Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 08 – L086E

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Al-Anam 141-150 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 145-150

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I number 145

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or less edgy to female ooh hiya la Yamaha woman, say, I do not find within that which was revealed to me anything forbidden to who are allowed to remain on one who eats. Thorium is from the roof veterus for arraign me from Tom means food and it includes both solids as well as liquids. So a person who eats the only food that is forbidden to him is such and such and everything else is permissible. How do I know from my own hair from what has been revealed to me? And remember my or here Elijah, what was revealed to the profit side of uncertainty yes includes the Quran, but it also includes where he laid mutlu because there are some things whose prohibition we find in the Quran.

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And there are other things that was prohibition we find in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well.

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So yes, we have to look at the Quran but we also have to look at the Sunnah.

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And remember, the prophets are vajrasana by his own will, he never made something halal and he never made something haram by his own will. Whatever he did make haram or halal, it was based on the teachings that he was given.

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And if there was something else then profits or losses was told right away. He was corrected right away that when he made a honey unlawful on himself what was he told Lima two had removed mahalo mahalo

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sokola agito FEMA or here la Mr. Holloman and our immediate removal in law except a coordinator

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except that that animal would be major

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the major animal that is forbidden and what does that include? That animal which has not been slaughtered correctly, or which died a natural death which dies because of an accident

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Oh or damaged muscle blood that is flowing.

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Earlier we have read the blood is Hello. Here we learn that a specific type of blood is Hello. Which one must must for it from the room that are seen for her. We have done the word Mousavi hain earlier sefa Safa which literally means to shed to spill to pour out some liquid. So must for is one that is shed one that is spilled.

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So blood that is made to flow that is made to spill, that blood is forbidden.

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And on the other hand, blood that is congealed or blood that is clotted, blood that is found under the flesh, or you find it emerging out of the meat as you're cooking, that is permissible odema and must forehand only flowing blood is forbidden.

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Oh or lemma frenzied in the flesh of swine, that is also forbidden. Why? Because for in the hood, it's all of this is rich, this is why it is forbidden. What does rich mean? That which is filthy, that which is dirty, that which is considered as repulsive by the alcohol by the intellect, by one senses, as well as by the sheer

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that something is found repulsive, meaning is forbidden in the *tier. Similarly, a sound mind would not accept it, it considers it to be filthy. If you smell it, it doesn't smell good. If you taste it, it doesn't taste good either. decaying, rotting, unhealthy, filthy, this is what reads is.

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So for interval rates, so it is rich, this is why it is not permissible. What does it mean by reads in the context?

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It is what it means how long

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others say because it is called that meaning it is physically dirty. It's physically impure,

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the flesh of swine, that animal flowing blood, it is physically impure.

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Thirdly, because it is abhorrent, it is repulsive by nature. mean blood, people can't even see it. If the sea flowing guard people start crying, some people faint. I remember as children, we had to go and see the animals being slaughtered. And I remember I used to run to the washroom and just hide myself there. I couldn't watch the animal being slaughtered. I was a student afraid of seeing the blood flowing out. So it's naturally repulsive. Similarly, a dead animal that's decaying and animals have eaten of it, and it's rotting. It's filthy, physically filthy And naturally, it is abhorrent. It

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Is repulsive or fisken. It is a sin, meaning eating it is sinful. eating it is an act of disobedience. This is why it is forbidden. First of all because it's filthy, it's naturally repulsive. And secondly, because eating it is a sin.

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were hidden on the lady LED TV, it was invoked for other than Allah, meaning, or that meat of the animal which was slaughtered for other than Allah. What is Leilani is from a land Helen law, which means refer sold. So that animal on whom the name of other than Allah was pronounced, or no one, no one's name was mentioned at the time of slaughtering, that animal is also forbidden.

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From Manitoba, then whoever was forced, whoever was compelled.

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But raw,

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meaning if a person is forced by extreme hunger, by the situation, that if he does not eat at the home, then he will die. So familia Pura vida, Davin

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and he eats of the head on with two conditions. What are they? First of all, later buffing Vaseline from dermatitis belvane. Yet, buzzy. What does it mean?

