Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L019B

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Al-Baqarah 130-141 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 130-136

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I'm going to share James Smith there have recommended for him

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a number 131 male lover. I'm miletti, Ibrahima, Illinois and Sophie Hannah.

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And who would be averse to the religion of Abraham? Are you similar, except one who makes a fool of himself? What are the stuff I know of it dunia and we had chosen him in this world. What in know who Phil irati lemina, sila hain. And indeed he in the hereafter will be among the righteous. So who would turn away from the religion of Ibrahim? Except someone who is really harming himself except someone who is being foolish

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woman? And who money over here is for the purpose of stfm meaning is for the purpose of question. And remember, that questions are not always such the demand and answer. There are also rhetorical questions over here, MN is a rhetorical question. It's different Dockery

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why to awaken the listener to make the listener

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Look carefully into what is being said.

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And over here, man is not just a rhetorical question, but it is also for the purpose of reproach It is also for the purpose of Toby.

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So who would turn away meaning none would turn away? And if someone turns away, then indeed, he is being foolish.

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And this style of speech is to distance the listener from ever doing such a thing,

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who would turn away from the religion of Ibrahim except someone who is very foolish, when you hear this automatically, what do you think I would never do such a thing.

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So, this style of speech is used, why in order to distance the listener from ever doing such a thing, from ever turning away from the way of Ibrahim wrestler,

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man Yo, yo, is from the roof fetters bra line. But rah

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rah means to incline toward something, it means to incline towards something, to turn one's attention and focus towards something

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like we learn what are bigger follow up and towards your Lord then inclined, meaning turn to him pay attention to him, focus on him. So, this is the literal meaning of the word.

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When the word

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is followed by and like over here, you see Yakubu on it means to turn away from something

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to be averse to something

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to show aversion to something to dislike something

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when the word rava is followed by

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remember, that in the Arabic language words, they have basic meanings, and when you add certain words with them, they give a complete different meaning to the word

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just as an English when you add certain prepositions the meaning changes. For example, put in put off,

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put away, but on, when you add these prepositions on in off, it changes the meaning of the workbook right. So similarly, in the Arabic language when you add prepositions such as on fee, B, then the meaning changes. So raba primarily means to turn towards something, to pay attention to something, and when it is followed by an it means the exact opposite, to turn away from something to dislike something to have no interest in something.

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But remember, this is always deliberate.

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So you're horrible. And he turns away from meaning he deliberately leaves he deliberately abandons he dislikes. He doesn't have any interest in

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in what miletti Ibrahim? The way of Ibrahim at his center.

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Remember the word Miller is from the roof letters mean Lan Lan, and the word Mila is used for a religion or creed.

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that a person follows and the word Miller also applies to a religious community, meaning followers of a particular faith.

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So over here, Miller awful. Ibrahim bridezilla. What is the mill of Ibrahim ursuline the way of Abraham Renison the Dean of Abraham and his son. The religion of Abraham right is on the practice of Ibrahim Ernestina.

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What was that?

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The way of submission to Allah,

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the way of Islam, the way of sincerity. So a lot of questions over here who would turn away from their religion of Ibrahim or they said I'm which is the way of submission to Allah in them and Sufi have said, except for someone who is being foolish, except for someone who is making a fool of himself.

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The word Sofia is from the roof letters seen for her, seen for her suffer,

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and suffer have means foolishness. We have done the word a sofa her earlier in the context of the moon, Africa, those who are foolish

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suffer this foolishness and Sufi her the verb that you see over here. It means to indulge in foolishness, to indulge in stupidity, to make a fool of oneself.

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Remember, that's a fair is the opposite of rush.

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Rush is guidance.

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What is rushed guidance. It is used for the majority of a person's mind. When a person is mature, when a person is rightly guided

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to suffer is the exact opposite of that. What is it? When a person is not using his mind?

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When he's not being serious about something he's being foolish, he's indulging in stupidity.

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And remember that there are two reasons behind suffer. There could be two reasons behind foolishness.

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One is that a person is ignorant.

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A person doesn't know

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because of lack of knowledge.

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And secondly, the second reason could be that a person has little understanding.

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What is it? A person has little understanding about something.

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So when a person either he doesn't know, or he doesn't fully know about something, he's not serious with what he's dealing with. He doesn't take it seriously.

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So suffer is foolishness. That is with ignorance. That is with negligence. So over here, Ally's questioning us who would turn away from the religion of Ibrahim are they silent, except for the one who Sufi Han upset except for the one who revealed himself to be a fool,

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except for the one who is becoming a fool.

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Now what does it mean by Sufi Han? epsa? Who nappsa who? himself? What is an inverse Sufi have some suffering? And if so, who has been understood as First of all,

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that mn sephia feen FC, meaning a person who is foolish and ignorant, concerning himself

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a person who is foolish and ignorant concerning himself.

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What have we been created for?

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worshipping the last time?

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A person who doesn't worship Allah, a person who doesn't submit to Allah? What is he doing? He's not fulfilling the purpose of his life.

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So Sufi Han upset, meaning the one who ignores that his soul has been created to worship Allah and that it is obliged to worship Him.

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So in other words, he is ignorant of what is necessary for himself.

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Just imagine

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any gadget, any machine and if it is not used for its purpose, what's happening to it.

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Either it's going to be misused, or it's going to just sit there, rust decay, it's going to finish, right? Because the purpose for which it was made it was not used.

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so it is being wasted. someone suffering and upset is the one who does not have any self awareness.

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The one who does not have any self awareness.

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Secondly, others have said that man suffering and upset means that a person who is treating himself with foolishness.

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A person who is treating himself with foolishness.

