Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L051D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of learning and teaching in religion is discussed, including reciting verses and practicing others. The use of hikma and understanding the Prophet's teachings is emphasized. The loss of companions during a disaster and the loss of men and women due to actions is also discussed. The importance of showing up in public to defend oneself and not giving everything to anyone is emphasized. The success of individuals with strong understanding of their past is also discussed.
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I was a bit late in the ship I know Jesus will lay over here.

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I number 164

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nakada Mandela who are let me Nina, his birthday for him was sulam and fusi him. Certainly, Allah conferred a great favor upon the believers, when he sent among them a messenger from themselves. And this messenger yet to RNA him at he recites to them his verses, why use a key him and he also purifies them.

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And as for the purification that the prophet SAW about a sudden gave, or did, of his companions, or taught to his companions, was the tangible purification as well as the intangible one, the physical one, the history one, as well as the Martin we went and asked where the intangible purification, it is of two types, the internal, as well as outward, the bethlen, as well as

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the bathroom, which relates to a person's character, a person's thoughts, a person's Arpita, and the law hit the person's actions, a person's habits. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also purified them

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while you are live a woman keytab Oh, and Hickman and he also teaches them the book and the Wisdom, you're removed from their veterans. I mean, Darlene and our lemma, your ultimate aim is to teach gradually, to instruct gradually.

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And it is to impart knowledge. It's not just to inform. It's not just to tell somebody once, but it is to make sure that what you're informing the other person, they're actually learning it.

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They're actually learning

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and your limo Makita, he teaches them the book, Tony Makita. Teaching The book also is done in three ways. Lovely, Martin UI, and hook me or Emily,

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Now personally wonder that he recited the verses to them, how, in these three ways, and again, you are LIMU Makita, he teaches in the book again, in three ways. What's the difference between the two?

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dilemma is like, you can say, like a lecture, or like,

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it's a general address.

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All that the speaker does is that he recites the verses or he tells the people about what is mentioned in the Book of Allah, He reminds them.

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But Darlene is different. Darlene is the process of learning and teaching

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thoroughly means that you're not just reading yourself, but you're also making the student read.

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dilemma is that you're just reading to the general people who are listening to you, and arnim is that you're reading to them. And you're also making them read while making them read. Why?

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To make sure that they have understood correctly,

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that they will be able to pass the message on as well. So one level is to just be a listener, to go and listen to a lecture here and there. The other level is up or leave it is to learn properly, to fully understand and comprehend what is being said. And that a person retains it, and then he's able to pass it on. Because until and unless a person internalized what he has learned, he cannot pass it on. So thoroughly Miss, to prepare the other to prepare the student to be able to pass the message on.

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And also deliver is for everybody, and other differences that delivers for everybody. So for instance, the prophets are allowed to sort of you would give the hold but anybody would come everybody would come in listen. But our need is for specific people, those who have given their time who have fixed a portion of their time, Why? So that they can learn the they can study the D,

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for instance, people will come they would attend the football, and they will leave.

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But there were some other people who would stay there who would learn from the prophets or about Islam who would question him who would ask him questions. And the prophets are allowed to answer their questions, clarify the concepts to them. And he would also question them sometimes, which is why in so many a hadith we learned the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would ask this question, and they would say, a line His Messenger knew best. Why? Because that's the process of tidy.

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Similarly, he would ask some companions to recite parts of the Quran to him. So he didn't just recite the book to them, but he also taught them the book. He made them understand. He made them capable of passing the book on.

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He made them capable of passing the knowledge that they had learned from him on to other people.

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And this is why the learning and teaching of the book was not just limited to the time of the Prophet Surat RSM, but it continued, it continued. And so we learned that the Sahaba, the companions, some of them in Makkah, some of them in Kufa, some of them in Medina, they talk to people over there. And they talk to hold on over there. Which is why we see that many times for understanding that the CEO you look at the statements of the companions. Why? Because they learn from the Prophet sort of autism and they taught people

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to Darlene is different from Delilah. So you're a limo who will get up and he also taught them the book. He also taught them. The Book of Allah

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will hikma and also the wisdom? The prophet SAW a lot of them also taught Hickman to the people, what is hikmah?