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rebellion. And building literally means to desire. Because generally what happens when people desire something when people really want something, they rebel in order to get a hold of it.

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so badly, meaning he is not eating it out of rebellion, out of rebellion against a laws, rules, or out of desiring, that he should have no desire in his heart for the Heron that he's been forced to eat. If he eats in that state, it is okay for him. But if he eats with desire, that finally I get to eat this all my life, I've wondered what it's like, this desire in the heart, that's what makes it a problem.

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What are the what's the second condition that a person should not eat it out of Edwin

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Arden has been translated as one habitually because Arden is from the refectory design, then well,

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I find that well, if it was from the design world, then it would be habitually but it's not.

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Because the lF over here is not well, what is it? A fairy? Barely, ID, Ferrari de,

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you understand? The lF over here is not off the root of the structure.

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So I think is actually ideal.

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The word is actually ideal. But because the wild comes at the end, it's difficult to pronounce make it simply into are they just as a word Laurie, what do we learn? colloquium of our in, it turns into our in seminary ideen. And who is then one who is aggressive, one who is disobedient?

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correct translation is one who is transgressive.

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Meaning he does not eat more than what is necessary, more than what is necessary. If he can survive on three or four more cells, he should limit himself to that only.

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But if he says, Oh, I'm in this situation, I have to eat her mom. might as well try this and might as well try that and might as well try another thing. That is odd. So he eats with these two conditions for in neuropathic pain, then then your Lord is Forgiving and Merciful. What do we learn from desire?

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First of all, we learn that when it comes to the matters of heroin, heroin, why is the only source because what do we learn? Let me do female. Oh, here in a year,

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the only thing that I find forbidden in why.

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so the source of heroin, heroin is what? Why? It's not opinions. It's not statements. It's not innovations, because we should you know, look at that innovated many things. And the profits are about Islam is commanded over here to tell people that even I base everything on what and why. My source of knowledge is the Quran. So when somebody asks you, what's your evidence? Or what's your evidence, that is how long what's your source of knowledge, the Quran, even the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his source of knowledge is what the Quran

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Secondly, we also learned from this is about the fact that everything is permissible, unless stated otherwise.

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Generally, everything that is edible, that can be eaten by people is permissible except if

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It is stated as otherwise, meaning except if it is said that this particular food is halal

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when it comes to eating, everything is permissible except stated otherwise. Thirdly, we learn from this ayah about the prohibition of eating the vermin of the earth, such as snakes or scorpions, or beetles, cockroaches rats, because if you say that everything is permissible, unless stated otherwise, then that means only these few animals that are mentioned over here are forbidden, right? But what is the last point? are they safe in religion?

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What does that show that any other creature any other thing that is rich? That is also forbidden?

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So for example, rats and snakes, and bugs and beetles, what are they? They're also rich.

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person might say, in some cultures, they are considered natural. And in other cultures, they're not considered natural Nicholson,

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isn't it? So? It varies from culture to culture, then what's the limit? And there will be no limit? Correct. Some people consider snakes to be okay. There's no problem. Some people consider everything to be okay. There's no problem. It varies from culture to culture. What do we have to look at? We have to see what the Arabs find about

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Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said this, he said his marriage in behati and Muslim that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said there are five animals, all of which are evil, and they should be killed in the harem even what are they? crows gates? It's kind of a bird, Scorpion, rats, and vicious dogs. Now for some people, vicious dogs are not evil.

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For some people, rats are not evil, they will keep them as pets. Similarly, scorpions are not evil, they will keep them as pets isn't. So yes, it varies from culture to culture. But we have to see what the Arabs found rebels because otherwise there would be no limit. And rats we see clearly it's mentioned they should be killed.

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Similarly, we learn from another Hadees it was narrated, by whom should I take this recorded and Bukhari and Muslim that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded the killing of lizards? He commanded the killing of lizards, what does it mean? It was something that was naturally repulsive considered as rates. Therefore, obviously, they will not eat them.

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Elsewhere in the Koran as well into little paragraph 157 we learn when you have the more la you will have a is

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the impure things, the prophets are about us and forbade them.

