Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L011C

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Al-Baqarah 60-62 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 60-62

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I will let him in on what

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we learned from the previous verses that are very Israel. They were saved from the torture from the persecution of Iran. And they were made to cross the Red Sea under the guidance of under the leadership of musasa.

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And once across the Red Sea, your own, and his ad, they were drowned in the sea and the Bani Israel were saved, ended up in the desert of silence

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in the desert of Sinai, in the Sinai Peninsula. And they stayed in this desert for about 40 years. And in this desert, while they were there, there was no food.

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Obviously, they're in the middle of the desert, what food is going to go there.

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Similarly, there was no place beneath which they could take some shelter. And similarly, there was no water. In the verses, before we read, there are lots of panels on a shaded abundant with clouds, to give them shelter, and to cool them in the midst of the desert.

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And he also sent upon them, man and Silva. He also sent upon them food from the sky, from above from the heavens, prepared food, for which they had to do nothing. And now in the following verses, we learn about how the Bani Israel were also provided with fresh water in the middle of the desert.

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And in these verses, we will also study the reaction or the behavior of the Bani Israel in response to all of these blessings, which they were given.

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We have read several times in the surah, about gratitude, about expressing gratitude to our last panel, which is done from the heart, the tongue as well as a person's actions in which a person is grateful to Allah, how, by being more obedient to Him.

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So we will see in these verses how the money Australia responded to the blessings that they were given.

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What is the score, Mussa and recall when musasa sought water, when he prayed for water, for who live only for his people?

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What if and when meaning, what guru, you have any Israel, Albany Israel, also remember this huge favor of Allah subhanaw taala upon you, upon your forefathers, what is best comosa remember this favorite as well, when musala Santa prayed for water,

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the word is that far is from the roof letter is seen off Yeah.

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If you look at the word is the star it has to seen in it,

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it has two scene in it

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one scene is a part of the route and the other is, it gives meaning of seeking. So, why is this the score is a little better scene off Yeah. And setting

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means to drink

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sakia to drink or to give to drink, to make someone drink.

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And if that

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is to ask for a drink, to request for a drink, to pray for a drink.

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You may have heard through Piazza, what is

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the place of drinking zanza right. Similarly, you also may have heard of solitude is this part. What is selected is this part

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the Salah, in which people pray for or after which people pray for rain.

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So it's best for is to pray for water to ask for water to request for water.

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So Moosa is gonna pray to Allah subhanaw taala, for water for who? For the ministry, because they were in the middle of the desert, and they suffered from thirst, and they had no way of obtaining water, fresh water for themselves.

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And as for is this all it is to pray for water to request a loss of data to verses with water.

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And this is done by performing solar, meaning people together to perform solar and afterwards they make dua and it's also done just by making blood.

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For example, we learn from a hadith that is mentioned in Al Bukhari and Muslim on the authority of unnecessarily learn that and then enter the mosque on Friday, while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was addressing the people

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The man said, O Messenger of Allah, our wealth has been destroyed. And we have no transport to the marketplace. supplicate for us for me, pray for us for me.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his hands. And he said, Allahu

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Allah, give us rain. Oh Allah give us rain, or Allah give us rain.

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So we see over here, there was no special for that that was performed. But he just made that up right there at that particular time.

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And so Dylan has said that by Allah at that time, there were no clouds in the sky. And there was no house or building between us and the mountain that would prevent them from seeing the sky. From behind the mountain came a cloud looking like a shield. By the time it reached the middle of the sky, it burst and started to live in So literally, they saw the clouds approaching, and they saw rain coming down.

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By we did not see the sun for one week, the entire sky was covered with clouds, and it was raining continuously, and they did not see the sun for an entire week. Then on the next Friday, a man entered the mosque from that same door, while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was making the address the man face to Prophet and he said, our livestock is dead. And the paths are unpassable. Why? Because of the rain.

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So the man is a prophet and he said, our livestock is dead and the batter and festival ask Allah to make it stop. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam raised his hands. And he said Allahumma Hauer Elena Weller Elena, he did not say that, Oh Allah stop the stream. But what did he say, Oh Allah around us, and not upon us.

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Send the rain, not directly upon us, but around us.

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Over make it upon the hills, small mountains, bottom of the valleys and plantations.

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And so the law has said that the rain stopped and we walked out in the sunshine.

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We walked out in the sunshine.

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So this is what is this called is to pray to a loss of panatela for water.

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And sometimes, Allah subhanaw taala provides us with water through rain that comes down upon us. And over here. However, the bunny stripe provided water through springs that cash flow.

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So what it is Tuscaloosa economy

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and the word count, as we discussed yesterday, it is a little off Well, me

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and what calm is used for a group of people who are joined together by their family lineage, meaning they share the same lineage. They're of the same race. They belong to the same country, the same land. So this is what account is.

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Who was the coma musasa. The Bani Israel why they called his home

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because he shared his lineage with them. Right? They were of the same race they were of the same people. So Musa al Salaam prayed for his people for Cornell. So we said, meaning a loss of panel data set to musallam. If you strike, it ranges from Baba, bah, bah bah, which literally means to strike one thing with another.

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So move on is and I was commanded to strike VR soccer with your staff and hedgerow the rock the stone, he was stalled to strike the stone with his staff.

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This is the same staff that massage ran through in the sea, after which the sea parted Institute.

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The word alpha is from the root letters I inside. Yeah.

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It isn't the letters I insert. Yeah. And alpha is used for a rod or a stick a staff.

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But it's not just any stick.

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It's not just any rod.

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It is used for a shepherds stuff.

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It is used for the staff, the rod of a shepherd, which is very thick, and it's also very strong.

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It's thick, and it's also very strong.

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And when we think of the word staff, or a rather a stick that a person has, we think of you know the staff that is used by the elderly or by the weak to help them to assist them in walking. That particular staff is called mincer. It's a different world.

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In particular is used for a staff that is thick, it is strong and it is a multi purpose staff. Meaning it's not just used for

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Assisting someone with walking. But it is used for many, many things.

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When musasa went up to the mantel, not knowing that he would be addressed by a loss a panel guide over there. And when Allah subhanaw taala spoke to him and made him a messenger, a loss of power as musasa, then what is in your hand?

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Well, Matthew Kirby aminika yamasa, what is in your hand, or Moosa

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and musasa didn't say it's my stuff. It's just a stick that I'm holding, which is a non replied, it's mentioned in sort of, haha, number 18.

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on here, our fire as a worker,

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who should be here,

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when he here.

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He said, It is my staff. I lean upon it. And I bring down leaves for my sheep,

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because he was a shepherd. So he would use the staff to bring down the leaves from the trees.