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What is it literally mean? To put something in its right place in a manner that is appropriate for it.

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And then hikma translates into knowing what to do, when to do, how to do how much to do, where to do, where not to do this is what Hayek was.

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So you can understand the text. But how will you be able to apply it?

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When you have hikma?

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So hikma refers to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu.

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Why? Because the Sunnah, which includes the words, the actions, the approvals of the Prophet sort of autism, their teachers as to how we should apply the book, how we should apply the commands that Allah has given.

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So in other words, you can say Hickman is the understanding, it is a comprehension of the text of the Quran. That is what it is. We don't insult the Nyssa 113 well under Allahu la keytab when hickmott and Allah has revealed upon you the keytab as well as the hikma so Allah didn't just give the knowledge of the book to the prophet SAW the Lotus on him. But he also taught him how to apply the book. Where when How much

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were in Konami and cabello Duffield early movie, and indeed they were before that before what, before the coming of the messenger? Surely the people were in the movie, they were in manifest error. They were in clear they were clearly heading towards their destruction. They were clearly away from the right. But

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what does this show us? That the four things that I've mentioned over here, what are they? Did I was defeated? Secondly, does clear. Thirdly, dirty Makita. Unfortunately, darling, will Heckman these four things, if they are present in a people? If they are practiced by people, then they are up on the right path?

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And if these four things are not present of people, they don't practice these four things, then what does it mean? They are in ignorance, and they are in misguided ignorance and misguidance will prevail, which for things de Lauer does clear, Darlene will kita duralumin hikmah. All are important. All are important. Sometimes our focus is only on the scale.

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Sometimes when people are interested in religion, they're very interested in purification of the soul purification of the heart. That is important. But before that, you have to know what the Quran says.

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Similarly, some people are only interested in to our and not our leave. Both are important.

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Some of similarly, some people are only focused on understanding the Quran, and they neglect the Hadees to neglect this on.

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All four are important. When a person pays attention to all four, then he is not employed any movie.

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Also, we learn from this idea that a lot of hunters I mentioned at the beginning look at the manola meaning that Allah has bestowed a huge favor upon the believers. Why are the believers mentioned only because they are the ones who recognize this blessing. So this shows that when a person recognizes a blessing, only then he can benefit from it. And if a person denies the blessing does not even acknowledge it, then how can you benefit from it? He cannot.

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We learn about use of our new center, that when he was thrown into the well by his brothers and the caravan, they picked him up. They were completely ignorant of him

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and which is why they sold him for a few dollars.

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For a few dollars, you can see just real money. Why? Because they did not know who he was, had they known who he was, they would have dealt with him differently. They would have treated him differently. So this shows that if a person does not recognize the true value of something, then he deprives himself of benefiting from it. He describes himself as the

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benefiting from it.

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And when Allah subhanaw taala tells us that he has bestowed a huge favor upon us. What are we required to do? What are we required to do? To say yes, yes, we have such a big blessing and feel proud about it.

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We should be grateful.

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If Allah is telling us

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what should we do? Sugar and part of sugar is part of sugar is what? Using the blessing right benefiting from the blessing. So if the best thing is a messenger of Allah, what should we do? Learn from his example, do what he came to teach us. That is sugar.

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Sugar is not just being proud of the blessing that Allah has given us, but rather it is benefiting from the blessing that a loss of predator has given us.

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Although we see how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fully conveyed what he was supposed to that he didn't just do to our but he also gives early. He didn't just do Tarot, but he also did. Darlene

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and it wasn't just that, but also it was clear and also hikma, what does it show that he fully and completely conveyed what he was required to. So it's not possible that a messenger would ever Yahoo that he would ever do, who do know the Prophet conveyed.

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Why is it that when a single disaster struck you under the hood, although you had struck the enemy in the Battle of battle with one twice as great, Fulton another you said from where is this all women are in the unphysical say it is from yourselves in the Lucha Libre coalition encoded Indeed Allah is over all things competent.

