Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L014D

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

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And we did certainly give Musashi Salaam, the book, worker finance member ID build was soon and followed up after him with messengers. We learned from this idea that the bunny is Australian. We're not just sent a messenger, but they were sent a messenger and a book. And after the messenger was gone, they weren't just left with a book, but rather, messengers were sent to them, one after the other, so that there was no time in which the Bani Israel did not have a messenger. And then the last messenger who was sent to them was, what are they now at 7am audiometry malbay Lynette what a year the National Bureau headquarters, and we gave researches salon, the son of Marian clear proofs

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and supported him with a pure spirit. Allah subhanaw taala questions the Bani Israel that I gave you guidance. I sent so many messengers to you with clear signs with clear evidences. So that it's easy for you to believe. What did you do

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after kotla merger? Or khumba sulan? But is it not that every time a messenger came to you or children of Israel vema letter who are and full circle with what your souls did not desire? is stuck above them? You were arrogant? What does it mean that you were arrogant?

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They did not accept, they did not believe.

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And as a result of this arrogance, what did they do? furfural cancha debitum and a party of the messengers you denied Will Ferrell Kentucky to do and another group of the messengers you killed.

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So we see in this ayah that urbani Israel were ungrateful for the guidance even that was sent them.

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They weren't just ungrateful for the blessings that Allah subhanaw taala gave to them, but they were specifically ungrateful for the guidance that Allah Subhana Allah bestowed them with.

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Over here we see how they dealt with the messengers. Some of the messengers they completely denied, they said you are liars and other messengers, they went to the extent of killing them.

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Now I want you to notice something over here in the

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fire you can get verbal warfare you can

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do remember about the words that begin with a yes or no, I live for noon. I mentioned this to you earlier, they represent verbs that are off either the present tense or the future tense, right? So Dakota alone is a verb that is indicating present or future and if you look at the word get there the tune this verb is of past tense.

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It's not to get the bone

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What is it? Get the to get the button indicates an action that was done in the past and Dakota loon not attend dome. This is a verb that indicates an action that is done in the present or the future.

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Now why is this so? How can can rebuttal is mentioned denial is mentioned in the past tense and killing is mentioned in the present tense. There are several reasons that are given.

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First of all, it has been said that Dakota Luna has been mentioned in the present tense. past events have been mentioned in the present tense to show as if they are being done right now as well.

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To show how wrong these actions are, that they are not forgotten.

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It is to narrate something that happened in the past in the present tense to show that this crime has not been forgotten, it is still alive, it is still seen in you.

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And also it has been said that Dakota loan has been mentioned in this tense, not in the past tense but in the present future tense. Why? In order to match the Rime of the verses, because if you notice all of these verses, they end with wounds and

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we're in some so telco to lose you okay?

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Another reason has been given, which is that they continued this act of killing the messengers, up until the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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You see, recently Salah they tried to kill him, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they attempted many times to kill him.

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The story that I mentioned to you earlier of the time when a group of

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People they went up the building against which the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was reclining. And they had intended to throw a huge rock from above in order to throw upon him in order to kill him. And this was done by the budding Israel of that time. So they attempted many times to kill the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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At another occasion, which was at the conquest of labor. What happened was that a woman from among the Bani Israel, she brought some meat for the profits of the London center. And that meat had been poisoned.

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And some of the companions they ate from that meat and one of them also passed away.

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And I shall be learning her she narrative that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in his ailment in which he died. He used to say that Oh, Aisha, I still feel the pain caused by the food that I ate at fiber.

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I still feel the pain of that food that I at that time. And at this time, I feel as if my aorta is being cut from that poison. And this is mentioned in Buhari.

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So one of the causes of the death of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was what the food that the Bani Israel gave to him, which had poison in it. So taco loon, they were continuing in this action up until the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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But then the question arises, that Dakota alone, yes, they tried to kill him, but kandra veto, they also reflective of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, isn't it? So how come that is not mentioned in the present future tense.

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The reason is, that often is worse than technium.

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Auto killing is worse than denial. This is why battle has been mentioned in this stance and denial has not been mentioned in the present tense.

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So we learn from this ayah that the Bani Israel tried to finish off all the means of guidance.

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They altered the book, they changed the book, they didn't follow the book completely. They followed parts of the book, they denied parts of the book, if the messengers came to them, they either denied them or they went to the extent of killing them.

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And then when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam came to them, what did they do? Allah says we'll call you and they said hello benevolent. Our hearts are wrapped up through VISIT FLORIDA COMM And the word wolf is from the roof address, rain land fair, it is newsletter is rain lamb.

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And the word wolf is understood in two ways. First of all, it has been said that wolf is the plural of have left

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it is the plural of our left

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from the new shutters rain land.

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And our love is that which is wrapped up what is

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that which is wrapped up that which is covered that which is enveloped by something.

