Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 03 – L040C

Taimiyyah Zubair
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So, earlier in one, we will begin from I am number seven.

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So far we have read into the idea that the concept of the heat has been made very clear.

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So many times that either is the who has been mentioned, the names of our last panel data have been mentioned that prove to his oneness to his greatness. And the Quran has also been mentioned, the fact that Allah soprano data has revealed the Quran it must be believed in and it must be followed Why? Because it is the fourth con, it is the criterion. And as for those people who don't believe in it, those people who don't follow it, for them, there are severe consequences.

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Over here, in this ayah have also panel data tells us about the verses of the Quran.

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One lady, he is the one who meaning Allah is the one who under de la ilaha illa, who he is the one who under la Calcutta, he has sent down upon you the book, meaning upon the Prophet sallallahu wasallam the Quran, who is Allah and how you will consume layer for Allah He Shea allergies and Hakeem and it is he who has sent down the book for your guidance.

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And this book, men who is from it are verses meaning in this book, there are verses is a plural.

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Now, you know that I added a few times I add Connie and I add Sheree over here which is are these

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Sheree? Why because these are Ayat of the Quran, which are obviously sugary, some info is in the Quran, there are if there are more cameras

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that are precise, that are very clear in their meaning.

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The word Makana is the plural of the word more gamma and gamma is from the roof letters haircalf mean what karma is the feminine have come to how will you write more karma with the demo booth at the end and the masculine is without the download with them. So much karma is from Heroku which as you know means to judge about something to pass a verdict regarding something and the word hokum also means to make something firm to do something properly. And from the same root letters, we also got the word Hickman what is Hickman to do something in the right way in the right manner at the right time. So, over here more, does not mean that which is decided that with is judged, but rather

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what it means is that which is made perfect that which is made firm.

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It is that that the word hokum also gives us the meaning of to obstruct or to prevent something. So mahkum is that which is made firm and strong, that there is nothing that can obstruct it nothing that can prevent that this is the literal meaning of the word.

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What does it mean? Those that are firm, those that are exact, that are perfect, that are precise, you cannot misunderstand them. So what does it mean by I add to my comment, I add that are precise. If that are made firm? What does it mean by that?

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We see that these are those I add that are entirely clear and plain.

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You read them. And you know exactly what they mean. You know, some verses you read them, you read the translation. And it's clear in their text, in their content, in the way that the sentences are arranged in in the way that the words are placed. You read the sentence, you read the ayah. And it's clear, for example, the beginning of the surah Allahu La Ilaha Illa, who will hire you, when you read it, the meaning is very clear to you. So mahkamah are those verses whose meaning is entirely clear and plain.

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And why are they called mahkumat because they are precise in their wording and in their meaning firm in their wording and in their meeting. So because of that they're not open to various interpretations. There is no difficulty in understanding that they are to be taken in their literal sense. These verses, Allah says they are who they are, who as a feminine of whom they are Oman, keytab, mother of the book, what does own literally mean mother. And from this the word home is not just used for mother but it's also useful, the foundation of something, the origin of something, the basis of something.

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So these verses are the own of the book. What does it mean by that?

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They are the foundation of the book module.

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Just as a mother child returns to the mother again and again refers to the mother

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So similarly, these verses are the foundation. They're the basis of the book. And therefore, other verses should be referred to these verses for clarification. These verses are to be kept in mind when understanding other verses of the Quran.

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Because why they are the foundation. They're the basis of rulings of guidance, who know Makita. They're the mother of the book.

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It is also said that Omen Kitab over here means that their main part of the book that most of the verses of the Quran are,

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they are clear in their meaning.

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Now as for them, aka Matt, versus, let's look at the different opinions of the scholars as to what kind of verses they are.

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For example, even our best and even Mr. Little beat on both of them, they said that mahkumat verses are the nasty verses, what does anybody nasty,

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those verses that abrogate other meaning you read them, they're clear. And they're the verses on which the rulings are based. a verse that has been abrogated is a ruling based upon that is the hook and based upon techno, for example, we learned about the return of a woman whose husband has passed away. And we learned that a woman whose husband has passed away she stays in the house of her husband for how long, one whole year. But that versus abrogated another verse which abrogated it, which is a negative idea. What does that tell us? That there it is four months and 10 days? So what are you going to refer to for the ruling, which I add, that is not common? That is Nassif, meaning

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that verse which has abrogated the previous verses? Why? Because they're the omocha. They're the foundation, they're the basis of rulings.

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Other scholars have said that mahkumat is are those verses, which are about Helen, and how long? So basically, verses that are about rulings that tell you what to do, and what not to do. Is there any ambiguity and understanding the command? It's clear, okay. masala, obviously, praise Allah. Can you misunderstand that in any way? No, a thermal hygiene or monetary lack complete the hygiene and refer Allah? Can you misunderstand that in any way? No, you cannot. So, these are verses about Helen, Helen, about the do's and don'ts, about the commands about that which is permissible and that which is not permissible.

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So, basically, we see that the merge command is the merge command versus are those verses that mentioned the commands, the obligations, the rulings, it is those verses which have to be implemented. They're about actions. They're about what to do and what not to do.

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And these verses we learned that the omocha this is what do we have to refer to to understand other scientists? Well,

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what will occur is the plural of Allah and others.

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And what does that mean other meaning there are other ayat in the Quran that are Muhtar shabbiha. That are unspecific.

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By the word with a shabby hat is a florala. With a shabby Hatton with a shabbiha. With the shabby Hatton with a timer booth at the end, which is a feminine of motor shabby, we have done this word before as well, what will do be motor shabbiha they will be given the fruit to provision engender such provision that resembles one another.

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What the shabby hat is understood to be from the work the shabba, which gives us two meanings. First of all, it means to resemble one another, to be similar to one another.

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For example, we learned the story of the cow in Alvaro de shabba, Elena, all the cows, they look alike to us. They look alike to us, all of them look the same to us we cannot tell between the cows.

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So what does it mean by the Shabbat to resemble one another to be similar to one another?

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Secondly, it also means to be unclear to be unspecific by unclear I don't mean unreal or untrue. But what I mean is it's unspecific and specific it doesn't specify what exactly it is, it can be understood in a number of ways. precise meaning has not been specified. It can be understood in a number of ways. Where do we get this meaning of the shaba to be unclear from to be unspecific from.

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For example, there's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, which tells us that the Hillel is the yin and the heroine is

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the lawfulness clear and the unlawful is also clear and between them are matters that are

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between them are matters that you are not sure about whether they are halal, or they are Haram.

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So what is an invite to Shabbat? What's the second meaning of it? Something that is unclear why because it is unspecific, it hasn't been specified what exactly it is. And because it hasn't been specified, therefore, it can be understood in a number of ways. Which is why when it comes to heroin, heroin, some things it's obvious, it's very clear, but there are some matters over which there's so much difference of opinion. Some people say it's Halloween, other people say it's Halloween is in itself, you may have seen with so many issues, and each one has his evidence for it. So such matters are what would a shabby hat. That's what the Hadees tells us, meaning they are

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unclear and specific with regards to the ruling.

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So basically, Mata shabby is something that is so similar to another, that it is difficult to distinguish between the two.

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Now, this is the meaning of the word with a shabby hat. What does it mean by verses that arm with a shabby hat

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versus that arm with a shabby hat, what it means by diamonds, verses that are not entirely clear in their meaning, in their interpretation, they are unspecific

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in their meaning, in their interpretation, how are they unspecific and because of this reason, they are open to more than one interpretation.

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For example, when we read about the stories, for example, the story of Crusader in his salon with the story of Bollywood.

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Now, one is the story that you were told through the Quran, and because some details were not mentioned, therefore, how do we understand that from the opinions of different scholars or from the traditions that we learn from, but he is slightly but because the precise detail has not been mentioned? Therefore, the story is understood in different ways. It is open to multiple interpretations. So I add motor shabbiha are those verses whose meaning has not been specified precisely. And because of that, they're open to more than one interpretation.

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Others have said that Muta Shafi had what it means is that it is those verses whose meaning is known only to Allah subhanaw taala.

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The exact meaning of these verses is only known to to Allah nobody else, for example, the opening that results similar to the current lm on Alif Lam mean, we had a whole discussion on what they mean or if they don't mean anything, what's their purpose. But that also is only an opinion of scholars. This is the best that we can guess this is the best that we can understand with the knowledge that our Lost Planet Allah has given us. But the exact precise meaning Allahu Allah, at the end of the day, what do we say? Alone word of Allah knows best. So I asked him what he had or those verses, whose reality whose exact meaning only Allah subhanaw taala knows.

