Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L015C

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Al-Baqarah 92-103 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 97-103

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old man can or do will lead you breather for inner hoonah Zilla who are the Colby cubby evening.

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Say, whoever is an enemy to gibreel it is none but he who has brought down the Quran upon your heart are Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, by the permission of Allah. The verses that were studying, as we discussed in the previous lesson as well,

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the Bani Israel presented various excuses, various justifications for not believing in the Quran for not believing in the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam. And all of those justifications, all of those excuses are being refuted in these verses.

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So over here, we see that another justification for not believing in the Quran is being refuted. In this verse, and also in the following verses

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the burning Israel, they asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who brings it to you. And the prophets of Allah said, I'm told them that it is the intelligible. And when they heard that it's the angel gibreel, who brings the way to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they said, We don't like gibreel. And because he brings over he to you, therefore, we're not going to believe in the Quran.

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Now, anyone with sound mind would think that it's not the postman who delivers the letter to you whose fault it is. It's actually the one who sends the letter to you. If you have a problem with the letter, why should it come out on the postman on the delivery guy, it's not his fault. He's just doing his job. So over here, they said, We don't like gibreel. And because he is bringing the Quran to you, therefore, we're not going to believe in the Quran.

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Now, the question is, why did they not like gibreel? several reasons have been given. First of all, we see that several nations, even before Bani, Israel were destroyed for the wrongs that they did. For example, the people of art the people of lubed people of the mood, all of them were destroyed.

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And also the Bani Israel, several punishments were sent upon them for their own wrongdoing.

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And all of these punishments. gibreel was the one who brought these punishments upon them. Just as jabril was the one who brought the revelation. He was also the one who brought the punishment upon the people for their having disability for their having done wrong.

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We learned earlier about the bunny, Australian cyber Oh, Bill Robin, I love Allaha what is the anger that takes form into inflicting punishment? So punishment was affected on them how through Angel debris. So because gibreel was the one who brought the punishments to us, if he is the one who is bringing the Quran to you, we're not going to believe in the Quran. We're not going to listen to you. So this is one reason as to why they did not like gibreel

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another reason why they did not light up was because the Quran that was being revealed on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam exposed the negative side of the money Australia

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exposed their wrongdoing expose their wrong actions. And this was humiliation for the Bani Israel.

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As we have read so far in sort of Baqara, that the scholars of the Bani Israel what would they do?

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They will distort the words of Allah, they will distort the book of Allah. They will change the words of Allah. They were to all lateral This will help Cabell Belfry what doctor will help cover and on Darla moon. So all of these things that are being mentioned about the Bani Israel, they were a source of their humiliation. And they were angry as a result with the one who delivered the Quran to the Prophet sort of.

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So they did not like the content of the Quran.

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And because they did not like the content of the Quran, they were upset with the one who delivered the

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so this is another reason as to why they disliked the angel gibreel.

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Another reason has been given that they were upset with GW, because he had brought the word hate to Mohammed Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who was from among the Banu is married who was from among the Arabs.

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So they were upset with him that why did he bring the washi to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam he should have brought it to one of us.

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Now it was a debrief decision as to who to give away to know the angels as we learned earlier. They don't have any free will of their own. They are

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only do what Allah commanded them to do. So this justification that they offered, that we don't like to believe, because of such and such and such reason, and because he brings a Koran to, therefore, we're not going to believe in the Quran. So in other words, they said that gibreel is our enemy. We don't like him.

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And anything that he brings, we're not going to like that either.

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Allah Subhana Allah says, all say, meaning all prophets are about us Allah, say to these people, that man, whoever, Ghana, he was beating whoever is one an enemy to legibility gibreel.

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Whoever is an enemy to gibreel

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for inner who then indeed he, indeed who,

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indeed gibreel Nasrallah who he revealed it, he revealed what

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he revealed the Quran, upon who

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Allah Allah beaker, upon your heart, meaning upon the heart of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Why did you breel reveal the Quran upon the heart of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, Allah says, The is needed

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by the permission of Allah.

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In other words, this is not gibreel choice. This is not gibreel decision. It's the decision of Allah gibreel is only doing what Allah has commanded him to do.

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Now over here we see mankind or do alegebra for inner who then indeed he, what does he mean by this, over here, then, then over here has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said that Fair enough, who means, then, the person who is an enemy to gibreel, should know that indeed, gibreel has brought the Quran so on and so forth. So first means, then he should know,

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then he should know.

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Secondly, it is understood as for inaho, meaning, then he should leave his enmity.

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Whoever has been an enemy to gibreel Up until now, he should leave his enmity. Why?

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Because jabril is only obeying the command of a law.

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So first of all, what does it mean? That he should know that such and such, secondly, then he should leave his enmity.

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And thirdly, it has also been set that what this means is that let such a person die in his anger, let him finish off in his anger, because his anger, his enmity is not going to change anything.

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His anger, his enmity is not going to change anything, it's not going to affect anything at all. debrief is obeying the command of a law.

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He's not going to disobey Allah. So in the who knows, Allahu Allah halbig. And notice the word Nasrallah. Nonetheless, well known Zai lamb

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known as a lamb.

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And notice the shadow on the day. This indicates that the action has been done, gradually, one part after the other.

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So jabril brought the car onto the profit, sort of odd SLM and how long

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23 years. It wasn't distributed in one go.

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But it was revealed, part after part, gradually,

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I now call beaker upon your heart. Another thing that we must notice over here is the total an was revealed on the heart of the Prophet sort of audience.

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What do we learn from this, that the whole URL is for the hearts

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it's not just information that we have to process and store in our minds, but it is for the hearts, it should affect our hearts.

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So the purpose of studying the Quran is not just to learn something, to pass a test, to get a diploma, but instead it is that it should enter our hearts, it should affect us, earlier called upon your heart.

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And as you know that a word called heart is used in the Arabic language for what? For the faculty of understanding, for the faculty of understanding.

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And in English also, there are many expressions, for example, to take to the heart, but does it mean

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she took it you know, to her heart, what does it mean?

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To take something to the heart? What does it mean by that in the English language

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when someone is very much affected by something

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When someone is very much affected by something, and we say that such and such person, they took this to their heart.

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So similarly, when something is in the heart as opposed to the brain, what does it mean? That it affects you more, because heart is the place where feelings are, where emotions are.

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And brain is a place where logic and

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sometimes things make perfect sense to us. They're completely logical, but what is the state of our heart? We don't feel like it

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or we feel like

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so, what wins the logic or the feeling?

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The feeling, right? So heart is the place where in the Quran in the Arabic language, the heart is used for the faculty of understanding as well as for retaining memory.

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In sort of hedge, I know 46 have also pensado says, do not have arts but akula home calobra Yaki Luna, Bihar that they should have hearts by which to reason

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kulu Yaki Luna be here through which they would have occurred through which they would use their reason.

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So what does that show

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that the heart is not just an organ that is pumping blood?

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What is it, it is an organ, that also reasons

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and we might say, but this is against, you know, science and all that we have learned.

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remember two things, that whenever you learn something from the Quran, do not try to justify it, through science, do not try to justify through the knowledge of the human beings.

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Because the knowledge of the human beings is limited. One thing that people discover today, they could discover something that is completely opposite tomorrow.

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So don't rely on science, on the knowledge of the people to understand the Quran, understand the Quran as it is.

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But we can also use science or use the knowledge of people to supplement our understanding. But we should not completely depend on that.

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We can use it to supplement our understanding. But we cannot completely depend on that.

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You may have heard of some studies that have been done in which it has been discovered that there are actually neurons, brain cells in the heart as well, not just the brain.