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So just imagine a book that has a case that has a cover,

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you know, many times people have a case for their Muslim, a cover for their Muslim.

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So, wolf is what that which is covered up with something that which is enclosed within something. For example, it is said or left to safe, what is the same as sort of a leftover meaning I put it in the cover.

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I covered it, I put it in its sheet. So well, first of all means that which is covered up.

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So what do they mean by this that our hearts are covered up?

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Meaning Our hearts are wrapped up in covers. And our hearts are blocked from comprehending what you're telling us. Because when something is covered in something when something is wrapped up, it is almost as though it is inaccessible. It doesn't take the effect of that which is happening outside. For example, if you put something in a waterproof case, what's going to happen even if you throw that thing in the water is the water going to reach that particular thing which is covered up.

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So similarly, they say that our hearts are covered up, meaning our hearts cannot comprehend what you say. What you're saying does not make sense to us. We cannot comprehend. And this is an excuse that the Bani Israel would offer as a justification for their denial as a justification for their turning away from the Quran. We don't understand what you're saying. We don't understand the Quran. It doesn't make sense to me. I cannot

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understand it. So Carlo kulu novels This is the first meaning of this particular part of the ayah. Secondly, it has been said that the word wolf is actually full of

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you know how there are several recitation of the Quran several ways of reciting the Quran. inshallah you will learn about that detail in rural animal sciences of the Quran. But the word wolf has another recitation which is full of with Obama under them.

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And if you read the word wolf as well of it is the plural of the word VNF.

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It is a plural of the word relapse

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and relapse is used for treasure.

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What is the last me a moccasin a treasure?

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So what does it mean by this rokkaku beloved's? What they mean is that our hearts are full with a treasure,

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which treasure is that they're referring to

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our hearts are already full with knowledge. Our hearts are already full with knowledge. So in other words, we don't need what you're telling us. We don't need what you brought, what we know is enough. What we have learned is enough, what you're teaching us, we have no need of it. What you have brought to us, we don't need it at all, what we have is enough.

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So what do they mean by that? What do they mean by that?

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That we don't need the Quran.

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This was also another justification that they offered for not believing in the Quran,

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which is that we don't need it, we have enough.

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And also what they mean by this is that if what you have brought was really the truth, it would have entered into our hands, for we already have so much knowledge, we know so much already. So if we don't understand what you're telling us, if we're not accepting what you're telling us, the problem is not with us, the problem is with you.

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This is what they mean.

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And many times we find that people who have not studied the Quran at all who have not studied the deen at all, they think that just by having a PhD in chemistry or in physics or sociology or something like that, they think that they have enough knowledge to understand the Quran with it. And when they don't understand the Quran, they say, it doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense to me. So this was the way of the Bani Israel as well, that they considered the knowledge that they had to be enough to be sufficient. And if they could not accept the Quran, they didn't blame themselves, but instead they blame the Quran.

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Now, the question is, if we take the first meaning of the ayah, that our hearts are wrapped up, meaning Our hearts are blocked, are prevented from understanding what you tell us. The question is, why don't they understand? Why don't they understand because they're saying we don't understand what you're telling us. So the question is, why is it that they don't understand a lot elders, but rather leina, whom Allahu

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Allah has cursed them because of their disbelief. The word ban gives the meaning of rather. Do you remember the word Bella? Doesn't it sound similar? What's the difference between the two? But it has a yachtie and Val does not have a Yeti. Right? And there is a difference in the meaning as well.

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banner is used for Yes, Bella is used for Yes. And burl is slightly different in that band cancels and negates the previous statement and it tells us what the reality is. Okay. And Bella is what it negates or cancels the previous statement. And it says yes, on the contrary, the reality is this. But Bell says, No, this is not true. Instead such and such so but rather learn at home Allahu be goofy him liner is from the veterans. Nam I known from the word learner. learner is curse. And what is learner? When a person is removed far away from the mercy of Allah.

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When a person is removed far away from the mercy of Allah. So Allah says Allah has cursed them. And as a result of this curse as a result of being away from the mercy of Allah, they don't understand.

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The question is why has a lackluster? Why has he removed them away from his mercy because of him because of their

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own disbelief, which disbelief because of their disbelief in the messengers because of their disbelief in the prophets or of audio center

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and as a result fucka Lila made me known. So, very little is their belief.

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their belief is minimum, though are really strong offline them below which means that which is less. So Colleen, level man, Ali lamb man, little man, what does he mean by this man? This may have been understood in several ways. First of all, May is understood as extra

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it is.

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And remember, I told you earlier as well, that an extra letter or extra word does not mean that it is useless, but rather what it means is that you don't understand it in its literal sense. So, for example, my agenda it means, what are that which are not, right, but over here, you don't translate my as that which are not okay. But you keep it as extra, you don't translate it, why is it extra to give emphasis? So, remember, that every word every extra word is not understood in its literal sense, but at the same time, it is not useless. Why is it there to give emphasis? So, what is the mean by my over here, buddy llama

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Mao over here is emphasizing the littleness sacani llama meaning very little, very minimal, very less is what you mean they believe.