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LLM O Allah is a combination of this is a stiff arm what means and and remember that this well, and generally also the fat that comes at the beginning FM and this is known as

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What does ask me it is joining the statement that is going to be said with the context with the context or with something that was mentioned previously artifice to connect

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and lemma when

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and over here our lemma gives a sense of why is it that when such and such happened? You said such and such and this is a way of reprimanding someone. Why did you do this? Why did you say this? You're not asking why you said like give me the reason. But why are you saying like that, in order to reprimand in order to reproach. So over here, the people are being reproached that why is it that when lumma or Saba that when it afflicted you, it reached you a solid confirm solid well, but

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what reached you mostly button masiva literally is one that reaches and then we'll see what is used for a misfortune a disaster a calamity that when a disaster struck you what is the disaster version? The defeat that you suffer that Muslims

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and the loss of 70 companions 70 Muslims.

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So why is it that when you were struck by a Muslim neighbor by a disaster, called the optimist lay her whereas in fact, you had afflicted twice of it? You had affected twice of that muslimah on who? On your enemy previously. Myth. Lay her with ladies actually Miss Lane, doula middle? What does that mean? Similar to

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so you're struck by a loss of 70 men. But in fact, previously, before you had inflicted upon your enemy, twice of what you suffered, you suffered 70 So what did your enemy suffered your hands 140 how that at the Battle of whether you killed 70 of theirs. And you took 70 of theirs as captives as well.

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So you suffered one receiver, but you infected double masiva upon your enemy. So why is it that when this happened quantum another Why did you say another

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Where did this come from? How come this happened? What does it mean by this another? that how can we have suffered the loss of 70 companions? How can we have suffered the defeat? Why did you say that? And I had

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an aha that gives us a sense of Min alunah, meaning how come we are suffering from this?

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You see the companions at the Battle of whether they had been successful. And they knew that they were upon the truth.

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They knew that Allah subhanaw taala, his help was with them. They knew that a messenger was among them.

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And obviously, they knew that there should be victorious.

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So when they suffered the Muslim but at boyhood, they said, How can we suffering from this? How can we suffer this? How can we lost? Why?

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Why did they say this? out of amazement, out of shock, out of surprise, because they weren't expecting it at all. It's like when something goes wrong, something doesn't happen as you expected it to happen. You wonder what happened? Why?

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But am I not right? Am I not right? I'm a believer. I'm a Muslim. So how come I lost? What does Allah say?

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Say, who am in your Indian physical? It is from yourselves. It is because of yourselves.

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When a person suffers loss, when a person suffers from a disaster, immediately thinks, why did a lesson this my way?

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Immediately a person thinks Why did Allah allow this for me? How come Allah doesn't want good for me? How come Allah wanted back for me? Sometimes the person thinks like that. What does Allah say? It happened because of yourself? It happened because of your own fault. You brought this upon yourself?

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mean or Indian physical? It was your fault. How was it the fault of the Muslims, that they lost your health? What was their fault? What was their mistake?

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That first of all, that is a bit of profits on

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the archers, who had been appointed at the mountain, what did they do? They disobey the commander of the profit sort of audits of them, as we learned early in number 153 had that official term within a certain field on our site. Remember the Morocco mega hit boom.

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After you saw what you love.

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And if you look at it, generally, in our lives, everything is going fine.

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And all of a sudden, we get distracted. We get diverted by something that we love, something that we like, it comes in the way and we forget our mission, we forget our purpose, we forget our goal. We reduce our ibadah we ignore, push your insula. Why? Because we can see something that we love. And then when we suffer from a problem, we say, Why did this happen? It's because you got distracted by something that you love.

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It's your own fault.

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Like for instance, some people they're very committed to the deen some women, some girls very committed to the deen. They're very involved in their Eva in worshipping Allah soprano.

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But as soon as they get married, what happens? Things change. Similarly, doing his job, and now all of a sudden, afterwards your job. They were praying for that, and afterwards, no Salah embodiment of Akuma to Hebrew. And then when there is a problem, we wonder, why did this happen? How can this happen? What does Allah say who women are in the unphysical? It's because of you. It's your own fault. You did something wrong. You brought this upon yourself.

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Secondly, it has been said that a woman or Indian physical this fault refers to their insistence on going outside of Medina to fight the enemy, despite the fact that the profits out of Madison wish to defend from inside of Medina.