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Imagine a machine and a person is treating it with foolishness, meaning he's not using it properly. Instead of putting dishes in the dishwasher, he puts clothes in the dishwasher. What is he going to do? He's going to ruin the machine. He's going to ruin his clothes. Right? So similarly, when Sophie Hannah upset is the one who is degrading his soul.

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The one who is destroying his soul, the one who is harming himself.

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The only person who would turn away from the way of Ibrahim alayhis salam is the one who is ignorant concerning himself

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is the one who is wasting himself is the one who is destroying himself is the one who is being a fool. Who is acting like a fool.

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He doesn't have any self awareness.

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Now the question is, what is the way of Ibrahim A sinner?

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The way we Brahim Edison

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was the way of the heat

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was the way of worshipping Allah soprano data alone

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was the way of doing everything sincerely for the sake of Allah.

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His way was the way that was free from

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free from worshiping or serving others.

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So his way was the way of a floss. It was the way of sincerity.

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We learned so little and I number 79

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Ibrahim or his son um said

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in me what just what did you hear the levee? photogra somehow it was Oprah hanifa warmer and Amina was shaking.

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Indeed, I have turned my face toward he who created the heavens and the earth inclining toward truth. And I am not of those who associate others with Allah.

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So what was the way of Ibrahim right his center, the way of submitting to the Lord of the worlds

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He is the one who created the heavens and the earth. He is the one who created me. So it is he who has the exclusive right of being worshipped.

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It is he who deserves my loyalty.

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It is he whom I must return to in the times of difficulty.

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So his way was the way of sincerity. The way of loyalty to our last panel that

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we learned in sort of the legend is number 37. Allah subhanaw taala says whatever Rahim and love you affair, and Ibrahim and SLM who fulfilled his obligations to Allah.

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So it was a hearing a sound was someone who acknowledged a loss of panel data as his Lord. And then he did not turn away from obeying a law.

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He fulfilled his obligations to his Lord.

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And because this was the way we brought our humaneness Allah, Allah liked his way.

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Allah approved of the way of Ibrahim,

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Allah like history. Allah liked his Islam. Allah like his worship of Allah alone.

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And because Allah like the wave Ibrahim or the sinner, he also commanded Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam to follow the wave Ibrahim A listener.

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We learn in solitude, and am I number 161. The profits or losses cinemas commanded fall in many hi Daniel upbeat it as little thing was stepping.

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Say, indeed minority has guided me to a straight bath, Dean and piano a correct religion. Military evolution Ibrahima hanifa. The way of Ibrahim alayhis salam inclining. toward truth. One American immediate wished he came and he was not among those who

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associated others with Allah.

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So we learned that the way of Ibrahim or listener was the way that Allah subhanaw taala liked.

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And this is why he commanded Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam as well, to follow the way of Ibrahim to teach the way of Ibrahim to promote the way of Ibrahim right. So now,

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we learned that the people of the book, the alligator, the whodunit nosara, they call themselves as the children of the prophets,

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the followers of the prophets, they associated themselves with Abraham and his center. And in fact, they were his descendants. But when it came to following religion, they didn't follow the way of Ibrahim or a Sunnah. And instead, they followed their own desires.

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They have divided the deen according to their own whims according to their own desires. And the one who was calling them to the way of Abraham and s&m? Who was he? Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, the people of the book, they refuse to follow him.

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So over here, they are being reprimanded indirectly.

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You claim to be the followers of Ibrahim wrestler. But are you really following as Oprah humanists? No, you're not. Because if you were, then you would accept the call of Mohammed sobre la jolla Sana

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because his way is the way of Ibrahim wrestler.

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And if anyone turns away from the way of Ibrahim, he is being foolish, he is wasting himself. He is harming himself. He is unaware of himself.

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We see over here in this part of the ayah that the main message is that any person who turns away from the wave Ibrahim is foolish. Why? Because a wave Ibrahim was the way off submission to Allah was the way of worshipping Allah.

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And anyone who does not worship Allah alone, what is he doing? He's being foolish, he is harming himself.

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So no matter how intelligent a person may think himself to be, no matter how knowledgeable a person may consider himself, no matter what status he has, no matter what group he belongs to, he is foolish. If he does not submit to the Lord of the worlds

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he is foolish. If he does not submit to the Lord of the worlds he is wasting himself. He is harming himself. He is ignorant of himself. If he does not submit to the Lord of the worlds

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you know these days you learn about self awareness and people go to know the giant within them and to know their abilities to develop self awareness. You cannot have self awareness until and unless you submit to Allah.

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Ibrahim is Sunnah submitted to Allah. His way got the stamp of approval. If anyone turns away from the way they put on him, he is harming himself.

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Allah says what are the stuff I never have? adonia and certainly we chose him in this world. We chose who in this world Ibrahim Hassan

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so the one who was chosen he wouldn't follow his way you wouldn't follow his footsteps

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is to find out who is the final is from the route fighters side fair. Well

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Safa which means to be pure, what does it mean to be pure?

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And is tougher is to choose the purest, just select the cleanest do choose that which is best. How is it best because it is most pure?

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You may have heard of the name Sophia. It is also from the same route. Sophia is one who is chosen.

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So it's the final we chose him. Why? Because he was very pure, because he was very sincere, because he was very loyal. Because he submitted to a last panel tada Wanaka, Stefania, houfy dunya. And how did Allah subhanaw taala choose him? How was Ibrahim alayhis salam chosen, he was made the Imam in Nigeria quite a nasty man. He was made a leader of all mankind.

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Also, Allah subhanaw taala chose him as his friend. We learned instead of to Nyssa

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Number 125 what the herd Allahu Ibrahim of Medina. And Allah took Ibrahim and his Sunnah as an intimate friend,

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as an intimate friend.