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Now doesn't mean, you know how to code under this code is by in Albion moving this code and is clear it is open. That doesn't mean that this Shabbat is contradicting that if there are verses which we don't understand, how can the Quran be clear at the same time?

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If there are verses for example, Alif Lam Meem, which we cannot completely and fully understand, then what does it mean by Quran that is, will be how do we understand that?

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We see that certain things, they are very important for us to know even if we don't fully comprehend them. Even if we don't fully understand.

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Like for example, right? unseen when it comes to the matrix of the unseen. We learn about the day of judgment that is described in the Quran, Janata described in the Quran, the story of Adam or insulin that is mentioned in the corner. All of that is what unseen. We haven't seen it. And even if we try, we cannot see it. But if we're told we don't believe in it, is our mind going to be complete? No. Our purpose in life is to prepare for the era. This is why we're here in dunya. To prepare for the ACA if we don't believe in the unseen, how are we going to prepare for the ACA, we won't be able to

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so it doesn't contradict the clarity of the Quran. But it is necessary at the same time to believe in the unseen. So with the shabbiha are generally versus that routine with the unseen whether it is stories or it is detailed or it is future or it is fast, or it is something that we

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Don't know we cannot see, it is generally with regards to the unseen.

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For example, when it comes to mathematics and geometry and calculus and all these things, people work in multiple dimensions, or they do problems, that never really happened. For example, it's possible that in that you did some problems that are very unrealistic. And you wonder, what's the point? It doesn't happen? Isn't it? So for why do you do it? Because it is possible. It doesn't happen generally. But it is possible. And it's important for you to know that to understand that in order to understand the old concept fully. So similarly, the wave or the shabby hat, if they're not useless, they are there to supplement our understanding.

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Because if we were not informed of them, then how would we know about where we've come from? where we're going? why we're here? We couldn't.

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So it doesn't contradict the fact that the Quran is clear. So fotomoto shall be had and there are other verses as well, that are with the shabbiha. So to summarize, what are the mocha shabby had I had? What do they include them with a shabby hat, I add include the metrics of the right metrics of the unseen. And according to other scholars, they include those that are abrogated, okay? Because if the outcome is those that abrogated the verses then with the shabby after those verses that are abrogated, other say that mother shabby had verses, they include, for instance, the hood of macatawa, the disjointed letters, the meaning of which, exactly precisely we don't know.

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Then it has also been said that the mother shabby hat versus they include the stories that are mentioned in the Quran.

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For example, the stories that we read in sort of the book on the end of the second year is beginning of the third years. All of these stories are what part of their causes their stories, and they're included in with a shabby hat.

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So, basically, mahkumat are those that are to be understood and implemented with a shabby hat are those that are to be believed in there to be accepted, but not implemented?

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How can you actually implement them, there is no action, there is no command in them.

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But obviously, those verses Allah subhanaw taala as mentioned in the Quran, for a certain purpose, so we learned a lesson. So whatever lesson we learned from them, obviously, that is to be implemented. But there is no clear command that is in those verses.

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We see that as human beings, there are some things that we see other things that we listen to, we feel, we understand, and then we can relate to them.

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And many of these things are mentioned in the Quran. For example, the verses are mentioned in the Quran of the sun, the moon, the stars, people, colors. Yesterday we learned about the creation of the human beings This is something that we see it's tangible and these concepts are mentioned in the Quran.

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Similarly, there are commands that Allah Subhana Allah has given us Hajj Salah, even these are mentioned in the Quran. These verses are what are the most common. But there are other verses that talk about the arco that talk about Jenna that talk about Johanna they talk about the attribute of Allah subhanaw taala the hand of Allah yet Allah the hand of Allah? Has anybody seen it? Can we describe it? We cannot because we haven't seen it. And it would be completely inappropriate for us to even try to explain even try to describe it. So all of these are included in what in the movie shabbiha.

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Now, is it important to just believe in the mahkumat and not with the shabbiha? Is it? No, it's important that a person must believe in mocha, mocha, and mocha shall be

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more common to talk about the world that we can perceive and with the shabbiha to talk about the world that we cannot perceive. But both are necessary because both supplement each other.

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Without the other without them with a shabby hat, the macula would also be incomplete. It would be impossible to understand.

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And it's possible that we don't fully comprehend them with the shabbiha diet, but we need both of them.

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So the question is, if the motor shall be had or not to be implemented,

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if the motor shall be held,

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versus a talk about things that we cannot see things that we cannot have 100% awareness of, then why are they mentioned? What's the point? What's the reason? First of all, I told you that yes

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They're necessary for us to fully understand them. Why else?

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It's a part of image, it's a test on image with these verses what happens? The believers are tested. And the hypocrites are also testing. The believer, when he reads these, if what happens is a man increases or he says, Okay, I don't understand, but I accept it as it is. And because of his acceptance, he is rewarded.

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But then when I feel the hypocrite, what happens to him, he gets stuck on it. Remember the example of the mosquito? He gets stuck on the mosquito? Why like this? Why, and then his Eman his faith, his hypocrisy that becomes visible. So these I add, they are a test of our event as well.

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They are a test of our faith as well. This is another reason as to why they're mentioned. Why on earth do you think they're mentioned in the Quran

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to tell us that all that you see is not everything. There is more that is beyond.

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It reminds us that we don't have knowledge of everything. There is much more that we don't know of

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what else

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so that we know about the past about the history. And Allah subhanaw taala is in the unseen as well. So we need to know about him. We need to know about gender. When we learn about gender when we learn about not when we learn about the Day of Judgment, what happens it increases our email. And that affects our doesn't it

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our Eman effects are our what is it that makes us pray on time? What is it that makes us do certain things or stop us from certain things that fear the day of judgment that everything I'm doing is being recorded that if we weren't told that everything you're doing is being recorded, despite the fact that we can't see the records? Wouldn't that make a difference in our actions? Of course it would.

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So, these things have been mentioned because they affect our Eman which affects our argument.

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Therefore, it is necessary that we must be aware of these concepts, even though we cannot fully comprehend them.

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One more very important reason is that the Arabs, for them eloquence was about not just speaking, you know, in big words, but it was also about speaking in figurative expression. Why? Because the more a person's spoken figurative style, the more eloquent his speech was.

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So for example, if we take the meaning of motor shopping out to be verses that are open to multiple meanings, versus that are open to several meanings that can be interpreted in different ways. That is only possible when you speak in a figurative style.

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For example, into jabril. He's mentioned in the Quran, how just by the name of Moloch just by the imagery, know what else rueful kudos. Now when you read this, what happens? rule? It's a spirit and its kudos, it is pure, the angel debris is pure. And why is he giving this title because he brought that which purifies us. So when you speak in figurative language, what happens? It makes the language more beautiful, it opens the doors to several meanings.

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And if everything was written in plain, plain, then it would be almost monotonous and boring. But the Quran is a miracle. And the Arabs, they were the masters of their language. So in the Quran, when mata shabbiha verses are mentioned, what did that prove that this column cannot be of a human being? This has to be the Quran of your heart if you're creating.

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Similarly, Alif Lam Meem. We don't know exactly their meaning. But as we discussed yesterday, the purpose is to prove the miraculous nature of the Quran. These are the letters that you speak when you produce something like the Quran. No, you cannot say if they were not mentioned, simply because they are done with a shabby hat, then would this be established? No. So for the Arabs, eloquence was not just in speaking in big words, but it was also in speaking in figurative style in figurative speech,

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and therefore with a shabby hat include those verses that are figurative.

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Another answer to this question is that some verses that are mentioned in the Quran, they're not clear in their exact meaning, in the sense that you have to look at other verses of the Quran to be able to fully comprehend them. Which is why when we're studying one verse, we look at several other verses as well. This is why I occurred to you different verses as well. So what does that do when a person reads a particular verse? And in order to understand that, he looks at the rest of the Quran he strives to find out what the problem

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serrulata seven said about that concept. he strives to find out what the Sahaba said, how they understood, what happens, a person is struggling to understand a text of the Quran he is researching he's questioning is finding out, what is that going to do is going to increase him in his reward. And as a result, the jahir will be distinguished from the island, the one who is ignorant will be distinguished from the one who knows.

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So, basically, the point is, that when the verses are not mentioned, in a clear, plain way, what happens, it adds to the beauty of the text. And it also makes people struggle to understand the text of the Quran better.

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And when they do that, they get more reward.

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And like this, the one who knows, the island is distinguished from the one who doesn't know the giant, for example, even the words of the Quran, you know, the Sahaba, the companions of the Prophet, sort of artisan, and they spoke Arabic.