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So, in other words, their belief is very level their belief is minimal. So, this is one way of understanding what my means over here. And what is that that my is that it is extra.

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Others have said that my over here is not extra, it is not died, but it gives a meaning of money. What does man mean?

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Not mean man who? So carlina valued me no means on Elan money. You mean? In other words, very few of them believe

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a few man who you may know they believe so. In other words, it is very few of the Bani Israel who have in mind.

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And this is true at the time of the Prophet sort of under certain, very few of the Bani Israel, they accepted Islam, they accepted the Quran, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam,

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so Kadena, now, you may know means karela minute minute meaning very few of them believe

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another way of understanding this part of the is cadila. May you may know mag is the meaning of that which mag gives meaning of that which it does not mean that it does not mean who but instead it means that which so what does it mean? That their belief is literal?

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their belief is differ? What does it mean by that?

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That very little is that which they believe in?

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You see, they're given the entire Torah. There were sent so many messengers, did they believe in all of them? Did they will even out of the total?

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No, they believed in only a little portion of the total.

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They believed in only a few of the messengers, not all, but only a few. So what it means is, that very little is that which they believe in, of what they have been given.

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their belief is not complete, but rather, they believe in only a fraction of what they're supposed to believe in,

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to understand this meaning as well.

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Or you might say, how come so many different meanings, they don't contradict each other, okay, all of these meanings are relevant. So, you see, one word, depending on how you understand it, it gives us so many different meanings, and all of these meanings are relevant. First of all, very, very little. Secondly, very, very few.

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Thirdly, only a fraction Very little is it that they believe in

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another way of understanding this is that my indicates time.

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It indicates time. So what

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Doesn't mean

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that they believe for a very short time.

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They believe for a very short time. And soon they returned to their ways of hypocrisy. For example, some people from among the Bani Israel what they will do is it is mentioned in the Quran that they would say, um, you know, Villa de owns Iranian Latina Amma know what

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that believe in what has been revealed to these people meaning believe in what the Muslims believe in at the beginning of the day, and then this believe at the end of the day. So what would they do? They would become believers Muslim in the morning. And by the time they would say, No, I don't think this is true.

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And they would revert back to their disbelief. So Allah says they believe for a very short time, they believe for a very short time.

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This has been understood in one more way.

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And that is, that what this means is for karela May, you may know what this means is that they don't believe at all.

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Because the Arabs, they would use this expression to imply nothing,

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they will use this expression cadila Ma, to imply nothing. So what it means is, they don't believe at all,

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neither less, nor more, neither a few of them, nor more of them. They don't believe at all, for kalida.

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So we see from this ayah, that when a person keeps rejecting, he keeps on denying one thing after the other. Because what were they doing, they were denying one messenger after the other disbelieving in one messenger after the other. What happens as a result, he is removed from the mercy of Allah.

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He is removed from the mercy of Allah by Lana whom Allah Whoa, why? Because we have because of their own disbelief. And the result of that is that a person is not able to believe.

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Now, keeping this entire aisle in mind, what lessons do we learn from this entire idea?

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First of all, we learned that Mozart Islam was also a messenger, who was sent by almost primal data for the guidance of Bani Israel.

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Also, we learned that he said a Sunnah was also a messenger. He was not the Son of God, who was he,

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a messenger of Allah. Because Allah sent him as a guide as a messenger to who to the Bani Israel. So he was also a messenger.

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Also, we learned from this ayah, that the angels, they have been given several different tasks to perform, isn't it?

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And one of the things that the angels are supposed to do is what provide assistance to the villagers. Because over here, we learned that a year the Navajo bureau headquarters, a silencer was supported by who, by the intelligence team.

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So one of the tasks that the angels are given is to support the believers to assist the believers and it is obviously at the command of a Muslim Medina.

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Also, we learn from this ayah that some people, they don't accept the truth. Why? Simply because it doesn't suit them, simply because it doesn't suit them. Because Avira law says, that every time a messenger brought to you what Bhima Natur Hua and full circle,

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every time a messenger brought to you something that you yourself did not like you yourself did not desire. What did you do is talk about them. You disbelieved? You were arrogant, meaning you denied. So what does this tell us? That sometimes people become arrogant from accepting the truth? Why? Simply because it does not suit them.

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Also, we learn from this ayah that sometimes people present excuses for not accepting the truth, which are completely invalid. Sometimes people offer justifications which are completely invalid.

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For example, over here, they're saying, Our hearts are wrapped up. Is that really an excuse? Or we have a lot of knowledge already? Is that really an excuse? No.

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Many times when people are told come and study the Quran, what do they say? They have taken many courses have they been? I studied the Quran when I was a child. But did you really study the meaning of the Quran?

