Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L017B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the confusion surrounding the use of "lay" in Arabic language, as it refers to the father's name and not the partner's name. They emphasize the importance of not giving false assumptions and not giving opportunities to judge others, and the need for unity in society. The speakers also touch on the negative impact of technology and the importance of welcoming people to the area. The speakers stress the importance of "winning" in Islam, including the concept of ownership and the creation of something new, and emphasize the importance of humility and obedence in achieving Islam's goal of creating something new, including animals and humans creating something without a father.
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I will be laying the shade

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over him

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Surah Al Baqarah I am number 113 to 121

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wacana Delia, who did you say? Les sightedness? Allah, Allah in the Christians have nothing true to stand on, walk on it in nosara and the Christian say, lay set in your who do I shade, the Jews have nothing to stand on.

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On our let is the feminine off on father, he said. And on that she said. And remember that nouns in the Arabic language, all of them have either the masculine gender, or the feminine gender, which means that when you refer to them, you can't just say it, it's either supposed to be he or she, when you translate it, then you translate it as he or it or she or he depending on what you're referring to. Because obviously in the English language, it wouldn't make sense.

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So in Arabic language, nouns have genders. And remember that groups of people, nations or tribes, they are referred to with the feminine gender. So over here, and Yahood and nesara, what are the groups of people, nations, therefore, the feminine form is being used for them. Why is it Paulette and not Pilar? Because who is saying Who is speaking?

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Alia Who?

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And the word Alia hood is what a group of people and for them feminine is used? So quality or who do they say? And the word you heard is a plural of the word yahudi? from the root letters? Hmm. Well, then, from Heather Yehuda, which literally means to repent, to turn back. So they're called yahood. Why? Because they repented.

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they repented. Many times people use this word as an insult, isn't it?

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But if you look at it, the literal meaning of the word is so beautiful, those people who repented, they're being praised. It's as if they're being praised. Those people who repented This is the literal meaning of the word.

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So all of you, who did you say, lay satin nosara, the Christians are not again the word lady said it is the feminine of the word laser. Laser. He is not lazy set, she is not. Why is it she is not? Because laser is referring to under saddam. And unless Allah again, is a group of people. So when you refer to it, you have to use the feminine pronouns.

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So did you see that the Christians are not are not shaken up on anything? What does it mean by this, that the Christians are not on anything?

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Meaning they stand on nothing. They have no evidence, they have no solid basis. They have nothing that they can use as a support to justify their beliefs.

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They have nothing that they can use as a support to justify their beliefs.

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So lasered in the sada unashamed. Did you say that the Christians, they stand on nothing, they have no evidence, they have no solid basis. They have nothing that they can give as an evidence to support their beliefs. Although this has been understood as that the Christians are upon nothing, meaning unashamed, minute deeds, de, they are not on any correct religion, meaning their religion that they're following is incorrect. The beliefs that they have are incorrect.

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Now, why did you say this about the Christians?

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Because the Christians believe in reciting his center and the Jews, they disbelieve in him and the Jews consider that following or believing in a Salah Salaam is incorrect. So Christians do that. And therefore they call the Christians later than the sada and they say to the Christians, they have no solid basis. They are not on the correct team.

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And on the other hand, we'll call it the nosara and the Christian say lesia Delia who garnishee the Christian say that they are who they are upon nothing. Meaning that they you who do not stand on anything that can be presented as a solid evidence for their Deen. They are not on the correct religion. Why do they

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Christians say this about the Jews, because the Jews deny. Are you side hustler?

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So over here we see that both of these groups, what are they doing?

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They're denying each other.

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Both of these groups, the Jews and the Christians, what are they doing? They're saying that the other group is wrong. They are right, and the other group is wrong.

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And when was this I review

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even our bus lead on who? He said that a delegation of Christians from the john came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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a group of Christians from the john, they came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam.

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When they came, the Jewish rabbis came, and they began arguing with them, in front of the Messenger of Allah.

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So they began to have a discussion which turned into an argument over what over their religion.

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But author even had a minute he said, due to the Christians, that you do not follow anything, meaning what you follow is incorrect. What you follow is wrong.

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And he reiterated his disbelief in reciting salah and also in the NGO. He said that I disbelieve in ERISA, and I just believe in the NGO,

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then a Christian man from the neutrons delegation, he said to the Jews, rather, you do not follow anything. And he reiterated his rejection of Masada salaams Prophethood and his disbelief in the Torah. So he went on to the extreme insane that I don't believe in Musa I don't believe in the Torah, I only believe in it.

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Whereas actually, the Christians, what do they do? They do believe in Muslim, they do believe in the donor. Their Bible includes the first testament and the second testament. So, but in denying each other, they went on to extremes, so that you said that the Christians are not in the correct thing. And the Christian said that the views are not under correcting the who's right.

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None of them. But if you think of it as a listener, he was sent to the bunny astray. Right?

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He was sent to the Jews as a messenger and they were supposed to believe in him.

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We learn sort of soft is number six. What color is pneumonia? Yeah, Bunny is what he What did he say? Yeah, but he is like you in near Rasulullah. He illogical? methodically Medina de Amina Terra. Well, mubasher on bureau soudan, yet team embody and mentioned when reciting Islam, the son of Maria, he said, all children of Israel, indeed, I am the messenger of Allah to you, confirming what came before me of the Torah return so that when he came, he didn't deny the Torah. What did he say? That? Yes, indeed, it is the book of Allah. And I'm also here, why bringing good tidings of a messenger to come after me.

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So we see that he said, Islam, he confirmed the previous books. And he also confirmed the previous messengers.

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And the hood, the bunny is trying instead of believing in Him, what did they do? That is believed in him?

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And they consider themselves to be right, in this believing in a silencer.

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But if you think of it, up until the time of the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam, who was right, was it the Jews or the Christians? The Christians were right. Why? Because they believed in the center, and they followed the scientists.

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So over here, both the groups What are they doing? They're denying each other.

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Allah says, We're home yet Luna kita while they recite the book, whom they who does they refer to the hood under the solder? Both of them? What do they do? yet? Luna very yet Luna is on the lam. Well, from the work deliver what the salami, recitation. So both of these groups, all of these people, they recite al Qaeda, they recite the book. Now which book is this? This book refers to their book.

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So the Jews, they recite the Torah, the Christians, they recite the Injeel. What does it show?

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What does it show that these people are knowledgeable people? Despite knowing the book, despite reading the book, what are they doing?

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Also, if you look at it, that the books, the total and the interview, what did they confirm? They confirmed all of the previous messengers, the book, The Torah, or the NGO, if you read either of them, what do you learn in these books? The confirmation of all the previous

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messengers. And over here, what were they doing? No, we don't believe in Teresa. No, we don't believe in Masada center.

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And also it was clearly stated in their books that he said Islam was a messenger, and that he confirmed was our listener, it is the same thing.

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It is the same thing.

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But what did they do? They divided their team, they split up their religion.

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And they became into different groups,

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different groups supporting their own individual ideologies.

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And if we look at the Muslims today, we all have the same book, isn't it? We all read the same book. But each person each group, they only focus on those verses that support them. And they ignore the rest of the Quran.

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Or they give an incorrect interpretation to the verses in the Quran.

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And this is how the disunity begins.

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So over here, Allah subhanaw taala is saying, These people, they are knowledgeable, they read the book, they recite the book, and it is clearly stated in their books. But what are they doing? They're still opposing each other. They're still claiming that they only are right and everybody else is wrong.

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So, we see over here, that a person if he does not have knowledge, and if he makes a mistake, yes, it is a bad thing, but it is not that serious. And if a person he has knowledge and still he does something wrong, it is far more serious, then it is indeed a very big deal.

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So they are doing this when after having knowledge while home yet Luna kita

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and this way of theirs of claiming that only there are right and everybody else is wrong. Is this something new? No. Allah says gallica likewise. means like and radical means that

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so like that, meaning in the same way, in the same way, like what vaniqa points to their statement. Which statement that they say we are right. And they are wrong.

