Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L054B

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An-Nisa 1-6 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 1

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their head over him.

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That's the number 54 sora to Nisa, io one to six.

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Certainly, sir, is another nice

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just like a little avocado. And sort of earlier in one we're also met denisovans. And as you know that mother nice auras are those who those that were revealed after the prophets are allowed to sort of get hegira from Mecca to Medina

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and Medina Sora is a surah which is not necessarily revealed in Medina, it could be revealed outside of Medina. However, it is determined by the error by the time period that if it was revealed after Hitler, then it is Mr. De sola and if it was revealed before Hitler, then it is Mr. Kissel

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motley Solas. As you may have understood, after studying a little darker into the earlier one, they have long irons, they have long races, and in modern uses, they adapt the proper etiquettes the proper manners as well as the commands they are mentioned. With regards to social affairs with regards to social matters, all of them are mentioned in the madness orders. And generally, the address in the madness was is to the believers in particular. Why? Because after the Prophet sallallahu wasallam migrated from Mecca to Medina What happened? The Islamic State was established. And over there people needed to know as to how to practice their Deen.

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And for that reason, they were told about the edad about the outcome with regard to Social Affairs. And because mainly the people were believers, therefore, you will find Yeah, you handed in Amano as an address that is very common in the Medina service. However, yeah, are you Hannah's also appears.

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As for sort of Vanessa Arusha around her, she said that this sort of was revealed when she went to the house of the Prophet sort of longer center. Meaning when she was married to the prophets, a lot of sedimentary moved to his house. And she went to the profit sort of artisans house eight months after the migration after the hedger. So when was the sort of revealed

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eight months after the hit very soon after the hit on

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this a lot. So rotten Lisa is also called similar to the other one. What does it mean,

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justice? And what does Rama mean, mercy? And what's the other name? And Missa? Why? Because Missa generally, they're deprived of their rights. So the rights of the week, which include the women, as well as an orphan children, they are clearly mentioned in this order.

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Even our best will they learn who said, that asked me anything about pseudo tomasa asked me anything about autism? And I will answer you about it

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with any word, and you would like to understand if it's any ruling, and you would like to understand, asked me, I can tell you. And he said that I studied the surah when I was still young,

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just as a child, when he memorizes something in his childhood, what happens? It is engraved in his memory, and he remembers it really well. Similarly, even our best for the learn who he studied the surah. He memorized it, he understood it, he learned it when he was still very young, which is why his understanding of the surah was very strong. And unfortunately, we think that our children, they're too young to understand.

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They're too young to read the Quran. They're too young to learn the Quran. Whereas the fact is, that if they can learn mathematics, when they're very young, if they can learn big words reading, then why can they not learn the Quran?

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If they can learn these complicated games as to how to play them, which don't make sense to us many times, but they can learn them they fully understand them, they're so involved in them, then why do we think that they cannot understand the clock, they can, we just need to teach the Quran to them in the proper way.

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The soil, certain design is named Anissa. Because of the many commands and issues pertaining to women that are mentioned in this role. As you must be aware, that the solar begins with the mention of the beginning of the creation of the human beings, that Hanako may not have seen Whitehead, that almost panatela created all of you from human beings, from where the human beings were originated and came into existence. And as we know that Adam or he said I was created and from him how work was created his wife.

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So a woman is mentioned right at the beginning of the sort of and after that, the other hand, the blood relations are mentioned and what is related to nikka is mentioned that when a person marries he has to give a hug to the wife.

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So the hammer mentioned the blood ties are mentioned as well as issues pertaining to nikka. I mentioned that just as the blood ties they join people

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They establish relationships between people. Similarly nica also establishes relationships between people. And what is the main link? The woman the main link is the woman

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and at the end of the sorta again, issues pertaining to marriage inheritance I mentioned

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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Yeah you have nurse, all mankind or people it Sakuraba calm fear your Lord

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and Lady Hanako me Neff Singh wahida, who created you from one soul? Well hello come in has outer hair and created from it. It's made well by Salman humanity, gel and Catherine when he says and disperse from both of them, many men and women.

