Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L056B

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An-Nisa 15-25 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 15-18


AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the history and cultural implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, including disrespecting women and men, the need for witness testimony, and the use of fashion and clothing to describe culture. The speakers emphasize the importance of avoiding negative emotions and constantly evaluating one's actions to avoid future harm. They also touch on the topic of sexuality and the importance of deity deities, as well as the importance of understanding loss of human time and regret.
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I would be lying in the shape of a Jim Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

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lesson number 56 shorten this up if 15 to 25 130 Dina shadowman Nisa econ those who commit unlawful sexual intercourse of your women faster Shido la hiner Barton minco bring against them for witnesses from among you for in shahidul for mc cohoon nephele booty hot diet over 400 mode. And if they testify then confine the guilty women two houses until death take them, or, oh yeah, Gerardo Allahu Luna, Sabina, or Allah ordains for them another way.

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In the previous ayat, we learned that the unjust practices that prevailed in the Arab society before Islam were abolished, which practices such as depriving the heirs of their shares, depriving the women of the share of inheritance or depriving the orphans of their properties.

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So we learned about the abolishment of all of these unjust practices.

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In these if we will learn about some other evil practices that were prevalent in that society, and that they are being abolished. And the punishments for those crimes are being given over here.

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You see, again, there are some crimes, there are some things for which there is punishment in this world, shattering punishments. And there are some other crimes for which there aren't punishments in this world. But there are punishments in the ethical,

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or the punishments are ugly, in the sense that a person suffers from difficulty in his life or hardship in his life. Why,

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as a consequence of the wrong action that he has done.

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So if a person goes and consumes the property of an orphan, what's going to happen? Is there a legal punishment for that?

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No, there isn't.

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Similarly, at the occasion of the distribution of the estate, if one person deprives another of his share, is there a legal punishment for that? Not in this world, there is punishment in the accident. But there are some other crimes for which there is legal punishment, even in the lunia. These crimes are not mentioned.

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And unfortunately, these crimes, they weren't just prevalent in that jehadi society, in that society of ignorance. However, these crimes, these vile practices are even prevalent today in many Muslim societies even. So, therefore, the punishment for these crimes has been given.

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What is the first crime

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one Natty and those women who

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and now it is the plural of allottee? And it is singular, and the plural for that is allottee. And what's the masculine? allele? And what's the plural of that? And Latina

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so allottee meaning those women who, which women yet Deena they come and remember that the word attack, what meaning does it give, to come and also to perform an action to do something? Yeah, for hoonah Bhima Otto, they rejoice over what they have come up with meaning over what they have committed.

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So yeah, Dena, meaning they commit What do they commit alpha heisha the indecency men Nyssa come from your women. What does that mean by your women, meaning from your Muslim women,

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a woman is a Muslim and she commits fashion.

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And this icon has also been understood as that your women, meaning a wife of a man.

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Now, what is fashion?

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fashion, as you know, is from New Tetris, for hashing. And for her she is something that is indecent, that is not acceptable. Something that is considered indecent in law, as well as culture. May you Staffordshire, Sharon, oh, are often that which is considered indecent wear, in law, as well as in culture.

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Which culture Muslim culture? Because it's possible that something is not considered fashion in decent another culture at all. It's considered Okay, it's considered perfectly fine. But you have to see if it is considered indecent in the Muslim culture.

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And by Muslim culture, I don't mean the culture of the present day Muslims or different types of Muslims, or any Islamic culture.

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And our furniture is used for a major sin as well.

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Because the major sin is indecent, killing someone associating

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parkins with the light, something that is indecent.

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And the word fascia also applies to those things which affect others. Because it doesn't just affect the center the perpetrator of the crime, but it also affects other people.

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Like, for instance, fashion towards getting someone to an A person killed another, he's not just harming himself, but he's actually harming other people.

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And fascia also includes those things that are of sexual nature.

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Like for example, Xena, adultery, fornication or for instance, homosexuality, this is what fashion

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so those women who commit fashion minister econ from your wives. Now what is this special referring to?

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This fashion has been understood in two ways. First of all, Xena those women who commit Zina women who are Muslim, but they commit Zina

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whether they are prostitutes, or they committed Zina when they're not actually prostitutes.

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Secondly, it has been said that this fashion refers to homosexuality. So lesbians.

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So when lathi tiene el Faro, a Shadow Minister.

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Now what's going to happen? A woman has committed Zina, or a woman has gone into prostitution, or a woman is with another woman doing that, which is how long?

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In this case? What does Allah say? Don't just accuser and Punisher, but rather, especially do I lay in then seek witnesses against them?

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First actually do is from sheen had that from the word Shahada. And what is your had me witness testimony. And if this had is tolerable Shahada, it is to seek witnesses vulnerable shadow IT IS to seek witnesses.

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So first actually do you should seek witnesses? Who is this command being given to

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first of all this command is being given to the judge or the earlier? The husbands or the guardians of both of these women?

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So for instance, a man says that my wife has committed dinner. So he has to produce who witnesses for witnesses,

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or a father, he thinks that his daughter committed dinner, what does he have to do? Bring four witnesses.

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Secondly, this command is to the hookah the judges,

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that if this case is brought to a judge, then he has to listen to four witnesses.

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So fast does she do Elena, seek witnesses upon them? How many witnesses

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are vitam income for among you?