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Quality hoodoo laser Tina Sato Alessia we'll call it a Nevada laser to do an S shaped so this statement of theirs that only we are right everybody else is wrong. Allah says in the same way, Allah He said meaning some people said the exact same statement. Both are the exact same statement.

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And Medina there was people who lie on the moon who do not know who do not have in

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here are the Mona is from Ireland, me

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methacholine him like they're saying like who's saying like the saying of these Jews and Christians?

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What does it mean by this?

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That they say they are right everybody else is wrong. And this is not something that is new. Because those people who do not have knowledge, they say the exact same thing.

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Now, who are and Medina layer them, who are these people who do not have who do not have knowledge? This has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said that it refers to those people who do not recite the book, those people who do not have a book and who are they, the Arabs that will miyun the unlettered people, the allodynia.

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And we learned that the polytheists, the mushrikeen of Arabia, they used to make similar remarks about to about the Muslims, as well as about the Jews and the Christians.

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They used to make similar remarks about who about the Muslims, the Jews, and the Christians. They would say in the Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Lisa Allah de la sala shade, they would say that indeed Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he is not on a dean. He does not stand on anything. He doesn't have any basis. And they would say similar statements about the Jews and the Christians.

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So in other words, those people who do not have the Scripture, they said the same thing. So what's the difference between them? And those people who don't know?

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What's the difference? There is no difference between the two.

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Secondly, it has been said that alladhina laolu those people who do not know where

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First of all of the previous nations who did not have a scripture, and they also said the same thing about others,

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each community, each nation considered themselves to be right to be on the truth.

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Thirdly, it has been said that a Latina layer the moon refers to the groups of the unlettered people from among the hood and from among the Masada. Do you remember earlier we learned that the hood and the nosara the bunny is fine, they could be divided into two groups, one was the scholars and the other was author versus the followers, the scholars, they would read the book and the masses, they would not read the book, they had no idea as to what the book said.

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So over here, lay on the moon and lilina lay on the moon refers to the masses from among the Bani Israel, who do not read the book, who have no idea what the book says. They say we are right, everybody else is wrong. They say we are right everybody else is wrong. And what is it that their leaders claimed

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the same thing

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we are right everybody else is wrong.

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So, we see that in this case, when a person comes down to this level than the knowledgeable and the ignorant, they are the same.

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There is no difference between a person who is knowledgeable and the person who is not knowledgeable.

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So we see over here that each group claims they are right. Everybody else is wrong.

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But the question is who is right? Who is right?

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Unless has fala who jacobina home?

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So Allah will judge between them. When yo mo pm on the Day of Resurrection on the Day of Judgment, FEMA can be acted upon concerning that which they used to differ in

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famiglia? Yes, como is a little fetters her calf mean,

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her calf mean hokum

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and is used for a judgment or a decision. But what kind of a decision is this?

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It is it that you may have heard of the word hacking, who is a hacking,

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ruler, same route. Hacking is a judgment, it is a decision through which oppression and injustice are stuck.

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What kind of a judgment is this?

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A decision through which oppression and injustice are stopped. Meaning this decision puts an end to oppression? How? Because the one who is making the decision also has the authority to implement that decision.

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So hokum is of who

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one who makes the decision, and who also implements that decision.

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And when he implements that decision, obviously, what's going to happen? The wrong oppression, injustice battling, that which is incorrect is going to be stopped, it is going to be allowed to continue. So over here, I'll use the word hurco. Along with jacobina, Allah is going to make a judgment between the What does it mean that he will make the judgment concerning who is right, and who is wrong. And what it means by judgment is that he will reward those people who are on the truth, and He will punish those people who are upon the falsehood.

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The truth will become clear on the Day of Judgment. How,

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by those being on the truth, going to gender, and those being on the falsehood being punished.

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So for mobile jacobina, one between them, who does them refer to

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primarily over here to first the Jews, the Christians, and also alladhina layer yamaki ama on the Day of Judgment.

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And remember the word PMS letters off well mean what is common acumen to stand and pm they have standing literally. Why is the day of judgment call they have piano because all the people will stand before Allah? Also, why? Another reason? I give you three reasons.

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The second reason is that the US had the witnesses. They will also stand on that day to bear witness either in favor or against. And thirdly, why is it called your piano? Because justice will be made to stand on that day. Justice will be established on that day. Remember all these three reasons

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Stick with them on the test.

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So for level jacobina, homeopathy Allah, Allah will judge between them on the Day of Judgment. FEMA concerning what can Oh fee of telephone that which they were deferring

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yesterday phone is from the room fetters ha Lam What does help me

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behind fast means behind

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and the last is to propose one another opposite.

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And the word that you see over here yesterday phone is from if the laugh if the love which means to differ with one another,

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do you have different opinions? Do you have different opinions about something. So, if the love is when one person says something, and the other comes after him, do refute him,

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one person does something, and the other comes after him to refute him.

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So, over here, we learn that such disputes, they will remain in this dunya which disputes each group claiming to be on the truth. And in this world, in this dunya, the judgment will not be passed. In other words, people will continue to differ on the Day of Judgment, a loss of panel data will judge between all those people who differ.

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And by judgment, it doesn't mean that you will decide okay, yeah, this is right. And this is wrong know, what it means is that the truthful will be rewarded, and those who are on the falsehood, they will be punished. Because if you think about it, the truth is indeed clear, isn't it?

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The truth is clear. For example, the difference between the truth and the Masada isn't the truth clear. The truth of Islam? Isn't it clear? Of course, the difference between the Muslims and the rudeness or the I don't get that isn't the difference clear? Of course it is. Isn't the truth clear? Of course it is.

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So how come the judgment is being made on the Day of Judgment, meaning the truthful will be rewarded, and those who follow falsehood will be punished.

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A lot of pilota says instead of server I number 26. Kalia Juma obey Nana buena, some may after her been in Erbil, healthy wahoo al Fatah who

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say that our Lord will bring us together, then he will judge between us in truth. And he is the annoying judge. He is the one who has knowledge, and he is the one who will clarify the truth on the Day of Judgment. So what do we learn from this? Ayah? What do we learn from this verse? What lesson do you learn from this verse?

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But even amongst Muslims today, we see that there is sectarianism each sec claims that they're true, and everybody else is wrong. And all of their effort is put in opposing the other groups. What is the reality? When would it be clarified under the judgment? But right now, what should our focus be on that if we learn the truth from anywhere accepted? Just because it is not from your group doesn't mean it is wrong.

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Because the whodunit Asara and livina lie on the moon, what was their problem? It wasn't that they didn't know it was also the bias that they had against one another. Which is why even when they saw the truth, they wouldn't accept it. When we're giving power to others, don't say that in what you believe is completely wrong is completely false. Because when you say that, what's going to happen, the other person is going to become very defensive, and he's going to become bias towards you. Even if he sees the truth is are gonna acknowledge

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a true believer is the one who doesn't just believe in the Quran, but he also believes in all of the books that have been sent by Allah subhanaw taala, all of the messengers that were sent by Allah, just having knowledge is not enough. Implementing that knowledge is very important. And it also shows that a person who has knowledge does not come down to arguing with others. The one who argues, is someone who doesn't really have knowledge.

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Whereas people say things without knowledge, that this isn't the Quran, without knowing that it's not in the Quran. Over here, what were the Jews in the Christian saying, we are right you are wrong without looking at the book.

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Also, we see over here something very important that the Jews and the Christians, they had enmity for one another. They were enemies to each other. And this was, especially before the profits or loss.

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And after the profit, sort of an incident came, there, enmity turned into friendship and there

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enmity there animosity was directed towards, towards the Muslims because they were the allocator. And then all of their enmity turned towards towards the Muslims.

