Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 07 – L080E

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of sending away people who call upon their Lord and not worshipping their idea of being a companious race. They stress the need for regular presence in the home and avoiding media. The speakers also emphasize the importance of regular company and not being afraid of others, as it is the most beautiful quality to be associated with a man's name. They stress the need for regular presence and giving good news to people who are struggling. They also emphasize the importance of clarifying the way of speaking to people who are not known or recognized as Islamists.
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When I got through the lady near the owner of the home, and do not send away those people who call upon their Lord,

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when do they call upon their Lord, below her that he will or she,

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in the morning and the afternoon

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isn't letters, thought or that and thought is to throw or push someone far away from oneself.

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It is to throw or push something or someone far away from oneself. Thinking it to be useless, insignificant.

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So this Imagine if there's something very filthy, something that's very dirty or something that's completely useless, what do you do just throw it away, you just push it away, like Get away from me. Go away.

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So basically, it is to rebelled someone harshly.

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Allah subhanaw taala commands the prophets over here, latitude. Don't send them away. Don't repel them. Don't drive them away, don't chase them away. Don't dismiss them who

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those people who call upon their Lord all the time.

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They're over here first Dharma center, meaning making the right to ask him for something. And there are over here also refers to our very bad,

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meaning worshipping almost like for example, for that,

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to those people who make our to Allah, morning and evening.

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Those people who are worshipping Allah, morning and evening,

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such people, don't send them away.

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Instead, befriend them, keep them your companions.

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Be in their company. Don't leave them because they remember Allah in the morning. And in the evening.

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The Word of God that is from the room fetters line that well, and it's used for a wiluna for the beginning of the day, the first part of the day,

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and our sheet is under electrodes, iron Shinya and Archie is used for the evening time, basically, from after the sun begins to decline from the meridian. So basically after lower until nighttime or until the night is over, this is what our she refers to evening time.

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This is one opinion others say that no, this is only the time of McRib inertia. Others say that it's the end part of the day.

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However, that is morning, or she is evening.

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However you want to take it.

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So they pray to their Lord morning and evening. Why you do know what you are seeking his face, meaning through their evader, they want to seek the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. They want to see the face of a lion the hereafter.

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They want to please Allah, and they want to see his face in the hereafter. They don't want to be deprived from it in the hereafter.

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Malaika minha Serbian Vinci you are prophets are a lot of them are not responsible for their hisab of anything. He's having them, who does them refer to them as sticking

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them over here first one was taking

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my Muslim he recorded and so he, the three of you, of course, he said, there was a group of six of us with the Prophet sallallahu, Salah, meaning six of the believers were the prophets of autism.

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And the idolaters said, tell these people to leave so that they will not offend us. Meaning if you want us to come and listen to you and believe in you, then you have to tell these people, these six individuals to go because we don't like to sit in the same place that they're sitting in. Why?

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Because of their worldly status inside them. And of course, he said, there was myself, even miss Ruth, a man from who they belong, and to other men whose names I have forgotten.

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So the prophets are about Islam, he thought to himself, perhaps that if he sends these believers away,

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then what's going to happen these machines are going to come.

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And because they're very influential people, if they become Muslim, then everything will be fine to temporarily let me ignore the Muslims. And obviously for any person, thinking that if my action is going to prevent others from believing, then I will be held accountable.

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So over here, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has been told that if you don't leave the company of these righteous people,

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and as a result of that these wishes, don't bother to come and listen to you.

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Then you're not responsible for their destiny. You're not responsible for their disbelief.

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I am in his IBM and

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they're responsible because you have your doors open to them. It's there who are so arrogant that they cannot sit with those people who are lesser than them. In the dunya.

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You're not responsible, merrily commentary savvy human shape.

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Because when somebody tells you that I would only listen to you when you leave them, I will only do what you're asking me to do when you ignore the other person when you don't give them their half. Then you wonder, okay, maybe I should leave the other persons that they will come because I'm responsible to guide them as well. I'm responsible to help them as well. And you feel guilty.

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Over here, lots of parents out there saying you don't need to feel guilty because morality come in herself, a human

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woman has a baby girl a human shape and you are not responsible for them in any way. Meaning every person is responsible for himself,

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Fatah to the home. So you drive them away.

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Over here that is connected with letter, meaning if you drive them away, for the corner means loyalty mean, then you will be of those who do wrong. You will be of those who are unjust, who are unfair.

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that you will be depriving those people who are interested in the deen, who are true believers were honest believers for the sake of

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for the sake of some proud people who are not going to believe anyway.