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They spoke Arabic, that's the language they knew, and the Quran came in their language. But we see that there were some words that even they were unaware of, meaning they did not know the exact meanings of those words.

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For example, or even a vessel they learn who he saw a Bedouin use the word Fatah, which literally means to tear something lengthwise for the first time, but fat that is used for who Allah subhanaw taala the Creator.

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So when they would observe and when they would research and when they would question and when they would find out the meaning of the words of the Quran, the meaning of the text of the Quran, obviously, all the effort that they're putting in, I didn't get your word for that.

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there are scholars who put in so much effort who would read the Quran over and over and over again why to try to understand a particular text. So, this is a means of elevating the ranks of those who struggle to gain knowledge.

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A person could object why mentioned with the shabbiha when we cannot fully understand them when we cannot fully comprehend them.

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But the point is, that the way that the sentences that the eyes are worded, what happens people struggle to find out the meaning and as a result, they increase in their reward they increase in their the Rajah

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some of the shabby hotwire they mentioned, to summarize a test so that there is variety in the meaning what else to elevate the ranks of those who struggled to learn and also for the purpose of the beauty of the text which which comes in eloquence. And one more very important reason is to supplement our understanding of

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our knowledge, our understanding would be incomplete if the Buddha shall be happy if we're not mentioned in the Quran.

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So we see that there are two types of if mark and Matt and with the shabby hat, what does Allah say? Allah says the Ummah Lavina pupu becomes a con. So as for those people in whose hearts is as a, what is they? They literally means to bend or to incline away from something. So they is used for deviation. It is used for crookedness. So those people whose hearts is crookedness, meaning they don't think straight, they don't have the correct belief. They're deviated, they're crooked in their hearts, they have a crooked mentality. So these people, what do they do? factory owners so they follow? What do they follow? What do they pursue, man, that which meaning those verses that are the

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shabbiha that are unspecific men who from it meaning from the Quran, so those people in whose heart is a deviation, whose hearts are deviated? What do they do? They follow those verses that are unspecific.

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Now, what does it mean by this deviation? The sale the sale has been understood as shocked as

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a person who doesn't have correct email whose Eman is full of doubts. I wonder if this really is true. I wonder if there really is the hereafter. So their Eman has shocking it.

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So what do they do? They follow that which is unspecific. What does it mean by this they follow that which is unspecific. This is understood as that all of their effort, all of their energy, all of their focus is on what I asked him with a sharpie what not is better? What can

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they just get stuck on a mosquito? Why did I mention the mosquito? Instead of focusing on the many commands that are mentioned in the car? What do they focus on?

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The story of Rosie the story of Ibrahim Raisa the story of our youth in general, this is what they focus on. So their entire focus, their entire concentration is on them with a shabby hat versus

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they don't focus on what they should do, what they learn from the map, but rather, the question. They focus on the motor shabbiha diet.

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Although this has been understood as that yet to be owner matters, I mean, who, that they pursue them with a shabby hat, meaning they go after them to alter the meaning of them with a shabby hat versus why, because that incorrect meaning Miss interpretation, what does it do? It conforms to their false understanding of the religion. So basically, they use the Muta shabbiha, if to prove their points.

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So their entire focus is on the examples that are mentioned in the Quran. The stories that are mentioned in the Quran, they forget about the commands, they don't focus on them at all. Why? Because these stories or these examples, they will pick on only one aspect, one portion one part of it, why to justify to prove their point.

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For example, when it comes to the belief of a side hustler,

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what do we know that He is the Savior of Allah, He is a human being. But there are some people who when they see the Quran, when they read the code, and they say, look, it has been said that he is ruhollah Rahman who he is ro, Minerva, from Allah, meaning he is the roof of Allah. And at the same time, what do they do? They ignore, they forget the other wascomat I add, for example, Allah says in the Quran in Hua Illa, Alberto anona la, indeed is only a servant, we blessed upon him. So they focus on them with a shabby hat I add, why? Because they can miss interpret them, they can interpret them incorrectly to prove their point, to justify their claims to justify their belief.

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As for why Allah subhanaw taala calls restarted Islam grew from men who is because he said Islam was a rule, meaning he was a person created by who created by Allah Subhana

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forever after v Maru, hey, I've listened to him from Iowa, but everybody their roof was blown into by who of us Pentagon and grew he does not mean the roof that is in me, but rather what it means is the one that I have created for the human beings. So what do they do? They focus on the motor shabbiha. They miss interpret them, and they use them to justify their false claims. This is what they do.

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Why do they do this? ourselves at har seeking for the purpose of an fitna mischief. This is what they want to seek fitna. What is fitness? fitness literally is to melt or heed golden fire. Why in order to purify it in order to mold it, and then the word is used for exposing something to difficulty, which is why the word fitness is used for trials. It is also used for punishment, and is also used for putting someone in such a difficulty that they are driven away from their faith,

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driven away from what they believe in.

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Which is why we learned the meaning of fitna to be religious persecution before that a person is persecuted because of those religions that eventually he leaves is the

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devil fitna. What does he mean by fit Now over here, confusion misguidance. throwing people into confusion, misleading the ignorant people. This is what they want to do if they are unfitness

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while swab the law, really, and also to see its interpretation.

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They also focus on them with a shabby hat is why in order to know their interpretation. But the fact is that no matter how much a person tries to learn about the interpretation of them with a shadow head at some of them, it's not possible.

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For example, the story of resilience and um, there are some details that are not mentioned very clearly. Okay, try your best to find out what exactly happened. Can you ever find out? Can you you cannot. You can't go back in history and see what exactly happened. You just have to trust what allies telling you. If you look at that, really, they focus on them with the shabbiha to seek their interpretation. Now the work that we it's our newsletters Hamza Well, from the word old or Moran, which is to return to the origin of something

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and the work that we is understood in several ways. First of all, it hasn't been said that that will is to understand a word in the light of one of its connotations.

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For example, when it is that he was alive

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In the battlefield, what does it mean? That literally became a line? No, doesn't mean that physically he became an I know, one of the connotations of being a lion is to be very brave, to be very fierce. So what it means by being a lion in the battlefield is that he was very brave, he was very fierce.

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It is also said that that wheel is to explain a word, or a phrase. So in other words, it is the interpretation of something, what a word actually means. What do we call that? The feet, the feet of the court, what this word means, in the context, what this text means, in the context, what this phrase means, in the context, what is that, that I've seen, so that will also means the explanation of a word, or of a text, what it actually means. Thirdly, the word that we also give the meaning of the actualization of an event when something actually happens, when something occurs. So over here, what you are really seeking, it's that wheel, what does it mean by that? seeking its interpretation,

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what it actually means,

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for example, we learn about use of nslm, he said, Heather, that we know who he is, this is the interpretation of my dream,

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that we all need interpretation, interpretation is the first meaning. The second meaning in the context is that we don't really gives meaning of the actualization of that particular thing, or that particular fact that our last panel data has mentioned that the seek out the interpretation of that text, or the seek out the fulfillment of that particular statement that has been mentioned in the Quran.

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Now, what does it mean by this, we say that some people, when they focus on the motor shall be had versus what do they want to do? They want to know what the exact meanings

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and because they can never find out, they get stuck in it, they get caught up in it. And at the same time, they ignore that which is more important.

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Secondly, they try to seek out the actualization of that with the shabbiha versus, for example, we see that for some people, the Quran is only a book of predictions.

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And they're saying, Oh, look, this is a sign of the Day of Judgment. Well, okay, it may be a sign but this is the only thing that you learn from the Quran. No, there's so many other things that you learn from the Quran. But most of Muslims what is their focus on this is kind of their judgment is assigned to do judgment. Not this is a command of a lion. This is a prohibition from Allah.

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So their entire focus is on the motor shabbiha they don't focus on the Masha, Allah subhanaw taala has sent the book Why? For our guidance, so that we do something nasty, that just we're guessing just we're saying, Okay, this is you know, what it means and this is what that means, no, not just that, but mainly, so that we act upon the

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but the focus of these people is on the motor shabbiha tired.

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We learned that from a hadith that is recorded in Muslim, I shall have the Lord has said that the prophets are alive and and recited this ayah who will lady Angelica kita woman who I admire

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Bahama shabbiha until the end of the year, and then he said, when you see those who argue in it, when you see those people who argue in what inomata shabby hat, then they are those whom Allah has met by who by and large enough you could up him zaven Who are these people, those who argue with regards to them with the shabby had, therefore, beware of them. Beware of them, don't listen to them, don't follow their interpretations, don't follow what they're telling you don't follow what they're justifying through the Quran, because what they're interpreting is incorrect.