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So we see that when they had some personal benefit, they forgot about their differences, and they became united when they had a personal benefit when they saw some benefit. What did they do? They left their differences and they became united.

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We learned so little and fan number 73 olanzapine Carter says when Medina cafaro, Babu Alia Oberg and those people who disbelieve their allies of one another, they're friends of one another. Also we learn from sort of Dilma Ada Islander 51 Yeah, you are livina Amano letter Tokido yahuda when the saga of the Bible earlier about all you have believed, do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies. They're in fact, allies of one another.

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So we see that they became united in order to oppose the Muslims.

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But what is the state of the Muslims today? What is the state of the Muslims today? Are we friends of one another? Are we together?

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No, we're not

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many times, even in the same Institute, even in the same mustard, people are divided up into groups, even living as a minority, in a non Muslim land as a minority. What's the problem that Muslims suffer from this unit? Each one says, we are right, everybody else is wrong. And we forget that for some reasons we must come together we must become united, we completely overlook them. And we only look at the differences. Allah Subhana Allah tells us that Allah is a friend of the believers, Allah who will lead you lead in an

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alliance, a friend of the believers, and who is a friend of the believers, other Muslims what we know now one more minute, Babu Alia overthrew the Toba I 71 that the believing men and believing women, their allies of one another.

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So what do we see that it is necessary upon the Muslims to befriend each other, to support one another? Do not focus on the differences do not focus on just striving against each other. Do not focus on competing against one another, but become united? Because if you think about it, what is going to be the state of people who have an enemy? And if they are supposed to have some friends, they are not their friends?

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What is going to be the state of such people? What is the reason behind this unity?

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The problem is that we don't focus on the book. Just as the money is fine. What did they do? Well, when we thought okay, that they would recite the book, but still they would make such claims. Why? Because it didn't really apply the book, the focus was not the book, the focus was themselves. The focus was themselves that we know even that which is correct.

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A person who has knowledge does not go down to arguing with others. Because when a person are used with other people, what happens when he forgets that which is true as well.

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Like, for example, the Christians, the incident that I mentioned to you, what did they say in response to the Jews, but we don't even believe in Moosa. We don't even believe in the Torah, they completed night that as well. So when a person comes down to arguing, then he says that which is incorrect.

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Also, one more very important lesson that we learned from this ayah is that when a person recites the book, when a person reads the book, it should show in his actions. We should never give anybody the opportunity to point their fingers at those who read the Quran, at those who study the Quran. Yes, I know such and such girls who study the Quran, but you know, she does this and this and she was talking to her mother like that this is what the Quran teaches.

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And she made a promise with me, she never fulfilled it. This is what the Quran teaches. No.

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So now that we are the students of the Quran, now that we're studying the Quran, never let anybody have the opportunity to point the finger at you and say that you are like this because you studied apart. Even if you're like that, you know, because of some other reason. What are people going to say? How are people going to judge you know, she goes to a hookah. She's a student of the Quran. The

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This is how people are going to look at you. So be very careful.

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Another very important lesson that we learned from this ayah is that there are some disputes in the name of the dean that have no solution.

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You know, there are some issues that have been going on since here's in years, and they still have no solution to them. I can give you an example of the moon sighting issue.

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When do you begin Ramadan? You know, is it global? Or is it local? Is it calculation? Or is it something else?

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So there are some disputes in the name of religion that have no solution. What should a person do? What should a person do?

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What should be his behavior?

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That if he learns of the truth, he should accept it.

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He shouldn't become biased. No, this is what we've always done. This is what my parents do. I can't go against my family. I can't go against my culture.

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Allah subhanaw taala tell us and we'll have to miss out I number 59. For internet is artificial in follow doable in a law he will assume. And if you disagree over anything, then refer it to Allah and the messenger. So if you see the hawk in the foreign, in the sooner accepted,

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because when people they remain this united,

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they focus on just the differences, then what happens? The masajid they become empty. The people, they're turned away from the deep, which is why Allah subhanaw taala says in the next day, a woman of them mimma Manorama sadly, the law

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and who are more unjust than those who prevent the name of Allah from being mentioned in his mosques and strive toward their destruction? The most unjust person is the one who turns other people away from the Muslim man of the word mn is used in two ways. First of all, it is used as giving the meaning of who giving the meaning of a levy

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And this is in Arabic This is called monsoon, what is it called monsoon. Meanwhile, sod wildland.

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So, what does it mean? Meaning who

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will mean a nasty minute minute and from among the people, there is the one who there is a person who okay. So, it gives a meaning of and

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secondly, the word man gives the meaning of a stiff arm. What does this defending? Question? Just as an English language you say? Who is she? What is that? Who is a question? Who is going to do this? Who is a question? Right? So the same way in the Arabic language, mine is used as muscle and it is also used as is different.

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Over here, MN is different. It's a question that is being asked Who? It's a question. Man of level who is more unjust Oh level is from the roof letters a lot. Lend me one. What does one mean? injustice, oppression. What's the literal meaning of the word one way doesn't belong one more meaning that I told you to reduce NOx, to reduce the right of someone to reduce that which is necessary.

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So what you see over here is a loved one him is one who does one. But a lamb is one who does most often. It's a superlative degree.

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The example that I gave you earlier was better and best. So similarly, of Nemo is not just one who is unjust, but one who is most unjust.

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who is more unjust, meaning Tell me Is there any other person who is more unjust than such and such.

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This is the height of injustice, no one can be more unjust and this person, no one can be more violent than this person who may man than the one who manner he forbade mana is from their newsletters, meme loon rain man and man is to stop What does matter mean? To stop to stop someone from doing something

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to stop someone from doing something to prohibit to prevent, obstruct, and this is done by the tongue. For example, the person says stop Don't do that. It could be done by the hand. For example, the person is in

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Reaching out to something with his hand you grab their hand and turn it away. And it could also be done by a gesture.

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For example, just with the look of your eyes,

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or just by the seriousness on your face, so, much could be done by the hand, it could be done by the tongue and it could also be done by a gesture. So, the one who stops the one who prevents massage de la, the masks of

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massage it is a plural of the word Masjid, Masjid.

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And notice the word mustard it begins from meme and what does it mean indicate that the word is a noun. Now, either that noun is doing an action or it is the noun on which an action is being done.

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Right, must get

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I gave you I explained this to you earlier as well, that must get such words they give the meaning of a place or a time where an action has been done. So, must give is the place where seen gene that meaning such there isn't too much it is what the place of doing

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the place for making prostration

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So, what is that place? amongst or worship is so monera massage, massage Allah, the mosques of Allah.

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Why is it called masajid Allah mosques of Allah

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riasec masajid of Allah

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to honor the Messiah, that these are the places where Allah soprano Dada is remembered, these are the places where Allah subhanaw taala is worship.

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So, this person, what does he do? He stops where at the massages of Allah, what does he stop from on that? youth Gara it is mentioned what is mentioned in it in what in the massage is mentioned. So he stops that something should not be mentioned in the massage level. What should not be mentioned in the massage at Avila is smooth his name whose name the name of a loss of

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the word youth Kara is from then Kapha What does it mean? to remember something dimension something to talk about something so you've got coffee has smooth. He stops the people from remembering the name of Allah mentioning the name of Allah in the massage. So this is one thing that this person does. What's the first thing

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he prevents the vicar of Allah being done in the masjid? What's the second thing that this person does? What's our eye and he strove size from the roof letter scene or in Yes, sorry. And sorry literally means to walk fast to move quickly.

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And then this word is used for being very active in doing something putting in a lot of effort in order to do something sorry, in Ramallah in hajj, what is it?

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What does that mean?

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That you walk between Safa and Marwa and a particular portion, what do you do? particular distance What do you do when they're supposed to run? Not really run but walk fast, brisk walk so sorry, literally is to walk fast and then the word is figuratively used for putting in one's effort in order to do something being very actively involved in doing something.