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And he said that I have there in many other uses as well.

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So our fall is not just a stick that a person leans on, or that a person uses to help him when he's walking when he's climbing. But it's a multipurpose stick.

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And the staff of Musa listener, it was a very special staff. And through the staff, many miracles were performed.

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many miracles were performed by musanze ran to the staff. And for major miracles that we are aware of are,

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first of all, that when he threw the staff, it would turn into a snake. And when he would pick it up, it would return to its original form of being a staff.

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Another great miracle that was performed with the staff was in the competition with the magician's. Right, when musala salon through his staff and the musicians also they had thrown their sticks and their ropes and the snake, or musasa, which is actually the staff the staff which changed into the snake. What did it do? It swallowed, it ate up all of the sticks and the ropes, meaning the snakes of the magicians.

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Another great miracle that was performed by the staff was that the see was struck with the staff and reported into

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the sea was part of Institute it was split up.

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And another major miracle that was performed through the staff was the one that is mentioned over here in this verse that musasa was commanded to strike the rock with his staff and what happened 12 Springs gushed forth out of the rock. So we said it would be a falcon Hydra, a loss of panatela commanded musasa to hit the strike the storm with his stuff. The word hedger is from the newsletters her de la

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de la hija.

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The word hazard literally is used for something that is very hard or something that prevents

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results a use for mine. The hedge is also used for mind for intellect.

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Why? Because the mind also prevents us from doing that which is incorrect. And sometimes people are very strong headed, isn't it? No matter how much you try to explain to them, no matter how much you try to convince them, they don't move from their position, right. So higit is also used for

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over here the word is header and rocks are called hazard Why? Because of their resistance, because of their hardness.

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So every day our socket has another question is which stone was this?

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with stone was this we know about the staff, but which stone was this that musasa was commanded to strike?

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We are not told exactly which stone it was from the Quran or doesn't

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allow Ireland which stone it was,

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whatever type of stone it was, whatever its size was, whatever its color was whatever its shape was all of these details were not being given.

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All that we've been told is that was our lesson I was told to hit the stone with his stuff. And he did so and as a result what happened.

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Fun, then it gushed forth. What cash fourth mineral from it meaning from the rock gushed forth if number

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12 Springs gushed for from the rock. The word in federal is from the new freshers fair de la fere Jimbo,

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remember that the new normal

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Here is not part of the route.

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It's not part of the route the noon in the world. It's not part of the route through reference for gene.

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What dispatches me?

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But dispatches me?

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Dawn daybreak. Right? What happens at daybreak?

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The sky which is covered with darkness, what happens to it?

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The light it bursts through it.

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Have you heard of the expression crack of dawn? Why is it called the crack of dawn

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because the entire horizon there's literally a crack through which it gradually grows, and the light enters and the morning comes, and the night recedes. so fragile, literally means to split something apart.

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But this federal army split something apart and cause it to burst at a large scale

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to cause it to burst at a large scale.

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Fragile is called fragile Why? Because the entire horizon the entire sky is burst with the morning, right.

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So over here, in federal what, what does it mean? It gusta it exploded, it erupted. What erupted from the storm to well springs

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to work if not that are shorter or sharp Asha is from ancient Rome. And you may have heard of the word the last show of the month of Ramadan, which is very special. So it's not that I shot 12 sprints, the word is on the roof letters I knew I knew

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I knew

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and the rain is used for a spring

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a source from which water is coming out.

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And the weather It is also used for eyes.

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It is also used for eyes.

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When you think of the eye and the string. What's similar between the two?

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From eyes, tears come forth and from a spring water.

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So it matter our shutter is 12 Springs now the question is why 12 Springs.

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Because the bunny is trying to work well try to remember your Cobra he had 12 sons and from the slope sons their descendants were formed into 12 tribes.

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So Musashi Santa struck the stone and as a result 12 Springs gushed forth out of the stone for all of the tribes.

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Allah says other elements, in fact, he knew who knew could lunasin every people, what did they know much about their home their drinking place?

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Every people meaning every tribe knew which was their drinking place, meaning which particular spring was there.

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Because there were 12 Springs, right. So every people knew every tribe knew which particular spring was this.

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The word odd, this is new, the word God gives meaning off, certainly, indeed. And it generally comes before a verb, like a lever, he knew aneema is a verb and when it comes before a verb, it gives confirmation to the action

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it gives emphasis to the action that has been done. So other arriba certainly indeed In fact, in Yoo hoo new code lunasin every people the word when as a founder who is known well seen and

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seen and known senior

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you should put this in because what do you say?

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I'm genuine seen loon senior and known while seeing you've written all of this before.

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So every people knew about their drinking place the word matcha is from newsletters, sheen or the

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for the short.

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Drink. Short, nice drink. So much love is a place of drinking.

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Now I told you before that the word begins with a meme. And the meme indicates that the word is a noun. Which type of noun is it?

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This particular noun You see, it sounds different from more or more sin or more men, men more than Muslim. Are these words that sound similar, isn't it? So Muslim worse than men? These are what one who is doing the action.

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And over here what you see is my

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There is a counter mesh.

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The word mesh indicates the place and time where a particular action is done.

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Where a particular action isn't what the place or time where a particular action isn't.

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So much what is the place of drinking, or it is the time of drinking.

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And this particular word, it is called rough in Arabic.

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It is called rah, rah, rah for

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this info,

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it's the place or time of doing an action. So every tribe knew each tribe of the Bani Israel knew about their drinking place, and also their drinking time because the word master doesn't just mean drinking place, it also means drinking time. Why? Why was it necessary for every tribe to know which spring is theirs? And which time is for them to take their drinking turn? Why is that important? Why is that important?

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Just imagine, if all of them came at the same time to drink, what would happen, such a huge crowd, and people will begin to fight, people will begin to argue, and especially if the springs were not allotted, then what would happen, people will say this is ours, or this is ours, this is not yours, this is mine. So, it was all specified for the purpose of organization, and also, so that people would not develop animosity, or hatred, or rivalry between themselves.

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ferula says kulu all of you eat meaning the bunnies very well told all of you eat washable, and also you drink.

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Does this mean that they had to eat and they had to drink even if they didn't want to?

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cola washable, it's a command. This command is for permission. Meaning you may eat and you may drink. It doesn't mean you have to eat you have to drink even if you don't feel like it. This kind of command is called the amroth eba of permissibility.

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So eat the man in salah and drink the water

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to eat and drink medispa left from provision of Allah. What is this? Anything that our last panel data provides? So eat and drink of the provision of a lot. Whenever you fill out the move Sabine and do not commit wickedness do not commit abuse in the earth as wanzhou create facade

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is from the newsletters. I'm sir. Well.