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So he was chosen, as well as a friend of Allah.

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And also he was chosen how he was given righteous offspring. He became the father of all the prophets, above and beyond. He became the father of prophets.

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Also, he was chosen, meaning he is praised. Every time that we say the truth, we send the scenario upon the prophets or about a sudden What do we say canossa. Later, either you put on him come about after either Ibrahim

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Wanaka dystrophy now dunya he was chosen in the dunya.

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If we find out about somebody who was very successful in the dunya, what do we do? What did he do? We follow His ways. Right. Ibrahim and I said I was chosen in the dunya. He was someone who was successful, you will turn away from his way.

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Only a person who is foolish will turn away from the wave Ibrahim or the center.

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What in the whole Philadelphia Latino Amina slyly hain and indeed he in the Hereafter is surely among the righteous, who is among the righteous, Ibrahim a center

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in the dounia is successful, he was chosen in the Hereafter, he will be among the Sonic.

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Sonic hain is a plural of the word Sonic. And Sonic is a new fetters solid land.

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Solid means to be right and proper. Solid is one who is good, the one who is righteous.

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So he will be among the righteous in the hereafter.

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Where will the righteous be in the hereafter

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in general,

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in the Raja to the ruler

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in the highest ranks in Paradise, Ibrahim, Hassan will be amongst them.

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So his dunya was good. And his hereafter will also be good. He was someone who was successful in this dunya and he is also going to be successful in the hereafter.

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Why? Because of what he did, because of his obedience to Allah, because of his submission to Allah. And this is the way that Allah subhanaw taala wants all of us to adopt. And if anyone does not follow the wave ebrahimian a sinner, he is harming himself. Why was it for him? Are they salon chosen? Why was he chosen? We learned from the next day is called Allah hoorah. Boo, a slim color a slim to me, when his Lord said to him, submit. And he said, I have submitted to the Lord of the worlds. Who am I your lover, our military, Ibrahima 11, Sophia nafsa.

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And who would be averse to the religion of Ibrahim except one who makes a fool of himself. Meaning a person who turns away from the way of Ibrahim or his Sunnah, which was the way of submission to Allah is only harming himself is only making a fool of himself. Because Ibrahim and his son was just fine with it. Dunya and we have chosen him in this world. Ibrahim Hassan was given a very high status was given success in the dunya he was made a leader, he was a leader of Allah was in the Whoville, irati lemina smiley hain and the hereafter, he will be among the righteous.

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So we see that the way a person is in the dunya that is how his end will be in the hereafter. Ibrahim earnest Salaam was chosen in the dunya because of his work, because of his sacrifice, and in the Hereafter, he will be chosen Why? Because of how he had lived in the dunya.

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Now why was he chosen in the dunya?

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Allah says his cornella hoorah boo Aslam. Remember, recall when your Lord said to him submit it over here has been understood in two ways. First of all, it is directly connected with the first

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one aka the Stefania, who we chose him in the dunya.

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When did we choose him? Why did we choose him? is Allah hoorah asleep? When your Lord said to him submit and he submitted that is when Ibrahim are they sit down was chosen second

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It has been said that is over here gives the meaning of

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meaning remember this incident when. So over here we see that Allah subhanaw taala is praising Ibrahim.

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Just as when we read it like someone, when we remember the good that they have done, we have very good memories of them. And we talk about them.

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Remember when they said this, remember when she brought this, remember when she did this? Similarly, a loss of Panasonic is reminding us of this particular incident. That remember, when his Lord said to him, a slim when Allah subhanaw taala set to Ibrahim, it said I'm submit, as him is from seeing land name, and Islam, as Lama useless Islam is to completely submit oneself to another.

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And it's not just submission, but it implies obedience, and humility as well.

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Because remember, that the word Muslim is used for a camel who has submitted to its master. It is humble, in the sense that it is not rebel, and it is obedient, that no matter where the master takes it, the chemicals. So a slim, Allah said to Ibrahima, they said, I'm submit, what does it mean by submit over here, meaning, obey Allah subhanaw taala

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develop Devote yourself completely to Allah subhanaw taala.

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You see, one has to have the title of being a Muslim. And the other is to submit to Allah subhanaw taala with regards to every aspect of one's life, every aspect,

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whether it is or bad, or it is, you know, earning wealth, or it is spending one's wealth, or it is dealing with one's relatives. Islam is to completely submit to the way that Allah subhanaw taala wants us to

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meaning to do something, as Allah wants us to do it. With regards to every single aspect of our lives.

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Ibrahim Hassan was don't submit. What did he do?

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On a slim to the Robben Island. He said I have submitted to the Lord of the worlds.

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We see over here, that about him and his lambs response is mentioned right away.

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And this response shows as if he did not even wait for a minute as if he didn't wait. He wasn't reluctant. He didn't question why, or how or when Allah told him Submit. And he said, I have submitted Islam to the ability.

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Now what is our reaction? When we learn of a command that Allah subhanaw taala gives us?

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If it is a simple thing, such as waking a professional breeder, do we get a right to it a slum to their ability? Or do we keep hitting the alarm clock?

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And eventually when there's five minutes left, scallop and quickly pray.

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Ibrahima Listen, I was told to submit. And he said right away Islam to the ability limit. He didn't wait. He wasn't reluctant.

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When it's the hokum of Allah, what is the command that we're given? submit? And what are we supposed to do? submit?

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Because if we even use logic, the one who created us, because he's the hub of Atomy, right? The one who created us, the one who fashioned us the one who shaped us, the one who gave us everything that we have the one who knows what is best for us, his command is going to be that which is best for us.

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Many times we do not obey right away.