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So so he is striving he is very active in doing what the hobby her in its destruction, whose destruction the destruction of Thomas enjoyed the destruction of the recited of Allah the word Herat is from the roof letters, ha

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And the word is used in two ways. First of all, hold on give them meaning that when a building or a crop is laying waste,

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there is a crop, for example, a field it's just there, nobody's there to look after it. Nobody's there to water it. Nobody's there to you know, do pesticide control. Nobody's there to harvest it. What's going to happen, that's gonna happen to that crop to that field. It's gonna rot it's going to spoil it's gonna die very soon, just right in your garden. If nobody mows the lawn, if nobody watering the plants, especially if you have a vegetable patch, what's going to happen to all the vegetables are gonna die. And also this word is used when a crop or a building isn't English, serenity, there is a building. There's nobody to look after it. Nobody's there to take care of it.

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is there to do the repairs, if something is broken to fix it? If there's some plumbing that needs fixing, nobody's there to fix it. What's gonna happen to that building? It's gonna spoil over time, it's gonna finish over time.

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If you think of it, when does this happen? When is a garden ignored? When is a building ignored? When there is no one there to look after it?

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For example, imagine a house, nobody lives over there. What's gonna happen to the garden? It's gonna grow into a jungle, right? Similarly, imagine a building, nobody lives over there. It's not being used, what's gonna happen? What's gonna happen? It's gonna get destroyed over time, right. So, the word korab is used for when something is destroyed facade, when something is ruined, when something is devastated. And secondly, the word Herat is also used when something is lying empty.

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When something is when a place is unpopulated.

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So first of all, destroyed, ruined. Secondly, unpopulated, empty.

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So over here, savvy hobby and this person is striving in the destruction of the massage

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over here the meaning of hot tub is the destruction the ruin of the massage it in and we can also understand this to be that the massages are left empty.

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So who is the greatest wrongdoer? Who is the most unjust person? What are the two things that he does?

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First of all, menara massage the law and youth coffee Hussman. He prevents the name of Allah soprano data from being mentioned in the massage.

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Secondly, Sofie habia he strives towards the destruction of the massage

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do things when a person does this, he is the most and dispersing?

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Now the question is, what does it mean by preventing the name of Allah subhanaw taala from being mentioned in the massage? What does it mean by that?

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If you think of it, what is the purpose behind a machine? Why is it

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so that people can worship and most

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people can learn about 13 people can learn how to recite the Quran. People can learn how to worship Allah.

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If you think of it, where did you learn how to recite the Quran? You went to a Masjid probably? You went to a Sunday school which was in the masjid. Right? Similarly, where do you go to pray in congregation to the masjid? Where do you go to pray? Tara leaves Allah in the masjid. Right. So the purpose of mustard is that people worship Allah and people learn about the deen of Allah as well. These are the two main reasons behind building masajid

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do main reasons behind building massages.

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So if a person is preventing the name of Allah from being recited in the masjid, what does that mean? That the purpose of the masjid is not being fulfilled?

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Now, the question is, how does a person do that? How does he prevent the name of Allah subhanaw taala from being mentioned in the masjid.

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For example, if a hotline is being given, instead of the hook by having a deacon of Allah, what has been mentioned what is being discussed politics or for example, complete negation of another group of another sect, opposition of another kind of Muslims, okay. Similarly, if there are gatherings in the masjid, in which people are actually supposed to pray together, what are people doing? Instead of praying? They are hanging out in the courtrooms, which you see a lot in the month of Ramadan. Instead of praying that are we What are people doing? hanging out in the corridors, going outside, not praying. Or, for example, you will see people getting together in the masjid, not to pray, not

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to study not to learn about the team. But instead they're only socializing

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their events that are held in the masjid for, let's say, to call the youth to the masjid and how is that publicized? Let's play basketball. And children come they play basketball and they don't even pray Salah in congregation. They don't even pre select in congregation. They go for erotic after the masjid. They don't worship. They don't pray. What are they doing? Just hanging out playing basketball.

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Outside, just hanging out inside eating, docking. This is all that they're doing. So monera massage de la and youth coffee has smoke. How is that done? When the purpose of the masjid is not fulfilled?

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When the purpose of having a mustard is not fulfilled?

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Remember that the house of Allah, the masjid of Allah is a place where people come, why? To come closer to their Lord.

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To know more about Allah Pendleton to develop a stronger connection with Allah soprano.

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And if people are coming to the masjid and it's making no difference to their Eamon all that they're learning is hatred for other Muslims, or hatred for other people. Or they're developed a selfish attitude or they're developing a very carefree a very careless attitude, then what good is that motion? The purpose is not being fulfilled.

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So, when a person goes to the masjid, what should the purpose be? To remember a law? What should the purpose be? Do remember

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whether it is in the form of doing Vicar or it is in the form of reciting the Quran, or it is in the form of praying for now.

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There are different ways of remembering Allah. But the purpose of going to the masjid is remembering that

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there is a very beautiful Hadith that I'm sure all of you have heard us even Malik or the learn who he reported, that while we were in the masjid with a las pantallas messenger sallallahu wasallam a Bedouin came, and he stood up and began to urinate in the mosque. The Companions of Allah's Messenger, they said, Stop, stop, but the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Don't interrupt him, leave him alone. They left him alone. And when he finished urinating, Allah's Messenger called him and he said to him, in the head hilma sajida, let us know who the Shea in Manhattan, Bodie, what I'm putting in here, the decree layer here as our gel was fanatee working on

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a tube.

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These mosques are not the places meant for urine and felt, but are only for the remembrance of Allah.

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What did he say? They're only for the remembrance of Allah for prayer, and for recitation of the Quran.

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So what is the purpose behind having a Masjid?

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Doing these three things? And if people are coming to the masjid, and they don't do these things, and the leaders of the masjid they're not even concerned about that, then what does it show? What does that show

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that the purpose of the mosque is not being fulfilled? menara massage de la he, from what a youth karate hustle? How is that by doing other things are literally not letting people remember along with it.

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So we see that the volume person is the one who does not let people remember Allah in the masjid. How? Either by closing the doors of the masjid. Sometimes you go to the machine, the machine is locked. Really, the machine is locked. You want to pray you want to go into the machine. You want to go in the women's section. It's a storage room.

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So minor massages, and youth coffee has moved. How is that done? Either actively, literally not letting people remember a lot. Or it is done How? By distracting people by making them busy in other things. by promoting one's own motives only

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many times in the massages, we see that the prayer area is so small, or nobody's there. There's nobody to say the other than there's nobody to say the akarma on time to lead us all out on time. What is that? The mustard The purpose of the mustard is not being fulfilled. And this is a very sad state.

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Many times there are massages over there but they're empty. There is nobody praying over there. There's nobody teaching over there. There's nobody studying over there. There's nobody reciting to hold on over there. And people just go over there to take a tour of the masjid. That's it. It's just like a tourist place. So first thing that has been condemned over here is not fulfilling the purpose of the masjid. The second thing that has been condemned over here is striving for the destruction of the masjid. What's our fee hobby.

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Remember, that caught up or destruction of something is done in two ways, in the tangible sense, and also in the intangible sense. tangible sense. For example, in this situation, where the mustard is being destroyed.

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Whether mustard is being made unpopulated, how is that done?

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That, first of all, that did literally cause destruction to the mosque. For example, literally demolishing a Masjid. Literally,

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people come there to pray. But they're not allowed to pray over there. Literally, a mustard is demolished. Another way of tangible destruction of a mustard is that, for example, those people who go to pray over there, they don't take care of the mustard. Believe it dirty. They don't clean it.

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I mean, sometimes you go to a Masjid, and the shoe area, it smelled so bad, that you wonder how the prayer mats are gonna smell like.