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There are neurons that are present in the heart as well, not just the brain. So if we see over here, that the Quran was revealed on the heart, what does it mean? That the heart that has some capacity of understanding that has some ability of understanding, it wasn't just revealed on the brain, it was revealed on the heart, because our brain accepts thing in different ways. And our hearts accept things in different ways.

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So Allah says, For inner, who knows Allahu Allah COVID and indeed, he has revealed it upon your heart. How, Why be in the lab by the permission of Allah? So what does that mean by the permission of Allah,

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that he has revealed this for an upon your heart dubrio has brought this court on upon your heart, not by his own decision, but by the command of Allah.

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And the word isn't is from the root letters, Hamza then known?

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So what does this show

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that if a person has a problem with the washy with the revelation with the commands of Allah, with the one who was chosen for the army in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then who does he have a problem with?

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Allah soprano

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for in hoonah Zilla who are called Vika, the evening

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and this call on that GPU has brought to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam it's not really something new anyway. Why are they denying? Why are the people of the book denying Why are they believing Allah says it is what they call it is one that confirms it confirms the truthfulness of what Lima beignet he for that which is before it. Remember the words beignet a day he literally they mean? That which is between two hands, but it means that which is before so that which was before the Quran, what was that though, in the booth, other books, the Quran confirms all of these books

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in two ways, content wise that the message is the same. The theme is the same and also authenticity wise

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that these books were indeed from Allah soprano.

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So the Quran is Masonic Halima beignet and the Quran is also wahoo

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Then, and a guidance for then is from the root letters. header. Yeah. Meaning the plan shows the way from error to guidance from that which is wrong to that which is right. The Quran is a Buddha.

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And the Quran is also we're bush raw. And a good news for who live would mean for those who believe

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the word bushwa is from the roof address bad sheen or we have done the word Bashir earlier, well, but surely let me know what are we deciding how to give good news. So Bashar is good news. Remember that this word whoosh la from bashing LA, you also get the word Bashar which is used for human beings. And Bashara is the human skin.

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It is the human skin, which is different from the skin of other animals, other creatures. So Bashar is such good news. That makes the receiver happy.

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It makes the receiver of the good news, very happy. And you can see the happiness, you can see the excitement on his face.

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You can see the excitement and the happiness visible on him.

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You know, when somebody is very sad, you can see the sadness on their face. And when someone's very happy, you can see the happiness on their faces.

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All the time, they're smiling. Even if there's no apparent reason to smile, they're smiling. They're very cheery, isn't it? They're very talkative. They're very helpful. They're very positive. So Bushra is not just good news that, you know, okay, person knows, yes, this good is going to happen. Okay. And it's just information that he knows no, you can see it on him. It becomes a part of him.

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You can see it in his attitude in his behavior. It has outlook on life, in the way he deals with people in his thoughts, the kinds of things he says. So over here, law says that the Quran is bushwa for the believers, what does it mean? That the Quran gives good news of reward, and Jana, to the believers, and this happiness, you can see it on the believers, by their actions, by the words, by their outlook on life, by the kind of things they say, by the kinds of things that they express, you can see that they're very happy for having the Quran. So what do we learn from desire, the first of all, gibreel the individual has a very high status in the sight of Allah. How, because he is the one

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who was chosen to deliver the Quran to the prophets of Allah.

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He was the one who was chosen to deliver the Quran to the prophets.

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And because this task is very important, is very great. This shows that the one who was given this task was worthy of performing that task.

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So it shows the highest status of the Indian rupee.

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Also, we learned from this ayah that the Quran is houda it is a guide and it is a bush law, it is a good news for the believers.

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So we need to check ourselves after reading the Quran. After studying the Quran. After listening to the Quran, how do I feel

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for you happy? How do I feel burdened? Oh my god, so much lesson to learn? How do I feel?

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It depends on your outlook. If you just focus on the continent,

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how you're benefiting from the Quran, your feelings will change. And if you just take the Quran as a book, which you have to study, which you have to pass the exam of which you have to read every day as a chore, then it becomes difficult.

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But when you focus on the content of the Quran, how it is helping you how it is benefiting you how you can benefit from the book, then your outlook will completely change.

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So Allah tells us that the Quran is a bush law, it is a good news for those people who believe. Also this shows that if a person is happy upon receiving the Quran, it is a sign of his Eman. If a person is happy upon receiving the Quran, what is that happiness, a sign of his true image

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of his sincere faith.

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Federal law says men cannot or do wonder whoever is an enemy to Allah, or do the word has been repeated. What's the root letters? Find us well,

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and remember that I do is a person who is an enemy and in order to do is to correct

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limits. So an enemy is the one who crosses the limits in his enmity.

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And enmity is expressed through words, it is expressed through actions. It is expressed through behavior, through dealings, and enmity is the opposite of friendship and love.

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It is the opposite of friendship and love.

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So over here law says, men cannot or do what lilla whoever is an enemy to Allah?

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What does it mean?

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That he shows his enmity to Allah, by disobeying Allah?

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By hating what Allah commands,

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by hating what Allah commands, by leaving that which Allah has commanded, by going against what Allah has commanded.

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All of this shows that a person dislikes what Allah has said,

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that a person has enmity to the way that Allah so panel data has set.

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So men cannot or do what the whoever is an enemy to Allah.

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And whoever is an enemy to who else woman led equity and his angels,

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meaning he is also an enemy to the angels of Allah.

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Well, recently he and his messengers meaning he is also an enemy, to the messengers of Allah.

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The word Malaika is the plural of Moloch

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which is actually Mel from the root letters

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of xlm.

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xlm came

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from Luca, which means to deliver messages

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and Rasul is a plural of Rasool

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Russell, one messenger, for oh so many messengers.

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So whoever is an enemy to Allah, His angels and his messengers, meaning to the prophets that are lost depends on who sent angels includes gibreel messengers include Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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What do you believe? And also he is an enemy to gibreel when he can, and also he is an enemy to me, Cal or Mika Eve, Miquel and Mika in are two different pronunciations.

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Two different pronunciations. So jabril and Mika, but there's a question Do you believe and Nico, are two angels, aren't they? Right? jabril is the one who brought washi McHale is the one who brings rain. This

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why they mentioned separately over here.

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Allah says over here they lay wama because he was really what you really want Mika gibreel and Michaela two angels Malaika were mentioned before. So how can we I mentioned separately,

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how can you mentioned separately,

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we discussed earlier I mentioned this point you earlier as well were the messengers were mentioned and then specifically restart is that I was mentioned, why?

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To show the highest status to show the importance.

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So over here, these two angels are mentioned separately. Why? Because they're special. They have a very high rank.

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They are the chief angels.

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So whoever is an enemy to Allah, His angels, his messengers to jabril and Mecca, for in the Maha than Indeed Allah. He is an idol. He is an enemy to who little cafe marine for those who disbelieve.

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Caffeine is a Florida graphic. Who are the disbelievers over here?

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Towards the disbelievers over here.

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Whoever is an enemy to Allah, the angels, the messengers, you breed and Mika, then Allah is an enemy to who? To the disbelievers. So who are the disbelievers, those who have enmity.

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Those who hate Allah, those who hate Allah, angels, those who hate Allah's Messenger

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for the caffeine,

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who were the caffeine who are the disbelievers,

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those who have enmity to Allah, His angels and his messengers.

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So Allah calls them disbelievers over here, in order to point out the status of such people.

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So what does this show?

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But does this show

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that a person who hates Allah is a disbeliever? A person who hates the messengers is a disbeliever. A person who hates the angels is also a disbeliever.

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The question is that gibreel was being spoken about, isn't it?

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The previous I mentioned to bill and the money Australia had enmity against you to bill. So how come Mika

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As mentioned over here,

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how come he is mentioned over here all of a sudden?

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If you think of it, what does Mikael do? What does he bring? Rain?

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And what does rain do? What does rain do?

