Allah? Does he remember Allah? Or does he forget Allah? Does he give the rights of others or does he not give the rights of others? And this type of test is also very difficult, isn't it when it's a difficult situation

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For example, a person suffers from 40, as the person has to be patient, the person has to keep, you know, reminding himself to be positive, he has to go through, you know, difficulty in life, okay? It is difficult, but when a person is going through ease, and then he has to tell himself, I still have to obey Allah, I still have to remember him, I still have to give the rights of others, that is more challenging, isn't it, because you don't even realize you don't even remember that you're in a test. So the word better is used in two ways. A test that is true, something that is negative, that is through something that is really difficult. And it is also used for a test, which is through ease,

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which is through a blessing.

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So the word is used in respect of both good and bad things. Now Allah says that, in that there was a test for you in what was a dustry. Because of the two meanings of the word Bella, then it has been understood in two different ways. First of all, it has been said, that valley combat, that refers to the torture of

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the persecution of

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that was a very great test.

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It was a tremendous trial for the bunnies.

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Imagine the entire nation has been enslaved,

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the children are being killed, the women are so vulnerable.

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It was a very difficult test.

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And secondly, this has been understood as that vericom that it refers to your being saved by a law was a big test.

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Because the IRA begins with what is not a miracle. So in your in your being saved, and you're being delivered from the persecution of your own and his people. That was a great test for you. What was the testing? What are you grateful? For? Are you not grateful?

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are you grateful? Or are you not grateful for this great favor, with the valley combined our own mirror become, and the word are leamas from the root letters, I love me.

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I mean, and Arlene was used for something that is great, something that is enormous. It is also used for that which is very important, or someone who is very mighty. Over here, it is a description of Bella. So it means a great trial.

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A very big test. Now what do we learn from this?

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What do we learn from deciding? What are some of the lessons that we can learn?

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What do you learn from deciding

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when a person is being tested? First of all, he should realize the fact that he's always been tested. It could be something positive, it could be something that is negative, it could be ease, it could be difficulty.

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What else do we learn from this?

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You see, Allah says what is net j nap calm when we saved you when we rescued you? So what do we learn from this, that Allah is the one who saves us from the problems that we're in.

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He is reminding the bunny Australian over here. And in particular, because the addresses to the Jews of Medina have his favours upon them. But look at your state back then.

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Look at your state back then you were completely enslaved, humiliated, you had no say, you could not protect your women, your children were being killed, who turned the tables around? Who helped you who saved you a lawsuit?

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So if Allah is the one who saves us, what does that tell us? That we should turn to him at the time of difficulty as well. When we're in difficulty, we look at our money. We look at our friends, we look at who we are. And we forget the fact that there's someone above us who can actually save us who is the only one who can save us.

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But no matter how much a person tries to do something, if Allah does not allow them to do it to accomplish it, they will not be able to be successful, they will not be successful in accomplishing their goal, fit her own, tried his very best to completely wipe out the bunnies. But at the end who finished

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the fit or own the entire URL of all of them, they were drowned, and the bunnies trail. They were saved.

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Also, we learned from this, that being saved from the torture and persecution of the enemy is indeed a great blessing.

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Because of us as what is and remember the favor when we saved you, we rescued you. So being saved from the persecution of the enemy is a great blessing of Allah. And we also learn from this is where Allah says at the end was he barely called Bella from who

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from Who was he barely Kampala in that there was a trial for you from who

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Middle rugby come from your Lord. So what do we learn that trials and tests and difficulties in our lives, they come from whose permission of loss they come from.

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Whether they are big, or small, minor or major, whether they are something that we're suffering from in our personal lives, in our family lives, in our social life whatsoever, any problem that we suffer any trial that we suffer, who sends it along? Because it's been our own middle have become many times that there's a problem we're suffering. What do we do? We start pointing fingers, it's their conspiracy. It's a conspiracy theory. It's that particular person, it's that particular leader, it's that particular aunt of mine is that particular uncle of mine, this person and that person, this is what we do.

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Forgetting the fact that there is someone who allowed this to happen to his chosen people.

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Allah subhanaw taala is the one who sends trials upon us. Now, the question is, why? Why does the Las panatela test? What are the bunnies trying to do? Why would they tested with such a difficult trial? The men are being persecuted the women are being enslaved. Why? Why does the last panel data test people? There are several reasons are given. First of all, we learned from the Quran that we are made to go through difficulties we are made to go through tests as a consequence of our own wrong actions

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as a consequence of our own wrong actions. Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran, in sort of the Shura, I am number 31. My father called me mostly but in fabbi, Makassar, but a decom. Furby man, I guess I bet a vehicle and whatever strikes you have disaster, whatever strikes you have disaster, any kind of disaster that strikes you any problem that you suffer? Why is it so? It is because of what your own hands have earned? It is because of what you yourself have done. If you have a stomach ache,

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what does that tell you?

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You ate something that you shouldn't have eaten? If you have a headache, what does that tell you? You've been up too long, for example, or you've been out in the heat too long.

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Right? When we become sick, what do we think of something that we did wrong, we ate something that we shouldn't have eaten, we did something that we shouldn't have done. We catch a call because we went out in the cold, not properly covered. So we get problems in our lives. Why? Because of the wrong that we ourselves do. And that's where the bunnies started. We know that they were gradually drifting away from the D.

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When they were in Egypt, what happened? They went there as a children of profits. And what happened eventually they drifted away from Disney. They indulged more and more in the world.

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Another reason has been given as to why Allah subhanaw taala desks people, sometimes it is to wake us up

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when we have disobeyed him,

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to wake us up to shake us when we have disobeyed.

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Why?

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So that we can repenting

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so that we can seek forgiveness for the wrongs that we have done. Just imagine, if we're doing wrong, and we're never ever called to account for the wrongs that we do, what's gonna happen,

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what's gonna happen, we're going to continue doing the wrong that we do, isn't it? So it is a blessing of Allah, that Allah subhanaw taala makes the person great eyes in the dunya, that he has done something wrong. And Allah makes us realize that we have done something wrong how, by putting us into difficulty, before we realize that we have done wrong in the hereafter. Allah makes us realize now in the dunya, so we can do something before we reach the hereafter.

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Also, another reason has been given as to why Allah subhanaw taala puts people into test, which is to elevate the rank of the person

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to elevate the rank of a person to elevate the status of a person, a loss of power that puts people in trial in order to make them stronger. Because trials and difficulties, they're an opportunity for us to make more than one trauma to become more patient, isn't it?

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If we had no problems, think about it. Would we make

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hardly ever?

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Just think about it, the doors that we make, what kind of door are they? oma, please help me pass my test.

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Allah, these make this problem easy for me, please solve this problem for me. So they're an opportunity to make us more righteous. They're an opportunity for us

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So that we make more than or to pray more to him.

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And also we learned that the prophets of Allah, they were the ones who were tried the most. There's a hadith in was that in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is reported to have said that the most in their suffering among the people are the prophets.

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The most in their suffering among the people are who are the prophets, then the best, then the next best?

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So Allah subhanaw taala, sometimes just people, why, in order to elevate their ranks more and more, if you think about the Prophet sallallahu sallam, did he not live a difficult life? He did. It was full of difficulties. Bunny Australia were the chosen people, a loss of Paradise had sent them with a mission, that they will deliver the deen of Allah.

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And now almost all of them go through this difficulties that they would wake up and remember their mission.

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And similarity right now.

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As a Muslim oma, if we're suffering any difficulties, which we are, whether it is in our family lives, or in any other way, if we're suffering difficulties, it is not so that we say why has Allah abandoned us? It is so that we look at ourselves, what are we doing? Are we doing what we should be doing? Are we neglecting any responsibility that Allah has given us?

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It is basically to wake us up.

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Among the minds of Australia have another favorite, what is gonna be common? And recall when we parted the sea for you? What is for recording what is again means old Kuru obon. Israel is, remember, recall, Albany, Australia, when such and such happened, meaning remember this blessing of Allah as well, which he favored upon you. And what was his blessing for it for aachener for acuna is from the real fetters fair?

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farrakhan and farrakhan literally is to divide something into two or more parts. What does it mean, to divide something into two or more parts to separate something

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the word fit is from the same root, which means a group or a party that has separated from the main body.

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So over here, what was parted, what was separated, what was split, and by the sea, the word bash is from the roof enters their head.

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And the word partial applies to it's translated as the sea. It applies to a large body of water.

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It applies to a large area that is covered with water.

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And you said that usually the word applies to such a body of water, which is also very salty, the water is also salty, it's not sweet like a river, rather it is the sea. So what is for aachener bakeable Bashar What does the mean by become with you become over here gives a sense of for you for your sake.