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Or I say yeah.

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I say well, or I say Yeah.

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The word or zoo, or receipt or receipt means to create facade.

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What does it mean,

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to create this order

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to cause disaster? But how is this different from facade

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in two ways. First of all, this word is used for being very quick and fast in creating facade,

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being very quick and fast in causing disaster in creating havoc.

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So what is it to be very fast, very quick, very speedy, in making percent.

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And also, the word receipt also conveys the meaning of facade that is intangible

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facade that is intangible. So you can say intellectual facade or mental facade, social facade,

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facade in the family in relationships. So Allah says, that I fell, do not commit abuse, do not be wicked. How, by doing facade quickly, by being very quick in doing facade in disobeying Allah, fill in the earth with sedena, as one to do mischief. Some obsidian is describing the state of those who do a thing or

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do not commit abuse as those who do facade. And remember, that facade is done how, how is it done? By disobeying of a

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facade is done How? By disobeying a loss

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when they were given the man and Salah what were they told, do not store any of it?

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So if they were to store any of it, that would be disturbing. Similarly, they were to eat and drink all of it, and be grateful to Allah, if they were ungrateful. What would that be?

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disobedience to Allah. So all of this would be facade.

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So they were told, eat and drink and do not commit abuse on the earth by being destroyed.

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obedient to Allah

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by being ungrateful to Allah, for these blessings that you have been given for this fresh water that you have been given.

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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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First of all, water is a big blessing.

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Water is a big blessing of almost

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imagine if they had money and somewhere in the desert, and they didn't have water for this arrived

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for this right now? Would they enjoy mine and silver? No matter how nice and warm and fresh and delicious? It would be? Could they really enjoyed without water? No, water is essential. It's a big lesson.

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Also, we learn that when we need water, what should we do

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is that we should make dua to a loss of data. For water, we should pray to Allah subhanaw taala for water.

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And we see that this was the way of musante center. And this was also the way of the prophets.

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Imagine the prophets are among musasa their prophets, they are making the right to Allah for water. Why shouldn't we, if we need water or something else?

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So when we need water, what should we do pray to a loss.

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And also we learn from the Hadith I mentioned to you of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that if there is too much water, we shouldn't say what not to stop. We shouldn't complain.

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But rather Allahumma Hawaii Elena, when Elena

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also we learned from this, that a loss of Panasonic is the one who fulfills all of our needs. He is the one who responds to our two R's, who fulfills our needs, I should have done and she said that as a multiplanetary for everything, even if it is only a shoelace. Because if Allah does not make it easy, then it will not be possible.

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When we're thirsty, when I cook, why what do I mean, you can just simply go to the kitchen and get what for yourself. Or if you're outside, you can discover a convenience store, stop at the gas station, buy a bottle of water. But she said, make sure to allow why. Because if a law does not make it easy, then it will not be possible. However you go there, and you want to get water and you don't have change.

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Or they're out of water. Or you realize you have no cash and they don't accept credit card or debit card. But if you can do

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the other day I went to a particular place and we walked all the way and we caught everything. And I opened my wallet and I realized I didn't have any cash I took my card out and like we don't accept any cards.

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And I was like it was only something that was worth two or $3. But if a lot does not make it easy for you, then what happens? You're not going to get it even for level things. Even if it's something as small as a bottle of water as a glass of water as a shoeless What should we do? Pray to a las panatela This is the way of the prophets. Allah says in Surah Number Number 62. a medieval Motorola either die or who will actually for Sue is Lena best, who responds to the desperate one, when he calls upon him and removes evil.

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Who is the one who responds to the call of loss penalty.

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Also we learn from desire that the messengers,

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messengers of Allah, even Benito

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because they're also dependent on us.

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They are also in need of a masa.

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masa listen and pray to Allah.

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What else should we learn? I want you to think as well.

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It's very important to keep order.

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They were given 12 Springs for proper order, and organization.

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And this shows us the wisdom of Allah subhanaw taala

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that he created more space for people. Right?

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Drinking, turn and drinking place. All of this was fixed.

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Also consolidate space for them. It wasn't all of them were to go at one time. And whoever gets water gets it, whoever doesn't get it too bad. No, this was done so that there would be no rivalry, there would be no animosity. So what do we learn from this?

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That space is needed. We need to give space to people. Because if we don't, then it affects our relationships. If we interfere with people with regards to their personal affairs, with regards to their personal needs, and what happens,

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what happens?

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relationships get affected

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You see over here, they were not cooking their food. Okay, they only went there to get their water. That's it a simple thing as water, they weren't cooking their food.

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So we learned that people need to be given their space, especially when it comes to fulfilling personal needs, as food and water.

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I visited the space once basically was in Bangladesh, where we went to a particular place at somebody's house, and they had an entire area for their servants. And my parents, they wanted us to go see that particular place to see what poverty is like what kind of conditions people live in. And it was a very small area where three families of the servants they lived over there. So the men they worked, and the women, they used to live over there with the children. And each had one room to themselves. But the kitchen was only one room. And the kitchen was very interesting. It was divided into three parts, because there were three families. So the kitchen was divided into three parts.

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And believe me, one part was smaller than this desk that you see.

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But it had a store apart, and a few dishes.

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And I asked them why they are small kitchens for these women. They said because before when there was only one kitchen, they would fight. Women need their space. People need their space, especially when it comes to fulfilling personal needs.

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They went there to drink water, not cook their food, we need to give space to other people. Because if we do not give space, what happens, it affects relationships.

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So many times we hear about a mother in law and a daughter in law never getting along why the daughter wants to cook in another way mother not wants to cook in another way. And then the animosity begins and it never comes to an end.

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Look at the wisdom of Allah, the bunnies are they're all related, but the water, where they get it from, it's all divided up. Everybody knows where they get their water from Why? So that they can have their space so that it doesn't affect their relationships.

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So that it keeps them bonded together.

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It doesn't mean the chapter be completely cut off. That's not what the meaning is. But just given a bit of space to the other person.

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We listen to the recitation of the first day and then we'll continue.

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Well, that's

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only me. Nobody can

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bother alima poo.

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Poo wash

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is one

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of the most ceding.

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So we were discussing the lessons that we learn from this is

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another lesson that we learned from this ayah is the compassion and mercy that Maasai Salam had for his people. Because we learn from the ayah what is best for Moosa, the only he prayed for water for who, for his people, because they were in the desert, and they were thirsty, and they needed water. So he made the offer them. So it shows the kindness and compassion that Musa Salaam had for his people that he made the, for the fulfillment of their needs.