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It brings life to the earth, isn't it? It brings light to the

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what is your real task? What does he bring? What a revelation. And what does revelation do?

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It brings life to our souls.

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It brings life to our hearts. Without revelation, we are that.

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Also, he has mentioned over here, because the bunny is trying to would say that Mika is our friend,

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they would say that we like McCain, but we don't like gibreel.

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So over here, it has been said that whether you hate dubrio, even if you hit one Angel, and you write the other Angel, still, this is not acceptable to a law.

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You cannot differentiate between the messengers of Allah. You cannot say I believe in this one and I disbelieve in this one. That is not complete Eman.

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Similarly, you can't say, I like this one. I don't like this one that is incomplete.

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So they said we like Mika. No, we don't like gibreel. So Allah says, that all of them are my friends. Whoever is an enemy to one is an enemy to all.

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Whoever is an enemy to one is an enemy to all.

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So what do we learn from this verse?

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What do we learn from this verse?

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a disbeliever is the one who has enmity for Allah, his messengers, and also his angels. Also, we learned from this is that Allah subhanaw taala likes his angels. Angels are beloved to Allah. And loving the loved ones of Allah is a means of attaining Allah, soprano daughter's love.

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And hating them, is a means of attaining a loss hate. Having enmity to them, is a means of attaining of love and meeting.

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There's a hadith that is mentioned in Buhari,

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in which the prophets are allowed sort of narrative that allows a panel data set monarda Lee well, Ian sakoda Bell was an evil help. Whoever takes a friend of mine as an enemy, I shall wage war against him.

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Whoever takes a friend of mine, as an enemy, any friend of Allah, if a person takes him as an enemy, what does Allah say? That I shall wage war against him? What does that show that Allah is an enemy to such a person

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that Allah says one accord Angela ilica is in Burkina

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and certainly, we have revealed to you clear signs clear versus I add them by unit I added a Florida I and by unit as a Florida beginner, what is the unit a clear evidence? So what is the show that we have certainly revealed to you versus which are clear and verses which are clear proofs, by enacting means, verses that are clear evidences meaning all of these explanations that have been given over here

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the refutations of the justifications that the bunny Australia's offered, what are they clear, there is no reason to disbelieve in the profits or of our sudden there is no reason to disbelieve in the Koran. So, what does Allah say, when I follow behalf and none denies it, meaning none disbelieves in the

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inland faster cone except those who cross limits. It is only those people who cross limits, who disbelieve in the Ayat of Allah which are very clear the word faster cone is a florala faster

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and faster is from newsletters, fast seen paths.

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first scene of Fiske first literally means to cross limits.

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What does it mean to cross limits? to go beyond the limits to exceed the limits that have been set.

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And primarily, this word is used for for example, it is at first that the date when it became very ripe, it burst and it came out of its skin.

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You know sometimes when dates becomes very ripe what happens?

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The skin you see it all shriveled up, you see it all shriveled up Why? Because the date initially was very ripe, and as a result it burst through the skin and then eventually the skin became dry.

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So this is

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What the meaning of the word fish is when something crosses the limits.

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It doesn't stay within the bounds

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and it rebels and it goes out of the limits that have been sent.

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And Fisk is of two types.

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First is of two types. The first type of fist is fist

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fist us from subbies, which means small minor fist.

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What does that mean by minor fist?

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minor fist is, for example, the person knows about the commands of Allah, He is still a believer. But he disobeys, and this obeying those commands does not necessarily make him a disbeliever.

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disobeying those commands, do not necessarily make him a disbeliever.

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Especially if it's just once or twice, or it's very rarely or if it is something very small.

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For example, a person says to another, that I will see you tomorrow at this time, I'm making a promise to you, I'll see you over there tomorrow.

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And because some reason he's not able to come there, and he doesn't even get a chance to tell that person that he will not be able to make it. So what happens he is actually going against his word.

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Now, breaking a promise is something that is very bad. It is a sign of hypocrites. So if a person goes against the command or fulfilling promises, doesn't mean that he becomes a disbeliever. No, that's not what the meaning is. It means that he has committed fist that is a minor Fisk, okay.

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The second type of fist is fist.

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What does it mean by awkward? Major? What does it mean by that, that a person crosses the limits that have been set. And as a result, he becomes a disbeliever.

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For example, over here from these eyes, we learned that it is very important to believe and love who are the angels, all of the messengers. And if a person just denies one, what is he doing?

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Who is he being called a catfish, he is being called a cafe. So first of all, is that when a person crosses such bounds, it is always in such a way that he leaves the bounds of Islam.

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And in particular, the word fist is used when a person knows the limits.

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You know, one is that a person doesn't know. And he makes a mistake. The other is that a person knows about the limits knows about the command, he recognizes them. He acknowledges them. He accepts them. But still, he goes against them.

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He knows the command. He knows the limits. He recognizes them, he acknowledges them. But still he goes against them. This is what fills space.

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So we'll make photo bigger alien faster cone, it is only those who cross limits, who deny the clear evidence is that a loss of panel data has presented that a loss of panel data has given

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because a person who knows who recognizes who acknowledges the limits that Allah has set, and he doesn't care about them. Will he care about the clear evidence? Is that a lot present? No.

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So the problem is not with the item by minute. The problem is with who the problem is with the sashiko

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those who don't believe in the verses and they also cross all the limits.

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Federal law says our Coloma do often

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is it not true that every time they made a promise our color is different. What gives meaning of end and column as we know about coalition call means of and my over here is extra it is it giving the meaning of whenever every single time. So our condyloma means is it not true? Is this not the case? That each and every time I heard they made an ad or huddle?

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I had two identities from the newsletters I have done. What is

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a promise that a person makes with the intention of keeping it with the intention of fulfilling it.

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So what does they refer to? Every time that they made a promise? They're first do the bunny is the first

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every time that they made a promise with who with a loss of confidence.

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What did they do? Never the who he threw it? Who threw it? further comment home a group from them. What did they throw? What did they throw? What does he refer to? What does he refer

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To the earth the promise otherwise never that is from newsletters known back then known back then.

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And nevertheless, is to throw something.

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What does it mean to throw something,

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but in particular, it is to reject something and throw it away to discard something.

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What does it mean to reject something and throw it away to discard something. And in particular, the word Neverland is used for something that is discarded for something that is rejected. Why? Because a person finds it to be of no value,

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a person finds it to be of no importance whatsoever.

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For example, if you buy something that comes in a packaging,

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or, for example, somebody sends a parcel to you, and it comes in a FedEx box, or FedEx envelope.

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What are you going to throw away?

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The only way? You're going to discard it, you're going to get rid of it. Right? Why?

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Because you don't give any importance to it. It doesn't have any value. If you try to reuse it, if you try to post something in it isn't going to work. No, it's not going to work.

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So nevertheless, is to throw something out to discard something, while thinking it to be unimportant.

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While thinking it to be useless.

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This is a literal meaning of the word Nevada.

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And it's also to turn away from something

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to throw something away and turn away from it.

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When you throw something in the trash, when you throw something in the bin, do you go and look at it again and again.

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Do you open your garbage can and go through it? Oh, that banana peel through yesterday. shouldn't do that. Right? Because it is of no value, you completely turn away from it.

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So nevertheless, is to throw something away, do not value it, to completely ignore it. So over here, Allah says that every time these people made a promise with Allah, what did they do? That through it completely, they completely turned away from it. They ignored it as if it is trash, as if it is a piece of garbage, that doesn't carry any value, that doesn't carry any importance whatsoever. So no matter how far you're coming home, Allah says, a small group of them threw it away. Notice how Allah Subhana Allah saw just he doesn't say everybody through it, but what does he say? Sorry?

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A group threw it away. Now what does it mean by throwing the promise of Allah?