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So when we parted the sea, for your sake, who does you refer to the Bani Israel and which sea is this? The Red Sea? So we parted it for your sake, we split it into two made a pathway through it, so that you would cross the seas safely, for your sake, so that you could cross the sea with security and safety. A loss of hunter had sent musasa to rescue the ministry. And musasa he took the Bani Israel from Egypt. And as they were going towards Philistine or Jerusalem, the Red Sea came in between

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and over there when he reached the shore. Obviously Imagine you have an entire people behind you. How are you meant to cross the sea? How are we meant to do that? At that moment, the bunny Australian they said that's it we've been overtaken because we had our own in his army. We're right behind them. So that's it. We're done. We're finished. But most artists at that time he said color in number Europa Dini, no indeed with me is my Lord. Sony is going to guide me he is going to show us the way as to what to do in order to be able to cross the sea. A loss of handle data revealed to Masada Sarah do strike the sea, with his stuff to throw his staff into the sea. And as a result what

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happened? The sea barges into do we learn in the Quran for Canada, cola Philippines cut folded are we that the sea it parted. And on both sides, it was as if there were two huge mountains

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do huge mountains of water and in the middle, there is a clear pathway

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through which the Bani Israel crossed the sea. So Allah

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For angina, then we saved you. We rescued you notice the word angina. It's the same roof letters as the word and the Jaina from the veterans noon gene. Well, it is also said that under Yoongi is to deliver someone from some hardship. So for angina come, we rescued you, we saved you from what? From drowning, you didn't drown in the sea. And also we saved you from fit our own and his people.

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And Jaina, we rescued you with a Lacuna Coil of your own, and we drowned the people of your own. The word of Heraclitus from the roots I chose lane law.

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And the work is to be drowned in water. What does it mean, to be drowned in water? A lacuna.

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We drowned the people of it or the family of it, or the followers of it or own the army of their own. Remember the word as it's not just family, it's also followers. So his entire his armies, his followers, his people, his family, everybody went

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chasing the Bani Israel in order to get to them. So what happened when they were trying to cross the sea behind the Bani Israel, what happened? The sea, crushed in abundance, and drown them.

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And

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what anthems rune was when you were looking, while you were seeing 10 balloons from the roof Lazarus, noon, rah, rah, Nevada, and Nevada is to look at something, to see something. And in particular, it is to see something to look at something from the front. You can see something before your eyes.

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So what and sometimes our own, what does it mean by this? We saved you. And we drowned the people of our own. While you were looking, what were you looking at?

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You were looking at the sea crashing down on top of the people.

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You were looking at your enemy, drowning in the sea?

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You see, one is that a person is told that your enemy has been finished.

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They're just informed that your enemy has been finished. And the other is that you see the end of the enemy with your own eyes. What is more satisfying

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that you see with your own eyes?

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Well, Anton doubloon when you were looking when you were seeing, and it also shows what went on down the road, you were just looking on as if there was looking at the entire scene with off with surprise with shock as of what's going on. Just imagine the sea being split into two. That itself is a view if you look at it, if the price is your chocks you you'd be off. And then imagine the sea crashing down on somebody who's trying to cross the sea from the middle.

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Unknown terms alone as if you were just staring in horror in shock and surprise in amazement.

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What do we learn from this verse? What do we learn from desire

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have also piled on is just

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that the bunny is radio. They were being tortured, their families were being persecuted in front of their eyes.

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And they could not do anything to help themselves. And Allah subhanaw taala saved them. And he didn't just save them, but he finished their enemy in front of their eyes as well. Allah is very just

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if Allah is with us, no one can harm us.

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We should not lose hope. They were at the shore of the sea. thinking what are we going to do that sit? We're Gone musasa What did he say? In the very obvious is Dini. My Lord is with me. He is going to guide me Do not give up. In our last

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also we learned from this is what allows the panels or wants to take a person out of a trial. When he wants to take a person out of a difficulty. He sometimes does so through ways that a person cannot even imagine

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a person can never even think

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he split the sea for them.

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Does that happen regularly? No. It doesn't.

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But Allah wish to save them Allah wish to rescue them. And he did so from a way that they never even expected.

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Sometimes we think that we're saved and we're not saved, but our own went into the sea thinking that he was okay.

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And the bunnies trail, they will say

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so for Allah subhanaw taala nothing is difficult. If he wishes to save someone. If he wishes to help someone, nothing can stop him all he has to say it's just gonna be fire code. And it happens. He just has to say code. If you think about it, making a highway

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through a forest through

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Mountains takes months and months years. But within moments, there was a highway through the sea, not a bridge, but a highway through the sea in order to save the money Australia, also we learned from this is that it is only a loss of panel data who can take us out of afflictions and tribulations. It is only

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he is the one who removes the difficulty from a person so we must turn to him only at the time of difficulty.

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And also we learned that it is a blessing of Allah that a person sees the end of his enemies with his own eyes.

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that a person sees the end of his enemy with his own.

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Also, we learned about film, that he was very proud of the rivers of the sea, that were in His Kingdom.

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We learn in sort of a number 51 whenever fit our own, if you call me call a call me. And I said he will call Misra, who had he inherited a dream into a fella to saloon and fit around called out among his people. And he said, All my people, does not the kingdom of Egypt belong to me and these rivers flowing beneath me, then do you not see, he was very proud of the rivers of the sea in His Kingdom.

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But how did he die? From the very blessing that he was proud of? that he would boast about.

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So we learned that a person should never ever boast about the blessings that he has been given.

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A person should never ever boast about the blessings that he has been given.

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Exactly. Just look at the contrast that within moments, you know, within a few seconds,

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the scene completely changed. The bunnies really is trying to escape.

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They're trying to save their lives. And their comes through their own trying to catch them and trying to kill them and trying to finish them off. And what happens when these riders are saved? and Fiona is finished, completely finished.

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Next day, what is what are our dinner Mussa? And remember, when we made an appointment with Masada center, what is what does it mean by what is what Guru is? And also remember this favorite? Don't forget this favorite either. We saved you, we finished your enemy. But we also did this. And what was that, that we promised, we made an appointment with musasa and for how long are verena later than 49 the word where our dinner is from the roof letters Well done, well done, we're done wire this is to make a promise with someone to give one's work to someone, but I will do such and such I promise.

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And when the word wider, when there is an additional element like over here, when

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you see between well and the rain, there is an additional element where I do know this additional unless it conveys the meaning of promising one another

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making a promise with each other

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just as the word but Allah means just to kill someone, but Cortana is to try to kill one another to fight one another. So similarity word is just one sided promise but where other is both sides, when both make an agreement when both make a promise.

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So what is where are they gonna Musa and from the same word we can understand this as an appointment. If you think of it what is an appointment

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the two people they agree to meet at a particular place at a particular time. For example, if you have an appointment with your doctor, what does that mean that you will meet the doctor at their office at a particular time and the doctor will be there as well. It's both sided. So Allah subhanaw taala promised musasa them that he should come over there for this period of time in order to be given the book and musallam promised that he would come over there in order to receive the book.

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Okay, so in your just you have between wow and the rain and others Matsuda instead of an elephant on top of the world. Do you see that? That's in some scripts you will see in in others you will see a live lock suit on top of the one but if you if you pronounce it, it's where either it's not wider right. So this inauguration Where are the this a lift this indicates that the action is both sides. So what is where are they now Moosa are wearing the Layla

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What is the meaning of Musa

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who was most artisan and

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the profitable when he started

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He was sent in order to

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rescue them in order to save them and also to guide them. Which book was he given?

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Most our listener when he was born, what did his mother do?

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She put him in a basket and left him in the river. And then what happened Eventually, the fan videos that are on they picked him up. It is said that in the language of the ancient Egyptians, in the language of the complex,

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the word Moosa move gives the meaning of water

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and share gives the meaning of tree

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gives the meaning of tree. So, he was given the name Moosa, because he was found in the basket, in the water, by a tree.

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This is an opinion among garden leaves exact meaning of the word.

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What is where Arjuna Moosa or verina leader, or Marina is from the refreshers where all the rain Have you heard of the word armbar rubra. What does that mean? A var means for Robert means a quarter of our 1840

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so overbearing a leader and the word leader is from the researchers lamea lab. Data is used for night. Albertina, Laila 49.

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What was his promise? What was his appointment? And why was it for 49?

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You see a loss of panel data when he saved the money straight from the people of Iran.

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They reached the desert.

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Now, they were free.

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But did they remember they?

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Did they know that? They didn't. So they had to be given knowledge. They had to be given guidance, they had to be educated, their name was necessary. So Allah subhanaw taala, called masala Salah on the Mount tool for a total of 40 nights. Initially, it was 30 nights. And then later on 10 more nights were added, in which the total was 40 nights. And musallam stayed there for 14 nights. And then he was given the total over there. Why, so that he would go and teach the people?