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This is wrong. This is incorrect mentality. This is something that is disliked, offering excuses that are completely invalid for not accepting the truth.

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Then Allah says, Well imagine a home Kitab woman

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and when a book came to them from

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Which book is this book of refers to the Koran. And the word for book is kita bone book. Notice the word kidapawan ends with a 10 when

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I remember why a word is Nikita remember why word is Nikita because a word that ends within when is a word that is natural. Why is a noun Nikita

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sometimes to show greatness other times to show any just as a word Waylon, Waylon, a war What does that indicate a big war? great destruction. So over here while I'm Nigel anchieta bone book came to them, it doesn't mean any book came to them. But rather it means that very important book came to them, meaning the Quran

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so when the Quran came to them in in the lab from UCLA,

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and this also highlights the greatness of the Quran.

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The Quran has been, you know, magnified over here How? By using the word kita boon, and also by saying men are in dilemma.

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So first of all, it's a great book. Secondly, it's a great book. Why? Because it has been sent by Allah Subhana Allah

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and this Quran what is the characteristic of the Quran? Allah says massage is one that confirms mosaddek is from solid that

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What's the meaning of this leaf?

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to call someone? truthful remember, massage deck we have done this way before. Massage a custom set. What does that mean? truthfulness? massage deck is one who does just be what is this deep? to call someone psychic? to call someone true? What's the opposite of this? cat The cat veritone that leave? Look at the What does that mean?

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One who calls the other okay.

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So over here the Quran is mosaddek it is confirming what is it confirming Lima Mar home for that which is with them.

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What is it that the people of the book

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what is it that the Bani Israel had

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the Torah? And if you also include the Christians in this, it includes the NGO. It also includes the civil service Masato call him Mr. Han the Quran confirms that which is with them. How does the Quran confirm that which is with them?

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In what way

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into his content wise, that it has the same teachings, it conveys the same message. And also, what the Torah said about the Quran wasn't the truth, or what the Torah stated about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam happened? So content wise, and secondly, also, authenticity means that the Quran states that the Torah and the NGO are indeed from Allah. So when this keytab came to them, and this GitHub confirms that which is with them, what can Omen kabu and they were from before, meaning the People of the Book, the Bani Israel, mean fabuleux before before what? Before the Quran came

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before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came?

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Up until that time, the same people? What were they doing? Allah says, Yes, Steph the hoonah either levena cafaro they were seeking victory against those people who have disbelieved. Yesterday helmet is from fighting fair, the half. We did the word fatter earlier. We have done fair to her. What does it mean to open and fat is also used for conquest, victory. It is also used for victory.

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And the word fat is also used for a judgment, a decision. The word fat is also used for judgment or decision. Now, what's the connection between all of this the primary meaning of the word is to open something.

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When an army conquers a place, what happens that places opened up to them, the doors of that place are opened up to them

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seminaries similarly, fat is used for decision. Why? Because it opens up the reality.

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It opens up what has to be done. what is true and what is not true. It's a decision.

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So over here, yes, def de hoon. You see the scene and what does that indicate? seeking?

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So yesterday hona means they were seeking fat. They were praying

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For a fact, what is the meaning of fat over here? Over here, fat gives the meaning of victory.

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So before the Koran came to them, the People of the Book, the bunny is writing, what were they doing? They were seeking victory. They were praying for victory. From who? from the last panel down? victory against you upon who? Island larina cafaro upon the disbelievers. Now who does alladhina caifornia refer to.

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And Lena cafaro refers to the Arabs because before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came, what were the two groups over there? What were the two groups over there? The group of the machine and the group of the Bani Israel

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and before the Prophet sort of RSM the Bani Israel were the believers of their time. Who were they the believers of their time? So anyone who was not of them was

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a disbeliever. So alladhina cafaro refers to the Arabs.

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So the Bani Israel up until the time of the Prophet sort of all the sudden what were they doing? They were praying for victory against the disbelievers question is, what victory were they're praying for? And how,

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basically, the Jews who resided in Medina, as we learned yesterday that they had alliances with the Arab tribes, right? They had alliances with the tribes. But we also learned that they were also in conflict with the Arabs, they were also in conflict with the ends, just imagine a place in which you have the original people of that particular place, and then you have immigrants as well. So what happens initially there is acceptance and eventually, as the differences become more and more evident, things become relationships become worse, right? conflicts arise. So similarly, they are the Bani Israel, they were in conflict with the Arabs as well. And whenever such conflicts would

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come up, whenever they were small conflicts or anything like that, they will pray to a loss of panel data to send them the final messenger, so that they could be victorious against those people, against the Arabs.

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So they would pray to Allah, Allah, send the messenger, send the Savior, so that we can be victorious over these non believers, because they were still a minority over there.

