Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L047C

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Al-Imran 92-109 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 93-101

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Let's continue our lesson from number 93.

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Good luck pharmacann a hill the Liberty is for you. All foods were halal upon the money is for you.

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Why was this I review

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the venue is what you became up to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they said you claim to be one of the prophets, you claim to be on the middle of Ibrahim, you claim to be on the same religion as yaku meaning on the same religion as the rest of the prophets, then how come the commands that you have brought,

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especially with regards to eating, how can they are different from those that the previous messengers had?

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And the evidence that they gave was that look, for instance, that they are COVID Hassan, he did not have camel milk and Kevin meet.

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And so Allah subhanaw taala revealed desire that Kala pharmacann Hillel, Ebony, Israel, all foods were actually heard under Bani Israel at the beginning.

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Then what happened? Elana Holloman Israel, Iran FC Yahoo bridezilla made some food haram upon himself and the oma was not obligated to follow him in that respect, but still they did.

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And later on as we learn that the bunny is right, because of the sense that he committed what happened. Many of the halal foods were made her Rama Panda,

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just as the Sabbath was very difficult upon them. Why? Because of their own random.

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So similarly, they committed a lot of wrong deeds, which is why much of the halal food was made haram upon them. And then what happened mean, ugly and tuna Zilla Torah, the Torah was also revealed. And the Torah brought new laws as to what was halal and what was her.

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At the beginning, everything was hell. And then the Torah came, made some foods Haram. So what did the Bani Israel say? That No. throughout time, the Sharia has always been the same. It never changed. So lots of panatela proves over here. But no, Sharia was not always the same. The law changed over time. So just because Muhammad Allah Islam brought a new law, you're denying him? Just because he started Islam has brought a new law you denied him? Why

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perfecto Vitara say, bring the Torah and recite it yourself to find out what to find out that there has been change in the law over time, that the law was not always the same. Ibrahim in Islam had a different law. We are COVID Islam had a different law. When the doctor came, the law was different. The commands were changed over time. In quantum Saudi thing, if you're truthful in your claim that no law was always the same. Read the book yourself, and you'll find

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feminists that are the law he carried by Marty dannic then whoever fabricates a lie upon Allah after that, after what, after the evidence has been claimed.

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So what was the lie that they fabricated? It is said that they came up and said that no, Ibrahim also did not have camel meat did not have camel milk. It was forbidden from the very beginning. So this was a lie and there was no evidence that they had about that.

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So Allah says fula ecohome was only one such people around. Because how can you trust them? How can you trust them people who can lie against Allah? How can you trust them? How can you listen to them?

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pulsara can law say that Allah has broken the truth. So whatever Allah is informing you off, that is the truth, that is a reality. So if a lie is telling you something in the Quran, that is in fact reality, but the bureau militar Ibrahima hanifa. So all of you What should you follow the addresses to the Muslims, you should follow the way of the Brahim peninsula and what was that way of being Hanif? Who is honey, one who inclines towards that which is right and leaves everything that Allah disapproves of. And if anything comes his way that Allah disapproves of what does he do? He stays away from it. Because whenever What does it mean the tree to incline to bend?

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So he is one who bends upon that which is correct. And if anything comes his way he keeps away from it. He stays away from it and he stays focused on the right.

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So this was the way we brought him or SLM that he focused on what Allah wanted him to do when I can aminal machine and he those people who do check

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Now Allah says in the availability,

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indeed the first house will there are leanness that was established for mankind, landlady bacchetta was that at Makka Moo Baraka bless it,

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allow the mean, and the guidance for the words.

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It is that that this I was revealed when the money is for you, the Jews of Medina, they had a debate with the Muslims, they had an argument with the Muslims, that the first house that was built for the worship of mankind was the one at Jerusalem. That's what the money is right.

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So, this I was revealed that no, the first house that was built for the worship of human beings was which one, the one atmaca why, because it was built, first of all, by who by the angels, then when Adam and Hassan came, he also constructed it. And then after the flood of new harissa, many constructed and then eventually ebrahimian assembled are constructed. And after ebrahimian insulin, Mako is established and Jerusalem was also established. So the first house that was built for the worship of human beings was were the one at back.

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What are they? What does a woman that which is first now how is this house first, this is understood in two ways. That first of all, in time, the first house in chronology, the first house for mankind that was built for what? For their worship, for their a burger, and some say that what it means by first is that it was the first construction, the first building that was placed on the surface of the earth. The first construction the first structure on the earth was of what the house of Makkah, the Kaaba

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Abood out of the learn, he said that I said, O Allah's Messenger, which Masjid was the first to be built on the surface of beer,

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which must fit was the first to be built on the surface of the earth. And he said, I must do that hold on, which is where in Makkah,

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secondly, elevating the first house, it is understood as meaning the first in virtue and rank, the highest in its virtue and rank.

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Because it is a Qibla for all people, and it's the central point.

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So in our debate in the first structure, the first building in the world or specifically for the purpose of urba was the one that will there it was placed

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well they're from newsletter as well but I'm what are literally means to lay something down to put something down.

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As we learned earlier in the story of Maria Maria silent Villa metadata when her mother, when she delivered her, literally what are is to put something down to play something to deliver. And then the word what are is also to construct to place to set something up.

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So the first house that was built for the people meaningful all people notice it is unnecessary to not just Muslims, it's all people. landlady be Becca, surely the one at burqa and what is that house, the camera.

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The word burqa is from the roof heifers that calf calf.

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Some say that the word bucha is actually mucker.

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The word bucha is actually because in some Arabic dialects there and meme, they're interchangeable. Okay? In some Arabic dialects, bear and mean they're interchangeable. You can replace a guy with the meme and meme with the bat. Right.

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And it is said that vodka is much as ancient name before it was known as Baca, and eventually the city of Mecca was known as Makkah. The name changed over time.

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And it's happened to so many places. Correct. So many places, the name changes, or the pronunciation of the name changes. For example, you know, Bombay, and then Mumbai. So that changed into me over here.

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I changed into me.

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So Becca was markers ancient name and some differentiate between Makkah and Baka Missa no Buckeye something different and maka something different. What's the difference? Some say that bucha is the area of GABA and its surrounding area only. Whereas Makkah applies to the entire city of Mecca.

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Right? Some say that Baca, what is it the area of the Kaaba, the area where the garba is built, and the area right around it, its immediate surroundings, and Makkah is the rest of the city. But others say that no McCain back are the same Baka was an ancient name and now it is.

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So what's the meaning of this word? It isn't that. For me that was bad calf calf. bucha literally means to be crowded.

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What does it mean to be granted? And what happens if what happens at Makkah, Hajj and Umrah and power and Salah right? So many activities, so many people coming in going out worshiping Allah subhanho data. So that is what happens at that place. It's crowded all the time.

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Secondly, I set that bucket, back half caf. It means to rip something, to destroy something, to break something.

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And if you look at it in Makkah, all of this is not permissible,

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breaking things, destroying things, it is not permissible in Mecca.

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Other said that it's called burqa Why? Because in such a place what happens in Mecca, if anybody tries to oppress the other, if anybody tries to sin or disobey Allah subhanaw taala, he is punished immediately. He gets punished immediately.

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And remember that punishment of a loss of panasonics have two types. One is the shattering punishment, which is that for instance, if a person commits theft, then there's a legal punishment. But if somebody lives, what's the punishment for that legal punishment?

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Is there any legal punishment for that? No, there is no legal punishment for that, right. Similarly, if a person has the wrong need for doing something, is there a legal punishment for that? No. So such punishments are what are the punishments What are they that are lost the penalty inflict some harm on a person who can make such kind of sense? Yes, there is going to be punishment for them in the hereafter. But even in the dunya, a person suffers some kind of difficulty, some kind of harm, for his wrong action for his wrongdoing.