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What the cola lady Luna de Waal or ham and fear Allah through whom you ask one another, and the wounds in the LA Cana la cumbre Kiva, Indeed, Allah is Ever over you and observer. Yeah, a yohannes omenka

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Yeah, you have is a harmony there. And yeah, Uranus is in a desert meaning it is a call, all of mankind are being called all of mankind are being addressed. All people, all mankind. Some have said that Yeah, you have NASA over you refers to only those people present at the time of the Prophet sort of autism. However, this meaning is limited. The appropriate meaning is that Yeah, a human nurse refers to all people, whether they are men, women, children, old or young, whatever their ages, whatever their gender is, all people are being addressed. Because the designer, the messenger ship of the profits are a lot of sudden was not just limited to the people of his time, but rather

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it was for all of mankind. It was General.

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So yeah, are you Hannah's all people, all mankind each and every single human being is being addressed.

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And what is being said it Dakota back home, fear your Lord, fear Europe have the core of Europe. It Taku from wickwire, which is to take a shield and taqwa is to take a shield from the punishment of Allah. It is to protect oneself from the anger of Allah from the punishment of Allah. And how does a person do that? by executing the commands of Allah by following the commands of Allah and refraining, staying away from the prohibitions? Because if a person does not obey Allah, then what is he inviting the punishment of Allah

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and if a person does that which Allah has forbidden, then again he is inviting the punishment of Allah. So taqwa is to take a shield from the anger of Allah from the punishment of Allah. So it Dakota Baku, fear Europe, who is

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the creator, Malik, the master, the owner, and the mood of the planet. That was the provider. So fear who Rob Bakun, your Rob, fear him Why, because he is Europe. He is the one who created you. He is your master, he is your owner, and he is the one who provides you everything. Why should you not fear him? Why should you not obey Him? Why should you not do what he wants you to do when he is the one who created you? It Dakota backhoe

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and as for having taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala. In this context, in particular, it is said that it means that worship Him alone because all of mankind are being addressed. The believers Yes, they worship Allah subhanaw taala alone. But when yeah you harness has been said, then what does this mean? That all of you should worship only Allah

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fear him And out of that fear only worship Him. Secondly, it has been said that at the core of what this means is that abide by his injunctions follow His commands. Because in this surah many commands have been given pertaining to social life, the hukou, the rights of the women, the rights of the orphans, all of them are mentioned over here. The laws of inheritance even they're mentioned in this order.

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And many times because of culture, or because of tradition, people neglect the commands of Allah.

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They say that no, this is not our tradition. It may be a part of Islam, but we're not gonna follow it. We don't do this generally. This is not our custom. This is not our practice. What does Allah say? fear your Lord.

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And out of that fear, follow his comments. abide by his instructions. Because remember, the return to your Lord, you're not here in this dunya forever. Eventually, you're going back to him for his

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accountability. We see that at the beginning of sort of Al Baqarah, we learned that he Calcutta, Abu Dhabi, Buffy, this is a book in which there is no doubt and it is who then a guidance for rule lilmar 13 for those people who have done

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so taco was mentioned at the beginning of slaughter.

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And it was mentioned many, many times throughout the surah.

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And in sort of alien Milan as well it was mentioned many times and at the end in particular, this would have concluded with what the called La la la come to for whom fear Allah so that you may be successful. And now again over here at the beginning of surah, An Nisa The court is mentioned.

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What does it show to us that without the court, a person cannot receive guidance, without the court, a person cannot benefit from hidayah he cannot follow the commands of Allah subhanaw taala he cannot refrain from disobedience to Allah. He cannot itakura Bochum, fear your Lord, fear his punishment, and do what he has commanded you to do.

