Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 06 – L073J

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Al-Maidah 51-66 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 66

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Whenever a new home a farm with a lotta and if only they upheld the law of the Torah, a farmer from New collectors often meet the farmer.

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And what does karma mean to establish something? A farmer, this fella establishing the solar? What does it mean by that?

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that a person constantly praise us with regularity?

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And is it just regularity? Is it just punctuality that is important in the comments, what else is included?

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meeting all of the requirements, all of the prerequisites

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that a person has will do, person is facing the Qibla. And that a person is performing the survey in the correct way, according to some of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, fulfilling all of the obligations, this is what karma is to do something properly and consistently how it must be done.

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So if they had done a common of what atara? Well,

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what does it mean by that?

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That if they had abided by the Torah, if they had acted according to the Torah, and the

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if they had implemented the ACA, if they had not tampered the tower and the Injeel Rather, they applied it as it was,

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and part of economies of the law and engineers work

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that they should believe in the profit side along the sudden had they done this? Who the educator and if they had also established what was on the lamb for you? What is it the Quran?

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Besides the Quran, any other scripture, any other teaching any other command that they were given through a prophet through a messenger?

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If they had upheld that law, if they had upheld that command, then what would the result be? What would they benefit from?

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that occurred surely they would eat menfolk or you woman daddy of Julian from above them, and also from below their feet,

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they would eat from above them and also from below their feet, what does it mean by that?

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Meaning they would get this from above and below, from everywhere, in all forms and manners, pouring forth from every direction from above from below everywhere, they would get risk they would get abundance in Indonesia.

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Some have said that min Falcon refers to rain

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because there is risk that is coming from above, when in fact they are Julian refers to the growth of provisions in the earth. So basically, plants, animals, everything that goes from the earth. Because the sky is above you from where the rain comes. And the soil is beneath you from where the plants come from the aquarium info cream I mean that the Abdulla him, some have said that min Falcon refers to that they would eat from the fruits of the trees that are tall and high.

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And women that Dr. Julian refers to those plants that are low.

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Like for example crop,

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or for example, vines, or the crawlers, the creepers

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different types of plants.

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So the economic photo woman data objective, basically what this means is that they would have risk coming for, from every direction in every farm in every manner, different different types of business, they would have enjoyed in this domain. When if they had established $1 and the Injeel and every command they were given in their times.

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We don't insult them off I 96 Well, let me know what dako Latina la in Baja katomina summer you will or when I can cook the Boo for her know whom the mechanic

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and if only the people of the cities had believed and they have feared Allah, we would have opened upon them blessings from the heaven and the earth, but they denied

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so we seize them for what they were earning.

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main home from among them, meaning from among the other data, there is an automaton mapa de Silva.

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There is an oma that is balanced

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makuta sweda mocha see, that is from the fetters of sod that us

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and what has asked me to invent

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and it also means to go straight to go straightaway.

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And if the thought is do be moderate,

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to be balanced, because the best is that which is market, which is in moderation.

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The correct is that which is

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moderation. For example, if you know the route, the route is that you go straight. What does that mean? You go straight if you go right. Are you in moderation? No, if you go left, are you still in moderation? No. What is moderation? What is bad is

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that you do what you're supposed to do. You go where you're supposed to go.

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So among them is an oma that is microtesla, meaning adjust community, and how are they just that they implemented our MDG.

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They neither increase the comments nor do they decrease them.

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They don't go to extremes of innovation, or extremes of neglect. Basically, they do what they're supposed to do.

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With or insulted by a 159 woman call me Moosa material

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will be here they doing.

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And among the people of Messiah Salaam is a community, which guides by truth, and by it establishes justice.

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So who is that omata noctus leader, those people who are doing what they're supposed to do, and among them are who

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the companions of the Prophet said about Islam, such as our belief in Santa

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who believed he was Jewish, but he believed

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so many doctors

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work I feel minimum, but most of them said and

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even it is what they do. How terrible are the actions?

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Why?

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Because, you know, they're not doing what they're supposed to do rather they go to the extremes.

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Either they have innovated, or they are neglecting

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their they're falling short.

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Or they have made up things in their religion, or they have left out parts of their religion. They have gone to extremes.

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What do we learn from these two?

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First of all, we learn from these two is about the justice of the last panel data, the perfect justice of a law, that no matter who a person is, there is no bias against

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no matter what crime he has committed, there is no bias against him. Even if the greatest criminal if he believes, if he has the power,

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if he repents,

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then Allah will accept his repentance. And Allah will not just accept his repentance, but rather you will give him good reward in this dunya Andy,

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he will forgive him his sins, He will give him reward in the dunya and the author of

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this is a justice of a loss of time, that no matter what crime a person has committed, if we accept the man, if he asked the court, if he reformed himself, then you will be forgiven.

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We become very biased.

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If a person has done something wrong in his ignorance, we never forget those wrong actions. We never let him forget those actions either.