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So what is the standard of impure what the Arabs considered impure. So for instance, if there is a particular bug, for instance, a locust that they didn't find repulsive, they ate

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a particular desert, or a particular animal, if they didn't find it repulsive, we are allowed to eat them. But otherwise, whatever they found repulsive, we're not allowed to consume them because that is what is given to us as criteria.

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Then we also know from this Hadees that a person has to see Yes, what the Quran declares to be valid and how long but also what the profit sort of doesn't appear to be held on.

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Because everything that is highlighted and everything that is haram is not explicitly mentioned in the Quran, we find evidences from the Sunnah as well. For instance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, given the reversal there, and he reported that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prohibited the eating of all Fang beasts of prey. So all those animals which have fangs, they're forbidden, and all birds that have talents, even they're forbidden. birds that hunt, hunting birds, hunting animals, they're all forbidden. So we have to see what the Quran says and also within sadnesses both of them complete, what is parallel and what is Hmm.

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Now, some people when they read this ayah they say, look, it is only these things that are forbidden. If you look at it, only a few are mentioned, isn't it? The whole list is not mentioned over here. And the eye begins with color as you do the only things I find as haram are such and such, which means everything is permissible. But remember, this is not the only eye of the Quran. And remember, this is a murky surah and remember, this has been mentioned in a specific context. What is the context that the Michigan they had made certain things hard on themselves?

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The profits on a lot of them was being made to say that No, they're not. The only haraam foods are these. So in that context when it comes to animals of grazing livestock, then these animals have been so we have to look at other items of the Koran as well.

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Surah two manga was revealed later. So whatever we find is holiday naturalize holiday wherever we find this one. That is haram

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We're alumna Dina herder. And to those people who are Jews, how romney cola deals have we prohibited every animal? Which animal which is the life of an cloven? hoof.

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The Jews, the people of the book, we learned earlier about them that Connaughton can hinder Liberty sorry. All foods were permissible for bunnies. Everything in there except what mahatama is like, you know, are the NFC, what your COVID is that I'm had made unlawful on himself. So everything was permissible for them at the beginning. And later on things were made prohibited upon them. Why were foods made haram upon them because of their own wrongdoing because of their own wrongdoing.

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So over here last panel tells us about what food was it that was made on Monday.

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So we're I don't know Tina had to have one. coletivo for every animal of unclothed and hoof was forbidden upon.

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The word love is used for nails, which nails through which a creature cannot hunt. And Miss love, on the other hand is used for those nails with which hunting may be done.

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to for example, claws, what are they misled,

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but look for our nails, fingernails, for example, what human beings have and really grow them, and they use them for scratching other people. That is incorrect. What's the Sunnah?

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Or what's the etiquette that we have been taught? What is an act of fitrah trimming the nails cutting the nails, and if a person grows them, that's resembling

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animals which have claws and they need those claws to hunt. So human beings they don't need long nails and it's an act of faith will do got nails to trim nails. What do we learn that at hedge after the home? What does the last panel data say? That they should then remove their uncleanliness and our of the part of uncleanliness says that they should trim their nails. So if a person grows their nails, what is that?

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unclean? It's keeping filth with you.

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So look for our nails. And these are for is every animal that does not have divided toes that does not have divided toes does not have separate nails

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whose hoof is uncovered.

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The hoof is unclothed, it does not have divided toes.

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If you've ever looked carefully, at a goat, or a sheep, you go to halal meats, I'm sure you'll find some the feet you will see that there cloven there's like two parts. Next time you go and look carefully and looking even that is an act of Riba. Why? Because you're learning about what Allah subhanaw taala has told you, if you don't know find out research. So you will see that these animals they have hooks that are cloven.

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But there are other animals whose hooves are not close, and it's like this one big port, which ones are the camels? Similarly, ostriches, even for instance, ducks, they have webbed feet, they're connected. They're not separate fingers. So all such animals that do not have divided those they were forbidden under

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one minute bockarie while on me, and of the cows and the goats. One now I lay him, we had made forbidden upon them. The word of Adam has been used over here for a while it's early, we read the word Mars. What's the difference? It is said that when there are only two or more goats, then you use the word Mars.