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So literally physically keeping a dirty living tissues around, not picking them up. Sometimes you see the most hubs, they're arranged in a bookshelf. How very haphazardly. There's absolutely no arrangement.

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Or they haven't been dusted in years. Literally, you see a layer of dust, you see a layer of filth, or you see cobwebs hanging in the masjid. Nobody's there to clean the mustard, you see stains on the carpet of the masjid. And the blame is on those people who? What do we say? There's no management? Look at the cleaners they don't clean properly. What Why did you make a mess in the first place? Do we make a mess like that in our homes? No. Do we make a mess like that on the carpets that are in our homes? No, we don't.

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So first of all, this is physically destroying the machine. Similarly, eating such food in a machine that is spreading a lot of, for example, onions or garlic and really strong smelling food, that what happens is that people who are trying to pray, they're distracted, especially when they're fasting. All they can think of is somebody who's been the only that there. Any other example you can think of?

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Why do we expect the management to take care of everything? Why do we expect the cleaners to take care of everything? If we're making a mess, we should clean it. Anything else that you can think?

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Yes, I was waiting for somebody to say that. The way that we use the washrooms we do we do. We splashed all over the countertop. And even though we can clean account drops at the end, we don't do that. Similarly, leaving toilet paper around, not flushing the toilet. I mean, how long does it take to flush the toilet? How hard is it? Do you have to pour a bucket full of water? No, all you have to do is just move your hand slightly. That's it. But doing these things, what happens? The machine is made physically dirty, physically repulsive, and people don't like to come to the masjid.

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Sometimes people move the furniture, move the chairs for their own convenience. And what happens is that, for example, in the masjid, there are chairs, and people are supposed to come in prayer, whether they're older people who are not able to stand in prayer who need to sit and pray when they come, there are no changes. And what do they think? Forget it, I won't go again, I'll just bring it home.

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Many times people don't watch their children and their children go on knocking everything down, writing on the walls, dirtying the carpets, leaving a mess.

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So this is all physical.

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Yes, similarly, people don't put their shoes in an organized way. On the shoe shelves. People don't do that. They just leave them because you know on the floor because they're in a hurry, they want to catch tomorrow. And in that process, they give so much idea to other people. Similarly, not turning the cell phone off. People are praying and the phone is buzzing, or the phone is so loud and sometimes there's music playing. I mean, you're listening to the Quran and you listen to the music at the same time.

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So this is the first type. The second type of asset is the intangible facade, for example, that in the masjid, what is the purpose that Allah subhanaw taala should be mentioned when people come, they should develop more laferla? Well, when people come, it makes no difference to their email.

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They listen to an entire hookah, they listen to an entire speech, but it doesn't affect them in any way whatsoever.

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Similarly, people want to come and study their Dean. They try to come in the evenings or try to come in the weekends but the machine is locked. There's nobody to teach their children to put on this is also intelligible for them. Similarly, there's less talk about the theme and there is more talk about other issues. Or there is fighting, there is argument amongst the people. A person comes to the masjid for the first time. And for a woman she just embraced Islam a week ago, or she's hasn't been a practicing Muslim up until now. So she's not wearing the hijab. And what is she told?

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Sister You must not come to the masjid without your hijab and put this hijab on and there's a bookstore right there. You can purchase hijab from there.

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I mean, she's come for the first time, let her come. But I got used to it, that her pray, and eventually other things will come. Similarly, if a person comes in, he's praying in a different way, he's humiliated in public.

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If he's praying in a different way, he's humiliated in public. Or if a person comes and tries to fix the rows, what happens? He's humiliated in public.

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So these actions, what do they do? They chase the people away from the machine. They don't want to come to the masjid. And as a result, the masjid becomes empty.

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So, one very important thing that we must do is that we should be welcoming. We should welcome people who come to the masjid. We learned that in the previous ayah, that you said, the Christians are wrong. The Christian said, the Jews are wrong. And the people who don't know the same, we are right, everybody else is wrong. So what is that sectarianism, dividing ourselves into groups, not accepting other people.

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And if we're in a particular mustard if we belong to a particular mustard and a person of another mustard, a person is clearly visibly belonging to another group, another sect, what do we do?

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We don't even smile at them. We don't even look at them, or this person is from that school. They're from that machine. They're from that sect. So being welcoming is something that is very important.

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Similarly, another form of intangible facade is making noise, while people are bringing,

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that's a lot of times when people are supposed to be praying, other people are talking. And this is something that we as women have to be very careful about, especially over here because sometimes the Juma what was going on but you masala is going on and for not praying, we're sitting at the back and we're just talking, you know that during the hook, but a person is not even allowed to tell the other person to be quiet

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during the hook, but we are not allowed to talk at all. We can't even say to another person be quiet. How can we talk about so many other things? So when people are talking too much when there's so much noise when you can't concentrate in a football? What do people think? Forget it, I'm not going over there. wasafi Harada and therefore, the masajid become empty, not respecting the Muslim, not respecting the people who pray

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and it becomes a slumber party.

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Sometimes people they form their affiliations with certain Masjid and they spread rumors about other Masjid or they say that if you go there, you will not be accepted. This question is only for Pakistanis. This much of is only for somebody. I mean, where did this group thing come from? This is not the way of the believers were piloted here who do lasered in Asana and Shay will call it a nesara. Laser to the

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masjid belongs to who? Allah subhanaw taala it's masajid of Allah, not your machine and my machine. inshallah will read in the next time we're in that hill machico, Wilma.

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So, Masada there used to spread our own personal motives. And we forget the greater goal. We forget that mustard was built so that people can worship Allah, not so that your numbers will grow, not that people like you more.

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So we see over here the two things are condemned. The first thing is that Who is the most unjust person, the one who stops people from remembering Allah in the massage, and secondly, a person who strives in making the massage of Allah, empty, or in making the massage of Allah, destroyed and ruined.

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And we see many examples of this from our history. For example, before the birth of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Abra, what did he do? What did he try to do? He came to Makkah why, in order to destroy the Kaaba. Why? So that people would come to his temple, and they would not go to the Kaaba to worship.

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We learned in certain field is number one and two. I then thought, okay, fine, I'll book it as having field and a major al Qaeda repeatedly. Have you not considered how your Lord dealt with the companions of the elephant? Did he not make their plan into misguidance. So if a person strives physically to destroy the machine, who is harming

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also we learn that application of today via what happened when the prophet SAW a lot of sort of endo Muslims, when they were all going to Makkah to perform Umrah. The people of Mecca did not allow them and as a result, the Treaty of Abia was made. So they were literally physically prevented.

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from going to the house of Allah and performing the AMA

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also we see that this didn't just happen, you know with our history but it also happened with the history of the Bani Israel. We see that the Romans, they attacked the vital muchness and it is said that literally, they destroyed the machine, they burnt it down, the dodo was burnt, and things that were hot on there were thrown all over the machine.

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So this is what Sofie Harada striving in order to destroy the machine.

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Allah says Allah Ecuador's, who does Allegra refer to? Those people who do such those people who stop others from the masjid of Allah, those who do not fulfill the purpose of the masjid such people make Canada home It is not for them meaning it is not permissible for them. I hear the Hulu her that the entry yeah the Hulu is from Dan Harmon the hood which means to enter.

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So for such people, it is not appropriate for them it is not permissible for them to enter the mustard in there hi Ethan except as one to fear Allah.

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hyenas are plural of the word high if and high if is from New fetters. What do you think?

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Call welfare. How is fear hot if is one who fears

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so for such people it is not appropriate for them to enter the machine except in a state of fear.

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What is mean by this?

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This is understood in two ways. First of all, those people who enter the masjid with this intention to destroy the masjid, to chase the people away. They have no right to enter the masjid. They have no permission to enter the masjid.

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And if they have to, they should only enter with health with fear.

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Secondly, this is understood as that such people they should not have entered the masjid with arrogance. They should not have entered the masjid with the intention of you know spreading facade or destroying the masjid or stopping the people from remembering Allah. But instead, they should have entered the masjid with the fear of Allah.