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For witnesses among

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these four witnesses? Who are they

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are who can be these four witnesses?

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First of all, they have to be men and not women. What's the evidence for that?

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The evidence is that the word of it when you see it enter the tango Buta

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in Arabic language inshallah you will learn this there's other Mr dude what is are the

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and mardu is that which has been numbered that which has been counted.

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So for instance, you say six boys, five girls

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and remember that in Arabic language, each noun also has a gender

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each now has a gender either it will have a feminine gender or it will have a masculine gender. There is no it we only translated as it because it doesn't sound appropriate in our language. However, in the Arabic language is either masculine or feminine.

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Now, if the Mara Dude, what is the margin?

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That which is being numbered, that which has been counted,

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is masculine. So for instance, you're counting the number of boys, then the other that you're going to use for them is going to be feminine.

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If the dude is masculine, then the other has to be feminine. So for instance, a person says five boys, then the number five in Arabic languages has to be concept and not comes. It has to be home, sat down with a timer Buta and not comes.

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Like over here you have our bar with a timer booth at the end and not a bar.

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Similarly, it is bizarre to region, this art with the timer Buta at the end.

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And on the other hand, if you are counting women, something female then the other is going to be masculine.

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Then the art is going to be masking. So for instance, it is this region and it is discern Nisa, one is added, and the other is Mark, dude, what is are the number? What is mardu that which has been counted.

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If what you're counting the modules is masculine, you're counting the number of boys, then the other that you're going to use for them is going to be a feminine gender. So over here, you have men, which is why you're saying Oh, by 10 with a timer booth at the end, and timer booth at the end is a sign up feminine. You're not going to say, oh, Bart, what are you saying? Oh, by.

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Similarly, if you have rigid men, that is Mara, dude. And you have to use an artist for that. You will take this out to the demo booth at the end. And not this without a demo booth at the end.

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On the other hand, if the MAR dude is feminine, meaning you're counting women than the other that you're going to use for them is going to be masculine. You're going to say, a bar and not a bar.

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You're going to say this or own and not this attune. So over here, because of what our bar has been used, what does it show that the mardu the one was being counted as

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men, it's masculine, it's not female.

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So our bottom income, first of all, shows that the witnesses have to be male, they have to be men.

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Women cannot witness for this. Why do you think

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this is something that is very serious, a woman is being accused of Xena. And if she is proven guilty, then the punishment is going to be established on that. She is going to be punished for that. And there's something that's very serious, a woman is going to be punished and it's a serious punishment. It's not just being jailed for a few days. It's life imprisonment. And as we will learn later on that was abrogated by the ruling of either flogging or Rogen stoning. So there's something very serious. So women cannot witness for this. Why? for different reasons, there could be different wisdoms behind that.

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First of all, it has been said that women generally they tend to gossip more and discuss these things more,

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isn't it?

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You will find these issues of Xena of relationships in whose magazines, women's magazines, who will pick them up women's magazines.

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Men generally don't care about these things. If you look at the conversations that women have the conversations that men have women talk about affairs about love about relationships. And men, they're not that much concerned about that they are but not as much. So if women are more concerned about these things, and if they see if they hear incident that a woman is committing Zina, then it's possible that other women, they agree with them, although they haven't witnessed that action. And the lie concerning this, which is why we see so common that a woman hears one thing, she adds 10 more things. And she goes and spreads the whole story to her friends and puts it on Facebook and

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publicizes the entire story. So first of all, women are more you can say vulnerable when it comes to this, that they make up these things more, they discuss these things more, they can talk one another into these things more. Therefore, and because you need four witnesses, it's possible that four friends conference, okay, let's just say this, you my friend, right?

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So sometimes this happens within women. And more than this, it's possible that men can also do that. Men can also do the same thing, they can come up with a story, they can fabricate something and go and accuse a woman, they can do that as well. If you look at it, for a woman to go into court, and witness over this act, that I saw such and such with my own eyes. And remember that if a person is giving Shahada of this is taking a witness over this, then he's not gonna just gonna say that I saw the two of them together, they were holding hands. That means that it didn't before they have to know a person cannot say that we learn from the Hadith, that person has to clearly say that I

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actually saw them having sexual intercourse.

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Now for a woman to say this in a court, in public, with a woman be able to do that. Maybe she has a lot of guts. But it's going to be very difficult for a woman to speak like this, especially in front of other men, in front of the car in front of the judge. It's very difficult. So if the women have been told not to come and witness to this, why it is for the protection of the women, because women what suits them is higher, and it doesn't suit the woman to say such things in public. So therefore, it is only men who will witness over this. So first of all, the condition of these witnesses is that they have to be men.

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I can leave obviously before that is Muslim Muslim men, because it says our bottom income. So if Muslim men Thirdly, arkin meaning they have to be sane, sane man, fourthly, by past the age of puberty

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15, meaning they have to be free,

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then they have to be a mean meaning trustworthy, truthful. So our bottom income for witnesses among you.

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Now, will it be easy to produce for witnesses? This is something very difficult.

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Why is this been said, for the protection of the women?