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So it's because of your own fault. And thirdly, it has been said primitive Nakata, he said that women are Indian physical default, it refers to what the Muslims took as ransom from the 70 captives or in exchange for the 70 characters. Because remember, that added they had killed 70 people, and they had taken 70 as captives as well. And then they released those captives in exchange for the ransom they received from the people of Mecca.

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But this decision was something that allows planetary disapproval and so as a punishment as a consequence of their wrong action, previously, what happened? They lost

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Who am in your Indian physical. In the Mahara Coalition for the Indian Indeed Allah is able, over everything. What is this ayah teaches that when something goes wrong, when something does not go as planned, instead of

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blaming other people, or instead of questioning the decision of Allah, instead of questioning the will of Allah, the decree of Allah, what should we do? We should look at ourselves, we should question our own actions.

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Many times when something wrong happens, people say, Oh no, why me? Why this? Why not this? How come and people feel so miskeen and somos loon that, you know, if all zoom has been done on them, and they're so poor, they're so deprived. They're being treated so unjustly. There are lots of panels that is not being merciful towards them. That's not the case. What is the real problem? Who I mean, in the unphysical? It's because of yourself. So when something goes wrong, instead of blaming others, instead of blaming Allah subhanaw taala? What should a person do? Look at himself?

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Why masago Komiyama the whole Gemini family isn't in the when the animal mini and what struck you on the day the two armies met was by the permission of Allah, and that he might make evident the true believers. What is it that the Muslim suffered on that day?

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The defeat, the loss, the 70 martyrs.

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So whatever reached you, whatever struck you, when Yama Takayama on the day that the two groups met in Bangkok from lam coffea, La Jolla to meet in the car he met he confronted, encountered who Belgium on demand is a duel off gem for the two groups referring to

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the army of the Muslims under the prophets of Allah, salah and the army of the muskie.

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And which day is this? The day of the Battle of?

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So whatever you suffered on that day, anything that you suffered on that day?

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Where did it come from? for the evening,

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then it happened by the permission of Allah, meaning of law, allowed it to happen.

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And secondly, while Liana will move meaning, and so that the believers may be known for being nilla, the word Eden is from the roof that was Hamza, that alone

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and even is to give permission to allow something to happen to allow something to take place. And Allah subhanaw taala is of two types. The first is oddity. What does it mean by that? That which has to do with the creation or the universe or the decree?

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So for instance, we learn about race artists, Allah that He was given the miracles, and what is the original motor when you brought out the dead? Similarly, when he made the bird, when he cured the leper, after all those miracles, what was that be eaten in? By the permission of Allah. So when he cured the sick, when he gave life to the dead, when he made something alive, how did that happen? By the permission of Allah, Allah allowed it to happen.

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And with regards to this type of event, it is not necessary that whatever Allah subhanaw taala allows, he loves as well.

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For instance, the death of a person, the physical form of a person, the risk of a person, all of this is what with regards to audit with regard to decree. Right? So it's not necessary that everything that Allah has allowed, in this sense, he also loves it.

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So for instance, if the Muslim suffered loss, and yes, it happened by the permission of Allah, but it doesn't mean that he loves it, that he wanted this meaning he allowed it, but it's not necessary that it is His will.

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The second type of illness, even shuttering, what does it mean by that? When something is allowed in this career? So for example, we learned in sort of units by 59, called Allahu Allah, Allah lajitas total, that the Michigan they had made some foods halal and some food. So a lot of questions then, did Allah allow this for you?

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When it comes to matters of eating and drinking, and praying and not praying, and all of these things, acts of worship, what do they fall under? The Sharia.

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So they even have a law, in that respect is what Allah subhanaw taala has permitted in the Sharia.

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And when it comes to shed or even, whatever Allah subhanaw taala has allowed in the Sharia, that is what Allah loves. Whatever that Allah has allowed in the Sharia, that is a Lost Planet Allah loves.

