Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L048B

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Al-Imran 110-120 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 110-113

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I was a bit lame in a ship on average investment.

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Lesson number 48 sort of earlier in one, I 110 to 120

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Gundam hero Martin rejet leanness, you are the best nation. You are Muslim Ummah are the best nation produced for mankind. What do you do? That more una bella roof? What an honer onion Mancha. You enjoin what is right, and forbid What is wrong? What took me know and I've been there, and you all believe in Allah. While I am an original kitabi like Anna Hyuna, whom if only the People of the Scripture had believed, it would have been better for them, men whom will not be known or acceptable, human physical, among them are believers, but most of them are defiantly disobedient.

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It is said that some of the Jews, they came up to the Muslims, and they said that their religion that you're calling us to, is not as good as ours. Our religion is better than us. So we don't need your religion. So stop calling us to religion.

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And Allah subhanaw taala revealed this idea that you are Muslim, or the best of the religion that you have is the best religion gundo hieromartyr you are the best nation. Why? Because allegedly ness, you have been produced for the people, for the good of people. And you enjoin what is right, and forbid what is wrong. And more importantly, you believe in Allah. This is why you are the best Mission

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Control. The word control is a verb of past tense. And it literally means you were, what does it mean? You were

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Does it mean that you were before? And now you are not? You were the best nation before and now you are not No, this is not what content means. Content gives meaning of

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meaning you are higher almighty. And this is something that is common in the Arabic language and we see several examples in the Quran as well.

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For instance, Allah subhanaw taala says at

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the command of Allah has already gone past tense, meaning it will soon come. And why is a verb mentioned in the past tense when it hasn't actually happened yet? for different reasons, sometimes it is to show the certainty of the event that this is definite, this is definitely going to happen.

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And over here especially, it gives the meaning of the word perpetually. It gives the meaning of ever and always you have always been and you will always remain higher omitting the best mission. Just as what the names of Allah soprano darling, we learn the Quran, what can Allahu semir embassy cannot literally means he was but doesn't mean he was some urine beside No, it means he is ever semir embassy, he was he is and will be. So it gives the meaning of the land perpetually.

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So, quantum hydro omitting meaning you have always been you are and you will always remain the destination.

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This is your status in the sight of Allah.

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Now, what is you refer to By the way,

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there have been several opinions. Some have said that you are here refers to those Muslims who participated in the Battle of others. It refers to the whole budget in particular.

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Others have said that you all over here refers to the Maha Joon, those who migrated from Mecca to Medina. Others have said that no, it refers to all of the companions. And some have said that no, it doesn't just refer to all of the companions. Rather, it refers to the entire oma the entire Omid Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So you are Muslim Ummah, you are higher omega the best nation, meaning you have been created. And you have been found as the best nation in the knowledge of Allah, you are the best nation, the best people. Why? Because of the gentleness it has been produced for the people, meaning the oma that has been produced for the benefit of people.

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The word oath Legion is from Colorado, and Harada literally means to come out. And Harada furuta also means who to become apparent to become visible

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To become prominent.

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So Oh honey gently nurse, what does it mean by this, you have been produced, you have been brought forth. Why? Lin nurse for the benefit of people,

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you have been created, you have been produced and you have been taken out and spread all over why, for the benefit of people.

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This shows that the Muslim woman is not just to benefit each other, meaning the members of this ummah, the people of this ummah, are not just to benefit one another. But rather, they have been created, why? They have been chosen Why? So that they benefit and nurse the entire mankind.

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And it also shows that the Muslim woman cannot just stay at home,

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cannot just live their own comfortable lives, but rather, they have to go out there and benefit people.

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Because when you're just staying in your own house, when you're living your own personal comfortable life, then you cannot benefit people. But when you go out, then you can benefit people. And we learned that as a habit, the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, after the Prophet sallallahu Islam passed away, they did not stay in Medina. But all of them What happened? They spread across the Muslim Empire. Why, in order to benefit the people in order to benefit mankind.

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So rejet leanness, you have been created, you have been produced, you have been brought forth, and you have been spread all over. Why, for the benefit of people,

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not to earn money, not to serve the union, not to exploit people, but leanness the fair indebtedness in order to benefit people

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and what is the best way of benefiting people or what is the most important benefit that you can give to people to tell them about cunnamulla

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to tell them about the word of

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people are chosen, when why not to that they earn dunya not that they gain worldly status, but rather but people are chosen by Allah soprano data, so that they can serve mankind so that they can help mankind so that they can tell people about a loss

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and what is it that the Muslim on my supposed to do? That morona Bill Maher Wolf, what an honer

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You must order or you order that which is my

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my office from their newsletters, I end off

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and have a fan is to recognize that which is recognized that which is acceptable, that which is approved by what? By the internet, meaning you see something or you know of something and it's acceptable to you it is not too strange, it is not wrong.

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Similarly, it is an action or it is a practice that is recognized and accepted by the [???]tier by the laws of a loss.

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So maruf is any action that is approved and acceptable to the ACO, as well as the sheer do the intellect to the sound mind as well as the law that Allah subhanaw taala has given.

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So maruf does not just refer to, for example, praying for Allah, or giving sadaqa but my roof also means smiling. That also means speaking the truth, being honest. Not littering around

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my roof includes all of that.

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So that Marula Will my roof, you order that which is my roof, meaning anything that is good for people, anything that is beneficial for people. That is what you tell people to do.

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And at the same time, what then hohner and in Wonka, then hona is from the real pleasure is known hair. Yeah, from the word Nike. And the word Nike means to stop someone to forbid. As I've mentioned to you earlier that this is fair, and this is negative, meaning it's prohibitionist. Like for example, let that Gulu let the kulu What is that fair? nahi meaning it's a prohibition. So then hohner you are prohibited what you're prohibited unimog Mancha from that which is one

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mancora from their newsletters known Kapha and noon Kapha gives a meaning of that which is denied. It's the opposite of of fun. So encounter is from the same root letters and what does it mean to deny something when something is not acceptable? When something is disapproved? So what is

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an action or a practice that is denied?

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By the intellect as well as the Sharia, as well as the deen of Allah.

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So Moncure is, for example, lying, not praying Sunnah. Not giving the cat littering around. What is this one go? So what do you do all Muslim oma, then how do you stop the people from doing what God?

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What does it mean by this that model of involve what and hell Nandan Mancha

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this part of the ayah has been understood in two ways. First of all, it has been said that this is a condition. This is a condition that Allah soprano data is mentioning for being the best oma for being hired

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that you are higher on average at leanness. But when do you become higher oma, when you meet these requirements, when you do these things,

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which is why I modeled it on him. He said, that whoever wishes that he should be from this woman, whoever wishes, that he should be from higher oma. He should fulfill the condition that Allah has laid concerning it.