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Never the who, for the communion? What does it mean by throwing, discarding the promise of Allah?

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What does it mean by that?

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Going against it,

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breaking it, nullifying it,

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you throw something that is unimportant, you go against something that you find unimportant.

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So number one failure caminho. Meaning they completely nullified the promise. They broke it, they went against it. Now, which is this, which promises this? The promise over here has been understood in two ways.

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First of all, as I mentioned to you, that I had to either it refers to the promises that they made with Allah subhanaw taala. As we have learned incidents of dakara. So many promises, so many covenants that are made with a loss of panel data were mentioned in the surah. What is a hardener meter? What is a hardener meter, Coco, so many covenants were mentioned.

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But what happened after every covenant, what did they do?

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They went against it. They followed it for some time. They kept it for some time. And then after some time, they completely denied it. They went against it.

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So first of all, it refers to the promises, the covenants that they made with a loss of primadonna.

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And part of that was denying or disbelieving in the profits or loss.

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Because part of the promise was what huduma as a naccho. Because, Jay could we have given you with strength, meaning take all of the teachings of the Torah and implement all of them? Part of the teachings of Soto was what that when the final messenger comes, you believe in Him, you follow Him, you support him. But when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came, what did they do? What did they do?

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They didn't believe in him. They didn't follow him. They didn't support him.

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So Allah says every time that they made a promise, what did they do? They throw it. They didn't follow it.

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They didn't keep it.

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Secondly, it has been said that over here refers to the promise, the agreement that they made with the prophets that a lot is on them.

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When the Prophet said a lot of Sunnah migrated to Medina, remember there were three types of people who live there.

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One group was after believers, the unsought animal hygiene. Another group was of the Arab mushrikeen, who remained mushrik who did not become Muslim.

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Everybody did not become a Muslim in Medina, initially and eventually everybody did.

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But at the beginning, everybody did not become Muslim.

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The second group was

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the Arab mashiki.

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And the third group was a fourth

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of the Jews of Medina, the Bani Israel you

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remember that if in one city, in one area, three different people are living, obviously there are going to be conflicts.

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Each one has their own leader, each one has their own way of life, there are going to be conflicts when the prophets all of a sudden came to Medina, there was a treaty, there was a misac that was made between all of the three groups. All of the three groups they agreed to follow certain rules, so that they could all live in peace and harmony.

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And this means that was called mytho cos Medina, the Treaty of Medina

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and it had many clauses, but one of the main clauses was that if anyone attacks Medina, if anyone attacks Medina so for example, the people of Makati come and attack Medina, anyone attacks Medina, then all of the three groups will combat the enemy together. All of the three groups will fight against the enemy together.

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Does it sound reasonable?

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Of course it does. There are three groups living in Medina. If anybody comes and attacks Medina, if you want to live here in peace and harmony, then what should you do? defend.

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So all of the people of Medina were supposed to defend Medina.

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But what happened?

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The hood, the Bani Israel off Medina, they did not follow this clause. They did not support the Muslims.

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For example, at the time of birth, at the time of worship, at the time of the Battle of the trenches when

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the Bani Israel the hood, they did not support the Muslims at all.

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So they did not fulfill the clauses of the covenant. So Allah subhanaw taala, tell Allah Subhana, Allah says, our code lemma I had to ask them, is it not true that every time they have made a promise, what did they do? A group from among them, they threw it away?

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Meaning they did not following

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by lacto, but rather most of them lay up noon, they don't believe at all. What do we learn from this is

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that no matter which promise we make, whether it is with Allah soprano data, or it is with the people, what should we do? We should fulfill it.

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But Excel won't let me know most of them do not believe. What does that show that a person who doesn't fulfill His promises? It is as if he does not have him and

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they break their promises. Why? Because most of them do not believe.

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So it shows that a person who does not fulfill His promises, it shows that he has weak EMA.

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And also, we know that breaking a promise is one of the signs of the hypocrites.

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Federal law says well imagine a homeless student and when a messenger came to them,

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this is an example of how they threw the promise how they went against the promise. So when the messenger came to them, which messenger when you're in the lead from a loss,

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who was this messenger referring to?

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So one of the prophets that a lot of them came to them, and he is methodical. He is one who confirms now notice over here, previous things our deck was so far off it was the quality of the book of the Quran. Now over here, it is a sliver off the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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He is a mosaddek for what Lima Mara, whom for that which is with them, how is the Prophet sallallahu mosaddek of that which the Bani Israel had,

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that he said that the Torah the Injeel they are indeed from a loss of paradise.

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And also he was a mosaddek in another way with regards to the content, which content the description of the last messenger the description of the

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Final messenger.

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In other words, he met all of those descriptions. He fit all of those descriptions. It says very clearly in their scripture, that he will be unlettered and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was unlettered.

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So moussaka calm Mr. home. Why is the site over here that they recognize the messenger as well?

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What did they do? Never there Federico, a group from among them. What did they do? They threw mean alladhina Okita from among the People of the Book. Notice alladhina o tokita. Those people who are given the book, odo is from the roof letters, Hamza, yeah.

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attire means to come, Oh, do they were given? Who are the people who are given the book for the People of the Scripture, the people of the book, who does it include the Jews and the Christians? Because they have been given the Scripture, the Jews have the tiller, the Christians have the Indian.

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So when the messenger came, what did they do? A group from among the people have the book, they threw away, they completely disregarded. What did they disregard? What did they discard

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ketover law, the book of

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they threw away the book of Allah.

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Now, do you remember the literal meaning of the word kita

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whatever is on the roof letters kasturba.

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And keytab is anything that is written back to anything that is written,

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it could be a document, it could be a command, and it could be an entire book.

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So over here Kitab Allah has been understood in two ways.

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First of all, Kitab Allah has been understood as the book of Allah,

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meaning the Quran.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to them, he brought the core onto them. What did they do? They threw the Quran away. Meaning they did not believe in the Quran. It doesn't mean that literally physically the through the Quran away. But what it means is that they disbelieved in the Quran, they completely ignored the Quran.

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As if a piece of trash is thrown in the garbage, it doesn't have any value.

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It doesn't have any importance you don't need it. So similarly, they throw the Quran away, disregarding it, ignoring it, considering it to be of little or no importance whatsoever, they threw it away. So okay, tabouleh first of all refers to the Quran. Secondly, it has been said that keytab Allah refers to the commands of Allah, because Kitab is that which is written so Kitab gives the meaning of command, the teachings, which teachings, which commands that the People of the Book were given in their scriptures?

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What were they given in their scriptures? What command in particular were they given in their scriptures? That when the final messenger comes, who has such and such characteristics, you should believe in him? You should follow him?

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What did they do? When the messenger came, they saw him, they recognized him, instead of believing, instead of following, what did they do? They disregarded the teachings of their own books. They through those teachings away,

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they completely ignored them, as if they didn't even exist.

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Nevertheless, for you come in and larina Atal kita kita Bala. They through the book, which book the book of Allah, where did they throw it? What are of the rooting him behind their backs? They threw it behind their backs

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on the home lay on the moon as if they don't know.

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Now what is that a person throw something away? Is he going to see it? No, he's not going to see it.

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And the other is that a person throws it away and throws it behind his back and he walks away from it.

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It's like, you take a garbage can you type the garbage? And you leave it at the front of your driveway for the garbage truck to pick up and what do you do? You walk away from the garbage?

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Are you going to see it again? No. Is it going to come in front of you again? No. Are you going to think of it? No. This is how they dealt with the Quran. This is how they dealt with the teachings of the toddler. They completely disregarded them. And they walked away from them as if they didn't even know they existed. What are all the hoodie? Now the word law is from the reflector as well. Oh yeah, we have done this word before as well. And water is used in several ways. Sometimes

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It gives the meaning of in front of sometimes it gives a meaning of behind as well. The literal meaning of the word water is something that is beyond someone,

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something that is out of sight.