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So over here when Allah says, forbidden Allah, it happened by the permission of Allah, what does it mean? which it is this country? It's not a law of the Sharia. It's not a law with regards to praying and fasting and eating know, what is this? decree like? Whatever happens

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Similarly, if a person does something wrong, and because of that he failed his exam, what kind of even is there, even Qadri not sharing caudry. So Allah allowed it, but it's not necessary that he loves it. Because many people confuse between the two. If something wrong happens in their life, if they're going through difficulties, I think Allah hates them. That Allah doesn't like me. This is what people think. But the fact is Allah allowed it. And whenever Allah allow something, there's always a reason behind it. There's always some wisdom behind it.

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So over here, if Allah allowed your defeat, what was the reason? Why the Yanomami name, so that the believers are known? Yeah, I mean, he knows the believers doesn't already know the true believers. Of course he does. But remember, freedom is of two types of itraq, to perceive something, and

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that what you know, you make it known. And when Allah subhanaw taala gives reward or punishment. He doesn't just give it on the basis of what he knows from before, but he gives it when a person does something, when it's actually carried out.

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So well, Yanomamo meaning and so that he knows the believers meaning he knows who the true and sincere believers are. Because up until now, the hypocrites and the believers they were mixed.

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They weren't distinguished.

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People were pretending to be believers, but they weren't clearly known. And when are the live and obey he left with 300 companions? They went back to Medina, what did that show that these people are not sincere?

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These people are not sincere.

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And those people who stayed along with the prophets, what about Islam, especially the 13 companions, who were with the Prophet defending him, and those companions who stayed on their posts of the lab in Tibet, and a few who stayed with them, that showed that these people are really the true sincere believers.

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Well, Liana Medina, Neff, aku, and that he might make evident those who are hypocrites. So the reason why he allowed this was that the believers are clearly known. And the hypocrites are also clearly known

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and Ludhiana for those people who were hypocritical.

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Well, theta home and it was set to them, it was set to who it was set to the hypocrites. What was said to them, the ILO come to FISA vilella Come and fight in the way of Allah, meaning come and actively fight the enemy. And if you don't want to do that, with the Pharaoh, or you should defend

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it the pharaohs from the roof of his den fairing the

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endeavor is to rebel something to drive something away to push something away. So with the pharaoh or at least defend, what does he mean by this? Kathy roofie, sebelah, a widow,

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Cogito feasterville, not here that come and fight along with the Muslims who the enemy? And if you don't want to do that, at least defend? What does he mean by this that at least defend

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this has been understood in a number of ways. First of all, it has been said that defend meaning at least defend the Muslims, by increasing their numbers. By increasing their numbers, if you're not going to actively fight, just be there. Just be there. Because when the number is greater than obviously the enemy is going to be fearful. So at least defend by being present by just showing up even if you don't want to do something just show up.

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Secondly, it has been said that with the pharaoh or defend how, by praying by making law, that if you don't want to come yourself, then at least make the law for the success of the Muslims. Why are you turning against your own people? At least defend?

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Why does a Saturday hypocrites in a separate when are the lemon obey, he retreated with 13 of his companions are to live in his arm. He went to advise him and to discourage him from leaving.

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So after lowering his arm, he went to the Lebanon Bay, to advise him to discourage him from going, but what happened to Lebanon Bay, he gave excuses and he said, nobody listened to us in the first place. We want to see inside Medina and they wanted to go out and Medina. They didn't take our suggestion. So too bad. We're not going to cooperate with them.

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Another excuse that they offered was, we don't know how to fight. We're not fighters. And this is such a big lie. Because the people of Medina the Olson has allege they had been fighting for years and years. Such a big lie. He said we don't know how to fight. So Allah says we're pinata Hunter, Alo party roofie Savita, lay away the phone. It was such

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Have them come and fight. And if you don't want to do that, then at least a friend.

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What was their reaction? kalu They said, We need to hypocrites. They said, lo Nirmala maputaland lotta barnacle. Had we known how to fight, we would have followed you, we would have come with you. Low gnarly maputaland. If we knew how to fight, then we would come in, participate in the battle.

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And this is an excuse made by those people who don't want to do something.

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So you go tell somebody, can you please bring this for me? Can you please bring this book for me from such and such bookshelf? They will go and they will come back can't find it. And you go and you find it.