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Because we fear that if we follow the command, we're going to suffer in some way or the other.

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But whose command is it? The command is of rapolano mean Rob of the world's not someone ordinary?

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So if it is he who is commanding me, his command is that which is best for me. So why hesitate?

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Why wait? Why wonder, just go into it right away.

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And even if there seems to be some temporary loss or harm, that loss or harm is only temporary.

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It's not permanent.

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And eventually, the gain the benefit is long term in submitting to a loss of pantalla.

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A lot told him submit and he said a slam to the rock

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I mean earlier we read intro to the caller ID number 112. Banner man Aslam on why'd you who they were who are Morrison fella who are you who are in the lobby? Well hopefully I know him whenever we are soon. Yes, whoever submits his face on Islam to Allah, while being a Dewar of good will have his reward with his Lord, and no fear will there be concerning them, nor will they grieve?

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So Ibrahim already said I was taught to obey and he obeyed. He was told submit, and he submitted without any reluctance, without any hesitation, without any delay.

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Ceylon tea lemina Swanee

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on, Tony,

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seeing these two verses that Ibrahima Islam's way was a way of submission to Allah.

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And this is why Allah approved of his way.

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And this is why a lot chose him. And this is why Allah has commanded us to follow his way as well.

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And anyone who does not follow the way of Ibrahim or the Sunnah, is being a fool.

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Well also be her Ibrahim will be an easy way or a coup. And it will hear so instructed his sons to do the same. And so Didier who Yeah, baniya, in the law has left our local Dean fenetre mutanda, Ella and to Simone saying, All My Sons, Indeed, Allah has chosen for you this religion, so do not die. Except while you are listening.

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Wasabi, her WhatsApp is from the roof letters. Well, solid, yeah. From the word was the year. And we'll see you is an important instruction. What is obviously an important instruction.

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And this is an important instruction that is given with a lot of emphasis.

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It is given with a lot of emphasis. How is it given with a lot of emphasis,

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just imagine an instruction that has been given, which is very important. And it's been given with a lot of emphasis how

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sometimes it is repeated over and over again.

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Sometimes the benefit is mentioned of doing it, sometimes the harm of not doing it as mentioned.

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So we see that there's repetition in it, there's warning in it, there is encouragement in it.

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And also, it is given with a lot of importance by making the other person promise that you have to do it.

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So we'll see it is an important instruction that is given with a lot of emphasis. And it is taken, it is received as a commitment by the other.

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Meaning the other person who takes this instruction commits, he promises that he will do it

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the word we'll see is also used for a will a final will, that a dying person makes or a person makes right before he dies. Why?

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Because at that particular time, whatever he says, He really means it.

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And he says it with a lot of importance.

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And other people, the relatives, what do they do, they say, these were his last words. You know, this was his wish, this is what he wanted. And we should really do it. Right. So we'll see is also used for that.

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And remember that when the word was the year was slow is followed by be like over here was saw we have, it gives the meaning of advising someone about something and making something necessary upon them.

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Reading instructing them to do it, it becomes mandatory on them to do it.

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And it's always before the situation occurs, meaning to tell them about something before the situation occurs, tell them to do something before the situation occurs. For example, a dying person says when I die then do this and this with my wife. So the instruction is given before the death.

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So this is what wasabi means. So what's our beha meaning he instantly

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Did he advised and he made this mandatory upon his children?

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I noticed the word was for there is another verbal form for the same word, which is also

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I will say is that he enjoyed and wasa is also that he enjoyed.

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But what sir is different? Why? Because what saw indicates that that action is being done repeatedly, over and over again, many, many times.

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So, over here we see what's up behind him. Abraham and his son enjoyed it enjoyed what it refers to that the Miller of Abraham and

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the way the creed of Abraham

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or it had me refer to the action of Ibrahim right insulin which was a slum to their ability.

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So wasabia Ibrahim, meaning all his life, he instructed this to his children repeatedly, many, many times, again and again, he commanded that he told him to do the same.

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This is what he commanded His children over and over again, throughout his life. Make sure you submit to Allah. Make sure you submit to Allah. Make sure you're a Muslim. Make sure you follow this way, the way of submission to Allah.

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But wasabia Ibrahima bunny.

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The word bunny as you know is a plural of

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who are the sons of Ibrahim Renison is married and is Huck.

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So we learn over here that Ibrahim alayhis salam commanded His children to also submit to Allah.

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And he commanded them not just once or twice, but he commanded them again and again, with a lot of emphasis. Why?

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Because he found this to be very important.

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When you find something very important, you make sure that your children do the same.

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When you find something very important or something very beneficial, you give it to your children as well. If you want to know the importance of something in the sight of someone or near someone, you should see if they give it to their children, if they give it to their children, you will know that they really give importance to it. And if they don't give it to their children, it shows that they don't give importance to it.

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So over here, Ibrahima Hassan had the dean, he submitted to Allah. And he desired the same for his children. He wanted his children to do the same as well. He wanted his children to submit to Allah as well. Why? Because without it, a person is making a fool of himself. A person is harming himself. A person is destroying himself. He's not fulfilling the purpose of his life.

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Who else did this? Who else commanded His children? why our coop and your coopertition? meaning your Cobra, this also commanded His children to do the same. Who was yaku Bredesen? The son of his How can insulin who was the son of Ibrahim Edison, and your Cobra insulin was what was his title is funny. So he was the father of money.

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So he did the same. What did you do? Yeah, but uh, yeah. Oh, my son's bunny. Yes. Is actually been in and yeah. burnin meaning sons. And yeah, indicating my so bunny. Yeah, my son's Oh my children. Oh, my son's in my Lucha Indeed Allah is l'affaire. He has chosen again is perfect is profane. What does it mean to choose? So is for fair he has chosen locum for you. What are they chosen for you? A Deen their religion. Allah has chosen the religion for you. Meaning Allah has chosen this been for you? Which the in which religion? The religion of submission to a loss of primal data alone the religion of the hate. The word Deen is a little clatters Dahlia known and the word Deen is used for

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religion and it is also used for Armen. It is also used for actions for better for worship.

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Otherwise we have understood the meaning of the interview represents Maliki omitting why because whatever you do now

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If you follow religion, what do you get? The armor that you do? What do you get

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recompense for it. Right?

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So in the loss of Allah, Allah has chosen to do for you.

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Now, we see over here that liberal humanism and jacobellis and I'm also because both of them said this to their children,

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the manner in which they address their children yevgeniya Oh my children. There's love, there's compassion, there's care. In this address, there is sincerity, in this address. When we want our children to do something, how do we address them, with a lot of love isn't when we really want somebody to do something, we address them with love.

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They wanted their children to submit to Allah. And so this is why they were very loving, in the manner that they address them.

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And so it becomes more necessary and mandatory upon us that when we call people to the, we should also be very gentle and loving. We shouldn't be harsh yevgeniya and what did you say to them? In the last of Allah committee,

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he didn't say, this is what I want you to do. I want you to know, Allah has chosen this theme for you.

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Allah wants you to follow this theme.

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So we see that the love of Allah is being placed in the hearts of the children,

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not their own fear, but the love of Allah,

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fellow automaton. So do not die in our unto Muslim except while you are Muslims. The motto is from the root letters mean well that Matthew Muto mode means depth.

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And notice the work the move to

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the noon at the end with the shutter.

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This gives a meaning of definitely.

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This gives the meaning of definitely.

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And when the verb de butanna is preceded by a laugh, which means not. Letter mutanda Don't you dare die.

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Don't die at all. In our anti muslim moon, except while you are in the state of submission to Allah.

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What does it mean?

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Make sure you live as a Muslim through outer life, so that when you die, you are a Muslim? Because we don't know when death is coming to us. We don't know when we're supposed to die.

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Only when we live as a Muslim? Can we make sure that we die as a Muslim?

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Because a person we know that whatever is important to a person in his life, that is what comes out at the time of death.

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There are people who love singing or love a particular thing at the time of that. That is what they're talking about. People who love their wealth, love their business at the time of their death. What are they saying?

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My wealth, my money do this do that. I don't want to lose this. So whatever is important to a person, that is what the guy upon.

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And also this indicates that letter mutanda in our anti muslim, meaning cling to Islam, stay as a Muslim, through outer life. Never leave it for even a day for even a part of a day. Leather mutanda 11 Muslim when you must not die, except in the state of Islam.

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Why? Because if a person dies in a state other than Islam, then that religion that way of life is not acceptable to Allah.

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Allah says and sort of earlier on I 85 were mania with La Valle, an Islamic dienen fillet fellow Kabbalah men who were who were filled with the middle, high ceiling, and whoever desires other than Islam as religion, never would it be accepted from him, and he in the hereafter will be among the losers.

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So we see over here that they're instructing their children. Make sure you live as a Muslim. You stay as a Muslim. You submit to Allah, and you die as a Muslim as well. Latin mutanda in our anti muslim

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then Allah subhanaw taala says, I'm condom Shahada, it held on to your approval mode. It quarterly when he met our Buddha Lombardi or were you witnesses when death approached Yaqoob at his son, when he said to his sons, what will you worship after me?

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Or I'm, as we know, when it comes at the beginning of a sentence, it is for Estefan. It is for question.

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And over here, it gives a sense of denial.

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Were you present meaning you were not present? You weren't there.

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So uncomfortable you were

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you over here refers to the bunnies for you. They

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were you show her the Shahada is a plural of Shahid, newsletters she had the

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and Shaheed are Shahid shepardize upload of Shaheed or Shahid, Shaheed or Shahid is used for a witness,

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what is it?

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It is used for a witness, someone who is present at a place and he witnesses he observes at what is happening, he sees something happened as well. So she had that over here means, where you witnesses, meaning where you're present? Did you witness the scene? We've seen it How about a Jacobian mode when death approached Yaqoob recently,

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however, is from New fetters, how Bob law and Hello, means to be present, do arrive to approach to be in the presence of someone. So it held our global mode when death approached er kooperation. What does it mean, when death approached jacobellis Allah, meaning it was very obvious that he or Hubertus salon was going to die. He was in the state of the agony of death in which the soul is departing, it was very clear the signs of that were visible.

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Who is being addressed over here?

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The budding Israel, the hood, they used to say to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that we will always remain Jews. Why? Because you're a cobra and Islam advised us to be Jews,

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even though you brought the right message, even if you are a messenger of God, still, we cannot believe in you. Why? Because we were commanded by our forefathers, that we must always remain Jews. Therefore, we're not going to leave our religion, even if you're

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so over here, loss of power without a question to them. Were you present over there when that came to your Kubernetes center when he was about to die? No, you were not present over there. You have no idea as to what happened here just fabricated this thing.

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What actually happened when death approached your Cobra center in colony when he when he said to his son's mother bloomin body, what is it that you're going to worship after me?

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He questions them. He doesn't impose upon them. He questions then

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what is it? Who is it that you're going to worship mimbar D after me, meaning after I die?

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What was their response? To they said, meaning his sons, all of his children present over there. What did they say? They said Naruto, we will worship Illa, Hakka your God. Who are they referring to?

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Allah soprano, meaning the one whom you worship all your life? The one whom your Cobra said and worshipped all this life? Who was he a last time

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and we will worship who else is he? He is your God, what Ilaha ik and he is also the God of your fathers.

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Which fathers of yours Ibrahim what is married? What is he?

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Who is he? He is in our Hawaii that he is one God? Who is he? Allah subhanaw taala.

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So, we will worship your God, who is the God of your fathers Ibrahim is married is how and he is one God Allah

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the word that is the plural of the word from the roof letters, Hamza back Yeah.

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And the word

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is used for father and literally it gives the meaning of breeding or training someone bringing them up looking after them.

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It is said for Landon yet boulia team meaning so and so, he looks after the orphan.

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So what is the role of the father that he looks after he trains

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he brings up who has children

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and the plural form that you see over here, fathers. The plural form is used for grandfathers. It is used for paternal uncles. It is used for for fathers you can see

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the person's father is only you know their father, their biological father.

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But when you use the plural it differs

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The father, the grandfather, the uncle, because you're all at the level of Father,

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so we will worship your God. Who is the God of your father? Ibrahim is married and is hell.

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Now the question is, is married and Islam is called their father over here. Where's this Marina? This alum was Dr. Cooper. He Sam's paternal uncle

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was a de

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Ibrahima, this. Two sons remember is married and his house

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and his happiness and I'm son was yaku. So who was this married Ernest that I'm to Jaco, his paternal uncle.

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Okay. So he has called his father, but he was actually his father. So why is he mentioned over here? First of all, as I told you, the plural form, includes

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paternal uncle as well.

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Secondly, he has been mentioned over here, because the status of an uncle is like that of a father. The status of a paternal uncle is like that of a father.

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The status is the same. There is a hadith that is mentioned in a body in which the prophets are about a certain set. Yeah, well, I'm not sure. And now I'm allegedly sleeping with a big

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mama, bear this in mind, that the uncle of a person is like his father, the uncle of a person is like his father, just like a person's aren't is like their mother.

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There's also a Hadith, in boy that tells us that an holla to be Manziel at home, that the ant is like, the mother isn't the same position as that of a mother.

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What does that show

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that we should also respect them the way that we respect our parents?

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So we learned in this ayah that all of the previous prophets, what did they do? They practice them hate. They practice submission to Allah. And that is a legacy that they left behind, as well.

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They told their children to do the same, to worship Allah subhanaw taala alone.

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The money Israel, they said, Our father told us, jacobellis and I'm told us that we cannot leave Judaism, we have to remain Jews. So even if you're right over Hambleton alongside them, we're not going to accept you because we were told by our forefathers that we must remain on our way. We see over here, that sometimes a person, you know, he does wrong things. And who does he blame? Who does he put the name on?

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Your parents or their elders? I cannot do this because my mother doesn't want me to. Because my father doesn't want me to. Because, you know, this is something that we've never done. It's not a part of our tradition. It's not a part of our culture.

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Over here, this is exactly what the bunny is right? We're doing.

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And many times, it is just a mere excuse. There is no reality to it. There are so many other things that your forefathers may have been doing.

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That may be prevalent in your culture, but you don't do them.

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100 years ago, people wore different coats, people ate different things to do those things. No, you don't. But when it comes to religion, why is that we say that we have to follow our traditions and our customs and our practices. And many times what a person says that, that I have to do this because it's a part of my culture because this is what we've always done. It is a false statement.

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Many times, just as in the case of the Bani Israel. They were wrongly accusing our Cobra listener to have said this to them.

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And this statement of theirs is being refuted.

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So over here on the questions then were you there? No, you weren't there. Yahoo Renison untold his sons. He told his children to practice though hate

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telco metal, that is an oma that is a nation

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what is suka referring to?

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They'll cause us to point to something that is far. And over here. tilaka is pointing to the oma the group, the community. The people, which people over here refers to the group of their forefathers

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who Ibrahim or his son is married or his son is half

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Yaqoob and Hassan they are an oma

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the word oma is from the refactors Hamza Mimi and oma is used for a group of people or a group of living beings that have something in common

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have something in common, even if they be, you know living across different places or different times, but they have something uniting them.

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For example, and oma can be used for a group of people who are living in the same place,

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a group of people of the same time or a group of people who follow the same religion. Okay? A group of people who are the followers of a particular leader, the word oma can be used for that.

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So they are an oma, meaning these forefathers, they're an oma padpilot. In fact, they have passed holiday is from New fetters hot lamb Well, hello.

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We have done this word earlier as well, which literally means to become empty, and it's also used for someone who has passed away. So, they have passed, they have gone, they have passed on, they have died,

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the harmonica, but for it, it will have whatever it has earned meaning for this oma, it will get whatever it has earned. cassava it is from the root fetters cap seen, but and cassava is to work in order to gain some profit.

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So whatever, that they strove for, whatever that they worked for,

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they will get the consequences of that they will get the reward for their actions. Who will do

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they will get? Why? Because they will get what they earned, they will get the reward of their actions, because they didn't want to come and for you, who does you refer to? Primarily the first one is for you.

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And after them everybody else, that for you, Microsoft tone, what you have earned yourself, what you have acquired yourself,

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what does it mean? That you will not get their award and they will not get your award? Everybody gets what they have worked for.

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So what is necessary? What is it that we have to do?

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work we have to work ourselves

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while others aluna and you will not be questioned?

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Who does you refer to again primarily refers to Bani Israel and after them everybody else, that you will not be questioned on Macedonia or Madonna about what they used to do about what, who used to do

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about the previous people, about other people.

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And in the same way, they will not be asked about what you did.

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So at the end of the day, every person is accountable for their own deeds. Every person is individually responsible and accountable for their own deeds.

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We cannot say that just because we are the children of so and so, therefore, they are successful, we will be successful.

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If a person's mother is a doctor, if a person's father is a doctor, doesn't mean they will be a doctor as well. No, only if they learn to become a doctor. They can't just be a born doctor.

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So, similarly, there are people they have gone, they will get what they strove for. And you will get what you strive for. You will not be questioned about what they did, they will not be questioned about what you did.

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Many times in religion we use excuses such as we belong to a particular family. We belong to a particular oma and therefore we will be successful. No, you will be successful because of what you do. They are submitted, which is why they were successful. If you submit to Allah, then you will be successful.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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On Alberni NEMA

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learn how

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So we learned from this idea that if we don't do anything for ourselves, then somebody else's actions, they cannot help us. We have to do something ourselves to help us. Other people's actions are not going to benefit us.

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In the dunya what happens? If we have something and our children don't have it? If we have something, and our friends don't have it, what do we do? We give them some of what we have. But in the Hereafter, this is not going to work. Everybody will get the reward for their own actions.

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We learn in so little anon I number 164. Well, that does you, where's your wisdom

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and no bear of burden will bear the burden off another. Everybody will get what they deserve. The only thing that can help a person on that day are his deeds.

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There is a hadith that is mentioned in Bukhari and Muslim in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that three things follow the dead person to the grave. What are they? his family, his wealth, and his deeds? do all these things come back? And only one stays with him? His relatives, and his wealth, they come back and his deeds, they stay with him.

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lahoma cassava. When accomac acepto.

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wealth and relatives they go back? What is it that we take with us? I would eat. For example, when a person dies, his relatives they come to bury him on his car, on the car that he bought. And when they go back, what do they do? They leave the car with it.

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They take it back. We don't insult them. najem i 39. Allah says laserline insanity in lomasa. There is not for men, except that good for which he strives. We will only get that what we strive for, we will only get that what we strive for.

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And if we don't strive for something, how are we meant to get it if we don't do something? How are we meant to get its reward?

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We'll call you and they say, Who knew? You all become who then own a solder that become Jews or Christians, and you will be rightly guided.

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The Jews say, become Jews, you will be rightly guided the Christian say, become Christians and you will be rightly guided.

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Again, we see over here the nature of human beings that they claim that only they are right and everybody else is wrong.

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Everybody thinks themselves to be right no matter how wrong they are. Isn't it so? Whether it is with regards to religion or with regards to the way of doing a particular thing? Everybody thinks their way is right. And everybody else is wrong. But what does Allah say? Paul say ballmill letter Ibrahim, rather, the way of Ibrahim and his Sunnah.

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Meaning follow the Miller of Ibrahim

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the correct way is which way

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the way of Ibrahim medicina

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the way of guidance is which way the way of Ibrahim medicina when a person follows the wave Ibrahim, then he is rightly guided

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and what is the way Brahim

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of the heat of submission to Allah?

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Who was Ibrahim

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hanifa one who is unswerving?

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One who inclines to the truth only the word honey is from the roof letters have known for

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her New

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Hanover literally means do lean to incline towards one side.

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What does it mean? to lean or to incline towards one side

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and it is to inclined towards one side and become firm on that particular way and leave everything else?

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What does it mean? that a person inclines onto one side onto one particular thing? And he becomes firm on it and he leaves everything else.

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In pre Islamic times. The word Hanif was used for a person who left idolatry

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We left worshipping idols, who left committing sin, who left, you know, dunya and everything. And he became the worshipper of one God. He became the worshipper of Allah penultimate only.

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Because you remember that before the Prophet sallallahu wasallam became a prophet. There were some people who did not worship idols. And they were given the term of the effect of being Hanif. So Allah tells us that the way of Ibrahim or Islam was watched

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of being a Hanif he was someone who focused only on Allah subhanaw taala. He left everything else and he became firm on what

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on that though hate of Allah.

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He was a true monotheist.

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A man of pure belief, a man of natural belief, woman, I can I mean, I wish she can and he was not of those who can achieve.

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Now why is this mentioned over here? Well, Makana we don't wish

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to emphasize to make the point very clear. That the way we Brahim right? Asana is the way of the hate the way of not doing any shake.

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So what do we learn from the cya?

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In every year in every time, there are people who think that they are upon the truth

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and they call others to that particular way. But what is the way of truth? The way of the hate the way of believing in Allah only.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala says, boo, Amma Nabila llama on Zilla, Elena, Walmart on Xena la Brahim say all believers that we have believed in Allah, and what has been revealed to us and what has been revealed to Abraham and is married and is held in your home and the as well meaning the descendants

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pulu This is a command that is being given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his entire Ummah,

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his entire nation,

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say this, by your tongue, and also show this by your actions. declare this belief.

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What say, declare ama Nebula that we are believers in Allah. We believe in Allah, in his existence, in his oneness, in the fact that he is a creator, in the fact that he is the only one who deserves worship. Say that you believe in Allah.

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And we also believe in what? warmer and that which ondina Elena what was sent down upon us, what is it that has been sent to us?

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The Quran

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and not just the Quran, but also everything else that was given to the Prophet sallallahu.

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So we believe in the Quran as well. What else do we believe in?

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Woman on Zilla, Illa Ibrahim, what is Mariela? Is how queer group and whatever that was given to all of these prophets.

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And what was Ibrahim ready Salaam given? We learned that he was given some sort of, you know, some scriptures.

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And some say that he was given 10 of them. Then by scriptures, I don't mean book. So, so he was used for, for like a leaflet, a very small document. So it has been said that he was given 10 of them.

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What is married, what was my eagerness? And I'm given we do not know exactly what was revealed to him. But we do know that he was a prophet. And he was given some instructions. And whatever they were, we will even though

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what is how, and whatever his heart was given. Again, we don't know exactly what he was given, but we believe in it.

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We are called and also whatever your Cobra listen I was given we also believe in that.

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What else do we believe in? Whatever was given to us about whatever the ASVAB for giving

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us that is the plural of the word, sift, sift from the root letters seen that far.

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And the word set literally means to spread.

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What does it mean to spread? When something goes the word is used for a tree that has branches because what do branches do? The tree as it grows, the branches they spread.

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And when a tree has branches, it shows that it has grown a lot. Right? So this is the literal meaning of the word sip.

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sip is also used for a grandson. Why? Because the birth of a grandchild. What does it show

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conveys the idea of the growth of the family doesn't mean

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the extensiveness of the family that the family has grown, the family has extended.

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Right? So as

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the word that you see over here, is used for children, grandchildren.

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And from this, the word as well is used for a tribe.

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What is it useful? tribes, because there is a person, he has children. And then he has grandchildren, and they have grandchildren, and eventually what happens? They form into a tribe. But remember that the word about is used specifically for the tribes of Israel.

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They're specifically used for the tribes of Bhanu yaku, for the children of Yaqoob reading center, and how many were the

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1212 tribes. So as well as us for the tribes of bunnies for you. So over here, we are told that say that you also believe in what was given to the US about what was revealed to the world? What does it mean by this? as well as we don't refer to the 12 tribes of Bani Israel?

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And in the context, what it means by us bath is the prophets who were from among the 12 tribes of Israel,

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the prophets, who were from among the 12 tribes of Israel, for example, who said Islam is Islam, there was an incident. So they went and he said, a career and he said, of

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all of these profits from Mongo, the bunny slave. So they are given the term as

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they're given the term as well.

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So say that you also believe in what was given to the US well,

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and that you also believe in what? One ma Oto, musawah, Isa, and whatever musasa was given and resign us and I was given what was musar? They said, I'm given the total, what was he said? He said, I'm given the NGO.

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And remember, that mouse over here does not just refer to if that a sugary, I add sugary, meaning only the text, but it also refers to miracles, and all other teachings that these messengers would give. So we'll mount with yamasa, or Isa doesn't just refer to an NGO, but it also refers to the miracles. Well at nav unit, you're robbing him and whatever the profits are given from their Lord. And it'd be unizik florala. And maybe, now which profits are these? How are they different from us about us that refers to only those profits from among the Bani Israel.

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And an OB Yun refers to all other profits, all other profits before Ibrahim Raisa

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what ever the profits were given from the Lord.

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As bad refers to the messengers, especially for among the Bani Israel, and nmbu and all the other prophets like those before Ibrahim or Islam for example, and insulin, Lutheran insulin. So I'm ltn ob unit, middle of the hill.

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So what can we learn from this part of the idea that we as believers have been commanded to believe in what not just what we have been given? Not just in the Quran, but everything that Allah subhanaw taala revealed? every message that Allah subhanaw taala conveyed to the human beings

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we learned from pseudo Hadith I number 25. Allah says laqad also now who Sudan I will veggie net will answer Lama who will kita Well, me Zana Leah Coleman, NASA Bucharest. We have already sent our messengers with clear evidences. So what we believe in all these clear evidences that were sent, and send them with them, the Scripture and the balance that the people may maintain their affairs in justice. So in other words, we believe in all of the prophets, in all of the messengers

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louder for jacobina I hadn't been home. We do not differentiate between anyone amongst them. The word new family is from fair or far close what sparked me to separate the divide

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and farakka euphorically is to make division to me

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distinction between something's

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to discriminate between something's so over here, learner, Federico bainer hadn't been home, we do not make any division amongst you amongst the messengers. How? By believing in some and disbelieving in others, but on the contrary, we actually believe in all of them.

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Remember, that when it comes to belief in the messengers, we believe in all of them, but who do we follow?

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And remember that messengers, they brought two things, or they were given two things.

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First of all, they were given their Akita, their belief, and secondly, they were given a *tier. What is the *tier?

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The way of practicing

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law remember that there are either the belief has been the same from the first messenger to the last.

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Okay. And the way of practicing the deen has varied.

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So over here, Lana Faria Covina hadn't been home, we do not discriminate between any of them, meaning we believe in all of them. But we don't follow every single one of them. We follow who the prophets are about, it's because the Sharia that he was given, that is what we have been commanded to follow.

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When national law who Muslim and we are to him want to submit to who do Allah soprano.

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So we believe in all of them without making any distinction, and we believe that whatever was revealed upon them, and who do we submit to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And this was the Miller of Ibrahim Ursula.

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We learned from Sultan Baqarah i a 285 colon M and a villa he, woman our equity, Baku to be ruisseau de la new Federico manera de Muro city, all of them have believed in Allah, and his angels and his books and his messengers, saying, we make no distinction between any of his messengers.

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So our belief is to believe in all of the messengers.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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So we've seen these verses that

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as we have seen previously,

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they were specially invited to believe in the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And instead of believing they came up with many, many excuses, and all of them was that we cannot believe in you because this is our faith. You know, Judaism, we cannot leave it. This is what we were commanded to follow by our forefathers.

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And over here, they're told, this is not what your forefathers practiced.

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your forefathers practice the way of

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practice the way of submission to Allah.

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And this is the exact same way that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is preaching that he is teaching, which is why all the videos have been told to say that you believe in Allah, and everything that all of the messengers were given,

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and that you submit to Allah, because that was the way of the messengers. So open it is for you. If you're truly followers of the messengers, then you must believe in all of the messengers and you must submit to Allah alone, which is exactly what they have been told. In the next verse.