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And this is what happens, especially with those people who do wrong in Baca in Makkah, those people who disrespect that place who disobey Allah subhanaw taala, even there, they see the negative consequences in their lives. They see them in their lives. Once I've heard about a scholar, who was reading about something and he lost his faith, he lost the mind completely. And he got so upset that now the villa he took a copy of the Quran and he tried to kick it. And he said that his leg became paralyzed. And that's when he realized that what I did was absolutely wrong.

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So this kind of punishment is what are the punishment, and someone who disrespects the Kaaba disobeys Allah subhanaw taala. Over there in the harem. Such a person suffers punishment very soon.

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Also, is that that maka is called Makkah Why? Because none can reach it, except with great difficulty and hardship. None can reach it except with great difficulty and hardship. Sometimes the journey is very difficult.

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Sometimes when you get there, you face a lot of difficulty.

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Just the other day somebody was asking me that they're going for hedge. So you know, any advice, I said, Be prepared for the unexpected. And if you prepared for that, then it's easier to do so. Because you can have the best travel services. You can have the best reservations over there. But because you're going for hedge and it's Makka Baca, which breaks and destroys your ego, destroys your comfort. So you go there, and you are going to be tested. So be prepared for the unexpected.

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So the first house to be built was the one at burqa and this name bucha. It's not just mentioned in the Quran, it is also mentioned in the Bible. It is mentioned in Psalms 80 457. It is said Blessed is the man whose strength is in you in whose heart are the ways of them who passing through the valley of Dhaka make it a well.

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In Baca is what the well of Zamzam the rain also fills the pool. They go from strength to strength, every one of them in Zion appears before God. Basically, it's in the context of pilgrimage.

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It is also mentioned in the Bible.

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So the first house that was built for the people, Lin nasci, for the people is the one at burqa. Why for the better for their worship, so that they come over there and worship Allah subhanaw taala over there.

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One of the characteristics of this place,

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Allah says, first of all, it is mobile, it is blessing

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mobarak is from the room that was bad or calf. And as you know Baraka, what does it mean? blessing. And the word Baraka literally means the setting of the candle, which is used for the setting of the candle when a candle system and for the Arabs, the camel was a source of great benefit, where you had the candle, you had transportation. Just imagine if you don't have a car,

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those people who have their own cars, and if they get into an accident or something happens their car and they cannot drive, how do they feel crippled? So, the camel was a source of great benefit for the people for the Arabs in particular, why because it was a means of transportation. Similarly, where the camera was, there was going to be milk It was a source of food as well. So from this, the word Baraka is used for blessing and abundance. What does it mean blessing and abundance and mobile rock is that in which Baraka has been placed, that in which Baraka has been placed. So, the Kaaba Baca, the city of Mecca, what is it?

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What does it mean by that, that there is a lot of spiritual and material benefit for the people in that place. There is great spiritual benefit. And there is also great material benefit for the people in that place. What are some of the benefits, for instance, the spiritual benefits that place a person goes there. And if he does not indulge in office and pursue energy then and he performs hedge with a lot of beer, that he comes back home? How, like a newborn as the day that his mother gave birth to him.

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So it is a place that is a source of great spiritual blessing that a person goes there, worships our last panel, tada, and what happens, all the sins are forgiven. Similarly, any act of worship, any act of rebellion, when a person performs it in Baca in Makkah, what happens? The reward is multiplied many, many times. Whether that act of worship is Sunnah, or it is sadaqa. Or is fasting, any act of worship, when performed over there, their word is multiplied many times.

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Similarly, there are many material blessings as well. How that there's so many people who get it together in that one place. And when there are a lot of people doing one thing together, he had a law he called Gemma, the hand of Allah is about the dinar, meaning there is special help of Allah special blessing of Allah, upon those people who gather together and do something collectively. And when people gather together over there, what happens? There's a lot of trade, there's a lot of business. Correct? There's a lot of opportunity to do good. When you're living alone, how can you smile at someone? And you living alone? When you're alone? How can you say Salaam to someone? If

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somebody sneezes? How can you say your hammock in Latin? How can you give them a glass of water? How can you help them carry their bags you can. But when you're with the people with so many people, then you have the opportunity to do a lot of good.

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Similarly, there is one of them over there, which is also blesser water, which is a source of great blessing for the people.

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Similarly, this bottle Mubarak, why, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was raised in that is where the where he began from. Similarly, there's a lot of risk over there. You know, you can't go to my country hungry.

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You can't go to Mecca and stay hungry. Sometimes you will just go into heroin, and you're hungry, or you're thirsty, and somebody will come and offer you dates. Stranger doesn't even know you doesn't even understand your language, and then just offer you some food.

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If you're fasting, and if you wish to go and open your fast over there, you will get food over there. You will not stay hungry.

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And if you go into the marketplace, you will find different different types of food different different types of fruit. So much provision, which for us, maybe it's not a big deal because over here also we see out of season fruits all the time. But before even it was the case that in Makkah you could find grapes.

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in Makkah, you could find oranges in Makkah you could find apples, whereas maca is where in the middle of a desert

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And only because it is a place where people come to worship Allah subhanaw taala there's so many people who come, therefore, there's so many blessings over there.

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So it is Mubarak, it is a source of great blessing for the people. What would then and it is also a guidance for who lilla Island mean for the world's Who then is hidden. And what does it mean by Baca being Buddha? Meaning it is very good. It has guidance, it is a source of guidance. So who then what does it mean source of guidance? How is it a source of guidance, because in that place, people go perform hajj, people go perform aroma. And when they perform hygiene aroma, what happens? It increases them in there.

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So many people, they go perform aroma, and they change, they go to Hajj, and they change. So many men who don't have beards, they go they come back with beards, it happens with so many people. So it is a place of guidance, meaning it is a place which emanates hedaya people go there and increase in their he diadema.

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Similarly, a person goes there. And he develops the habit of praying at night. And when he comes back home, he says let me continue with this. Or a person goes and develops the habit of fasting, he comes back and he continues that habit. Similarly, he goes there and starts doing more liquid starts reciting more common because if that's what you're supposed to do, so when he comes back, he's like, let me continue with this. So it's a source of guidance for the people. It's a source of strengthening the man of people. Lean on me for all people. Now, I mean, over here, first of all people all of mankind. So we say that this house, the garba, the beta law, the one in Baca, it is a

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house for all people, it is a place of worship for all people. Similarly, the last messenger is for all and the Quran is also for

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philia tumba Hina. in it are signs that are clear, in what in the vital log in backup their item, but enough is enough. And big enough is enough. But you know, what are clear signs, what's the meaning of clear signs,

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signs that clarify something or signs that are clear within themselves. So what are these clear signs? What are these clear signs off? There are clear signs and evidence is that this place is full of blessing, this place is a special place or This place is the first to be built. The first to be built for the worship of people

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in this place are clear signs that it was built by Ibrahim and insulin and thus it was for all people. What are some of the clear signs that are in bucha? First of all, the mkango

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which is mentioned in the IR v atom v net mahkamah the standing laser on human Salah.

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Now the one upon is rendering better software mean what does karma mean to stand? So what is makan? The place of standing?

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So it is the place where Ibrahim al Islam stood. Why did he stand there to build the carbon? So makalah he misunderstood in two ways. First of all, it is understood as the stone the spot on which Ibraheem alehissalaam stood while constructing the cover, while raising the foundations of the cover. And as a bra human insulin, he was raising the stone it would ascend it would go upwards, and with that Ibrahim Renison, I'm also moved upwards and this mock on this stone is still preserved today. It is still present today.