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Because he is a lady, the one who, meaning he is the same one who has overcome He created you. Fear your Lord, who is your Lord? Who is your, the same one who has the same one who created you. So the one who has created you? Doesn't he deserve to be obeyed? Doesn't he deserve to be worshipped?

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If he has given you everything that you have, how can you disobey Him? What gives you the right to disobey Him? When you were nothing you didn't exist? He is the one who brought you into existence. And now that you've come into existence, you think that you don't need the commands of Allah. You don't need Allah.

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It Sakuraba calm and Larry Hanako How did he create all of you may know Seema Haider from one soul from a single soul. Neff sin, as you know, means the room. enough's also applies to the room and the bedroom together. It applies to the soul as well as the combination of the soul and body. So he created you from one knifes left sin we're headed in single oneness, meaning from one source from the same origin. All of you human beings were brought into existence from who who is your origin, one human being one person, one knifes and who was that one nups. Adam, our guest today, Abu Bashar

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whom Allah subhanaw taala created with his own hands with his own blood hands.

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And Allah subhanaw taala gave him knowledge. And he established his supremacy over the angels as well.

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So he created you from a single so

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wahala and he created minha from it, from what? From nipsey wahida. He created from that nipsey wahida zoologia hair, it's fair, it spells. The words out, as you know is useful. One of the words only applies to wife and it also applies to husband. It applies to male and also female. Basically, do Bart's that together form a pair? in living beings, it refers to male and female, husband and wife and anon living beings, what does it refer to do things that complement each other, that together make a pair like for example, a pair of socks. So hello, come in has OSHA overhears out who was his OSHA, I didn't really set him. However, over here, loss of data says that he created her

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from whoo minha meaning from the nuptse wahida from Adam Addison.

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We don't know how what was created from Adam or the asylums left from his back while he was sleeping. And when other medicine woke up, and he saw her work. He liked her and had affection for her. And she felt the same toward him as well. We learned from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the woman was created from red. The woman was created from what? From the red. Verily, the most curved portion of the rib is its upper part because it's bent. So if you should try to straighten it, what's gonna happen, you will break it. But if you leave it as it is, it will remain crooked, meaning you cannot fix it. What does this mean that women are inherently bad? What

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does this mean? This means that women are women. Don't try to make them into something different. Leave them as they are. Don't force them. Leave a woman as she is don't try to make her into a man. She has her own habits her behavior is different.

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Because she is different, therefore she needs to be treated in an appropriate way as well. Something very beautiful. I read once that the woman was made from the rape of a man, she was not created from his head to top him, nor from his feet to be stepped upon. She was made from his side to be close to him, from beneath his arm to be protected by him and near his heart to be locked away.

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Depends on how you look at it. Some people look at this in a very negative sense. created from the rib and the head, he says that the rib is the curved portion of the body and the most curved part is the top part. And if you try to straighten it, you're going to break it. What that means is that don't try to change or don't try to force her lever as she is wahala Caminha Xhosa, he created her word from Adam and hustler. And then what does that mean human and he spread from them to Bertha, from the roof letters back, sir, sir. But say boo is to spread and scatter. It is to spread and scattered. It is basically parts of something that are scattered, that are spread.

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So bathroom in Homer, he's spread from the two from who to Adam and Howard. Meaning he created and dispersed, he created and multiplied and spread into the different corners of the earth. who rejected and Catherine when he said, many men, and also women. So from other men, however, he created many men and women, and he didn't just create them, but rather, he spread them, he multiplied them, he scattered them, he dispersed them all across the earth, in different different parts of the year. So we see that human beings, they're not just limited to one continent or one area, but rather, every piece of land has some human being living on it.