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Similarly, another version of the Hadees tells us that when you see those who follow what is not so clear of the Quran, then there are those whom Allah has described. So beware.

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So their focus is on the with the shabbiha the profits are avoided and warned us beware of them. Don't listen to these people. So when you see a person focusing not on the armor aspect of the Quran, and focusing just on the with the shabbiha just on the stories just on the examples just on these details that are not very clear in the Quran, then become alert.

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Sometimes we go listen to a lecture or listen to something and it's possible that the entire lecture

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very amusing, very nice. But at the end, you're like, Okay, what am I supposed to do? There is no action point nothing. It's just commentary, commentary, commentary. So when it comes to only commenting, only talking, only arguing, only discussing, then become alert and stay away. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us beware of that when you see people arguing with them with a shabby hat, beware of them.

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But when a person is telling us about what to do, because this is what we learn from the Quran, this is what the converse tells us, then do that.

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What does Allah say? Allah says, We're Maria island with a widow who, and now knows its interpretation, whose interpretation, the interpretation of the watershed we have,

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who knows about their exact meaning, who knows about the precise meaning in Allah, except Allah, only Allah knows about the exact meaning of these verses?

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What was the whole feeling, and those people who are firmly grounded in knowledge, or as a whole is the plural of receive and receive is from Rousseau, Rousseau was in he means to be deeply rooted in something to be firmly established in something so much so that the thing which is deeply rooted, becomes stable.

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For example, you have a nail, a very long in which you're going to hammer into the wall, one of the to hammer in only slightly, so that it's just standing against the wall, what's going to happen, you will touch it, or you will hang something on it, and it's going to fall. But the other is to hammer it deeply, so that it becomes firm, and it's not moving anymore, it becomes stable. And then whatever you put on it, is going to stay. This is what Rousseau means to deeply and firmly, ground something so that it becomes stable.

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So a loss of hoonah those who are firmly grounded in what figure in me in the knowledge, those who have firmness, in knowledge, those who have clear understanding of the knowledge, which knowledge is is which is this of the Dean of the Quran of the center. What is their reaction when it comes to the Buddha shabbiha Yoku Luna, they say, Amma NaVi we believe in it. Despite the fact that they know so much. What is their reaction? That we believe in it? Okay, fine. I don't fully comprehend this. I don't fully understand it. But I believe in it. Why? Because Calum, all of it. I love the Quran, then what can I add? And then with a shabby, I add both of them, all of them are from who minear

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Indira Bina from our Lord, because Allah subhanaw taala has revealed it.

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But the question is, who are the rasuna featuring who are the verses fulfilling? I those who are firmly grounded in knowledge, you see, when it comes to knowing in there are different levels.

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One is to be totally willing to be a student of knowledge to be a seeker of knowledge. And this is at the beginner level, the second level is off Sahiba

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someone who has gained knowledge at a specific level.

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For example, a person has studied about fear, he has studied about rumack, or an image of see different things he has mastered, or he has gained the knowledge at a specific level.

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Then there is rasuna feeling, who are the

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those who have not just learned the knowledge, but they have understood that as well.

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They don't just know it, but they understand it. And because they understand it, they use that knowledge. They act upon that knowledge.

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And remember, the more a person acts upon knowledge, the more he remembers it,

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the moment we act upon something, then we remember it. And if we don't act upon it, we forget it. So as a wholesaler, or not just those who have big degrees, who have studied from big universities, who have big ears as us know, there are those who have gained they're in and they have understood it, they have absorbed it, they have implemented it, they use it.

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For example, sometimes you reading a book on Islam or on tipsy or something like that, and you read it. And then you see that the scholar has quoted another Ayah to explain a particular ayah.

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Now, it's possible that you will have read both the verses, but you never connected the two.

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But he connected the two. Why? Because he fully understood both of them and he remembered

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them as well, which is why he was able to connect the two and put both of them together and understand them together. So rasa hoonah Villareal are not just those who know, but they understand implement and use that knowledge as

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it is that that process. In the profit side, a lot of film was asked about them. And he said, Who am and Bob let me know who was rather condescending, who was the Comic Con boo. He is the one who does not wear false boots. He speaks the truth. And his heart is firm. What does he mean by this?

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event is strong, he does not swear false oath. Who is it? Who has to swear all the time?

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Someone who is not credible, someone who is not trustworthy. And so he has to swear all the time. But someone whom others look up to, he doesn't need to swear. He doesn't need to tell people that I swear this is the case. I swear that is the case. No, his statements are clear. They're to the point, then he speaks the truth. And then his heart is firm meaning upon him. And

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generally, we think the rasuna fill in are those who have just written a lot of books. What does the Hadees tell us? that it's not just those who have in, but it is those who do as well.

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Those who act upon their elements? Well, you see there, in there, you see the knowledge in their action.

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It has also been said that the good scholar is one who when people seek to get knowledge from him, he tells them what is correct. And he does not show arrogance, or bad character or bias in telling the truth. If people do not show him deference, he does not complain. If people don't respect him, people don't come to his class. If people don't come to his Institute, he doesn't complain. Because the point is what to protect oneself? No, the point is to spread the knowledge.

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And he does not compromise for the sake of others. On the end, he does not demand the respect of others. rather he trusts only a loss.

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So that is the corner filler in what do they do? What is their reaction when it comes to them with a shabby?

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What do they do? What is their reaction? That Oh our Lord, we believe in all of it? Why? Because it is from you. We believe in them with a shabby, we believe in them as well? because both are from you.

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Now this part of the eye has also been understood in another way. And what is that?

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That is that you join what rasa hoonah filler in with a llama.

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That when I yarlung with a widow who in the law, what was the hoonah finger in?

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And then you pass? What does it mean that

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that nun knows the interpretation? The exact meaning of the mother shabby I add except you except Allah and the rasuna, filling

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the rasuna fill in? They're the ones who know who understand them with the shabby eye as well.

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But how can they know the right? How can they know DNC?

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What is the mean by this thing, that they also know that that we they also know the meaning. What it means is that they also understand these verses, for example, we learned about Islam in the hood of Mozart in great detail.

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So many scholars have presented their opinions. But the final opinion that I mentioned to you, doesn't it make most sense? Isn't it the most relevant in the context.

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And when you look at the entire clan, all of the suitors all of the as I mentioned to you some of the sutras in which has been mentioned, when you look at all of them, then that opinion makes more sense that these heroes what do they do? They display the miraculous nature of the Quran. So the rasa hoonah pillar in they also understand that that we have these ideas.

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But when do they understand them?

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When they are rasuna filler when they're firmly grounded in knowledge,

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when they don't just know on the surface.

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But they understand the ayat in the context. And remember that with a shabby hat, I add one of the meanings was that those verses that are open to multiple interpretations, also those verses that are open to multiple interpretations. So the correct interpretation, often with a shabby hat is who knows them.

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They know that.

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So for example, the I about restart restaurant menu.

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You could misunderstand it if you read it just on the surface. But someone who is rasa hoonah filled in, they will tell you that no human who doesn't mean you have a large part of the group that Allah has created.

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So rasuna feel they understand the correct interpretation of them with the shabbiha

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rasuna fillerina coluna Emma NaVi cannot mean are in the Europeana. What does Allah say at the end? What am I that Kuru Illa

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and non tech seed, except those of understanding? Yeah, that was you know, that that code, what does it mean? To take heed? To take a lesson from something, to remember to not forget it?

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So, who takes a lesson from this? And what lesson by the way, that a person should not just get stuck on them with a shabby hat, he should focus on the mahkumat. And he should believe in both of them, who will really take a lesson.

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Those people who have sound intellect, those people who use their mind, you see, it requires intellect to understand that it's not possible to understand

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and a person who lacks intellect, what does he think that I should be able to understand something? If this is not logical? If I cannot understand this fully, then I will not believe in it. For example, there are people who say, oh, because I cannot see angels, therefore, I'm not going to believe in the angels. Yes, I mentioned the Quran, but it's only metaphorical. It's not real.

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Similarly, they have Gentlemen, I haven't seen, therefore I'm not going to believe in it.

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There are people who say that,

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but what does Allah say when I read the Quran, Allah,

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it requires intellect, to understand that you cannot understand this. And despite the fact that you cannot understand this, still you have to accept it because it is necessary. It is only those who use their mind who understand. So basically, in this ayah, we learned that there are two types of I attend the Quran mahkumat and we shall be heard. And when these verses are mentioned in the Quran, people react in one of the two ways.