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But when there's a hurt, then you use the word of another.

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So when we talk about curry, well, one of the cows and the goats had won narroway you we prohibited upon them Shifu mahoma effects of the

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genome is a plural of Sham. And what a certain fat grease.

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So the fat of these animals of who the cows and the goats that was forbidden on these people on the Jews

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in my except meaning except for that fat, which meant that which Hamlet Luma which was on the backs, which their backs carried, meaning what was joined to the back of the animal, the spine to the fat over there, that was permissible because if you look at it, it's what connects the bones together. And that bone is the main thing in the spine that you're going to use. So bones because they have a lot of fat in them and there's bone and there's less meat so you will use it for soup and stuff. So a llama hammer woman. I will Hawaii.

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Hawaii as a Florida of Hawaii. Yeah. Hawaii. Yeah.

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How well yeah, with that

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shutter and atomic butadiene and how are we as used for small investments, they are permissible for us to have the animals.

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So, in the Mohammedan Luma, I will have I mean, only that fat was permissible, which was attached to the back or which was attached to the small intestine

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or mostella phobia, that which was mixed with the bone if the lava from hot lambda, but this helped me intermixed blend.

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So, the fat which was joined with the bone, that was permissible. But otherwise, all the fat was how, why velyka that, and you might be wondering why it's only fat, what's the big deal. But just think of it if it's attached to every part of the animal. Just imagine how difficult it was to separate

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and you find a little piece of fat, even how difficult it would be you know, every time you get your meat, you have to clean it up, you have to remove the fat, you do it because you don't like it. But in some cultures, actually they like the fat. Literally, they like the fat. And it's very difficult to remove it. Especially some animals are very Fatty, they have a lot of fat in them. So to remove the fat, it's a very big headache. Now this was a form of punishment for them almost as danika Designer when we bought him that we recompense them because they were bending what he never saw the code and indeed we are truthful in what in informing that such and such was forbidden upon them.

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Because they might do something different. But what Allah subhanaw taala is telling us is what is correct.

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What do we learn from this ayah? First of all, we learned that the Bani Israel were punished with the prohibition of food.

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Why? For the crimes that they had been committed.

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So if a person makes something halal haram on himself, who is he trying to be? Or who is he resembling someone who has been punished by Allah, Allah has made certain foods halal for you. If you make it hard on yourself, you are trying to be like the one who has been punished by a man and there's nothing cool in that. Because unfortunately, some people think it's very cool to be like those who are shouted at those who are yelled at those who are kept in jail.

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If you look at it, for instance, people who wear very baggy pants and their pants are falling all the time. Who are their assembly,

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people who are kept in jail and they were not allowed to wear belts

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because they were not allowed to wear belts that wear their pants would fall. And when our children when they don't wear belts, trying to act cool that our pants are falling. And sometimes it's so difficult for them to walk literally just want to help them pull their pants up or tell them your pants are falling Excuse me. This is trying to resemble who someone who has been punished. what's so cool about it

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or someone who gets an attention or we want to be those who are given attention as well. What's so cool in that there is nothing good in that. Allah subhanaw taala tells us over here if you're making halal haram on yourself, you're trying to be like someone who has been punished by Allah.

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We learned in southern Nyssa 165 illuminant Latina hairdo how long now are they in play? Imagine Oh, Haleakala home, Wabi Sabi Hema, and Sabina la cantera. For wrongdoing on the part of the Jews, we made unlawful for them certain good foods which had been made lawful to them and for their averting from the way of Allah many people. So because of their crimes, because of their crimes, halal food was made haram under

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and the question is, how is it made? How on Monday? How? How was it made? kalamunda? Through the messengers, okay, through the prophets, and also through their scholars who miss interpreted the Scripture.

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We learned earlier that the Jews and the Christians they had taken their scholars and the rabbis as lords and how do the prophets that allowed us and explain that that Bella in the home Uh, hello la homerun. Hama? Well Hamra more la will Hannah Fatima room for Delica media

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that are scholars they made Hillel hominin And how long have you on them, and they follow them in that. So someone who is in a position of authority and he is declaring something he allowed to be how long and how long to be held and that is a form of punishment. That is a form of punishment. These days we complain a lot about people who are coming up and saying this is valid and that is haram and without any evidence, making everything harder making everything happen without any evidence. This is also a form of punishment. Remember we learned earlier today we can only bearable Vitamina.