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Because, unfortunately, in many Muslim societies, women are accused very easily, and the punishment is implemented upon them, although they're not proven guilty. There aren't any four witnesses present over there. No four witnesses come up to the court and say that, yes, they saw that act with their own eyes. No, they don't. So when Allah has had four witnesses, why that nobody can just come and stand up and say, I saw this woman committing Zina. My wife committed Zina, you just see a woman talking to someone and you think that she has committed in it? How can you say that she has not committed enough. You can only accuse her if you can produce four witnesses for ensure he do then if

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they bear witness, meaning four men come to the court and they say that they saw a woman committing Zina, then the woman is proven guilty.

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For mc kohana. And what's the punishment? That mc kohana You can find them?

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Um, sequence from the rotators, meme scene, cat, insect? And what does it mean? to hold on to something and to not let something go?

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So I'm siccola Phil booth in the house. booth is a torrent of bytes. So what does it mean that they will be kept in their houses? This has hubs built by

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this is like house arrest. And such a woman will not be allowed to leave the house to make sure other people but rather she's going to be under house arrest

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had their until yet a fair Hunan mode until that fully takes them meaning until they die. So what does it mean? life imprisonment until death?

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Oh yeah, you're on the love with the hoonah Sabina or Allah makes for them a way out a way out of what

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a way out of this life imprisonment.

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And what is it that allows a penalty later sent down the command the punishment with regards to the woman and the man who has committed Zina, which is in the case of a married woman is a virgin. And in the case of an unmarried woman is flogging. As we don't have to know is number two, a zania. Two was any federally to koloa him in Houma Miata jilda. The unmarried woman or unmarried man found guilty of sexual intercourse lash each one of them with 100 lashes.

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Even or Vaseline on who said the early ruling was confinement.

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What was the initial command confinement

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until Allah sent down solo to noon which abrogated that ruling with the ruling of flogging for fornication or stoning to death for adultery?

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So what do we learn from this is

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that a woman who commits sin and she is proven guilty.

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And it's not just in it, but it is prostitution as well, that a woman goes into prostitution. And what else?

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then in all of these cases, if the woman is proven guilty, then what was a punishment initially,

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that she is kept inside the house not allowed to go anywhere. Why? Because it's going out of the house in the first place, that has caused her to fall into this crime.

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If she will stay inside the house, then what's going to happen? She will not fall into this crime again. And also other people will not get influenced, because they will take a lesson

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will study the next idea and then we will discuss some of the issues because the next guy is related.

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One than any, and the to who

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and then he is the jewel of a lady. So Alavi singular and levani duo, and alladhina is floor.

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What's the feminine

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allottee? And what's the dual of that? A latini.

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And what's the plural allottee or Allah? He shall we will learn that as well.

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So wonder that he and the two who yet Danny Herman,

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The two who commit it among you who commit walk among you.

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Fisher, who does it refer to?

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First of all, it refers to the zanni and the zania,

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the male and the female adulterer, or fornicator,

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whether married or unmarried.

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The previous I mentioned about the punishment for the zania in particular, does any meaning the woman who commits in

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that she has to be house arrested.

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And this ayah tells us about what has to be done to the zanny. Because obviously, if you read the punishment for the woman who has committed to that, then what about the man who is committed to now what about his punishment?

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So, this I mentioned the punishment for the man who committed sin.

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And what is that?

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The punishment is different because the nature of men and women is different. What is the definition for the men inshallah we'll look at it.

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Second, it has been said that Allah Danny, over here refers to the two men, the feral and the maroon who, who are the homosexuals is? So Allah Danny, the tomb and the feral animal, what is the

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meaning both of the people who are involved in this act, we learn from a Hadith, the prophet or about a certain set, man or a two mu who Yama dromeda comi Lutheran faculty rule fer ala, Wilma, frugality, whoever you find committing the sin of the people of loot, then kill them, both the one who does it and the one to whom it is done.

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So Allah Danny, who does it refer to? First of all, does Annie and does Ania secondly, homosexual men,

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yet do the only home income who committed among you, yet the only meaning they commit the fashion? So what does the fashion refer to? In the first case, it refers to Xena and we learned in the Quran, Allah Subhana Allah says, well at Aqaba, Xena, in Canada, fisherton. Don't even go near as in a Why? Because Indeed, it is a fracture. It is an indecent act.

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Secondly, how over here the fascia, what does it refer to? As

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As we learned, so little out off, I number 80. will loop and if Connolly told me he added to an alpha, he showed me a sub kakum behind me and I had a minute I'll come in

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and look at his salon, when he said to his people, do you commit such immorality, as no one has preceded you wit from among the world's meaning nobody has ever committed this act before you, you're committing this act. So what is it sure that the people of Luth were the first ones to commit this act. This is not something that is in the genes of people in the nature of people No, just like there's always someone who commits a crime the first time. Similarly, this crime was committed the first time by who by the people of Lutheranism

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and it is said that the word homosexuality is a greater fissure compared to sin. It is a greater act of indecency compared to adultery or fornication.

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Why? Because if you look at these two is that I just quoted to you that with regards to Xena, it was said in a kind of fashion. It is a fashion what a new partner said I'm set to

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shatter Are you committed fashion, the indecency. What does it show for Xena fisherton has been used, and for homosexuality and fashion has been used, what does it show

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that homosexuality is worse than sin? It is worse than it is worse than Xena.

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Because if you look at it, the act of sexual intercourse, it is permissible otherwise, between a man and woman who are huddled for each other, but the act of homosexuality It is never held. It can never become Helen Therefore, it is much worse.

