Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L014C

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Al-Baqarah 83-91 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 84-87


AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the history of the American military, including the first clause of the Bani Israel guarantee that no one will shed blood, the first clause of the Bani Israel operation, the second clause of the Bani Israel, the operation of killing people, and the history of abuse against people and the use of force in disputes. The segment also touches on the concept of "will" and the importance of supporting religious leaders and reaching out to others to avoid embarrassment and confusion. The transcript also discusses cultural and political topics, including the worship of the Lord and the worship of the beast, and provides examples and references to Jesus's actions and actions of followers.
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villainess, Jean Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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We were studying lesson number 14. So let's go to bacara number 84 to 91.

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What is 100 Anamika Cancun.

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And recall when we took your covenant, this was another covenant that was taken from the Bani Israel.

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And what was this mythique? Basically, it enjoined two clauses upon the Bani Israel. What was the first clause? Let us speak una de Morocco usually shall not shed your blood and what was the second class? Well, I took Regina and for second mean Dr. Rico and you shall not expel your own people from your homes. Let us speak already Welcome, this is from seeing fair calf sifaka which means to shed to cause something to flow and surf good done, which you see over here. Let us free kona deema calm flowing of blood is to cause bloodshed to kill. So, let us be qunar demand account meaning you will not shed the blood of people how? By killing them. Notice over here Allah says let us speak when a

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demand a comb your blood. What does it mean by your blood? Meaning the blood of your own. Have your own brothers because the oma and oma is like one body. And oma is like one body. So if one part of the oma if one person from the oma is killed unjustly, it is as if a person is killing himself. So let us speak una de Morocco, meaning you shall not kill your own people. So in other words, the Muslims of that time were forbidden from killing one another. This was the first clause. Secondly, Allah says one out of Regina and four second Mindy Erica. Regina is from hora hora de la to Regina you will not expel Who? And for second your own selves. Again, what does it mean by your own selves,

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your own people. Because when a person expelled another from the oma from his house, it is as if he is expanding himself because the oma is like one body. So let's have Regina and full circle mean the article. The word The head is a plural of death from the root letters, then well,

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and now is used for a house a home that all you do, literally means to go around. What does it mean, to go around to go around in circles? And then is used for a house? Because the house is what we go around in and about? Isn't it? The entire day people are in the house and what do they do? one place to the other to the other to the other. It's like you're going in circles. So laterally unit and full circle, I mean dare come you will not expel your own people from your homes. So killing your own people. That's understood. That's something that is wrong. But how come the second clause of the contract was that you will not expel your people from their homes? Why?

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Because sometimes evicting people from their houses, expelling people from their houses, is worse than killing them. When a person is killed, he's finished. But when a person is expelled from his house, from his belongings from his country, from his homeland, he is tortured more and more. He goes through much more difficulty, because it is as if he has to begin his life all over again, with nothing with him. So the Australian we're told, do not do these two things. Allah says sama Corrado, then you are acknowledged a curtain is blue feathers, off rah rah

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alpha, we did the word Mr. Khan, earlier, the place of state and Colorado literally is to become still or it is used for a place that is secure, a place that is fixed, that is appointed. And if koloff is to acknowledge something,

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what does it mean? To acknowledge something and to become firm upon it? God is about to become firm someplace. MasterCard is a place where a person is firm. So over here explore is that a person acknowledges something and he becomes firm upon it, that yes, this is what I believe in and this is what I will do. He agreed

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To do it.

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So Thelma Corrado, then after making this contract, what happened? You confirmed, you acknowledged. What does it mean by this, that you acknowledged. What it means by this is that you confirmed meaning you accepted the covenant, and you remained upon it for some time.

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You abided by the contract by the mythique. For some time, you acknowledged it, how, by your actions for a while.

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Well, Anthony, Joshua Dune, and you all bear witness, meaning you're going with this to the mythique.

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The shadowing is from Shane had from the word Shahada, which means to witness to testify. So what does it mean by this will encompass shadowing and you all bear witness? What it means by this is that you acknowledged the mythique while you were witnessing, it did not happen in your absence. Nor was it nullified. You bore witness to it, meaning you knew very well about it. It was something that you knew it wasn't done in your absence. It wasn't made and you had no awareness of it. No, you were aware of it. You acknowledged it. You said you were going to do it, and or anthem. Tasha, do you were aware of it?

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Also, it has been said that summer curato. What anthem, Tasha Dune, meaning you all abided by the contract, while you were witness? Do the contract mean that it was still in effect.

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So what happened then? What is this background about?