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And in order to have the upper hand, they needed some leader, and they were waiting for that leader. And that leader was the messenger. So Allah says that when the Quran came to them, and before the Quran came to them up until the coming of the prophets or Adonis and up into the coming of the Quran, what were these people doing? They were praying for victory, how they would say, Oh Allah, send your messenger so that we can be victorious. But what happened, when the book did come to them, when the messenger did come to them, when their prayers were answered? Allah says follow magic a home then when came to them what came to them more or for what they recognized? The word alpha is

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from the letters I draw from the word modify and modify is to recognize something what is modified to recognize something It is also said that modified is to have distinct and specific knowledge of something, didn't know the specifics of something

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do not just know Okay, yes, you know, this is an apple, but to know which type of Apple is it, do not just know Okay, this is a gadget, nobody know which type of a gadget is it? How much memory does it have? What functions does it do? What can I do with this? This is what modifiers do have distinct and specific knowledge of something.

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So over here, Allah says that when what came to them, that which they recognized? What is this referring to? It refers to the Quran, it refers to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And notice the word that has been used there recognize the Quran, they recognize the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Why? Because they met the exact description that was given in their books. And we learn in the Quran, Allah says you're the foreigner who can I already follow up in a home. They recognize the prophets are alongside them, just as they recognize their own sons.

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If there are a whole lot of boys, if there are a whole lot of children, and your son is amongst them, will you be able to find him? Of course, in the exact same way they were able to recognize the profits out of the center.

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So when he came, and they recognized him, when their prayers were answered, what did they do? can follow be they disbelieved in it. That is believed in the Quran, that is believed in the prophets of Allah, Allah. So Allah says, Allah and Allah here and then carefully, so the curse of Allah upon the disbelievers.

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We learned in the previous ayah that they will say our hearts are wrapped up. Why? Why would they understand why wouldn't they accept, but Lana Humala will be covering him, rather Allah has cursed them because of their disbelief. So, which disbelief is it? disbelief in the Quran in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam after recognizing them,

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after recognizing their truthfulness. So, over here, we see that the reality of the Bani Israel has been opened up,

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they recognize the messenger they made the offer his coming, but when he came, they denied him. So, Allah says bit summer, how bad it is, how bad is what is the OBE and fusa home that which they have sold themselves for the word bit summer is a combination of bitsa and Ma and just as in Cali llama we understood MMA in several ways. Similarly, bits array is understood in several ways. Primarily two ways. First of all, it is said that man over here is a it is extra giving the meaning of how bad because it is a word that is used to give the meaning of something that is very bad.

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And it is used to you can say reproach or mentioned the negative aspect of something just as when somebody is being praised, it is said nirma how good.

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So, the opposite of that is that the negative side of something or someone has been mentioned. So for that bit set is used. So bit summer, how bad is that? How very bad?

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And then secondly, misunderstood is that which service? How bad man is that which is thorough, and fuzzy on that which they have sold themselves for?

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The word estado is from Shin RA, yeah. What does it mean to buy and sell? And depending on the context, you take the meaning.

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So over here, it gives a meaning of selling.

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So how evil is that which they have sold? who behaved for it? And for some themselves? So what does it mean? how evil is the price for which they sold themselves for?

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They sold themselves in order to gain something? They sold themselves in order to gain something?

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What does that mean by selling themselves? selling themselves over here means that they solve their

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they gave up, they're here after

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they gave up, they sacrificed the reward of the hereafter. They sold themselves meaning the soul they're here after why in order to get what

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in order to get something of this dunya.

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And what is it? What is the price that they paid? And yet for that they have disbelieved. This believed in what Bhima under a law in that which of law has sent. So in other words, by doing proof by disbelieving in the Quran, what were they doing? They were sacrificing their entire hereafter.

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So Allah says, how evil it is, what they have done, how evil is the price that they have paid? Or the price that they have received? for setting themselves for sacrificing their entire hereafter? What is it that Allah Subhana Allah has sent not

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be my answer Allah meaning the Quran.

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But the question is, why did they display? What is the reason for their disbelief?

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Allah tells us bullion due to rebellion, due to envy,

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bullion due to rebellion due to enmity due to envy, and universal law, human folly here I am in your shirt that Allah sends down from his bounty on whomsoever He wins.

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The word Falcon is from new factories back. Yeah,

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it is a little clatters bow line. Yeah.

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And

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bowing literally means a wish or a desire.

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What is really

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a wish or a desire?

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And then the word bling is used for the blind following of a desire.

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What is it? The blind following of a designer? What does it mean by following a desire

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to fulfill a desire?

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And in this process, what does a person do? He transgresses the correct bounds.

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For example, a person really wants money. Instead of going and working and getting money, what does he do?

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He sees the bag of another person and the person is not there. He opens up the bag, he takes out the wallet, it takes the money.

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So what's the buddy? What's the desire?

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He wants to get money. And in following this desire in pursuing this desire, in the process of obtaining this goal, what does he do? He crosses the bounds. He disappears. So this is the meaning of body.