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So the two who committed men come among you, meaning the two people who are Muslims, but they commit this act, then what should you do for the woman then punish them to

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do so newsletters Hamza, then yeah, from the word other.

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And the word other as you know is used for pain for suffering. And it is of two types. First of all, physical, physical pain. Like for instance, someone is beaten up, someone is punished or whatever.

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And secondly, it is mental or emotional, that the person is scolded. He is reprimanded, he's insulted. His rebuke is humiliated. So that is of two types.

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overhearing unless as far as Google mad and punish them to meaning this, honor them, humiliate and rebuke them, whether it is physical or mental, but you have to somehow punish them. You can't just leave them alone for interval, but then if they do repented, who to repentance, the zanni and the zania, or the two men who were involved in homosexuality, if they do repent, it was Lucha and they also did Islam.

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Meaning they also corrected their ways. They don't commit haram anymore. They did it in the past, but they don't do it anymore. They have done Islam.

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And this Toba, this repentance is before they're actually caught, meaning they repent before they're caught. Like, for example, a person in his ignorance he commits this holiday.

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And nobody finds out about it.

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After a few years, he realizes that what he has done was something very serious. Something unacceptable. There's something that is not correct at all. And he does Toba and he does Islam.

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What does Allah say? for our people on whom a turn away from them, meaning don't punish them anymore if you find out afterwards.

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However, if a person is caught, and when he's being punished as Oh, I repent, I repent, I'm sorry, I won't do it again. After he is caught, then that is not accepted.

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So for him tabula rasa has already been turned away from both of them. Why? Because a terrible minute then become a legend. But the one who repents from a sin is like as if you never committed that sin. So if they have done Toba, if they have repented, if they have done Islam, then don't remind them about their past. Don't embarrass them, don't humiliate them.

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Now, this is about people who have actually done something in the past. Unfortunately, within us Muslims, we have this sculpture, that if a brother is holding hands with another brother, or shaking hands with another brother, there's nothing wrong in holding your brother's hand. There's nothing wrong in holding your sister's and as long as it's inappropriate way. There's nothing wrong in that. So if two people are holding hands, what do people say?

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Oh my god, I don't want to see that. And immediately we start saying things. If a person is wearing a particular type of clothes, then again, we comment on their clothes as a saw this and this so that what does the law say that if a person has actually committed this act, and they have done tober? Don't embarrass them? Don't humiliate them. What about a person who was never committed this act, never committed this act who is nowhere near committing this act? And we go in and tell people in public, we joke about it, we laugh about it. This is something very serious, even hinting that a person has committed this crime or is close to committing this crime. This is something very

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serious. We must be very careful about the comments that we give to people about the jokes that we crack amongst people.

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Sometimes it would just make other people laugh. This is something that is not appropriate. It doesn't suit a believer. Higher is a part of Eamon and it's part of Hyatt do not say such things.

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For rd do on human journey away from both of them. Don't say anything to them for the sins that they committed in the past. Why? Because in the law kind of a weapon, or he may. Indeed Allah is Ever the web and he's also Rahim. What does the word mean? One who accepts the Oba again and again, one who turns in mercy again and again. And remember that one also points out is the web histogram is of two types. A loss of Pankaj disturber towards the servants is of two types. The first is the Toba of Allah. Before the Toba of the slave, the Toba of Allah before the Toba of the state, meaning when Allah subhanaw taala gives though fee to the servant to repent. Because Toba literally means to

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return. When a person commits a sin, what is inviting the punishment of Allah. So what is the job of Allah? That Allah does not inflict punishment, but rather he turns in mercy to the slave? So the Toba of Allah before the job of the slave, and what is that that Allah gives the person that they'll filter event and the second Toba is after the fair, the filbur, which is that when the servant repents than a loss of hands on it accepts his repentance, which is why we find two translations of doba when it's used for Allah. First of all, turns in mercy. Secondly, accepts repentance. Because turning and mercy comes first and then comes acceptance of repentance. So allies can have a weapon

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What does kind of mean? Always he's always the

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And he's always he has these two attributes forever. What do we learn from these two?

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First of all, we see that the Zener of the women is mentioned first. It is mentioned before the Zener of the men. The first I mentioned allottee. The second I mentioned Allah Danny, the first I mentioned the punishment of the women who commits in the second dimension, the punishment for the men who commits in him. Why? Why the women mentioned first. Generally, if you look at it, the men are always mentioned first. Livy, Jerry mislabel. When you say in a civil war, well, Mina, one more minute 1111 Africa. So how can the women are mentioned first here?

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It's much worse for a woman. It's more reprehensible and more evil for a woman. Why? Because it affects the woman more.

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A woman loses her virginity. If she's a virgin. She might become pregnant, she will lose her hair. If she can expose herself to such an extent to a non Muslim men. What does that mean? She doesn't have any higher left. And what adorns a woman is actually there hanging out.

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So the woman is mentioned first. Why? Because it is much more reprehensible much more evil for a woman to commit this act.

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Also, if you look at it, Xena cannot be done without the consent of the woman. Remember, Xena is different from rape. This is not great, this is inner? How will dinner be done if a woman does not agree cannot be done.

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So because the woman agreed, because the woman willingly participated. This is why she's mentioned first because she's more blameworthy.