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So what do we learn from this? That when we go to the masjid? What should the state of our heartbeat fear of Allah that I'm going to the masjid and I should be careful that I do not do anything that Allah subhanaw taala dislikes. When I pray, I hope that my prayer will be accepted. When I recite the Quran, I hope that my recitation will be accepted.

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Similarly, when I worship Allah soprano Tada, I should make sure that my worship is free from showing off.

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When we enter the masjid, our heart should be filled with the fear of Allah.

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Lonely dunya physiol. For them in this world is humiliation for who? For those who do these two things, for them, there's humiliation in the dunya, one after the other. And for them in the Hereafter, there is a great punishment, or leamas from the room fetters I for me, and the word Arlene was used for something that is big, in its size. And it's also very tough, very strong, very solid. So for them is a punishment that is a lien, meaning it is extremely heavy,

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it is very great compared to the punishment of the dunya.

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So we see over here, that a person who causes loss to the masjid will have double punishment, he will have punishment in the dunya and you will also have punishment in the hereafter.

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Who, those who stop others from the masjid, those who make the masjid empty, those who do not fulfill the purpose of the masjid, for them, there is punishment.

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So, what do we learn from this ayah?

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First of all, we see that there are different levels of wrong actions. There are different degrees of wrong actions.

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Just as there are different degrees of good deeds. Similarly, there are different degrees of wrong actions.

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One person is wanting, and another person is.

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Over here who has mentioned, I'll learn not just one who does wrong, but one who does most wrong.

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One who is most unjust.

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Also we see in this ayah that masajid are sacred places. They have been called massage the law, the masjid of Allah, mosques of Allah. They

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belong to Allah. So what is the purpose of the machine

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that Allah should be remembered? When a person comes to the masjid, they should come closer to them.

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Also, we see over here that doing anything that would cause the masjid to become empty the mustard to become unpopulated is something that is forbidden whether it is not cleaning the countertops or the washroom areas, or it is leaving garbage around, or it is coming to the machine with dirty socks, or it is coming to the machine, after eating onions and garlic with a bad breath.

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Any deed like this, that chases people away, that turns people off, that turns people away from coming to the masjid is an act that is forbidden is an act that is incorrect. It does not suit a believer to do that.

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Also, we've seen this ayah that when there's a sin that is committed against Allah, and also which is committed against the people, then there is double punishment. Because we see over here, what is being condemned is stopping the people from remembering a lot in the machine. So this is a sin against Allah wasafi habia destroying the machine physically, this is an injustice against the people. So when there is a sin that is committed against Allah and the people, then the punishment is double, then the punishment is terrible. Indonesia and the

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federal law says well in law Hill machico one and two alive along the east and the west Linda for Allah. Islam gives the meaning of if the sauce of specification meaning it only belongs to him what belongs only to Allah. The machinic Anima hurry.

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Masha is from the root letters, Shin bra cough, Cipro cough and mush must get Masjid is a place of such the mush, Ric is the place of shuru what is

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the rising weather it is the rising of the sun or particular star of the moon whatever. So, the East belongs to a last

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one Muslim, Muslim mushrik again, this is a noun that gives me enough time and place my rib is the place or time of group what is group setting the setting of the sun for example.

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So, the east and the west they belong to Allah, what does it mean by this, that the entire world with all of its directions, it belongs to who it belongs to the last panel data the east and the west belongs to wonder.

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Also we learned from this that every machine and every movement whether it is of the sun, or the stars or the moon, whatever, every machine and every muffler it belongs to belongs to a muscle.

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When we think of a machine, what do we think of my machine for the machine?

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The machine of this particular group or machine of that particular group, the machines in North America or the masjid in South Asia? This is what we think.

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And also we think that the entire Deen is limited to the masjid alone within it. We also think that the entire Deen is limited to the masjid alone. Why is it that when we think of praying family, we only think of the masjid and we don't think of our rooms, our houses because we have limited ibadah to the masjid only.

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Yes, we bother is to be performed at the place that is designated for a brother. But it doesn't mean that you don't worship Allah elsewhere.

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It doesn't mean that you don't worship Allah elsewhere.

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Allah is the owner of Mashiach and Mahara the east and the west. Everything belongs to him. wherever we are, we have to worship Allah.

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Whether we are in the West, or we're in the east, whether we are in the North America or we are in South Asia, whether we are in Saudi or in the US, wherever we are, when we land masuku the entire creation belongs to Allah. So wherever I am, who am I supposed to worship? Allah subhanaw taala

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for ainoa to Alou, so wherever you altern to undo is from the root letters. Welcome. Yeah. So wherever you turn meaning whatever direction you face, which ever direction you turn to further my wedge, hello. Then there is the face of Allah. Notice the word some it's not filmer okay? So much means that

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Some means there, okay. Some is used as a shadow, just as a word velika or had What? What is it useful to point out to something

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thumb is also used to point towards something. But in particular, it is used to point at a particular place, and a particular place at a particular direction, not a thing

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velika can be used to point to a book, it can be used to point to a person or table, a building, but thumb is used to point to a particular place or location, but direction.

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So, wherever your turn to phenomenological, London there is the face of Allah. What does that mean by this, then there is a face of Allah,

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meaning them there in that place, is a loss of predator. What does it mean by this doesn't mean that I was physically present over there know, what it means is that that place also belongs to Allah.

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That place also belongs to Allah, He knows what is going on over there.

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It doesn't mean physically is there, we can't restrict Allah subhanaw taala to, you know, Lumia to a physical place. But what it means is that he knows exactly what is going on over there. And all of this belongs to Allah subhanaw taala. Now, as for the reason of revelation for this ayah there are several opinions. First of all, it has been said that it was there was a group of companions, who were traveling with the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And when the night fell, they couldn't figure out which direction the Qibla was. So each person, what did they do? They breed this or that. And afterwards, in the morning, they realized that the direction that they prayed in was incorrect. And

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when they went up to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then this I was revealed that, to Allah belongs to the east and the west, wherever you face, Allah subhanaw taala is there meaning if you worship Allah subhanaw taala facing a particular direction and not in other direction, it doesn't mean that your prayer is not going to be accepted.

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This doesn't mean that we don't care about the Qibla.

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This is not what this means. What this means is that if by mistake, according to your best ability, according to your best judgment, you decided that okay, this is the thing that you face in that way. And afterwards, much later, you figure out okay, that was incorrect, then it's okay. Or if there's no way of you to figure out the correct problem. Sometimes, you know, the sky is cloudy, you can't figure out which way the sun is, it's a completely new place, you don't have a compass, what are you going to do? You're not going to pray? No, you are going to pray. Okay. So, wherever you face, Allah is there, this is one opinion. Secondly, it has been said that the Muslims, initially they were told

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to face Jerusalem in Salah as their ebla. And later on the trigger was changed to the carbon.

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And at this What happened? The My name is Ryan the hood, they became very, what did they do?

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They started questioning the believers like what is this you start changing your ways. So then this I was revealed, that Allah is not restricted to a specific direction or pace, that you only face the machine or you only face the mother in order to worship Allah know, wherever you are, you should worship Allah. What is the focus the obedience of Allah

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in the law hiawassee earlier Indeed, Allah is all embracing and also use always all knowing the names of Allah subhanaw taala. Where Sarah and are the

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worse here is from the root fetters well seen I was and what that means capacity. It is used for something that is broad for something that has a lot of capacity inside. So last year, is one that has a lot of wasa one that is very vast. What does that mean by that?