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Now the question is, why is it 14 nights? And does the Knights only mean that he was there during the night time and not during the day?

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Why is the word nights used and not days?

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In Arabic, because the night precedes the day. Therefore when you're counting a particular number of days, you will not say days he will say nights? Because the night comes before the day. So 14 nights and the days in between? That's understood. What are the question? Are you Why 40? Why not? 31 are just one hour? Why was he called to stay there at the mountain for 14 nights? And days in order to be given the book? could he not be given a book just in a day or two? Just in an hour? And why did he have to go up there in the mountain being alone all by himself in order to be given the book. Why like that.

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If you think of it, the Book of Allah is something that is very serious, and waiting.

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It's very serious.

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You cannot grasp it within just an hour or two, within a day or two. And I think even a year and a half is not enough to grasp the book of

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even a year and a half is not enough, it is just the beginning it is just a test a year and a half. Because each and every time you pick up the book each and every time you study, you learn more and more things. You learn things that you never learned before you realize things that you never realized before it affects you in a different way each and every time.

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So, the Book of Allah because it is something very serious. Therefore, time is needed in order to grasp it.

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Time is needed in order to grasp it. The Quran was revealed over a period of 23 years,

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the companions would spend about 78 years just studying certain bacala

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because it takes time to understand and grasp the book. So, similarly musala salon was called over there to stay there for 14 nights, in order to be given the book because it takes time to grasp the book. And also he was called over there, so that he could be in seclusion.

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so that he could be in seclusion.

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Remember that you cannot obtain anything in life. You cannot get anything in life. If you are distracted.

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If we are not focused, we can not achieve our goals. We have to be focused, we cannot be distracted

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and he was called over there.

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so that he could be cut off from the rest of the people from all of his worries. And he could focus entirely completely on the book of Allah. So those of you who are living in the hospital, you're very lucky. Because you don't have to worry about, you know, friends and family and cooking. And you know, your only goal right now is to just focus on the book of Allah. You've been given an excellent opportunity and amazing opportunity benefit from it.

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So what is where are the Noosa? Are we're in LA that's when we promised musasa 14 nights the appointment was for 14 nights so that he could be given the book. So when musasa was away, demand food, what happened then it the hospital will regulate. You all took the calf, who does you all refer to the bunnies train? Your took a look at it. The hospital is wondering fetters, Hamza call them

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a harder

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Hamza than a father and a mother is to take something but it the harder is to take something with firmness with seriousness to adopt something.

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So it the heartstone you all adopted you all took very seriously. What did you adopt an agent, the cat? The word agent is from the root fetters IMG man and the word agent is used for a calf, a baby cow

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and in particular the word agent is used for a calf when it is aged between zero and one month.

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After one month the word agent is not used. So literally it is used for an infant.

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For a calf for a baby calf for a very small calf. So think about the customer that you are the calf. You all adopted the calf, for what?

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For worshiping you will adopted the calf as a god reading you worship the calf mimbar D after him after musala Sara meaning after musala Sam had gone to the mountains behind him What did you do? You adopted the castle worship what until while the moon and you were wrongdoers? You did something that was very wrong. The word lolly Moon is a third of the words volume from the route setters la Lam me,

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World

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War land mean.

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We did the word lumads earlier, what does that mean? darknesses. And the word one gives us two meanings. The first meaning that we get from the word world is nuxe. To reduce something,

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what does it mean? To reduce something to deprive someone of their rights

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to deprive someone of their rights do not give to a person what they deserve.

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This is what Boone is to reduce in giving their right to deprive someone of their right, which is why the word home is translated as injustice. What is injustice?

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What is injustice? that a person who is who deserved something you don't give it to them? You don't give them the right? The first meaning of littleness injustice. Secondly, the word volume also means to play something where it does not belong.

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What does it mean? To play something? Where it does not belong? What the reshape, feel it in my head?

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To put something where it does not belong?

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For example,

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your socks? Do they go in the kitchen?

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In the kitchen cabinet? No. If you put it there, what's going to happen? What's gonna happen?

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Any person who is going to open the kitchen cupboard is going to be very annoying, especially if they're dirty. Right?

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Similarly, if you don't wash them, and instead of washing them in the washing machine, you wash them in the dishwasher. What's going to happen? What's gonna happen?

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Are they going to be washed property? No. is the dishwasher going to work property? Probably not. So one is to put something where it does not belong

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to put something in the wrong place.

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And the article tells a sound intellectual says this is something that should not be done.

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So what unemployment your wrongdoers What does it mean by this?

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If you look at it, the first meaning of willingness to reduce, so what were you reducing? Who's right were you not giving a loss

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of loss of power data has the exclusive right to be worshipped.

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And if you give the right to somebody else, what are we doing them we're not giving the right of a left to

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Secondly, will Mr. Player something where it does not belong to a calf? A cow,

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a baby cow. It's an animal. It is something that has been created by a loss. And this calf in particular, it was made of gold that the bunny Australian made with their own ornaments by their own hands. Does any person say that my child is my father?

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Does he say that? No. No person says that my child is my father. How can you say that the child of a cow is the one who made you.

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The cow that is made of gold that you made with your own hands is the one who created you is the one who deserves your worship. How is that possible? It is putting something where it does not belong.

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What undervalued? You did something very wrong. You will wrongdoers and the expression what underly mode. This is a review. It is a reproach.

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You did something very wrong. So much the hustler ag Lombardi were until volleyball when the Australian left Egypt.

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They took along with them go Julian.

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When they left Egypt, it is sad that they took along with them go God. Just imagine if your daughters leave your house. And you're not coming back. What would you take with you?

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Everything.

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Imagine if you have to walk? Can you actually carry your bed with your your favorite linens with your favorite clothes with you? No, you can't. But what is it that small in its size? And also great in its value? Gold, money, jewelry, right? Because it works anywhere as well. It's valuable, it's precious, it's easy to carry. And it also works anyway. It works as a currency no matter where you go. So similarly when the bunny Australia when they left Egypt is that that they took their gold jewelry with them. And a person who was named samedi from among the bunnies Australia. He collected all of his gold when musala Islam had gone to Mount Fuji, and he made a golden calf out of it.

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Instead of haha. I number 88 we learned for Roger whom regionen just added level for Carlos Heather illyricum illa, who Moosa Venezia and he extracted, meaning Sammy, he made for them the statue of a calf, which had a lowing sound, it has said that it was hollow from the middle, and as the wind blew, it would actually make a sound. And the people got really impressed with that, look, it even makes a sound when it doesn't move. It doesn't eat anything. You made it yourself. And they said that this is your God and the God of Musa but he forgot.

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This is your God, this God who said forget about him or he has forgotten you don't think about him anymore. Messiah is gone for 14 nights, he's still not back. That's it. We're on our own. Let's just worship this God that we have made ourselves. And the people actually believed in him.

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The people actually believed in him and they started worshipping the gods. And how lunisolar he was there amongst the ministry who was

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the brother? And he actually tried to stop the people. It is that in sort of aha number 19, where he is quoted at what are called Kala Hoon Haruna min kaaboo yokkao. Me in nema 14 tumby. And heroine had already told them before the return of Musa that oh my people you're only being tested by you're only being tested by this guy.

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So do not worship this guy. But what did they do?

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They did not listen to him.

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It is said that there was only one group of people who listened to her owner listener and everybody else insisted on worshiping the gods.

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So over here, Allah subhanaw taala reminded them that I called WUSA to give him the book to give him guidance. And while he was away, what did you do?

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You took the car for worship. What do we learn from

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that first of all, about musala Salah. But in order to learn something, in order to gain something that is valuable, you need to give time to it.

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You need to give time to it you need to focus on it. And you need to be in seclusion.

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And this is very relevant to the student of knowledge that for him for a student of knowledge to be able to absorb the knowledge that he wishes to learn. He must give time

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he must give time to it. Which is why sometimes you may have to spend more than an hour to memorize your lesson.

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You may have to spend five hours to review the entire just for the test. Sometimes maybe more. But this is something that is essential. Without giving time, you cannot acquire knowledge

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and also if you think of it musallam had gone to learn

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and back home would have

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Think

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back at home What happened?

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The people fell into shape.

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Right?

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Now person might say he shouldn't have gone. Right? Which is why sometimes when you go to school to learn, and you go back home, and the children have made a mess or something, what do people tell you? You shouldn't go

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look at what the children are doing back at home. Look at all this that's happening. These things are desks.

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For us.

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When we go out in the way of Allah, things do go wrong at home.