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Which is why people have developed different cultures, different traditions, different languages, different habits. All of this is because human beings were spread all over the globe. Well Botham in Houma region, Kathy one, one is,

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over here, men and women are mentioned that regem Cathedral many, many men when he said and women as well. dejenne is a plural of Roger, and valueless man, and the word Nyssa is the plural of nisswa. However, the word nisswa is also not singular, that is also plural. The fact is that there is no singular form for the witnesses. There is no singular form for the witness that if you wish to refer to just one woman, you will say in law, or some other words, there is no singular form for the witness. And so he created and he spread from the two of them, many men and also in the German Catherine when you said

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what Tacoma and fear Allah, the command of the Corps has been mentioned for the second time. That what Tacoma and fear of love again, why, for the purpose of emphasis,

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and also to show that the first time the call was mentioned, what was the meaning over there that fear Allah and worship Him alone.

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Fear Allah and follow the commands that he's giving you.

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And over here when Allah says what up Allah and fear Allah, meaning fear Allah, so that your religious and your worldly affairs are rectified?

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fear him so that you can see the benefit of fearing him.

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You can see the benefit of obeying Him or following his comments

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what takala and fear of law

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ality The one who does Luna vision, you will ask one another by him the meaning by his name by his name, you demand from one another, you ask one another. So, Fear Allah, Who is Allah? The same one by whom you ask one another. The Sir aluna is from seen Hamza land from the word su n. And so, Alice to question and the third one is to ask one another, it is to demand something from one another. It is when two parties are demanding from each other. That one says give me this and the other side Give me that. So both are demanding from one another.

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What does it mean by this this aluna B. You demand one another by his name by mentioning his name. What do you demand from one another? What do you ask from one another by mentioning his name.

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This has been understood as first of all that in his name or by his name you make

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promises with one another, and you seek each other's affection. As you know that this eye is red, at what occasion in German football, as well as for putnika.

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It is also recited at the hotel of Nika at the time of nica,

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what happens at that time, or afterwards, at that time people make promises that the man says, I accept you as your wife, the wife says, I accept you as my husband. And with that they're making promises that I will be faithful to you, I will be obedient to you. The wife says, the husband takes responsibility by giving them a home that he is going to look after her. He is going to manage your affairs, he is going to protect her. So at the time of nica, people make promises there's a contract that has been made. So over here, Allah says, fear him by whose name you're making promises. fear him by whose name you're making promises, by taking his name you seek one another's affection.

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Secondly, it has been said that the aluna What this means is that by whose name you claim your rights from one another, by mentioning his name, what do you do? You demand you claim your rights from one another. So for instance, a person would say, Luca Villa, I asked you by Allah, that you give me my right, as a Luca Villa, that you don't hurt me, as Luca Bella. So people would take the name of Allah and by taking the name of Allah, they would demand the right from the other person. Why? Why does the person do that? Why would he mentioned the name of Allah? To make the other person fear Allah, that I'm asking you by the name of Allah, I mentioned the name of Allah. And for his

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sake, give me my right. Because if you don't, he is going to question you.

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So over here, all of the people that are being addressed that fear of law by whose name you demand your rights from one another, fear him as well.

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Now, as I mentioned over here, because it is only the clerk, it is only because of the court that a person is careful with regards to giving the others rights. If you think of a woman and a man who gets married, it's possible that the woman says, I don't like it after the marriage, or I am an individual, and I don't need to respect him. And I can speak to him however, I wish, or similarly demand says, This is my money, and I don't have to give it to her. It's my choice. If I don't give it to her. It's my choice. It's mine. Why should I have to give it to her? Why should somebody else have to decide as to who I should give my money to? I want to spend it all myself? What is it that

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makes them in spend his hard earned money on his way? What is it? It's the fear of Allah. It's the love. But sometimes, even though the man may not love his wife as much, it's what? It's the fear of Allah, that this is my responsibility. Similarly, the wife, sometimes she doesn't wish to obey her husband. Sometimes she doesn't wish to respect her husband. Sometimes she wishes to just shout at him and scream at him and give it to him. But what is it that stops her fear of Allah? So, fear of love because without the fear of Allah, you cannot give each other the rights you cannot be faithful to one another. You cannot give the help of each other. What the colada lady does a Luna be one or