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Allah subhanaw taala is Wes here in two ways. First of all, it is control

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in his control, that he is the one who encompasses everything and everyone,

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everything and everyone is under who almost

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secondly, a loss of predator is worse here, in his Sleaford, in his attributes, what does he mean by that? But for example, the aim of Allah is not limited. The knowledge of Allah is not restricted but rather it is vast it encompasses everything and everyone. Similarly, the qudra of Allah the ability of Allah it is not limited, it is not restricted. It encompasses everything in everyone. Similarly, Allah's mercy allows forgiveness. It is not limited, it is not restricted

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is where sir? And he's also ID What does it mean by our name? That he has complete knowledge of everyone everything.

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So, what do we learn from this ayah

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the first lesson that we learn is that sometimes you go to a place, you go to a particular place and you cannot figure out what the problem is. So, in such a situation, the person should not leave his salon, but according to his best judgment, he should figure out what the problem is, and he should reform this sooner. For example, you will be traveling on the plane, okay? And you can't figure out right. So, in this situation, you pray in whatever direction you find to be the Qibla and you pray in that direction.

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Also, we learn from this ayah that to Allah belongs the east and the west.

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So wherever we are, who should we obey?

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his kingdom, his rule is not limited to either the east or the west. So whether we are in the east or we are in the West, we are supposed to obey Allah.

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Many times, when we are in a particular country, we will pray the Salah, we will wear the hijab, we will give this a god we will do this, we will do that. But when we're in another land, what will we do?

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What will we do?

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We leave everything saying that, you know, this is not really a Muslim land, no, you are worshipping Allah. And Allah controls everything. Eliza Malik of everything.

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Also, we see from this ayah the vastness of Allah subhanaw taala His attributes and his knowledge.

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Allah tells us and sort of Allah Amman is number five in the Lucha Libre fairlady show you in front of the will emphysema, indeed from Allah, nothing is hidden in the earth, nor in the heaven.

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Nothing in the heavens or the earth is hidden from the last predator. Also, we learned sort of off it is number 19. Yamaha are unique or metaphysical dude, he knows that which deceives the eyes and what the hearts conceal, sort of half it. And it also Allah says is sort of off. Number 16. When nurlan will matter to us, this will be enough soon. And we know exactly what the soul of a person whispers to him. So Allah is less here. And he is it. He knows us.

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Despite these great attributes, what is the injustice of the people? Do the people recognize that as he is? No. What do they do? They say that he has a son. Well, Carlos de haut Allahu Allah, they say that Allah has taken a son

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who say, the Jews, the Christians, the mushrikeen, all of them, they would say it the hood, Allahu Allah. Allah has a child.

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Now the word wallet, generally it is translated as a son, but the word wallet from the root letters well then that is an essence.

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And remember, it's engines it can be used for singular, it can be used for duel, it can be used for plural, it can be used for masculine, it can also be used for feminine. So they say that Allah has a child.

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Why is this word used?

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Because the Jews, they would say Allah has a son, the Christians, they would say Allah has a son. And then when she can, they would say that Allah has daughters.

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For example, we learned in sort of the filbur is number 16. Allah says, we'll call it the via hoodoo Rosa. You don't even have law. That you say that as a who was a messenger of Allah is the son of Allah.

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Some of them they will believe that he was the son of Allah and the Jews, they would also say that we meaning people, we the Jews, we are the sons of Allah, national urbanite Allah were Hebrew, they will also think that we are the sons of them.

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Also, what are the nesara and mercy Luma and the Christians would say that the Messiah meaning reciting center is the center.

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So they would say this, that Allah subhanaw taala has a child

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and the people of Mecca the machine, they would also say that the angels they are the daughters of Allah now with a built

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into the eye number 57. We learn we're Dr. Luna Lila Hill burner, and they ascribe to Allah, daughters, they ascribed to Allah daughters.

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But what we see is that Allah subhanaw taala greatly dislikes that a person ascribes a child to him.

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Allah does not have children. He does not have a child. He does not have a son.

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And he dislikes if anybody at all says that Allah has a child.

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For example, there's a hadith that is mentioned in the Hadith. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah subhanaw taala says, the son of Adam tells a lie against me, though he has no right to do so. And he abuses me, the son of Adam, meaning the human being, he abuses me, though he has no right to do so. As for his stunning ally against me, it is that he claims that I cannot recreate him, as I created him before.

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And as for his abusing me, it is his statement that I have children. No, glorified I am, I am far from taking a wife or offspring. So what does this tell us? That when a person says that Allah has a child, what is he doing? He is abusing Allah, he's insulting.

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insulting anyone is incorrect, but insulting the Lord of the worlds, the Creator of the heavens and the earth. That is absolutely wrong.

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Also, we learn from spirit Miriam is 88 to 90. And they say that the Most Merciful has taken for himself a son. Allah says that you have done an atrocious thing by saying that Allah has a son, you have done something that is atrocious. How atrocious is it? That the heavens almost rupture the from the heavens that you see above you, they would almost break apart because of what you're saying. And the Earth would split open because of the gravity of the statement. And the mountains collapse in devastation.

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Imagine it's a big statement, what that allows a child that they attribute to the Most Merciful assign and it is not appropriate for the Most Merciful, that he should take a son. There is no one in the heavens and earth, but that he comes to the Most Merciful as a servant.

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So they say that Allah has a child, Allah says Suba Hannah, who Glorified is He. So behind, as we have done the word Musab be who the angel said that we do, you're the spear. So, behind it from the root letter is seen bare hands, it is a little better is seen

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and what the server has literally mean to float or to fly to swim.

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And then the word server hand is used for removing something far away from someone.

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So beheren is an expression which gives a meaning that Allah subhanaw taala is free from and high above what he is free from, and he is high above all kinds of associativity

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meaning there is no one that can be associated with him.

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He is far above any association. Also, he is far above any undefined attributes.

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Super Hannah who he is far above having a child, he is far above having this undefined attribute of having a child. So for Hannah, who, Bella who manifests meletios rather, To Him belongs whatever that is in the heavens and the earth.

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What does well do? it negates the previous statement. So what he's been negating over here, that they say he has a son, no, he does not have a child lahoma is similar to or To Him belongs the heavens and the earth. Notice, no, this lamb again is of if the sauce and it is also forbidden here. It is for possession, as well as specification, that it is only he who owns none but him. It is only he who owns what manifests and what you will or what ever that is in the heavens and the earth. What is in the heavens in the earth. What isn't the heavens in the earth, things that are living and things that are lifeless. So everything in the heavens and the earth belongs to who belongs to

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Allah, how that he is their Creator, and he is their owner.

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How First of all, that he is their Creator. And secondly, that he is their owner and that he is their Lord, and everything else is a servant to Allah.

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And if everything belongs to Allah, everything in the heavens in the earth, including people, they are what they are the possession of a law, then what does that mean?

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That they cannot be his children.

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Angels, who are the creation of Allah? How can they be the children of Allah?

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He said, Islam, Crusader in Islam, who are the creation of Allah? How can they be children of Allah? It's not possible.

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It's like you say that I own a pen, and it's my child. Is that ever possible? No. First of all, because you own the pen, your own your children. And also, there is no biological connection between the two of you. I mean, the pen is something completely different, and you are something completely different.

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Allah is Holic, he is Malik, and we are all his servants. We are on Luke we are on his creation. So how can something created be the child of someone who is creator, there is no similarity between the two.

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You cannot say that you know, a chair is your child or houses your child you call it there's absolutely no biological connection between the two of you.

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So, by law, whomever is somehow it will or rather To Him belongs everything that is in the heavens, and the earth and kundala who carry on all of them, who this can refer to everything in the heavens and the earth or know who to him on the tune, once were devoutly obedient.

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The word monotone is a plural of on and on it is one who has to know

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who is calling.

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One who has pollute

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and connotation newsletters

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for notes literally means to be obedient. What does it mean? to be obedient?

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But what kind of obedience is this?

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It is to be obedient with humility

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with submissiveness.

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You see, sometimes a person obeys another, but he's not humble to them at all. Right?

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corner is to be obedient and humble at the same time.