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So what do we learn from this ayah? First of all about the prohibition of leaving

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the company of the righteous

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about the prohibition

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of sending away those people who are righteous.

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Those people who come to learn the deen

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and they sincerely want to learn the deen.

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What do we learn from this ayah we're not allowed to send them away.

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We're not allowed to send them away, let upload, don't send them away.

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Secondly, we learn from this ayah

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about the importance of righteous company.

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Because a lot of parents are saying keep yourself in the company of such people. Don't send them away.

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Don't turn away at all. Stay with them.

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Because it's possible that some other time would have been given to them.

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Like people do. You come to me at this time. And you come to me at this time. So the four believers you come to me in the morning and the mustachian you have my special exclusive session with you in the evening. No, it wasn't like that. Why? Because the profits are allowed inside of a store to keep the company on the righteous people throughout the day all the time. So if these machines don't want to come, don't worry about them.

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Alaska, Canada control commands profits or loss with nepsac Mr. Lydia, the owner of the home beloved he will or she

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will not our Dinah current home to reduce Xena Taha to dunya waneta, terramin, konbu, and the cleaner, whatever, however, who can

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and keep yourself patient by being with those who call upon their Lord in the morning and the evening? seeking His pleasure seeking his face, seeking His countenance.

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And let not your eyes fast beyond them desiring adornments of the worldly life, and do not obey one whose heart We have made heedless of our remembrance, and who follows us desire and whose affair is ever in neglect?

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If we think of it, who do we sit with?

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Who do we like to talk to? Who attracts us?

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People who have the coin email, or those people who appear to be very wealthy, who appear to be very impressive, who have the glamour of this world.

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A person who does not like the needy,

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a person who looks down upon them, he doesn't have a man in his heart.

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Remember that?

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A person who looks down on others who are lesser than him, he does not have a man.

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Because when a man enters the heart of a person he loves all those who have a man, regardless of their race, regardless of their age, their color, their background whatsoever. The only quality that will attract him to the other is Amen. That's it. It's not money. It's not the way they dress. It's not the way they speak. It's not their race. It's not their beauty. No, it's a man.

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Which is why what do we learn that if a woman is

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posed by a man

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who may have a lot of money who may have a lot of glamour of this world, then what should we go for?

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The Dean?

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Why? Because the dean is the most important thing, email is the most important things. Everything else can change. Everything else can change. But if a man changes, then that's a big problem. So what you need is a man.

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And if a person has a man, then you should like them because they have, what do we learn in the Quran, so many times the last parameter that says, Yeah, you are Latina.

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Why, because he man is the most beautiful quality in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala that a person could have.

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People have many qualities,

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but the quality that allows the planetary addresses by his man, because it's the most beloved quality to Allah subhanaw taala.

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So this takes us to the next lesson, that a person who has a man, he should not shun

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who, those who have a man, just because of their worldly status, just because of their worldly status,

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he should not shun others,

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just because their worldly status, rather, he should stay with them. Why, because of their email.

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We also learnt from this ayah that a person is not going to be held accountable for the needs of others, he is going to be responsible for himself.

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This shows to us a very important thing that how eager the profits are allows us to convey the message to people.

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And remember, this is the last piece wasn't it, it was revealed towards the end of the monkey period. So this shows how eager he was for them to believe

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their loss primarily selling him, don't leave these believers for the sake of these machine, no matter how much you want them to believe.

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And the profits are of ours and has been good to keep in the company of righteous people. Why? Because righteous company affects the person. If the profits are a lot of time has been told, and what about us?

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Why do we think that if we stay with those people who are not that righteous, you know, we're too strong and we can protect ourselves. We're not that weak.

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We are weak,

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we are weak.

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That's why Allah subhanaw taala telling us to make sure we stay in righteous company.

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Workers bargain with them. And thus we have tried some of them through others. Meaning we try people we test people through other people.

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Some people become a fitna for others, a source of their best guidance, a source of their strength.

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Because the poor Muslims, they became a fitna for who?

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for the rich mistaking

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that they would say we're not going to come and sit with these people.

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We're not going to come stand next to them sit in the same gathering that they're sitting.

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This is what I think.

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So what can I think of it never only Berlin? This is how Allah subhanaw taala tests people through others.

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Leah colusa that they say? Who says the rich one say the short affair the noble ones. They say how is it these people meaning is it these four people who man Allahu Allah him membrana whom Allah has shown favor to from Angus.