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Over here, these verses, they talk about this particular contract that was made with the bunny, Australia. And it wasn't just made with the earlier generations of the bunny in Australia. But it was in effect, up until the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and even after that,

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what were they not supposed to do? They were not supposed to kill each other, and they were not supposed to evict each other, they were not supposed to expel each other from their houses. Now, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. When he came to Medina, when he migrated to Medina, who was living over there,

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the Arabs as well as the Bani Israel, the three tribes have the gun industry. We know from history, that the Jewish tribes, when they came to the area of hijas, when they came to Arabia, they felt that the land of Medina, Medina yathrib, was the place where the last messenger was going to come. And therefore, they settled over there, waiting for him to come. Which is why we also learned about some manual piracy, how he travelled how he went from one place to the other. And eventually, when he came to Medina, as a slave, he stayed there. Why? Because he knew that this is the place where the last messenger is going to come. Because that was the description that they found in their

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books. So there were some tribes of the Jews of the many Australian who were living over there. Now remember that the Arabs, they had a tribal system, right? You have to belong to a tribe, or you were nothing. You had to have the protection of a particular trend.

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And sometimes what the tribes will do is that they would form alliances, meaning one tribe would join another tribe, and they would say whatever happens to you happens to me, if you go to battle, I go to battle with you. If you suffer anything, I suffer that with you. If you benefit from anything, I benefit that with you. So when they would when the bunny Australia when they settled in Medina, there were two Arab tribes who lived in Medina.

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And these two Arab tribes were close and has rich owes and has rich. Now Apparently, they are who the Bani Israel they were one different community. But what they had done was that they had disunity amongst each other. And due to political reasons, instead of being together, they allied with the Arab tribes. Instead of being together instead of staying together, what did they do? They allied with the Arab tribes. So what happened was that two tribes of the Bani Israel, which were Vanunu lead and binocular Eva, they allied with us.

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They allied with with us. And on the other hand, a new kind of car, which was another travel to Australia, what did they do? They allied with and hurstbridge. What did that mean? If there was a battle between Raj and OHS? What would that mean? burn a lead and by no kurita who would the fight against when

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Takenaka, right? So in other words, the Bani Israel by making such deals with the other people because of political reasons what were they doing? They were fighting against each other.

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And there were several occasions when you know skirmishes took place. And because of which the Bani Israel they fought against each other simply because of the allegiance that they had with the certain Arab tribes. There was a particular war five years before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to Medina. And this was the war of birth.

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And this was a very huge battle in which there was a lot of bloodshed. And this battle took place between us and has lunch. And obviously, because Elson hazard was fighting the Bani Israel being their allies, they also fought against each other, they joined in the war. And then the hood also, they fought against one another.

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In this battle, the believers of that time killed the other believers. Why? Because of political reasons, because of their allegiance. And they indulge in what Allah subhanaw taala had forbidden them to do. So

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they killed each other, they fought against each other. And in that process, they also exiled each other. Why? Because they were allies, with the Arabs, the most shocking.

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And whatever your ally does, you have to do that.

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So just because I was was fighting against their tribe, they fought against each other.

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So over here, Allah says, Soma anthem, then you all, how old? Are these people? Who, what does it mean by this? So meaning after making the contract, after saying that you were going to do it, after the fact that it was still in effect, the contract was still in effect. What did you do? until you are who does you all refer to the money sign at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam?

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How would I are these people? Remember the word what would that is used for these? And Allah is used for those.

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So what does it mean by filmer? And to have a meaning then, here you are the same ones rule? And what are you doing? Dakota Luna and full circle? You are killing your own people. You're killing your own selves? How? By fighting each other in battle, by killing each other in battle. And also, what else were you doing? What do you do in Africa, and you're also expelling a group of men come from a monkey,

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because they expel some of them from Medina as well. So you're fighting against each other, and you're expelling each other, from your land, mainly adding him from their homes. And this is what they were forbidden from doing.

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And in this process, what were they doing when they were fighting against each other? When they were expanding each other? What were they doing? Allah says de la Haruna and alien, Bill if me well are the one

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assisting against each other with the sin and the aggression? What does it mean by this? The word de la Haruna is from LA, her bra. It is from the fetters what her love and love is used for the back of a person. What is the back

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the wall who is to backup one another? What is the love of me to backup one another, to help one another? to cooperate with each other?

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So over here, law says the law Haruna I lay him You are cooperating with who? With your allies, even though they're not believers, against to

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Allah him against them, then refers to your own people whom you have killed, and whom you have expelled.

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You are cooperating with with others, with non believers, against you, against the believers. And when you're doing this, what are you doing? Believe me when earth when you're committing sin, and you're also committing injustice.

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The word isn't is from the root letters Hamza, that mean? and Islam is used for a sin. What is Islam sin. And basically it is the state in which a person is not inclined to doing anything that is good.

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He isn't motivated to do anything good.

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from the same root as the word Thema which is used for a she camel who can walk fast but

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deliberately walk slow. She's not interested in walking fast. So Isn't this the state of not being interested in good? The when a person is not interested in doing that, which is good, what does he do

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it so this so isn't sin and or the one or the one is through letters I ended well, from the same route as I do. That is an enemy. cert with one is enmity, aggression, hostility.