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Because many Muslims are proud of being Muslims. They're proud of being of the oma Mohammed sobre, La Jolla Southern. But unfortunately, many of them, they don't fulfill this condition

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are molded on who said whoever wishes to be of the higher oma, then what should he do? He should fulfill the condition that Allah has laid concerning it.

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Secondly, it has been said that that morona been Malou 1400. in Makkah, this is actually praise, from a loss of Hunter, meaning a loss of penalty is praising the hero

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that You are the hero? And what's the best thing about you? What's the best thing about you? That you tell people to do that which is right, and stop them from doing wrong?

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And most importantly, what do we do whenever we learn? And you all believe in Allah? Took me noona from

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what may not have been there, and you believe in Allah? What does it mean by this, that when you do these actions, when you do such things, what that when you tell people to do that which is right, and stop them from doing that which is wrong, automatically, what's going to happen? Your event is going to increase? Correct, your mind is going to increase.

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And also what don't mean all availa shows the importance of email, because there are many people who command that which is right and stop that which is wrong. Even if that right and wrong is not according to the Sharia, but it is something that is acceptable to the Oracle that which are called recognizes. For instance, many people, you know, they promote truthfulness, honesty, loyalty, fulfilling promises, right? But what is it that makes you special?

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The fact that you believe in Allah?

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What is it that makes you higher oma? The fact that you believe in us,

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we see that there are many nations, many people, many communities that exist in the world today, and they have also existed in the past, and they will exist in the future.

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There are many nations that are mentioned in the Quran, and there are many nations that have been left out.

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But what makes the Muslim Ummah special, what makes the Muslim Ummah different from all other nations are their qualities that had been mentioned over here?

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Which qualities that morona been knocked off? Or then hohner Anil Mancha, but took me when I've been there, these qualities,

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these qualities, make the Muslim Ummah special.

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And if you notice, it is because of these qualities that the Muslim Ummah is hygroma it is the best nation.

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There are many nations that have progressed or they are progressing.

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But their progression, their success in the dunya is not to serve mankind.

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If you look at it, many nations, they are progressing economically, politically, in so many different ways. But their progression is not in order to benefit people.

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There are some other motives.

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For instance, it is just to establish their own supremacy over other people, or it is to earn more than it is to become the world's most powerful nation. The world's most richest nation, there is some other objective, but the reason why the Muslim Ummah is special is because they have been created. They have been offered a job while

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In order to serve mankind, in order to help other people, that is the purpose of the Muslim Ummah, to benefit humanity, to well wish for mankind, how, through a mobile move through here and in one cup, and through the Mandela.

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And also if you look at it, there are many actions that are done for the welfare of people, to benefit people, many things are done. For instance, providing shelter, feeding the hungry, providing education, providing health care, creating awareness, counseling, so many things are done for the welfare of people.

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But all of these things that are done for the welfare of people, they only benefit people in this world, in this life, temporarily.

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But the Muslim woman has been told that when you benefit the people, yes, you should focus on all of these things. But most importantly, you should tell everybody to do my roof and stop everybody from monka. Why? Because this is not just going to help the poor person once or twice, but it's going to help the poor person for his entire life, and also benefit them in the bathroom.

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Because you are creating awareness, that moon have been around for 10 hona. And in Mancha. What is this creating awareness, making people use their reason, making people conscious about their actions.

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So one is that you go and feed a hungry person, yourself. And the other is that you tell other people to feed hungry. When you go and feed one hungry person, you will only make one change, temporary change.

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But when you're telling 50 people to feed the hungry, what's going to happen 50 more hungry people are going to be fed. So this is what makes a motivate move when they're here in one cup, the best way of helping mankind the best way of serving mankind.

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Because then the benefit is not limited to a limited number of people. But rather, the benefit multiplies the people who are benefiting, they increase in the number.

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And obviously this benefit that Muna will not have within hohner and in Mancha. This is something that doesn't just benefit people in dystonia, but it also benefits them in the NFL,

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you could help for the healthcare, you could help sponsor for the health care of one or two people in this dunya people are suffering from some sickness and disease, some illness, and you pay for their health care. Okay, they will live a peaceful life for a few more years. But if somebody ends up in the Hellfire, can you help them then

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you cannot.

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The only way you can help them is by helping them today by helping them today.

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So this is true well wishing for the people, that you're not just concerned about what they eat, by what goes in their bellies, what is on their bodies, but rather, what their future will be like, what they're after will be like that Marina Del Mar of 100.

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And if you look at it, the entire oma the entire Muslim Ummah, has been given this responsibility

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that all of you have to command that which is right, and forbid that which is wrong.

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It's not just the responsibility of quote unquote, the government.

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It's not just the responsibility of a few individuals of some volunteers, no, but every single member of this oma is obligated with this responsibility, that they have to order that which is right, and forbid that which is wrong. Because only then, can mankind benefit in general.

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And who has given this responsibility before the Muslims

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be Adam kita.

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So over here, Allah says, What am I gonna do? And if the people of the book had believed, low, what is lonely, if only

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it indicates a wish, and it also indicates a condition.

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If only the people of the book had believed that the people who could not believe worse than unbelievers, they believe in Allah, they believe in some of the messengers of Allah. They also believe in the angels they also believe in the Day of Judgment, they ultimate even some scriptures. So, what is mentioned over here, if only they had believed, once already believers,

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what has been mentioned over here then what is being said over here.

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Basically, if they had the man, that is,

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if they had the required even

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if they fulfilled on

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The conditions of England? And what does that mean? That you believe in? Not to some profits, but all of them, not just some scriptures, but all of them.

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And upon believing what should a person do? What should a person do? upon believing what should he do? act upon it, what else, he should also tell other people about it, because that is what shows the conviction that he has.

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If you learn of some very good recipe, or if you learn some very good technique, or a learning habit or a study tip, what happens if you really like it, if you have really benefited from it, if you really have your theme that this is the right thing to do? What are you going to do?

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You're also going to tell other people about it, you're also going to do and what will not move? When?

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And if you don't tell other people, what does it show?

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What does it show that you yourself are not certain? You yourself are not confident about what you have gained.

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So when I am an unknown kita, what it means is that if they had the man that was not blue, meaning they fulfilled all of the conditions of email, that they believe in the last messenger as well. And upon believing they did not keep the truth to themselves, but rather they went on benefiting the people.

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They went on benefiting the people. In the previous verses, we have learned that there are some people of the book, if you trust them, even with the dinar, he will not give it back to you. Why? Because what does he say? That we are not responsible for our injustice against those who are not of us? So what does that show? That they were only concerned about themselves and not mankind?

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They did not fulfill the conditions of being the destination.