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And we also learn from this, that a leader, they should realize the needs of those who are under them, we should realize we should look at the needs of those who are under us, whether they are our children, or people who are working under us in any way, in any capacity, we should consider the needs of those who are under us.

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Also, we learn from desire, that our last panel data is able to do whatever he wants. He told us our lesson and distract the staff onto the stone. And as a result, what came out 12 Springs, does that generally happen? It doesn't generally happen. But if Alice wants it to happen, he is able to do so. Also we learned about the generosity of Allah subhanaw taala

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that he responded to the prayer to the law of Moses in

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, when one of you ask something from Allah, then let him be plentiful in what he asks for. For indeed, he is asking his Lord

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and this hadith is mentioned and even hidden. What is the Hadees fellas that when you make to

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make sure that you make the do out properly, don't just say Oh, like Just give me one of this thing. He prayed for water for not just himself.

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But for the entire nation,

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a loss of panel data is generous. He is our rub. He is the one who answers are the ones. If we have something that needs to be fulfilled, if we have a need, who do we ask? Allah? And Don't feel shy when making bla bla bla,

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if he can cause springs to gush forth out of a rock? Can he not grant you a drive? Of course he can.

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It's about how sincere we are in making our lives.

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Also, we learn from this ayah that the water that gushed forth from the rock, it was a special miracle that was given to Masada sooner,

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if you think about it, without a sudden pray for water. And Allah told him, strike the rock with your stuff. And then as a result, the water is going to crash for

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could the water not gush forth without him having struck the rock?

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Of course, at the time of new halation What happened? Did he have to strike anything with his staff? No, the water came down from the heavens, it erupted from the earth. And there was a huge flood.

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If almost pantalla wish the same thing could have happened. But he made this happen through musasa. Why?

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To prove to these people to show to the bunny straight you that he is your leader, he is indeed the Messenger of Allah.

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It also shows you billions of musasa he will still hit the rock. And he did it.

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He did it because it was a command of Allah.

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Sometimes you might say, but it doesn't make sense. How am I going to get water out from the rock? how's that gonna happen?

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sometimes things don't seem to be logical, but if it is a command of a law, now labor fee, this is a book in which there is no doubt whatever Allah tells us, there is fair in it for us. Just do it. And you will see benefit.

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Because he is a lot and we are we are His slaves. What else do we learn from this?

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What else have you learned?

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kulula shabu medrisk Allahu wa, so fill of the machine. What do we learn from this?

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What do we learn from this, when we are given some blessings, we should use them, we should enjoy them. And we should not forget to thank them.

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And part of thanking Allah subhanaw taala for the blessing is being obedient to Allah not be disobedient to Allah.

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Next time, what is called yamasa. And remember, when you said almost meaning remember when he Israel, the time when you set to musasa them, that Lannister alata Iman were hidden, we are never going to have patience on just one kind of food.

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Remember when you said to your profit to your leader, that we can never be patient on just one type of food on just one food?

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When did they say this?

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When they were in the Sinai Peninsula when they were in the desert in the wilderness.

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So they said we are never going to have patience over one type of food. There is one sub swath of battle. That's the meaning of the word sub.

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To control one sub

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sub means to control oneself It was hard for naps.

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Basically sababa means to bind to chain

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to put under a lock.

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For example, it is a transfer of data.

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dabba dabba, Dabba and animal.

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So sagrada is to tie an animal because it is to control the feather to bind to chain. So solid that is to tie an animal without giving it any food or drink without giving it any food or water.

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Why? Why do the Arabs do this? They will do it to train their animals for battle.

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They will do this in order to train their animals for battle and also for the long journeys that they would have to undertake to the desert.

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Because by being hungry by staying hungry, they will develop endurance.

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Just imagine an animal that is tied up and it doesn't have any food or any water. When it gets hungry. What is it going to do? What is it going to do?

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It is going to try to release itself. It is going to wrestle With what? With the rope that it's tied with

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Isn't it

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and sometimes that animal to do is that if they're tied around the rope around the pole or a tree, they begin to walk around it in search of some food.

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So basically the animal is tied, and it is not able to go anywhere else. This is what's odd is that you control yourself on that, which may seem impossible, which may seem very difficult. But you tell yourself that No, I am not going to say this, I am not going to do this. You tie yourself and literally no at the time of anger is if you're going to erupt.

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There is like a storm going on inside. And you just want to say, whatever is coming to your mind, and you want to shout it out. And you want to show that you don't care about the other person. But what is something that you tell yourself? No, I'm not going to do anything that are lost anger dislikes. I'm not going to say anything. There are lots of dislikes. So summer is to control yourself.

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So this that lameness bill, we are never going to have patience, we're never going to enjoy, we're never going to put up with, we're never going to remain content, Overwatch at a time and we're headed over just one food.

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The water is under pressure. But I mean, and the water, when you think of the word food, we think of something that is solid, but the word bomb is not just used for that which is solid, it can also be applied to a drink or a liquid water, because it is food. So basically, it is any kind of food.

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So we're not going to survive on just one type of food. What are they referring to

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mn and salvor. They say one food. But what were they given money, and sanwa this is what happens when a person is negative.

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And he doesn't even see the obvious. He doesn't even see the blessings that he has, he thinks he has very little. Whereas in reality, he has much more than that.

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He says I don't have this, I only have this whereas in reality, he has more than that.

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So they said we're never going to put up with just one food.

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So why did they do that?

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Because they wanted something else. They said further. So you pray. Leonard for us, Rebecca your Lord, further on in Arabic, so pray for us to load, though it is from your impressions, then I well.

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The word da is from the same group. What is the army?

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supplication. Prayer

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literally means to call out.

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And then it's also useful.

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So they say to massage and further back, pray for us to your Lord, notice love your Lord, they don't tell banane Our Lord,

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what does it show

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their arrogance. And also as if they have completely disassociated themselves from a loss of Hunter, he's your Lord.

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He's your Lord. Pray for us to your Lord, not our Lord your Lord, as if they have nothing to do with him.

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So pray to Him, that you know that he should bring out for us usually just from origin or origin,

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he should bring out for us mimma from that which to me to the earth girls,

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or to me too is from noon better, noon better. And next is when something goes and something sprouts out of the earth. Primarily the word is used for the growing of plants, vegetation,

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semi metal metal out what the earth grows. What does the earth grow?

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They want specifically when bucketing her of herbs. So pray to your Lord for us that he should give to us what the earth grows of its bucket of it's the fare of food, others and bustle.

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The word Baku is from bear off land.

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It is Rufus bear poplar.

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And the word buffalo is used for all kinds of vegetable plants that don't have stems

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that don't have stems.

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For example, tomatoes, what do they go on?