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Remember that there is a difference between Islam and earth one. Islam is an act that is done in disobedience to a boss.

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What is isn't

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an act that is done in disobedience to a loss of anger.

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So for example, over here, what were they doing, when they were killing each other? When they were expelling each other from their houses? What were they doing this because Allah subhanaw taala had taken a promise from them, that you're not going to get each other, and you're not going to expect each other.

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So this is what if Miss, with regards to a loss.

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And the other one is, enmity or injustice, oppression against the people.

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What is it

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oppression against the people? So basically, are the one is Islam and injustice? What is the third one? disobedience to Allah, and at the same time, being unjust towards others being unjust towards others.

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For example, if a person drinks alcohol, what is he doing? What is that action? Is Right? It's a sin. If a person killed another, what is that? That's two things. He is disobeying Allah, and he is also being unjust towards the creation of Allah. So over here, Allah says that you were assisting other people against your own How? By disobeying Allah, and also by being unjust towards others.

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So this action that they did, this included disobedience to Allah, and also aggression against mankind against their own people.

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Then Allah says, what he Dooku Salva and if they came to you as prisoners yet to is from Hamza Daya, if they came to you as prisoners, who does they refer to the Bani Israel but the tribe of the Bani Israel whom you were fighting against?

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Okay? Because remember that, in Arabia, whenever people used to have battles, which ever group would be victorious on the other, what they would do is that the defeated army, mostly the people who were caught, they were taken as prisoners, or they were turned into slaves

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or they were killed. Okay. So there were several things that could be done with the defeated on.

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Either they were taken as prisoners, or they were killed, or they returned into slaves or other things that were done.

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Over here, what is mentioned in particular is that if the Bani Israel you whom you are fighting against, and you are victorious over, if they are taken as captives, captives of war, prisoners of war, your own brothers just belonging to a different tribe, but you were fighting against them because of political reasons. If they come to you as prisoners, what do you do to fight? Do you rent from them?

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you rent from them?

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Are you getting a dude at the picture? They weren't supposed to fight them in the first place. Now, when they fought them, they defeated them. Why? Because they were allies with the Arab tribes. And when they defeated their own people, what would they do? When they would come to them as prisoners, they would rent them.

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The word SRO is the plural of the word acies. From the root letters, Hamza seen, and a C is used for a prisoner or a captain. And the work to do is from the root letters fer than yet. The word fadia is from the same root. What is

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the price or the fine that a person gives in order to get something else in return?

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So for example, Vidya is to give a fine and release the prisoner, free the prisoner.

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So if they come to you as prisoners, what do you do? You deliver them from captivity? Well, who am I how am I gonna lay them in Harajuku? Well, the fact is that there is

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Large expelling them was forbidden upon you in the first place. Why did you expel them? Why did you fight against them? You shouldn't have been doing that in the first place.

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The word mahalo is from the new treasures hell brought me the word How long is from the same root what is that what is forbidden

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moharram is an act or something that is forbidden. So, it was forbidden upon you. What was forbidden upon you if Rajon their expulsion is what is from the same root letters as the original call regime. So what Who am I how Ramana alikum ecology come in the first place, expelling them from their homes was something that is forbidden upon you.

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So we see over here, that the Bani Israel, they were told not to do two things. What were they that they weren't supposed to kill each other? And secondly, they weren't supposed to expand each other from their homes. What did they do? Five years ago, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam came to Medina. There was a battle between us and has rich. They join their allies out and hazards and what did they do? In this process? They fought against their own people due to political reasons. When they fought against each other, what happened? They killed the believers, the Muslims, meaning the Muslims of that particular time, the Bani Israel. And also what did they do? They expelled some of them from

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Medina. And then when they were brought as prisoners, what did they do? They rent something. They freed them.

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And it said that otherwise, they were also commanded to do two other things, the Bani Israel. They were commanded to do two other things which weren't specifically mentioned in this visa, but they were commanded to do them. What were they? First of all, that they weren't supposed to cooperate with others against each other.

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They weren't supposed to cooperate with somebody else against other believers just because of political reasons. They weren't supposed to help others against the believers.

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Another thing that they were commanded to do was that if one of them was caught as a prisoner of war, what were they supposed to do? They were supposed to freedom.

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So we see over here, that they were forbidden from doing some things. And they were commanded to do some things. What did they do? What did they do?

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They did what they wanted to do.

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When they wanted to go against the rules. They did that.

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When Allah subhanaw taala told them do not fight against each other, what did they do? They fought against each other. When they were told not to expel each other, what did they do? They expelled each other. When they were told not to cooperate with others, against your own people. What did they do? They did so. And when they were told, ransom your people, what did they do? They ran something.

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So we see that three commands, they're not obeying, and one command, they're obeying.