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Similarly, you tell them to iron their clothes, and they say, I don't know how to iron. Can you do your laundry? I don't know how to turn the machine. Can you mop the floor? I don't know how to. So this is an excuse made by someone who does not want to do something. Because someone who wants to do something, someone who is determined, he will find a way. When you determined to do something, then you will find a way. And when you don't want to do something, then you will present excuses. So they said lo Nanaimo Katana tabernacle if we knew how to fight, we would have come with you.

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This has been understood in several ways as well. First of all, that if we knew PETA, meaning if we knew how to fight, we would come with you. Secondly, that if we knew that there is really going to be a battle outside of the city, then we would have come with you. Meaning we didn't know that there was really going to be a battle. And we're not coming anymore. Whereas the fact is, that it was quite clear that the Muslims were going to participate in the battle.

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at the Battle of better what happened the Muslims didn't set out to fight the enemy. It was just by chance that the battle occurred

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13 has been set that low Nanaimo Katana tabernacle, that if we knew this to be pitiful, then we would have come with you. But the fact is that what you're going towards what you're heading towards is not be that this is cotton, meaning what you're heading into is not a battle, but rather This is suicide.

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Why are they saying that? Look at your numbers, and look at their numbers, look at your preparation, look at their preparation.

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So if you're going into such a battle, you're going to get yourselves killed. So we're not coming with you on this journey on this expedition.

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Lo nairaland will pick that and let the barnacle

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What does Allah say? Whom Lil kufri or even a Cora woman whom leave

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home the meaning than when

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they were little kufri to the cover, meaning elanco to disbelief. Yama, even on that day, which day, the day that the two armies met the day of or heard

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on that day, they were to go for a crucible, closer.

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Acropolis from core meaning they were closer to confer on that day men home than them meaning than the believers lil Eman, do the email.

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In other words, they were closer to disbelief on that day, then, amen.

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Because up until that point, they had been outwardly revealing, amen.

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They had been outwardly revealing Islam. But when they refuse to go with the Muslims, when they refuse to stay with the Prophet, sort of notice what happened. There, it became evident,

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it became evident. So home Lil cofely, oma, in Accra woman, home, Lin

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yaku, Luna, they were saying, we have working him by their mouth, man, they said, you can obey Him what was not actually in their hearts. They were saying, from their tongues, from their mouth, what was not actually in their hearts. And this is the trade of the hypocrite. What contradiction between the heart and the tongue,

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whatever are the same, which was not actually in their hearts. First of all, the excuse that they made, we don't know how to fight. Whereas in their hearts, it was actually something else was actually another reason as to why they weren't coming along.

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Similarly, it has been said that your Karuna we fly him and he said you couldn't be him. They were saying with their mouths, that they were Muslims, that they were along with the Muslims, they had sided with the Muslims that were supporting the Muslims. malissa view could have been what is not actually in their hearts, meaning they were only pretending to be supporters of the Muslims, whereas actually in their hearts they were enemies to Islam. Well, low RLM will be my actor mode, and allies most knowing of whatever they conceal. What were they concealing hypocrisy?

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What is this? I show

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What is IoT is

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that a person who makes excuses for not practicing the thing? Or for not working for the team? What is he doing? He is showing his hypocrisy.

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A person who presents excuses false excuses, not genuine but false excuses for not working for the dean, or for not practicing the dean, what is he showing his hypocrisy? So, for example, a woman, she does not wear the hijab, and instead of acknowledging the fact that she's doing something wrong, what did you say? Well, there's no hijab in Islam. This is just something in the Arab culture. Where is it mentioned the Quran it's not mentioned the Quran, whereas clearly it's mentioned. Similarly, the hypocrites What did they do? They said, We don't know how to fight, whereas actually they knew how to fight.

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So when a person presents false excuses, lame excuses, do not practice to the end do not support the team do not work for the then actually is showing the foul. There is no Falcon side that is preventing him from going further.

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Although we see that Allah subhanaw taala he exposes the true believers and he exposes those people who have lived through difficult situations.

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And Medina cannoli whiny him. Those who said about their brothers who, who does Alina refer to the hypocrites don't win African.