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On a plant that has a stem right backhoe does not apply to tomatoes. Okay? It applies to those vegetable plants that don't have a stem or the stem is the part of the vegetable. For example sided leads, hurts, spinach.

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Carrots are under the ground. This is the stem which is part of the vegetable which forms the entire leaf and the vegetables

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Eating as a whole. So, basically it applies to leafy vegetables, leafy greens hurts

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some sugar in particular refers to spinach or rubini.

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So, they wanted leafy greens, vegetables, salads,

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man and Salwa It is said to be sent for them prepared from the sky. It will be sent down upon how exactly

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but they were given the food prepared, it came prepared, fully cooked, ready to be served, everything was done.

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So they said we want what the earth produces of Baku of green herbs of leafy vegetables, leafy greens from the same route that often is the word bacala which is used for grocery store.

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And they also wanted to say that is that is from their newsletters off, sir. Well,

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off there well,

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and the word literally means to eat something that makes a crunching sound

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to eat something that makes a crunching sound while a person eats it.

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So basically, when you eat it, you can hear it. You can hear the person eating it What comes to your mind

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crisps, chips, but this is some vegetable

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like for example cucumbers or carrots, apples, celery.

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So but in particular is used for few companies.

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So they said we want leafy greens, we want crunchy and juicy cucumbers. And we also want waffle meaner and it's garlic. The word foam is from the roof lettuce fell well mean and food is understood in two ways.

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First of all, it has been said that the verb farmer which is from the same root, it means to make bread to bake bread.

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So food is bread.

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And in the language of the Banu Hashim pronunciation was the tribe of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the clan of the prophets of Allah said on the part of Quraysh they use the word foom for wheat,

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they use the word fool for wheat.

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And they would also use the word fool for any other grain from which bread could be baked.

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You have spelt bread today, you have so many different types of bread from different types of grains, right. So form can apply to any kind of grain from which bread can be made.

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So this is one meaning of the word fool the

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other side of the word foom is actually through.

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It is actually through with effect, which is used for garlic.

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So they said we want garlic, or we want bread.

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Why they see that and it's lentils are this is from the roof letters, I del C. And others is useful lentils toward adset, which is from the same root is used for a lens.

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And then

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just imagine glasses or lenses in their shape that look like lentils, right that lentils they look like them.

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So they said we want garlic, we want food. And we also want others and we also want we're buffering her and it's onion buffer is from the factory is bad for

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the farm.

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And masala literally means to strip the bark off of a tree

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to strip off the bark of a tree. So basically it gives meaning of feeling something.

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It gives the meaning of feeling something peeling a layer off of something.

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And the word buffer is used for onions. Because onions if you think of it, they're made of several layers. Right? So they said we're not satisfied with just one type of food. We want vegetables and cucumbers and garlic and lentils and onions and wheat.

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So basically what are they asking for

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a variety.

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They were being given quality.

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And they wanted quantity.

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The food that they were sent, it was much more delicious. It was much more nutritious. It was much more beneficial for them compared to what they were asking for.

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It's like for example, the person is given the option of a person who's given a very expensive car. And he's given a BMW or a Ferrari or Mercedes.

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And he says no, no, I don't want this. I want three cheap Fords for example. What is he doing?

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Is he going to enjoy his drive? Is he going to be able to drive faster

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even if he has quantity, even if he has more cars, so they wanted quantity, and they did not want quality.

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This is what they wanted.

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What it Musashi. Allah says color? He said Masada Sam replied, at esta de Luna, do you all seek to change the step

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by them? But Allah needs to change just as we read yesterday for about della, then he changed custody Luna is that you want that it should be changed. At first with the donor lady who were at dinner, do you wish Do you see to change that which is inferior? Do you wish to exchange that which is inferior?

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The word Athena is from newsletters. They're known Well, from the word the new and the word dinner was used for that which is less than

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that, which is lower, more inferior

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in its quality,

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the word dunya is from the same root Why?

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Because dunya is inferior and lesser compared to the

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dunya This world is lesser it is inferior compared to the hereafter.

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So, he said a test of the Luna lady who identify what is inferior referring to the foods that they were demanding villainy instead of that which who are higher that which is better, what is better man and Salwa.

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Now we see over here, that although all the food that they asked for, it is beneficial it is nutritious leafy greens, leafy vegetables are so good for you. Cucumber is full of water Good for you, bread, wheat grain, all of this stuff is good for you. But it is nothing compared to the food that they will be given from a loss and without a director.

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It was lesser in its quality compared to the food that they were being given by a loss.

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And notice over here, the responsive massage.

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This hands up this question. This is like a rebuke. So it is as if massage is scolding them is rebuking them? How can you do this? How could you take that which is inferior? Instead of that which is more superior?

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How could you prefer the inferior over that which is superior? What are you thinking? What are you asking for? What are you doing? He's making them think? Now the question is how is my answer better than what they asked for?

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in several ways.

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First of all, they were being given money and silver. And what is money?

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Honey, something sweet.

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And we know that honey is Shiva. In the Quran, we learn about honey being Shiva, it is a chore for people.

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Also, they were being given Salwa, which is some kind of bird meat protein. Right? So vegetables, if you think of it, they are important, but compared to rich protein and honey on it,

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compared to rich protein, and Honey, what's better?

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protein and honey, right

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there Shiva and there's also proteins in it.

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And also remember one of the meanings of man I told you was that according to some it refers to mushrooms, right? So maybe that was a part of it.

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So first of all, man and so what was better because what they were being given its quality wasn't it better.

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Also, man and Salah was better because man and Sawa were a loss of God's gift to them.

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A loss of God's gift to them. And Allah commanded them to eat of Manitoba kulu washoku.

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They were commanded to eat off man and Silva. And by eating manansala What were they doing?

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They were obeying Allah Subhana Allah. So just by eating that food, they were getting reward.

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Just by eating that food, they were getting reward. Just imagine eating food. You're getting rewarded for that.

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Another reason is that what Allah Subhana Allah gave them was indeed much better and also more delicious.

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It was more delicious. more tasty.

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Also has been said that for them to obtain the buccal and Krysta and form and others and bustle. They would have to do work in order to acquire that, isn't it?

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When we did the eyes of the motorcade, we studied about roughly how

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far farmers so much work they have to put in, isn't it? So they would have to undergo so much work so much hardship to acquire all of this food, but the food that I lost the planet on

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sending them it was coming to them prepared from before.

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If somebody says to you that I will give you food every day, you don't have to cook.

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And it's not freezer food. It's not storebought food. It's fresh. It's delicious. It's very nutritious. It's perfect for you. Wouldn't you like that?

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Those of you who are mothers who have to go home and cook for you have to cook before coming over here. If somebody gave you that offer, what would you take?