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So we save the money, Israel, what did they do? They violated the mytho completely. But instead, they implemented other teachings of the book.

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It is said that after this particular battle, the religious leaders, the scholars of the Bani Israel, they got together, they refer to the Torah. And they said that we have to free our brothers who are captives. They said that we have to free our brothers who were captains. When they were asked, Why do you fight them? And then pay the ransom later on?

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Because the Arabs also they would wonder what are these people doing? They're fighting against their own tribes, the bunnies Australia, and when they brought us captives, the freedom. So when they're asked, Why do you fight them and pay the ransom? They would reply, because we have been commanded to answer when you were also commanded not to fight. But they would say, because we have been commanded to ransom.

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And then they will be asked, so why do you find them then? And they will reply, for fear that our allies will be humiliated, for fear that our allies will be humiliated. So we have to support those, we have to support the husbands. And there may be different forms of ocean husbands, you know, after that particular time, but we have to support them because we're afraid that our allies will be humiliated and if they're humiliated, we will be humiliated. This is what they did.

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Now, the question is that why did they go against some commands, and they followed other commands, one command in particular that they followed

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Was that they freed the captives, why?

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They followed what suited them, and what was in their best interest. Why else

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so that they can be seen by others, and they can be praised by others that look, we're so kind hearted, that we are freeing our own people. We're collecting all of these funds. We're raising money. We're collecting funds, to free our own people. We are so well wishes, we feel so much for the captives, we are collecting money for them. So whichever actions brought them fame, brought them glory, brought them praise of people that did those actions.

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And if there was anything that they were not allowed to do, and doing that brought them fame, they would do it.

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For example, they were told not to fight against each other. Right? But they fought against each other, why out of fear that their allies would be humiliated, which would result in their humiliation. So they would go against such comments. So over here, we see a contradiction that they are following some commands, and not following other comments. Allah subhanaw taala questions to me know about him kita then do you believe in some part of the book, what octoroon about. And you disbelieve, in some, you deny some

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remember, he man is not just about believing. It's about acting upon what a person believes in. So over here, even if they were saying we believe in the entire total, but when they went against some of the commands, what does Allah say? Do you believe in some commands, and you just believe in others? Do you believe in part of the book, and you disbelieve in another part of the book? So what do we learn from this?

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What do we learn from this part of the air? Do you believe in some of the book and do not believe in the rest of the book, the entire book, all of the components must be followed.

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Because the person who only follows some, and he does not follow others, he is not actually following the laws. He's not actually obeying the law. What is he actually doing? He's actually following his desires. Because whatever suits him, he does whatever it doesn't suit him. He doesn't do it.

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So who is he actually a slave of Allah subhanaw taala. He's actually a slave of his designs. So similarly, when we are studying the Quran, we're not allowed to just choose and pick Okay, this suits me, I'll do it this, I don't like it, I won't do it. No. event in the entire book means that a person follows the entire book.

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What is the outcome of a person who does that? That he just chooses and picks whatever he likes? And he leaves whatever he does not like? What's the outcome?

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Allah says for marriages that will mean yes or no daddy Come in Come, then what should be the reward of a person who does that among you from their

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mouth over here is understood in two ways. First of all, my is understood as is defined as question meaning, what should be the result of a person who does that except for such and such? Isn't it clear that such a person deserves this recompense? Secondly, marriage is understood as nafion. For negation, given the meaning of not for managers, who may have alluded to come in come, then the recompense of the person who does or among you, is nothing in life is you except humiliation. You understand the two ways of understanding what should be the recompense of a person who does that except for humiliation. Is there any other recompense he deserves? No.

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The other way of understanding this is then there is no recompense for a person who does that. Except humiliation. Because you were filled higher to dounia in the life of this world. The word his Yoon, is from the roof letters. Are they Yeah. for that? Yeah. And he is such humiliation. That is a cause of embarrassment for the person. Such humiliation that is the cause of embarrassment for a person.

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It is humiliation in which a person's faults are exposed.

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A person's weak points, a person's negative points, a person's weaknesses, a person's faults, they're exposed. And when they're exposed, obviously, the person is humiliated.

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So a person who only follows his desires. What is his result? humiliation will hire the denier in the life of this world and on the day

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Judgment we owe Wilkie Amity and on the Day of Resurrection, what's going to happen? You are doing it in a shed they are there, they will be returned to the most intense punishment. The word lpm is one of the names of the Day of Judgment. And it is from the root letters off well me

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this route letters off well meme karma Yakumo which means this time, the AMA standing,

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why is the day of judgment call the day upstanding? Why is it called Yeoman piano?

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Because on that day, the entire mankind is going to stand before a loss

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yoma yokomen NASA literally

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the entire mankind is going to stand before us.