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And it is a sign it is a pure miracle that despite the passage of time, nearly 4000 years, it is still existed. It is still there today. And it proves that Ibrahim al Islam was the one who constructed the garden.

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Secondly, they said that Nakama blogging, it is the place where Ibrahim Islam stood, why in order to worship philosophy

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specifically to perform the rituals of Hajj. So Macaulay Ibrahim are the spots, the standing places, the sites, the stations, where Ibrahim alayhis salam did

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and what are those places, the monastic approach, the places where the rituals of Hajj are performed.

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So for instance, the hut on the cover the sorry, then the area of Mina, then was delivered, then out of and the place of Rami. So all of these places, they're still preserved till today and

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Perform the Hajj. So I atom beginner, first of all macom Ibrahim. What other signs are there? clear signs sumsung, the one of zanza.

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Similarly, the safety, the security of the Kaaba, that itself is a sign that this place is not an ordinary place. This place is not an ordinary things, we see that many times people try in the history to attack the cover to harm their place. For instance, the people of the elephant oblah, what happened to them, all of those people, there were the ones who suffered.

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Similarly, people are sick, they're unwell, they're suffering from a lot of difficulty. They go there, they perform the Hajj, and they come back to it. It happens with so many people.

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So it shows that that place is not an ordinary place. It's a special place. Similarly, another idea is that this place is populated throughout the year. All year round, it's populated.

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What is it that attracts people to come there? You know, there's an amusement park, or there's like the world's biggest mall, or there's a beach or beautiful mountains or beautiful scenery, then you can understand people coming again and again. Correct. But what is it in that place? That people go there once and they want to go there?

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What is it? Is there some beautiful mountain? Is there some greenery? Is the weather? Very pleasant? No, not at all. It's quite the opposite. But still people go there. So the fact that people go there, once, twice, thrice and still they wish to go. That itself is a sign that this place is not an ordinary place. It's a special place.

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Sophie I had to buy in at McCollum Ibrahim.

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Woman, the hula hoop and whoever entered it, meaning whoever entered Baca, the area of Kaaba, the area surrounding the Kaaba, can I mean, he becomes me, what is admin? Who is admin from the word Amen. What does that mean piece? So admin is one who is safe and secure.

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One who is safe and secure. What does it mean by this he becomes safe and secure. In what sense?

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We have done this before as well, in the first use, that when carbon it journal beta metabolism, the NASA will admit that it is a place of return for the people and also a sanctuary that people go there and they are safe in the physical sense. They have a man of this dunya which is why we see that even at the time of Jamelia, if there was any person who had committed murder, and he was found in the harem by the McLuhan's family, they wouldn't kill the murderer. They wouldn't touch him at all. So anyone who enters that place, his life is secure, his life is safe, nobody can kill him, even if he is the greatest criminal.

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Even if he has done a lot of wrong, he will only be punished when he's taken out of the home.

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Many people think that when you enter their your fantasy, or that if you enter there, you're guaranteed gender. in the hereafter you will have a man that's what the meaning is. In the dunya, you will have a woman meaning it is a place where people's lives, their properties are safe and secure. So that even if a criminal is found there, he is not going to be punished. The prophets are a lot of Selim said, Allah subhanaw taala not the people made Makkah, a sanctuary. Therefore, anybody who has believed in a lion the last day should neither shed blood in it, nor cut down extremes.

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So the life of people is secure within it is safe over there. And as I mentioned to you, that even in the days of ignorance, fighting was not permissible over there.

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And if you found your father's murder, your brother's murder, you cannot kill him. You cannot harm him over there. Until and unless he left the house.

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So Amanda Hello Canada Amylin when he left here, Ireland, naseeha jailbait and for Allah upon the people is the head of the house is the journey to the house. Linda for Allah, what does it mean by this for Allah meaning it is a loss right? It is a loss right. So for the sake of Allah, Island ness upon the people, meaning it is obligatory upon the people, it is mandatory upon the people. Remember, lamb gives the meaning of in the favor of and allow gives meaning of against all right. And Allah also gives a meaning of that it is the responsibility of a person. Okay. Lisa alayka. Who their home What does it mean? It is not your responsibility.

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to guide them. So Alan NASS, what does it mean? It is the responsibility of the people. It is mandatory upon the people, the people are obligated to do what? Linda he for Allah meaning for the sake of Allah to give the right of Allah, what do they have to do? Hidden Bay, the pilgrimage to the house. The word hedge is from the newsletters had ggmbh and hedge and hedge are the same. Right? hedge and had are the same. You will learn that for many of the Arabic words, the pronunciation sometimes it's different. You will find many pronunciations. You will find many different spellings. Even so, Baca, maka, same thing, hedge hedge, same thing. And there are many other words as well.

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Something that over your head has gone instead of hedge Why? Because a nessy ends with a customer, okay? So his job is easier to pronounce. So therefore, many say that when he learned he learned as a hate job at not hedging beta because unless he ends with a castle, what does hedge literally mean? to aim and hedge is, as you know, to aim to intend to go to the heroine and perform the rituals over there.

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So it is the duty of people to perform the hedge of the house which house which betas, this beta one which betas this beta by the House of Allah, meaning the Kaaba minister far either he subida whoever is able to find a way to it, whoever has the ability to find a way to it

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is the thought is from the newsletters thought well, and thought is to obey. But how willingly it's the opposite of government. And STTR is to have the ability to do something. It is to have the ability to do something.

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And we know that someone who has the strength, someone who has the ability, someone who has the capacity only he cannot be correct. When he cannot be someone who does not have the ability, how can you be he's not obligated to be. So whoever has the ability to find, do the huddle bait, do the bait away upon him is the responsibility to perform the Hajj, Sabina as you know from the roof ever seen by now. And over here, it has been mentioned that anyone who has the ability to go perform the Hajj it is mandatory upon him to go perform the French

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and someone who does not have the ability upon him it is not mandatory. So what kind of guitar is this? What kind of ability is this? This is is the tartan man when better. This is the ability, this is the capacity, the capability of one's well, as well as one's button meaning body. So it is when a person is financially able to perform the Hajj. And over here Seville has mentioned la subida, meaning he's financially able to undertake the journey approach. Okay, financially, he is capable, he has the means to go to Hajj, he has sufficient provision and the means of transportation to travel for Hajj. And he also has enough to leave behind for his family at home. Because it's

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possible that a man says I have enough to go perform hedge. But that means I have to sell my house and everything that I own. So if he sells everything and goes too hard, what about his family? What about his young children? What about his wife? So that means he's not obligated to only the one who can financially afford the journey, the stay all the costs, the provision upon him has medical.

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Secondly, is thorough, also includes physical ability, the ability of the button, what does it mean? that a person is able to perform physically he is able to perform the rites of passage, okay, he's physically able to perform the rites of passage.

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Similarly, physical ability includes that the person be balanced. What does it mean by that mature that it's not mandatory upon a child that a child is only seven years old, eight years old. And because he inherited a lot of money from his parents, who does not obligatory upon him, right. Similarly, the person is often the person who's saying he's mentally stable, a person who is not seen a person who is not mentally stable upon him, how does not mandatory similarly physical ability includes that a person is free and not a slave.

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It also includes that a person is free and is not a slave.

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Similarly, it includes that a person is not obligated with some responsibility which he

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Do not leave.

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For instance, a man is the sole provider of his family. He's the only one who earns money for his family. And if he goes for Hajj for a month, what's going to happen to his wife and children?

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Let's say the wife doesn't drive she cannot go, which wasn't a very young, how can he leave them in the middle of nowhere in the middle of people whom he does not know. And he goes to perform hedge

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as long as he is able to go, meaning he doesn't have such a responsibility, which stops him from going.