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Now if something is behind you, or in front of you, and if it's far, can you see it?

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is a hidden from you? Yes, you can't see it.

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So the word water is used in different ways, depending on the context.

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So they through the book of Allah, were behind the hoodie in Lakota is a Florida

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we did the word de la Haruna, de la Haruna, you all assist one another. The hood is authority of law, which means back.

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So they threw it behind their backs, meaning they totally ignore the book of Allah, they totally ignore the teachings of the Torah, under whom lionmoon as if they didn't even know, as if they didn't know what, as if they didn't even know that it is the book of Allah.

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As if they didn't even know that the Quran is the book of Allah.

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And if you take the second meaning of Kitab, Allah, what does it mean by kandam? diamo? As if they didn't even know that these descriptions are there in the terminal.

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As if they didn't even know that these descriptions are there in the Torah.

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Now, when we read this, if we think of the Bani Israel, look how they dealt with the Quran, look how they dealt with the book that they were given. But the question is, how do we deal with the book that Allah has given to us?

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How many times do we open up the Quran? How many times do we try to follow what is in the Quran? And how many times do we just pretend as if it is not even there?

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When a person doesn't follow the commands, what does that show? What does that show?

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Either he doesn't know? Or he knows and he doesn't care.

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So when we don't follow the teachings of the Quran, what are we doing? We're pretending as if those teachings are not even there.

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Then our way is very similar to those people who have been described over here.

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And instead of following the book, instead of following the color, instead of following the teachings that they were given, instead of believing in the Quran, what did the People of the Book do?

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Instead, they went after magic.

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They went on practicing magic, they were more interested in magic.

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You see, when the book of Allah is there, what should our interest be?

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That we should be interested in the book of Allah.

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But what were they interested in?

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Not the book of Allah. They were interested in practicing magic.

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Now before studying the next ayah let's listen to the recitation up until this verse.

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De Pon Lima

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kita kita.

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What whatever. And they followed,

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meaning the Bani Israel they followed instead method the shower cleaner alarm, Wilkie Sulaiman what the day

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Had recited during the reign of Solomon or a sudden

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whatever, whatever begins with words and why means and remember that whenever an ayah begins with what it means that it is connected with what was mentioned previously. So, over here, the AI begins with work and they followed meaning and instead of believing and following the book of Allah, instead they went after something else. They went after something else. And what was that magic?

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It is from the fetters the the rain,

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the bird

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and it is to follow someone do completely follow and obey someone

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to go after someone. So it's a very, they followed they went after what matters that which that Lucia the devils recited

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the words that lou is from the roof letters that lamb well, that lamb

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yet Luna they recite that Lu

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you see there are two three over here. The first step is our feminine, which is why the word that Lu should actually be eight recites or she recite but remember that in the Arabic language, the feminine gender is not just used for someone who is feminine, but it is also used for lower sometimes the feminine is also used for Thor. So over here, that blue, it is referring to who Ushuaia clean and a share of clean is plural. Okay. It's the plural of shavon. So techno share clean, watershed clean recited, which is why we translated that Lewis they recited

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and that was from Thailand welted our, what does it mean, to recite, to read

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and remember it from the same root letter style and well, you also get the word till one or del one which means to follow. So, that Lucia theme can be understood in two ways. First of all, what the devils recited

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what the devils recited what the devils read, what the devils related, whatever the devil's narrative.

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And secondly, that the Charlene can be understood as whatever the devil's followed, meaning whatever the devil's practiced

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matter to shouting

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and shouting, as I told you earlier is the plural of the word shavon. shavon is used for someone who is disobedient to Allah is evil incites others to do evil immunogenicity, oneness from among the humans, as well as the jinn.

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But over here, the word Shailene in particular is used for the jinn. Remember that every shaitan is not a gene shavon can also be among the human beings.

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But over here, the jinn have been called Shireen. Why, because it is referring to the evil genes.

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It is referring to the evil genes, Samantha to share our theme, what the evil jinn what they practiced, what they recited, what they followed.

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When did they recite, what did they read? What did they follow? Allah upon monkey Suleiman the kingdom of Solomon or his center.

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Allah over here gives a sense of fee. It gives the meaning of meaning during in Kingdom of Solomon, the word molk is from meme lamb calf, Maliki oma Deen, Master of the Day of Judgment molk is to have the ownership of something. It is to have sovereignty, to be the sovereign to be the king.

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It is also to have one's reign, meaning to be the ruler. So mulki Suleiman the molk of Sulayman meaning the kingdom of Solomon,

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the area where should a man earn his salon was the king

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forcing a man artist,

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the son of the wood

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and we believe that said a man or a salon and I would answer them, both of them were prophets of Allah, who were sent to the Bani Israel.

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And the unique attributes of these prophets wasn't that they weren't just prophets, but they were also kings. Great.

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kings have their time. Now over yours today mine are the salon has mentioned.

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So they matter the salon was a messenger of Allah. And he had a great kingdom. mulk has been mentioned over here he had a great kingdom.

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And obviously because he was from the Bani Israel, so he was the king of the Bani Israel.

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And he wasn't just a ruler over people. But he also had jinn, under his control.

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He had armies of jinn. He had armies of birds, he had the wind under his control. And this was the special favor that Allah subhanaw taala had bestowed upon him.

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And so the manner in a salon was given something that no other men was given ever, no other King was given everything we learned in sort of slot number 35. So they might earn a certain set color or a bill fairly, were heavily molten, lay unbelievably ahead in mimbar de inika, enter were hurt. So a minor incident said, My Lord, forgive me, and grant me a kingdom such as will not belong to anyone after me. So give me a kingdom, that no one else will be given something similar to that after me. Indeed, you are the historian.

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So was he that Soloman early Islam had a great kingdom. He had armies of men, he had armies of jinn, he had armies of birds.

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And he had a great kingdom, he had a lot of power, he had the wind under his control. And when he had all of this power, the shout out clean, they put in the hearts of people that still a minor in Islam acquired all of this through magic.

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They claimed that Suleiman or Hassan was not a prophet of Allah, rather, he was a magician. Until today, this is what the bunny is trying to believe, and that he was not a prophet of Allah. He was not a messenger of Allah.

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So what did they say that he is not a messenger of Allah. And instead, he obtained all of this through words, through magic.

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And even at the time of still a minor in his salon, what are the bunnies trying to start to do?

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They began practicing magic, because they thought if magic would take him up to this level, that he has a wind under his control. When we think of wind under being control of someone, when we think of jinn, what do we think of Aladdin?

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Right? We think of the magic carpet, we think of the lamp.

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So similarly, the bunny is right up. There they went after practicing magic.

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In order to obtain what should a man or a salon had.

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And if you look at it, magic is something that interests everyone in some way or the other.

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Children from a very young age, they learn a trick, and they say, I know magic.

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And children are very engaged, they want to learn these interesting tricks through which they can trick people. They call it magic, and we show them or we make them read books like Harry Potter. And the list continues. From a very early age, they watch movies like Aladdin, and they go to magic shows. So, what does that show that people are interested in magic, people have been interested in magic in some way or the other from the very beginning.

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And also we see that people when they want something, that they know they cannot get what do they say,

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only I could have a gene only ever have a gene under me, I will do such and such, if only I had the lamp that Aladdin had, if only I had a magic carpet, I will do such and such. So, we see that people are interested in magic in supernatural and magic in some way or the other. And this has always been a weakness of the human beings.

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It is a weakness of the human beings today. It was a weakness of the human beings at the time of Solomon or the center.