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You're like, Sure, why not, of course, bring it. I'd love that. Right? If somebody gives you food every single day, and you don't have to cook, and that food is also much better in its quality. In its nutritional value, obviously, that food is much better similarly, but Allah subhanaw taala given entailed no work or fatigue on their part, and what they were to get themselves required all of this. And also, if you think about it, the food that Allah subhanaw taala was sending to them. There was no question about its lawfulness or its purity. Right? There was no question about that. But anything that you buy from the store? Don't you have to think every time you have to look at

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ingredients, and there's always some risk involved.

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And it also shows rudeness on the part of the valley, Israel, they're being given food every single day, such good quality, nutritious food, and they say, No, we don't want this, we want something else. It's like somebody is offering you a very good car, BMW say, I don't want this, I want you know, something else.

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So it shows, you know, foolishness on the part of the person who's making such demands.

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Now, why was this wrong for the money Australia? Some of us may wonder that, you know, what's the harm? They will be given one answer every day. I mean, we get bored of eating the same food every day as well, isn't it? Of course we do.

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The thing is that bunny Australian, they had a particular purpose, and a focus.

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They had a particular purpose for which they were chosen. They were chosen to worship Allah, they were chosen to obey Allah, they were chosen to deliver the message of Allah.

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If they got busy in farming in tilling the land, in preparing the food, just busy with food, then what would happen? They would neglect their purpose,

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isn't it? So?

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Tell me, those of you who cook when you go into the kitchen, how long does it take you to prepare the food, if it's really nice, good food, to buy the food, prepare the food, serve the food, eat the food, clean up the mess afterwards, it takes a whole lot of time and energy from you. You have to think about it, you have to look for recipes. So many things you have to do to cook the food. So and when you get busy in such things, what happens is that you get distracted from your main purpose. So they were told, don't worry about food. Don't worry about water. Just worry about your main goal, your main purpose.

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For example, when you're having your exams or something, what do you want somebody else to cook for you?

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And you want to put all of your time and energy into studying. So this is what they were told. So it shows that their focus was somewhere else. They were not focused on the deal.

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They were still thinking about the dunya.

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So what did Mossad Islam say to them? He said it will Muslim. All of you get down to a city.

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The word veterans have the habit. We did the word booth earlier as well. Which literally needs to get down from above, to step down from above. And over here, it will miss one get down to a city. Why don't get down.

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Why is it get down? Why not go Why get down.

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It shows that when they asked for that which was inferior, they became inferior.

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When they asked for that which was inferior, they were also told to step down to become inferior.

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So they were told to misspell the word Miss is from the roof address mean sobre la and the word Miss is used for a city.

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But the word Miss is also used as a proper name of Egypt. Over here it does not mean Egypt just as the word Medina Medina is used for a city literally mean city, but it's also used for

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Medina Carnaby, right. So similarly, Mr is also used for city and must literally means to inhabit a city to build a city. psalmist is a city which is inhabited. Say people miss one. Go down to a city and notice the word misfortune. It ends with double fathead. Whenever a word ends with double fatigue gives the meaning of any

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Any city meeting whichever city it may be, for inilah comesa autumn. So indeed for you in that city is whatever you have asked for

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the denial that they had made, which was that we want all of these vegetables and foods,

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it did not necessarily require a two hour, which is why musasa did not make the offer, then,

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because all of these foods are very available in the US. You wouldn't find them in the desert, but you would find them in other places in cities. So therefore, why are you telling me to make them just go to any city and you'll find all of these foods over there.

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And it also shows that musasa is upset with him. He's angry with them, as if he's saying that there is no need to make to offer this.

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There is no need to make the offer this

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would be better align him, and it was struck upon them. What was struck upon them,

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a villa to the humiliation, while musconetcong and the poverty,

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humiliation and poverty was struck upon them. What does it mean by it was struck upon.

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You see, the word bar literally means to strike. It literally means to strike. But it also means to cover someone with something

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or to layer someone with something.

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For example, it is said Buddha to Dino Anil had her it is a wall, believer to Allah, meaning the wall was layered with mud. The Wall was layered with mud, what happens, the mud is stuck to the wall, it's not going to come off easily. So similarly, humiliation, and poverty was stuck to them. And it wouldn't come off from them.

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It was as if it was just in their fate. They couldn't get rid of it. But Elena medela took while wascana.

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Now what are these words Villa and muskan Villa is from then Lan Lan, and Villa is when someone is humiliated. When someone is small, in front of the other,

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when someone is suppressed by the other.

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And in particular the word Villa is used when a person brings humiliation upon himself.

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You see, one is that someone is small compared to the other,

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he is lesser compared to the other. For example, all of us we are small, in front of a loss.

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Right. But then left is when a person brings humility and disgrace upon himself by disobedience.

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When a person brings humiliation and disgrace upon himself how, by disobedience,

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so it is to become humiliated in front of someone

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so blurry, but

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they became small and humiliated and lonely in front of other people. Why? Because of their own sins, because of their disobedience. What else was stuck to them, one must connect and the poverty must connect is from the roof address, seen calf noon,

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seen calf noon.

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Second, literally means to become still. What does it mean? To become still to become stationary,

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do not move.

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And one must connect is used in several ways.

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For example, the word musca is used for poverty. Why? Because when a person is poor, he doesn't have the money to spend. He doesn't travel much. He doesn't go shopping much. He's just still

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he doesn't improve in his lifestyle. Right? So musca first of all is used for poverty.

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seminary The word muscarinic is also used for dependence on others. When a person is completely dependent on others,

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because when a person is dependent on others, he doesn't have the freedom to move around by his own will, isn't it?

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For example, if a person does not drive and he's dependent on others, can you just go around by his own will know he's dependent on others to take him around.

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So mackanin is also used for dependence on others.

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Then the word muscular is also used for lack of courage,

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lack of courage.

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When a person is a coward, he doesn't have courage.

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Because even that

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it doesn't give confidence to a person. A person does not take any challenges. He doesn't take any risks in his life.

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He just stays in his comfort zone,

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isn't it? He stays in his comfort zone. He doesn't take the extra step.

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So we're starting with the little mascara. What does he mean by my skin over here, poverty, dependence, as well as lack of courage. All of these things were as if imposed upon the industry. Why? Because of their disobedience. So what do we learn from this, that when a person chases the denier, when a person goes after the denier, what does he do?

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He brings humiliation upon himself.

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When his only aim and goal becomes this world, then he brings disgrace upon himself. Allah says love that. And they returned, because of him in a law with anger from Allah. That is from the new patrons back, well, Hamza,

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back well, Hamza, both, which means to return.