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Also, to note is to be obedient constantly, continuously,

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not just once or twice, not just here or there, but constantly, all the time, every time

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and also for notes is to be obedient with calmness. What does that mean by calmness, that a person is focused on the one whom he is obeying? He is content is focused. He's not thinking about other things. So for example, Salah prayer in which we're supposed to have galoot, what does it mean, that we don't just pray here or there, but it means that we pray continuously, constantly, have a long career, and in the Salah, be humble, and have some calmness don't move too much. Don't think about other things. So this is the literal meaning of the word pollute.

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And the river that cannot is of two types. kulu is of two types. The first type of connote is

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our meaning gender, what is that? It is the humility and submission of everything in the heavens and the earth to unlock the planet.

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For example, the rocks, the sun, the moon, the rivers, the water, everything is in constant obedience to Allah. So

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imagine, if, in one situation, the water that you're drinking is water, and another time it turns into something else.

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That it's completely unpredictable. Similarly, you can open an apple and inside it's an orange, does that happen?

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There are laws of nature, that Allah subhanaw taala has fixed and the creation abides by that laws, and they're abiding by those laws is what they're called. They're submissiveness. They're humility, their obedience to a loss of predator.

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Similarly, the sun rises every single day from its particular point. All of this is what the entire creation is in obedience to Allah, even the disbelievers those who don't believe in the last panel, those who do not obey Allah, how are they includes to Allah, they cannot escape the will of Allah. They cannot escape the rule of Allah. If they try to escape the heavens and the earth can they know if a person is supposed to die in a particular time? He says no, no, I don't want this decision of Allah can they know?

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So first of all, cannot is that which is on it is general. The second type of connote is Hoss. It is a specific it is a special kind of group.

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What is that? It is,

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it is worship.

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For example, we learnt in sort of the Zuma ironite Allah says, a man who have gone into enter and made saggi then walk on the one who is on it, meaning the one who is obedient, when in the hours of the night, how doing such that and standing in Salah. So we see that connote is of two types. Over here, Allah says kololo cartoon, everything is obedient to Him. What does it mean by this? This has been understood in two ways. First of all, Colin has been understood as the entire creation method somehow it was everything that happens in the earth. They are finely tuned to Allah. What does anyone call it on them? There are

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everyone is in humidity and submissiveness and obedience to Allah subhanaw taala.

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Secondly, if we take Cologne, to be those who have been associated as the children of Allah, for example, a side hustler, Crusader Salah, similarly the angels of Allah, they are what they are devoutly obedient to Allah, they worship of Allah. So how can someone who worships Allah, be the child of Allah?

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Isa, worship Allah, Crusader, listen, worship Allah, the angels, they worship and obey Allah. So how can they be the children of Allah?

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Who is Allah,

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He is the deer, he is the originator of what XML what he will have the heavens and the earth.

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But there is some new fetters that that I that that I

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add the word literally means to make something for the first time without a previous specimen that existed before without something similar, existing before it.

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For example, when you make something such as, you know, a particular kind of food, okay, you always get those ideas from what,

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from some food that you ate before, isn't it? But, but there is used for one who create something whose specimen never existed before. Nothing like it existed before it is something unique, it is something completely new, nothing like it existed before.

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So there is no exemplary precedent, before the word

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innovation is from the same root. Why? Because it is something that is completely new. It is an innovation in the day, nothing like it was known at the time of the Prophet sort of artists, Allah. I mean, they didn't do it.

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So Allah is the veneer of civility, we'll use the Originator of the heavens and the earth, what does it mean that he created the heavens and the earth for the first time, there was nothing like the heavens in the earth that existed before he is the originator. When we make something interesting, when we write something interesting, something that is new, we say, you know, this person is so creative.

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But this is not creativity, because we always take ideas from other things that we see. Literally, there have been studies of how two people were told to do exactly the same thing. And they weren't told what they were doing. But because they had been seeing the same things before their end product was very similar. Why? Because these are the same things. And so it affected what they did a lot is the idea of the heavens and

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what are called the ombre and when he decrees a matter other is from the root letters are bought

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and other is to make a final decision concerning something to make a final judgment concerning something.

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So what he does,

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when he decrees or matters, meaning when he makes a final decision about something or when he intends to do something for in ma akula who then indeed you only says to it can be for yakun and it becomes the words gone and your corner or from the root letters gaff well known.

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So when he decides to do something, all he does is he says can be for your corner and it becomes notice the fell over you forgives meaning of immediately without delay. Within moments, it happens. But the question is, why is this mentioned over here? Well, it Aqaba, Omron fair enough I have to confess when he wishes to do something, he only says B and it becomes why is this mentioned over here.

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The people would say that Eastern Islam is the son of Allah and the justification that

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would give her that was that he doesn't have a father, and Allah center, Elias his father.

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But what does Allah say? That it's not difficult for a lot to create a human being without a father? I mean, today, animals are cloned,

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literally animals are cloned, do they have their parents? Do they have a mother and a father? No. So isn't it possible for an animal to exist without a mother and father through cloning, for example, it is possible. So is it not possible for Allah to create something that you know to create a human being without a father, of course, it is possible for him, if he can create the heavens and the earth in a new way, in a way that never existed before? Can he not create a human being in a new way? Of course he can.

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Allah tells us into an alien eye number 59. In the manner he says, in the law, he cannot any other

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indeed the example of a salesianum in the sight of Allah is like that of pattern Hanako momento Robin, so makalah, who can, who He created him from dust, then he said to him be, and he was

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Adam, I said, I was created without a mother and a father. Allah made him from dust, and he said, Be and he came to life. So for he Sorry, I said, I'm also proud that He created him only from his mother unless I'd be and he became, if Allah can create Adam, without any parents, it is not difficult for him to create a listener without a father.

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And also we see over here that the creation of the heavens and the earth as mentioned, I mean, creating them is much greater than creating this one person without the Father.

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into the Prophet, I have 57, Allah says, the whole Kasama YT will are the actual mean helping us the creation of the heavens and the earth is greater than the creation of mankind. But most of the people do not know

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the creation of the heavens and the earth is much greater than the creation of mankind.

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So what do we learn from these verses? First of all, we see the power of a loss,

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that nothing at all is difficult for him.

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Also, we see that everything in the heavens and the earth is fine, it's to Allah is obedient to Allah is following the laws that Allah Subhana Allah has made for that particular creation.

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So for us, for human beings, Allah has also given us certain rules, what are we supposed to do? have gone

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not just the arm canoed but the house kulu we should worship Allah subhanaw taala we should obey Him in the way that he wants us to.

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Also we see that in these verses, what has been completely negated is that Allah Subhana Allah has a child, it has been completely negated. He cannot have a child because he is the Malik. He is the Holic. There is some form of similarity between the parent and the child. But Allah is the only Holic and everything else, all human beings, there must look the angels there must know so they cannot be the children of Allah. Similarly, colocado everyone is humbled to Allah, how can a child be included to the parent? Similarly, Allah is by Dr. smls evil, if he can create the heavens and the earth, without a previous sample that existed, he can create a person without a father. So it's

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not necessary that that person is a child of Allah. So we see that in these verses what has been completely negated is the concept of ascribing children to almost a parent.

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That's listen to the recitation of these verses.

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the long way a

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do the law

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Well, Paul,

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Master, He's the owner of everything. He doesn't need children. He doesn't have the need to have a child. People have children. Why? So that there is somebody who can help them. There's somebody who can support them who can take care of them.

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It gives them the sense of, you know, I have children. And previously, in the ancient times, people needed manpower which is why they needed children. But Allah subhanaw taala is above such weaknesses. He has everything. He doesn't need a child, only human beings only creation, they need children. Allah does not need children. So saying that Allah is a child is something that is completely wrong, logically, and also in the Sharia, as we have been taught,

Al-Baqarah 113-121 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 113-117

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