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hammer and the wounds are how does the Florida Rahim? What is it the plural of Rahim? And Rahim is the womb and what happens in the womb. That's where the fetus grows. That's where the baby grows. And the womb is symbolic. It is figuratively used for the ties of kinship, blood ties, because just as the child that is inside of the mother, they share the same blood and the child he shares his blood with who else his father as well. All the siblings, they share the same blood they shared with who else with their grandparents with their relatives. So raha means womb, but this is symbolic for ties of kinship for blood relationships, whether they are maternal or paternal

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blood relationships, guys of kinship, whether they are maternal or paternal, whether they are maharam or non my home. What does it mean by that? Muslim or non Muslim? For instance, your male cousin, your paternal uncle, son, he's not your mom. So you're supposed to work it out in front of him as well. So your paternal cousin is not your mom. However, you share the same blood he has whose blood, his father's blood, you have your father's blood, both of them are from the same line. So it applies to ties of kinship, maternal or paternal Muslim or non Muslim and whether these relatives are Muslim

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or not, whether they're believers or not. This is what the word of ham applies to. Now over here, law says, Well, our hammer, and the wombs meaning and the ties of kinship, and the relationships and the blood ties. What does it mean by this and the blood ties? You see the footer at the end of the word on me a hammer? What does it mean by that?

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That the word is muscle, it's an object, something on which an action is being done. And if you go back a few words, what do you read? What the law what the coup and fear? Who, Allah, Who is Allah,

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and let it be, by whose name you demand your rights from one another. And the second object of it the who is what?

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that also fear. Also be careful about the ohana.

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So first of all, fear Who? Allah. Secondly, fear what of her doesn't mean fear the other hand fear your blood relatives know, what it means is that Be careful with regards to them as well. Be careful with regards to maintaining blood ties, lest you sever them, lest you neglect their who neglect the rights of the blood relatives. For instance, a person's mother, the person's father, siblings, children, all of them have rights upon him. So over here, Allah says, Fear Allah, and also be fearful concerning the other hand, also be fearful, concerning the other hand, lest you sever them, lest you neglect their hukou, their rights. And we can also understand this as that fear of law in

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regard to relations of kinship.

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Secondly, it has been said that while our hammer, as you know that there are different recitations of the Quran, so a hammer has been read as well of harmony. In another recitation. Another recitation will or hammer has been read as well of help me with a casula under the knee. What does that mean? That the word is mudrooms? That it's taking the effect of health, Jeff? Now, what's the health job before it? b? What does B do? b gives a job meaning it gives a customer to the word following it. There are some words in the Arabic language. And what they do is that the noun that comes after them, they give them a customer, because you might have seen that sometimes you see a

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law who with a dometic and sometimes they have long hair with a fat head end. And then you read Allah He, like Bismillah he Bismillah he, why is it Bismillah he, because of the V at the beginning? So over here, one of hammy Why is it

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because of the beat because of the bat, that is half junk, and it gives a cuss word to the noun that comes after it.

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And because the same reason he is he and not who sometimes you may wonder, that how can this it? Sometimes it's like men who or LA he believed. So sometimes it changes. So be he also one of the reasons is that B is

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so be he won or ham. So what does it mean by will or ham, that this is connected with aluna V, meaning Casa Luna V will be

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that fear of law by whose name you demand rights from one another. And by the name of the ham also, you demand rights from one another.

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The Arabs, they had this tradition, that if they demanded a right from someone they would say, as Allah Kabila, I asked you by Allah, give me my right. And sometimes they would say that as a Luca, be only by your mother or by your father, like we say, for the sake of your mother, for the sake of your father, for the sake of your family, for the sake of your country. So similarly, they would say, for the sake of some blood relative, give me my right.