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She could refuse. She could deny. But if she didn't, she is more blameworthy. In the case of rape, obviously, that's a different chapter we're talking about dinner, where two people mutually agree.

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Also, we see that this is more common within women. What you find women prostitutes, prostitution is common between women. This is not something that generally men do. And it's something that generally women do. So this is why the women are mentioned first.

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Also, if you look at it for the women, the word allottee was used thorough, and for the men, Allah Danny duel was used. Why? Because again, a Natty floral has been used because this is more common among women compared to men. Prostitution was more common in that society. Compared to homosexuality.

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We learned that the Arabs, some of them had no idea what the concept of homosexuality, no idea to the extent that some people said that had we not been informed that people have loot, we didn't know that any man would be willing to be used as a woman. For them, it was utter degradation to be used as a woman. Utter humiliation.

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So homosexuality was unknown. It was not practiced. But prostitution was something renting something very common.

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We learn about specific prostitutes who had their places and they had certain flags on top of their houses. When people would visit a particular city they would know Okay, fine. This is a prostitute is a prostitute. Okay, I can go here I can go there. So this was more common amongst women. And prostitution was more common in that society.

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This is why the women are mentioned first and the men are mentioned. The second

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we learn from this is that in our religion, in our Deen there is zero tolerance for indecency, zero tolerance for indecency, whether it is dinner, or it is

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whether it is fornication, or it is homosexuality, they are not tolerated at all,

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which is why the punishment has been given for both Zina as well as Nevada.

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What does it show that both of these acts are completely forbidden there Hold on, if there is a punishment that has been given, what is it that these are major sins? They are harm acts.

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So we learned about the fourth edition of Xena

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and we also learned about the prohibition of alua of homosexuality.

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We learn from our Hadees This is a hadith that is reported in say hey, Timothy, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah will not look at a man.

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Allah will not even look at a man who commits sodomy with a man or a woman

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who commits the action the fairies have called loot with a man or a woman. With a man it's understandable with a woman. anal sex. Same thing. Allah will not even look

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At such a men,

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we also learn from another Hadees that four people are earning the anger of Allah in the morning and also in the evening. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was asked Who are they, beside those men who make themselves like women, and those women who make themselves like men,

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and the person who commits indecency with an animal, and the man who fulfills his needs with another man.

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And we see over here, that punishment has been given for a new app for homosexuality. And what is that, as a woman, give them either hurt them, punish them physically, as well as emotionally mentally.

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But what is the exact punishment, it hasn't been stated Exactly. what has been said is other ones that punishment.

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We learned that the Sahaba they gave different types of punishments. At the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well, a different type of punishment was given.

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For instance, we learned that even are modeled on who he said that unobvious would allow her to set up Baba, Baba,

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam beat such a person and he also exiled the person. This is other physical as well as emotional, that a person is physically beaten, physically punished, and he's also exiled, he's not allowed to live in that same society anymore. Because if he lives in the same people, seeing the same people seeing the same men, he's gonna end up committing that sin again. So he needs to change his place. He needs to change his circumstances, change the situation.

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also learn that a robot cannot learn how he did the same thing and are welded onto the same thing as well during their caliphate. What that they physically beat the person and they also exiled the person.

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We learned that Ooh, Baka Rolando. He said that such a person is to be burnt.

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And others have said that such a person has to be executed capital punishment.

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Some have said that a wall is to be knocked down on top of him until he dies beneath it.

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Others have said that he should be thrown from a height and stone.

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And others have said that such a person should be killed with the sword.

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What do we learn

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that there's different types of punishment that were given at different times? Why?

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Because the main thing is other.

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And we learned that the people of loot are hustler, What crime did they commit

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same crime. How are they punished? With all of these different punishments, we learned that they were picked up and they were thrown back. And a shower of stones of brimstone was poured upon them. So there was also fire.

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So they were picked up, they were thrown down, and the stones fell upon them. And there was also fire. So from the scholars have derived that the punishment has to be of a similar nature, the way Allah punish those people, similarly, a person who commits this action is also going to be punished in a similar way.

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But we learned that there is a unanimous consensus that such a person has to be killed.

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Capital punishment for this crime,

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the way the method there are differences of opinion. But the punishment is agreed upon.

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The method is different or but the punishment is agreed upon. What do we learn from this?

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the seriousness of this?

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the seriousness of this crime? This is not something small. Why is it so serious? Why is it so serious? Think about it. It's a social issue, it corrupts the society at large. If Alliance provided us the means to fulfill our desires in the halal way, in a permissible way, then we're not allowed to use anything else. Like we read earlier, that the man that a Lost Planet Allah has given you, which is a pm for you. It maintains your life, Allah has given it to you for a particular reason, to maintain your livelihood, to establish your worldly affairs and your religious affairs, which is why it has been forbidden to give the wealth to to the super heart, because otherwise they will wasted.

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So what is this show? That if Allah has given us a way, a method of doing something, then we're not allowed to use other ways? And if we do so, that is something that is forbidden, that if people are just fulfilling their desires with another man, a woman is fulfilling her desire with another woman, why would they want to get married and why would they want to take responsibility of their spouse and their children? Why? So it is going to affect the entire society somehow or the other.

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And by nature, this is an act that is filthy, this is an act that is vile, therefore it is forbidden.