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One way is that a person says, I believe in it. Why have I sent it? It's a part of the Quran. The other way is observed of deviation. I don't know what does this mean? And how can this is mentioned over here? But it's not true. But I haven't seen it. How can you prove it? Why Why did you do this to create fitness and to know what you find out that we that suits their beliefs

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but over here as we see the way that Allah subhanaw taala likes his author

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they make dua to Allah subhanaw taala.

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do not deviate our hearts farther in headache. after You have guided us while having an amulet and karasuma and grant us mercy from yourself. In Nevada and Delaware have indeed you are the Restore. So that also hoonah funeral they understand the value of hidayah they understand the value of being rightly guided. So they pray to Allah, that do not deviate our hearts Don't let our hearts deviate from what from guidance. How? By following them with HIV, by pursuing them with a shabby heart by getting stuck in them with a shabby head bar than it had a tenner after You have guided us after you have shown us the way meaning after you have shown the truth to us, don't let our hearts deviate.

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You see rasuna fill in who are the those who are firmly grounded in knowledge.

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And I mentioned to you the Hadith was the armor on boo and his heart is also firm.

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So they're not just firmly grounded in knowledge, but they also wish to be firmly grounded in Hidayat in guidance which is why they pray to Allah soprano data that don't let our hearts deviate after giving us guidance. Don't let our hearts waver, keep us steadfast upon the the keepers firm.

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You see so many people, they miss us the ayat of the Quran. They miss interpret the verses of the Quran. And these days especially, you have one person saying one thing and other person saying another thing and you wonder what is right What is wrong? What should I do? What should I not do?

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So who is it that can really guide us? Allah subhanaw taala.

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So the Rossi hoonah funeral, they pray to Allah subhanaw taala that Oh Allah, you keep us guided. Don't let me get lost. Don't let me get astray because there is so much fitna. There's so many people who are struggling against the Quran. There's so many people who are struggling to misinterpret the Quran.

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To prove the Quran is illogical to prove the Quran is something that does not make sense. So, in this in the midst of this fitna, you keep a safe well heaven on earth and you grant for us Milan karasuma from near you mercy

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have Lana ism newsletter as well have a work and what is to give something without expecting anything in return.

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And only Allah subhana wa tada as the ISS in Naka, tala have indeed only you are the will have, it is only you who bestows. We think that when we give gifts to people, what do we expect?

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A gift back, when we give a gift, we expect that they must use that gift, they must not give it away to anyone, even if it's useless to them. We want that to happen. There are strings attached. But when Allah subhanaw taala gives something, he leaves it to us Do whatever you want to with it, use it, keep it, throw it, be grateful for it, or don't be grateful for it. But obviously, what is it that Allah likes gratitude? If a person is ungrateful for what Allah has given him, does not take away all the blessings from him. No, but if it was left to us, if we've given something to someone, and they're not using it properly, what do we want to do? Take it away from them.

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Just the other day somebody was saying about if we give a gift to somebody, especially someone who lives with us like a sibling, and they're not using it properly, what happens we get very upset. So we say I'd rather give it to somebody else. But Allah subhanaw taala he gives to us despite the fact that we are ungrateful, because he is. So grant us give us mercy from yourself. And the question is, what does anybody have for you what kind of armor they asked him for?

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But over here specifically refers to the

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steadfastness firmness upon the firmness upon hidayah. Because that is obviously a mercy of Allah

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and mercy of Allah in the hereafter in a high is what Jenna so grant us from yourself, mercy in this world, give us the ability to understand and follow the book, to stay steadfast upon the book, and the here after grant is mercy as well, by giving us gender, indeed, you are the Restore, you are the one

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we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he also used to pray for firmness of quantity.

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For example, we learned about the heavy metal design and she said that the profits are a lot different used to supplicate. yamaka liberal cannubi Sabbath can be an authentic or you who turns the hearts make my heart firm on what on your religion.

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Because sometimes it is other people who are telling us about wrong things will check our faith. Sometimes it's the worst perception and sometimes it is our heart, our own us. So yeah, mckinleyville cannubi subclavian identical you turn the heart, make my heart firm on your religion.

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So we see that we ourselves just based on our knowledge cannot remain firm upon Hidayat who's helped you read

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hour our Lord in Mecca Jamia ness indeed you are one who gathers people meaning you are going to get other people for what? For accountability for just when Leo men for a day meaning on a day level Eva fee, there is no doubt in it. Look at the yaqeen look at the certainty you are definitely going to gather people on a day about which there is no doubt in Allaha Indeed Allah lafley fool me. He does not go against

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His near

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the word Meow, this wonderful letter as well in that word, and what does that mean? Promise me your ad is a promise of meeting someone at a particular time. So it's a place and time of promise.

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So basically, it's an appointment. It's a time it's a meeting that has been agreed upon.

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So in Omaha, you know, for me, what is some yard over here? The day of government? Why is the economy odd because the time is fixed, the place is fixed. Nobody can miss it. Nobody can miss it. Nobody can be late for everyone.

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Why did you say this, that

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you're going to gather the people on a day in which there is no doubt by the mention the hereafter in their door. Why?

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Because all matters are going to be taken to where the hereafter for final decision. So in the dunya people dispute, people argue, people argue about him with a shabby hat, sometimes even about the mahkumat. But all of these cases, all of these issues will be resolved where on the Day of Judgment,

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and each person will be recompensed also, when in the hereafter on the Day of Judgment.

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So you will gather your creation, on the day of judgment, and you will reward or punish them accordingly. each according to his deeds, each according to what he did in his life.

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Also, we see that the word Miata has been used when it comes to some appointment in the dunya. What happens either relate, and we just don't show up. Forget it. Okay? No problem. As long as I don't have to pay any fine. If I don't have to pay a fine, that's it, I won't go. If I have to pay a fine, then I better make sure that I go. But the appointment of that day, nobody can miss it. Nobody can delay. Nobody can run away from it. Nobody can avoid it. So those people who are busy disputing and arguing about the ayatollah, whether

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you think you can escape that appointment, you think you can escape that meeting? No, everybody is going to be out there.

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So it is a reminder for us that our focus again should be on one on the

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on the hereafter. Our focus when it comes to studying the Quran should be on what what do I have to do

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on the action?

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The focus should be on the action. And what's going to happen on that day

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in and Lavina cafaro Indeed, those people who disbelieved meaning those people who didn't believe in the ayatollah,

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either all of them, or some of them, because even in disbelieving in some of the if what happens, a person's email is incomplete. It is not acceptable. So those people who disbelieve, learn to neon home, it's never going to avail them, it's never going to benefit them. Slovenia isn't doing better as I pneumonia from the word of Lina, which means to be rich.

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And when the word is followed by an it is to save someone.

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What does it mean? To save someone so learn to near and home meaning it's never going to save them, it's never going to defend them. What's never going to defend them and why they want their wealth or love man, what are allowed to whom and northern children Florida, when it

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so their wealth, and their children are never going to save them in avahi against the law, shake anything at all their wealth and their children. Why are they mentioned over here? Because it is a level of wealth in children, because of which many times a person disregards the eye a developer,

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because of which a person does not implement, does not strive to understand does not strive to spread the ayatollah. It's the love of weapon children.

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If you think about it, what is it that stops us from spending more time with the Quran? What is it? It's either our house, our jobs, our money, the things that we own? Or it's our children because we get busy in them and we don't have time

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For the ayatollah,

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yes, our wealth, our children, we are responsible for them. They are in a manner on us, especially as women, we have to look after our children, we have to look after the wealth of our husbands. As women, it's our responsibility. But isn't it our responsibility to understand the ayatollah

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is not going to question us about the earth?

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If he's going to question us about our children, if they're not going to question us about his if the ayah that he gave us, how much time did you spend on trying to understand this? Ayah? How much time did you spend on trying to implement these ideas? And once you understood these ideas, how much time did you spend on trying to help other people understand?

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Are we not going to be questioned about that? Of course,

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if we think that we're only responsible for our wealth, and children, which we are just this understanding that we should only be focused on our wealth and children, this is incorrect.

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We should also be focused on the eyes of Allah, for some people, their wealth, and children, stop them from believing in the eyes of Allah. For other people, it's their wealth and children that stops them from practicing the art of Allah despite believing in them. For other people, it's their wealth and children that stops them from spreading the ayatollah.

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Remember, we are accountable for what we own. We are accountable for the responsibility that Allah has given us. And these responsibilities include our children, and they also include the ayatollah,

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what did you do with them? Did you understand digital other people or not? So those people who disbelieve their wealth and children is not going to help them at all from Allah. They're not going to come on the day of judgment or like, often so busy, they have no time to recite your verses. No, they're not going to come to help you. They're not going to come to rescue you. We learned sort of from an African Ayah number nine, Allah says, Yeah, you are letting amanu or you have believed that will become unwelcome, your wealth should not distract you, when are allowed to come, nor should your children distract you on the screen, from the remembrance of Allah.