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Literally, it means desire. And then Billy is used for rebellion.

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Then Billy is used for rebellion, for crossing the bounds. Because a person rebels a person crosses the appropriate bounds. Why, in order to fulfill his desire?

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So over here, Allah says that the disbelieved Why? Because of Bali, because of rebellion. Now, what is this rebellion that they committed? What is this rebellion? It refers to jealousy. It refers to envy. It refers to the grudge that they had against the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And what was that grudge? That why is the messenger from the bunny is smart?

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How come he is from the Arabs? Why isn't he from amongst us? Why isn't he from longer Bunny is for you?

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So over here, what did they do? They disbelieved because of jealousy. What was their buddy? Allah explains in unison Allahu, that Allah has sent down when family of his father, what his father an extra favor that is given to someone.

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What is an extra favor? It is excess, it is surplus, an extra favor that is given to someone. So what is this fellow referring to? What is this favor referring to? This favor refers to Prophethood. It refers to Prophethood. It refers to Revelation, it refers to knowledge. So a universal law human family, out of his special favor, he has given to who are the main shadowman everybody

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upon whomsoever He wills from among his lives are bad, there's a plural of.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is the one who chooses the messenger. He is the one who chooses who to give some photo to.

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And instead of accepting this reality, what are the very Israel do? They became envious? And they said, Why? So in other words, what are they doing? They're objecting the will of Allah. They're objecting the decision of Allah.

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That How come a messenger has been sent to us from among the illiterates from among those people who are inferior to us from those who are lesser than us. And they forget the fact that it is Allah subhanaw taala? who chooses the messenger?

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So, what do we learn from this part of the ayah? that the reason of their denial was what? Pure jealousy? Nothing else, pure jealousy? Because they looked down upon the Arabs, they considered the Arabs to be inferior. They consider the Arabs to be illiterate unmetric people having a messenger from among them, was something very difficult for them to accept, and out of jealousy, out of this denial, what did they do? They disbelieve in the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Were the consequences? Of course they were what does this show that if a person does not accept the father of Allah as it is, and instead he objects to the decisions of Allah, there are consequences. What were the

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consequences for them? For the EU, so they returned billaudot been either with anger upon anger. The word battle is from very well Hamza, and we have done this word earlier as well. bow on literally means to return. And when this word comes with be, like you see over here that will be a lot of fun. What does it mean? It is to bring something upon oneself

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To draw something upon oneself, to incur

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self about will be motivated. They drew upon themselves, they brought down upon themselves what? Rather than anger upon anger?

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Now the word of other is from the infamous rainbow. Remember the word mumble and the same root and other was used for anger? What kind of anger is demanded?

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Do you remember what type of anger is of other?

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anger that turns into taking revenge? inflicting punishment inflicting harm on the one who has caused the anger?

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And when does the person have up on the other? Why does the person have up on the other

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when the person does something that they knew they should not have done? Or they don't do something they knew they should have done.

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So over here, the Bani Israel, they knew that they should have believed.

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But what did they do? They went against that. And as a result, whether they incur the anger,

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anger, of anger of a loss or

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punishment of a loss.

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And also if you notice over here, a lot of in Allah rather be anger upon anger, anger upon anger, doesn't mean only two occasions of anger upon them. But what it means is, this has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said that it means anger of Allah, and the anger of people, anger of Allah and the anger of people, punishment of Allah and opposition from the people.

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This has been understood in another way as well, that have also been another indicates that rather for one wrong action of theirs, and more of other for another wrong action of this. So what does it mean? That each time they did something wrong, they incurred the heart of

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each time, they did something wrong, they incurred the other.

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One will catharina and for those people who disbelieve what is there are there have been a punishment that is humiliating? So far, we have read either one and the other one, are we over here we learn either one more

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humiliating punishment.

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The word movie is from the new Tetris, how well know how well known and the word home is used for that which is humiliated. That which is less that which is of little importance, something that is contemptible, something that is very light, something that does not deserve attention.

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And the word movies that you see over here is one that brings home upon the other,

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one that brings humiliation upon the other.

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So, what is the one that humiliates?

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So they will have the disbelievers they will have a punishment that is going to humiliate them.

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Notice over here, they did not believe Why. Why? Why did they not believe

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because of jealousy? And also because of arrogance, right? is talk about they became arrogant. They said the only in the Arabs, they're much lesser than us. How can we accept that the messenger is from among them. If we accept that the messenger is amongst them, what's going to happen?

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We are going to lose our leadership. We are going to lose our this status that we have of people of the work that everybody will become like us. We will believe in the Quran. They will believe in the Quran, we will not be special anymore.

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So it was because of arrogance that they did not believe. Allah says for such people there is a punishment that is going to humiliate them. So the punishment is according to the crime that is committed.

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punishment is according to the crime that is committed.

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For the question is What punishment is humiliating punishment.

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This humiliating punishment is understood in two ways.