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It was a weakness of the people at the time of Solomon or the salon as well. So the Bani Israel, instead of being interested in the book of Allah, instead of being interested in the teachings of the book, what were they interested in, in practicing magic

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and they had been practicing it since the time of surgery minor they center up until now, even at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they tried doing magic on the profit side of all this and as well.

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So over here, Allah says that whatever all method Lucia cleaner Arlen Wilkie Sulaiman that instead of following the book of Allah, they went after what the devils recited what the devils practiced of men.

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In the kingdom of Solomon,

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so what do we see over here? That practicing magic, teaching magic was what? A way of shouting. And these shayateen could be of the jinn could be of the human beings. So this is what they went after. Instead of going to the scholars and learning about the book, who did they go to?

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The teachers of magic, they went to those who have in who recited magic meaningful, who narrated as to how to practice magic, or who does low mean they followed magic, meaning they practice magic, so they went to such people. instead.

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Allah says omocha follow Sulaiman. And so they manually Salam did not display how so they manually Salam did not disbelieve how, by practicing magic by learning magic by teaching magic. He did not disbelieve by practicing magic. He acquired all of that which he had how, by the favor of Allah. He was a messenger of Allah. He was not a magician. He was not a sorcerer.

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So what do we learn from this?

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That practicing magic is perfect. It is disbelief.

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Practicing magic is disbelief. It is.

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So Allah says that salaryman on Instagram did not do COVID by practicing magic, while I kingma sharpener. cafaro. But instead, it was the devil's who had disbelieved. How, by practicing magic by teaching magic. So it was the devils are among the humans are among the jinn who had practiced magic.

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So we see over here that Allah subhanaw taala is absorbing so a man or a salon over here, of having practiced any magic.

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Now, why is the site over here,

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even conceived, the Mufasa even conceived here records that practicing magic became very prevalent during Solomon artists amston people were practicing magic, they were very interested in magic in his time.

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And in order to stop them, what he did was

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that he concealed all of the books that were related to magic. He hid them all, so that the people don't have access to them. And once you remind our listeners and passed away, people found them and said, Look, this is what he practiced his magic from.

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So they blame cinnamon or Sam for having practice magic.

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But that was not actually the case.

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He did not practice magic. He only conceal those books that people would stop practicing magic. And this is an opinion that this is what happened.

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Allah says you're alone unnecessary. They would teach the people magic who would teach people magic. The sharpening would you are Luna is from the rotators I'm lamb me, what does it mean? knowledge? And unless you are a limo, Darlene is to teach.

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So over here the word is you are Li Muna, they teach they would instruct

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so the shower clean, they would teach a NASA the people what would they teach them a say for the magic. So they mannerism would not teach the people magic. He did not practice magic. It was the way it was a practice of the shaping.

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The word

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magic is from the root letters seen half

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seen her

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and say literally means to deceive someone.

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What does it mean to deceive someone? Sahara means to turn away to turn something away

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to repel

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Sahel suhu. What is that?

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Suppose the heading What is that? Early morning? Right? It's from the same roof that was why because early morning repelled the darkness away

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the time of dawn the time of seafood, what does it do? It repels the darkness away. It doesn't have anything to do with magic, okay. Now, what does session mean? What is magic

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is an effect whose cause is unknown.

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And effect whose cause is unknown.

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The cause is hidden.

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For example, a person is suffering from a severe illness. The person is suffering from a severe illness. And they have gone through tests after test after test to figure out what the problem is. But the doctors they cannot figure out what the problem is.

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So sometimes the

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Problem is magic.

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Similarly, I'll give you an easier example. If you've seen a magic show, or if you've seen something like, you know, a person being put in a box, and you know, the magician, he comes and he cuts through the box, and one side of the person is on his right, and the other side of the person is on his left. So you see the effect? But what is the cause? How come the person is separated? and How come he's still alive? what is causing this? You don't see the cause? Because any effect that you see, there's always a cause behind it. Right? There's always a cause behind it. But magic is the effect whose cause is unknown. You don't know what is causing it, you don't know how it works. This

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is what session is.

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And remember that one is, you know, trickery.

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One districts, which is not actually magic, and the other is real magic, or black magic. And remember, all real magic is black magic.

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real magic is black magic, there is no good magic.

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If there is real magic, it is black magic, and it is bad magic. There is no good magic, or there's no innocent magic you can

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so your only mon unnecessary.

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And how is this done? How can you know you see the effect on the cause is unknown. How come? It is done by the help of the gene? It is done by the help of the gene? Because the reality of magic is that a person what he does is that he sacrifices or he offered a sacrifice for the sake of a gene. And he requests the gene that you do this and this for me. So the reality of magic is that you help me and I will serve you.

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And in this process, what is the person doing?

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He is serving someone other than a muscle.

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Which is why part of magic is ship.

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Which is why magic becomes

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it becomes disbelief because you cannot perform magic except with the help of gin.

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Now when you think of magic, don't think of Harry Potter that's all. I mean, false. There is nothing true to that. Okay, we're talking about real magic.

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And that is only done with the help of the Jews.

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So over here law says that the sharpening what would they do? They would teach the people magic. What else would they teach the people warmer on Zilla and that which was sent down Island mala cane upon the two angels,

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which two angels be bobbing in Babylon who are in Babylon? What are the names of the two angels how route were modeled. Harold and Ruth were the two angels.

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So what does it mean by a woman on zita Island Molokini be Babylon?

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Meaning the sheer pain they would also teach they would also practice what that which was sent upon the two angels who were in Babylon

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or the people they learned magic from who from the two angels who were in battle.

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Now the word mela cane is the dual of it is the destiny of Moloch and the plural is Malaika. So you have Malak singular mela cane duo and Malaika

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are these two angels have roots and models? These are the two names of the angels

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for these two angels,

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these two angels were sent to the Bani Israel as a test

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and these two angels new magic

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Allah soprano data sent angels to the people of Luther Allison, who are the people have looked at this and and what was the wrong practice that was amongst them

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of homosexuality.

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So Allah soprano God has sent amongst them angels in the form of beautiful men. Why? As a fitness as a test.

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Similarly, these two angels who are given the knowledge of magic were sent amongst the Bani Israel. Why? As a test Bani Israel were very inclined to practicing magic they were very interested in magic.

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And two angels were sent amongst them who knew magic? Who would teach people magic? Why? As a test.

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So what do we learn so far that the people instead of following the book, what did they do? They began practicing magic. They learned it from Houdyshell thing they learned from the two angels. Who am I your aluminum in a house and they did not teach anyone? Your Alemany notice that a leaf node What does that indicate to that the two angels they will

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Would not teach men a hand in any person at all. What would they not teach to any person? Magic? Have that until you're older, they both would say no to that, and the lF at the end, both of them would say that in numair National fitness. Indeed, we are a trial. Indeed, we are a test, but a duck foot, so don't despair.

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What does this mean?

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Now before teaching magic to any person, the angel would say that we are a test for you don't practice magic.

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But what would the people do?

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They would insist on learning magic.

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This is just as many people they know that practicing magic, learning magic, just as practicing or learning many other things is something that is wrong. But what do people do? The studio, should you blame the wrong that exists not really. this dunya is a test the wrong is there. For our test, we have to save ourselves

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and allows the presenter has clearly told us this is right, this is wrong, you can do this you can not do this. And if you do it, it is your fault.

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So similarly, these people when they went up to those angels, the angel stolen were only a test do not disbelieve by learning magic. But what would the people do? They would insist on learning and so the angels they would teach them.

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Now notice the word over here fitness test, fitness on the roof address, the known

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and fattener literally means to heat

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the heat gold in fire, why? In order to clean it, in order to mold it in order to give shape to it.

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So fitness is a situation that is very difficult.

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It is a situation that is very difficult. It is a difficult situation that a person is in.