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So yes, it refers to Muslim leaders. Also, such people who have gained knowledge or apparently gain knowledge but they're misinterpreting the Scripture. We also learn from this

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loan is a cause of deprivation of risk. When a person does what he is deprived of that is, we alternate and that it is a part of the court to check what you're eating, to see what is hidden, and what is not heard through the dynamicism of kisara. And at the beginning, the hate and the hereafter emphasized, and then hold on, hold on.

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So how can you separate this issue from your life? Because you see the heat, the Hereafter is emphasized. And then the issue of halal and haram comes. It's being mentioned with so much emphasis that this is Hello, this is not halal. This is how long it's been mentioned. Again, you may wonder we just learned about this and sort of the lighter. Why is it coming again. And yesterday, Michigan used to do it. But the fact is that this is a major part of your life. It's a part of the court. It's a part of a man that a person checks What is her dad, and he sticks to it. And he checks What is her arm and he sticks to that he doesn't use opinions of people and misinterpretations of people

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to fulfill his desires.

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For Inka, de Vaca, then if they deny you felco love buku rush Martin was here, then say oh Prophet sallallahu Sallam that your Lord is a possessor of vast mercy. Meaning if they deny you concerning what you have brought to them, who does they refer to the people of Makkah. Now all of this has mentioned this is halaal. This is how long, but some of these people deny you, despite the fact that you've explained to them based on what he based on logic, standard, they deny you then tell them your Lord is Zulu. Ramadan is a possessor of mercy. And his mercy is weser very vast, that he does not bring punishment on you immediately.

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And it's an expression of his kindness of His mercy, that he does not punish you immediately.

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And that he is inviting you to email and that he is clarifying what is halal, and what is

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what are your thoughts about Sue and his punishment is not averted, arnnl Coleman magery mean from the people who are criminals, meaning those people who are criminals, they will definitely be punished. So if in this dunya right now, because of their sick leave, they're not being punished. Don't be fooled by it. Don't be deceived by it. punishment will definitely come. So this is like a warning and a threat to those who deny the commands of a loss. It's a threat. That despite the fact that it's so clear, still, if you deny, yes, your Lord is very merciful, which is why he's not punishing you immediately. But sooner or later, you will see the consequences.

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So your corner Latina Ashoka soon, the machine will say, what, that lotia Allah, if Allah willed, Masha Allah, we would never have done chick, whatever wanna know, our forefathers, meaning even they would never have done what I have on them in shape. And we would have not made anything Hmm. So in other words, they're saying that if we did this, it's because Allah wanted us to.

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And it's not possible that the entire nation, the entire people, the entire city, is involved in doing something and you're saying, it's wrong.

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If everybody is involved in it, that means Allah likes it, that means Allah wants it. Therefore, don't tell us what we're doing is wrong. Because if Allah wanted, we would have never had done this. A lot wanted us to do this. That's why we're doing it.

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Now, this is an excuse for someone who wants to do whatever he wants. And he blames Allah subhanaw taala. For his crime. That alone wanted me to do this. He decreed this for me. It's written in my decree that I was going to do this, don't you believe in God.

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Similarly, people say, you know, this wrong guy committed? Why? Because a lot wanted me to do it. But what do we learn that it's not necessary, that if the last panel allows something to happen, he likes it. There is a difference between his Muttiah what he likes, what he wants, and between what he allows,

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there is a difference. It's not necessary that everything that Allah allows to happen is something that he definitely likes, he has given us freedom, he has allowed us to do whatever we want. And later, he will hold us accountable.

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And at the same time, he has often instructed us as to what he likes, and what he does not like. So we cannot say that just because I'm doing it, that means Allah likes it. And unfortunately, so many Muslims use this excuse today as well.