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What is the record of Allah, remembering Allah, the Quran is also the color of Allah. So your wealth, and your children should not divert you, from the remembrance of Allah will may have either nikka and whoever does that, for the echo hospital, it is there who have lost, because on that day, they will not just lose their wealth, but they will lose their children, and they will lose everything they have. In this dunya we keep away from the IRS. Why? Because we want to spend more time with our Well, we want to spend more time with our children on that day, they're not going to come help you. What is going to help you on that day? What did you do with the IRS?

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How much time did you spend with the ayatollah that's going to help you on that. So those people who disbelieve their wealth, their children will not avail them against Allah, anything at all.

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But will their homework una and it is their who are the few of fire

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now we see that having wealth and children is not something that is wrong.

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It's not something that is wrong, it's a part of life, it's a gift of Allah, it's a blessing of Allah. But when we prefer them, over the Ayat of Allah, whether it's believing in the earth or whether it's following whether it is trying to understand or helping others understand, when we prefer our wealth and children above the eyes of them, then that becomes a problem. What when I come home,

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and they are the fuel of the fire, what is local fuel from the new drivers walk off that. And recode is basically something that keeps the fire burning. As long as that particular thing is in the fire, the fire will continue to burn, you take that thing out, obviously the fire is going to extinguish so as long as it stays in the fire, fire is going to burn. So they are the fuel of the fire. What does it mean by this? That fire will come out of them they will be the fuel of the fire. As long as the fuel remains, the fire remains, how long are they remaining in the Hellfire forever?

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What would I ecomo now they are the fuel of the fire.

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Could be and if you don't like the condition of the people of their own, can that be good means like and the word that this one newsletter is then

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the word that is used for a way or effect that a person walks upon continuously, meaning he walks upon it repeatedly.

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For example, you come to school every day. There is a particular route that you take every day. It's

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It's a way that you go upon that you drive upon repeatedly, over and over again. And found is the word that is used for constantly doing something to constantly be engaged in a particular action. For example, about the sun in the moon, we learned the Quran that they are there, even from the same route, that Hamza that eBay, meaning they're constantly in their rotation in their movement in their obedience to Allah subhanaw taala.

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This is why the word that is used for the habit, the custom, the typical manner of someone, because whatever you do, over and over again, whatever you do repeatedly, what happens, it becomes your habit, it becomes your norm.

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You don't have to think twice, it becomes your typical manner, it becomes your way. So could that be like the way like the custom, like the behavior like the manner of who? And if you don't own one loving him and calling him the people of their own? And those before them? What was their way? What was their manner? What was their behavior? What was the behavior of the people of their own? What did they do when we saw this ranking?

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they disbelieved.

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They said, show us signs moosari. Sam showed them signs. What did they do? The display began

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more signs, disbelieving more signs, this brilliant nine signs were shown to them. Nine signs But still, what was their habit of disbelief? Well, levena and coddling him and those people before them, which people were before that people have been around.

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Odd the mood people have new people have lewd people have shaved these profits. Even their way was a lot of disbelief that the messenger came to learn about something. What did they do? They disbelieved.

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So the behavior of the disbelievers is like the behavior of the people of their own and those before them, and what does that behavior get them to be a a Tina, they disbelieve in our idea, whether the is Kony or shutter, whether they are the verses or they are the miracles that were shown. This was their behavior. And as a result, the consequence was further Humala bidder will be him. So Allah sees them because of their sense.

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rubies, florala them and what does that mean? Say?

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Allah sees them because of their sins, Allah punish them even in the dunya because of their sins.

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So if you look at the if in the beginning, can that be airlifted out? Meaning the way, the behavior of an arena cafaro is the way of the people of Iran and those before them. So in other words, if a person disbelieves, whether he is disbelieving in the first century, in the 15th century, the 21st century, or the 25th century, if a person disbelieves his way, his manner is of who? Those ancients, he's so backward.

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He's so backward, his behavior is off the ancient ones. What are the ancient people do?

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The messengers game? Show them the truth? They said, No.

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And this is exactly what Alina can do, no matter which era, which time they live in.

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And because this is what they do, they do exactly what the people have owned it. Therefore, what happened with the people of their own is going to happen with them as well.

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What happened with the people of Iran in those before them, when the disbelief Allah punish them.

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Similarly, these disbelievers as well no matter which time which era, they're in what's going to happen, they're going to suffer consequences for their denial. Why? Because the law who should either have a law is severe, in retribution. We'll call this new federal income from the word archive and archive is used for heal. And from this record is used for punishment that is a consequence of a person's wrong action.

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Allah is severe in retribution, meaning in penalty when a person does something wrong. And if Allah decides to punish him, his punishment is severe, his retribution is severe and a person cannot escape the decision of Allah

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know, the interesting thing is that many people think that if you claim to be an atheist or you claim to live your religion or don't believe in any religion, you're being very intellectual. Many people think that which is why we see so many people, they go to school with them get higher education, and they leave school without any without your email, and thinks apart to being very intellectual, being very modern, many people this is what the thing the more they advance in their dounia the more they leave their D.

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But what does the law say over here?

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that anyone who disbelieves What is he doing his way is of the people.

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His way is off, not just like the people of Iran, but even those disbelievers before this is not modernization, this is not intellectual ism. This is being backward.

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Because Allah subhanaw taala is the heart of Allah subhanaw taala is your job and what he tells you, you are to accept it. And if someone does not accept it, if someone rejects it, then there are consequences for that, no matter which era is no matter which time he is in, there will be consequences.

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I am number seven, in which we learned about the Mortal Kombat II at Animoto shabby, have

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we seen that those people whose hearts prevail is a deviation, there is hypocrisy in their hearts, or there's inclination towards falsehood, then what do they do? They miss interpret them with a shabby attire. They focus on those verses do justify their beliefs to justify their claims. Why? Because with a shabby hat verses are worded in such a way that you could miss interpret them with the examples that we looked at.

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However, there are some people who also argue with regards to them, versus There are also some people who argue with regards to the Mackinac versus not just the watershed, the head but also the murkiness. And obviously, that is also incorrect. Like, for example, sometimes the comments are very clear. They're obvious, but what do people say they were only for the believers at the time of the prophets.

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This is not applicable on us anymore. Or the Arabic text gives us one meaning, but they miss interpret the Arabic text. For example, we know that the word God actually means the strike. And the word verb only gives meaning of traveling when it's followed by fill up, every buena fill up, it only gives a meaning of traveling, when it's followed by fill up. But what do some people do everywhere the word love is mentioned even if it means striking, what do they do? They say that it means travel. They say their means move away. So sometimes people also argue about what can I do? And what does that show the intellectual is another person? No, it shows that he's not using his

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mind. Because the end of the ayah Allah says when I read the Quran, Allah will unpack it is only those people who have found intellect, who use their mind, who focus on them, and who understand them cannot end with a shabbiha properly correctly in their particular context.

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So we see that if a person is misinterpreting the Ayat of Allah, then he's not being intelligent at all. Intelligence is in submitting to the commands of Allah, not arguing with them.

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But look at number 12

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Colin Lavina cafaro say to those people who have disbelieved, meaning our Prophet sallallahu Sallam say to them, that sort of Laguna Sonia shall be overcome. To levana is from the fetters of buying land back from the word haulback, which means to conquer, to defeat, to overcome the other, to gain victory over the other. So to Villa buena, you will be overpowered, you will be subdued, you will be conquered, we will get the upper hand over you, you will be prevailed upon what are Sharona and you will be gathered together. So setup levana you will be defeated you will be conquered where in this dunya and in the hereafter What are Sharona and you will be gathered together to Sharona Islam

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hashtag What does hashtag mean? Together Together, and basically it is to gather together and force people out of their homes and gather them together in one place. Which is why the word hashing is also used for assembling people for battle, gathering people for battle. So there Sharona you will be assembled against your will, you'll be forced out and you'll be gathered where Elijah hunted to the hellfire.

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And will be entered into it will be suddenly had and what a terrible place it is. What a terrible about it is, the word we had is from the roof that was meme had. And the word meant is actually used for something that has been spread. Why has it been spread? For example, a man is used for a cradle as well. So a bed that has been prepared for who for a baby for a child. So basically mahad is a place of rest. It is a place of stay. It is something that holds something, just for example, a cradle of a child, what does it do? It holds the child, the bed, when a person lies upon it, what happens? The bed holds the person.