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Meaning he has favorite than with email.

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So if these people have email, then I'm not accepting email

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during this time, so they became a fitna for them I have

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even been in

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Allah says, Allah, Allah, Allah be shocking.

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There's a lot of not know very well about those who are grateful.

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Meaning Allah knows who to give the trophies of Eman?

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Yes, these people are poor. Yes, they were slaves. Yes, they may not be that beautiful. But they're checking. Therefore a lot of given the feel to have a man and he didn't give it to you.

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Allah knows who deserves what and we as people have no right to object at the decision of Allah. They How come this has been given to this person.

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And this is extreme arrogance, extreme arrogance that a person objects at the decision of Allah and he says, was it only this person who was left

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in Manila who are a human being Nina Elisa lobiondo recycling. What do we learn from this ayah

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First of all, that people are what

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a fitna for who

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one another,

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people are tested by other people,

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I could have said that

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I am going to test you. And I am going to test through you

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the name of the deca Baker

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that I'm going to put you to trial, and I'm going to put others in trial through you.

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So we as people are tested through tests that come from a loss of data. And we're also tested through people.

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man becomes a test for many people become a test for other people. It could be your relatives.

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For a person, it could be their cousin, it could be their uncle, it could be their grandmother, it could be their grandfather, it could be their mother, it could be their children, could be their in laws.

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could be anyone, could be friends, could be teachers, could be the boss,

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could be the co worker.

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People are a test for others.

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Secondly, we also learn from this is that

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majority of those people who respond to the call of the messenger are who

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those who are poor, and weak.

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And we see this with many messengers. For example, the new hire they said I'm who believed it was the poor people, which is why we learned that the people said to him woman evocative Erica Ellen Latina home, Aurora de Luna, Betty,

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nor do we see any follow you but the meekest among us,

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leaving those people who are arriving. They're the lowest amongst us. They're the ones who are following you.

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And, for example, at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well, who became Muslim first. I mean initially, was mainly the poorer ones, the slaves. And we learned that he reckless who was the emperor of Rome, he asked Abu Sufyan that do the noble men, or the weak among people follow Him, meaning, who follows Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam? Is it the noble man or is that the weak ones Abu Sufyan replied rather the weak among

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Iraqis said such is the case with followers of the messengers because the weak people they know how to sacrifice and the rich people they have made this dunya paradise for them

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and wherever the messenger sending them it goes against their desire so why would they submit Why would they accept?

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What Nigeria can Latina you mean Olivia Tina, and when those come to you,

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or profits or about a salon, which people those people who you know, want to be it now who believe in our versus

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when the believers come to you,

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regardless of their appearance, regardless of their worldly status? What should you say, for call center when I

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then say, peace be upon you?

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What's the usual norm, that when somebody comes from outside they say Salaam to the one who is inside.

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But over here, the prophet said a lot of times being told that when they come to you use a Salaam to them,

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you greet them.

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And you say that Qatar or buco, Milan FC,

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that your Lord has prescribed mercy upon himself, meaning he has made mercy mandatory on himself, which is why when a person no matter what he has committed, no matter what sin he has committed, when he turns to Allah, at the right time,

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that Allah forgives him, because Allah has prescribed mercy upon himself.

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And know who indeed he man, amin, amin comes through and whoever among you commits us to action, and evil action. How big highlighting because of ignorance. What does it mean to be generality, that first of all, a person had no idea that there was something wrong.

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Or secondly, Jalla, forgetfulness,

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or being overcome by emotion.

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Like we learned yesterday fanatical nominal generating, don't be of those who are ignorant. Was it that the profits or the loss and did not know somebody is important? Of course he did. But when a person despite knowing he doesn't do well on it, because of being overcome by emotion, that it is as though he is ignorant.

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So what is it Johanna referring to that, first of all, literally, a person does not know and secondly, because of being overcome by emotion, he forgets temporarily, and therefore as a result of that, he

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That which is so.

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So metabo then he repented, member the after it

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meaning after committing that soup out of ignorance what US law had any alternate Islamic, meaning he didn't go back to the crime again.

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he changes his ways.

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But in Nova for him there Indeed Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. What do we learn from this ayah?

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First of all,

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that when we see believers, whether we know them, or we don't know them,

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whether we like them, or we don't like them, whether they are rich, or they're poor,

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whether they're very famous,

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or they're infamous, or they're unknown, no matter who they are, just because they're a believer, what should we do? Say Salaam to them? Because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam has been told that when they come to you say Salaam,

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generally, what is our behavior when we go to a gathering? When we go to a wedding when we go to a party, or do we greet

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those people who we know

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are those people who are very famous,

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and people who we've never seen them before. We don't know who they are, or they're dressed up in a very awkward manner. We don't even look at them.