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And we also learn from this is

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If a person repents from this crime, if a person repents from this sin, before he is caught, then alive the web and Rahim therefore, we should also forgive them, we should also forgive what they have done in the past. Because sometimes a person finds that oh, this person, they committed Zina, or they were such and such before. So in this case, we should not keep reminding them, we should not keep discussing about this. Why? Because it lies the weapon by him. What has he said, are the learning material from them, don't keep reminding them. Don't talk about it, don't highlight the sin of the other person that Allah has concealed.

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Because then you should.

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It hasn't been abrogated. But this also teaches us that if we are in a time and place where let's say the legal punishment cannot be applied.

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If, for instance, a father finds out that his daughter has committed dinner, and he knows for sure, let's say she becomes pregnant, there are no four witnesses, but she's pregnant.

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Then in that case, what will you do?

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Can he take the line? Is that in Punisher himself? Can you just give her himself? No, he cannot. What is the punishment that has been given over here?

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What was the punishment that was given early on? confine them,

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don't let them go. Don't let them expose themselves to the same situations because the more they will expose themselves to these situations, the more they will fall into the crime

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and the shoulders that we should be careful from before that, why are you exposing your children to such situations in which they will fall into harm? Why

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protect them from before, take precaution from before so that they don't do something wrong in the first place? And when they do something wrong, then we get worried what do we do? But we have to be careful from before.

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in Manitoba to the repentance, Allah Allah that is accepted by Allah lilla Vina Yama, Luna sua vija. Helen is only for those who do wrong in ignorance or carelessness. So Maya to bounnam, and Karim and then repent soon after.

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Novato indeed, with Oba which doba meaning the Toba which Allah subhanaw taala accepts

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many people do Toba many people repent, but whose doba does Allah accept

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in Manitoba to Allah He upon Allah meaning Allah will definitely accept that about this person? Which person

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lilla Dena, it is for those people who Yama Luna su they do the suit. What Does it suit refer to?

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Any wrong action, any act of disobedience, any mass

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and suicide. So, literally is that which makes a person sad? So, the sin has been called Sue Why? Because of its evil consequences.

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So it is for those people who commit the evil meaning who disobey Allah subhanaw taala who commit a wrong action, whether it is in a in any type of fashion, any kind of wrong action. But how do they committed beija hell out of ignorance with ignorance.

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Be Johanna Johanna xenos from dream Hello, I'm Joel. And what did you help me? Jihad also means ignorance. And it's the opposite of

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what does it really mean?

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knowledge and there are different types of ignorance.

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The first is that a person does not have knowledge, lack of knowledge. He's Larry. He doesn't have any idea so he's ignorant.

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The second type of ignorance is that a person is unacquainted with reality, meaning he has wrong information.

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For instance, what is that you don't know that a particular person exists? You don't know that they even exist. That is what the first level, Larry. The second is that you have wrong information, for example, you know about that person, but you think that they have a name that is not actually theirs? Or they do something that they don't actually do. What is that incorrect information. That is also ignorance because you're unaware of the reality.

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And the third is, that when a person ignores to act upon the knowledge that he has, when a person does not do Amen, upon their ill,

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he may have information, but he doesn't act upon it. That knowledge has not been internalized, he doesn't act upon that knowledge. So in that case, this person is also in a state of ignorance.

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So those people who commit suicide who commit the sin out of Jehovah, what does it mean by this? First of all, some have said that this means that they commit sin out of ignorance of the same meaning, they don't know that that act is actually a crime, that that act is actually forbidden. Like, for example, a person doesn't know that the nice thing is,

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a person doesn't know that, you know, let's say, lying or not speaking the truth of breaking promises. And these things are something that is how he doesn't know. He's a newly converted Muslim. He doesn't have any idea. So this is what he's committing the sin out of ignorance, however, that some scholars disagree, because they say that a person who doesn't know he's on blame already

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a person who doesn't know and he does something wrong. He's not blameworthy. Because he didn't know. So then what does he mean by Johanna?

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What it means by Johanna is suffer foolishness. What foolishness? That ignorance at that particular time,

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a person knows from before, but in that situation, he is overcome by emotion. And he forgets what he learned.

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Because it happened.

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We learn about so many things. And the very same day, we go and do the exact opposite.

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Because we overcome by emotion sometimes, and we don't think like, for instance, we learned about Oh, casamino a Latina, and in this, we go home, and we have a fight with someone. And afterwards, we're like, oh, my God, what did I just do? Why did you do it?

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out of johannah, out of suffer, not being able to implement that knowledge. Why?

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Because of being overwhelmed by emotion.

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What does it show?

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that a person, no matter how educated he is, no matter how knowledgeable he is, if he's not acting upon that knowledge, what does it mean? He's still Jay. He's still ignorant.

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So those people who commit so out of Jalla sumaiya, to bounnam and corrib, and then they repent from near meaning as soon as they realize they repent immediately.

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Like, what is that do something wrong? out of forgetfulness out of ignorance, out of being overcome by emotion? And after a few moments, you realize and you say, No, but I did that already. I can't change it. Now. I showed my anger. Why should I apologize? I have to prove myself. Is that album in Korea? No. What is a woman character as soon as you realize, Oh, my God, you open up your book, you're just and you read the translation will Amina and those are suppressed Laila the anger then you remember? So as soon as the meaning as soon as you realize, you repent, you do it over? This is that though but that overspent on accents?