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Similarly, a person has the money, he has a physical strength, but his parents are very sick, or his children are very sick, or his spouse is very sick, and they depend on him all the time, 24 hours and he cannot get anybody to take care of them. It happens with some people, there are some people who have children who are physically disabled, and they cannot leave the children with anybody else. They cannot even travel, they cannot go anywhere. So yes, they can afford physically meaning they have the physical strength to do so, they have the financial strength to do so. But the situation the circumstances in their life Do not allow them to go perform Hajj. So for them also, it is not

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So minister de la Sabina, financial, as well as physical ability.

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Similarly for a woman, if she does not have a home, but let's say she has a lot of money, but she does not have a mother, she does not have a father, she does not have a brother, she does not have a husband, she does not have an adult son, then how can she go, just because she has a lot of money, it is not obligatory upon her to go perform the Hajj. Alright, because many women, they say that we can go in a group. But the thing is that if you don't have a man, it is not obligatory for me.

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However, we do learn that if a person is financially able to perform the height, but something or the other is stopping him, for instance, physical disability, physical illness offer woman she doesn't have a Muslim, but they have the money, then what should they do? They should have somebody else perform hedge on their behalf and such hedges known as hedge, but right, they should have somebody else perform hedge on their behalf. So my name is Tara elisabetha. Whoever has the ability to find a way to debate upon him is the responsibility to perform how much

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he has the means financially, as well as physically to undertake the journey to the beta law, to stay there for the hedge and then return as well. Whoever has the ability only upon him is the responsibility to perform Hajj.

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Woman kafala and whoever does believe for in a lot of money united Ireland, then Allah is self sufficient from the world he is rich and free from the world. What does it mean by this? that whoever disbelieves What does this go for me?

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Meaning whoever does not perform Hajj despite having the physical strength, despite having the financial ability, even when he does not go, then what is he doing? It is as though he is disbelief.

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Because we know that boonville Islam

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There are five pillars of Islam of them is Hajj.

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And if a person does not fulfill that pillar, what is he doing? His Islam is incomplete. His faith is incomplete.

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And as we know that whoever can afford hedge but does not perform it, he can die as a Jew and Christian. Allah doesn't care about that person. Why? Because his Islam is incomplete. So woman cafaro whoever disbelieves how that he has the ability to go for Hajj, but still he does not perform, then what is that? That is that a lot as a need such a person for in a lot of money in it.

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Some scholars say that this causes this disbelief. This denial is

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what doesn't mean by that. That it is such comfort that is going to take a person out of the fold of Islam he does not remain a Muslim anymore. What does it mean? That he does not remain a Muslim anymore? As I mentioned to the Hadees that bruneian Islamorada homes, the five pillars of Islam, if you don't fulfill one of the pillars, that means your structure is not going to stand anymore. Others say that no, it is cool for us. What does it mean by that? That not performing the hike is not going to make a person disbeliever rather what it means is that his Eman is going to be done. His faith is going to be doubtful, right? What does it mean? That his faith is going to be doubtful

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it is not complete.

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Other say that what it means by coffer is that whoever disbelieves in hajj in the sense that he does not consider it to be wider. He does not connect

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To be obligatory, this is what COVID is. And there are many Muslims who consider this. They say, Why perform Hajj? Why spend all that money, give it to the poor instead,

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it's not obligatory. So if a person believes that it's not obligated to perform hajj, then that is also disbelief. That is also denial.

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So whoever does that, what does Allah say? Allah doesn't need such a person. Allah doesn't need you to come there and worshiping because Allah does not require your worship at all.

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We learn in Islam is seven, Allah says in our center are centrally unphysical. If you do good, if you worship Allah, if you obey Allah, you're only doing good to yourself, you're only benefiting yourself. You're not doing a favor to Allah by worshipping Him.

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Similarly, we learn in sort of fathur iF 50 Yeah, you Hannah's antolin. For caerau in Allah, Allahu Allah, honey, y'all honey, all mankind, you are those in need of Allah, and Allah is free of need. He is the principal.

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So when you go for Hajj, you need that worship, you need that benefit. You need that Baraka, you need that hidayah Allah doesn't need you.

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When a person goes for her, she is the one who benefits as we learned earlier, it is a case of Buddha, it is a place that is Mubarak. So a person himself benefits, he increases in his faith in his obedience. He's not benefiting our last panel data. So if anyone says I don't need to go and perform hajj, then he's only harming himself. And he should remember that Allah does not need him.

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As we learned at the beginning of this lesson, that lengthen Allah, Allah had that.

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You can never attain piety until and unless you spend that which you love. When you go for hugs, you have to spend of that which you love, especially your money, especially your savings. Many people have to do that. They have to spend all of their savings, they come back and they have nothing left. It's the money that they love. But in order to do better, you have to sacrifice something. In order to prove that you love Allah, you have to sacrifice something. Similarly, when you go, you have to leave your home, you have to leave your comfort zone, you have to leave your family, you have to leave your bed. And when they go to Hajj, because it's obligatory, they get to sleep in minute

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because sleeping was Delica

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many people don't like traveling, but they get to spend so much time in the buses traveling. Right? So had What is it? It is a journey that proves your love for most.

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That if you truly love Allah, then you will sacrifice your money, your time, your comfort, your family, your leisure, for the sake of a Muslim.

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And when you go there, you will certainly benefit. Why? Because it is a place of Buddha. And it is a place that is robotic, you yourself will benefit.

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So whenever performing any act of worship, don't think that you're doing the favorite tool or you're doing a favor to yourself in a sentence or sentence the unphysical you're only benefiting yourself.

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Listen to the recitation.

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say Oh, people have the Scripture.

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Bi Attila. Why do you disbelieve in the verses of Allah? Will long shahidan Allah methadone while Allah is a witness over whatever you do.

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Yeah, and I'll kita or People of the Book Lima takuna

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lemma is a combination of Li and man.

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Li meaning for and man Meaning what? So for what reason? And whenever Lima, they come together giving the meaning of Estefan sometimes the mat is abbreviated and the lF is removed.

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So Lima, for what reason? What is the reason why the furuno Biya Tila why

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you disbelieve in the ayatollah

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which I have Allah where the People of the Book disbelieving him

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with regards to the signs of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, so they are denying the ayat of their own books, the ayat of their own scripture, how that the signs of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they refuse them, they hate them, they conceal them, they misinterpreted them.

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Or even when they knew of them, they didn't believe in the Prophet sort of ominous

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because the fact that some of them did believe is an evidence that the others did not believe deliberately.

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The fact that the manual ferrocene of the lovin said and they believed it shows that the others disbelieved deliberately, it wasn't by mistake. So I add over here are referring to the ayat from their own books with regards to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And I have over here can also refer to the commands which were in their books which they denied.

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For instance, we learned about the story of even Surya the command for Xena was clear, but what did you do it and the rest of the people also they were trying to find another loan which is why they came to the profit sort of understanding.

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Then the ayat also refers to the eyes of the Quran. Because the Quran is also revealed scripture or revealed book. And when they disbelieve in the prophets, or about a sudden What did they do? They disbelieved in the Quran.

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So Lima takuna vi Attila Why do you disbelieve in the Ayat of Allah? Allahu Shaheed while Allah is a witness,

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Shahid is one who is present somewhere, one who observed something. Shaheed Shaheen is one who is present somewhere and he watches he sees and he bears witness to what's happening to what's going on. So it is as if to show that nothing of your actions is hidden from Allah. Nothing of your actions is hidden from them. You know, it could have also been said allies are the one who has aided but what's Shaheed what is being emphasized? Is that everything that you're doing, he watches, nothing of it is absent from him, although shahidan are no matter, move over whatever you do.