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things do go wrong at home, because obviously you're not there. But sometimes they go wrong, even when you are there, isn't it? So as your child only broken a dish when you were not at home? No, he's broken it in your presence in front of you.

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Things also were wrong when you were there. How Luna Hassan was amongst the bunnies. He stopped them. But did they listen? No, they did not.

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So remember that when we go out, to learn, to study, to work for a loss of final data, things do go wrong at home. And these are tests for us. It doesn't mean that we shouldn't neglect our homes. We should neglect our families. No.

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But it means that if we do come across such tests, we should face them and we should not give up the greater goal. The greater

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federal law says some are phono uncommon by the Gallic then we forgive you after that. Why? law under Campeche. karoun. So perhaps you would be grateful. So much means then, despite all of that, that we were the ones who saved you. We were the ones who rescued you. We parted the sea for you. We took you out and what happened? You adopted the calf for worship.

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What happened? So my iPhone and come despite all that, we pardoned you? We forgave you mimbar the velika after that after what?

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After you're having worship, the word are Foner.

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We pardoned. This is from the new fetters I felt well.

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It is from New fetters. Reinfeldt. Well, our fourth and fifth one literally means to wipe something.

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What does it mean? To wipe something or to obliterate something.

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And then the word of is used for forgiveness.

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It is used for forgiveness for pardoning someone.

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Because it is such forgiveness, in which the wrong action is completely wiped off, it is erased.

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The wrong action, the fault of the person has been completely wiped off, it has been erased. So is that the person who deserves punishment, the person who deserves revenge off is to forgive them. Not take revenge, not inflict punishment.

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No matter how big or small the fault may be.

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No matter how big or small the fault may be. It could be something as small as breaking your favorite plate or something like that. Or it could be something bigger than setting your house on fire.

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So no matter how big or small, it may be, have ways to forgive the person for their fault, not call them to account for it, not punish them. not take any revenge from them. This is what our fluids, Allah says, from our phone are uncommon bardiani we forgive you.

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We forgive you. What does it mean by that? That we did not inflict any punishment upon you?

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They were worshipping the calf.

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But did the earth fit beneath their feet?

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No.

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Were they killed right away? No.

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Did all of them die right away? No.

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So my iPhone and coming back. We've pardoned you after that.

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So we learned that even if it's a major sin, even if it's a very big thing, a loss of panel data can forgive sins. Allah forgives sins, no matter how big they may be, no matter how major they may be, as long as a person wishes to be forgiven for that. he repents to a loss of

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the profits are allowed. He used to pray along with my in the arrow, the weaker and oshri kawika and Arlen was still fuuka Lima

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Oh Allah, I seek refuge in You, lest I do shake meaning I associate partners with you, though I am aware of it and I seek your forgiveness for that chick, which I have no knowledge of as well. So as long as a person

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seeks forgiveness, Allah subhanaw taala forgive sins, and why did He forgive? Now I'm no guru so that you will be grateful. So that you offer thanks the word Allah, we did this word earlier as well. And it gives meaning in the hope that the expected result is in order that the reason why we forgive you was so that you would give things you would be grateful. So now

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it is as if Allah is saying so be grateful. The expected result is that you should be grateful. So be grateful for the fact that you were forgiven. Now the word Dutch guru, he recently wrote letters, Shin calf raw sugar, what does sugar mean?

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gratitude, gratefulness, thankfulness.

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Basically, sugar is the acknowledgement it is to acknowledge someone's favorite.

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And it is also to express

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someone's favor.

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express appreciation for the favor that somebody has done. From the newsletters shame capital.

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You get the word that but the Chicago Dabba is an animal. And sugar is an adjective describing that there but the sugar is used for a very healthy animal, for example, a very healthy cow that expresses the goodness of its master. The kind treatment of its master how

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a very healthy animal expresses the goodness, the kind treatment of the master how,

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by being healthy, right. And also by doing work, okay. And also, it is used for that animal, which is very healthy expresses the goodness, the kind treatment of the master by giving a lot of milk as well.

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So that with the sugar is an animal

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that produces that gives a lot of milk. It is also used for an animal that eats little fodder little food, but produces more milk.

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So basically, sugar is that when a person is receiving some benefit, he shows that he is actually receiving some benefit, some blessings.

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The blessings are visible how, by the fact that he's using those blessings, by the fact that he is telling, he's talking about those blessings, and by the fact that he is appreciating the blessing that has been given. And remember that sugar is expressed through the heart. First of all, it is expressed through the heart. How that a person believes in the fact that the blessing is indeed from Allah.

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First of all, sugar in the heart is that a person should believe in the fact that whatever I have is from who from Allah, not my knowledge.

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Not my you know cleverness not my skill, not my job, who is the one who gave me the job, who was the one who gave me my knowledge, who was the one who gave me my skill alone. So it is to first of all, believe in the heart that whatever I have is indeed from Allah, it is a blessing from Allah.

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Then secondly, sugar is also expressed through the tongue, in which a person says words of sugar. He acknowledges the fact that Allah has given him blessings by talking about those blessings, not showing off those blessings, but talking about the blessings

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in a way of, you know, being grateful to Allah, because sometimes people do talk about their blessings, but they're actually showing off. Right? But the purpose of talking about the blessings is, so that you express the fact that Allah has been so merciful, unkind to you.

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Okay. Then thirdly, sugar is also expressed through joy, that a person is obedient to Allah.

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And also part of expressing sugar is using the blessing that Allah has given as long as it's not for showing off.

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So over here, Allah says Allah Ashkelon, so that you are grateful, we forgive you, so that you would be grateful for the fact that we forgive you.

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So what do we learn from this,

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that we should be grateful for the fact that Allah subhanaw taala forgives us. We should be grateful for the fact that a lot forgives us for the sins that we commit and we seek forgiveness from him for

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and part of expressing gratitude is using the blessing in the way of Allah using the blessing in a way that would please our last panel.

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For example, you have a car LS

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Giving you a car and you use it, why? To come to the masjid For example, to come to the school for example. So, that is using the blessing in a way that Allah subhanaw taala would be happy with. And from this we also learned that we should not use the blessings in a way that Allah subhanaw taala would disapprove of that is also very important. So there are local

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number 53.

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What is that a no Mazel keytab, one for cornella.

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And recall, when we gave Musashi Salaam, the Scripture and criterion that perhaps you would be guided,

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and recall when we give to Musashi ceram, the Scripture and we also gave him the criterion why that perhaps you would be guided? What is the meaning and also remember this favor of hours upon you this huge favorite, this great favor? What is this great favorite that we gave massages around the book? Which book is this? The Torah. And we also gave him one for corn and the criteria. The word for corn is from the root letters, or cough farakka we did the word for acuna earlier for aachener is from Falco which means to separate to divide. So for corn is that which separates between

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two things, do more things, right for on the literal meaning of the word is that would separate that which distinguishes

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and over here for colonies that would separate between truth and falsehood, that which distinguishes between right and wrong,

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Truth and Falsehood right and wrong. Now, the question is, that keytab is understood, it refers to the total, what is this full one, and we also gave him the full con, what is referred to for me has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said, that for corn is an adjective, meaning it is a quality, it is describing what the dollar is,

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it is describing what the delta is. So we gave him the kita, which is the Torah and we gave him the for con, which is also the tango.

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So, it has been said as we gave him the book and the for corn, meaning the for corn is the adjective it is the quality is that which describes the total what kind of a book was it? What kind of a scripture was it? It was that which distinguish between truth and falsehood between what is permissible and what is not permissible.

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So for one over here, is further describing that we learn inserted into it number 44. Allah Subhana, Allah says, in an zenitel rotta Fie have houden when, indeed we sat down to Torah, in which was guidance and light, what does guidance do? It tells a person what good is and what is not good? What does light do?

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Light enables you to tell between things. So for con, that which enables a person to tell between right and wrong to distinguish between truth and falsehood, this was a quality of the dollar. It has also been said that for con over here does not refer to total, but it is referring to something other than the setup other than the book other than the total. Then what is this? There are several opinions that have been given. So it has been said that the fourth one refers to the help and victory that Allah subhanaw taala gave to Masada, seven,

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to the bunny Australian

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because they were rescued, and they were separated from the people of their own, for upon what is Baraka to separate so they were assisted by Allah, they were helped by Allah and as a result, they were separated from those who persecuted them from those who tortured them. So it was their separation from grief. It was their separation from hardship. It was their separation from trials and tribulations.