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So while I am an ethno kita like Anna hieronder, whom surely it would have been better for them. What would have been better for them? Eman would have been better for them how that they would also be Pharaoh, they would also be the best nation, it would have been better for them in this dunya and also in the

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men who moved me known from them from the atom kita there are some who believe, like who like to live in sin.

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But there are only some people who believed only some people who had the correct email, who fulfilled the requirements of email, work thorough homophones yakun but most of them are those who cross limits. Most of them are defiantly disobedient. facetune is a part of facet and was facet hardage on a bar, one who gets out of the realm of obedience. One who does not obey and disobeys

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after all fascicle. What does it mean by this most of them are defiantly disobedient, meaning they don't believe they don't believe

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they don't spread the message to other people. And it refers to those of the educator who remain calculon after the Prophet sort of under 17.

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Now we see this ayah that the Muslim woman has been told that you are the best nation and according to one opinion, as I mentioned to you, that it refers to the Sahaba in particular, the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But yes, they are the ones who are primarily addressed in this ayah However, by extension, it also applies to the rest of the room.

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Because the condition has been placed, that you are the best nation when you command that which is right for beta which is wrong and believe in number. We call ourselves the Muslim oma. We're very proud of the Muslim ummah. But we also have to fulfill the conditions of being the best.

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We say that we're the Muslim ummah. We're very proud of it. But we also have to fulfill the conditions of being the best omen of being the Muslim ummah.

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The prophets are about a certain set hydrocone called me summon levina Yeah, Luna home, summon Medina. Yeah, Luna home, the best of my nation, the best of my nation is who, my generation,

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the best of my nation, the best of the Muslim Ummah is my generation, meaning the generation of the companions, then those who follow them, and then those who follow them.

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So what does this mean? What does this mean? That the Sahaba were the best nation and then after them, that was the best generation after them. That was the best generation. What made the Sahaba the best generation

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because they did that Muna Bill maruf are then hona and in one

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But don't we don't have in there, that it all of these three things. And also, they're the ones that have sacrifice. They're the ones that have sacrificed. The woman that we see today, so many people being Muslim, so many people reciting the Quran, the fact that we have so many copies of the Quran the fact that we know of so many hobbies. This is not something that was known to the companions. This was not something that was present at the time of the Sahaba.

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What did they face, they faced opposition, they faced a lot of fear. For instance, if we look at the companion, Messiah, Mermaid, he was off the elite of Makkah, one of the richest people of Mecca. And he was very young. And as you may have learned about him, that used to wear important garments, and one garment that he would wear, he would never repeat it again.

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Like some people, they don't like repeating their clothes, he would literally wear one important garment only once, never again. And he would have the most unique fragrances. And he would wear so much fragrance, that whenever he passed by someplace that people knew this must be massaged. He must have gone from him. Because he used to wear a lot of it. And it was also very unique that people knew that only Mossad could have something like this.

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And when he became Muslim, what happened?

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He lost everything. And when did he die?

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Very soon. Very soon in Medina, soon after he passed away. When he was killed in one of the battles he was a martyr. Did he see the conquest of Makkah?

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Did he know?

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Did he see the Muslims being successful? No. Did he see Islam being established? No.

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So this is why he was the best nation. Because his deal was that of sacrifice. His deal was sincere.

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And the Sahaba as we learned at the beginning of the fourth, just the ayah Lenten, I don't believe I had that and fukami matter a boon. As soon as they heard the commands of Allah, as soon as they learned of the commands of Allah, what did they do? They obeyed right away.

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they obeyed right away. This is what Allah wants for me here. This is what I'm going to do. They read immediately. What do we do? We delay, we procrastinate, what is it that made them the best nation, the best generation, their sacrifice, and their, their actions. We on the other hand, we're very proud of our heritage. But we don't follow the example of our predecessors. And we're just proud about the fact that we are the Muslim.

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But what's the condition, that you have to do something, you have to do something, not just to benefit yourself, but also to benefit mankind.

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And the sacrifices that the Sahaba made, they didn't just benefit them, but they also benefited many generations after them even till today. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Do not abuse my companions, for if any of you were to spend gold, equal to mountain of offered in charity, it would not equal a handful of one of them, or even half of that.

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If one of you were to spend gold equivalent to Mount Hood, that would not be the same as the spending of the Sahaba. Even if the spending of the Sahaba were just a handful of something. Why? Because what they gave was pure sacrifice, what they gave was out of pure sincerity.

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So therefore, they are the best nation. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that there will always remain a group of people from among my own till the Day of Judgment, who will invite to the good and forbid what is wrong,

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until the day of judgment, there will always remain a group of people and what will they do invite to that which is good, and forbid that which is wrong.

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So, basically, we have been told that if you want to be of the best moment, if you want to be the best in the sight of Allah, then you can be but how

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you have to do something and what is it that you have to do?

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command that which is right, and forbid that which is wrong?

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Now there are many things that we have learnt in the Quran so far. But what is our reaction?

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First of all, we have to see that we actually practice those things. Do we actually observe those commands ourselves? Because if we don't observe them ourselves, how can we tell other people do

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you have to practice what you preach? So first of all, we have to see what are we doing? And then are we telling other people about it or not.

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Similarly, there are many things that we have

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learned about that we must not do that we must stay away from them. So we have to check ourselves, am I staying away from it? If I myself am not staying away from it? How can I stop other people from doing?

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So first of all, we have to see, what are we doing, and only then we can tell other people about it.

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Yesterday, we learned about the data, if the left

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that be together, and do not differ from one another. Without the federal

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do not differ from one another do not separate away from each other. stay united, be united. But what happens when somebody tells us to do something that is right, or when somebody stops us from that which is wrong? What is our reaction?

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What is our reaction? Mind your own business?

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My dealings with my Lord, I have to answer myself, you don't have to answer for me. So please, mind your own business don't have me.

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And sometimes we know that what the other person is telling us is actually right. But we don't like it. We don't like it. When we're told, don't do this, or do this. We don't like it.

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So how can we take the next step and tell other people about it? And if we don't tell other people about it, how can we claim that we are the best nation? We can only be the best nation when we fulfill these conditions. And we can only fulfill these conditions when we ourselves act upon the commands of Allah subhanaw taala has given

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what do we learn about the believers? What is their reaction, when the commander of allies presented to them

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in turtle and fell II to Allah says eradicate Allahu wa, Kuru boom. When Allah is mentioned, their hearts become fearful.

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If somebody is telling you, Allah is calling you, Allah is telling you, Allah said this, what should our reaction be?

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What should our reaction be? For you to tell me? No, he's mentioning a lot that person is telling me but what Allah has commanded me. So when Allah has mentioned, their hearts become fearful what either Juliet or lay him. To that we even were allowed our behavior to work alone. And when his Verses are recited to them, it increases them in faith, not in turning away, not in saying Mind your own business. And upon their Lord, they rely,

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on the contrary, what is the way of the hypocrites further umina, illa kalila. dealer, they don't believe except very little. When they're told do this, they don't listen, when they're told stay away from this, they don't do it. They don't conform phenomenon, a local dealer.