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First of all, it is a punishment of hellfire.

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If you think of it, punishment, no matter what punishment It is, it is humiliating. Even if it's something like, you know, not being allowed to go home after school for 15 minutes. Isn't it humiliating? It is

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If a person has to pay a fine, even if it is something small as $5 it is humiliating.

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So admirable him simply because it is either and especially because it is the punishment of the hellfire.

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Also, it is humiliating Why? Because they will be returned to the punishment again and again and they will never be taken out of it.

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And along with the physical punishment, they will also be rebuked. They will also be reproached. I've quoted to you several times before, what how the people of Hellfire will pray, will ask the angels over there, that they should be taken out of the Hellfire that punishment should be brought to an end? What will they be told?

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That the messenger is not coming to you? Did you not know?

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So, this humiliation is a physical punishment, as well as the rebuke as well as the reproach that they will be given.

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So what lessons do we learn from this verse?

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The first lesson is that a person's arrogance hinders him from accepting the truth. arrogance, hinders a person from accepting the truth.

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Just as a love of dunya is very dangerous. Similarly, arrogance is also very dangerous.

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Also, we learn that another thing that prevents a person from accepting the truth is jealousy. Jealousy also prevents the person from accepting the truth.

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Another lesson that we learned from this versus that it is necessary upon a person, that he recognizes the truth through the truth itself. that a person recognizes the truth through the truth itself, and not through the person who is presenting the truth.

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Many times what our mother is saying to us, or what our younger sister is telling us, is that which is correct.

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But what do we do? We don't accept it. Why? Because she is telling me and I don't listen to her. Even if what they're telling us is the truth, even if what they're telling us is the best option, but we don't accept it. Why? Simply because they're the ones who were telling us.

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So similarly, the Bani Israel, they recognize the Quran, they knew it was the truth. But they didn't accept it. Why? Because who was presenting it to them? Somebody from Israel.

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So we learn from this, that truth should be recognized through the truth itself, not through the person who is presenting the truth.

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Similarly, sometimes people don't listen to certain scholars or certain speakers. Why? Because they mentioned something that you disagree with. Or they mentioned something that you don't like, or their way of explaining things or something that you disagree with.

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And what do you do? You deprive yourself, of the benefit that they could bring you? Right? Whenever we're listening to others, don't see who is speaking. Think about what is it that they're saying, our focus should be on the message, not the person.

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Our focus should be on the message, not the person.

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Also, we learn from this verse, that knowledge is a great form of Allah. Because Allah says, and universal Allahu mean, fugly. allama Yeshua,

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upon whomsoever He wills. So further his knowledge Prophethood. So we learned that knowledge is a great favor of a law.

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And when a person is given this follow, when a person is given this huge favor, he should be grateful. And I may share memory badly he, he should remain and

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he should show more about that he should do more about it. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when he was given the Quran, as we discussed earlier, as well, that he would stand up in prayer for hours and hours to the point that his feet would swell.

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And the people would say, Why do you do that? You know, your sins have been forgiven? Why do you do that? What would he say? What was his response? Should I not be a grateful servant? For what? For this blessing for this huge favor? So now that we are also being given the foreigner that we're also learning the Quran, what should we do?

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What should we do? Be grateful for this great favor.

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Also, we learned from this verse, that more sins incur more punishment.

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forbear all behold have been either rather be

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they incurred anger upon anger, why? Because of doing one wrong deed after another one deed

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what either either whom, and when it is set to them when it is set to them, who does them refer to? That when he Israel who says to them, the speaker is not mentioned over here.

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Why? To indicate that no matter who tells them, whether it is the Prophet of Allah, whether it is something that is mentioned in the Quran, whether it is any ordinary person, or it is a person from amongst them, no matter who says to them, just as we learned about the hypocrites will either feel alone. So similarly, we're in a pinata home when it is said to them, I mean, who believe in what be my answer a lot in that which Allah has revealed. What is it that Allah has revealed?

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Over here It refers to the Quran.

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So when they are told to believe in what Allah has revealed, what is their response? Or no, they say, No, we believe Bhima in that which owns the ralina

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we believe in only that which was revealed upon us. What do they mean by this? And we believe only in Guatemala because the Quran has been revealed to the venue is married, it has been revealed to the Arabs. It is only for the Arabs. It is not for us. Have you heard this? This is exactly what the Bani Israel said at the time of the Prophet sort of all the sudden as well. You see, the mentality has not changed, despite 1400 years having fast. So they would say no men or women, Marlena, we only believe in that which has been sent to us.

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While coluna Allah tells us that the disbelief What do they disbelieve in Bhima? Wha hoo in that which is, besides

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the World War is from the roof veterans? Well, ah, yeah. Well, yeah. And the word word is used in different ways. Sometimes it gives the meaning of in front of other times it gives meaning of behind. And sometimes it gives a meaning of besides other than, it gives the meaning of besides or other than

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so over here Bhima wha hoo. Wah means besides it, or after,

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work for una Bhima wha hoo. They disbelieve in that witches besides the Torah, or in that which was sent after that Allah.