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thigh. For instance, people say today that, for example, your mother says to I'm telling you because you're my daughter, I have a right to tell you. I have a right to tell you, I'm telling you because you're my daughter.

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So similarly, they would say that I'm asking you by the name of Allah, and by the name of such and such relationship that exists between us. Many of you might be unfamiliar with this. However, in some cultures, it is still practiced. That for the sake of your mother, for the sake of your father, don't say this. Don't do that for the sake of your family, for the sake of the respect of your family. Now

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When it comes to demanding your right from someone by mentioning the name of Allah, that is something good, that is something permissible. Why? Because you're reminding the other about fear of almost a penalty.

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You're telling them to fear a line out of that fear they should do what is correct. But when it comes to reminding the other by swearing by one's family member or one's blood relationship, that is something that is not permissible.

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Because one is only allowed to swear by who have lost

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and not people. You cannot say that I swear by my mother, I did such and such Are you better give this to me? No, this is not permissible. This is not correct.

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So what the Hola, hola de Luna, Biggie will or have fear Allah, by whose name you demand rights from one another, and also fear him with regards to or ham.

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Or what's the second meaning?

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That fear Allah, by whose name you demand rights from one another. And by mentioning the ham also, you demand rights from one another?

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In Allaha, Indeed, Allah ganar la cumbre Kiba he is ever over all of you, he is Rocky. He is one who constantly watches he is an observer over all of you thought canon from Caffe well known canon literally means he was

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What does kind of mean he was or it was and he akuna What does he mean? He is or it is. So Canada is for Festus. However, when the word Canada is used in conjunction with the names of a loss panda like over here can or la cumbre. In a la Cana Samira mostly don't or other attributes, other names of Allah sometimes out are mentioned in this way that Canada is mentioned, then Canada does not give the meaning of past tense, but rather, it gives the meaning of ever it expresses the continuation of the action of the trade, or the permanence of the trade that he was, is and will be, meaning he is ever in all states in all circumstances in every situation all the time, in the past, in the present

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and always in the future, can really complicate it.

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So understand the meaning of Canada, it doesn't mean only in the past, he was. But when this word is used with the names of a loss of panel data, it gives a meaning of the permanence of the attribute of

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the permanence the continuation of the attribute of a lot that is mentioned. Over here, the attribute or the name that is mentioned is Rocky. And who is Rocky? observer, one who watches it from the newsletters raw cough,

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raw cough bat.

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And it is derived from the word record for this nakagami. neck.

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So Rafi literally mean, one who keeps the other's neck under his observation.

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One who watches the neck of the other? What does it mean?

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close observation that just imagine if you're watching someone, and you're just making sure that you know the color of the clothes that they're wearing in a gathering. For example, the child is wearing a red t shirt. He's wearing a yellow t shirt. What are you going to do? Every now and then you're going to look all across and you're going to see Okay, do I see the yellow t shirt on? I see it Okay, easier. I don't see it, then you become alert. Where did he go? But how are you keeping an eye on the child just by checking the color of the T shirt. And you're not constantly observing. You just check it every now and then. But if you are observing the neck of the other, what does it mean?

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That you're literally following them.

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And because you're following them, nothing of their actions or their statements is hidden from you. Nothing of their actions or their statements or their whereabouts are hidden from you.

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So the key literally is half is one who watches one who guards from whom nothing is hidden. Half is from whom nothing is hidden.

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This is why the word appeal applies to one who is alert and vigilant himself in his very alert himself.

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Because if you are not alert then you're gonna lose the person. So one was very alert and vigilant himself and he also observes other so this is the literal meaning of the word Okay.

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Now when Allah says that in the law cannot equal the fever, what does it mean?

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That Allah is always watching you. Never for a moment, are you hidden from me? Nothing of your life, no aspect of your life.