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So over here, the people of the book, they're being reprimanded. That, you know, the ayatollah, you understand the ayatollah, you see the ayatollah, still you this really still you deny, why are you doing that? Don't you realize that Allah is watching you? Don't you realize that allies him you ally as a witness over your actions, and Allah knows what you're doing, and he will recompense you accordingly in the hereafter. So don't you fear your hereafter.

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So it shows that if a person claims that he believes in Allah, if a person claims that he loves Allah, then he must prove So how? By obeying almost

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by doing what Allah has commanded him to do?

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Many people, they say that they believe that Allah is watching them. Correct. Or they claim that they love Allah, but still their actions are completely different.

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If you believe that Allah is watching you, if you believe that Allah knows what you're doing, and respect Allah, Have some respect for Allah. And do only what he is pleased with.

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Kalia and Akita say, oh, people of the book, live at the Sedona and Sabina Why do you stop people from the way of Allah? Lima to Sedona? And Sabina, why do you start from the way of Allah? Who are you stopping from the way of Allah, man Am I the one who believed?

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So one who believes in the Ayat of Allah, whether it is the ayat of your Scripture with regard to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he believes in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or men ama? He believes in the Quran in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, why do you stop in

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the Sedona is from the better side than that from the word side. And what does it mean, to stop to stop who, oneself or someone else how, by putting a hurdle by hindering someone from reaching their objective from reaching their goal.

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And sight is generally used for stopping someone indirectly stopping someone covertly, in a way that the other doesn't even realize, but he stopped, okay. One is that you go and tell somebody Don't do this. Right. And the other is that you don't give them a chance to do it.

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For the other person doesn't realize I for instance, children, they come to the parents, please, I want to go here, or please, I want to do this, or do the parents do they distract them?

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So the children are sitting

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Stop from doing what they want to do how indirectly. So this is what site is. And remember that a person can stop another from the way of Allah and what is the way of Allah Islam submitted is what Islam, the way that leads to the approval of Allah the pleasure of Allah, the way that has been legislated by Allah subhanaw taala. So a person can stop another from the way of Allah in two ways.

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First of all, directly,

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that a person uses physical force, and a person stops the other verbally.

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For instance, the people in Makkah, the Muslims and maca, physical force was used against them.

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Similarly, they were told, verbally, very directly, that stop, what should you do should write frustrated, the idols don't become a believer.

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So one is to stop someone directly using physical force, and also verbally stopping them.

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And secondly, it is to stop the other indirectly, indirectly, how, through such actions or such ways that scared the other people.

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For instance, if a person knows that if he becomes a Muslim, they're going to face a lot of challenges, they're going to face a lot of difficulties from from those who are not Muslim, from their family, for instance, right. For instance, the person knows a girl knows that if I put the hijab on, I'm going to hear a lot from my family, even though they're Muslim, right? They're not telling her don't put it on. But their reaction is stopping.

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Correct? their reaction is stopping.

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So it is to stop someone indirectly, how through such actions that will frighten someone that will scare someone, and they don't dare follow the wave Allah, they don't dare go on the wave Allah.

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Or sometimes it is such actions done by the Muslims, that turn the other people away from Islam.

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For instance, a person is interested in becoming a Muslim. But when he sees a Muslim, that he's skipping his fire. He's like, he's not honest at work. What is he going to think that this is this one?

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So the wrong actions of a Muslim? What did they do? They turn someone away from Islam, they stopped someone from coming to Islam.

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Similarly, sometimes it is false propaganda that stops people from coming to Islam.

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So basically, we can divide this entity. One is to directly stop someone, either through actions through physical force, or through verbal statements. And secondly, it is to indirectly stop somewhere.

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And when you stop someone indirectly, it could be someone from within Islam and someone from outside Islam as well. Because many times it is our own actions. It is our own behavior. It is our own character that turns people away from Islam, that doesn't let them come even near Islam, that don't even think about Islam. So over here, the people of the book are being reprimanded that why do you stop people from the wave of law? Why do you stop those people who have believed from the wave of law? How are they stopping the Muslims from the way of Allah from Islam? How we learned that the bunny is fine, or the hood? What did they do? They would come to the Muslims, or the people would

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come to them, the machine for instance, they would come to them. And they would ask them, Do you find Mohammed mentioned your books? Do you find Mohammed mentioned your scripture? And they say mainly, or they would say, yeah, maybe use only for the Arabs, but not for us. So giving such answers giving such explanation.

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For instance, we learned about the people of the book in the previous verses, we learned that they will tell their own people that don't listen to anyone except for the one who is up here. Meaning only listen to what you don't listen to a non Jew.

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Similarly, some of them they would go they would accept Islam in the morning. And by the end of the day, they would leave Islam.

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So they would directly and also indirectly stop people from accepting Islam. Similarly, we see that some of them actually approach some of the companions why they've been journaling. And we said leave Islam. So there have been question, Why are you stopping people from the way of Allah, those people who have believed

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and the owner agent, you seek it to be crooked, meaning you seek the way of a lot to be crooked. You want the way of a lot to be crooked. The balloon is from the roof reference belanja from the word Buddha, which is to seek the desire

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And who knows?

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How over here refers to severe meaning the way of Allah. So what does it mean by this devil hoonah religion.

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Let's look at the meaning of English. First, it was familiar with fetters ein welding. And it is used for crookedness for something that is bent for something that has a twist in it. Something that is crooked.

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One is our wedge, with a Fatah on the iron, and the other is a wedge with a customer under the line. What do you see over here?

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Are you watch the second one? Right.

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Our watch is used for tangible crookedness. Okay, what is our would use for tangible crookedness. For instance, there's a piece of wood or there's a pole and it is bent. It is crooked.

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Okay. And rewatch is used for intangible crookedness. What does it mean by that? For instance, someone does not think straight, in the sense that in their mentality in their thinking, they're not likely going to. They're very negative. Anything you say to them, they always look at the negative side.

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Okay. So one is tangible crookedness, and the other is intangible crookedness,

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tangible crookedness. It's clear in tangible in someone's thinking, in someone's understanding in someone's statements in someone's behavior in someone's actions. So the owner, wouldn't you seek it to be crooked? What does it mean by this, that you want that those people who are on the Sabine of law, those people who are on the way of Allah, you want them to become crooked,

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meaning you want them to leave their Islam and go towards Berlin.

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So the Guna hair, hair refers to

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the people of the civilians, the people of the way of Allah, you want them to become crooked, that they're going right there upon Islam, you want them to turn away from Islam become crooked, become deviated and head towards Bala towards misguidance which is why you are this will do not intervene in that which is why you're stopping people from the way of Allah.

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And secondly, the Buddha which is understood as that you present the deen of Allah as crooked. you present the deen of Allah as something that does not make sense as that which is deviated as that which is false? How did they do it? By creating doubt to the people, when the people would come and ask them? Is this prophet true? Do you really find him in your book? They would say, Yes, we do. However, he is only for the Arabs.

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Similarly, they would accept Islam at the morning and leave it by the end of the day, creating doubts in the hearts of people.

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Negative propaganda, negative propaganda, bringing up objections.

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In all of these verses, what have we seen, that the bunny is trying they would come up with the prophets are about Islam with so many objections, and these ayat will reveal that how can you say that you're a prophet when your Sharia is different? Or the fact is that the Sharia was different each time a new Prophet came, each time a new messenger came? Similarly, they said that no, the first house was the one of Jerusalem, therefore, where you go, this is not really the house of Allah. But the fact is that it was created by Ibrahim and so much before that was of Jerusalem. It was created first by Adam before him by the angels. Right? So all of these objections that they were

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coming up with all of this false propaganda. Why were they doing this? to present the deen of Allah as DB to present the deen of Allah as false

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sense. Similarly, they would misinterpret the verses of the book, they would change the meaning, alter the meaning of the book. Why? So that when the dean is presented as something that does not make sense, automatically, people are going to be turned away? People are not going to come to Islam.