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Allah subhanaw taala is so just he is so fair,

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that if a person returns to him with a man in the court of law when accepted,

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secondly, we learn from this AI that a person who repents from a sin,

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a person who does Stober from a sin that he was committing, he is rewarded with double reward.

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Imagine

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a person who repents from a sin that he committed in the past

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repents, he will be rewarded with double reward. What does that reward

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that first of all in the dunia locker room invoking a woman of duty him

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and in the era like a foreigner who say their sins are whiter, and they will be admitted into Jeannette in there in

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the first side that we learned mentioned the reward that they will receive in the after.

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And the second dimensions are award they will receive in the dunya.

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Thirdly, we learned from this ayah that the Jeannette that Allah subhanaw taala has prepared. First of all, there are Jeannette gardens, many, many gardens, and that they are full of nothing. They're full of pleasure. They're full of bliss, comfort,

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whether it is a comfort of the heart, or it is off the body.

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We also learn from this idea that if I'm with a [???]tier, meaning establishing the law of a loss of penalty,

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observing the law of a law was an obligation on people of all times

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Establishing the law of Allah is an obligation and who people of all times whether it was the hood, who were given the Torah, or it wasn't a sada, who were given the engine, or it was the Muslims who were given the Quran, there is an obligation on them, that they must establish the law that our last panel Allah has given.

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So what does it teach us that even today, even today, it must be practiced, you cannot say that all times have changed now things have changed now, we cannot really earn Hello, no,

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we cannot really do the hijab, no.

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Still, it's an obligation on us. That regardless of where you are, what place you're in what time you're in. When Allah subhanaw taala has given you a certain command, he has given it to us let you follow it. So it's an obligation on you, just as it was an obligation upon the previous people.

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We also learned from this is that you come with a [???]tier, meaning upholding the law that our last pangkalan has given it brings benefits in the dunya.

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And it also brings benefit in the ACA.

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If the people accept what is written in this book, if they act upon it, then the last panel will open the doors of provision for them. Even in this union, what do we think that if we follow the Quran?

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If we follow the commands of Allah subhanaw taala, then what's going to happen?

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What's going to happen? What do we think? What fears do we have?

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We're going to suffer in our adonia.

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This is what we think.

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But what does the law say? The exact opposite.

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That if you follow the law, then you will eat from above and from below from every direction.

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And we think that if we take time out for the if we follow the commands of the last panel,

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how will we have time to make money? or How will we make money? How can we survive? How can we feed ourselves?

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The fact is that Allah subhanaw taala hasn't kept you hungry.

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He has given you everything that you need to remember that Hades that a person who wakes up in the morning healthy and has body food for the day. But he's at the hotel, it is as though all the riches of the world have been brought to him. He's the richest person in the world.

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So why do you think that if you don't have a few 1000s, then you're gonna have less

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if you have food for the day, that is sufficient for you. So basically, we learned that it comes with the [???]tier it brings benefits in the dunya and the author.

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And we have to believe in this because only when we believe in this, then we will be able to follow the comments of our last panel.

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We also learn from this ayah that Allah subhanaw taala his blessings are different types

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of Las pantallas blessings are of different types. Some blessings, they come from above, some from below, some was lucky, and others are not.

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Some blessings, we see them, they're very obvious. Other blessings, we don't see them. They're not that obvious to us. But we have to trust Allah, that if I am going to follow His commands, he is not going to keep me hungry.

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He is not going to keep me poor, he is going to give me

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so therefore this fear of losing my money should not stop me from obeying the commands of

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some blessings. You have to pray for them by for example, rain, it's not in your control. You cannot do anything to bring rain, you have to pray for it.

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And some lessons, you have to strive yourself to get a hold of like for example those that are from the earth, you have to dig. You have to research you have to grow

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some blessings, you have to pray for other blessings Allah has given to you already. You have to strive in order to get it.

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So we see that the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala, there of various types.

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And we then we also learned that there are two types of people when it comes to dealing with the book of Allah subhanaw taala. Taking the book of Allah taking the commands of

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some people, what is their behavior with the book of Allah,

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that they are locked assent, meaning they do what they're supposed to do. Neither less nor more. They don't go to any extremes. They don't innovate. They don't leave anything up. They don't neglect any part of the religion. They do what they're supposed to do.

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And the second behavior is of those people who are

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the type of person

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because what they're doing is evil, their actions are evil.

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So they go to

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two extremes.

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They either leave the actual religion, and they make up their own stuff and consider that that is religion.

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Or what's the other extreme that they completely abandon their religion? They don't have anything to do with it, they don't practice any part of their religion. So basically, this is a lesson for us that when we come to know of the commands of Allah subhanaw taala. What should our behavior be? What should our approach be?

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Should it be of being mocked?

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Or should it be off of a democracy?

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Again, remember the theme of this whole? The commander loss of hunger is giving you

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take them seriously? What is your approach towards the commands of Allah? If you notice all of these if they're mentioned about who the advocate of why,

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for us to learn that these people were also given the law? What did they do?

