Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 06 – L072C

Taimiyyah Zubair


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Al-Maidah 41-50 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 41-b

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And what do they do? You have the phone and Kalima, they distort the words mimbar, the Manuel de are he, after its places, meaning after their places were set by Allah,

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after the positions of the words were set by Allah,

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all of these words you have read before my well there is a Florida mold there, and what is mold there, the position the place. So, after the places the positions of these words have been set by a lot after their meanings have been specified, after their proper contexts have been fixed, then what do they do? They distort the words which words the words of Allah, and the words of the prophets.

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After they know what the real meaning is,

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like, for example, Allah Subhana, Allah revealed, men, the lady your credit card, and Hassan, who was it that would lend to a lot of beautiful loan? And what did they say that in the lower half of the room when you have near a lawyer sport and we are rich, this is why he's begging for a loan now.

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So you have the photo column and the column is done in both lovely sense. And secondly, Marinelli says that literally they will distort the words and secondly they will distort the meaning. That the purpose of saying that who would lend alone to Allah is not that Allah is needy, what's the purpose encouragement that whatever you give will be given back to you. But the distorted the distort the meaning that look alikes for so you have the phone and Kadima embody Manuel Leary, meaning after the words have taken their specific meanings, and after they know about the meaning of the words. So Barney, what does it reflect? After the words have been given their specific meanings and after

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knowing your enemy, military after knowing about them aware of the words?

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Because what is that a person misunderstands?

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What is that a person by mistake? he pronounces a word incorrectly, for that is forgiven because it's an error. It's a mistake. It's unintentional. This is intentional, because badimo wealthier he meaning by the enemy malaria, he,

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Yolanda, they say, meaning there are them out of the hood, the leaders of the hood, they would say to those people whom they would send to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for judgment that in Odom Heather, if you're given this for Hulu, then take it. We're in lambda, though. And if you're not given this final, then be cautious meaning stay away. Don't accept it. What does it mean by this?

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You see the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was a religious leader for who? For the Muslims.

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But he was the political leader for the entire people of Medina, whether they were believers or not. He was a political leader of Medina. Which is why if there was an issue, some conflict that occurred between Muslims, we would then refer to the prophets of of Odyssey.

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But other people, for instance, that if they had a conflict, who would they refer to their own leaders, their own religious leaders? And if they wished, they could also take that issue to the prophets that a lot of time for judgment. Why? Because he was a political leader.

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Just as for example, if people are living in a non Muslim land today, one is that they take their issue to the scholar, that What do you say, what should we do? And the scholar gives a fatwa. But they don't like it, then what do they do?

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They go to the law of the land. And they say, Okay, what do you have to say, what should we do?

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So seminary, they would, they would either go to their leaders, their religious leaders, if they wanted to judgment according to their religion. And if they wanted some other judgment, who would they go to the Prophet sort of opposite.

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And when they would send the leaders in particular, when they would send their people to the prophets on Atlantis, and they would tell them, that if you're given this particular ruling that you're looking for, then take his ruling.

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If he gives you the ruling that you want, then accept his ruling. But if he gives you a ruling that you don't want, then don't take it.

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So basically, they had a habit of fatwa shopping. They would go to their Mufti. They didn't like what he said, they would go to the profit sort of artisan. If what he gave was something that they liked, they would accept. And if he said something that they disliked, they would not take it.

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And there are many incidents that some of us don't have mentioned with regard to this if, first of all, it has been said that there was a case of murder, in which one person murdered the other and obviously, in their law, what was the punishment, capital punishment. So they said we don't want this punishment. I mean, the courtroom should not be killed. So

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They took the issue to the profit side a lot. Isn't that what you say? And at that time, they said that if he gives the judgment of only giving the blood money, then take his ruling. But if he says no kill the cartel, then don't take his

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seminary. There was another case in which two people, they committed Zina, and they were married. What's the punishment? regime? Even in their law, the punishment was Rajan. They said, Take these to be put to the profits, and see what he has to say. If he says only flogging and humiliation, then we will do that. But if he says regime, then don't take his ruling. And this is something very common today as well.

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And who is selling them the leaders are telling them their religious leaders are telling them that in Otome Hana for who if you're given this ticket, what a lamb toto and if you're not given this fatwa, rather than stay away,

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Allah says, well, may you read the letter with Neto, and whoever Allah intends his fitna meaning his trial, his punishment, whoever Allah intends to lead astray. What is fitna over here mean either punishment or

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misguidance. Any person whom Allah wishes to send a stray, felon them legal aluminum,

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then you can never you can never save him from a lie. You do not have any authority against Allah to save this person. You cannot remove the fitna from him You cannot remove the blood from him. That doesn't mean that a loss of penalty deliberately misguides people who even want guidance, no, for them as a whole, as a whole lot of people when they deviated and Allah deviated their hearts

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owner aka those people, Alevtina or those who love you read the law who Allah does not wish and you thought

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that he purifies their hearts. Allah does not even want to purify their hearts. Why? Because it is what they deserve.

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And remember Allah era is based on his wisdom.

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And what does he mean by this that Allah does not wish to purify their hearts, purify them from what?

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From shock, from doubt, from coffee from disparate from ship from deviation in religion. So a lot is on wish to clean their hearts loan for dunya phaseone for them in this world is humiliation. What will fit or they will winner Lehman for them and the year after is a great punishment for who for those people who use it or when it took off. For those people who are some of our own little credit somewhere I wanted to come in academia to for those people who had referral came of embarrassment while they are here. For those people who do fatwa shopping, who go to one Mufti. They don't like what he said they go to another Mufti. They don't like what he said they go to another to go to

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another until finally, they hear somebody saying what they want. And then they accepted.