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So firstly, it refers to their separation from the people of Pharaoh. It has also been said that for Kant refers to the miracles that were given to musasa them because they clearly distinguish between who was right and who was not. When musala salaam through his staff, and it turned into a huge snake that ate up all of the snakes of the magician's. It was a miracle. Correct. And what did that clarify who was

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True, and who was not without Islam one. So for the miracles that were given the Messiah, that clearly distinguished for the people of that time, what is true and what is not, who was really truthful over here, it has also been said, the furqan refers to the splitting of the C because for aka, to split the separate

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what is Athena Moosa and keytab? Well, for Connor, we gave massada cylinder keytab. And we also gave him the photon, why, what was the purpose behind giving him the book? Like I love that dude. So that you all obtain guidance, who does you all refer to the venue Australia, so the reason behind sending the book was so that you would obtain guidance, notice the work that they're doing, it is from hid I hid is guidance, but they're doing the additional tab is the that is to obtain guidance, to be on the right guidance to be on the right way.

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And remember, he there it is of two types, he that is of the realm of his shadow of knowledge and the other that is off topic, which is the ability to act upon the knowledge

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to do so that you are rightly guided. So which is this, this header in particular first of you there of it shad Dyer of reading,

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because of Australia,

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they were enslaved. And imagine slaves, do they have time to even think, to learn to practice No, and whatever level they knew they would have forgotten by them. So they needed knowledge. So Allah subhanaw taala gave the kita and he gave the photon The reason behind sending the guitar for on was so that the Bani Israel would have knowledge

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they would have knowledge of the deen so we see that the reason behind sending the book is guidance.

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And the reason why we have been given the Quran is also guidance. And what do we use the Quran for?

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When somebody dies, we recite it.

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When we want Baraka somewhere, we put the Quran over there isn't.

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Sometimes when people want Baraka in their bags in their wallets, they place a small chronometer.

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Sometimes they place it in their houses, they use it in weddings, as just something that would bring them Baraka. But the purpose of the Quran is what guidance to guide us. And in order to obtain guidance, what's the first step you have to do know the guidance, learn the guidance.

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So we learned from this ayah that the revelation of the Scripture is indeed a big blessing. Because the law says what is thinner and also remember this favorite, which favorite, that we give you guidance, we gave you the book, we give you the Scripture, to the fact that we have the Quran today. What is that it's a big favor upon us. Then Allah says, What if Allah who said to call me and also remember this favorite, when Musa alayhis salaam said to his people, who are his people,

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who is on the bunny stream. Now the word calm is from the rivers of Wyoming. And the word calm is used for a nation of people who live in the same place or who are of the same race who have something in common. So what is Allah Moosa calm he went musasa Sam said to his people, the bunny Australia, and what had the Bani Israel done just before, just now, they had worshiped because they had done Schick, they had associated partners with the last panel Gala.

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He doesn't call them he says over here, yeah, follow me on my people. He doesn't say or use sinful men.

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Or you ungrateful people who have forgotten the favor of the one who actually saved you. And you've been worshipping the cuff. He says, All my people see the affection, the love. When we're doing Dawa, we say them.

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them. They're like, you know, another people another person. We think of them as people who are like second class or third class, not giving any importance. He says, My people, my nation, and when you talk to somebody like this, what does that show that you're sincere to them? Because a person is loyal and sincere to his own people. So there's affection and love in the way that he addresses them.

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And it also shows that he wishes well for them. Yeah, call me all my people. What does he say? in Cumberland? unphysical. Indeed, you have done loan on yourselves. You have done wrong on yourselves. Now. He

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dresses them with love. But he does not fail to mention the wrongs that they have done, isn't it? Because many times in our kindness and our affection, we say that even if you know the person has done something wrong, we said that no matter what you've done is perfectly fine. It's perfectly fine.

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You be nice, you be kind. But it doesn't mean that you completely disregard the wrongs that a person has done, he still makes them realize the wrongs that he has done. But the only difference is the way that he addresses them.

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And that makes a complete difference, a total difference. So in the home, welcome to unphysical. He says that, indeed, you have done wrong on yourself How?

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How?

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By worshipping the gaff. And notice, he says, You have done zoom on who?

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on yourself. So what does that show us? That when we do something wrong, when we commit a sin, we are being unjust to who? ourselves, not a loss of panel data, but ourselves because the consequences of that wrong action are going to be against Who? against us, we're going to suffer them. So he says, indeed, you have wronged yourselves how badly hurt the community by you're taking the calf for worship, for to elaborate ECAM so all of you do Toba to your Creator, all of you repent to the one who created you do boo. He commands them. There were two boys from the routers that well the antenna literally is to what does that mean literally, to stop what a person is doing and return go back to

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stop what a person is engaged in and return. This is the literal meaning of the word. And depending on who the whatever is used for the meaning changes. For example, if the word data is used for a loss penalty, what does that mean? And Allah turns in mercy to a slave and accepts his repentance. And when a slave does struggle when a person does so well, what does that mean? When a person turns to Allah subhana wa tada seeking His forgiveness. And remember that in Toba, there are several conditions that are included.

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There are several conditions that are included when it comes to the Oba. First of all doba includes realizing the sin,

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acknowledging the same, acknowledging the mistake, because the person doesn't realize a person doesn't

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acknowledge the fact that he has made a mistake. Is he really going to seek forgiveness for it? No. So the first step is recognizing the sin, acknowledging the sin, realizing the sin.

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The second step to Silva is leaving the same stopping.

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Because a person cannot say that, yes, I know what I'm doing is wrong, but he continues to do the wrong action. No, you have to stop doing the wrong action as well.

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Thirdly, in Toba regret, is also important. regret over what over the fact that what a person has done is wrong, he feels bad about doing it.

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Because you cannot feel happy about something that you've done, and you're asking for forgiveness for it. That doesn't make sense that doesn't go along.

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So first of all, there is realization of sin, acknowledgment of the sin. Secondly, there is leaving the sin. And thirdly, there is regret over the same. Then fourthly, there is reform, what is reform?

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What is your form that a person makes up for the wrong video system? What does that mean? That, for example, if a person has hurt someone, or stolen something from someone, so the first step is that a person says, would have done this wrong, then a person is regretful I should not have done it, it feels bad. And he does not continue to do that action again. And because he has stolen somebody else's thing, what is he going to do in reform, he is going to return

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he is going to ask for forgiveness. So there is also reform depending on the type of thing. And then the fifth condition, or the fifth step is resolve. And what does resolve mean that a person firmly intends that he is never going to repeat that action again, he's never going to do it again. He makes a promise with himself.

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You see, one is that a person makes a promise and then the next day he forgets and he does that action.

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If we forget and do it, that is something else. But if we are not firm, we haven't decided ourselves in the first place. And then we go back to the same whose fault is that? I was because once you've made up your mind, I'm not doing this again. It is easier to not do it again. It is easier to stick to your word. So with the high the common original

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To elaborate calm, so do Toba to your Creator. The word baddie is one of the names of Allah subhanaw taala. And berry is from the root letters bat ra Hamza

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is from the roof of his bat bra.

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Bara is to create something, but in particular it is to create something flawlessly without any flaw. And it is also to create something out of nothing.

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It is to create something out of nothing, it did not exist before at all.

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It's different from Conoco. Remember the word Hanukkah, Hanukkah is to create something that could have been existed before or it is to create something that is completely new. But But I in particular, is to create something flawlessly without any flaw, and also out of nothing. So for to elaborate equal. Now the question is, why does he say repent to your body and not repent to Allah?

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Why is the word bad it used?

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Because they were worshiping the gold calf? Did the calf create them? No. Who is the one who actually created them? Allah for tubu, elaborate Eco, repent to your Creator?

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And how are they to repent to the creator? How are they to repent for the sin that they had committed? Remember, one of the conditions of Cobo was reformed, right? That you have to undergo some form of punishment, or you have to do something in order to make up for the wrongs that has been done.

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Now, depending on the type of sin, depending on the magnitude of sin, this reform could vary.

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Now what kind of a sin had they committed?

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ship and ship as we know from the Chinese woman earlier, it is the greatest injustice.

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Chick, associating partners with the law is the greatest injustice that a person could ever do.

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It is the greatest expression of ingratitude. Allah save them, and they're worshipping the cuff. So because the sin was very great, therefore, the reform part was also very serious. And what was that? What was the punishment that they had to undergo felco to do and full circle, so kill yourselves thokku

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patella and quaternized to kill someone. And anfis is a plural of knifes faculty do unto second kill yourselves. What does it mean by killing yourselves? It does not mean kill yourself meaning commit suicide. This is not what the meaning is. unforce over here has been used for the people of Bani Israel, the tribe of Bani Israel, kill your own, kill your own people.

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Okay, because if you think about it, the Muslim nation the oma is like a body, isn't it? So, as the Hadith also explains to us, that the believers are like a body if one part of it hurts, the entire body feels the pain, the entire body is in agony, isn't it? So for Cthulhu and full circle means kill each other,

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kill yourselves meaning kill each other.