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is hidden from him. Whether you're dealing with people, or you're worshiping a loss, whether it's the middle of the day, or the middle of the night, whether it is at home, or out somewhere in the city, no matter where you are, no matter what state you're in, no matter what action you're doing, inilah can always he is upon you repeat, meaning he is constantly watching. So he is constantly watching and observing you. None of your actions are hidden from him. And he observes all of your actions and as a result, he will also recompense you for them.

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As we learned that will last who are their coalition Shaheed allies, the witness over everything.

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Over here, the ayah ends with interlocken aliko. Cleaver as a warning against disobeying almost

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at the beginning of the as what was said, Yeah, you harness it the

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fear, you're annoyed, and out of that fear, do what he's commanding you to do. And at the end, a warning is being given in the LA Cana la community, but never for a moment are you hitting from Allah, no matter what you're doing, no matter where you are, Allah is watching you, and you're going back to him, and he will recommend you accordingly.

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So what do we learn from this? Ayah?

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Now that you understand the meaning of the ayah, what do we learn?

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We say that in this ayah, the creation of the human beings, as mentioned,

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that all of mankind is one big family.

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Yeah, you had NES, and NES all of you are the same all of your people. It hasn't been said all Pakistanis. And all Somalis I know this, I know that no, one word has been used, and NES. Why? Because all of you are one big family. All of you are one big family. And what's your origin nevsun wahida oneness. And this big family is further divided into small family units.

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And these small family units are established by what by nikka by marriage, and the bigger family cannot be fixed, it cannot be rectified unless and until the smaller family units are rectified. Which is why the court has been mentioned that fear of law, Fear Allah and obey his commands. So we see in this ayah, that first of all, Allah Subhana Allah commands all people to fear him. So first, we learn about the obligation upon all people to fear Allah,

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the obligation upon all people to fear almost.

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It's not just an obligation on those people who study the honor those people who teach the piano, those people who wear the hijab, know, every person, every human being is supposed to fear Allah is obligated to fear.

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It's not determined by the piety of a person, by the righteousness of a person because many times we say that, you know, you're the student of the Quran. So maybe you shouldn't go here. Maybe you shouldn't do this, maybe you shouldn't say this. No, every person, no matter who he or she is, is obligated with this, they must fear of law.

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Secondly, we learned that all of the human beings were created from nothing wider, and that nothing why there was

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a human being. This negates the assumption of some people, that human beings have descended from apes. And if somebody says that human beings have evolved, they have descended from apes, and what does it show? The fact that they have a monkey brain? The fact that they're not using their mind?

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If you're claiming that you have descended from an ape? What are you saying? You're an IT, you have the characteristics of an IP of a monkey, which is why probably you're saying that. So first of all, this negates that human beings have evolved from some other creation, no, what does Allah say Hanako may not have seen wahida. So all of the human beings have been created from human beings.

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Another thing that we learned from this ayah is the big blessing of Allah subhanaw taala that he created the spouse or the Zodiac from the human beings as well.

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Meaning the spouses are also of the same species are also the same guy. Because if the spouse of the human beings was of a different species, then what would happen? What would happen? Just imagine if human beings were all men, and in order to have children, they would have to marry some other kind of species, jinn or some animal or some alien, what would happen? Would they have any interest? Would they have any information? No, there would be fear.

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So it's a huge blessing of Allah subhanaw taala that Allah subhanaw taala has created myths has created spouses.

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For the human beings of their kind of the same type, because this leads to affection between the spouses, this leads to care and affection and love between the husband and wife.

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Also we learned that a loss of power that is said, that he has created out of you from Neptune, where hidden will come in her zone.

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zone and zone in living beings is who one is male and the other is female. What does it show that a normal couple, a normal couple is what? Male and female, not male and male, not female and female. It's not same gender.

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A normal couple is a couple that can reproduce, that can have children, because we're both the men who man and he's spread from them too.