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If they can't do their lesson, maybe a lot isn't one meter. Maybe Allah doesn't want me to do this course. Maybe it's just like that. Maybe it wasn't meant to be. Did you try hard enough?

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If you wanted to go shopping, definitely Allah wanted that. Why is it when it comes to lesson? Allah doesn't want it. This is an excuse that the machine came up with. And it's a false excuse. It's a false excuse. Allah has allowed you to do whatever you want. But he has also told you about what he wants but what

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He likes. So with your freedom, do what he likes.

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Unless has cathartic effect the ballerina in public him the same excuse. In the same way, the people before them also denied saying the same thing that along wanted us to worship idols alone wanted us to do this. That's why we're doing it. It's not possible that everybody is wrong. Allah wants us to do it.

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Well versus previous people did the same thing. And they said the same thing had their Cobo center until they tested our punishment.

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So what does it show? That if Allah punished them, then he did not like their actions?

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If Allah has said that for a particular action, if you do it, there's punishment in the Hereafter, what does it mean? He does not like that action, he will allow you to do it, he will not freeze your hand, he will not freeze your feet, he will not paralyze you, He will give you authority, he will give you freedom. But in the Hereafter, later he will hold you accountable. And the fact that he will move you comfortable shows he does not like the section

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called say, Hello in the mineral mean, do you have any knowledge for to have to deal with and then bring it forth for us? Meaning Do you have any knowledge about the fact that Allah is really happy with this? Allah is pleased with this lead of yours, of doing shake and making halal haram to have to do with it. I bring it forth for us, in Pattabhi, arona, in those one, you're only following assumption. You're not following based on knowledge, you're following what one, we're in a letter Hassan, and you're not except guessing. This is just a guess of yours, that if Allah allowed you to do this, he likes it.

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So we see that many people use a lot of penalties as well as a justification for their false practices for their wrongdoing. But this ayah it denies this, it refutes this excuse this justification by saying that the previous unbelievers, they also did the same wrong actions, yet Allah punished them.

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So if Allah punish them, this is a proof that he never liked their action. He never liked their action. So if there is an action for which there is a threat of punishment, you may have the freedom to do it. But know that Allah does not like it.

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And many people, they consider something to be right or wrong. Why? Because the majority is doing this at the same thing that we will not have done shaped our forefathers will not have done the fact that our forefathers did it the fact that the whole community is doing it, therefore it is right. Similar excuses we present as well today. When we say that, because everybody's doing it, it's okay. But the fact is that majority is not authority. majority is not authority. And most people are not rightly guided.

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And sometimes your thought puts these ideas in a person's mind. If you look at it, it looks like such a strong argument. But where does it come from? Stefan? People say things like if Christians are not upon the true Deen and why are they so successful? How come most of the people today are Christian? If this person is not wrong, then How come he's so rich? How can we so well, the there is something known as respite which Allah gives to his servants, when they're doing something wrong, that he does not hold them accountable immediately. Why? Because he azura Martin was here. It's out of his mercy that he gives time to people and he has given them the freedom so that they can have

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time to repent later. But remember, that the punishment is not diverted from those who drunk

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on vanilla Hill,

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say, with Allah is the far reaching argument

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an argument that is that is solid, a solid evidence, a solid proof that cannot be defeated? That cannot be refuted in any way? Allah has the argument, the evidence that is invaluable?

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What does polygamy what that reaches one that is mature, one that reaches its completion. So compared to the evidence or the argument that these people have presented, a loss of panel data has given an argument which is real, it works, how that defeats their justification. So whatever Allah subhanaw taala says, that is her digital value. And whatever people come up with, it's not her digital value, fellowship. So if he will, come as a Marine, he would have guided all of you together, meaning he would have forced all of you to be guided, but this is not the way of Allah He has given freedom.

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So what do we learn from this ayah that Allah subhana wa tada has a perfect proof has

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solid proof established against a servant's and people can come up with many justifications, but they're all baseless. So never be impressed. Never be baffled. Because sometimes people say such things to us and be like, I don't have an answer to that. And then we begin to lose faith, then we begin to have doubts. But the fact is that Allah has heard that these people are coming in a way that is very mischievous and you don't really see the reality. But the fact is that what they're saying is incorrect. It has no solid evidence.