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So that Oh, they returned, they went back, both of them in Allah with anger from Allah. And that A, B, to return with. It means to end up with something.

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To end up with something you see the word better, it is followed by B. So it means to end up with something. So that will be a lot of them in a lot meaning they ended up with anger of Allah, what kind of anger is over?

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We studied this

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kind of anger is another

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such anger that turns into inflicting revenge or giving punishment.

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So rather than in a mob meaning, punishment from Allah,

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why is that? So? Allah says Delica, that is a number. The value over here does not just refer to their incurring the anger of a loved one themselves, or humiliation and disgrace being upon them. But it also refers to their asking for that which is inferior.

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They're asking for that which is inferior. So they asked for that which was inferior. they incur the Wrath of Allah upon themselves. Why? The unknown because indeed they can look for Allah vi Attila. They used to disbelieve in the verses of Allah, they used to deny the verses of Allah.

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Do you remember the two types of iron

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from the two types of iron, the first step of Ayah Kony, which are to do with the creation, right? And the second type of iron chittery, which are to do with revelation.

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So over here, I have this understood in both ways.

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And remember the word COVID? Yeah, Karuna is from COVID What is COVID? Me disbelief. Right. But the word COVID is also used for ingratitude.

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Remember, what COVID is also used for ingratitude.

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So over here, Yuk furuno. The Ayatollah is understood in two ways. First of all, it is understood as that yuck foreigner they used to deny they used to disbelieve in what did they deny?

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The Obama meaning the versus the revelation of Allah. When musasa brought the Torah to them, what did they say? What did they say? land new Mina laka Hatton or la hija. We're never going to believe in this until we see a lot openly. What is that? We're never going to believe what is that? This building. So this is because they would disbelieve in the verses of Allah. Secondly, we can understand this as that this is because they were ungrateful for the Ayat of Allah. And then the act is understood as if it are Kony. And it refers to all of these blessings that they will give you.

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In these verses we've been reading what is what is what is, and remember this paper, remember that favorite the clouds, the man and Salwa, the food, they're being saved. They're crossing the sea, the water, all of this is what I after Kony, so they were ungrateful for all of these blessings.

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They were ungrateful for mine and Salwa, which is why they asked for a variety of foods.

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Similarly, they were ungrateful, for the favor of a lot for having saved them, which is why when they enter the city, what did they do instead of saying hepper they said hinfo. Instead of entering with humility, they entered with arrogance with disobedience. So velyka be unknown ganache furuno big law

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and also what did they do?

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Well to Luna Nabina, belay didn't help and they used to kill the prophets without any way. yaku Luna is from Katana Katana, which means

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To kill, and the word and the begin is a burn of nebby. The word NaVi is understood to be from the root fetters known that well known by well,

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which is Nebula, which means an elevated place.

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So an AVI, a prophet is called an AVI why, because he has a very high status in the site and he has been chosen.

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It is also said that the word Navy is from the roof letters known bad Hamza, never known bad Hamza never, which means special news, important news.

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So nav is who maybe is someone who gives important news.

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So they used to kill the prophets of Allah without any rights. Without any right.

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You see over here versus without any right they would kill the prophets of Allah.

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Could killing a prophet of Allah ever be justified? No.

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But over here, loss has built right in half without any justification, without any justification whatsoever to show how wrong they were in their killing of the profits. And it is said that they didn't just kill one or two profits, they killed many prophets. They killed a career so

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they try to get a solicitor so why acuna beginner divided how.

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And why did they do that? Allah says vaniqa that what is radical referred to their disbelieving in the if they're killing the profits, that is the microphone because they would disobey, who to disobey among the messengers. They would disobey Allah, they would disobey the commands of Allah, and they would also disobey the Messenger of Allah.

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They were told enter the city, saying, Hey, what did they do? They said, hinfo they disobeyed?

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And the word are so isn't infectious. I thought yeah.

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I thought, yeah. mafia, disobedience receipient matsuya it means to leave the fold of obedience.

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What does it mean? To leave the fold of obedience? How does a person do that?

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How does a person do that?

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by not doing what he is commanded to do,

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by not doing what he is ordered to do. And it is also done by doing what a person is forbidden to do. Right. So Masia is to leave the fold of obedience. And that is done in two ways. How First of all, by not doing what a person is commanded to do. And secondly, by doing what a person is forbidden from doing.

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So that is because the disobeyed. Who did the disobey Allah

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the commands that Allah gave them, they didn't obey?

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What Allah forbade them from doing, they did those actions. What can we do and they also use to transgress the idea to do this from the root Fs? I am then while I in that, well, an heir to that is to cross the appropriate limits of something.

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What does it mean? It is to cross the appropriate limits of something. So what can we add on and they used to exceed they used to cross the limits, in what way in disobedience. They didn't just disobey. But they exceeded the proper bounds of disobedience even. They went into extremes of disobedience. For example, when they were told to say, say HIPPA, one is that a person doesn't say HIPAA, and the other is that a person does not say HIPAA, and he alters the word HIPAA into something else. What is that? That is extreme? That is extremely disobedience. So they didn't just disobey, but they also used to go to extremes in their disobedience.

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They would go into extremes when they were disciplined. And

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then Allah Subhana Allah says, In the next day, that in the Medina Avenue, indeed those people who have believed

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for those people who have believed

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alladhina amanu at the time of the prophets are among

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those who believe in the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So Allah Dena Allah who refers to the owner of the profit server,

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so in the Medina amanu, who else when Medina hottie as well as those people who became Jews,

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the word had, who is from the root letters have well, then

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it is from the roofers. How well then Heather yahudi Heather, you literally means data for disturb me. doba

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What is the need to repent? Right? And what's the literal meaning of the word over to start what a person is doing and go back?

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So Heather literally means to repent, to seek forgiveness. So why are the Jews called a Latina hairdo? Those who had to meaning those who taboo, those who repented?

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What did they repent from?

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What did they repent from?

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worshipping the cough,

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but to go in a very calm right.

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So alladhina haddow it refers to Jews, why? Because they repented from worshipping because

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also they said that they are called a Medina hairdo, because hairdo is from the word Yehuda.

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It is from the word Yehuda,

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who was the eldest son of your cooperation,

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who was yehudah, the eldest son of jacobellis,

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celerina hairdo, meaning those who call themselves yahoodi. Those who became Jews, those who were Jews, who does it refer to

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the oma off musala

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annalena Avenue refers to the owner of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and Medina had to refer to the owner of musasa

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as one the fara as well as the Christians, and the photo is the plural of NUS Ron.

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It is more or less Ron, from newsletters, noon solid rock,

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and the word no salon is used for a person who is a Christian.

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What does this word derive from?