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For what, for seven years or

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so secondly, video judgment is called gamma Why? Because it is the day when the witnesses will also stand. It is the day when the witnesses will stand yokomen Rashad also is called yarmulke gamma, because I do justice will be made to stand meaning will be established on that day.

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So this is why the Day of Judgment is called Jacobian.

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So a person who does that his recompense is what? First of all humiliation in the dunya. Secondly, on the day of judgment, they will be returned your aduna is from raw data that are and what is to send something back. So they will be returned to the most severe form of punishment.

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What does that mean by this, they will be returned to the most severe form of punishment.

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In the dunya, there are suffering from what is you humiliation, and upon death, they are sent to the most severe form of punishment, which is the hellfire.

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Allah says Roman law will be laughing. And Allah is not at all unaware, I'm not alone, from what you do, meaning he is very well aware of your actions.

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Many times we think that we can do whatever we want. It's okay. It's not a big deal. But the reality is that Allah soprano data is watching every action of ours, and he is going to give us recompense for it.

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Such people Allah says Allah, aka those who does those refer to those who make the covenant, and they break the covenant. Those who do some, and leave some those who just follow their desires when it comes to the dean.

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They are alladhina those who estado will hire the dunya will after they have purchased the life of this world instead of the hereafter.

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estado, it means to buy and sell at the same time. And it gives meaning of preferring one over the other.

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So what have they taken? What have they given preference to

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a higher the dunya? The life of this world?

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And what is the price that they have paid?

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because in this dunya, what did they want? What did they want?

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Glory, fame, praise of people. They wanted their ad eyes to be successful. So this is referring to dounia. And what is it that they're paying for it? After? The dean

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of the question is, why is it that a person accepts some commands? And he doesn't accept other comments? Why is it? Because we see that not just in the bunnies, right? But also amongst us Muslims amongst ourselves. Sometimes we say okay, fine, I'll do this. But when it comes to other comments, no, no way. I'm not going to do this. Why? What's the reason?

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We're selfish, we want all of our desires, all of our wishes to be fulfilled. We don't want to suffer any loss when it comes to the NEA. So basically, what we learned from this ayah is that each dollar will hire the dunya will ask you, what is it that they're preferring life of dunya over the earth?

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So what is it that makes a person take some commands and leave other commands? It's the love of the year.

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It's the love of this world.

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It's the importance that a person gives to this dunya and he does not give to the author of Allah tells us in the Quran bowl to thirunal, higher to dunya. Rather, you prefer the life of this world.

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So we learn again, that the love of dunya is something dangerous. It is something dangerous. It takes

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A person to taking some commands and leaving other comments.

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We learned another lesson from this ayah, that disobeying Allah subhanaw. taala does not get you what you want.

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If we think that by disobeying Allah, we will attain our goals, we're not going to attain our goals. they disobeyed a loss of penalty. Why? Out of fear of humiliation?

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And what was the punishment they got for disobeying the law?

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What was the punishment they got for disobeying Allah? humiliation?

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What did they say? We fear that our allies will be humiliated. What does Allah say? What punishment do they deserve except his human? humiliation?

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So remember, that if we think that by disobeying Allah subhanaw, taala, we'll get something, we're not actually going to get it. And even if we do get it, how long are we going to enjoy it?

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for a very short time.

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Allah says, follow her for anumana either. So therefore, the punishment is not going to be lightened from them. Whenever you in sorrow, nor will they be helped

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you her foot is from the newsletters, how fair? fair?

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Fair, fair, the thief

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and the thief is to lighten a burden.

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What does it mean, to lighten a burden to reduce a burden.

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And this is done in the tangible sense as well as the intangible sense. tangible sense, for example, a person is carrying heavy grocery bags, the fevers, that you go take two bags from them so that their burden is reduced. What they're carrying is reduced in the tangible sense, in the intangible sense. For example, a person has a whole lot of responsibility upon himself, he has to do a lot of work, what is the fifth, that she takes some work away from them so that they have less to do

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so we see that the fifth is done physically, as well as otherwise.

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Over here, law says that the punishment is not going to be reduced.

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The thief is not going to be done of the punishment. But doesn't mean by that.

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It is not going to be reduced in its length. It's not going to be reduced in its intensity,

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in its harm, the way it's going to torture them. It's not going to reduce in any way whatsoever.

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Whatever means our own, nor will they be helped at all.

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from noon, sodra and NASA is to help someone out of a problem. So they will not be helped. Meaning nobody's going to come and take them out of the punishment. Nobody's going to come and take them out of the humiliation that they're suffering.