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They said Lee Kuan Yew him to their brothers.

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Lee Kuan Ium has been understood as about their brothers. First of all, that they said about their brothers which brothers in their NASA and these brothers, meaning they had died in the battle.

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As we learned earlier that about 66 on saw they were martyred in the Battle of boyhood.

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So these hypocrites they said about their brothers mean their brothers in NASA. What that low authority una merpati that had they obeyed us they would not have been killed.

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Remember that when are they going to be left with 300 people what happened to clients of the ocean featheredge. They also intended to leave in her motto if autonomy and tequila.

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Remember, they were about to leave as well. But in the loss of Panasonic give them confidence and the state along with the Prophet

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cereb the moment obey and his companions later on in Medina, out of sorrow out of regret for those people who had been killed, especially of the unsought especially those who belong to Elson has Raj. They said that have they obeyed us meaning had they come back with us? Had they stayed at home with us? They would not have been killed.

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Secondly, it has been said that alladhina kalu Lee Kuan Yew it means to their brothers which brothers meaning their brothers in nifa.

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So at home, they are discussing with one another they're talking to each other.

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So they said to their brothers work harder while they sat down. Corrado is from Luther discovering that are the means to set foot roots, the set sakara do they themselves set set where

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at home? It doesn't mean literally they were sitting on the ground. But what it means is that they stayed behind at home with an expression used for someone who is very lazy and doesn't do anything.

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You know a person who is very lazy, they're just sitting, they don't move. They don't get up there and walk about and a person who is active. What do they do? They don't sit

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like some people sometimes they're old. They're very ill. But because they're used to being very active, they cannot stay put. They cannot stay sitting. They have to move about. They have to walk about so accardo while they themselves stayed back at home. They didn't go forth for the battle. What do they say about their brothers? That lo of our owner had they obeyed us merpati do they would not have been killed?

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So in other words, they shouldn't have gone for the battle. Just like we didn't go.

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We didn't go our lives were saved. They went they got killed.

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We didn't go we're perfectly fine at home comfortable. Our children are happy. Houses nice and clean. Because we're at home. And those people who went look look at their children. Look at their houses. Solo Aruna makuti do What does Allah say? qualsafe and fusi Kumamoto in kuntum Salim? If you're truthful, then try to avert death from yourself. How long will you live? You're not gonna live forever. federa always from newsletters that are Hamzah. We did the word federal to visa earlier insulted bacara is

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when you killed a person and then federal to VA you argued with regard

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as to who the murderer was, and then the incident of the counter place.

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So, that literally is to avert it is to remove something harmful with full force. It is to push something away, to push something harmful away from oneself by full force. And then it data is to quarrel it is to disagree. Why? Because the person is pushing the blame away from him.

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Over here called federal meaning avert, push away, defend yourself from what elements in quantum silencing, if you're truthful, if you truthful, in what, in your claim that staying back will save you from dying,

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that staying back will keep you healthy, that staying back will keep everything fine for you.

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There are people who stay at home, and they still die.

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There are people who stay at home in their houses to get very dirty. There are people who stay at home until their children are very spoiled. So it's not necessary that when a person goes out in the way, but not only then he suffers loss, no. The person suffers loss even when at home. So why should a person stay back from increasing in his knowledge and the athleta because of the risk of what might happen, and that risk, a person could suffer even when he's not doing anything?

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It is said that many of the hypocrites who did not go to the battle ahead. They died in their own houses soon after this.

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So what do we learn from desire?

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We see that when the Prophet settled on a certain level when there was a lot of chaos. And the Muslims still were running away. It's still a Latin wound. And you wouldn't look back, I had him for Surya the ruco. So in that situation, what happened there were only a few companions who were trying to defend the prophets.

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And among them was also a woman.

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So sometimes we underestimate ourselves. And we think that we're not obligated to serve the team. As women. It's not our responsibility. It's not our obligation. It's the duty of the men. But don't underestimate yourself. Prepare yourself, because you don't know what of us may or may give you to defend his team to serve his the

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look at the difference that one woman made. At that time. She suffered so many wounds in defense of the Prophet survival center.

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What else do we learn?