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two meanings are given? First of all, it is said the word masala is derived from the word Musa. When am young Pharaoh What does it mean? Young Pharaoh they will be helped. So neutron means help.

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Why the communists are because they said they were the unsolvable.

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He said Hassan, he asked his disciples who was going to be my helper? And what did the disciples say? That we will be your helpers. So this is why they were called nesara.

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It is also said that the word nesara is derived from the word natural.

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It is derived from the word natural, which is Nazareth, the city of Nazareth where this land was formed. So that's why they call themselves Masonic.

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So in an arena ama, no one arena for more than a Sabra, the Christians, the followers of or those who are the believers in rifampicin. Moreover, Allah says we're Fabien and the Sapiens. Have you heard this word before?

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If you use

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the word Saba, he has a point of elektrobit.

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For the

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from the root letters for the Hamza

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the word Fabi is from Sabah and sababa literally means to leave. What does it mean to leave? Now, the Arabs, if any person left his original faith, if any person left his religion, they would call him a savage? Why?

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Because he left Saba means to leave, saw the one who leads What does he leave.

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He leaves his religion in the religion of his forefathers the religion of his parents, the religion of his family.

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So Sava is used for someone who has left his original religion and has adopted another one.

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The Americans, they would call the Muslims soybean as well.

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The people of Mecca, they would call the Muslim Serbian as well Why? Because they had left the religion of the forefathers and adopted a new religion.

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This is the literal meaning of the word slavery.

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It is often said that the word slavery is not an Arabic word.

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So you cannot say that it has a root. It's not an Arabic word. So you cannot say that it has a root.

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And the word Slavic is used for it's a term that is used for a particular people,

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which people are there, there is a difference of opinion.

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Some say that it refers to the believers in your heritage.

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It refers to those people who believed in your heritage.

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And it is said that they are still present today in Iraq, and they are called them Indians. And they're called savvy or sober by the locals.

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They're called the Mandaeans. And they're on 60 to 70,000 in a number, even today, when the ns ma

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And da da, and

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they're present in Iraq, and they're called Sabah or sabi by the locals.

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He said that sabihin are people who read the book,

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what is

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the book that was given to you?

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So there are people who read this award, but they worshiped the engines. What do they do? They worshipped the engine.

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Even Kathy said that they are the followers of your hairdresser.

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And in Abu hanifa, he considered them to be people of the book.

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Some consider them to be a subgroup of the People of the Book because people of the vaca who the Jews and the Christians, but they also include sabihin, along with them.

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So Allah says that in the Medina amanu, one Medina hairdo, one afara, wasabi, what about them?

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All of these groups, the owner of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, the owner of Masada said, I'm the owner of a restaurant owner.

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From all of these groups, man, I'm gonna be there, whoever believes in Allah, while Yeoman and he also believes in the last day, but moreover, he does one more thing. What is that? Well, I made a funny one, and he does righteous deeds. He also does righteous deeds. So what does it mean? That he doesn't just believe he doesn't just belong to a particular group, but he also does righteous deeds. There is a criteria that has been set over here. So such people follow him at your home for them their award is in their opinion, it is with their Lord. The word originates from the ruthlessness Hamza, Dream rock, and agile is used for a wage that is given for a work that a person does. You can

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say it's like, paycheck, a wage that a person is given for the work that he has done. So they will have their wage their award, in their opinion with their Lord, when we're in the hereafter. What are how fun are they him and there will be no fear upon them, whatever we are saying, nor will they agree, remember the meaning of health, it's fear about the future. And the word horizon is used for regrets, the sorrow the feeling of sadness that a person has, upon losing something Beloved, in the past, it's a feeling of regret.

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So what does this ayah tell us?

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One thing that we have to remember over here is that this ayah is not telling us what a man is.

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Because many times when people we decide to say, look, whoever believes in a line the last day that's it. So if any person believes in a line, the last That's enough, we will go to gender, but they forget the other parts of the Quran. You cannot just choose one ayah take it out of context and say, any person who believes in a line the last day, he is fine. This ayah is not describing what a man is.

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What this is telling us is that no matter what group a person belongs to, it doesn't matter. Unless and until he has the correct belief and he also does righteous deeds.

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No matter what group a person belongs to, it doesn't matter. condition is what what matters, the correct belief and righteous actions. Because of Bani Israel, they were very proud of their lineage of the fact that they were the children of the prophets. That Mashallah Islam was a prophet.

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Similarly, we Muslims are very proud of the fact that we belong to the Omar the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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and we forget about our actions.

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So this is telling us that okay, group is important, but more important than that is a man and righteous actions. And it also shows the justice of Allah subhanaw taala.

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In the previous verse, we studied about the end of the hood, that they ended up with the anger of a lot. humiliation, and poverty and mackanin all of these things were forced upon them. Why? Because of their own wrongdoing. But was everybody like that? No.

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All of the Bani Israel was not like that, which is why Allah says that whoever believes and does righteous deeds, even from among the vote, they will have no fear, no regret. What do we do? When we look at one bad aspect of one person we generalize, isn't it?

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But Allah subhanaw taala is just where the corruptor mentioned, the righteous or alternation, where the punishment for the corrupt is mentioned. The reward for the righteous is also mentioned.

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A loss of pantalla is just on

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says in the Quran, the army level the army men come in their current own sir, never will be allowed to be lost the work of any worker among you, whether male or female.

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So we learned when this ayah that salvation success is not achieved by just belonging to a particular group. It is not achieved by just belonging to a particular group. But rather, it is achieved how, by a man and woman,

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faith and action, both of them.

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Faith includes the actions are in particular, I mean, surely he also does good deeds, righteous deeds, and remember righteous deeds are those deeds, which are done sincerely for the sake of Allah. And they're also done according to the way of the Prophet ceremony, or according to the way that the particular people were prescribed to do so.

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Also, we learn from this ayah the reward for the man and action, the reward for faith and action, and what is that reward? Now, how often are they you will have

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no fear? Will there be abundant? Nor will there be any green?

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also look at the word edge? What is the word edge really useful?

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What is the meaning of the word edge?

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wage, right? Hey, when do you get it?

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After working?

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So I'm I've been there while I'm in Australia, if there's other than the person will get the wage.

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And also the Think of it when a person does something and he deserves a wage for the wage is guaranteed, isn't it?

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I mean, it's understood, if he's doing something he is going to get his pay. It would be unjust if he's not given a pay. Similarly, a person who believes and does righteous deeds, his reward is promised. It's an adjective.

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It is as if a life making it mandatory upon himself to give the edge just as it is mandatory for anyone to give the wage, do the work

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for him at home, in our opinion. That's the essence of recitation.

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said I'm already cold.