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We learn from sort of deserve it number 77. That the people of Hellfire they will say whenever they hear Malika Jacobi or Elena or book caller in a combat zone, and they will call out all Malik Malik is the name of the angel was the guardian of hellfire. So they will say Oh, Malik Letcher Lord, put an end to us. He should exterminate us we have suffered enough punishment that said we should be just finished. He will say indeed you will remain there you have one whom will either the length is not going to be reduced. The punishment, the intensity of the punishment is also not going to be reduced. We learn from sort of laughter I have 49 Wakanda Latina fan, Mary Lee has an 80 Johanna

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oduro back home, you have a young woman and either

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and those in the fire will say to the keepers of hell, supplicate your Lord, to lighten for us a day from the punishment. Just one day from the punishment should be reduced. But what will they be told?

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kalu they will say our lamb Takata Tikka Masala condemned by the net? Did they're not come to your messengers with clear proofs

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or lubaina they will say yes or no further, they will say then supplicate yourself make the art yourselves will not do our own craft in a laugh Ebola. But the application of the disbelievers is not accept in error.

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So what do we learn from these verses? That the punishment of the Hellfire is neither going to come to an end for such people? Nor is it going to be reduced in any way?

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For who? For those who just follow what they want, and who leave what they want.

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who follow their desires when it comes to the deen they don't follow the commands of Allah. But they're actually

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Following their desires,

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if there is a command, which benefits them, they will follow it.

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If there is a command in which they see some harm, they don't do it.

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So on the apparent they're displaying themselves as followers of the D, but they're not actually following this entity.

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This is a deception. And for deception, there's severe consequences.

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And it shows how severe the punishment is going to be because nobody asks for that, until and unless they're very miserable.

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So what lessons do we learn from these verses that we have studied about this mishap that was taken from Bani Israel?

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The first thing we learned is that shedding blood killing others is a great crime in the cycle of loss,

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the Bani Israel were made to promise you will not kill one another.

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Why? Because it is a great crime.

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This covenant was taken from the Bani Israel and it was not just for them.

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Even for us, we were forbidden from getting people without great

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insight of Nyssa I never 93 Allah subhanaw taala says we're maniacally Minh and mata ammidon fidessa. Ooh, Johanna, Khalid and Fie her will leave Allahu alayhi wa Narayana, who are the who are the urban of Lima. Whoever kills a believer intentionally. His recompense is hell were in he will abide eternity. And Allah has become angry with him, and has cursed him and has prepared for him a great punishment.

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For who,

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for a person who has taken the lives of other people in his hand.

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For a person who is taking the lives of other people in his hand, who kills other people without any rate, it is forbidden. It is forbidden to kill others.

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We learn from the famous sermon that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam gave, at handwritten with our which was the largest gathering. He said that all people, verily your blood and property are sacred to one another.

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Your blood and your property are sacred to one another, until you meet your Lord meaning until you die.

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Just as the sanctity of this day of yours, just as the sacredness of this day of yours, because it was the days of Hajj was a very sacred day. So many things people are not allowed to do cutting their hair, you know, wearing normal clothes, people are not allowed to do that. So similarly, your blood and property is forbidden on you, meaning you cannot kill other people without right.

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So he said, like the sanctity of this layer of yours, in this month of yours and in this city of yours. Verily you will meet your Lord and He will ask you about your actions, and I have indeed conveyed

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so the first thing we learn is that shedding blood is a great crime.

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Another lesson we learned is that expanding people from their homes is also forbidden.

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expelling people from their homes is also forbidden.

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The scholars have said that sometimes it is worse than killing to expel people from their houses expelling people from their houses is worse than killing them.

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Also, we learn from these verses that in oma is like one body.

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You cannot disconnect yourself from the rest of the oma.

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You can't say okay, it's not me. It's them. No, it's you as well.

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So an oma is like one body.

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Also, we learned from these verses that freeing the captives is something that the believers must do.

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Freeing captive is something that the believers must

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also learn from these verses. That denying one part of the *tier denying one part of the deen is equivalent to denying the entirety

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denying just one part of the deen this believing in one part of that is equivalent to denying the entire Deen Why?

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Because Allah says Allah taught me noona be validly Tell me what up for una vivo for Nigeria woman Yes or No daddy Come in Come Illa his youthful high academia and on the Day of Judgment, severe punishment which is not going to be finished which is not going to be reduced in any way whatsoever.

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So what can we learn from that?

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that a person just believes in some disbelieves in some where is he ending up?

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punishment in the hellfire.

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So it is as though he has

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The entire religion.

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We learned from history, the Abubakar of Iran who during his Caliphate, what happened there were some people who refuse to pay zakat.

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One part of the deen

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they refuse to do, what did he do?

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What did he do? He fought against them.

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He said you have to

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because you cannot just take part of the package, you have to take the entire package. And this shows how serious the person is with something.

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Also, we learn from these verses that when people they just pick and choose when it comes to Dean, they suffer humiliation in this world.

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One of the causes of suffering humiliation in this world is not taking the dean seriously.

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Following some commands and leaving other comments, this brings humiliation

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and if we as a Muslim oma, we suffer from humiliation today we should look at what we do with our Deen

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Are we really following the entirety? Or are we taking the some part of the deen and leaving other parts of the body?