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So we suddenly had what a terrible place of rest it is jahannam is a terrible piece of rest. Why? Because we think about it. A person goes through the entire journey through life, but difficult, hard journey, then through the grid, then through the day of judgment, and then eventually Where does he end up in Hellfire and Hellfire also what a terrible place of say it is what a terrible place of residence it is. Why? Because there is no peace in there. There is absolutely no comfort. So tell me what a terrible place it is. Now, the Prophet sallallaahu Selim was commanded to say this to the disbelievers. Why we say that when the Prophet thought about Islam migrated to Medina, who

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was in Medina,

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they were the Arabs, and they were all to the Yahoo.

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And what did the Bani Israel do? They did not accept Islam initially. And we see that it has been said that the yahood of Medina when they saw the Battle of others, meaning when they saw the Muslims fight in battle, and be victorious at the Battle of whether they intended to become Muslim because they saw the victory of Islam.

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But then when the Muslims went forward, and a battle that the Muslims had one, they lost that. Then what happened? They who they said the Bani Israel, they said that this is a prophet who is not true. And so they would intend to enter Islam and then they would decide not to.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was told to say to them, that if you don't enter Islam, while knowing that it is the truth, then be prepared for the consequences.

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Also, you see, other scholars have said that this I was in particular revealed, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to Medina and after the Battle of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam address the blueprint or one of the tribes of Bani Israel. And he said to them, all Jews, beware of Allah, affecting you, as he did the Quran, that look what happened to the Quran. They fought against the Prophet of Allah, and what happened to them, they were defeated.

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So you should also fear Allah, because it's possible that the same thing happens to you. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to them, accept Islam, you will know that I am a prophet sent with a mission and you will find that to be so in your book and in Allah SPECT with you, that when you see when you know when you realize that I am the messenger, then what is stopping you.

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As we learned earlier, it was only behling it was only jealousy, it was only envy that was stopping. So after the Battle of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, one day you want the Bani Israel that look what happened to those people who oppose the Messenger of Allah? Do you want the same thing to happen to you?

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Fear Allah, and believe in his prophet.

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But it is said that the Jews, the bunny is right. They responded that do not delude yourself or Mohammed sort of autism. Just because some naive fools and simple people have entered into your fold. Should you ever fight against us, you will test our mettle as men of valor. Meaning then you will see how strong and brave we are

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these people whom you fought, and you've been victorious over who are the simple people who don't know how to fight. If you ever fought against us, then you would know that we are strong people when they made such statements, then the profit sort of artisan was told that say to them, that if you continue in your disbelief, despite recognizing the truth, despite knowing the truth, then be prepared for the consequences in the dunya and what are they the turtle nobuna you will be defeated and that's exactly what happened with them.

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What are Sharona Elijah Hannah Bobby said me head and in the Hereafter, there is greater punishment awaiting you.

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So basically, this is a warning for all those people who disbelieve in the Messenger of Allah. This is a warning for all of them, that there is consequences in this world.

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Also in the Hereafter,

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or the Canon accom. If, in fact, certainly, there is an ayah for you, there is a sign for you remember the meaning of the word I? What does it mean?

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It means verse, what else does it mean? Sign lesson, evidence. Miracle over here. What does it mean by if I over here gives the meaning of evidence and sign.

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In fact, there is an evidence for you there is a sign for you, there is a lesson for you and offer you fee in feet attain two groups.

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Which two groups is Dakota, which met each other?

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fee attain is a dual of the word fear from the roof letters. Fair Hamza? Yeah. And what Fei, Fei literally means to return. And the word fear is used for a group of people. Why is this word useful group of people, because the members of a particular group, what do they do, they return to each other, they return to each other, they refer to each other, why? to consult one another, to do some work together.

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And sometimes, because they're more comfortable with each other, therefore, they will return to each other.

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So, fear is a group of people literally it means to return. Why, because the members of a group they return to one another, they cooperate with each other, they communicate with each other. There are other words that we have read as well, for group, for example, we have done the work for you. For is also used for group and it's used for a portion of a bigger group that has separated from the main group. Because farakka means to separate, right? So for you is a group that has separated from the main group. So it's like a subgroup that has separated from the main body.

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There is another word that we have read oma, what is an oma a group of living beings

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and also is used for a group that has something in common, some common feature, which is why the Muslim Ummah it's not an oma just because the people of this Omar are of the same age or the same race or have the same background. No, it's because they have the same Deen regardless of their race regardless of their time of existence, regardless of the country that they live in, what is it that unites them their Deen? So over here, the word fear has been used.

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So for you, there is a lesson there is a sign in the two groups which met one another, in fact, that is for newsletters, lamb coffee, what does the cart mean to meet? And in figure is to meet one another? What does it mean, to meet one another, to confront each other. And in particular, this word is used when do individuals or two groups confront each other with preparation for the purpose of battle for the purpose of a combat,

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so they don't meet by chance, but they meet deliberately. They don't meet for no reason. But they meet for combat, and they are prepared.

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So the two groups that met one another why to fight with one another, who are these two groups, these two groups refers to the group of the Muslims and the group of the

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the group of the Muslim army, the Muslims from Medina, who are numbered around 300 and the group of the Mexicans, the Mexican disbelievers. Who were around 1000. In number one, did they meet each other for combat at bat? So basically, this ayah is referring to the battle off, but

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Allah says over here, there is a sign for you in the two groups that met one another in the Battle of other that happened very recently. Now the question is, who is being addressed in this other kind of you? Who does you refer to who is being addressed in this ayah? There are several opinions with regards to this. First of all, it has been said that the addresses to the Muslims that the believers are being addressed over here, that all Muslims, there is a sign for you in the recent combat with the disbelievers. What sign What lesson did the Muslims learn from the Battle of battle?

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If you think of the Battle of the Muslims were very few in number. And Michigan were in great numbers. There were 1000 Muslims were about 300 the Muslims were not that well prepared.

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Because they didn't have many horses, they didn't have much armor. But on the other hand, the machine the entire army was well equipped, but who won? The Muslims one, so there is assigned for you. If a person's intention is sincere than Allah soprano without his help arrives, then he gets the help of Allah.

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When, when he is sincere when he does his best, despite the lack of his resources, despite the lack of his abilities, because we're human beings,

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it's possible that we want to do something, but we're not fully equipped, we don't have everything that we need, we feel very unprepared, we feel very weak. But if you make the intention, and if you make the firm determination, that Oh Allah, you have brought me to this, you made me start this, then you make me go through this. Then what happens unless outcomes, look at the 300 number, only 300. And look at the army they met 1000, double, triple their number more than that. But still there were

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because their intention was sincere. They were determined, and they did their best to similarly if we make our knees sincere for a loss, that I'm doing this for you. I'm doing whatever I can do whatever is in my ability. Now you give me to feel You make me do this properly.

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You make me complete this task. You help me from sadhana and El Camino caffeine.

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So there is an iron for you all Muslims in this, not just the Muslims at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but the Muslims till the Day of Judgment. For us there is a lesson in that can Allah come?

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in it? There is a lesson for you. Why do you forget that lesson? If they can do it? Can you not do it? If Allah has helped came to them, whether or not come to you try? Put your best Do your best,

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or at least do something.

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Then it is also said the father, can Allah come you over here? This is an address to the money is funny.

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Because this is directly connected with the previous IRA

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and the previous IRA, what did we learn that the Muslims the prophets are allowed if and when he returned from the battle, but he told the Jews he told the money aside that, look what happened to the college? Don't bring the same fate upon yourself believe and what did they do? What did they say? That No, you thought to people who are very weak. If you were really to fight us, then you would know how strong we are.

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So, Allah subhanaw taala is addressing them, that there is an ayah for you in the recent battle that happened

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with psi, which I what sign is there in it for you assign that someone who does believes in Allah, He will be overcome, he will be defeated in this dunya and also in the hereafter.

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And if in this dunya he survives, eventually he is overcome by that. Eventually, he is going to return to alpha. So if a person disobeys Allah, if a person rejects the commands of Allah, if a person does not do what Allah has commanded him to do, where can you go? Where can you run away? He cannot.

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So Allah addressing them, there is a sign in this for you.

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Which two groups were the Alesis theater? There was one group two orthography subete in there that was fighting Why? in New Haven law to defend the deen of Allah to support the deen of Allah Fie civilians were Ofra and the other Kafeel attune. disbeliever meaning the other group the other fear was that of disbelievers.

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Now, you see over here, the two groups that have been mentioned

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Allah subhanaw taala does not say phiaton Muslim atone will call Cafiero tune what has been said attune to RT lo fi civilian law and the other is this believing? So it is not just enough to believe it is not just enough to be a Muslim, to have the title of a Muslim.