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We learned that there are different ways through which people stop others from the wave of the sudden or intervene.

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And one of the ways is by discouraging people from going out in the way of a lot from learning from spreading the deen from making other people knowledgeable about the D discouraging them. So for instance, when the Sahaba went the non African they came back. And because of them, some people were about to lose their heart as well. And after the loss, what happened and when it when they're discussing that had they obeyed us they would not have suffered this loss. So one of the ways of stopping

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People from the way of Allah is by discouraging them by saying that look at me, I'm not doing anything and I'm fine. I'm living such a happy life. And you because you're going to school, because you're doing this. Look, your life is such a mess. No, it's possible that your life would be a mess otherwise as well. But again, remember that when you are working for the dean, you are serving the deen. You must not neglect other things as well. What is your obligation is your obligation you cannot escape that. And one more important lesson that we learned is that a lot of hands Allah bestowed a huge favor upon the believers when he sent among them a messenger

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and remember that the messengers, they don't leave behind the now in their home, what are they behind? knowledge, the so their heirs, the heirs of the messengers or who are Luma Aloma? What are they don't ambia they're the heirs of the prophets.

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So, for us, one of the best ways of following the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is in doing to our of the eye, in doing Ischia in giving the name of kita, in giving Colima hikmah.

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And we as women, there is something that is more relevant to us much easier for us compared to going for jihad. Right? And obviously, today's jihad is that of reason. And this is something that we need to focus on. Because you might wonder why is as I mentioned in the middle of either the Battle of word, because this is also something very important.

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What else do we like?

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Knowing that the Sahaba they had to give up their lives and their families for the sake of Allah, out of shame, we should do something as well. We should also give something to the deen of Allah. Look at how much they gave.

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And a person can come up with many, many excuses, but Allah knows what we are capable of doing.

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Like for instance, the person can say you can make excuses. I cannot come to school every day because of such and such reason. I cannot memorize a lesson because such and such reason and they could be excuses. But a person should be careful that whatever excuse I'm making a lot knows the reality. Allah knows the reality. I can tell my friend and she won't say anything to me again. She won't tell me when to come to school. I can tell my group in charge that I cannot do this anymore and she won't say anything to me ever again. But Allah knows my reality. At the end of the day, I'm accountable to Allah

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and whom the raw data that people who provided one Allah they have done a jet and they aspire for more than a jet. But the hypocrites when they see that somebody has gained that the Raja Sal hamdulillah I am saved.

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Lo Aruna, Makati Lu, because the focus of the hypocrite is not the Akira. It's the benefit of this dunya.

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And whatever is written for us is written for us we cannot avert it from US Federal want to see Commonwealth in goodness it you cannot avert that you cannot avert anything harmful from yourself. Whatever is decreed is decreed it is going to come. So isn't it better it comes in the way of Allah.

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And we need to take a step and do something for the sake of Allah for the deen of Allah to get the help of a Muslim.

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If you take a step, then Allah will take 10 steps towards

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and despite the fact that the hypocrites concealed in their hearts, their true feelings Allah subhanaw taala reveals them. And their reality was known by the fact that they stayed behind from the Battle of awkward.

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So sometimes we might conceal feelings in our hearts, we might hide them. But Allah subhanaw taala can make them known to other people.

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And that is a greatest humiliation insult in this dunya. And ultimately I feel

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if you look at verse 164, we've talked about that there's four things that if a nation knows them, or if a nation has the knowledge of them, then they will be successful. And they are yet to New Orleans. It was a key Marlene homolka when Heckman and I don't know if any of you realize this or not, but our syllabus is based on this verse. And so all the subjects that we teach in this course, they're equally important for us to be successful. And so you have to attend all your classes and make sure that you take full benefit from them. Because if you don't if you're missing even one part, then you're missing out on the four subjects of success. It is very true because sometimes we

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only focus on what we like what we enjoy what is maybe new to us, and we don't give much importance to the other subjects but all of them are important.

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Let's listen to the recitation of these verses from the beginning.

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subhanak aloha mubychem, deca Misha they were led into the stuff Luca wanted to be a Santa Monica

Al-Imran 156-168 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 164-168

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