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So we have to see that Allah subhanaw taala is calling us the best nation over here. But there is a condition that has been placed. And we can only fulfill that condition when we ourselves, follow the commands that are lost append data has given

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if you notice in this ayah that Omar will not move. And now here in Mancha has been mentioned before he Mandela

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is an actor.

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If you look at the what has been mentioned first,

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that Marina Del Mar off, then then honer lamancha, and then took Luna villa. Correct. How can we learn as mentioned right at the end? Isn't it the first thing?

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Isn't it the first thing

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if a person does all the righteous deeds, and he does not believe are they going to be accepted? No. So how can we might as mentioned third, why isn't it mentioned first, because it shows that these two actions are necessary for the completion of

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for the perfection of

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your Eman cannot be complete. Your Eman cannot reach the level of perfection until and unless you do these two things.

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But our problem is that so many things go on around us and we say doesn't matter. It's okay.

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We don't bother doing a multiple of one here and one.

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And still we claim to be believers. We say it's the other person. It says problem. It says business. Let him do it. What have I got to do with it? Everybody has their own personal decisions. If they have decided this for themselves, let them do it. Why should I interfere?

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And unfortunately, today we have this concept that don't tell me anything and I'm not going to tell you anything.

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You mind your own business. I will mind my own business people are living together under the same roof. But if they're asked Have you prayed the mind, they don't like being asked Have you prayed?

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If they're reminded It's time for Salah. They don't like being reminded.

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If they're reminded reader of God, they don't like being reminded.

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So how can we be of the destination? The prophets are about as Adam said, Whoever sees an undesirable thing. What should he do? He should change it by his hand. This is the command at the profit sort of artists. So when you're doing I want to be married when are you

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In one cup, what should you think? This is something that a lot requires of me. And the Prophet thought about Islam also commanded me to do whoever sees an undesirable thing, what should he do? He should change it by his end.

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And remember, Mancha is not just something that is against the Sharia.

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Okay. Definitely, it is something that is against Sharia. But it also includes that which is against the benefit of people. So for example, if somebody is putting dirty dishes in the cupboard, if somebody is not washing the dishes property, what should you do?

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What should you do? Sit, don't say anything, otherwise, they're not gonna like it.

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But instead, you should discuss with your friends. She doesn't even know how to wash dishes. Is that what we should do? No. What is the proper way to change it with your hand? If you cannot do that, if that is not appropriate? If you're too scared of doing that, then what should you do? Use your tongue.

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If he does not have the power to do that, then he should change it by his tongue. And if he does not even have that power, then he should regard it as evil in his heart.

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But we say it's okay. Doesn't matter. It's their choice. It's their decision. It's their personal life. I'm not going to interfere. But what did the Prophet say? That if a person only regarded as evil in his heart, this is the weakest form of faith.

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And if a person does not even regard it as even in his heart, then what is that fits? What is that?

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If you say it's okay, if you say it's their choice, it's their decision, let them do whatever they're doing. What does that mean? What kind of demand do I have?

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Let's listen to the recitation of the side.

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When we tell somebody about something, when we tell somebody to do something, and they don't listen to us, how do we feel? Very bad.

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They don't respect us. They don't care about me. They don't listen to me, we feel very bad. But when Allah subhanaw taala is being displayed, and we claim to love Allah, why don't we feel better? Why not?

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If somebody doesn't listen to us, we mind so much. And if somebody doesn't listen to a lot, we say, it's that person's own choice. We say it's okay. It's their decision, let them do whatever they want. No, if we claim to love Allah, then how can we tolerate someone disobeying Allah? How can we tolerate someone not obeying Allah?

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This kind of a claim is false, then, if you truly claim to love Allah, then you will never tolerate anybody disobeying almost

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we learn about him as a little calf. That fella anaka Bell here on nepsac, Allah 30 him in the mute me no behind that howdy psfs, then perhaps you would kill yourself through grief over them? Why? If they do not believe in the message, that you deliver the message to them, and they're not believing out of sorrow, you would kill yourself. This is the kind of state or the kind of sorrow that the profits out of artisan would experience when the people would not listen, when the people would not believe. Why? Because the people were disbelieving and Allah, Allah soprano data was being disrespected, and the profits are alone Islam could not tolerate that.

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And also at the same time, reject Lynas for the benefit of people. If you truly well wish for people, then you want good for them. Right? If you truly well wish for people, what does it mean? You want good for them? You don't want them to do anything that's going to harm them. You want them to do that which is going to benefit them.

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If somebody is making a crazy decision with regard to their money, with regards to their health with regards to their life, what do we do? We stop them. But if somebody is making a wrong decision or wrong choice in their religion, or do we say difference of opinion?

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We say it's their choice. But the fact is that

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we're now here in one cup, what does it show that you are sincere to Allah and you're also sincere to people.

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You will wish for the deen of Allah. And you also well wish for the people who reject leanness, both are important. And if a person says no, let people do whatever they want to do. Don't tell them

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Don't remind them, then what does it show that a person is self centered? A person is selfish, he only cares about himself. He only cares about his personality or how people perceive him, how people look at him. That's all that he's concerned about. If I tell people if they mind, I'm not going to look as good anymore.

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But the fact is, when a person's wishes good for people, when the person wishes good for a loss of panel data, then he cannot tolerate people disobey number

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four, they're sick, and also for of LASIK.

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This is why this oma is Kira.

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And sometimes, when we tell people about that, which is good when we stop them from doing that, which is wrong, what happens, we face opposition. People say, Stop, don't tell me I know better. People do that. They don't want to listen. So out of this fear, sometimes we don't tell them

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out of this fear, we don't tell them.

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But our responsibility is that we have to keep reminding people, because sometimes people know. And still they don't care, they don't realize. But if we keep reminding them, you never know sometimes they might get it.

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anything you'd like to say before we conclude here.

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The thing is that whenever we see people doing something that is wrong, we only get emotional. But we don't do anything. We don't stop them. We don't tell them. But we only get emotional, we react, we become angry, we become frustrated. And then that's it, we will go back by for some time, we will take our frustration out, we will start becoming rude. But we will not tell the other person the mistake that they have made. We will not tell the other person about the wrong thing that they have done. But what is it that we should do?

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Just tell them what they have done. Tell them to do that with you, right? Because that is really going to reform the situation. If you don't tell them, it's possible, then never realize they'll never find out and they will continue their own and you will continue being frustrated.