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Then he can do that for you all, what does that equal refer to? repenting and also killing each other is hierarchical, it is better for you in a very equal near your Creator. It is better in what way meaning it is better than not doing so.

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It is better than not doing so it is better than persisting and continuing on saying. Now the question is, what is this punishment? What does it mean by killing each other killing yourselves.

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As we discussed earlier that since the crime was very great, the crime was very serious. Therefore the punishment also, which was the part of repentance was also very serious, was also very good. We learned earlier that Allah subhanaw taala puts us through difficulties through trials. Why? Because of our own wrongdoing because of our own sins, because of the wrongs that we have done. So sometimes because the crime is so great despite repenting despite seeking forgiveness, one has to suffer the consequences, one has to go through difficulties and trials. And the trial that the bunnies trying to have to go through was of killing each other. And this killing each other has been understood in

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several ways. First of all, it has been said

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to be he writes in the civil code to be that the Bani Israel they were made to stand face to face, wielding their knives and swords from sunrise until full daylight arrived. So basically an early morning, full daylight everything is visible, and they were made to stand with their knives and their swords. And then they killed one another indiscriminately without any consideration of

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Family Ties. So what happened?

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They killed each other indiscriminately without any consideration of family dies. What does that mean? That the father killed the mother, the brother killed his sister, because the entire nation had done this wrong. So they were taught to kill each other. And when this was happening, musala salon called out to a line he said, oh my lord, the tribe of Israel is going to be annihilated, it's going to be extinguished. If they continue to kill each other, who's going to remain, then Allah subhanaw taala had mercy on them, and poured out His bounty on them and accepted the repentance of those who remained and made all of the rest who had died as martyrs. So all of them who had died

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were considered as martyrs, and those who had remained their repentance was accepted. And this shows the greatness of the Bani Israel as well.

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It shows the greatness of Bani Israel as well, that they accepted their mistake. And they actually accepted that they would undergo this punishment.

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That in broad daylight, they were to kill each other because of the sin that they had committed. They realize their mistake, and they actually did it.

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Then it has also been said that it wasn't that they killed each other indiscriminately, but rather, it was that the criminals meaning only those people who had worshipped the calf, they were supposed to kill each other.

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Only those people who had worshipped the calf, they were supposed to kill each other. And then it has also been said that it was those people who did not take part in the crime. They were supposed to kill those who had taken part in the crime. So those who did not do shake, they were supposed to kill those who did shake.

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Those who did not do shake those who did not worship the calf, they were told to kill those who had worshipped the calf.

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So in either case, allow them whatever the reality is, whatever fuck to do, and full circle means we know that those who did shift had to be killed.

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And this was part of repentance.

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And this shows that the Bani Israel, they're seeking forgiveness or their repentance was difficult compared to the Muslim Ummah today, right? If a person does shoot today, what does he have to do?

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seek forgiveness. Right? So over here, they were to be killed for tabernacle as a result, he turned in mercy upon you. Meaning then when you kill each other, a loss of power without a turn and mercy upon you, in the who, who at the web over him. Indeed, he is the greatest acceptor of repentance. And he is also the Especially Merciful, the name of Allah at the web is repeating over here, we studied it earlier. The word denotes What? What does it denote the action being done in excessive quantity and also extreme in quality. So he is the word that he accepts repentance over and over again. And he is the word that he accepts repentance for even the greatest of sense, as long as you

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seek forgiveness as long as you repent.

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Now, a person might have if he is at the web, how come they had to kill each other? Because remember that part of doba is reform, that a person has to undergo the punishment or he has to compensate for the wrongs that he has done, depending on the type of thing

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we're equal to. And remember when you said yamasa omorosa meaning and also remember this favor, when you all said to who? To musasa you're referring to the Bani Israel when you said London No, Mina laka. We will never believe for you. No Mina is from New fetters Hamza amin known from the word Amen. What does it remind me

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belief

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the word Eman means belief. So no Mina, we will believe. But if the word Eman is followed by lamb like over here note Mina laka. The meaning changes. Earlier we read you mean owner bill while the Amana bill a word bill your ministry. So if the word Eman is followed by bear by B, it means to believe in something

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you may know in a big way but they believe in the unseen and not believe we believe in Allah. But if the word Eman is followed by lamb like over here, eminent leap, it is to trust someone.

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do acknowledge

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to listen to them to submit

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to them.

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I'm an elite is to submit to someone to listen to them, to trust them, to affirm them to affirm their truthfulness. So over here they're saying London Amina laka. What is mean by this? We're never going to listen to you. We're never going to affirm your truthfulness. We're never going to submit to you. We're never going to trust you. With regards to what with regards to that,

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because it is said that when musasa when he returned from the mountain, with the Torah, and he gave the photo to the Bani Israel, what did they do, they said, we're never going to listen to you, meaning we're never going to trust you. In the fact that you have brought this from our last panel data had that until not aloha Java, until we see a loss of handle openly.

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We're never going to believe you. We're never going to trust you trust in the fact that you have brought this from Allah until we see a lot openly. The word Jonathan is from the new fetters Jean Hara, Jim Crow, and job is to be manifest. What does it mean to be manifest, to be open to be visible, it is to do an action openly in public, so everybody can see it.

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It becomes known.

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So it is to do an action openly in public, or it is to say something openly in public so that people can hear it. Have you heard of the term jetty Sana Sylvie Sala and Jerry fala.

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Silly sada is so that

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in which when the man when he leads the prayer, he does not recite the Quran out loud, isn't it? And Jerry saw that his father Salah Muslim Russia, in which the Imam recites the Quran out loud that it can be heard. Right? So job is to do something to say something openly. Right? So they say we're never going to listen to you. We're never going to accept you until and unless we see Allah, Jonathan openly, publicly that we can see Allah. He should be out in the open in public, we should be able to see him. Only then we're going to listen to what happened for a while that commissar then the Thunderbolt sees do it struck you and you died. The word sorry, Echo is from the reflectors

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soldering cough. And we have done this word sorry for earlier as well. It is used for a thunderbolt, which also has a flash of lightning.

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A Thunderbolt with lightning.

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So for that one oh, sorry for the shout, the scream the Thunderbolt it sees you and you all died. What unthemed on the road while you were looking? What were you looking at?

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You see, whenever there is a thunderbolt, there is always a flash of lightning with it. So you saw the flash of lightning. You saw the Thunderbolt striking you.

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So in other words, you were conscious at that time you were fully aware of what was going on what unthemed Angelou, when did this happen? First of all, as I told you, that when Mr. Ellison returned from bamboo, what did the B'nai Israel say? They said we're not going to accept unless and until we see Allah. When they made this demand, they were struck with lightning and they all died.

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It has also been said that this happened when musasa

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went for the appointment do multiple

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because what is where are they now Moosa or Marina later? Right? So musasa went to Mount Hood for 40 nights, and along with him, 70 men came 70 men from the B'nai Israel came along with him. And when Allah subhanaw taala spoke to Silas and Busan spoke to a las panatela. They said, we're not going to believe that Allah is talking to you. Until and unless we see a lot open.

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We want to see a low opening, then we'll believe in the fact that it is along with talking to you.

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So as a result of that what happened, the Thunderbolt structure. It has also been said that when musasa returned from the truth,

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the people said that we also want to see how Allah spoke T and then 70 people, they came along with Busan, Toronto, and then this incident happened that when Allah was speaking to Masada Salaam, they said we want to see Allah and as a result, the Thunderbolt struck them. And this is mentioned in Sudoku Arif, I am number 155 where Allah says Ouattara Musa Toma who severina Raja landini Katana and Busan chose from these people 70 men for our appointment.

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He chose 70 men for our appointment Fela Allah tomo Raja to and when the earthquake sees them, but basically we understand from this ayah that musala sanjose 70 men for the appointment with a loss of Pentagon. Which appointment was this

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Either before

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he broke the Torah meaning when he went to get the Torah, or it was after he came back, and then he took the 79.

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But it is said that in this context, what is relevant over here is that when musasa number returned from the Mount Fuji

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and he presented that order to the people, they said, we're not going to believe until we see a lot. So this is what is relevant in the context, the first opinion that I told you.

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So what happened then? Some of our snack remember the multicam, then we resurrected you after your death.

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So it shows that when the Thunderbolts struck them, those people actually died.

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The Thunderbolt struck them and they actually died. They weren't just unconscious. They hadn't just fainted, but they actually died. Which is why Allah says Bharath knakal mimbar. The multicam Bertha is from Bertha. And Bertha literally means to come out.