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So it is a test. It is a temptation, a person is tempted to do something. So over here they said we are only fitna we are only a trial from Allah subhanaw taala

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what kind of a test was this?

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So that Allah would test the people who is going to remain on the book of Allah? And who is going to turn towards magic?

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Who is going to follow the book of Allah and who is going to be more interested in magic.

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And these kinds of tests are lots of panel data tests people

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so that the sincere one can be separated from the one who is not sincere. The truthful one can be separated from the one who is false. So they would say in my national fitness on fella duck foot do not disbelieve by learning and practicing magic.

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So we see over here, Allah says further aluminum in humans, then they would learn from both of them. Yet our lamona is from the newsletters. I'm lamb meme as well.

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Previously, we're at the forum. You are limonum you are limani Now we read the forums yet

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is a different

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What's the difference?

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There's an additional step right. In Alabama, you are limited, there is no test over here to our limit yet our level there is

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this form of the word means to learn to acquire knowledge. What does it mean? To acquire knowledge? Just as the Hadith says hydrocal man, God

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for earn what the star level means. He learns the Quran

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so Fiat Allah wanna mean Homer, then the people of any Australia, they would learn from them to go to from the two angels. What would they learn from these two angels what kind of magic especially they will learn from the angels?

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mad at which you further Guna be you finally coolness from fair raw for local you Federico, what does it mean? To separate

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do divide. So they would divide, be with it with what meaning through this magic that they had learned and they have practiced, they would divide they would separate between who bainer between almarai The man was odd and his wife. The word mark is from the roof letters. Meanwhile, Hamza and zote we have done this word many times and forth say well gee.

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So they learned such magic through which they would separate between husband and wife. So they learned such magic through which they would create discord between a couple and this

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is the worst type of magic. Even if it's not done through magic, this kind of action is worse in nature, dividing a man and his wife.

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Allah says, Well my room, and they were not who does they refer to the people who practice magic. Bilbo arena, in the least ones who harm barbarina is a plural of the word bar, from the root letters board, rah, rah,

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rah rah, both those is used for something that is harmful, something that is detrimental. So the real ones who cause harm the ones who inflict harm. So the people, when they practice magic, they would not harm behave with it meaning with the magic mean, hadn't anyone at all in the in the lab except by the permission of Allah, what does this show that even if they will practice magic, it would not take effect unless and until of last minute.

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So we see that nobody is harmed by magic except by the permission of Allah. Allah subhanaw taala has given the human beings a free will, to do whatever they want. People do what they want. People try to do what they want, but it is not necessary that they accomplish everything that they want to do. This is where the will of Allah subhanaw taala comes in.

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So they would not harm anyone with the magic except by the permission of Allah. Allah says with our lamona and they would learn maniototo home that which would harm them again, you don't know is wrong, but

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they learned magic, which would harm them. How is magic harmfull?

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My question is, how is magic harmful? For the one who practices magic? Yes.

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First of all, because they are devoting their acts of worship such as sacrifice to other than Allah such as the jinn, this is involved in magic so they are harming their Deen they're harming there are

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a person who practices magic loses his Deen loses his or her entirely Hello.

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When a person performs magic, especially the one that is mentioned over here, they would harm How? By creating discord between a man and wife.

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So as a result, who would they harm the people and as a result, they would harm the society that they would live in.

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Creating discord between a man and wife affects the society. So as a result, the magician by performing his magic, he may obtain his selfish goals to some extent. But what is he doing? He is harming himself, he's harming the society that he is living in.

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So he's becoming a cafe by performing magic reading. He's losing his hero. He is losing his Deen. He is losing his dunya

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so where are the moolah? maniototo. They learned that which harmed them

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when I unfollow him, and it would not benefit them at all. The answer was from noon fat rain, what does nothing for me that which is beneficial or eliminare fear and knowledge that is beneficial.

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So, they learned magic which would harm them and which would not benefit them at all.

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You might say that magicians they do end up achieving their goal sometimes. So they are benefiting in some way The benefit is very minimal, the benefit is very less compared to the loss

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and obviously the loss is great. The benefit is useless.

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So we are alone in a liberal and well as

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well as the early moon and certainly they knew the people the Bani Israel they knew they were aware of what that lemon surely any person is that are who the person who bought it. A person who purchased it. purchased, what? purchased What?

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purchased magic.

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But remember that each doll can only be done when a person takes something in exchange for something.

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So they purchased magic. And what did they sell? What was the price they paid? there?

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What did the angels tell them? international fitness on balletic for we are only a test we're only a trial do not disbelieve. What did they say? We don't care. We want to learn magic. So they bought they purchased magic meaning they learnt it. And the price they paid for it was the price they paid for it was there even

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they knew that

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Any person who purchased magic mela who Phil O'Hara, there is for him in the hereafter none Min haluk any shape at all,

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he does not have any share at all in the hereafter.

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But the word Harlequin is very interesting.

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It is from the reflectorless ha laugh cough Have you heard the word a HELOC? HELOC What does it mean? character? Right. So, HELOC is a share of goodness that a person receives, because of his good habits because of his good character.

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So, what is it?

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It is a good share, it is a share of goodness.

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So, they knew that who ever practiced magic in the dunya he will have no good share in the hereafter what is a good share the hereafter Jenna so they knew that such a person would have no portion in paradise

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one of its and surely how bad man that which shuttle they sold before it unfulfilled home their souls are the word shuttle will be translated as they sold.

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It's the same route as a start up from the route setters Chinaglia

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because they gave up something in order to get magic. What did they give up? measure OBE and foster home themselves. They sold themselves they lost themselves. They gave themselves they give their? Their eternity? Their dunya their Deen For what? For magic,

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while a bit summer shall be unfulfilled and surely How bad is that wish they sold themselves for? Have you heard of the expression, selling oneself to the devil? This is literally how it isn't magic. that a person sells his soul to the devil, that he sacrifices for the devil for the jinn. He offers so much to the jinn. Why so that the jinn can help him low can we alone, if only they knew? If only they knew what

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if only they were aware of the consequences of magic, if they knew they wouldn't have done so.

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The process of having the jinn to help you to perform magic is very nasty. It's horrible.

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Let's listen to the recitation of this verse and there are a few more points I would like to go

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in a heading

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you for being here.

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He was

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show ob

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so we're seeing this idea that the Bani Israel instead of focusing on the book of Allah, instead of running to the book of Allah, instead of being interested in the book of Allah, they were interested in performing magic.

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We learned that when the angels when they came to Babylon, to the city of Babylon, and when the Bani Israel they found out that these angels they know magic, the teach magic, they rented them, they left everything they rented them to learn magic from them.

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But the book Allah was also there. Were they equally interested in the book of Allah? No.

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Remember, we learned that there is always some agent that prevents a person from obeying the laws of Canada.

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And this original comes in several different forms, several various forms. And for these people, it was their love of the dunya have, you know, the thrill that they would get by performing magic? Because people who know magic, you know, immediately they're given so much importance people get very impressed by that.

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If a child learns a trick, he's like the famous child. He's a famous kid. You know, he knows tricks and he can do this. And he can do that. So similarly, the bunny, Australia, we're very impressed by these things. And instead of focusing on the book of Allah, what did they do? They focused on performing magic.

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We also see over here, that they perform magic in the time of Solomon or the center. And they continue to practice magic. Since that time, up until the time of the prophets are allowed to Solomon even after they have always been interested in such things.

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There was a man by the name of Labib been an awesome, who performed magic upon the profits or about a sudden as well.

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He performed magic on the profits are allowed to sell them as well.

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So we see that this practice, it continued.

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Another thing that we see over here is that it wasn't Suleiman or they said, ambu disbelieved by performing magic. But instead it was a Shire clean who disbelieved by performing magic. So we see over here that there's the shade of green who performed magic, and it was also the two angels who taught magic.