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But what is needed is that whatever a person does, he does it why feasts of Eden in the way of Allah for the cause of Allah for the deen of Allah, in obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Whoever fights so that the word of Allah is Exalted, that he is fighting in the way of Allah. And if a person is fighting only to prove his strength to show off to get the title of a Shaheed so that he gets praised by other people, then that is not feasibly to know

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what is piece of beaten man what is the howdy fellas that allows work

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It is exalted. Allah as Dean is supported.

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So even if a person is a Muslim but he does not struggle in order to exalt the word of Allah, then he is not in the way of Allah because Allah says over here, the Aton to quality to feasibility may not be attained Muslim Martin will offer our capital and the other is disbelieving.

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What happened in the battle? Allah says your owner whom they see them, who sees them,

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then your owner, the first day refers to the Muslims and home them refers to the disbelievers. Or it can be understood the other way around.

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That the Muslims saw the disbelievers or the disbelievers saw the Muslims. Myth lay him like twice of them.

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Myth lay is actually myth laying dual off middle and what does middle mean?

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Like equivalent, similar to Smith lay him twice of them two times like that. So twice of them.

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So each group saw the other group as twice their own number. Each group saw the other group as twice their own number. And this scene was not just a hallucination. What does Allah say? or seeing with the eye decide with their sight?

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It wasn't just imagination. They actually saw it with their eyes.

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So what happened? The disbelievers saw the believers as double their own number, how many disbelievers were there? About 1000? And how many Muslims were there? About 300? So that was shocking. The disbelievers saw the Muslims double their own number, what does it mean? They saw the Muslim army to be 2000 whereas in reality, the Muslims were only 300. And when the disbelievers saw the Muslims, as 2000, obviously what happened? They got Wait, we thought they were only a few people and look at them. There's so many, how can we fight them, we cannot fight them will be defeated. So at the beginning of the battle, when they saw the Muslim, double their own number, what happened or

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during their battle, all of their hopes, all of their, you know, zeal, all of that was discouraged. All of that came down.

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And on the other hand, the Muslim saw the disbelievers as double their own number.

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How many Muslims were there? 300. And they saw the disbelievers as only 600. So the Muslims were not as scared anymore. And this is how the help of a law comes. This is how the help of a law comes.

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We see that after live in was originally learned when he said that when we looked at the disbelievers forces. At the beginning of the battle, we found that they were twice as many as we were,

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that we found them to be only 600.

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When we looked at them again, we thought that they did not have one man more than we had. So we only thought they were about 314. Maybe they have one more person than ours.

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So eventually what happened, the numbers of the disbelievers decreased in the sight of the Muslims.

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We learned in total and fell to 44. Allah, Allah says, What is the Eureka moment, it is the height of VR unicorn Padilla where you can look and feel our unique him. And remember when you met, he showed them to you as few in your eyes, and he made you appear as few in their eyes. That also happened that the disbelievers saw Muslims less in number. Why? So that they would think though, we can defeat them very quickly. And they ran into the battle, only to be defeated.

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So over here, law says that in this, there is a great lesson for you. A lot of help comes from the rain, when you are sincere. When you put your best, do your best, and allows hope will come Why do you think that everything is in your hands? It's not in your hands. It's possible that you do 100% to prepare, but you go and you can't do anything. It's possible.

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And on the other hand, it's possible that you do your best and you're not still 100% prepared, but a loss of outcomes and you're victorious. you're successful. will love who you are you do ministry and Allah supports With his help you are you do from the Lutherans, Hamza aid, aid is to be strong and that he is to support someone to strengthen someone. So Allah supports Allah give strength to how ministry With his help monisha whomsoever He wills in Effie danika indeed in that in what in what has been stated over here, they're able to attend surely a lesson for who they will absorb. For those people who have some vision for those people who have some mission in life.

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Have some goals in life?

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The word Ebola is from the veterans iein Bella, what does it mean to cross something to pass over something? And Ebola is used for a lesson. Why? Because in order to get a lesson, what do you have to do? You don't just look at what happened on the surface. You go beyond that. You don't just look at, okay, there was some scam there were this many number that is produced under this main number. And yes, they want the Muslims one. No.

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It is that you reflect on what happened. And you wonder, why is it that the Muslims despite the fact they were 300 they want to Ebro from rubble to cross the surface, to cross the apparent and go deep, get a lesson for yourself. Indeed, in this there is a lesson for who, for those people who have upside is a toilet buzzer. And what does buzzer me vision, sight. Everybody has some vision. Everybody has some goal.

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And the more you are determined to attain your goal, the more you're determined to attain your vision, the more to help have a level of care as long as you're sincere.

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So we see over here that Allah subhanaw taala helps whoever he wants, he gives victory. He gives his support to whomsoever He wills.

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What are some of the lessons that we learned from this ayah? Allah says over here indeed, in that there isn't a rebuttal for you, there is a lesson for you. So what lesson do we learn from this

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allows help comes when you sincerely ask for it.

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Allah will only help you when you're willing to help yourself when you actually do your best as well. The Muslims, they could have said, we're only 300 sorry, we're not gonna go, we're not gonna kill ourselves. We don't want to go unprepared, we'd rather not go. They could have said that. But they gathered whatever they could, they did whatever they could, and they went and the profits on a lot is that and we all have heard about how much he made, how much he prayed before the battle.

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So when a person tries to help himself, when a person does his best, then the help of a law comes. But our problem is that we get so worried, we get so concerned about the logistics and about these things that we don't focus on the main goal. I can't do this because this and this reason I can't do that because this and this reason. And we forget that ultimately, it's not we who do it, it's Allah who gives it.

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Another very important lesson that we learn from this is it real power, complete power belongs to who belongs to Allah.

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And if we have this yucky, then no matter what we're doing, inshallah, we will be successful. That real power is with who, with Allah, Allah is the one who helps a Muslim support. So if I'm working in his way, he's not going to help me. He's not going to support me. Of course he will. Real help. real power is with Allah.

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So when you're doing something for the sake of Allah, even if it's something as memorizing your lesson seven times coming here every day, despite the many difficulties that you face. Now that winter is starting somebody was telling me about, you know, how they have to take the bus and how they have to come here. It's possible we faced so many difficulties. But if you're determined, I'm doing this for Allah, I'm doing my best. Oh Allah. It's not in my hand. You give me the fig. You make me successful. He made 300 people successful against 1000. There is a lesson in this for us.

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Another very important lesson we learned is that a small number of people can be a means of benefit for me. If they are sincere.

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A small group of people can bring great benefit to them. If they are sincere.

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We generally focus on a lot of numbers. What we should focus on is sincerity.

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If you look at the Battle of butter, the Muslims were 313. They were about 70 Mahajan about 270 and thought they had about 70 camels in total. 70 camels shared between how many people 332 horses do six shields. You're going to battle you need something as a shield. How many shields did they have six. And you know how many swords they had in

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Who won? They won. If you compare this to the army of the crush, they had 950 men 100 horses, 700 camels

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700 camels and each person of that army was fully equipped.

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But who did Allah help the Muslims can the two armies ever be compared

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They cannot be compared.

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So this shows to us that success is not in our hands.

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But what is in our hands is our effort, our determination,

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we have to be determined, we have to be sincere, and we have to do our best. And it's Allah who will give success.

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And this is what our call is, what is the work, that you do your best and you leave the rest to Allah to complete the matter for you to make you successful in what you're doing.

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So what is needed then for the victory of the

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numbers, what is needed, sincerity, determination. And this is what we need when it comes to live little matters as well. something as small as trying to understand the Quran, trying to help other people understand the Quran. This is something that we all need sincerity and determination. And Allah will give success as long as we're sincere. And we're determined.

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That's the recitation.

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so there's a lesson for who,

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for those who have some vision, who have some goal, set yourself a goal, set yourself some vision, do your best, and Allah who make you successful?

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Don't question about how the help will come. I mean, could the Muslims ever expect that just by the way that they will perceive the army, their numbers that's going to make their behavior different? Anybody will think that to be successful? Again, such a huge army you need, you know, horses need camels, and you need soldiers, and you need swords and this and you need that. But what is it that helped them? How do they help them unlock

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the vision,

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the sight? That's it.

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For example, we see children when they go to school. Some of them they're only focused on their their stationery, and their nice stickers and their nice pens and their nice colors. And the whole year, they're concerned about I have this and I don't have that. And I lost that. And I need this and other children who don't have all of those things. What is their focus with their stationery? No, it's their studies, who was successful at the end, those who are focused on their goal. So don't be focused just on the logistics focus on the goal.

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That's the recitation from the beacon.

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