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Allah has for such people. There's disgrace in this world.

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And as for the hypocrites, because it refers to primarily the men African and the yahood.

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For them in Africa, what happened what was a disgrace in this world that an entire sort of sort of October was revealed, revealing the reality of the one African and it was a great humiliation for them.

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Similarly, their names were told to the profits out of artists. I mean, how insulting How humiliating would this be. And as for the hood, they were also humiliated how that they were exiled from Medina and eventually had to be a doozy as well.

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So along with donia has done well I will fly the other one early, great punishment in the year after in the moon I 15 of adult kill us Ballymena now.

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So what do we learn from this ayah? First of all, we see that a lot of prank data is comforting. The prophets are alive.

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That if there are people who say that they're believers, but they don't actually believe if there are people who should be believers who know better, but still, they don't accept them unethical they show to be believers, but they weren't believers. They are who they knew better. They should have been believers, but they weren't believers. So people who should be supporting you, people who should be obeying you, people who should be listening to you, but they're not. Their activities should not make you sad. Allah is going to deal with them. You don't be sad.

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So over here, the prophets are allowed Islam has been comforted and after him every day,

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because a person who called others to the law of Allah to the ruling of a lot of the judgment of Allah, he faces a lot of opposition. He faces deceit from people. He faces, the treachery of people, that people say yes, we will support you, but they don't come and support you anymore. People say yes, we will obey you, but they don't obey you anymore.

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People say they will listen, but they don't listen. So over here, the prophet said a lot of them and after him, every diary is being comforted, that don't worry, be patient, be focused on your work, their activities should not grieve you, this life is a test. So, if they're not listening, don't be sad, continue to do what you're doing. Allah will defend you.

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Secondly, we learned from this ayah, that, from the hypocrites and the you, there are those people who are somar, meaning who listen very eagerly to falter.

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And they spy, meaning they listen to others why not to benefit from their speech, but in order to inform other people about what they're doing. Now, it doesn't mean that what the prophet sort of officer was teaching was wrong in the first place. It wasn't wrong, what was the problem? It was the way that they passed on the information. It was the way that they passed on the information. Because a Muslim, he doesn't have anything to hide. He doesn't have anything to hide, where the Quran is being learned where the Quran is being studied, nothing should be hidden, or a person should not feel shy about the truth at all, because it's in the Quran, who am I to hide it? If Allah said it so

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openly, who am I to denied my denial, my concealing it is not going to change anything, then where's the problem?

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The problem is in the way that it is conveyed to other people in the way that it is reported to other people.

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A scholar says something in a particular context. And a person goes and quotes his statement completely out of context. Or he completely misinterpreted, misrepresents it, that is where the problem is. So we see that such people are primarily from mongoose, especially in the time of the Prophet sort of autism, they're from the moon African. And you would say, if any person does something like that, that he's very interested in listening to falsehood, he eagerly listens to falsehood. And listening to the Quran is something very difficult for him. Or he listens to the truth, and he passes on truth mixed with falsehood. Or he listens for the purpose of spying, then he

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has a resemblance to who,

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to who,

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to the moon, African and the hood.

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And what does that show that such an action is something that is disliked by a loss panda.

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We also learn from this ayah, about the mistake about the arrogance of the leaders of the hypocrites under your hood,

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that they were so arrogant that they would not even listen to, they would not even attend the gathering of the profits out of autism.

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You know, sometimes people have this grudge against a particular individual. And they will not go to their matchless, they will not go to their gathering, they will not even hear what they have to say that that person, I cannot tolerate them, no matter what they're saying, I don't want to listen to them. Like for example, there is a particular scholar, and if their lectures are being played, and you just get very annoyed that somebody listened to their lectures all the time, the moment their lectures are played, you like to turn it off, just turn it off. I don't want to listen to it. I don't listen to it. This is what this is, what the Do you have a graduate in someone who hasn't done

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anything harmful to you? So this is something that is dislike, that a person, he has a stigma. He's arrogant towards listening to somebody, what should our focus be on the speaker or what he's saying? What he's saying,

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we also learn from this ayah that the hero column, meaning distorting the speech of others, this is a trait of the one African and the root. So if a person does this action, who is he resembling them? And what does it show that such an action is something that is disliked by our last panel.

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Similarly, we learned from this ayah about the dislike, meaning how much this is disliked by Allah subhanaw taala that a person accepts what he likes, accepts only what conforms to his desires. And if he is told something that is not conformed to his desires, he doesn't take it.

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Like for example, there is a person who is let's say, teaching the Quran or teaching the deen or something like that.

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They have told you many, many things. But you only select what you like. You only select what you like, what do you want to do? And you ignore everything else. And you hold on to it saying that, oh, they said I could do it. They said I could do it. Well, they also said many other things that you're not taking isn't it?

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That many times, we choose what we want and we hold on to it and what justification do we have? This person said it. Well, this person said not just the statement, but they also said many other things. Why aren't you listening to those? Why aren't you accepting those? So if a person has this approach to the deen that he only accepts that which conforms to his desires and this is something that is disliked. And there is also warning against those people who spy who listened together, who do fatwa shopping, when you go to one person go to another and they at the end they only take what they like.