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For instance, when people are living together, a person is not cleaning or not vacuuming properly, and you get frustrated in your heart and never do this property. They never do this properly. Every time they don't do it properly, you get frustrated, but if you tell them, maybe they'll see the corner that they leave every time.

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Maybe they'll see it, it's possible, they never noticed it, it's possible they don't see the importance of cleaning that corner. But if you tell them if you show them, they will realize and if you don't tell them, you're only going to harm yourself.

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Similarly, this is also another reaction that commonly people fall prey to them when they see wrong around them. Or when they see the absence of good around them. They just want to cut themselves off from everything, they just want to seclude themselves. I can't go there because I cannot tolerate people doing that which is wrong. I can't go there because I cannot tolerate them not doing this. But the fact is that we haven't been told in this ayah that you stay in your own community, stay in your own house, but rather reject, reject leanness that you have been taken out out of your homes, out of your comfort zones. Why? So that you can go out, see the people talk to the people benefit

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the people tell them to do that which is right and stop them from doing that which is wrong.

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And you cannot do that when you're living alone when you're living by yourself, cutting yourself off from the people.

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A very good example is that if there is a child who is doing something wrong, a small child is doing something wrong. You're not just going to sit there and get upset or react or scream because sometimes you will scream when the child will not get it. They will not understand what are you going to do if you're going to go and stop them with your hand.

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And if they're old enough to understand, you will stop them with your tongue.

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And you will not just consider it bad in your heart because if you only considered bad in your heart, what's going to happen, the child is going to harm himself

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or Bridgette Lynas for the benefit of people.

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If you know somebody, it's easier to tell them because you know them and you know what they will like you know what they will not like you know how to speak with them. But there's somebody who you don't know if there's a stranger and they're doing something wrong, then how do you speak to them? Do you not care about their feelings? No, you do care about their feelings and you talk to them in a way that is appropriate in a way that they will accept. Sometimes it is done verbally. And sometimes it can be done by you know giving a handout giving a piece of paper with something written on it. So depending on the situation, you can do different things. But you should be concerned about how the

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other person is going to accept it. And according to that, you should get the message. Because remember, as we learned yesterday, that if you're stopping somebody is going to lead them to greater evil

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Then you should not stop them. So you have to use wisdom as well, when dealing with people.

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Which is why one of the best ways is that if you keep, like many people do they keep different pamphlets, different flyers in their bag whenever they go out. And whenever they find the opportunity to tell people, so could be different ways that you could tell them. But depending on who the person is,

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you can only do our will narrow for now here in one car, when you yourself know what my roof is, and what Moncure is. If you don't know what my roof is, if you don't know what Moncure is, and how will you tell people about it? How can you stop people from it?

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You cannot.

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So it shows that gaining knowledge first is the most important thing.

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In I 110, we learned about hire of the best.

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And the best oma that has been chosen for people that has been created for the benefit of people that has been selected for the benefit of people. What does it do, tells people about that which is right, forbids them from doing that which is wrong, and also believes in it.

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But obviously, this process, meaning telling people, something that they don't want to listen to, is something that is difficult. And sometimes it brings the opposition of people, which hurts us the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, when he did our what happened

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when he went to a party, what happened, he was hit with stones. Literally, he was hit with stones.

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in Makkah, when he will go around telling people, his uncle Abu lahab would follow him around and abuse him, insult him, market him.

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So this is something that we must be ready for as well, that when we're going to tell people about that which is right, and forbade them from that which is wrong, we are going to face some kind of opposition, and it will hurt us. Which is why Allah says lineable ruco they can never harm you. They can never hurt you in the other, except for just other except for just a slight injury,

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what you call it local. And if they fight you, you are local as well. They will show you their backs so much. And then they will not be aided.

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In the previous video we learned that the annual Gita, the people of the book, they were the ones who were given this responsibility before the Muslim oma. And Allah said that if they had believed it would have been better for them. But they did not. They did not prove their Eman. True, they did not fulfill the requirements of email.

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So don't fear these people lay on the room, they can never harm you. They can never hurt you. You know the rule is from the newsletters, blah, blah, and the word bomb is used for harm.

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So they will not harm you in any way. In law except and then an injury. There were other, as you know, is used for every harm, or every pain, every injury that affects a living creature. It could be a physical ailment, it could be a physical annoyance. And it could also be emotional. It could be physical, and it could also be emotional. So it includes physical pain, physical hardship, physical hurt, physical torture, but it also includes emotional annoyance. But remember that other unthought of? Both are used for injury harm hurt, correct? What's the difference between thorough and other other is used for a slight injury, it is lighter, it is lesser than both.

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So they can only harm you with other very slightly,

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meaning they cannot completely finish you. They cannot completely exterminate you. But they will only harm you with slight injury. And what is that slight injury? It has been understood in two ways that first of all, a little hurt how through tongue through foul language, that you're speaking to someone you're telling them about what they should do and what they should not do. And what's the reaction, some harsh words, some foul language, abusive language, or maybe threats or harassment of some sort.

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So it's possible that you invite someone to that which is good, but you face some opposition. But what does Allah assure us of that it's only going to be other meaning what can the other person do? Really? What can they do? What's the maximum they can do? They can say something mean to you?

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They can't come and finish you. They can't come and kill you. No, they cannot do that. So now you have overcome a lot

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Specifically in the context of the youth because they were the ones who were mentioned in the previous ayah that they cannot harm you except through other. What does the other refer to? Yes, it refers to foul language, you know, through tongue, but it also refers to their line against Allah soprano Dada, and they're calling the Muslims to air.

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In the previous verses, we learned about the different tactics, the people of the book came up with, in order to lead Muslims astray, in order to make them doubtful about their faith. So this is what Adi is referring to.

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When he you hottie will come and if they do fight you, you gotta do from the word of the lamb, and Katana is used especially for Bethel. So if they do battle you if they do fight you, you will look at Well, they will turn their backs towards you, you will know is from the veterans while I'm yet wonder what does it mean to turn away so you will lose them, they will turn towards you, meaning they will show you about. So in other words, they will turn their backs and run away at the boundaries of Florida double and the word is used for the backside of a person. So why will they show their backs to you, because they will be defeated. In retreat, they will show their backstory

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to so Malayan sorrow, and then they will not be helped. Meaning once they're defeated by you, they will not be helped by anyone against you, they will not have any kind of victory over you. primarily in this is a harbor being addressed, the companions of the Prophet sort of artisan are being addressed. Remember that in Medina, several Jewish tribes resided. And all of these tribes, these Jewish tribes, they were very wealthy. They were very rich. And they also had great military might remember, as I mentioned to you earlier that the ocean has an edge, they used to fight with one another. And where would they get their war supplies from, from the bunnies fight from these Jewish

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tribes. So they had a lot of wealth, and they also had a lot of military might. And despite this, they were afraid of the Muslims. Why? Because of the comfort that they were committing because of the disbelief in their hearts, which is why they have lost all their confidence. And they did not have any courage to come face to face with the Muslims. So those who have over here are being reassured that you continue to do your work. You are the best nation. Be confident about what you're doing. You believe in Allah, you're telling people about that which is right and you're stopping them from wrong. So be confident about what you're doing. If you face someone's hostility, if you

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face someone's opposition, if these people do different things in order to dissuade you or dissuade other people from the way of Allah, don't lose heart. Remember that they can only hurt you a little bit, they can never completely finish you. And if they do try to fight you, they will be defeated, and then they will not be held. And we learned that these Jewish tribes they never came face to face in battle with the Muslims.