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We pretend as if they don't even exist.

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But what do we learn that no matter who they are, no matter how they appear, you know, they're Muslim. Say Salaam to them. Greet them.

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Because Cotabato boo Komal NFC

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if alive, so merciful, that he continues to give people he gave guidance to a person regardless of his race, regardless of the status, then don't you have mercy for other believers and when you say them, at least his Salah.

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Sometimes you say, well, this person has done something very wrong. And because I'm very upset with them, that I'm not even going to say Salaam to them.

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But if Allah so merciful, that despite the wrong action, Allah is constantly giving them risk, then Shouldn't we have mercy and greet them?

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Are we more fair than Allah? Are we more Justin Allah or not?

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So no matter who that believer is, it is our obligation that we must greet them. Don't ignore them, don't just walk past them, and think that they're not existent.

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And sometimes we see that people don't even introduce their family members who they don't like or they don't get along with or who are lesser in status.

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They pretend as if they don't even exist, they're going in the same gathering together, but they will sit away from them.

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As if there is no relation between them.

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They will not introduce them, they will not even talk to them, so that they are not known by them at all.

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Secondly, we learn from this idea that we should give good news to the people as well instead of just only warning them because over here, tell them that Katara buku Marlena, tell them a lie so merciful. What do we say?

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What is our approach generally if you don't believe there is hellfire.

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If you don't do this, there are severe punishment. Yes, give the warning. But also give good news.

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Especially people who are struggling so much. Remember, this is a Maki Sula, the Sahaba. They were struggling so much, so much.

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And imagine if they're struggling to keep their email, they're suffering from so much opposition. And when they come, they're being reproached all the time.

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Imagine how they must have felt. Just imagine.

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So the prophets are a lot of them has been told that when they come to you, say something nice to them, say something good to them.

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See positive words to them, hopeful words to them

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so that they become happy. Thirdly, we also learn from this

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every disobedient person is ignorant, even if he's very educated,

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disobedient person, a person who disobeys

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he is doing what they Allah He is and Johanna,

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no matter how educated he is.

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And if he does not know how to be obedient to Allah, then his knowledge is not going to benefit him. So at the end of the day, we shouldn't be concerned about how much we have learned.

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We should be concerned about how much we have practiced how much we have implemented.

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Because if we don't implement that knowledge, then it's as good as we are ignorant.

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worker then you can have a single idea

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Do we detail the verses? Well, it has the Venus Abidal muslimeen and that's the way of the criminals will become evident Mufasa from the veterus fell sadhana fissara is to separate the set apart and first Salah you first see you is to clarify, to elaborate to detail something in such a way that each point is distinct and separated from the other

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to detail to clarify in such a way that each point is distinct from the other, you know, sometimes you read something and it's written in one paragraph.

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And the other is that you read something and it's written in bullets, what's easier to understand,

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the one that is in bullet point form.

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So a Corolla Can you fasudil II does to be detailed meaning we clearly explained the ayat of the Quran,

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when he does the VENA why, so that it becomes clear the Sabina from the roof is by noon, by needs to be clear, is to be honest to become evident to become obvious.

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so that it becomes obvious what Seville Madrid mean that we have the criminals meaning Allah subhanaw taala details all of these is that the way of the criminals is clarified? Why?

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Why does he wish to clarify the way of the criminals

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so that we don't go on that path?

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We don't do what they did.

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recitation of these

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in kumada

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Saleen in Shireen our moody

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one lady

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la de una

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beam laser

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laser la

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de PUE.

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butter Khun, Amina me.

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Leah boo

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boom zu

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be you Mooji Remi.

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If you notice, okay, it could

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be about

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next time you see the person when you don't get along with

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yourself, they're a test for you.

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It's possible that everything could have been fine between you and them, but it's not. Why because this life is a test.

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So instead of saying I don't like them, I don't want to see them.

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I want to be away from them. Allah put you in that situation and you are stuck to them.

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You have no choice. You have no choice. You are stuck to them. If you don't give them their help you are doing

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know that they are a fitna for you and you are if it's not for them. Both of you are tests for one another. And Allah knows those people who are shackling who focus on the blessings, instead of complaining about things that are not how they want them to be.

Al-Anam 40-59 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 52-55

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