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Now, a little Ireland, what the reality is, who taught magic who practice magic, we see that the share of intervention and the angels are also mentioned.

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How exactly it happened. We don't really find that out from this ayah. But all we know is the child thing. They practice magic and the angels, they talk to magic.

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Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned this, and we should keep to this only.

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Remember the eye of the mosquito don't get stuck on the mosquito. Look at the intent. Why is this been mentioned? Because there are many, many, many Israeli traditions which explained how the share team did it and how the angels did it. Some say that the people when they would go to the angels, then the angels, they would take them to the airplane who would teach them magic, it wasn't actually the angels. We don't over here the angel stock magic. So that's keep it to that, keep it simple.

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Also, we learned from this is that learning and teaching magic, both is costly.

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Learning magic, and teaching magic is both

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because magic is done How? By using the gain by using the child theme, by serving them by becoming an object to them, which is shipped.

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And also practicing magic is forbidden. Why? Because it involves harming other people.

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It involves harming other people. What is mentioned over here is my euphotic wannabe vinyl model he was destroying the family. Imagine the effect that that would have on the family.

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So we see over here that practicing magic teaching magic learning magic, all of that is permitted.

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Now, a question may arise over here that the angels are the ones who were commanded to teach magic, isn't it?

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Mother Cain do angels harrowed and merrowed they will teach magic.

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But we learned that the angels they don't do anything wrong. isn't the only available soprano dial so why did they teach magic?

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Because Allah soprano data sent them to the Bani Israel as a test.

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We see that prostrating to anyone besides Allah subhanaw taala is forbidden in his ship.

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But all of the angels what were they told to Prostrate to Adam renesola.

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And if they did not obey him at that time, that would be disobeying Allah, right. So, an action, it may be something that is forbidden, but if a loss of penalty is the one who is commanding us to do it, it becomes an obligation for us. Similarly, killing is forbidden giving your own child is forbidden but Ibrahim A listener, he was commanded to slaughter his own son.

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So I took him on the affair it is forbidden, but if Allah subhanaw taala commands it, then going against it would be forbidden.

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Also, we learned from this ayah that magic does not harm a person except by their permission of Allah.

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Magic does not harm a person except by the permission of Allah.

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It left the evening.

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So don't get paranoid. If you have a headache, or I think somebody did magic.

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If something is stolen, somebody did magic on us. If somebody is not listening to you, someone has done magic on him. Because it can only happen by the permission of a line everything is not magic.

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Also, we learned from here, that magic does more harm than good.

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Magic does more harm than good.

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There may be some good, but it is temporary. And it is nothing compared to the harm that a person brings upon himself by practicing magic.

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Also we learn from here, that the owner, as the one who controls all gain and all harm, all loss is a loss.

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If someone has, you know, magic done upon them and somebody has affected another person with magic, then they shouldn't go to magicians.

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They shouldn't go to magicians, to cure that magic to get into the magic because sometimes, if people they feel that somebody has done magic upon them, they go to magicians know, a person should not go to them who should return to our last panel data loss assessment for the Nemo is number 62. A major label material is Ada Dyer, who were actually for Sue is Hina best meaning a loss of final data corresponds to the desperate one, when he calls upon him and removes the evil.

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It is a loss of data who removes evil.

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It's not these magicians. It's not people. It's Allah subhanaw taala.

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And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he was affected by the magic that Labib performed on him, we see that he cured it, how by reciting the Moreover, the thing by reciting the Quran.

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Also, we learned from this is that a person who learns and teaches magic would have destruction in the Hereafter, he will have no good share, he will have no share in the hereafter he will only have punishment.

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And this is something that is very dangerous. Because we see that our children, small children, little children are interested in magic. This is all that they think about many times, what they're reading what they're watching. When they're reading books, like Harry Potter, they're watching the movie they're watching shows sure that they can learn language skills, they can learn other skills through other books as well. Because the more you get exposed to such things, the more they become normal to you, isn't it

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and it becomes like their angel in their hearts. They're so interested in it. All that they think about all that they're interested in, is magic tricks, and it takes them away from that which is more important. A child should be raised with align his mind with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as his hero, not Harry Potter, not a magician, no sorcerer.

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And these ideas are transferred to the dean as well.

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It's falsehood. It's something that is not true. So we shouldn't fail their innocent minds with something that is untrue with something that is baseless.

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Also, we learn from this, that the worst form of magic is to create separation between husband and wife.

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And because it is the worst type of magic, that is why it has been mentioned over here. And doing this in any way. Whether it is through magic or any other way. It is something that is very much disliked, creating discord between a husband and wife.

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Allah subhanaw taala says, What are unknown amanu? And if indeed they had believed, who if the bunny is strong enough? If they had believed in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the Quran, if they had believed in the book that was sent to them, and if they had practiced it, what the cow and they had adopted the COA. But of course,

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to protect oneself, to take a shield. So there are, you know, these wrong things that are out there in the society. What are we supposed to do? protect ourselves? Just as the two angels were sent to them with the knowledge of magic, what did the angels say? We are a fitna do not disbelief.

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What were they supposed to do? has done.

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So similarly today, there might be a lot of wrong things that are out there in the society. You cannot blame the society. You have to check yourself. You have to have decoy yourself.

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If anything goes wrong, we say, you know, the society that we live in is such and such Sorry, I can't stay away from having a house and mortgage. I mean, this is the only option I have. I can't stay away from taking interest. This is the only option I have living in this country. I can't stay away from this foreign food because this is the only option I have no there are other options. We cannot blame the Society for the wrong. Yes, it does play a role. But we cannot entirely put the blame on the society. We have to check ourselves as

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a loss of parent God has told us this is right this is wrong. So Allah says if they had believed and if they had adopted taqwa, if they had kept away from practicing magic

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for them, it was magic. For us, it could be something else.

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lemmas overtones, then surely a big reward Minar indweller from Allah. Hi Ron. It is better.

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If they had stayed away, then surely a big reward from Allah was much better for them.

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They learned practice magic, why? To gain some benefits of the

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And they lost their.

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Allah says if they had kept away from magic, and if they had believed and follow the book of Allah, they would have received such reward that was much better than the benefit that they received by practicing magic.

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The word Musselburgh is from the roof fetters set Well, the doors tab is from the same roof letters and service reward. So my silver reward

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and also so what it is used for something that is returned. So my silver, the return, that a loss of panel data would give them for their, for their events, that would be much better.

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Low can ujar the moon, if only they knew,

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if only they knew what

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if only they knew what,

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that they're rewarded the Hereafter, is much better than the temporary gains a person could receive in this dunya by disobeying Allah.

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Now, I want you to notice one more thing in the previous ayah. Allah subhanaw taala says, while aka Ali moon,

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and certainly they knew who knew the Bani Israel, they knew that whoever practiced magic, he will have no share in the hereafter. But what did they do?

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They went against this knowledge, they still practice magic.

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And at the end of law says what a bit summer shall be enforced at home? Low can we are at a moon if only they knew.

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What is this show?

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That they had the knowledge, but they went against it. Allah says they didn't have knowledge low can we are the moon if only they had knowledge, they wouldn't have practiced magic? Did they not have the knowledge? Of course they did. So what does it show to us? that true or isn't true knowledge? Is Armand is acting upon that knowledge?

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If a person knows something, but he still doesn't practice it, what does that show? He doesn't have that knowledge.

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And if a person practices that which he knows, it shows that he does have knowledge. He is someone who has knowledge.

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In the previous verses, we learned that the money Australia that through the promise that they made with a love behind their backs as if they didn't even know. they pretended as if it didn't even exist. How did they show that by their actions? So actions show what type of return we have.

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And if we really want to be of those people who have AIDS, then we have to do

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that listen to the recitation of this last day.

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