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They did try to fight the Muslims from behind their forts from inside their forts, but never face to face. They never had the courage. Anytime that there was a combat between the two, the Jews of Medina and even a hybrid, they will fortify themselves in their forts, they would not come face to face fighting the Muslims. So this ayah Yes, it is about a specific context. But we can also learn a lesson from this for ourselves. That when you're doing Dawa, when you're telling somebody about that, which is right, stopping them from wrong, and you face hostility, you face opposition, remember, that the other person can only say things to you.

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They can only say things to you, they can only be rude to you, they can only insult you, they can only market you, what can they do beyond that? They cannot do anything beyond that. So be confident. So, this is a reassurance that a loss of penetrated is giving to the dairy

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whatever to align him with when it was struck upon them. What was struck upon them as they lead to the humiliation enema, certainly for wherever they were found, bluebirds whatever it is from the roof letters Bob back on thought of as you know, means to strike to hit something and booty but it was struck what was struck Island him at Villa humiliation.

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And what this means is that humiliation was struck upon them, meaning it was laid upon them, and hence, they have been put under it eternally.

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It has been struck upon them, meaning it is attached to them eternally. They will always be in the state of the law. They will always suffer from when they are under it and who does them refer to the unknown kita special

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Typically the root and then is from the root letters, then land land. And then is when someone with power takes away the wealth or there is of the other.

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So just imagine, somebody has a lot of power, and what does he do, he takes away the wealth, or there is a of the other person, and thus the other person is humiliated, he is degraded. He had money, he had prestige, he had honor, he enjoyed a particular status, somebody else came and took it away from him, when it's been taken away from him, he has been humiliated. And remember, the left is always after is that you have is you have money, you have high status, and then when it's taken away from you, you are degraded, you can only go down when you were right, you can only go down when you are so believer to align him with Villa to aina masuku. What does it mean by this, that wherever

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they will be, wherever they will be? What does it mean, they will gain a lot of Islam. But then that is a is going to be taken away from them, it's going to be snatched away from them.

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Because throughout history, a person might wonder no, these people have enjoyed a lot of prestige, they have enjoyed a lot of money. So how can you say the rebirth within the villa is only after is that wherever they will be, they will make a lot, they will enjoy a lot. But eventually, it will be taken away from them so that they're humiliated, so that they have no strength and no protection left at number 34 wherever that they are found. So people from the reflectors fell off.

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And as you know, that sacrifice means to gain mastery over someone to overtake someone. So any place anytime that they are overtaken any place anytime that they are found in, they have no honor. They have no refuge, they have no protection anywhere on the surface of the earth.

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What's the reason for this? Why?

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Why is it that they have been humiliated in this way? That forever? anytime they gain something, it's going to be taken away from them? What's the reason? What is the first item is the first sight that we read today?

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That if they had believed it would have been better for them. But because they did not believe they did not do what was required of them. Therefore, they were punished by almost penalty. And what is that punishment? eternal,

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eternal humidity.

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You know, if a person doesn't have something, and he is for, he is humiliated, okay, that's one thing. But the other is that a person was enjoying a lot of money, enjoying a lot of status, and then it's taken away from him. That is much more difficult for the person.

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So this is what's going to happen to them. Why? Because they did not do what was required of them. They were the chosen people. But they did not prove themselves as chosen. They were supposed to do Mr. Bill marygrove when he got in Mancha, but they didn't do it, and therefore they suffer from this punishment from almost panic.

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And this tells us that even the Muslim Ummah, being piled on, if they do not do, what is required of them, if they do not do, what has been imposed upon them, then they should also fear this punishment

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that they will suffer from humiliation.

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We learned about the Hadith yesterday, that by Allah you must do a marble marble and you must do now here in Makkah, because if you do not do then what's going to happen? Allah will descend the punishment upon you, and then he will pray to Him and He will not answer your grace. He will not respond to your prayers.

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Villa humiliation, in front of people and also in front of Allah.

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In law, we have a limit Allah except with a rope from Allah will have a limited nerves and the rope from the people. What does that mean by this

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meaning they will have reserved only in this case, they will retain their reserve, they will not suffer from the law only in this case. And what is that case that they have the Hubble minima, meaning they hold on to the rope of Allah. They hold on to the covenant of

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meaning they turn to the deen of Allah.

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If they turn back to the deen, if they return to the dean, they do what is required of them, then they will have risen and they will not suffer from Villa anymore. will happily mean a nurse or they hold on to the people.

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How do they hold on to the people by strengthening their ties, by having strong connections, and have them in a nurse has been understood in two ways, that first of all, through backs and treaties, that they make backs and treaties with the people, and then they will have reserved, then they will be saved from dilla. And secondly, heavily been a nurse nurse especially has been understood as believers, that they will have protection only under the Muslims, they will have protection only were under the Muslims. How that when they give jizya they are free to do whatever they want in their religion. They have religious freedom. But if they go anywhere else, if they go anywhere else,

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no matter what taxes they pay, no matter what they do, they will still suffer from the law. It's only under the Muslims, that they will be able to prosper, nowhere else a levy heavily minella or have limitedness and this is something that the history is an evidence to, that the people of the book, they survived in the Muslim Ummah with a lot of dignity.

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While there will be a lot of women, Allah, and they encouraged upon them, anger from Allah, that from the Tetris bear well, Hamza buyable, is to bring back or to bring down something upon oneself. What does it mean, to bring down something upon oneself and figuratively, the word is used for acquiring something, earning something incurring something upon oneself. So they have incurred upon themselves what build up in Minerva. So they themselves have acquired the anger of Allah.

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They did something, and they brought upon themselves the anger of Allah. So in other words, they deserve the heart of the other of Allah has not been imposed upon them by injustice, but rather, they deserve it. It's their own doings. It's their own actions, they have brought it upon themselves. And what type of anger is the what type of anger is of other

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which takes form of revenge or inflicting some kind of punishment?