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that a person commits the wrong action by mistake, unknowingly without realization, out of forgetfulness. And then as soon as he realizes he repents,

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so Maya to women, they don't delay repentance, for one acre, YouTube Allahu Allah him. In such people of La turns in mercy to them, Allah accepts a repentance.

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What can Allahu IDM and hekima and Allah is Ever ID him. And he is also hacking is knowing of what you have done, and he's hacking and how he deals with the person.

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What do we learn from this is

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the obligation of hastening to deliver

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that as soon as a person realizes that he has done something wrong immediately, what should you do, though,

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because if a person persists on a sin, and he delays Toba, then his persistence turns that small sin into a major sin,

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a small thing a minor sin, it becomes equivalent to a major sin if a person knowingly persists on it and does not repent.

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So there's a small sin, and the President keeps doing it doesn't depend somebody knows that what he's doing is actually something wrong. And he

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repentance, then that small sin is equivalent to a major sin.

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So what is this ayah teaches that we must hasten to repentance.

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Also, we learn that Allah subhanaw taala knows about all of the sins that we commit,

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because he's our Lehman is hacking,

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whether these things are minor or major, whether they are done in front of people, or they're done behind closed doors, whether they're done physically by a person, in his active social life, or it is done on a social network, online, in a virtual world,

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anything that a person commits, whatever type whatever kind, wherever, however serious, Allah is arleen he is aware of that sin

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and with regard to the NEEMO, las panatela, Arlene, Arlene is from Greek letters I know me and what does it mean?

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What is knowledge,

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it raw crochet alemayehu ID, it is to perceive something as it is

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to perceive something as it is to know something as it is to have the understanding of something as it is. This is what he missed.

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And I'll also point out is Arlene how,

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but first of all, his name is Arielle mccammon.

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His his absolute and complete

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such knowledge that was not preceded by ignorance.

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He has such knowledge that was not preceded by ignorance, meaning there was never a time in which Allah was unaware of something.

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And it is such knowledge that does not suffer from mishaps that does not separate from forgetfulness. Who saw this and then what did he say? Or even more herring that would be that it's knowledge is with my lord v. keytab. In book Nadia lindora B, when I answer, my Lord, he never makes a mistake, nor does he forget. So the knowledge of a loss of control is first of all, in mccammon, it is absolute it is complete. It was neither preceded by ignorance, nor does it suffer from forgetfulness or any error.

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Secondly, there are no velocipede artists or even shaman,

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a shaman, what does that mean? That it's all inclusive. It's comprehensive, meaning it includes everything.

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Like Allah subhanaw taala says we're under the law or the help of evolution, coalition. Allies encompass all things in knowledge. And we learnt in Switzerland if 59 were in the home of Article labx, layer Anima Illa who he has democratic the keys of the ANC none knows of them except he were an American battery will back and he knows what happens in the land and in the sea. What matters to me what occurred in a layout and not a leaf falls except that he knows about it when a habit infield automatic out, and nor any green in the darkness of the earth. Without auto Meanwhile, everything he left he could have ever been and nothing wet or dry, except that it isn't a clear record. What does

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it show

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that the knowledge of the loss of data includes everything, nothing at all is left out.

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It is all inclusive.

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So what can a lot of our Lehman allies arleen he always had, he has, he will always know. And you are included in history.

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Every action of yours is included in his own.

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So he knows if you're committing something out of Johanna or not. And he knows if you're repenting men for him, or if you are delaying the repentance,

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Allah knows.

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So at the end of the day, who should a person fear

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because many times we stopped sending, we stopped committing something out of the fear of people out of embarrassment before people we should be shy of a lot first, and he is our name. And he is also hacking

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when he said that tobacco, but repentance is not meaning repentance is not accepted from who they Livia for those people who yeah Madonna say you add who commits a yet

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so you add as a Florida say.

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Notice in the previous I assume was mentioned over here so you add as mentioned,

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because someone who out of Johanna when he does so he will do it only once or he will do only one thing.

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But a person who is committing sins out of transgression, that he doesn't care then what happens he doesn't just commit one wrong deed but he ends up committing many many wrong deeds.

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So when I said that Coburn in Medina, Medina say he had to commit a boo boo commit many sins, again and again different different types and who persist on their sins had until either helped or had the whole mode until death reaches one of them. Allah you need to learn history.

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says indeed I repent now.

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What does it mean? Now is the time between present and future? I repent right now.

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This kind of Toba is not accepted. Why?

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Because this Toba is not sincere, though, but it's not real Dover.

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It is Toba Buddha. It is still but out of necessity. Why?

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Because this person has been forced into repentance

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and a person was forced into something, then his action is not valid. How is he forced into repentance?

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Because of that,

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when he sees the angel of death, when he sees a punishment, he says okay, now I repent, I repent, he has been forced to repent.

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And a person who commits an action out of compulsion out of coercion, that action is not valid. It does not carry any weight.

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So Hatter, either, however, Adam will not enter into battle and he says Iran now such repentance is not accepted. And such was a repentance of

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your own as we learn into the Messiah 90. He said, I believe that under who La ilaha illAllah de m and at the Hebrew Israelite,

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that I believe that there is no deity except that in whom the children of Israel believe in what an eminent Muslim mean, and I have those people who submit to Allah.