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We have to check ourselves at the individual level as well as at the level of an entire society.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala says one or the Athena Muslim fitter, and certainly we gave Musashi salon the kita which he thought was given to us our listener that over so musasa was given the dollar y for the guidance of when he is ready.

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And after Messiah Salaam was gone after he passed away What happened? Allah says waka Faina mimbar de the Rasul. And we sent in succession after him with many messengers, Athena, Athena is from the roof letters of fare well, off Farewell, often

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and often is used for the spine. What is it, the spine? If you look at the backbone, there are several bones, right? That are joined one with the other, one after the other. So affair is to go after someone to walk behind someone to follow the footsteps of someone. What does it mean to follow the footsteps of someone. And in particular, this is when several people or several things, they come in succession one after the other, without there being any gap between two.

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There is absolutely no gap between the two. For example, your backbone, if there is a slip disc, or just one part of the spine, it breaks or if it's dislocated, what happens the spine doesn't function properly. Right. So offer is when one thing follows the other one things come in succession, consecutively, without there being any gap in the middle.

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Over here Allah says that Athena, we sent in succession mimbar D after him after he after musar dissonant who did we send in succession after him of whistle, messengers of what sort of the plural of Russell? So what does he mean by this?

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That after musasa then, in his footsteps, we sent many messengers, one messenger after the other continuously, without there ever being a time that the Bani Israel did not have a messenger. There was always some messenger.

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We see that many times. There were multiple messengers. For example, at the time of the courier lesson, there was a career lesson. You hear this or this and I'm there at the same time. They would listen I'm sorry, man, or a sudden, so many messengers were sent to them, one after the other. What does that show

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that the Bani Israel we're not just left with a book.

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messengers were sent to them to guide them.

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The Muslim woman today, what do we have? The book? We have the knowledge. We have Muslim leaders. But those Muslim leaders are not messengers. They're not in direct communication with the last Pentagon.

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But the leaders of the bunnies, right you they were messengers. They were guided by a loss of prime time.

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What are they not and we gave Isa reciting Santa who was the resounding Santa Imodium son of Miriam. But is anybody's he started a salon. He was a son of Maria, who was Marian his

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Mother, Teresa sanim did not have a father.

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Now, recently Salam was one of the messengers who were sent to the ministry, wasn't it? Right? How can we as mentioned separately over here,

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why is he mentioned separately over here? For two reasons. One, to show that he was a very special messenger.

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He was not only a messenger, he was also a miracle. He was born without a father.

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So firstly, to show that he was a special messenger.

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Secondly, also he has been mentioned separately over here because he was the last messenger who was sent to the Bani Israel.

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After he started Sudan, there was a very long gap.

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And then finally, Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was sent as a messenger.

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So over here, Allah says we give the kita to Masada Sunnah, after musasa. We sent messengers one after the other, to the point that there was no time in which you didn't have a messenger and then finally, resigned Islam was sent as a messenger and you were sent with what with albena

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we gave him clear science, but you know the support of the word beginner from the root letter is bad yet no,

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it is from the roof is bad. Yeah, no.

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Bi n is used for clear speech. What is the enemy tear speech and by Gina, which is a singular by unit is that which is clear in itself, what is the unit, that which is clear in itself. And what by unit is also used for something that is presented as an evidence, something that is presented as an evidence as a proof. So beginner is a clear evidence, a clear proof, a proof and evidence that clarifies the concept

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that clarifies the confusion, that clarifies all doubts. So what were the V net that were given to a certain segment?

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Two types. First of all, should it

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be your net meaning if that were the unit that will shatter you? So for example, he was given the engine.

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Secondly, Konya,

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miracle that he was given miracles that he performed. And why are these called by unit, because they clarified their proved his truthfulness, as the Messenger of Allah.

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When they were shown to people, it was very obvious that he was not a liar, that he was indeed, a messenger of Allah. Now, which miracles was he given? We learned into that idea in one eye number 49. I was trying to assess what a Solon 11 he is for any other can be it never become a messenger to the children of Israel, who will say that, indeed, I have come to you with a sign from your Lord. What is that sign that I designed for you from clay, that which is like the form of a bird,

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you would literally make a bird from clay, and then I breathe into it, and it becomes a bird by the permission of Allah.

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This was a miracle that was given to us. He would literally make a bird from clay, and he would blow into it, and it would fly off just like a real bird.

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Similarly, the AI continues, and I cure the blind, people who were born blind, he would cure them and they were able to see similarly, the leper, people who had leprosy who would cure them, and I give life to the dead, all by the permission of Allah.

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Similarly, other miracles that were given to him, and I inform you of what you eat, wherever people had eaten ecotel them this is what you ate for breakfast is what you eat and dinner. This is what you had yesterday. And what you store in your houses, this is what you have in your pantry in your kitchen. So he could also do that. This was what all of this was the baking ads that were given to inside the center.