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What does it mean, to come out? And then it's also used for resurrection, when Bertha, Barden mode and resurrection after that, because what does resurrection include? The dead coming out of the earth alive. So Bharath Nakhon we raised you meaning we brought you back to life mimbar, the multiple notice the word most has been used, and most is used for death. It's not used for sleep. It's not used for unconsciousness, it is used for death. So after you had died, we brought you back to life, why law local guru and so that you will be grateful grateful for what for the favor of giving you another chance.

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Imagine the demand that they made we want to see a lot openly, not just here alone, we want to see a lot open. We're not going to believe until we see a lot.

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So they were struck with lightning they died musar listen and pray to a muscle panel data. And then as a result, Allah give them life again. So Allah says, we gave you life so that you would be grateful. So what do we learn from these verses? that we shouldn't make demands

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that are incorrect, or we shouldn't make such demands that would bring difficulty upon ourselves, we should trust the messenger, we should believe in a messenger.

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If the messenger is telling us something, if the profits or a lot of time has told us something, we are to believe in it we are to accept it.

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And also we learn from this ayah that upon being saved from some problem from some difficulty we should be grateful. Allah gave them life again. Now Allah Khan guru that Allah mentions about more favors will one than our local Mall of America and we shed it upon you the clouds valona is from the root letters. What lamb lamb

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lamb lamb when means shade for shadow one landowner we gave you shade

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we shade it upon you, we cause to give shade

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are they come upon you alpha mama the clouds? aloha moments from the roof that was rain mean mean? And it's the plural of the word of Allah? How would you write the word from Allah just put a timer at the end of the word. That's it.

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Just put a timer at the end of the word.

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And the word alone is from the roof I chose line me mean

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and it is used for clouds but what kind of clouds are

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such clouds that are white.

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Not dark gray.

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Okay, white.

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And they also look very delicate. They also look very delicate, very soft. So because if you know when you see Kaufman, you think that you can just play with it. And sometimes when you look at the clouds You look so delicate. So very white, delicate looking clouds. It is also said that it refers to such clouds that bring coolness and mist descends from them. So that the air becomes cool. So will will naturally come along. We shaded you with clouds. When was this? Where did this take place? You see when the bunnies Australia when they cross the sea. They ended up in the plane of Sinai in the open desert of the Sinai Peninsula,

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which is situated between Egypt and Palestine.

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And they were in this desert for about 40 years.

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They were in this desert for 40 years. Until then eventually after 40 years they they entered Palestine. So while they were in the desert, just imagine how are you going to shade yourself? Do you have trees that you can, you know cut them down and you know make a roof for yourself or something? Oh, can you sit under the trees. There are no trees. You're in the middle of the desert.

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In the open land, so in order to give them shared a loss of panel data shadid them with clouds, and they were such clouds for which mist descended. So the air would be cool in the desert, will will naturally come along.

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And moreover, what einzelner is a common man, Noah Silva, and we sat down upon you, the man and the solver

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in the desert. How are we supposed to get food? Can you grow any food?

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It's impossible. So Allah sent down upon the man and silver because remember, they weren't just standard 15 people.

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There were 1000s. So for them, where do you get all the food from mn and Sela was sent down from above the word man.

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It is said that the word man literally it's from the roof letters mean noon. And the word man in the Arabic language means to bestow a favor upon someone to bestow a huge favor upon someone.

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So the word man is used for the food that was given to them given to the Bani Israel as a huge favor. They didn't have to undergo any hardship to obtain it. They didn't have to go to a particular place. You see, when people are in a refugee camp, what happens they have to line up in order to get the food isn't it, they have to wait for the food.

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This was a favor upon them. Similarly, if you're traveling through a desert or something, or you're traveling through a country, you're travelling through a particular place, you have to stop at a particular place to get some food. They didn't have to put any effort in obtaining this food, it was money, it was a huge favor upon them from a loss.

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But what kind of food was it in particular, some have said that money refers to honey or some form of sweet drink.

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It is also said that money was honey do do that would descend from the sky early morning, which was sweet, the sweet water like a sweet drink. Some have said that man is mushrooms. Others have said that it's a particular type of citrus fruit.

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Some have said that it's a flatbread. So there are different opinions about what exactly man is. But what we do learn from all of these opinions instead of is some kind of food. Right? It is some kind of food

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if it's something sweet honey, or a drink or mushrooms or some kind of flatbread a lot more than what the realities and Allah says over here and we also give you somewhere someone is also understood in several ways. Some have said that Salwa is a kind of a bird.

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It's a particular type of bird. So they were given burden meat.

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We love chicken.

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So they were given some kind of burden meet. Others have said that this fellow was in particular Qualls.

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Qualls the meat of quails was given to them and others have said that Salawat is honey.

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So what is honey?

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So we understand there is a common man Noah Salwa we sat down upon you man and solver if you take solver to be bird meat and if you take man to be honey, so you have the main course and you also have dessert.

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And if you take one to be mushrooms, something like a salad sauteed vegetables are very good side.

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So Angela Lee Coleman, our sanwa

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food in the middle of the desert, and they had to do nothing to obtain it. Allah says kulu they were told to eat gurus from rural countries. Hamza katha, eat mimpi, Betty Mendoza, Conoco, each of the good things that we have provided you, they will pay you Beth is a poor enough believer and for us on the road that was thought yet

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and is used for that which is good,

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clean,

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pleasant,

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something that is good in its quality.

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And it's also very clean.

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For example, you could have, you know, a jar of some very good jam, but it's been sitting for so long, it's piling with dust. It's also clean.

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So it's good. It's clean, and it's also pleasant. it's enjoyable.

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It's something that a person enjoys, it doesn't have a bad smell that hasn't been rotting, it hasn't been decaying.

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And it's also wholesome, healthy,

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very nutritious, very beneficial.

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And because we're telling you also means that which is clean. Remember,

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food is clean when it is Hello, as well. One of the main conditions of food being clean is that it should be halal, it should be lawful. So Colombian Thai EBT model

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conagra eat of the good, clean, pure, lawful delicious food that we have provided you eat of it, enjoy it. Allah says we're Mallanna Muna, and they did not ground us. They did not do a loan on us. What's the role that the bunny is trying to do it except that when this food was sent upon them, they were forbidden from storing it.

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They were forbidden from storing the food because every day they would be sent fresh food.

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And they were forbidden from storing it. But the body is trying to what did they do? They began storing and eventually they were deprived of this food. It is also said that this one refers to they're in gratitude for the food. Because they said, We don't want this one until well, we want you know, lentils and onions and garlic and this and that. So Allah says, well, mal de la buena. They did not do homeowners by their ingratitude when I can, but can they work? And for several years alone, they were running themselves, how are they running themselves by being ungrateful? Because the evil consequences the bad consequences of ingratitude of disobedience who suffers?

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The person who is ungrateful. So what do we learn from this ayah?

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What do we learn from this? What are the different lessons that we learned?

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that whatever we have, we should be grateful for it. And also, that Allah soprano gardens help comes to us from ways that we cannot even imagine from different ways could they ever have imagined that a cloud would be sent above them to shake them?

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From which mist would descend, making the air nice and cool in the middle of the desert, and food would be sent to them in the middle of the desert? For unzila aleikum. Amanda Silva, huge favor. So Allah subhanaw taala has helped come through us through different ways. Also, we learned from this ayah that we should eat or what kind of food

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for you bet. That is lawful, clean, good, wholesome, nutritious, healthy, not that which is bad for us.

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And also we learn that eating good food, eating good quality food is not something that is against the name. Many times we think that if we have become religious, we should become very simple in our food, we should eat untoasted bread and bland foods and steamed vegetables.

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But you bet each of the pie You bet. Allah centum bird meat, bird meat, honey, it's something sweet. It's something it's a dessert. So it's not wrong to have a dessert. As long as a person, he keeps everything within limits to eating up a bath is not against the idea. In fact, it is part of the thing. And also we learn that when a person is ungrateful, he brings harm upon himself. He brings harm upon himself.

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There's a hadith in Sahih Muslim

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in which the prophets are allowed a certain narrative from the last panel data Allah Subhana Allah says, Uri badie lo unknown walakum wa sallahu wa incircle weijun Nicole Kanwar Allah at ko Colby Rajan, why the men come, Mazur, the delicate human, Kesha, all my servants, even if the first among you, and the last among you, and the whole human race of yours, and that of the genes in unity, meaning all of you become the most wicked, like the heart of a single person, it would cause no loss to my power. If the entire human beings entire gene, if they were to become extremely ungrateful, they would not bring any harm to Allah subhanaw taala.