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So soldier or as wedge are who male and female men and women

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ultimately learn from this I about the miracle of the creation of the human beings. That if you look at it just Adam really said, I've never seen my head once or hulkamania soldier, the zone was created from Epson wahida. And then what that's the men who marry Jan and Kathy, Ronnie Sarah,

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one man from him, his wife, and from the two of them, millions and millions of human beings. Isn't that a miracle? Isn't that amazing? That one grew into so many. One grew into so many robots. I mean, who Mary Jane and Catherine. One is.

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Just imagine if other medicine were to see all of his children.

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Like we learned that administration was seeing that he would look to his right and he would be very happy, but he would see all of his children who are going to gym, and when he would look to the left, he would weep because he would see those people who are going to end up in hellfire.

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Also, we see that all of the human beings because they have the same origin, never seen Whitehead, what does it mean? that all of them are equal. All of them are the same.

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No race, no color, no ethnicity is better than the other has supremacy over the other.

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A white person does not have superiority over a black person. An Arab does not have superiority over non Arabs, except only if a person has

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in a coma coma in the law here at koco.

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Also, we see the taco has been mentioned twice in this ayah What does it show the importance of the

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auto we see that the sound Villa meaning demanding rights from each other by mentioning the name of a loss of titles is something that is correct is something that is permissible. However, demanding each other's rights by mentioning the or ham by swearing by the hand that is not permissible.

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A person might say but this is mentioned in the Quran. Well how can you say it's not permissible if it's mentioned in the Quran? Why is it mentioned?

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Because this was the tradition this was the custom of the Arabs in Jamelia. So it isn't the people that are being told that you swear by these are ham and still unit let their hook you swear by them and still you neglect their rights. What is this? also missing from this ayah the obligation the necessity of respecting of maintaining the blood ties the relationships because what the hola hola de de Luna de Waal our hammer. What's the first meaning of all our hammer? That also fear of loss Pandora concerning the or ham. So what does it mean? That it's an obligation upon people to maintain blood ties to respect the blood ties that our last panel data has established? Because many times

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people are negligent towards blood relationships towards their relatives. We don't want to have the set as mentioned in Bukhari and Muslim.

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You voted on him, he reported that and then set to the profit sort of under someone direct me to a deed which may admit me to agenda.

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instruct me about an action which may lead me to paradise. Upon this, the prophets of Allah said himself, worship Allah and never associate anything with him in worship, with the coma,

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established further is occur and strengthen the ties of kinship, notice, strengthen, not just maintain, but what strengthen because this is a deed that is going to lead you to gender.

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Because what did he ask directly to a deed which may admit me to gender? What was it all

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establish the hate worship only Allah performed for our animals along with them, strengthen the blood relationships.

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Also, we've learned from this is about the warning against opposing the commendable loss

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warning against opposing the commands of Allah. Because Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned his name Rocky, the interlock and alikhan rocky but Allah is an observer over all of you. So if you disobey Him, if you don't bother about observing his comments, if you neglect them, whether it is commands pertaining to rabada or it is commands pertaining to hoopoe color bad the rights of the people, then fear Him, then there's severe warning against such a person

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or station

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bismil you

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if you look at it many times, why do people have problems in their married life, or in their family life with their relatives? What's the reason, neglect of rights or thinking oneself to be better than the other? My family or my children are more beautiful compared to their children, we are more fair compared to them. We are more knowledgeable, we are more educated compared to them. But what is a lesson? First of all, Fear Allah, and do not neglect the rights of other people. And secondly, remember that all of you are the same, all of you are equal. All of you are from the same origin from the same source. So sometimes it is a lack of the fear of a loss of data that leads to neglect

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in giving the other their rights. And sometimes it's pride. It's arrogance that I am better than them. Why should I listen to my husband? or Why should I have to be kind to my wife, and it's amazing that this is read at what time, hope Botanica as well as the gym or whatever, because it's a weekly reminder.

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It's a weekly reminder because we need this reminder all the time.

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And at the time of marriage especially people need this reminder