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Make sure you don't do the same thing, stay away from this behavior.

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If you notice over here, two groups of the other dimension look the same and the other is

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Saturnalia, meaning light. However, when it comes to the

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three groups I mentioned,

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when it comes to the Quran, three groups I mentioned in sort of the fact that i a 32. Allah subhanaw taala says some are less than Al Khattab and Latinas profane seminary verdienen

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then we cause to inherit the book those whom we have chosen of our servants

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from in home volume holiness,

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and among them is He Who wrongs himself he does live upon himself

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by leaving the day

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by leaving the book by neglecting the book

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woman who mocked us and among them is He who is moderate,

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meaning he does only the bare minimum of

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neither less nor more, you understand, neither less nor more, just the bare minimum. Okay, this is what I'm commanded to I will do only this only the fact

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No, knuffel.

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You see, there are two ways of doing more. One is that you innovate

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something that is not in the deen and the other is that whatever is in the deen you do more of that.

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So for example, one is that a person invents one entirely new kind of solar. And the other is that a person prays voluntary solar.

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So among them is first of all, who the one who is learning. The second group is of those who are sick, meaning they're moderate, they only do the bare minimum what they're supposed to do, when main home savvy can build hierarchy Viet Miller

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and among them is He who is foremost in good deeds by the permission of olanzapine

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there is a third group as well, that is mentioned when the Quran is spoken, that there are three groups of people check yourself

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check yourself where do I fall? Which group do I belong to?

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There Lika who will follow cubby that is the great bounty what is a great bounty that being of those who are cytokines will hire IP admin. Now person might wonder how come this third group is not mentioned further, but he is slightly

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scholars have said that perhaps there are so few amongst them. So colleagues so few

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that when something is very less very difficult,

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then what do you do you don't even mention it you don't even consider it to be a group when you have a particular group of people whom you're supposed to categorize and if there is a particular category that is very few what do you do? You merge it I for example, when we have your quiz, and if there is a group that is very small, what do we do Generally, we merge it with the other group.

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Similarly What is it show that very few amongst them very few amongst them were cyber combat.

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Why? Because the majority of the people they abandoned the book

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and we have to check ourselves what is our majority

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every time they light a fire I number 64. For a war, a loss of punctuality extinguishes it.

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Remember that I mentioned this instant you earlier as well in sort of earlier on,

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that after the Battle of button, the Buddha became very furious

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that the Muslim should have been defeated. But look at them. They came back home tutorials, and now they're only going to increase in their victory.

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So we learned that there was a Jewish man by the name of Seamus even face.

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He could not tolerate the fact that the Osen has literature was so disunited, before Islam. There were enemies of one another before it's on the two Arab tribes.

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Now, after Islam, they have become like brothers. So he could not tolerate that the Jews could not tolerate that because it was their wars, that caused them to have business with the Arabs.

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Basically, the Olson 100 would fight and the Jews would provide arms.

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So this is how they would make money. So they could not argue the fact that they have become Muslim. And now they're not buying the arms that we are making. We're losing out on our money.

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So one day when the tribes of Austin presidential we're sitting together, some people from the US and

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he sent someone who came, and he started reciting verses of poetry, which reminded the people about the Battle of brass,

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a huge battle, a very major battle in their history.

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And it's such a fire that people that literally took up arms against one another.

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They were Muslims, obviously, but they took up arms against one another, because the hatred that they had for one another before that was sparked again. The Prophet sallallahu was informed about it, and he came immediately. And he reminded them he reprimanded them. And they realized that what they were doing was wrong, and they threw away their arms, and they embraced one another. So they tried many, many times to light, this fire of disunity amongst the Muslims, amongst the Muslims,

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against the Prophet sallallahu wasallam against other Muslims. Every time we did something specially at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, it was extinguished. They weren't made successful in their goals.

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If you look at it, this unity is mentioned repeatedly in this order,

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again, with a team of the surah that take the command of a loss of power very seriously, because disunity is something that kills the people that destroys the people when they're not together. that destroys the people when they're not together. And at the Muslims are not united. Then can they stand together? Can they do anything together? Can they be successful in anything?

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If they cannot be united in the same house,

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literally in the same house in one family if they cannot be united, if they have hatred for one another door

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It's family members,

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how can they practice the commands of almost How?

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Because when we are disunited, when we have enmity for one another, then our focus becomes who

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becomes the enemy. And we forget ourselves we forget the commands of the last panel data and we don't care about what Allah has commanded.

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So the root of many problems is the hatred that we have in our hearts.

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This hatred is a big sin sometimes, and it deprives a person from the field to do good to follow the commands.

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So in order to follow the commands of Allah subhanaw taala, what do we have to do?

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We have to clean our hearts and we have to try hard, much more hard now. To be together to be close together to be united. Do not cut off from one another.

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