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So we learn that if a person is ungrateful, if a person is disobedient, who does the harm himself? Not Allah subhanaw taala at all, that Allah says what it could have had Hulu had in Korea. And remember when we said to you enter the town. Also remember this favorite when we set to you enter the town, meaning when they came out of the desert, and they were told to enter the town, or the hotel owners from the fetters, Dan Harlan, the hunter, and the hunter has to enter someplace to go into someplace. So they were told to enter into the city. The word arias from the roof letters off raw. Yeah.

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Barbara, yeah. And are you literally means to gather together? What does it mean, to gather together to collect something? And the word Korea is used for a town for a city? Why? Because people live together over there.

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People live together over there. Sometimes you're traveling and you see a house in the middle of nowhere, isn't it

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and then

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You cross some distance and you see a few houses and you see a school and you see a marketplace. What does that show that people live over there? So a Korea is a population of people, no matter how big or small it may be. It could be a small village, it could be a small town. It could be a big city.

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So Oh, hello, hi, the hill Korea, they were told to enter the city. What city was this that they were told to enter? It was Jerusalem. Other say that it refers to ellia la, and others say that it refers to

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whichever city it was, they were told to enter the city for colo minha. Then eat of it hypership done wherever you wished rather than freely. We have done the word rather than before. What mean does it give abundantly in abundance without any restriction to your content to your field? So Hi, Tom, Radha. Each of the good things over there to your desire abundantly without any restriction. So hyper shift, and Radha, why is this mentioned over here? Because it shows that in the desert, they were still restricted to a particular food. They were restricted to just the man and sunhwa right. But in this city, they have more options. So hypershade them rather eat freely without any

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limitation.

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What Hulu and you all enter Alabama, the door which door the door of the city? How should you enter the door of the city? So Jaden as one's frustrating? So Jaden, is a part of the word Sajid and Sajid is one who does such that from the root letters seen Jean that so they were told that when you finally enter the city, they left Egypt across the sea, they were in the desert for 40 years. And now finally, when you enter the city, how should you enter prostrating the words such as then has been understood in two ways. It has been said that sojourn over here means that enter, you know, humbling yourselves

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with humidity bent over while bowing down.

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But others disagree why, as we discussed earlier, that the words such that in particular is used for placing your head on the ground.

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Right. So what it means by what the whole vibe is so different is that once you have entered the city, through its doors, then immediately do such that you

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immediately do such that you will love Why.

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Why, out of gratitude, out of gratefulness.

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You may have seen that sometimes when people are overwhelmed with something they immediately go down to such that even if they're not praying at that time,

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where the whole Baba sujeto enter through the doors of the city, wide prostrating or as soon as you enter prostrate to a lot out of gratitude. And as you enter, what should be on your tongue, what should you be saying? Will kulu and you will say hit bottom hit forgiveness. The word HIPAA is not an Arabic word. It is of Hebrew origin. And it is said that the word literally means to fall down from a height. hatha literally means to fall down from a height. And the word Hippo is actually an abbreviation. It's a shortened form of the statement. If plates are never the new banner,

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if plates are never the new banner, meaning forgive us for our sins,

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it's an abbreviated form of a sentence of a statement which is another banner removed from us our sins because HIPAA literally is what to follow them when something falls, it goes away. Right? It goes away. So similarly, remove us, relieve us of our sins take our sins away. So Allah says cooler hatha, say hello, when you're entering the city, what will we do now for local Puerto Rico, we will forgive for your sins not finished from the roof veterus wine fair or

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McFerrin is still far, what does that mean? forgiveness,

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forgiveness. And remember that from the same root of rainfall, there is another word which is Milford which is used for a helmet. What does the helmet do?

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It protects the head, right? It covers the head, it protects the head. So molfetta is forgiveness for the sin. Why? Because it protects us from the consequences of our sins.

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So say HIPAA. As a result, we will forgive you, your sins, your mistakes. The word hataoka is from the root letters hall for Hamza

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And it's the plural of the word hottie. Yeah. It is the plural of the word. Hopefully. Yeah. And helliya is used for a deliberate sin.

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What is it? a deliberate sin. So now fella come hatanaka we will forgive for your sense wasn't as either worsening and we will increase for those who do ersan we will increase What?

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We will increase in reward

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that we won't just forgive them, but we will also reward them.

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For the question is more than more singing?

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For whom there is forgiveness and there is extra reward? Who are the mercy? More singing is a third of the word morson, which is from the roof address had seen known.

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Morrison is one who does exam

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and your silence from person which means beauty.

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What does it mean? beauty?

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So if someone is to beautify one's actions,

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to make one's actions, beautiful,

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to do the actions in a beautiful way, how is that done?

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How was that?

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To do something completely? First of all, if you don't do something properly and completely What does that mean? There is no beauty in that action. Right? If, for example, if you're supposed to lay the table, or let's say clean the table, okay, and you pick up only the dirty dishes and you leave the food. Is that exam? No. Is there beauty in that action? No. Okay, let's say you pick up the dishes, and you also pick up the food. Okay, but there's still crumbs.

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Okay, you can pick up the crumbs as well. But the table still is greasy. And there's smell on the table. What are you going to do? You're going to go the extra step of cleaning metabolism.

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So your son is to bring beauty to one's actions, how, by doing the action properly, completely, and going the extra mile, taking the extra step.

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So wasn't as even worsening, we will increase in reward for those who do extra for those who do it properly. So what is the proper action that they were supposed to do right now? entering into the city, prostrating seeking forgiveness and doing more than that. So Allah says what happened then? For Bella, then he changed but then I send the letters back that then

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and but the law is to change something to alter something.

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So they completely altered who altered under the Nevada move those people who did wrong? What did they alter? holan are saying with saying that they bring in its place later other than a lady that a home that which was sent to them. So instead of saying the word which would they were supposed to say? What did they say? They said something else? They were told to say HIPAA and they change the word HIPAA into him.

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They change the word HIPAA into Himba and Hilda means wheat.

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So instead of saying we want forgiveness, they said we want wheat.

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And this was out of mockery. There is a hadith in Bukhari, in which Abu hurayrah narrative that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam said, the tribe of Israel were told, enter the gate prostrating and say, relieve us of our burdens, your mistakes will be forgiven, but they altered it, and entered sliding on their buttocks. They entered the city, sliding on their wares, saying that hindpaw is a grain of barley.

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They completely marked at the words of Allah. Allah save them. He rescued them. He delivered them. He gave them the chance to enter into their homeland. And how did they enter? Not with humility, not with gratitude, but with arrogance with ingratitude and complete disregard of the commands of Allah, complete disregard of the instructions of Allah completely going against them.

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So as a result, what happened for Angelina then we sent them over here gives them meaning of as a consequence, as a result, we sent down Island letting avala move upon those people who had done wrong. What did we send down upon them? rage isn't a filthy punishment. The word which is from the root letters, Ra gene z, Ra, g z, and the word reads literally means movement. What does it mean movement? What isn't varied is when a camel walks with its legs wobbling.

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So there is movement. The legs are the knees are wobbling. It's not able to

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Walk, you know properly. This is the literal meaning of the word, but it's done. The word reads is used for filth as well. Because when you look at something filthy what happens? You shudder, isn't it?

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It literally means movement. And then it also means filth. Because when you see something filthy, what happens? You shut it out of disgust, isn't it then the word reads is also used for punishment. Why? Because it is a severe, filthy punishment.

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Filthy punishment.

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For example, when you think about the people of your own when they were punished with frogs, and locusts and lice, just thinking about them, just a thought of it, what happens? You share your shutter, it's filthy, it's filthy, and it also makes you shudder. And it said that this reads, in particular, it refers to play.

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It refers to play, because that includes high fever as well. And in high fever, people shiver. So for unzila are the Lydian avala ridges and Minnesota reds from the sky. It is said that it was a plague from a hadith in Sahih. Muslim we learned that Allah's Messenger said plague is a calamity, which was sent to Bani Israel, you are upon those people who were before you Why?

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Why?

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For the wrongs that they did, as a punishment

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Bhima can we have sukoon Allah says because they used to cross limits, you have sukoon is from

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fair scene path. We did the word fast again earlier, what does it mean to cross limits? So because they used to cross limits,

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the rules that Allah had set for them, the commands that Allah gave them, what did they do? They completely disregarded them. So as a result, a loss of data sent a punishment upon them. So what do we learn from this?

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That we should not change the words of Allah, we should not disregard the commands of Allah, we should keep them as they are. And instead we should focus on changing ourselves.

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And also we learned from this, that if a person has been given many blessings, he should not think that he can do whatever he wants. The bunnies rain were given many many blessings many favorites, to the point that they thought they could do whatever they want. When a person has been given blessings, he should be grateful. Instead of being ungrateful and disregarding the favors of Allah.

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In the next lesson, inshallah we will study more favours are mentioned that were given to the bunnies.

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh