Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L019C

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Al-Baqarah 130-141 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 137-141


AI: Summary © The conversation covers the negative impact of language usage and the importance of acknowledging one's own worth. The speakers emphasize the need to prioritize one's own development and acknowledge the negative consequences of language usage. They also touch on the negative impact of fear and the importance of recognizing one's own worth.
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I was a bit lame in a ship on a large investment over here

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is 132 141. We'll do a quick review of the verses that we have done so far. And then inshallah we'll continue the lesson.

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One minute on military Ibrahima Eelam and Sophie Hannah,

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and who would be averse to the religion of Ibrahim are they silent, except one who makes a fool of himself. We learned in this ayah that the way we brought him or his son, the way of submission, the way of loyalty to Allah, the way of obedience to Allah was the way that Allah subhanaw taala likes.

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And if anyone turns away from the way of Ibrahim or listener, he is only harming himself. He is only being a fool as he is depriving himself of his role of his responsibility of his purpose.

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And the purpose of our creation is to worship Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And if a person turns away from the waivable humanism, Allah says, what are the Safina who said to me? We have chosen Ibrahim and his son in this dunya so why wouldn't you follow his way? He was somebody who was chosen. Why?

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For the work that he did, for the sacrifices that he made,

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and in the hereafter also, what in the Whoville karate lemina sila hain, he will be of those who are righteous many you will be in Jannah so the way people are human is Sunnah is the way that leads to success, both Indonesia and the hereafter

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that Indonesia if a person follows away with Rahim, Allah is going to be happy with that person.

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Because while aka dystrophy now for dunya we chose him in the Dhoni

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and when a person lives according to the wave Ibrahim in this dunya then in the Hereafter, he will also be of those who are successful.

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Why was ebrahimian listen unchosen

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it Allah la hora boo, a slim color Aslan to the O'Brien I mean, for the simple reason that when a lot told him to submit, what did you put on him? I said, I'm due.

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He immediately submitted to Allah.

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He didn't say why. He didn't say when he didn't say how he said, okay, whatever you're telling me, I'll do it. Islam.

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And what is the word Islam? is in the past tense.

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It's in the past tense, what does it mean? I have already submitted not I will submit later on.

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Not I will do later on when I find it easy. No, whatever command that you give me. I will do it.

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A slim and he said, Islam to the authorized me.

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And we learned from this ayah that Ibrahim or salaams way was the way of submission to Allah. Because if you think of it logically as well, Allah subhanaw taala is our medic, he is a Holic.

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Anything that he tells us is going to be best for us.

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So submitting to his command is indeed intelligence.

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And there is no loss in submitting to the command of Allah.

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So Ibrahim Ali Salaam, he used his article, he used his intellect.

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Allah is the one who made me, whatever he tells me, it's good for me. So okay, fine, I'll do it. A slim color. Excellent. We said fine. I have submitted.

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And we see no delay, no hesitation, no reluctance, no doubts, no fears. Why?

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Because whatever my job is going to tell me is that which is best for me.

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And we see Abraham Ellison's way he lived throughout his life, how in submission to Allah.

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And this is the way that he taught his children as well.

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Well, wasabia eva hemo bonnici waiuku

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Ibrahim alayhis salam ner Cooper escena. Both of them. What did they do? They both told their children that follow the religion of Allah yevgeniya in the law of slough, Allah ku Deen. They said, Indeed, Allah has chosen this Deen for you. And we have chosen this theme. Not we have made this up. No. Allah has given this privilege to you. Allah has given this honor to you.

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Be grateful for this privilege and this honor, and this great blessing.

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How? By being obedient to Allah for your entire lives, which is why they say falletta mutanda in our anti muslim moon do not die except

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While you are in submission to a loss of primary data

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now what do we learn from this if Aleta? mutanda illa, one two Muslim moon.

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What do we learn on the side? What do we have to do?

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Letter mutanda illa. And to Muslim moon,

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we should always adhere to the wave of last panel data. Why?

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Because we don't know when we're gonna die. We don't know when death is going to come to us. So we should be prepared, because it's not possible that a person lives according to a certain way. And then he dies. In another way. No. A person dies on the way that he has lived on.

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A person dies on the same way that he has lived on. So in order to die as Muslims, what do we have to do? We have to live as Muslims. Many times we say we can do whatever we want, but I'll say the Kadima wouldn't die.

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That's what many people say. That's what many people think. I'll do whatever I want to when I'm older than I will do. When I'm about to die on my deathbed, I will say the Kadima. But there are so many people who are on their deathbed, there are other people who are telling them say the Kadena and they're not able to say it.

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Because they didn't practice it in their lives.

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So I can, I have a friend who's a paramedic, he works in Toronto, and he sees a lot of Muslim people who have been in accidents or they're having some kind of health emergencies. And he always asked them to say the Shahada before they pass away. And a lot of them people who've been in car accidents like they've had some kind of brain damage, or they have something repeating in their heads, and that's all that they can say. So sometimes they can only sing whatever song they were listening to in the car, for they're talking about their girlfriend or something, and they can't help it. They just don't have the choice of what they want to say at that moment. Exactly.

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You see, at the last moment, what you have lived on how you have lived your entire life. latur, Mouton, Illa Muslim, only if we live as Muslims, can we die as Muslims?

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In order to be able to say the kalama at the time of death, we have to live by the Kadima throughout our lives.

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There are lots of hands it says on quantum shuhada it however Jacobian mode is called an ebony method bounnam embody, the Jews would say we're not going to leave our religion because our forefathers they told us to remain Jews. Allah questions then where you witnesses when death approach yaku bredeson a meeting when he was about to die? What actually happened at that time? What did he say to his children? Did he say remain Jews? No. He said, What will you worship after me? And what was their response? That we will worship your God and the God of your fathers Ibrahim and is married and is help? Who is he? One God of lust.

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So in other words, all of them said that they will worship Allah subhanaw taala only

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and that when another who Muslim on and that they will submit to Allah subhanaw taala as well.

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Whereas we see that the Adam Kitab Eventually, the Christians, what did they do? They began worshipping beside listener.

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Similarly, they are hooked. What did they do? Were they in submission to Allah subhana wa tada? No, they made up so many things in their religion they want to be submitting to Allah.

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So over here, their claims are being refuted. And many times we do certain things and what do we do? We blame others for our actions, isn't it? We're doing this because of such and such person.

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But the fact is, that we cannot blame other people. For our actions of us I still cometan autonomy. They have my cassava Wanaka Mikasa.

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That was a nation, the nation of the profits that Omar of the profits, they have gone now, they have passed away they will get what they earned and you will get what you earn. So what do we learn from this ayah

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individual responsibility.

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Every person is individually responsible for their actions. We cannot blame our parents. We cannot blame our children. We cannot blame our friends. We cannot blame others. We should stop living on wishful thinking that you know I will be successful because of such and such no be responsible for your actions. Because in dunia the person is accountable for what he has done. Well not just America and we are model and you will

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Not be questioned about what they used to do. Rather you be questioned about what about what about what you used to do.

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So we don't have to look at other people's actions, what do we have to look at my actions? What am I doing? What am I preparing for the day of judgment? Many times people say, yes, you know my child and trying to make him happy.

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And they forget to recite the Quran themselves, isn't it?

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My childhood, they come to the masjid every day. But many times the same people are not particularly with printing their own center

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while at the Sedona Americana, instead you will be questioned about what you used to do.

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What did they say? And then assala say, what color kouwenhoven own authority do they say we use are Christians. So you will be guided meaning belong to this group. And then you will be guided. If you don't belong to our group, then you will not be guided. What does Allah say?

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Ben meloetta Ibrahima hanifa. Meaning rather, you should follow the way of Abraham Renison.

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What was the wave Ibrahim Elisa of submission to Allah?

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And who was Ibrahim Allison? He was first of all Hanif and secondly, one mecanim in Michigan. He was honey was Hanif Henny for someone who leaves everything and focuses only on the right way on the obedience to Allah.

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It is also that that Hannah is too inclined towards something.

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What is it? It is to inclined towards something to lean on to one side. So Hanif is someone who inclines to worship who inclines to a better.

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So he was someone who is Hanif.

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He was a person who was a pure monotheist.

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He did not do shake.

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He was a person who inclined to the obedience of Allah, to worship of Allah.

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He was a person who left everything and everyone why, in order to focus on the way of Allah.

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When his parents came into way, did he stay there? No, he left that place. When anyone came in the way of obedience to a lot, what did he do? He left that and he stayed firm on obeying the last panel diner, why? Because he was honey.

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And he was also Womack and Amina Michigan and he never associated any partners with Allah. So

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why is this mentioned over here? To emphasize, to make the point very clear, that the correct way is the way of the heat. The correct way is the way of submission to Allah.

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Then Allah Subhana, Allah says, kulu, all of you say, Who is this addressed to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and all of the believers, all of you say, and it doesn't just mean that say by your tongue, it means declare, okay, say it, announce it, make this known publicly. But you should also do this. You should also believe in this.

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So say this, by your tongues, and also by your hearts.

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Believe in this, and also declare this kulu all of you say, what should you believe? What should you declare? That I'm Anna biLlahi woman on Judah Elena. We believe in Allah and whatever that has been sent down upon us. What else do we believe in? Well Matlin Zilla Ibrahim, what is Marian What is her Claire COVID as well? Well now Oto, museflower, Isa, Wilma, OT and the universe to him. So in other words, we believe in everything, in every book, in every miracle, in every commandment that was given to any messenger of Allah.

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We believe that all of these prophets were from who, from

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what they taught was from who? From Avast

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instead of the Hadith, and number 25, as I told you earlier, that Lacan or Santa Susana will begin at what ends and Mr. Mosquito will miss and be a commonness

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that a Lost Planet Allah sent messengers with clear evidences. And he sat down with them the scripture as well.

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so that

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People can establish justice, they can follow that which is correct. So we believe in everything in every miracle in every command in every scripture, that olanzapine doesn't

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learn to follow kobina akademin, who will not discriminate between any of them, meaning between any of the prophets, we believe in all of them. We believe in all of them. We believe that they were true, whatever they said was from a lot when 911 Muslim won, and we are to him, those who submit, meaning, we submit only two of us a panda.

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So this ayah is telling us it is defining to us who Muslims are,

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who are Muslims, that first of all, they believe in Allah. Secondly, they believe in the revelation that Allah subhanaw taala hasn't

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which revelation, any revelation that was given to any visitor.

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And finally, they believe in which revelation Well, not only that, Elena, whatever that has been sent to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, through the Quran and also through this another prophet sallallahu.

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So we believe in Allah

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and thirdly, that we are those who submit to Allah subhanaw taala

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notice when I flew low who mostly moon not one afternoon Muslim moon, Allah who

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grammatically the who can also come after Muslim moon, the meaning would be the same. However, when you bring the who before Muslim on, it gives the meaning of specification to the who

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that we submit to who only to him, none other than him.

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The way of submission was the way of Ibrahim and this is the way that we have been taught

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that we must submit to Allah alone.

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So our Deen tells us that believe in all of the messengers and also submit to Allah soprano.

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Let's listen to the recitation

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the math

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losses for in armano. Then, if they believe,

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who believed

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Then over here refers to the hood, then assata, the machine, the Jews, the Christians, the polytheists, and everyone else, every other person out there,

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every human being, if they believe the meeting with like, be with me over here gives meaning of meaning in the same as just as mad that which am and to me, you have believed in.

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In other words, if the people believe in exactly the same thing that you believe in. Now, the question is, who does you refer to as a man to

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you over here refers to the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam, and the companions, why and the companions because a man to whom this is plural, it's not meant that it's meant to

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the profits are a lesson and the components.

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So if the people believe in the exact same way that you believe meaning their Eman is the same as your Eman? What was the amount of the profit subtle? Notice that I'm in this a habit that which has been described in the previous verse.

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So if the people have the same Eman, then Allah says, For auditor, though, then they have obtained guidance. What does it mean? That if they don't have the same email,

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they have not obtained guidance.

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So if a person this believes in even just one messenger, one messenger only, if a person does believe that just Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is this event complete? No.

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So over here losses for in ama No, we miss Lima Allen to be faculty fellow, then they have obtained guidance.

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And remember that either that is from the route letters had that yet. And at that is to receive guidance, to obtain guidance to be on the right guidance.

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If they have the same amount as yours, then they're on the right way.

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So in other words, the criteria for guidance is what

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the amount of the profits that are voted on. And the complaints.

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The criteria for guidance is what

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the man, the way of the profits are allowed to solve them. And the companions. The criteria for guidance is not merely in just affiliating oneself with a particular group.

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In giving oneself a title. No. It's about having the right way. It's about having the right Amen.

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The Jews and the Christians, what did they do? They said, If you become a Jew, then you're rightly guided. If you become a Christian, then you're rightly guided. What do we say? If you become a Sunni, if you become a chef, if you become a Salafi, then you're rightly guided.

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What's the criteria that we're given over here? Who should we follow?

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The profits out of autism and the Sahaba? How did they understand the Quran? How did they implement the Quran?

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Now what my chef said,

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not what that Imam said. Yes, this you have the scholars are the best they have that a lot of effort in trying to explain our religion to us. But if we find that a statement of a scholar, a fatwa of a scholar contradicts the way the prophets are about Islam contradicts the way of the Sahaba then what are we supposed to do?

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Leave it

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all of the humans in our Manichaean Jeffrey, Iran, Abu hanifa. Imam Ahmed even handled What did they say? If you find the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam contradicting my statement through my escape,

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father who funded the profits, because that is a criteria for guidance.

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Not just giving yourself a title.

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Because all of us will be accountable for our own actions. We cannot blame other people. I did whatever the mom said. I did whatever the football was given what did you have access to all of this knowledge? Didn't you have access to this Hadees which told me that you have to do such and such. We cannot blame other people.

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criteria for guidance is the way of the prophets that a lot of them and the companions

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were alone. And if they turn away the one those newsletters Well, yeah.

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If they turn away from what

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from having the same email as yours

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They turn away from having the same amount as yours.

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Meaning they don't believe in all of the prophets. They don't believe in the Quran. They don't submit to Allah

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for in the event that indeed not but whom they are fishing

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in a split,

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they are in this union,

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they are in opposition,

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who does they refer to the Jews, the Christians, the Michigan everybody else, anyone who turns away from the way of the Prophet sort of on the center,

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the talk is a little lighter shade of

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it is a new definition of

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the word shock literally means to burst, what does it mean to burst

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from this the word shock is used for a split a division between something that is physical or between people, because in differences in opposition, what happens

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each person is in a ship,

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he is in a group other different from the others.

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So, when people split, and they get divided into groups, what happens?

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There is opposition

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there are differences.

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And what Shaka also gives the meaning of something being very difficult.

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It gives me something being very difficult

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machaca difficulty hardship is from the same root.

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And also sharp is used for the breaking of the splitting of those things, which are very solid,

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which are very tough, which are very strong.

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What happens in opposition?

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What do people do?

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They try to make things difficult for each other isn't, they make things they make life difficult for each other.

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So for England and Fisher cough, then indeed, they are in opposition. Meaning they are only opposing you.

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They're opposing you for the sake of opposing you.

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They don't have any evidence. They don't have any solid basis. They don't have any solid ground. They're only opposing you. They're clearly hostile to you.

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For innama, home Fisher caulk.

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And also it has been said that you caulk it's the plural of the word ship.

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The word ship off is a third of the word ship.

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And ship is used for a piece of broken away piece of something. And when it is used for a group of people, it is used for that party, that group which is not with the truth,

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which is not upon the truth.

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So for innama home fish out there, indeed they are in opposition in they are opposing you and they are not upon the truth, which is why it has been said that Chicago beer gives them meaning have been misguided misguidance.

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So far in among fishy cop, what are the two meanings that first of all, they're only they're merely opposing you. They have no solid ground. They have no solid evidence to stand upon. Because the truth has been established. If they leave your way, then they're opposing you.

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Secondly, it has been said that in a moment, fishy Kakaako v gives me in a banana. They are in misguidance. Why? Because they are turning away from what?

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From the truth from the way of the prophets that on the other side and from the way of the hammer, which is the criteria for guidance. And if someone turns away from that, obviously he is going to be in misguidance for in the man who fish.

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Now when a person learns that someone is in opposition to him,

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and someone agrees with them, or they know the truth, but they're still opposing you.

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How do you feel?

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How do you feel just the fact that somebody is opposing you? Somebody is hostile to you. How do you feel

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threatened, don't you? If you're worried, concerned, anxious, what's going to happen? They're opposing me. They're against me. They're anti me. So what happens? What happens? You become scared you become worried. Allah subhanaw taala says, first as

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allies sufficient for you, against them.

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Allah will be enough for you against them.

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He will take care of you. He will suffice you

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The word fair say yet FICO home. Fair means so. Meaning, despite their opposition, let them oppose you. But know that, say Africa

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alone will be enough for you against them.

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Then they're seen in the word as a speaker is So, sad scene gives the meaning of soon. And remember that when this it comes before a ferret, it comes before a verb, which verb the verb that gives the meaning of either the present tense or the future tense.

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See the word yet feet, it begins with, yeah. Remember, that's a sign of a verb that is either present, or future.

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But when this verb, it is preceded by a scene, like over here, you see,

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then this scene gives the meaning of future tense,

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not present, but future.

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And it conveys two more meanings.

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It promises two things.

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First of all, it promises the certainty of what is going to happen. So over here, say Yak FECA, meaning certainly, it's a promise of Allah, that he will suffice you against them.

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Okay, so first of all, it promises the certainty of the verb that is going to occur.

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And secondly, it also indicates the closeness, the near Enos of the verb meaning how quickly how very soon it's going to occur.

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So first,

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certainly, it's a promise that Allah will suffice you against them and know that very soon, as soon as they harm you, as soon as they try to hurt you. Allah will be enough for you alone will save you from them.

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Firstly Akiko

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and the word yet fee? The verb Yeah. CFI. is from the new fetters cafe. Yeah.

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It is a little veterus Cafe. Yeah.

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You get to see what does it mean?

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It is enough is enough. Keifa is basically when something is enough, and something is sufficient.

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Or someone is sufficient when someone is enough that nothing else is needed after that.

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Nothing else is needed after that.

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Because all the needs are fulfilled.

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So let's say if someone's help, is key fire, is caffeine. What does that mean? That you don't need to help anybody else. Right? So yep, thing, meaning you will be enough for you, he will be sufficient for you such that you don't need the help of anybody else.

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Meaning he will be enough for you, against you, against whom against them.

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So Allah will be enough to protect you, to save you. From who? From your opponents from the opposition of these people. For whom Allah. So in other words, a lot we'll deal with them. Well, who was smeared earlier, and he is the always on hearing, the always on.

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Notice over here, that a loss of power that is saying that he will protect you, he will save you, he will be enough for you, against these people who oppose you.

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But the names of Allah that are mentioned over here are a severe, and alien.

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What would you think that in this context? What names have come to your mind?

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And Aziz?

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The one who is mighty awake, the one who is strong, Alka de The one who is able to take revenge to save to protect? How can these names of Allah have been mentioned as semir? And

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basically, if you think about it, when someone opposes the other, how does he oppose him?

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How does he opposing

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either verbally through words, or through actions, and many times the opposition is hidden at the beginning, isn't it? The opposition is hidden at the beginning.

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The opponent doesn't openly go out and say things against another.

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Similarly, he doesn't openly go out and do something against the other. For example, at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the who lived within within, they didn't actively, openly say things out against him at the beginning initially similary they didn't do things against him openly at the initial stage. So at the initial stage, even

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Allah hears what they're seeing. And Allah knows what they're doing.

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Even if their statements and their actions, all of their activities which are against you are hidden, he knows he is watching every single one of them.

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He is hearing all of their statements.

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Allies enough for you, allies enough to protect you.

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And eventually when they do express their hostility, their opposition and when they openly oppose you. Even then, Allah is enough for your first day at FICO Humala.

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So in other words, the profits are a lot of sentiments being told over here, that you keep doing what you're supposed to do.

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You keep telling the people about the truth. Don't fear them?

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Don't fear any harm from your opponents? Because many times what happens when you're telling people about something? And there's just one person who doesn't accept what you're telling them? What happens?

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You become so conscious, you become so worried, isn't it? And all of your mind and your retention is going to worsen? What if they say this? And what if they do this? So the Prophet said, a lot of them has been told, don't worry about these people. Keep doing what you're supposed to do. Keep stating the truth. And Allah will be enough for you.

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And we see that the history is a witness to this fact. People tried so much to stop the profits that alone isn't to kill him even.

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You know, they tried saying so many things against him. But we see that Allah subhanaw taala was always enough for him. Allah subhanaw taala was the one who made him successful.

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So what do we learn from this ayah

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First of all, we learned that anyone who opposes the way of the prophets of Allah sentiment this habit is not rightly guided.

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Anyone who opposes the way of the prophets are allowed to serve and the Sahaba in any way, he opposes their way in any way that he is not rightly guided,

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whether it is in performing the Voodoo or it is in performing the Sunnah.

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If we leave the way of the Prophet and the Sahaba What are we doing?

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We're heading towards balance.

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Because the criteria of guidance is there we start off on levina and non Darley.

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Then also we learned that their way was the way of submission to Allah.

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And that was also the way of Ibrahim A listener.

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The way of submitting to Allah, not the way of affiliating oneself with a particular group or sect.

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We learned early on Ron I number 67. Allah subhanaw taala says, McKenna, Ibrahim yahudi yen, bananas honey, when I can kind of hanifin muslimah What am I can I mean English speaking,

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Ibrahim, Hassan was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was one inclining towards a Muslim submitting to Allah, and he was not of the qualities.

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So we learned from this ayah that we our criteria must be the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Sahaba not a particular group, not any other person on any other Imam, our way should be the way of the Prophet and the Sahaba.

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Also, another very important lesson that we learned from this ayah is that we must rely upon Allah soprano.

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We must have to work with Allah,

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especially when we're calling others to the wave of law.

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Because it's the way it's the work of Allah subhanaw taala meaning we are working for him and he is the one who will protect us. He is the one who will help us. He is the one who will enable us to be successful. If it is something small as trying to learn the deen of Allah even Who should we rely upon

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Because remember, it's not within our hands. We are human beings. We are weak. We're very limited. Allah subhanaw taala is the one who gives us the ability to do something who makes us successful in what we want to achieve in what we want to do.

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So no matter what you're doing, who should you rely on.

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Then Allah says sleep of a

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woman Arsenal minima is similar when doing similar tabla

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The religion of Allah, the color of Allah

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and who is better than Allah in similar in color will not know Allah Who are we doing and we are worshipers of him sleep of

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cibola is from the new fetters slot bear lane, it is from the roof batteries slide there

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and the word symbol is used for a color shade not shade as in shadow, but like the shade the color shade of a particular color a dye you know how you dye something in a particular color. So, it is used for a dye it is used for you know particular change of a color.

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So, basically similar is used for color,

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but what kind of color

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similar because earlier we read the word loan as well.

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The bunny Australia said man oh no ha what's the color of the cow, there is a difference between loan and scible loan is the original color of something,

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it is the natural color of something

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the color that something is born with.

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So, for example, a cow the natural color is whatever the cow was born with either brown or white or black or spotted whatever that is what loan is.

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But silver is a color that is colored on something that something is dyed with.

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So, cibola is not original color, but it is colored upon someone

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This is the meaning of the word civil.

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For example, you have a garment that is white, it is plain very boring, what do you do you dye it, you make it colorful, you put a nice blue color on it or a nice VAT color on it or different shades of colors.

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So, the same garment that was very boring and plain and white, what did you do? You put color on it and you made it nice and bright

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So, this is what symbolize the color that is put onto something to enhance the beauty, the color that is put onto something in order to enhance the beauty because you can leave it in its original color, but when you add more color to it, the thing becomes more beautiful it becomes more attractive.

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From this the word simpler is also used for an attribute that a person adopts

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a certain quality that a person adopts a particular activity or a role that a person takes upon himself

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that a person engages into why

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because when a person adopts a particular quality or adopts a particular characteristic or he begins to do a particular action, and what happens that particular activity that particular action, that characteristic that quality is something that is further enhancing, right, it is beautifying him more

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and it becomes a way of identifying him as well.

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So the word civil law is primarily used for color. And then it is also used for an attribute that a person adopts.

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Over here law says slave of Allah, the color of Allah.

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What does it mean by similar of Allah?

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Connor over here indicates Deen religion.

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What does it indicate? The religion. So civil mathema meaning religion of Allah.

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Now if you notice over here the sentence, it just says color of Allah. What about the color of Allah? What about the religion of Allah?

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what is implied is that take upon yourself, the color of Allah, take upon yourself, the religion of Allah. Follow what? The religion of Allah.

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But the question is, why isn't the verb dake said over here? How come?

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Because in the Arabic language and also many other languages, even the languages that we speak, when you want to tell someone to do something,

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and when you want to show urgency,

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when you want to show the importance, then what do you do? You omit the verb, isn't it? For example, if you're very thirsty, and you want water, what are you going to say? Can you please bring me some water? No. What are you going to say? Just one

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If people are making a lot of noise and you want them to be quiet, are you going to say, could you please all become quiet? What would you say? Quiet right. So similarly over here when Allah says cebula de la, meaning take on the color of Allah,

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add here to the religion of Allah. So we have been over here strongly encouraged, to take upon the symbol of Allah to take upon the religion of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Why is it called color of a lot religion of Allah? Because it is from him. It is from Allah supplanted.

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And the question is, why is the deen called silver? Why isn't it simply stated? The nama religion of Allah? Why slivovitz Allah? Why is the deen called civil? Why? Why do you think so? What comes to your mind?

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The color that a person is wearing the color that a person puts on himself, what happens? It becomes a way of his identification. It's a way of identifying him, it's a part of his identity.

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Because the color is the highlight the color is what is attracting the people. The color is what is very visible.

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for example, many times you have so many jars and you distinguish them how, by the color of the lid. So what are you going to do? Are you going to open each and every jar and see okay, what's inside? No, you're just going to look at the color and that color is a distinguishing feature. Because the color is that which is visible to the deen of Allah has been called color of Allah it has been called civil at a lot Why? Because the deen becomes visible upon a person, when he follows the theme. The theme becomes visible. When a person truly follows the theme. When a person does not follow the dean, then the color then the theme is not visible. When a person becomes a believer,

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when he begins to implement the theme upon himself, what happens, their lifestyle, their way of talking their way of greeting others, their way of eating, their diet.

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Similarly, their practices, their clothing, all of this, it changes. It fits a particular mold.

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And what does that mold the mold that Allah subhanaw taala has given us when a person truly follows the deen of Allah, then you can see the deen of Allah,

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it becomes visible

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in the way that he talks, he will not use swear words, he will mention a last panel dollar more in the way that he dresses, he will dress in the way that Allah likes him to dress him or her to dress.

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Similarly, in the way that a person deals with others, the way a person deals with his parents, the way a person deals with, you know, his employer or friends, how will you do that in the way that our last panel dynamics? Similarly, in a person's finances, what is he going to do? He's going to do only that, which Allah subhana wa tada approves,

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in the kind of work that he does, in the way that he sleeps, everything, everything changes, everything fits the criteria that Allah soprano data has given him.

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So the dean has been called civil Why? Because a person visibly looks like a believer. He clearly looks like a Muslim.

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Many times we try to hide our identity as a Muslim, isn't it?

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But what does a lot of us take on the color of Allah? Meaning look like a believer as well.

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Don't just say that you're a believer in your heart. No. You should walk like a believer talk like a believer. Eat like a believer sleep like a believer behave like a believer. You should look like a believer.

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The color of Allah, the deen of Allah should be visible upon you.

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And the effect of the deen of Allah on a person is so much that a person's face looks completely different. His expressions I mean, the looks change within moments when a person is an unbeliever. And when he takes on the Shahada when he says the Shahada Do you see a difference on the face. Similarly, a person who was truly following the

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Allah you know you can tell from their face and a person who is not you can tell from their face.

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So the deen of Allah has been called symbol of Allah. Why? Because just as similar is visible. Similarly the deen of a person should also be visible. It should become a part of his personality.

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A person should look like a believer.

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us a little dakara I number 208 Yeah, are you Hello, Dina Amano, oh, the Hulu facility Kapha or you have believed enter into Islam completely and perfectly.

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Enter into Islam completely and perfectly. Don't just say your faith is in your heart, or your faith is just at home. No, your faith is on you, visible upon you. No matter where you go. No matter where you are.

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Don't try to hide this thing that Allah has given. It should be visible. It's a part of your personality. It's your identity. This is what identifies you.

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This is one reason as to why the deen of Allah has been called civil lava.

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Another reason has been given. And that is that just as the color that is died upon something becomes a part of that garment, or that particular wall or whatever, it becomes a part of it, meaning it is stuck to it, it doesn't come off. Similarly, the Dean of the person also becomes or should become a part of him.

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It shouldn't be something that is temporary.

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You know, sometimes you get a stain on your clothes. And for example, you're cooking and you're using turmeric or something

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and that falls upon your clothes. And sometimes you try to wash you try to bleach you know you try so many things that don't happens, that color does not come off.

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It's like a permanent mark. It doesn't come off.

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So similarly, when a person adopts the deen of Allah, what should happen?

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Or what he goes through, he must not leave the deen of Allah. He must not leave the deen of Allah

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Suba tala meaning take upon take on yourselves. The color of Allah

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take on yourselves, the deen that Allah subhanho God has given you

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remember that symbol over here does not refer to you know any particular color because some people think that you know green or black a color of Islam. Many times people think that

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so for example, if I'm supposed to wear my hijab it has to be black. Or for example, if I'm being religious then I should wear only black where I should wear only green or mustard should only be green and should always be green. Right? There is no such thing like that in our religion.

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The color of Allah does not refer to any particular color. Color over here refers to Deen of Allah civitella take on the deen of Allah.

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Woman accent Amina lifesaver and who is better than Allah in coloring? Meaning whose color is better? Whose color is better than a loss? Whose religion is better than a learns? What's the answer?

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What's the answer? No one, the color of Allah. The religion of Allah is indeed the best religion. It is indeed the best way.

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So we learn from this that Allah zwei it was the is the best. Why is it the best? How is it the best? First of all, because the deen of Allah is complete. The Deen of Allah is complete. Allah tala doesn't sort of either either be three anioma at peltola calm Dena come for Atlanta la come near Mati what led to local Islam Medina. This day I have perfected for you your religion and completed my favor upon you. This day. I have perfected for you your religion and completed my favorite upon you and it will prove for you as long as religion. So what does it show us? That the deen is complete. There is nothing of the deen that is incomplete.

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It is also completed another way that the deen of Allah guides us with regards to every single aspect of our lives. How to Dress How to Talk

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How to eat. How to use a bathroom. How to travel, how to worship.

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The Deen of Allah is best because it is complete. It guides us with regards to every aspect of our lives.

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Then also the deen of Allah is best. Why? Why do you think? Why is it the best? What comes to your mind? Why is the Dean of a lot the best?

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Because it is from a law, sleep of a thumb law. Woman as I know mean a lifesaver. So who is Dean? Is it? Allah subhanho diamonds? And who is Allah? The Malik the highlight of the entire creation? It's not from the creation itself. No human being has made up this Dean. This Dean is from Allah.

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And because it is from Allah, Who is the one who is most knowledgeable? Therefore, this deal is the best.

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Why else? Is this the best? Woman absolutely no money. sybilla Why else? How? I'm asking you. It's not a rhetorical question.

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Because it's easy. It's practical. It's doable. It's not impossible. For example, in other faiths, just as a comparison, when a person dies, what did they do with a dead body?

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In some fates, they burn in other faiths. What do they do? I remember I watched this documentary once on National Geographic in which I don't remember the exact place. But the dead body is preserved for over a year. And it's kept in the house until the family has enough money to throw a feast and then have the burial.

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But the deen of Allah teaches us what, when a person dies, do is pray for him. put him under the ground.

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Simple, doable. Anybody can do it, who was living in the 21st century, or was living in the 15th was living today? It's doable. It's practical.

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Similarly, when a person becomes religious, he's not allowed to leave his family. He's not allowed to leave his dounia know, what is he supposed to do? He's still supposed to stay connected with his family. He's still supposed to provide for his family earned for his family. This theme is the most practical thing.

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religiosity in rd is not abandoning everything and going and living in the mountains. No. It's about living within people doing things that normal people do and still worshipping Allah.

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Similarly, when it comes to spending in the way of Allah, for example, the cat How much is it? 50% 10% no 2.5% the deen of Allah is use, which is why it is the best thing one man asanam analyzable This thing is the best because it has solid evidence. We have our texts that are preserved, that are free from any changes, any alterations.

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It fulfills the needs of people. There's wisdom behind all the actions, all the commands, and the deen of Allah is based on benefit for the human being. benefit for the human being.

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And also removing any thing that causes harm to the human beings or the human society.

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For example, if there is punishment for theft, why is it so that people don't come attack? People don't steal, because if people steal, who's going to suffer, other people are going to suffer. So the deen of Allah is based on masala meaning on benefits for the human beings and also the universe is based on removing anything that causes harm.

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So we're here to tell this one man, salmonella, he sybilla who could be better than Allah in ordaining religion.

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Allah subhanaw taala is telling you to do this.

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So therefore, take on the civil law,

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the most beautiful way. The best way is the one that alasa Canada has given us is the one that Allah subhanaw taala has taught us. Many times we think that since we're studying the Quran, it's as if we cannot do this and we have to do this. It's like we're being put in a box. We've been put in something that is enclosed and we're becoming limited.

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The thing is that if we're not put in this box, if we're not put in that particular mold, what's going to happen? What's going to happen we're gonna harm ourselves and we're going to harm other people. Human beings have been given free will they have been given choice and

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Last panatela has guided us as to how to use this choice so that we don't hurt ourselves and we don't hurt others either. We don't hurt our dunya or Allah and we are not a cause of harming other people, either.

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So the deen of Allah is the way that teaches us, that tells us how to live in the best way. So that we're successful, we're happy. We're content with peace of mind, in this dunya and also India. For example, one thing that we have learned is something very important that we must stop complaining, we must be grateful. If a person does this, is he making himself happy? Is he making himself happy? Of course he is. Is he making other people happy? Of course he is. And her present is complaining, what is he doing? He's making himself negative. And he's spreading negativity as well. So the deen of Allah is the best way to live. Because it's the way that Allah subhanaw taala has taught us it's

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the way that Allah subhanaw taala has guided us to. So in everything that this Deen of Allah is, you know, making life difficult for you. It's not making life difficult for you. It's making your life purposeful, successful.

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Everything comes with a manual. And our manual is the deen of Allah, the Quran that Allah subhanaw taala has given us if something is used, without any guidance from the menu, what's going to happen to that thing? What's going to happen to that thing, it's going to get destroyed. And sometimes, you could also get hurt very badly, you could get hurt very badly. For example, if a person does not use a pressure cooker the right way, it could explode. It could literally explode. Whose fault is it? He didn't use the menu. Similarly, when we don't follow the deen of Allah, what are we doing? We're harming ourselves. We're harming others. So the deen of Allah is the way that Allah subhanaw taala

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has guided us to

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wonder who will be doing and we are for him. Ones who worship meaning we worship only Allah

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The Who are we do? Notice the word the Who? again it comes before I'll be doing it's not one afternoon I'll be doing a demo. If it was coming after I'll be doing then it would just mean we are those who worship him. Okay.

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But when you say the who before I'll be doing it means we worship only him. Specifically him? None but him. When I know the who are the two? He's the only one who deserves our a better.

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Though What are we doing as a Florida? A bit and who is avid? One who worships Allah? And what is worship? To show humanity to Allah? That Allah Allah Allah, to show humanity to Allah? How does the person show humility to Allah? By doing what Allah has commanded? And by staying away from what Allah has forbidden?

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Allah respect for law, out of love of Allah, out of fear of Allah, will national law who will be doing

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and we worship only him. So adopting the color of Allah, adopting the symbol of Allah, what does it mean? What does it mean? To become the slave of Allah?

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adopting the symbol of Allah means to become a slave of Allah. It means to worship only Allah. It means to submit our will only to Allah

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to mold our personality, according to His will,

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according to His guidance.

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When a hula hoop

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What do we learn from this? Ayah?

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First of all, Allah says civitella take on the civil hava law, what do we learn from this?

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Be proud of it. Don't try to hide it. Don't try to conceal it.

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per se aqui con Allah, Allah will be enough for you will protect you.

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Eman is something that becomes visible. It's not something that is just kept in the heart.

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When a person truly adopts the deen of Allah, it becomes visible on him.

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It becomes a way of identifying him it becomes a part of his personality.

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But also we learn

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something very important.

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It is mandatory upon us to take on the civil of Allah. Because Allah says civil Allah. He doesn't say who those civil What about the verb

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not mentioned Why? To show the urgency and the importance of this command. Just as when somebody really wants water What did they say? Just water. When they want you to be quiet, they say quiet they don't use any extra words. The way that a lot told us scible at a law What does that show? That it is mandatory upon us to take upon ourselves that the never law

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also we learn from this ayah woman accent Amina Lucha sybilla what do we learn from this woman accent Amina la his silver that everything we do must be for love but what do we learn from this particular part of the eye a one man accent Amina Allah is similar.

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that the best way is the way of Allah.

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The best beam is the deen of Allah.

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The best way of life is the way of life that of law has taught us

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that Allah says

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to have June an F in there he say that you argue with us about Allah, who are a boon our bukem while he is our Lord and your Lord,

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one in our Medina welcome Armada come for us are our deeds and for you are your deeds, when Allah who will listen and we are sincere, indeed and intention to him for this address is to the prophets autoloader seven. First of all, let's say to the people, which people, those who are in Chicago, those who are opposing you, just for the sake of opposing the truth is established, yet they don't accept it.

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say to them, I too, had done and I feel left. are you arguing with us concerning a lot

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to her Juliana is from their own fetters had gene gene have gene gene had

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had literally means to extend to intend to a certain target?

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What does it mean to intent to a certain target to aim at a particular target from the same root as the word had, which is used for pilgrimage? Why? Because a person intends to take upon a particular journey and worship Allah subhanaw taala at specific places at specific times.

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Then when you change the word had yet you had like over here to have junuh what do you see over here and additional and if

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it gives a meaning of arguing or disputing, fighting with others, contradicting others and in particular, it is used for such argument in which one person offers an evidence, why in order to negate the other and what is the other view? He offers an evidence approved why in order to negate the other person.

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So are you disputing with us? are you arguing with us? Are you debating with us? filler concerning a lot? What is it my filler meaning feeding in concerning the deen of Allah?

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Your whole dispute with us is concerning what? concerning the deen that Allah has given us who is being addressed over here who is being questioned over here, the do's and the Christians. And then after them anyone who dispute with regards to the deen of Allah, He is addressed.

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Well are upon our bukem and he is our Lord and your Lord. Meaning he is the one who gave this the into us. And he's not just our Lord, he's also your Lord. So it's not just mandatory upon us to follow the deen of Allah, it's also your responsibility to do the same

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one on our madona when it comes time to come and for us our deeds and for you or your deeds. Our man is a plural of Amen. And what does karma mean? deed action. And generally it is used for an action that is deliberate, and action that is intended. The word Ahmed is also used for an achievement. So now our motto not for us or our achievements, our actions, our deeds, welcome, armor. lucam and for your your deeds, what does it mean? That we will be recompense for our actions? You will be recompensed for years when Abdullah whom have listened and we are sincere to Him alone, again you see, National Law whom have not nanomedicine Allah who only to him. Listen is the plural of the word

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And more or less. You see the word begins with mean what does that indicate? It's a noun that is doing an action over here in particular,

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more or less is one who

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has a loved

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one who has a floss and his last Mukhlas, his newsletters, ha Nam side.

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What does that mean?

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to purify something from every possible mixture?

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When something is completely pure, unmixed, it has no mixture in it. Nothing at all is mixed in it. Neither something small or something big. Neither is something very subtle, nor something very obvious. It is crystal clear, completely pure. Nothing is mixed in it.

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Which is why the word is lossless used for sincerity.

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Because when a person does something sincerely for a loss penalty, what does it mean?

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He's not doing it with the intention of getting the praise of others, getting the approval of others, he is doing it exclusively for the sake of Allah only to get his approval and reward

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when I do the homework lesson.

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Now, why is this I have placed over here? What do we learn in this ayah?

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When a person adopts the deen of Allah, when he takes on the color of Allah, when the deen becomes a part of his life, then what happens?

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people begin to see the change in him,

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isn't it?

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And when people see the change in him, sometimes they cannot tolerate it. Sometimes they cannot accept it.

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And what do they do? They begin arguing and disputing with the person who is trying to follow the novella.

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And sometimes such arguments are completely irrelevant. For example, you wear the hijab when you go to a party, and the women over there when they see you, they start questioning you about, you know, what do you say about polygamy in Islam?

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Why are you asking me that? What do you say about that? in a particular, you know, Muslim who did that? I mean, I have nothing to do with him. He's not my relative. So sometimes the accusations of people or the questions of people are completely irrelevant. What should our response be

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to hi Juliana Villa concerning Edina Villa,

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but who are buena buco, for us are already it's for your your need. There is no need to argue this for and this thing is not just for us, it's also for you, why are you asking me?

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You know, this is the Dean of allow it is not just for me, it is also for you, you should also study.

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So when a person tries to become loyal to Allah, what happens? People start objecting.

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So what do we learn from this ayah

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that we should be confident about our team?

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We should be confident about LED.

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Similarly, when people start arguing with us concerning, then what should we do? never pursued that dispute.

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never pursued that dispute? Because once we begin to pursue that dispute, what happens? continues, isn't we say, oh, it is allowed, because of this reason, and that reason, and and you give them a list of reasons. What are they going to do? They're going to start asking you about something else objecting to you about something else, and it's going to continue.

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So never ever pursue such disputes. So we learned three things from this ayah.

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First of all, that we should not dispute concerning the D.

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Secondly, we should know that we are responsible for our actions. Luna, Luna, welcome Allah leuco for us are our actions we are responsible for them, and other people are responsible for their actions. And thirdly, that we should be sincere to Allah subhanho wa.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa COVID.

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Very strange that people have made the scene as if it is a problem.

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Wherever they see religious people, any religious activity, any religious organization, so how do they react? They behave in a suspicious or blaming or disputing.

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Even when they ask people about religion, they don't ask for something to help increase their demand, or improve their actions or improve their state of sincerity. They start asking, for example, questions.

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And in other language, they call it Muslim. The moment they see you, they start asking you

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problems. And then those who have interest they have made their attitude towards Dean is either Dean is a problem solving thing or a dean is the matter of arguments and discussions. So many people who are not sincere indeed, they take Diem as a topic of discussion only.

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Allah subhanaw taala says that everyone should understand that the is not for

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other humans. And one should not blame others that why is that person a religious person and reversal people's problem if I'm covering or if I'm praying, why are they worried?

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And if I'm teaching for Anwar, they were it was their problem.

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How junuh fella, because I'm teaching the

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if I was teaching science, no one here. Everyone was happy.

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You think it's only my problem. It's your problem too. Because who are a bonobo? If I'm doing this thing, you should also do this. If I'm doing Java, you should do our if I'm praying, you should pray if I'm covering you should cover if I'm doing anything, In the name of Allah for the sake of Allah. You should also be part of it.

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Don't be divided in the name of the dean has come to unite people not to divide them.

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And this is us who have divided people in the name of religion.

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And the most important thing is that we should be sincere.

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And the coluna Ibrahima is married What is her Claire? Booba. Well as well.

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Or do you say that Ibrahim and his marine and his hammock and yaku earlene wassalam. And the descendants can Odin owner sada. They were Jews or Christians? Under coluna,

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the Jews and the Christians are being reproached over here.

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Meaning why wouldn't you take on the civil law, the law? Why wouldn't you adopt the way of monotheism? Is it because you're saying that, indeed, all of these prophets, they were Jews or Christians? Because the Jews would say that all of these prophets were Jews, and the Christians would say that all of them were Christians. But what does Allah say? Allah tells us and sort of earlier and Vaughn is 67 McKenna Ibrahim Whoo hoo dn. When is Rania when I can can a hanifa muslimah Womack and Amina mushy

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Ibrahim and Islam was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was one in planning to wear to a Muslim submit into Allah and he was not of the polytheists

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similarly, they would say about the other prophets that they were not just your Brahim medicine and other prophets that they would use a Christians

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Allah tells them in for an alien run is 65 Yeah, lol kita Lima to her Juna fee Ibrahim, warmer on Zilla Tito rato in G. Lu in Lombardy, FLR therapy don't

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all people of Scripture, why do you argue about Ibrahim or insulin?

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Because the Jews would say he was a Jew, the Christians would say he was a Christian. So they're told Why do you argue about the matter of Ibrahim Hassan while the Torah and the Injeel were not revealed until after him? How could he possibly be a Jew? How could you possibly be a Christian? Will you not reason?

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So we learned that the Torah and the Injeel were revealed much of it Rahim, Allah Salah, after all of these prophets, so how could they be Jews are Christians.

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They were Muslim. These messengers were Muslim, this admitted to a loss of paradigm. And all of these names, these titles being a Jew being a Christian, they came up much later on.

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This is just like a person saying today that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was a Sunni, or he was a Shira. Or he was a humbling. Whereas I'm not even hungry. He came Watch out for the profit sort of under center.

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Who was profit sort of like the center? He was a Muslim.

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Oh, say unto Allah amila. Do you know better? Do you know more? Or is it Allah who knows more?

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Do you have more knowledge? Or does Allah have more knowledge? Do you have greater knowledge? Or does Allah have greater knowledge?

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Who is more truthful? You are Allah?

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And in response to this question, they're left with only one of two answers. One, they could say that we are right. And that would imply that Allah is wrong.

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And that is completely

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The other option is that they say that Allah knows more than obviously what would the result be?

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But why don't you accept the fact that you should also be a Muslim?

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So if anybody objects to the commands of Allah, what should our response be?

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If anyone argues about the commands of Allah, what should our response be?

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We should give them a list of benefits and and all these things know what should we say unto them Allah who I mean? Who knows more and better your Allah?

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If Allah is the one who gave this command, if Allah is the one who gave us instruction, he knows what he has commanded. And he knows why he has commanded he knows the wisdom behind this command. Should he not know the one who is the creator? The one who knows everything?

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intellectual mulk ayah 14 we learn and Ayana moment chanukkah wa huella, playful hobby, does he who created not know the one who created? Does he not know? Of course he knows and he is a circle be acquainted.

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So Allah subhanaw taala knows everything and we cannot say that our knowledge is more. If Allah has told us something, we should accept it.

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One other level man katama Shahada tender in the home in Allah, and who is more unjust than the one who concealed a testimony that he has from Allah.

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When many of them have mo is different from London, London is just one who does learn and learn is one who is more unjust, the one who is most unjust,

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just as we read earlier, woman as normal women, men are massage.

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Now remember, in the Quran, we see many places Allah says woman of a woman of them.

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It doesn't mean that this person is doing this particular action is one that is most unjust, but what it means is that this is the height of injustice, this is the height of

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this is something completely unacceptable.

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So this statement does not contradict the other statement. Women have level. So who is another person who is very unjust, what is another example of the height of injustice?

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May man the one who ketema shahadat, and Katana is from the reflectors gift, I mean, get man is to hide to conceal something. So what is he concealing? He is concealing a showerhead, a testimony. Shahada is from the fetters sheen had

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what Shahada, which evidence, which witness in the hole that this person has been Allah from Allah.

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So this person has a Shahada from Allah, and what is he doing? He is hiding it, hiding it from who? hiding it from the people.

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So the question is, which testimony is this referring to?

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First of all, it has been said that this Shahada, this testimony refers to the description of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, in the Scripture, of the other Gita, of the people of the book,

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because in the Torah, and the NGO, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has been mentioned, clearly.

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But what did they do?

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They concealed the description, they hid it.

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They didn't tell people about it.

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Especially when the prophets are about a sudden,

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they didn't say, Yes, he is a prophet. And this is exactly what the book says, No, they pretended as if it didn't exist, as we read earlier, and the whole lie on the moon, as if they don't even know that it exists in their books. So when a person does this, especially in the context of the Jews and the Christians, what did they do? They hid the description of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So this action is the height of injustice. How is it the height of injustice? Because this prevented so many people. So many people from believing in the prophets are a lot

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because they hit the Shahada.

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Secondly, it has been said that this Shahada, this testimony refers to the Shahada that Allah subhanaw taala is one

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as we learned in sort of earlier on i 18, shahidullah, who I know who that ilaha illa, who one minute equal to what we call him umbilicus La Ilaha Illa, who are Aziz and Hakeem Allah

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Witnesses that there is no deity except Him. And so do the angels and those people who have knowledge. So what do we learn in this ayah?

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What do we learn in this is that the Shahada is what?

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The fact that Allah soprano Dada is one.

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What did the people of booktube

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What did they do?

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They call themselves the alligator people of knowledge.

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And what should they have done?

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They should have said that Allah is one, not Allah is three.

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But that Allah has a child

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that you said, Rosie livanova.

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Then assala said, Are you sorry, this anime is the son of Allah.

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So by ascribing partners to Allah by ascribing children to Allah, what were they doing?

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They were going against the Shahada.

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Similarly, in their books, the description of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given. When they saw the prophets, Allah said, and they should have accepted Him, they should have believed in him. And they should have told others about the prophets of Allah said on this one.

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But what did they do? They hid the Shahada. And they're hiding the Shahada makes them worst of criminals, very unjust people.

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Because this injustice is against themselves, against mankind, and against the deen of Allah, against the right of Allah.

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by hiding the Shahada, they're not just harming themselves. They're harming hundreds and 1000s of people. They're harming the deen of Allah.

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What does Allah say? Woman law who be law fit in Dharma loon, and ally is not at all unaware of what you do.

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Allah is not about unaware of what you do. Meaning he's very well aware of all that you're doing.

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The word often is from the veterans lane fair learn.

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And what does often mean to neglect something, do not pay attention to it, to ignore

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to be unaware.

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So he's not unaware? He's not negligent?

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If he's not punishing you right now. What is this show that there is threat of punishment for such people?

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So what do we learn from desire?

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What do we learn from this ayah?

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Hiding knowledge? Is that something good? No.

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It has great consequences. It's a great injustice.

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Because knowledge is something that is a benefit to people.

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Knowledge is something that is a benefit to people.

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And if we hide knowledge, if we conceal knowledge, what are we doing?

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We're depriving other people from benefit.

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It could be a simple thing, for example, cooking a particular kind of food. But people are very secretive about, you know, their ingredients and their recipes.

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But when we do this, what are we doing? We're depriving other people of the benefit that we're enjoying.

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And especially when it comes to the knowledge of Dean, then hiding that knowledge is extremely dangerous.

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Also, we learn from this idea that when a person sees the truth, when he recognizes the truth, what should he do?

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He should accept it.

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What are the people of the book do biggest concealed it, they hid it. they pretended as if it didn't exist.

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And a person should also make it known to others. A person should also spread the truth to others.

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Sometimes, we benefit from something for example, we're benefiting from the Quran. But we become so selfish that we only give this benefit to ourselves, and we don't take it to others. We don't benefit others. So when a person sees the truth, when he recognizes the truth, he should accept it and he should also spread it he should also give it to others. He should also pass it on

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to her own metal, that is a nation or the harlot which has passed on

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which oma of Ibrahim is Mary is her yaku as well. All of these prophets, they have passed away, they have gone their time is over lahoma cassava, for that particular oma. They will have the consequences of what they earned. When a comeback is up to them. And for you is what you have earned.

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You will get the consequences of what you have earned.

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They will get the reward for what they did. And you will get for what you do. Their efforts will not

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benefit you,

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what's going to benefit you?

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What you do?

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Well, that is alone are American, we aren't alone and you will not be questioned about what they used to do.

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We are not responsible for others, we are responsible for ourselves.

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On the day of judgment, we will be asked about what we did not about what other people did.

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For example, on the day of judgment, we will be asked about our age, our youth, our time, our wealth, our knowledge, what do we do with these things?

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Not what other people did with their things.

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Allah tells us and similar to the cattle I ate, some lettuce, Alona, Yama, Eden and in their aim, then you will surely be asked that day about pleasures that you enjoyed

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Indonesia, what do we focus on? our attention is on the actions of others, what is she doing? What is he doing? What are they doing? Look at them,

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what should our focus be on on ourselves, because we will be asked about what we did, we are responsible for what we do.

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Have you ever seen something on internet when some people write about some person one comes and gives comments the other comes in and is talking about and the other thing against

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some people know and some talk without knowing.

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So, basically, this is a weakness of human beings that they dispute with each other, regarding others, or people before them.

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So what will be the outcome? What will be the benefit?

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If you are disputing with your sister about a personality of a past, personality of the past, what will be the outcome?

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People dispute about players that who will win or who is the best movie star scholars, religious leaders, political leaders, they try to prove that the one they love or they respect is better than the other.

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Unless monotonicity system cometan Katana

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they have gone with their actions. La hamaca Welcome nakazato you will not be forgiven for their actions, because they were very pious people whom you respect. So unless one little we'll give you because you were in their favor. And same. If you are against someone that will not help you benefit you the Day of Judgment.

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You will be asked about your deeds.

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So each one of us should think about our own deeds. What do we do? We are very keen, interested, inquisitive about what others do. Whether they're right or wrong. Instead, we should think about our own selves.

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When it is a matter of linear, we are selfish.

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We talk about

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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inshallah one day you will complete.

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may you be among those who completed.

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So congratulations.

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many times when there's a match going on or something people associate themselves with particular teams that are playing. So that when the game is over when a particular team wants, if your team wins, you say, Yes, we won. Whereas you're not actually the one who won. It's the people who were playing who won the hammer cassava, well upon markers after they spent their time playing, you spent your time just watching. Don't just watch do something.

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And congratulations to online students also our love and grace for you. So anyone wants to say something about what did you learn in this just from alpha to this? Ayah? How do you feel?

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Do you feel any change in this one month? Did you learn something? You feel you got something, and hamdulillah

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psycho, I was just gonna say what I wanted from this course was to learn the Quran, and obviously the work to worry. And at hand, I feel so good. And just the first week, I was so worried that it's only 18 months, and it's gonna be over in 18 months, I was so worried I was upset for after the first week only because it's gonna be done 18 months, but I've gained so much and it's only 17 months now. So inshallah I'll continue on. But what I was going to say is, I almost thought it was impossible to learn Arabic.

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So your feelings.

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One thing I really enjoy is my time, like, now I'm delighted to kind of go back home and tell her that over and over and over again. Before I remember, I used to go to university, and I'm so bored. What should I do? Let me call my friend. I'm so sleepy, I'm wasting so much time. But now, I would like it. So one thing I like is my time.

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That's the best investment of time. You see Time is money. And on the day of Africa, we will be regretful if we have wasted it. But why do we waste because we don't know what to do.

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And there are two types of people some take it positively and they enjoy it. And the others, they think this is kind of killing them. And they were killing time. And if they will not use Time, time will kill them.

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So don't take this course as time killing or it's killing you. It's Alhamdulillah the blessing of Allah over Pharaoh, my drone. Okay, anything else?

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Fun, I want

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one thing that I really liked about her, that is the people. So being here, when you're around so many students are on you just learned so much from them. And you know, coming from a high school environment, you know, it's such a change. And every day I meet new people, I see your smiling faces, and all the white hedgehogs and it's such a, you know, a good feeling to be here. And I'm just really glad that I got the opportunity to come here and every day I'm learning from you guys. So we're all changing, we're all helping each other.

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at Santa Monica.

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I must say that I was very happy to come to Buddha and I was very like crank Botswana at the beginning. I must be honest that I was coming like driving my car like it was so hard to come here because I had so many like tests

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but every day I came in I finally have the language the score. I see like you know allies word is taking me in charge and now I find like the peace and the strength to just finish my day. And then I go back and Savannah every day again a little bit more like trends or I become more qualified to back for writing like my car to the school. That finally Mashallah I was able to turn my car and come like straightforward like it was so getting much easier to vanilla. And what was making hard for me. I make dua and also like the school taught me how to make dua for this to be become

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You Mashallah. And I see now something more beautiful than the heart that I was going through from the beginning is now entering my home. So 100 is another one who speaks them. Yes, there's something in

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non member process because you are scared to jump on a plane.

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I love listening different languages, other than UNICEF, Lascaux languages department, I used to go to language lab and just sit and see different channels, Russian and Vietnamese, and all types of languages listening, listening, because this is signs of Allah, that Allah subhanaw taala has created different languages, and how he has chosen and preferred Arabic language, but his book. So if you read Quran in French, or English, or Hebrew or Arabic, it's totally different

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I was just thinking about it like a reflection for myself, in the last verses we've been doing, it keeps coming up about, like being Muslim and submitting to Allah. And I was just thinking, like, as we're here doing the course and then and then what was the word that came up mostly seen today, in order to submit we have to be pure, like in our intentions, and what we do and everything. And that makes it easier. And like, even for me, there's a lot of things like, you know, as learning goes on, you want to give up, you want to change about yourself. But you can't do that until your heart is pure. And the only way to submit is when you have a pure heart because then you know, like what

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you're doing this sincerely just for Allah, your intention isn't to make people think that you're really good or anything. But that's what I was thinking, like, while we're reading the Quran. And like, while we're trying to implement it, and you know, change ourselves, just try to purify your heart.

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One is that a person submits only outwardly just to please people just to satisfy people. And the other is that a person sincerely submits to Allah subhanaw taala. That is what has been.

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I'm from a country that is torn in a war Subhan Allah, like when we basically we have a government that is dictator that he takes the man's to the military service where they don't have any future, and the woman stay. Sometimes they take them to the military service, where sometimes there are physically abused, sexually harassed, so many things, but Alhamdulillah that a lot of us out

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a lot took us out from hardship. And when we got into Sudan, the first thing we did was, we start complaining about the weather. Okay, my sister was the one who reflect about this. And she told me and I was like, Ha, blah, I'm smiling. And I'm just thinking about Venice, right? while I'm doing the same thing. So all of you in here you have all of us have

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some of you never experienced of those people who are living in situations where there's a war.

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And not only that, but somehow Allah, Allah took us out from that difficulty, but he bring us in here. We are living in a peaceful country.

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And then we have to thank Allah subhana wa, tada

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Subhana Allah when we see the PAX South of the disaster, I mean, we just say, like, okay, that's happened. But that might happen, too. So let's take out lots of handle data today. And that is one of the things that I learned industries, that to take a loss of handle data, because you might not find it tomorrow. So

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that is a very important lesson.

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We don't think about the benefits that we're enjoying the piece that we're enjoying the security, the safety, and instead we focus on the things that we don't have, or the weather or just a few things, which are not that major. And this just so many times when Israel, we're told what is what is what is why, remember this favorite, remember that favor? Don't forget to do

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so one of the main lessons that we learned from this Jews is gratitude. And gratitude is expressed to a loss of provider how, how? By obeying Him by doing that, which pleases Him,

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because you can't just say thank you and do something

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let's listen to the recitation of these verses

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