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Then Allah says what a year the now who, and we strengthen him bureau headquarters with the pure spirit.

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And Yelena is from the new Tetris Hamza. Yeah, that

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and that, yeah, that a year.

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Eight means strength. What is add strength

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and a mother is to help someone to strengthen someone to support someone

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to help someone else

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In a way as to strengthen them,

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because one is that somebody is doing their work and they're not able to do it, you say don't do it, I'll do it myself.

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And the other is that you say, I will help you. I will add to your strength so that you can do the work.

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So I get to know who we strengthen him. We helped him who is our listener, meaning Isa listener was assisted in his mission by who? By roofing kudos, bro, Israeli roofers. Oh, well, her and his spirit and a Goddess is a little better off than seen, we have done the word naka de sola puts, which means that which is your

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so what does it mean by ruha produce?

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Now, hopefully this has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said that rule Fukuda's refers to rule of reciting Islam,

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that we helped him how, with a spirit with a law, that was very close, meaning that was pure,

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a las panatela gave him a soul that was pure, what does he mean by that?

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That he would incline to doing that which is good only, he would not be interested in doing that which was wrong.

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Because see, for every person, there is the inclination to do good. And there is the inclination to do bad. There is a good side, and there's a bad side. a side hustle was only given the good side, he was given the route that was pure fire per

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second, it has been said that we have put this over here first to engine.

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What does it refer to engine? What was in the book that was given to us in

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an NGO, the book The Scripture is called Rosh, that is pure.

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Why is the scripture called root?

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Why is scripture called Who?

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Because just as it is essential for a person to have root in order to live similarly in his Deen, the root of the deen is the Scripture,

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which is why the Koran is also called root

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instead of the Shura is number 52. We learn what gallica ohana alayka, Muhammad emelina.

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And likewise, we have revealed to you a rule from us refers to the Quran.

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So, first meaning of Luca is the soul of recycling center. The second meaning of local Goddess is the NGO. And thirdly, which is the strongest opinion is that refer to this refers to Angel gibreel.

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Because Angel Gabriel has been called goddess at several places in the Quran, and also otherwise.

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For example, in the Quran, we learned sort of the national I never 102 Allah says Allah, Allah who will produce an Arabic say that it is the pure spirit meaning Judea, who has brought this Koran down upon your heart. So what is looking for this interview? Similarly, the prophets are allowed to settle we prayed for her son been one of the companions that Allahumma

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Allah help him with this meeting help him with Debian have gibreel help him.

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So we learn that others meaning Angel jabril was appointed to help restart So

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what was the help? That is a lesson I was given through Angel debris.

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It was a different types. First of all, it is said that the angel who would accompany restarting Sam wherever he would go. He would assist him. He would help him because he found a salon suffered a lot of opposition. A lot of opposition. This was a prophet said a lot of them also suffered opposition. Many times when people had planned to kill him to assassinate him. Like for example, once a group of people they had decided that while the profits that Alonso was returning against a wall, they would go up and throw a huge boulder huge rock upon him so that he would die. What happened? The energy bill came and told him leave from here.

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So similarly, he cited Sam suffered from a lot of opposition and the angel Gabriel went with him everywhere in order to assist him in order to support him.

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Also, the energy bill helped him how by giving him proofs by helping him when it came to arguments. Also the energy real helped him how by lifting him up to the heavens.

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So over here, lots of panel data tells him that we did not leave you alone. We gave you the book. We sent messengers. Finally we sent it restarted center hub

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got such clear miracles, clear evidences that he was indeed the messenger. But what was your reaction? What did you do? Did you believe? Did you follow? No, a lot of questions then, if a consumer did then whenever Jakob rosulip a messenger came to you, with what vema with that which left her and prusa calm your heart did not desire yourself did not desire, meaning every time a messenger brought you something that you did not like, letter and physical.

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That was in the root letters how well yeah, and how is used for desire. So whatever your hearts did not like, whatever you did not desire, meaning if there was any teaching, that was against your desires, what did you do is talk about them, you became arrogant. Is that bottom is from Casper. What was their arrogance? What was their arrogance? That they did not accept the command? They did not follow the command. Why? Because they didn't like it. As a result, what did they do for for your console or group for you? It's from the fighters fell off

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a group of the messengers What did you do with them conductor, unite the conductor is from cafta and remember that it is to call someone a liar. So a group of the messengers you call them liars, for example, the call to resign Assam a liar, they didn't believe in him, didn't follow him. And with other messengers, they went to the extreme of warfare you can go to the moon

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and a group of messengers, you went to the extent of killing them. For example, they killed the QDR listener, they killed your hearing.

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So we see over here that every time the messengers drop them something that they did not like, what did they do?

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Either they call them liars, or they went to the extent of giving them

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