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So they have incurred the anger of Allah and notice how bobbin ends with a 10? We, what does it mean that this word is Nikita

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and Nikita, a noun is Nokia, for several reasons. One of them is to show the enormity of something, it is to show that the will the horror that with great anger, great anger of Allah. And this is why there are multiple

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Well, what about Allah, human muskan and dependence, poverty has been laid upon, it has been struck upon them, meaning it has been eternally attached to them, and must come to it from the truth that we seem to have known. And Musk is used for poverty, but in particularly sad that it is poverty in which one has greed for increase in wealth.

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And he also suffers from stinginess. So he has greed hits for more. And he also suffers from stinginess, he doesn't want to give anything.

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And it is said that Musk is when a person keeps losing his wealth or honor.

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He suffers one loss, and then he suffers another loss. And then he suffers another loss. He keeps losing. He's insulted in one situation, and then he's insulted at another situation and then another situation. So what happens, he keeps losing his money. He keeps losing his honor. And as a result, he loses his confidence. He doesn't have any confidence left. He doesn't have anything to collect. And because he doesn't have any confidence left, what happens? He wants more. And he doesn't want to park from anything. He has greed for increase. And he also has stinginess, he's also miserly and he's fearful of becoming poor, which is why must connect is said that it is the poverty of the

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heart. What is it? It is the destitution? It is the poverty of the heart that even if you have a little bit, what are you scared about? You're going to lose it. Even if you have a little bit, what do you want more, and you don't want to walk away from anything. And this is the poverty of the heart, the destitution of the heart, that no matter what a person has, he is not satisfied. No matter what he has, he is not satisfied. So he doesn't have money. But more importantly, he doesn't have resentfulness he doesn't have any self respect or he doesn't have any confidence left.

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So what about the other human wascana? What does that mean my mascara? The person might say no, they're very rich.

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Look at other very rich, they have much more than the Muslims. So what is this must kind of Muskaan it can be understood as literally poverty not having Well, in some circumstances in some situations. And secondly, it refers to dissatisfaction or insecurity, that, despite having a lot, they suffer from the poverty of the heart, the destitution of the heart,

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which is why no matter what they have, they're not satisfied, and they want more, and they're stingy, that they will not spend on those who are needy.

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This is what mackanin is so blurry, but are they humaneness?

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And if a person does not have much, but if he has canera, if he has, you know, satisfaction of the heart, then even if he has a little bit, he is satisfied. He is confident,

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which is why we see that the Sahaba, the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, even if they had only a little bit of wealth, what would they do? They would even bring that as sort of,

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like one of the companions he worked for so long, and all that he earned was just a handful of dates, a handful of dates. And he brought that to give at the time of was with the book and what did the Prophet salallahu Salam do? He put that handful at the top of everything else that was connected?

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Because it was given out of sincerity and also it shows the generosity of the person that yes, it may be very little, but look at his heart. Look at the corner, look at the satisfaction. Look at the confidence that a person is so confident that if I give it away doesn't matter, Allah will give me but mackanin is that no matter how much a person has he is scared. If I don't have this, I'm going to be very poor. I am going to suffer so much Connor is the worst type of destitution it is the worst type of poverty. So buddy better either you will miss gonna. Why? Valley can be unknown. That is because indeed, what is that you can refer to? It refers to the law, it refers to bear will be

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harder, and it refers to muskan.

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Why do they suffer from these things? Why was this punishment imposed upon them which punishment, humiliation, that every time they make something every time they gain honor, it is snatched away from them, but it will be a lot of fun that they have incurred upon themselves anger of Allah, so Allah has punished them. And thirdly, must Cana poverty destitution of the heart. Why? What's the reason? Be unknown canaux Yuk. furuno vi Atilla because indeed they used to disbelieve in the Ayat of Allah.

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Remember the word cannon? When it comes before a verb?

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Especially Yak furuta is very melodic. Okay, what is very melodic? I mentioned to you already, that it's a verb of present or future tense. One is very mildly, which is about the past tense, okay, like Carla, he said in the past, and the other fairness medallion which is present or future like yaku, he says or he will say, so, yak faloona, which barrel is this? Which barrel is this? I want you to say the word medallion good, because the more you will use it, the more confident you will be.

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So, this is fairly old idea.

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And whenever the word kana comes before fairly Mubarak, it gives the meaning of esteem or what does esteem raw mean continuty

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it gives meaning of continuty that they have been actually used to display. This was their habit. This is what they always did. This is their typical behavior. This is their typical reaction. What that they always used to. This was their habit, they habitually used to work for una bi Attila. They denied the ayatollah,

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which I heard of a LA County and Chetry blessings which are signs as well as the commands of Allah, whether they are the eyes of the Scripture, or the commands that they were given.

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Well to Luna, ambia, Avi, Ladyhawke, and they used to kill the profits without any right without any justification, without any legal claim. They had no right to kill the profits. Now, the thing is that the profits, they don't commit any crime anyway. So what is the reliability? How will they help over here emphasizes that the prophets were killed for a crime that they did not commit?

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The prophets were killed by these people for a crime that they did not commit for a crime that they never committed.

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So it emphasizes the brutality of the action of the bunnies. That how brutal was their action? How unjust was their action, killing an innocent person

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Who's that innocent person? A prophet of Allah. So they used to have vitually disbelieve in the Ayat of Allah. And they have actually killed the prophets way up to Luna and Waikato. Luna is directly connected with canon. So canon applies to your Karuna as well. So they used to kill the prophets of Allah without any right.

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Over here we see the two crimes of the bunny Israel have been mentioned. Which crimes, first of all, could be Ayatollah disbelief in the ayatollah. And can you indicate that they have always done this, and they're very proud of doing this? This is their habit. We learned that musar listener when he rescued the bunnies for you. And he met them across the sea. And finally, when they were freed of their slavery, they were passing by people who were worshipping idols. And they said to Masada, salaam, yamasa ager Alana Illa Han, come Allah whom Allah almost make for us a god, just as they have God's imagine. They were saved by Allah Subhana Allah. They saw the Ayat of Allah the Kony is

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the sea splitting into two.

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Just imagine

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they saw the ayatollah. And so what did they do? They did. They rejected. Similarly, they were given so many commands, but what did they do? They disappeared, they did not accept. And the second crime that they committed was cut will and be killing the profits. They kill the prophets. Why? Because the prophets did not move when

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the prophets told him to do that, which is right and stop them from doing that which was wrong. And because they did not wish to confirm, they did not want to listen to them, what did they do?

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They killed the profits.

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And remember that if anybody does this, whether they are the educator, or on what Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam call for the ayatollah, and killing those people who command you to do that, which is right and forbids you from doing wrong, this is a great crime. And there are consequences for it. There's great punishment for it. What's that great punishment? What's mentioned in this ayah,

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Villa Avada of Allah, as well as mackanin.