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So what's the first meaning?

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Any other book other than the Torah? They don't believe in it. What's the second meaning? that any other book that was revealed after the Torah, they don't believe in it? So for example, the disbelief in the Quran that is believed in the engine. We have furuno Bhima.

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Allah says, well, who will have to? Well the reality is that it is the truth What is the truth? The Quran is the truth what Allah sent out is the truth. And this truth is Masada con it confirms Lima Mara home for that which is with them.

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It confirms the book that is with them. So in other words, the Quran is not something new. The message of the Quran is not something new, the message is the same. If you believe in the Delta, then you should believe in that which confirms the Delta in that which conveys the same message. Well, we'll have Masada Halima Morrow.

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Now they say over here that we only believe in the tiller. Right? This is their claim.

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And also panel data questions their claim. Do you really believe in the tumbler? No, you don't. Why? Allah questions them. Fat gonna say finally matakohe to Luna ambia.

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Then why is it that you killed the messengers of Allah Lima. Lima is a combination of Li and man.

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Lee means for and man means what? So Lima, for what?

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meaning for what reason? Why? What is the reason for doing this? And you remember that Lee and Mel when they come together? The Alif of my is erased. Okay. So funny man. Meaning why for what reason? Dakota Luna ambia Allah. Why is it that you killed the prophets of allotment governor before before when? before the coming of the Prophet salallahu the center in Kenya

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Meaning if you're truly believers, what does it mean by this? You see, Allah subhanaw taala is refuting them. They said that we only believe in that Allah.

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Allah questions them. Do you really believe in the Torah? You don't? Why? Because the Torah was brought by who? By Messiah center. And after Messiah Sonnambula sent

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many, many messengers. And all of these messengers, what did they tell the Bani Israel?

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They brought them back to the Torah.

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They reminded them of the teachings of the tundra. They said, Look, this is what your book says, follow the book. Remember all of these messengers who came after moussaka sananda didn't bring a new revelation. They didn't bring a new way of life. They reminded the bunny Australia of what they were supposed to follow. They revived the teachings of the Torah. And when they did that, what did the Bani Israel do? They either disbelieve in the messengers or they killed the messengers.

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So what is the reason for their having killed the messengers? the messengers reminded them of what is in the Torah. So Allah says, if you really believe in the Torah, why did you kill the messengers? Why did you kill the messengers? Because the messenger is only told you what was in the Torah? Also, this has been said for another reason, which is that killing anyone unjustly? Especially the messengers, was forbidden. And this was stated in the Torah. So you say that you believe in the Torah, then how come you went against the teachings of the Torah?

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You say that you believe in the Torah. How come you went against the teachings of the tala?

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So they say, we only believe in the Torah. Allah says no, we don't even believe in that Allah. The reality is that you don't accept the truth. You don't like the truth. It doesn't suit your desires, which is why you denied

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that listen to the recitation of these verses.

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Notice something

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the characteristic of the Quran being a Masonic is mentioned so many times over and over again. Why because the Quran

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confirms the truthfulness of the previous books. And that is the greatest evidence of the truthfulness of the Quran.

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It is the greatest proof of the truthfulness of the Quran. So if the Quran is a mosaddek, then why wouldn't you believe in the Quran?

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Also, one more thing that I want you to notice over here is that who is directly being addressed in these verses, the Bani Israel at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But did they kill the messengers of Allah before?

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No, it was their forefathers, wasn't it? So how come they're being told? Why did you kill the profits? They didn't actually feel the profits. It was a forefathers who did why they been reproached

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because they were doing the same thing by attempting to kill the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And also because the Bani Israel, we're very proud of the wrong actions that their forefathers have done.

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Remember, that if a person approves of an action, that was done, although he did not do it himself, but he just approves of that action, it is as though he has done it himself.

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If it is a good action, then he is rewarded for it. If it is a bad action, then he gets the same for it.

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So over here, the when he started the time with the profits are allowed. They're being told why, because they approve the actions of their forefathers. And they found out the same ways. They also themselves try to kill the Prophet sallallahu sallam, many, many times.

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They have any questions or anything about this lesson?

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If the total was revealed by a loss of panel data, how come it is different today? we learned earlier in salted belcarra that the scholars are the winning Australian what would they do? You have the foreigner who they would alter the words of the book of Allah. And remember that alteration is done in two ways. First of all, by changing the words themselves, some words are removed. Other words are put, literally the text is edited. You know if there's a passage if there's a paragraph if there's an essay and you edit it, or do you do, you remove one paragraph, you remove one sentence, you put another in its place, you change the words, you change the examples. That's exactly what I

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did with the book. And the second type of alteration of the book is to change the meaning. So this is why it is different.

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