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So they're being reprimanded, but why do you stop people from the way of a lot of buffoonery origin seeking they're deemed to be crooked? What uncom shuhada while your witnesses shuhada is a foreigner Shaheed What does it mean by this your witnesses? Meaning you yourself are witnesses, to the truth of Islam, to the correctness of Islam, to the uprightness of Islam.

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And you know that the only religion acceptable to Allah is submission to Allah, Islam.

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So you yourself are witnesses yet, this is what you're doing. You're denying you're stopping people. you're presenting the deen as a wedge.

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Similarly, for anthem Shahada has been understood as that your show had that

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And Shaheed showerhead is used for someone who uses his intellect.

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Because if you look at it, a witness cannot be someone who is insane.

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A witness cannot be a young child. Correct? Someone who has occurred. Someone who has reason someone who uses their mind, someone who is alert, someone who is sharp.

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So what I'm sure that you yourselves are knowledgeable people.

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You are supposed to be intelligent people. You're supposed to be those people who have some knowledge have some sense. What are you doing? You're supposed to be telling people to believe. And you yourself are disputing. You're supposed to be encouraging people to accept Islam, and you are presenting Islam to be deviated. Well, until Shahada

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woman law will be offered in that module. And Allah is not at all unaware or heedless about what you do.

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Who is often someone who is negligent, someone who is heatless, someone who doesn't have a flood doesn't know doesn't care.

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So just because Allah is not punishing you immediately, it doesn't mean that he doesn't know. It doesn't mean that he doesn't care. Allah is not at all unaware of what you do, what are they doing? What are their crimes that are mentioned in these verses? First of all, go for, go for it.

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Secondly, what does the ayah say? The so do nine Sabina, Southern Serbia that stopping people from the way of Allah Thirdly, the Buddha agent seeking or presenting the deen as a witch.

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So all of these crimes that you're doing, of gopher, and tech lead of denial, all of these are very well known to have lots of hands on.

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And we see over here that the people of the book are being reprimanded for their behavior towards Islam. They're being reprimanded for their behavior towards Islam. No one could say that if they don't believe just leave them

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commercially machine if they didn't believe us, leave them. People of the workers they don't believe leave them. What's the big deal? Right? You might wonder so many verses First, we heard in total Bukhara. Now again, in sort of earlier on that, you know, still you disbelief, you see the truth, still, you disbelief? And any objection they came up with an answer was given a reputation was given. What's the big deal? Why aren't they being left alone.

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They were the people of the book, they were the Muslims of their time, the prophets are about a certain game that is pretty. So if they're not believing in them,

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they were the religious leaders. They were the knowledgeable people. And it doesn't suit someone who is knowledgeable, someone who is in a position of leadership to behave in such a way, because his wrong action is not just going to affect him. But it is also going to affect other people. Because other people are going to follow him in what he has done.

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in Surat, Al Baqarah, we learned whenever the kuno a worker feeling be, don't be the first disbeliever Don't be the first to disbelief, meaning do not initiate the cover. Do not be the first ones to disbelieve, because when you do it, other people are going to follow you.

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And they're not just going to follow you in your time, but they're going to follow you for years and years, generations and generations centuries, even till today.

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So over here, they're being reprimanded. Why? Because their denial, especially those people who were residing in Medina, was a big deal. Because it was not just going to affect them, but it was also going to affect other people. And it was going to make Islam as doubtful to people. That if they did not believe that means there must be something wrong.

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What does Allah say? That Allah is not unaware of what you do?

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that do not think that you will get away by deceiving people do not think that you will be left alone. No, you will be held accountable.

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And we see that such efforts are even made today. Which efforts to stop people from the wave of presenting the Wii as cricket, presenting the deen as deviated as something that doesn't make sense. People come up and they find faults. They object to the novel as if there's nothing else left to object. There's nothing else left to find faults in.

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There are so many laws out there, so many nations out there who have their laws. But why is that every place attacks the prophet of Islam and attacks the law of Islam is this the only thing left?

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So this thing is even on today. So over here, lots of hands are saying that Allah is aware, fully aware of the actions of such people. He is not at all unaware. He's not adult negligent

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So in these verses we have learned the past few verses that we have learned that the bunny is fine, especially the target that not just the Jews, but the Christians as well. They were being invited to Islam.

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In South Africa, we learned that the Bani Israel, the Jews, especially, they were invited to Islam, all of their questions, all of their concerns, all of their objections. They were answered. They were responded to.

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And over here in this order, it was a combination of the objections of the Christians as well as those of the Jews, they were responded to. And then finally, at the end, they were also reprimanded that why should you disbelieve? Why are you disbelieving? And you should fear a loss of panel value with regards to your coffee.

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Now, from now on, I'm also praying that addresses the Muslims, that what should you do?

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These people, they know the truth. They don't accept? What should you do?

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Yeah, you're Latina? Or you who have been entered into if you obey to the arrow from delta to obedience. If you obey farrakhan, a group mean alladhina Uchida, of those people who are given the Scripture, the Jews and the Christians, if you obey a group of the Jews and the Christians, which group is this, the group of their scholars of their own and

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if you listen to them, if you follow them, and not just their religious leaders, but also their tribal leaders, if you listen to them, if you obey them, what are they going to do? Yo do come by the EU manacle, they're going to turn you back after your email. as carefully as disbelievers

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they're not going to let you remain as Muslim. If you keep listening to them, eventually you're going to lose your

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euro docum is from the room clutter is larger than the from the word.

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And the word is to return something to put something back. So you were upon cough, then you became believers. If you listen to these people, what's going to happen? They're going to turn you back to court. They're going to return you do your practices of J hadiah. How? Sometimes by using false propaganda, and sometimes by creating depths, sometimes by coming up with objections.

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And if you fall prey to them, if you fall prey to their propaganda, to the doubts that they're trying to create, to the false propaganda that they're spreading, then what's going to happen?

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You're going to end up as disbelievers you're going to end up back to the practices of

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this ayah in particular was revealed when some of the Jewish leaders, they came to the Muslims, which Muslims, as you know, in Medina, the unsought and the Mahajan. Both resided, correct. And the unfall basically had two tribes, which ones, the O's and the husband

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and remember the O's and the village, before Islam, they had a lot of animosity between them. It is at that Osen hospital were actually two brothers. And they had a fight over a piece of land or something like that. And that fight led to a 200 years animosity between two tribes. It began with two brothers, and then it passed on to their generations.

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And then there were many, many wars that happened between the two tribes between the tribes of oats and husband. So there was great enmity between us.

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And the bunny is like the route we used to live in Medina. They were the ones who used to make a lot of weaponry and the awesome has Raj, they would buy all of their battle supplies from who from the Jews from the bunny is fighting.

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And this way the money Israeli made a lot of money as well. The awesome hustler would go fight. They would come back with the bunnies, fire. Give them

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all their money by arms from them and go fight their own buttons.

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So the money has failed, made a lot of money with the fighting of the awesome president.

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But when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came, what happened?

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All of these people, they became brothers, when they became Muslims, in Islam, you have over, you have brotherhood. Correct. So with that brotherhood, they left they forgot all of their animosity.

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And this was something that was very unbearable for the Venezuelan.