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And if you look at it, the Muslims, what are we suffering from today? All of these things. Why? Because this is common within us. We know about the commands of Allah, but we don't wish to conform.

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We say I don't believe I don't want to accept, I don't wish to do it. And if anybody tells us to do that, which is right, we say Mind your own business.

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This is what they did as well.

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There Lika that what does that refer to? The crimes that they committed? The two crimes that have been mentioned over here cottonelle ambia. And gopher bi Atilla. Why did they do this? What gave them the guts? What gave them the confidence? What gave them the audacity to do this be mad also? Because they disobeyed as always from cn I inside yet? And what is it going to show resistance to conformity? Do not conform? That you know about the rules, you know about what must be done. But what does a person do?

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He says, I don't care. I'm not going to listen, I'm only going to do what I want to do. So this is because the disobeyed. What can we are to do and they have virtually transgress limits here to do in Israel. I ended well into that. And what does that means to cross limits to overstep and in particular, that is used for extreme injustice, that in committing injustice, even a person crosses on limits,

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you know, what is that somebody is telling you to do that, which is right, and you don't want to listen to them. So you said be quiet.

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Or you don't listen to them. Or you oppose them. You hate them. You become physically abusive towards them. But what was the extent that these people went to? They went to killing the profits? They were killing the profits. So what can we do? They transgressed as well. So what led them to their crimes? two things. First of all, constant disobedience. First of all, disobedience to Allah.

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And this is yen is connected with gopher bi, Atilla. What led them to deny the ayatollah, their disobedience. When they did not obey, what were they doing? denying the ayatollah

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when they were not obeying, what were they doing denying the ayatollah, for example, a lot of parents Allah commands us to establish the Sunnah to pray the seller.

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But a person says no, I'm not going to. Then what is he doing? He's denying the command.

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He's refusing the command of Allah. How

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His actions. So anytime a person does not obey the command of Allah, what is he doing? He's actually denying the command of Allah.

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He's doing cover of the commands of Allah.

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And as for the editor that this is connected with killing the prophets, why is it that they killed the profits because of their if

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they did not wish to conform, and thus making the profits when they were stopped from their crimes, what did they do to kill the profits? When they did not wish to listen to the profits? They went on to killing them?

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And early we read that it wasn't just the prophets whom they killed, but they also killed the people who told them to do that, which is right here. Muna will basically meanness meaning of the people who commanded them to do this, what did they do? They kill them as well.

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So similarly, if the Muslim Ummah does the same thing, then they should expect some consequences.

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Unless as lasers are, they're not all the same. They're not all equal. Who the I don't

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lay suit, they over here for a suit either all of the other kita or it refers to the Ahmed Mohammed, and the applicator.

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So first of all, all of the other keytab are not the same. Secondly, the Anil kita, and the Muslim Ummah, they are not the same, they are different.

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Because many people say we are the people of the book, we are all of the monotheistic religions. We all believe in God, we all believe in Abraham, we all believe in the Bible, we're all the same. There are only a few differences, but we're actually all the same. What does the law say?

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No, they're not all the same. The Muslims are different, and the data are different. And according to the first opinion, all of the data are not the same. Meaning all of the other data are not inherently bad. Okay. Because sometimes when we read these is what do we do? generalize. we generalize, but what does Allah say? That just because other people have the book doesn't mean that they are bad, doesn't mean that they have evil inside them. It is only those people who remain as disbelievers who are like this

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main Nikita from the people of the book, there is a metal there is a group of people, there is a community and this group of people what does it do? It is called Emerton, it is standing meaning it is upright, however, is a feminine have caught him and who has called him one who stands but the word for him is not just used for one who is standing, but it is also used for one who is upright because when you're standing, you're standing straight, you're standing straight, your back is straight, your legs are straight, your arms are straight, that is a position of standing back in that state of pm. Your legs are straight your back is straight, right. So Karima is not just used

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for one who is standing but it is also used for one that is upright one that is correct one that is steadfast.

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So all matters are emitted. Omega is Kadima. What does it mean by this doesn't mean that literally they're standing all the time they never sit. That's not what the meaning meaning they are firm and steadfast upon the commendable.

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Yes, there are some of them who have habitually denied the commands of Allah.

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Anytime they're given the Ayat of Allah, they don't accept, they don't listen, they refuse. However, there have also been such a dedicated, who are called upon the commands of Allah upon the ayatollah.

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Secondly, it has been said that Ahmed and Karima to means that they are fair, and just they're unbiased.

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There are some of the other GitHub word mutton party meaning ardila they do.

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So just because there are the other GitHub, don't generalize, don't think that they're inherently bad, they have evil inside them. It is only those who disbelieve amongst them who are like that, and the others who do believe over time in their history. There have been people who have been steadfast upon the commands of Allah.

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And what do they do? You get Luna a Attila? they recite the verses of Allah.

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Yet Luna de la Yato. What does it mean to recite and it also means to follow

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so yet Luna Ayatollah, they recite the verses of Allah when during the prayers

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and Elaine during the hours of the night with whom he has to do and they also prostrate and there is a plural off in you.

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And I is Florida immune. Hamza noon, yeah, with the casula under the Hamza

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and it's also said that it's the plural of Anna. How will you

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Enter, just as you write also, I inside Elif Hamza, noon Elif, but this enter doesn't mean I it is an air. Right. So it's either an air or in you and what is in unique, it is used for the hours of the night, portions of the night, parts of the night. And there are two opinions with regards to which parts of the night. Some say that it's a specific part of the night. Like, for instance, the time of solitude or Isha, or the time between Muslim inertia, or the middle of the night. And others say that no, it could be any hour of the night, any portion of the night, whether the beginning or the middle, or the end.

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So what do these people do? they recite the ayat of Allah, during parts of the night, during hours of the night, what else do they do? Well, whom he has to the moon and they also prostrate meaning during the night, they also do sector. What does that mean message over here. session over here has been mentioned in particular, what it means is that they pray the Sadat and such that has been mentioned only why because such that shows closeness to Allah. And it also shows humidity before.

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So they don't just pray, but to make long sudo praying to Allah, seeking His forgiveness, showing humidity before him.

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So what homie has to do and they also do such that. So over here, we see that even amongst the people of the book, there were people who were devout worshippers.

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There were people who believed in the right way, who did what they were supposed to do, who did what they were supposed to do. And in the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what happened, they became Muslim. They accepted Islam. So they're the ones who are being praised over here, although there were very few in number, for instance of the lab and so on. And it is said that the delegation of neutron which had come and they all left as disbelievers do, men among them, they actually came back and they became Muslim.

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So yes, there were only very few of them, but they were believers of their time. They were devout worshippers, and when they learned of Islam, they became Muslim. So do not generalize that just because a person is from the advocate that he has to be inherently bad

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