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So such doba is not acceptable. When a person does Toba at the last moment, at the moment of death,

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in certain movements, and 99 and 100, we didn't have either had the humble mode or little bit June, largely Amma lusardi hand female Tanaka can carry Matan who according to her,

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Until when death comes to one of them, he says, My Lord, send me back that I might do righteousness in that which are left behind that a person today is doing good on his life and at the time of death. What does he say? Give me more time. What is the response? No,

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you're not going to be sent back. This is only a word that he is saying meaning he doesn't actually mean it. This does not carry any weight. So such Nova is not accepted.

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Similarly, when in Medina, yamu tuna and more of those people who die won't go far while they are disbelievers.

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So a person who dies as a disbeliever. And he doesn't even repent at that time. Even his repentance is not going to be accepted. Because as a person who dies as a disbeliever, when will he repent? Maybe on the day of judgment upon seeing the punishment, maybe in the grave when he suffers a punishment, then he will repent. So even this though what is not accepted?

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Well, there are certain other home I'd have an enema for such people we have prepared for them a painful punishment.

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What do we learn from this is

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that Allah has given us time, Allah has given us health, he has given us life. So we should constantly engage in Toba. And so

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we should constantly do Toba in Islam. And we need to constantly analyze ourselves, our actions, our mistakes, our faults and need to accept them. Sometimes, if a sin that we committed has been concealed, we forget about it. And we think that we don't need to seek forgiveness for the fact is that is written,

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it is written and you need to but you need to, you need to have a loss penalty to wipe it off. So while a person has been given time, while he's still breathing, what should he do? Use these moments use these breaths to do is

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to repent to a lot and not delay, not wait till the last moment.

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What are the conditions October

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1 of all is lost sincerity, that a person does no but out of the fear of a loss for the pleasure of Allah, that he really means it. Secondly, let them regret, meaning regret over the sin that the person has committed. Because sometimes if a person thinks know what I did was right, even if he does know what overtone doesn't carry anyway. Like, for instance, if there is a fight between two people, and the other says, Sorry, what does the other say? Sorry, is just a word. It doesn't mean anything. Why? Because you don't mean anything. You're not sincere. Why? Because you're not regretful over what you've done. So another condition of repentance is not regret.

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Thirdly, that a person must leave the same, he must not repeat it. He must not intend to do it. For things that a person should do is law

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the person should do

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and what does this law include? That if there is a punishment, he needs to take that punishment.

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If there is a cafaro he needs to pay the Father.

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If he was unjust toward someone, he took their rights, he took their share, then what does this law include? That he must return their share to them

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and also

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Another condition is that a person must never return to the scene again.

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And obviously it has to be before that.

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So we see that in these two if there are four types of people who do yoga.

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First of all, the one who repents immediately mencari

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the one who repents immediately mencari what happens with it over? It is accepted. The second is, those people who delay doing Felber, they procrastinate, meaning they don't repent mencari. So what's going to happen to them? It is up to a loss of final data, whether he wishes to accept their repentance or not. It is up to him.

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Like, for example, there's a person there sleeping at night, and they're sleeping through budget. Now, one is that person wakes up like 15 minutes after the budget time and the person says, enter the law, he will email you, Roger, and he gets up immediately. And he prays This was out of johannah.

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And the other is that a person says, oh, I've missed it anyway. Right, let's leave for two more hours. And then I'll pray. This is what delaying

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This is delaying the repentance.

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So in that case, it is up to a muzzle penalty, whether he accepts the repentance or not, because of a person is really sincere. What is he going to do? He's going to repent immediately. If it was really a sin that was committed out of Johanna, then he's going to youtuber mencari. immediately as soon as he realizes he's going to jump up and repent.

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He's not going to stay there in bed lying down. No, he's gonna get up and do something immediately.

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The third type of repentance is of those people who do Toba at the time of that, what happens to the earth over

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rejected. The fourth is of those people who do not do Toba and they die in that state

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in the state of

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Iowa is also rejected.

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Let's listen to the recitation of these two.

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in me,

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considering this, is there any room for committing sin deliberately?

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Is there?

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No, because it is those people who commit sin out of johannah out of ignorance, either they don't know? Or the more stronger opinion is that out to being overcome by emotion, out of forgetfulness out of negligence, because they were sleeping? They weren't careful. They weren't awake, they weren't alert. That is why they committed. Now, if a person consciously deliberately does something wrong, then what about him?

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So we all need to check that what is it that I know I must do?

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What is it that I know I must do? And I'm still not doing?

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And what is it that I know I should not be doing? And I'm still doing

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because of a person is not even at the stage of Toba? One is to leave this in and then you do it over? This is talking about over. So if I'm still stuck, they're not leaving the same. Then where am I? What do I expect?

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allies the weapon Rahim towards Ooh, those people who will bend. Now those people who persistently continue in their sin without repenting.

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If you look at it, inheritance was mentioned. Then Xena was mentioned. Then there was mentioned?

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What's the connection between inheritance and dinner?

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When there is dinner, what happens?

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lineage gets affected. And obviously inheritance is related to that. you inherit based on lineage based on relationship. And then after dinner what is mentioned

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that if you've committed even this sin in the past, and Allah has concealed it for you, and you've sincerely repented mencari then hope for Allah's mercy.

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Promise forgiveness.