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So it is said that some of their leaders, they came up to the Muslims, they came up with the awesome coverage. And one of them began reciting some verses of poetry. That poetry was about the fight, or the animosity, the war that was between us and hazaragi. before. And this reminded that awesome hostage about the animosity that they used to have, which led them to an argument, Olson has Raj fell into an argument. And that argument, took them to be ready to fight one another in a battle.

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So imagine, everything had come down, they had become brothers. And now these leaders, the Jewish leaders, they came, they said verses of poetry, arouse those feelings of animosity. And what happened. Those brothers again, they wish to fight.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was informed about this, and he came, and he reformed between the people, and the people settle down there.

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So over here, the Muslims are being told that if you listen to these people, especially their leaders, what's going to happen? You're going to go back to your ways of comfort, because fighting another Muslim, killing another Muslim. This is not something that a believer does. This is not something that is acceptable of a believer.

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So yes, there may be a lot of animosity between you, but you cannot go to the battlefield trying to kill one another.

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If you listen to these people, you're going to return to your ways of Jamia, you're going to end up committing coffee.

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Even today, we see that when it comes to the religion of Islam, there are so many people who make fun of the whole market.

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And what do Muslims do? They fall prey and they end up losing their faith or reducing their email.

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Similarly, we see that the Shire of Allah symbols of Allah, for instance, the beard, or the hijab, or the masjid, or the Salah, or fasting, the Hajj, all of these things are made fun of, they're discouraged from the society.

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So over here lies whining Listen, if you listen to these people, if you listen to people who are not Muslim, what's going to happen? They are going to make you leave your Islam, they're going to make you leave your Islam.

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This is a warning that was being given to the Muslims of the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But this is a warning even for us today. It is a warning for us today as well.

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And look at the people who are stopping the Muslims who are the

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people of the book.

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There are people who have knowledge of the book. And sometimes we see our all Muslims who have knowledge of the book, some leaders, what do they do? What do they do? They stop others from the way of Allah.

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They tell them to do such things which are out of the fold of Islam.

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For instance, don't do Hajj, it's not important. It's okay. No big deal.

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Instead of going for Hajj, give charity.

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Don't fast, don't offer a sacrifice, but rather give charity.

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So when a person does that, what is he doing? He's stopping people from the way of Allah and he's following the way

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the prophets of Allah Islam winders and I mentioned this hadith view earlier as well, that you will follow the ways of those nations who were before you span by span and Cuba by cubic, so much so that even if they entered a hole of a desert, you would follow them in that you would follow them in that. So yes, the advocate that they do try to dissuade people from the way of Allah. They do try that the Muslims should lose their Eman, but unfortunately it is also some Muslims. It is also some Muslims who claim to be knowledgeable, but what are they doing?

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They're taking the people away from Islam.

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So what should be done? When it comes to the deen, Who should we follow? Allah and His messenger

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and if anybody says anything contrary to the deen of Allah, we must not listen to them.

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Okay for the Quran. And how can you disbelieve? Why should you disbelieve?

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untinted law Aleikum Ayah to law while you are being recited the verses of Allah, wa figa was Zulu. And among you is His Messenger okay for the Quran kafer as you know means it is for Estefan. It is for interrogation it is for asking, how. And over here in particular, it is for the purpose of filming, what is the leaf mean reproach.

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So it is for the purpose of reproach, as well as out of amazement, that it's amazing. How could you ever disbelieve? It's not possible. Why should you? It strange thing for the Quran? Why should you disbelieve? How can you disbelieve? How can you return to the practices of jelenia? How can you leave Islam and go towards COVID?

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What until while you all declare Alaykum it is recited upon you that light is delivered and what does the lower mean? recitation, so took La La come, it is recited upon you, what is recited upon you, I add two verses of the law, which verses of the ayat of the Quran

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the call is being recited to you by who,

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at the time of the revelation of this ayah, in particular, by the prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And remember the context in which these ayat wording,

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that how can you go back to the practices of Jamelia? How can you go fight one another, try to kill one another How? When the Prophet said about Islam is among you, and he's reciting the Quran to you. The prophets are allowed us to recite Quran to the Sahaba. when, how, first of all, during the summer, he would recycle onto the hammer when, during the summer, every single day, five times a day, obviously in the jetty Salah he would recite it out loud. Secondly, also in his gatherings.

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When the Sahaba would come, they would sit with him, they would ask him questions, they would learn from him the profits out of all this and he would also recite the Quran to them.

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Similarly, in the Juma

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we learned that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, he would recite sort of calf, every Juma.

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And we learned that one of this habit, she actually memorized sort of off how, by only listening to the profits that are less than average more.

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That's how she memorized. So this shows that you don't necessarily have to read. You can also memorize by listening. And that's one of the easiest ways of memorization.

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Similarly, the prophets autolysin, recited the Quran to the Sahaba on other occasions.

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So until that learning, I had to learn the Quran has been recited to you by the prophet sallallahu wasallam with the Congress, and the messenger is actually a monkey. How can you disagree? Why should you disbelieve? What reason do you have to display there are two things that strengthen the image of a person.

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And what is that? The Quran and the Sunnah,

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studying the Quran, and studying the sooner living by the Sunnah. And especially at the time of the Prophet recited the Quran to them, and the prophets are about Islam that amongst them, were fecal rasuluh among you, he is still alive amongst you. The prophets are about us. And I'm used to teach the people in the masjid where Pico Sulu, when someone was sick, he would go and visit that person. When someone passed away, he would leave the janazah

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if there was a time of happiness, there was a time of grief, the profits or loss and would also be with the people

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the profits or loss and it was a leader who didn't stay away from the people. He stayed within the people.

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With the Sahaba were digging the trench. The profits are a lot of them was with them. When they were constructing the masjid. The profits are a lot and I was with them. When they will travel, he would be with them five times a day minimum, he would meet them in the masjid for the summer. So we're FICO Sulu, the messenger is still among you, then how can you display?

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Now imagine when you listen to the Quran, when somebody is reciting for on very beautifully, what happens? you're attracted towards it, it affects you, isn't it? Your heart melts, you want to keep listening to it, you're reminded of so many things. But imagine the Prophet is reciting the Quran.

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Just imagine and you listen to his recitation so many times, even in one day, so many times and how can you

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How can you leave Islam and go towards kufri

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and the prophets of old Islam is among you.

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So this shows that two things are needed in order to be

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firm upon what? The Quran and the Sunnah when it comes to the Sonia,

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and what the komatsuna also indicates that you are in righteous company in good company. So this also shows that righteous company, good company, the people of the Quran, they are also a means of strengthening.

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They're also a means of protection of our email.

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So over here, those who have been reprimanded that why are you disbelieving? How can you disbelieve? You have no reason to disbelieve

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Hassan even sabot Padilla

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to crush basically, beside a lot of poetry against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and her assignment savvy. He said poetry in return in order to respond to them, when he was answering the question, and he said, we're phenol Rasulullah he yet Lupita Who? And we have the Messenger of Allah who recite the Quran to us who recites the book of Allah to us, what do you have? Who do you have reciting the words of Allah to nobody?

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So when you have the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as your leader, how can you display?

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Well, my yard doesn't belong there. And whoever holds fast to Allah, yeah, thing from I saw me. Awesome.

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Awesome, awesome. It literally means manual means noon, manual, which is to restrain to protect. And Asana is to say, or to protect something from from evil.

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What does it mean, to protect something from evil? And, err, it is harm, which is the word that is used over here or placebo is from Islam.

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Islam is to hold on firmly to something. Why? In order to save oneself from shock?

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So just imagine a person is falling from somewhere. What is he going to hold on to? Like a rope or the ledge of a window or something or the other he's going to hold on to how is he going Oh, hold on to it. Very friendly. Right? So whoever holds on firmly biLlahi with Allah whoever holds fast to Allah faqad hoodia, it has locked Mr. Green, then in fact, he is guided to the way that is correct. To the way that is right.

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What does it mean by holding on to Allah, holding fast to lumber yards are similar. But it means by that is holding fast to the deen of Allah. sticking to the deen of Allah, not leaving the universe, adhering to it firmly.

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And also your personally led means holding on to the Quran, the deen of Allah as taught by the prophet sallallahu Sallam also holding on to the Quran. Because the Quran is our connection with Allah subhanaw taala. The Deen is the way of life that Allah has legislated. So when a person is upon it, then he has a connection with Allah, then he has a supportive Allah.

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So whoever holds on to Allah, whoever trusts him, whoever relies upon him whether worships only Allah, whoever holds on to the Quran, reminds himself from the Quran, listens to the Quran

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reads the Quran studies the Quran, for God who do a lesser optimistic game, then such a person is guided to the right way.

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Notice, it hasn't been said over here that whoever holds on to some shape or to some place or to some person, then he is going to be guided to the right way. No, what is the way of being guided? Holding on to?

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How does a person do that? By holding on to the novella by holding on to the column of Allah? And what does it mean by holding on to it, that you realize that if you leave it, you're going to fall into chef because it assignments to hold on to something in order to stay away from shock. It's like you're falling. And if you let go of the rope, you're gonna fall, you're gonna die.

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If a person is in the middle of the ocean, he's in the water. And if he's holding on to the rope, which is attached to the boat, he's going to be saved. And if he lets go of that rope, what's going to happen? He's going to fall into shock, he's going to fall into danger.

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So a person realizes that this code is my way of life. This Quran is going to take me to that which is correct this code is going to save me this Deen of Allah is the way to live. So whoever holds on to Allah, then in fact, he is guided to the right way. Not the one who leaves

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Why is this mentioned over here?

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Because at that moment, what happened was a hover. They forgot the climb right? They forgot the teachings of the

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On the forgot the dean, which is why they ended up fighting one another or intending to fight one another. So over here, don't just have a dead connection with the Quran No, yeah doesn't consciously hold on to it consciously, firmly hold on to it, don't let go of it even for a moment.

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If you're in the middle of the sea, if you're in the middle of the ocean, the example that I gave you, and if you say, let me just leave it for a few minutes, what's going to happen? One wave and you're gone.

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If you're hanging down, and you said, let me just leave this rock for a minute, my hands are very tired. Let me take a break, what's going to happen? What's going to happen, you're going to fall into destruction, you're going to kill yourself, you're going to harm yourself. And this is the way that we have to stay attached to the

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right now hamdulillah you're studying the Quran every day. But many times what happens? People finish the course. And that's the end of their connection with

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that's the end of their connection with the setting some people that yes, you should be concerned about, you know, your memorization of the translation, your attendance, your understanding of the text, all of this is very important. But that should not be the only focus. Your main focus right now is to understand that you should understand the Quran, you should develop an attachment with the Quran so that it's a companion for you for the rest of your life in your grave in the hereafter. Because if right now you get 100% in your tests, and the moment you finish this course and you don't open the Quran again. Yes, you have the diploma which says you are very good marks. But if the Quran

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doesn't guide you for the rest of your life, what good is a certificate?

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What good is that memorization of the lesson? It's not going to help you.

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The main objective of studying the Quran is so that it helps you it guides you throughout your life, not just so that you get 100% that's not the goal, or that's not the only goal. That is important, but that's not the only goal.

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So my yard doesn't biller constantly, he holds on to Allah, how through the Quran, then such a person is guided to the right way.

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And if a person leaves it even for a moment, for a few days, for a month, that's it. He's falling downwards. He's going backwards. He's going back towards the ways of God.

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And you will see that you will experience this even yourself. The moment you leave the Quran, you realize you're losing crucial and your Salah you forgetting the earth God, you're forgetting the major, major concepts. You forgot to do something you forgot to do.

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And then when you read the Quran, you're reminded for God who da da da da

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do you think strengthen your email? Do things protect your email? What is it? The Quran, the Sunnah. And from Wolfie Kamasutra we also understand righteous company. So we can say three things are a means of protection of email.

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If you look at the man has a habit Why was it so strong?

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Because they had a very close connection with the Quran.

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They observed this another prophet said

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they obeyed the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And for us why is our Eman weak.

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We don't have a connection with the

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we don't recite the Quran if we decided we don't know its meaning if we learn its meaning, if we know what it means, we don't apply.

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So obviously, there's going to be an effect on the level of

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the so how about astronomy man? When we learn about Muslim heroes by Panama, they were amazing. And that's true. They were amazing. But what was it that made their event so strong? It was a call on the summit, unrighteous company.

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And if we wish to protect our email, we have to hold on to these three things as well. Because there are too many things out there trying to stop you from your connection with trying to stop you trying to take you away from your Islam.

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Because we learned in the previous verses that the educated are being reprimanded. Why do you stop people from

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The Way of Allah obey the rules. If you listen to them, that's it, you're going to go back to.

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So when you know that your Islam is at risk, when you know that your Islam is a danger, what should you do? Worry about strengthening your Eman. Worry about the strong connection with Allah. How will you do that? The Quran, the sinner and righteous company. And the moment you leave it, you're putting your Islam at risk.

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Sometimes people stop us from our Deen indirectly. How? Through the comments, through their suggestions that you get discouraged. Are you sure you want to keep your job? Don't you think it's going to stop? You don't think it's gonna make your life difficult for you.

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Like when I started wearing the niqab, one of my teachers at school, he asked me that, don't you think it makes communication difficult? And you wonder, especially when you've just started it? And when you're very young, you wonder he does, right? But the fact is that just the other day somebody was asking me, how do you smile at someone with your new car? Like you have to say your smile, you have to say something to make the other person realize you're smiling. So there are better ways of communication as well. But when people say such things when they pass such comments, when they question you, when they put these doubts in your heart, you really wonder, you become double minded.

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So this is why I say don't listen to these people. If you listen to them, you're going to end up away from your Islam, you're going to end up leaving Islam.

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And sometimes it's not just non Muslims, it's even our Muslims.

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And we see that the level of Eman, it changes, right. But the stronger your connection is with the Quran, the stronger your Eman is going to be. And the weaker your connection is with the Quran, the weaker Your mind is going to be.

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One of the devices the profits of the virus and it was a lot of money out of becoming a burden code.

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Code is to wrap the turban and it's used for fixing something when something has been fixed when something has been put right. So when my Eman when my faith when my circumstances I've been put right, I seek your refuge from held and held is to unwrap it and do it.

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So when things have been put right when my Eman has been fixed, I seek refuge from losing my grip from losing myself from losing my email

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that everything has been put together, everything has been fixed. And then I've been sick.

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Sometimes one moment of neglect can have great consequences. So never think that if you leave the code on for one day, forget it. I won't read it every day anyway. I won't go to school for just one week. It's okay.

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Many times when people become Muslim, what do they see within Muslims? People who are not praying people who are delaying this or that people who don't read the Quran, people who cannot read the Quran? And what did they think? What do they think

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that maybe praying is not important. Maybe reading the Quran is not important. Because it only one person or two people who are telling them you should do this. Or they read that only in books. But in real life, they see that Muslims are not practicing it. So the practice of Muslims, what does it do? It turns other people away from this one, or it does not allow them to practice Islam correctly.

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So remember, Southern Serbia now it can be directly and it can also be indirectly so we have to watch our actions. What am I doing? Remember, you're always doing Dawa. Always your job where you go to school where you live everything because of that. You're doing silent our people are watching you and whatever you do, they think that is Islam.

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so we cannot leave it even for a day.

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