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All say, Hello, my Shahada can bring forward your witnesses Hello, Mama is an essence

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a Luma isn't isn't fair. Basically it's an armor it's a command it's an imperative. And an AMA is what an armor is a fair learn isn't fair. The three types of fair what are the mildly melodic n? m, three types of very mildly will daughter and

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what is Molly Bostons? What is methodic, present and future and command imperative.

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So an M is a type of fair.

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But surely that every fair it has a sign of it is on the structure of affair.

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But you see over here, hello. It doesn't look like a fairy from anywhere.

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Does it have an Aleph at the beginning. If you have, for instance, a Horridge it's a fairy. It's an M, but it begins with an undef. And there's a spoon at the end Oh, which if I did, but this one doesn't have any sign off here.

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So hello, my is actually a noun, but it's a noun of affair.

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It's anonymous.

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And this word gives a sense of calm, it gives me an enough bring Come on.

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And aluma is used for a singular duel as well as plural masculine and feminine. So generic word it can be used in any context.

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So Paula Holloman, meaning bring Shahada, your witnesses, who can testify that Allah has forbidden such and such foods. And Medina, Luna, who can bear witness and the law how llama had that Allah has forbidden this forbidden What? What you have forbidden,

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the female or the male, or the child, or the one that has given birth so many times, or the one that has these many children are the grandmother and granddaughter, whatever.

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So and the law, how long to bring your witnesses who can show that Allah has certainly forbidden these animals, for ensuring you know, if they bear witness, feather Tasha, Mara home, then you do not testify along with them. Because they're such great liars. If they can attribute a partner to Allah, they can say that, yes, Allah said that this is how long without any evidence.

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And if they do so, know that they're lying, so you don't bear witness along with them. That will lead to a Latina cat that will be it. And don't follow the desires of those people who deny our idea.

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Because remember, that a person who denies the ayatollah, in fact, what is he doing? He's following his desires.

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Because if we followed the lien, if he followed evidence, then the greatest evidence is what allows I asked if he is denying them, what is he following his desires? So don't follow their ways. When levina and those people lie, you know, who don't believe in the hereafter? Don't follow these people who don't feel accountability, who don't fear the coming of the Day of Judgment? Or whom below me or they don't? And who would their Lord? they equate partners? Remember the meaning of the art they don't we learned at the beginning of

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it from Urdu. And what does it mean to deviate? So those people who deviate away from their Lord, or he or the lowness from are those which is equal equivalent, those people who said equals with your Lord, don't follow them. Don't follow them. Because those people who can go to such an extent lying about Allah, denying the hereafter setting partners with Allah, they can go to any extent they can go to any limit.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said lm testa he has not ma*a when you don't have higher left than do whatever you want.

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So if a person does not have higher of Allah, then he will not stop at any limit. So these people, they will not stop at any limit, don't follow their desires at all.

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Now, why is this being mentioned over here? Why don't appear to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he wasn't supposed to follow them?

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It was very clear. But why is this being emphasized?

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Because when you see that you're the only one eating halal. You're the only one who is going to such great lengths to find the halon then you wonder maybe what I'm doing is wrong.

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When you see how I'm so common, you like it's definitely not unhealthy. That's what we think. It's not unhealthy. Otherwise these people would be dead by now. But they're eating

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Does that mean they're eating pork they're eating, you know, all sorts of hands on food, nothing is happening to them. I'm going through so much difficulty. There's nothing wrong in what they're eating. But does Allah say that know, what is wrong is wrong? What is how long is how long and what is halal is how to keep it as it is. Don't be influenced by people, because they're not following evidence. They're just following their desires. Anything they like, anything they want to eat, they eat it, they don't stop at any length, and you're a believer. Everything that you put in your mouth, is what Allah has allowed for you to put in your mouth. That says everything that you say, should

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also be what Allah subhanaw taala likes for you to say, a believer is a conscious person, he lives his life according to the commands of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So we learn from this ayah that a person who does not accept evidence, because so much evidence has been presented to them, which they can, but still, they're denied. So a person who does not accept solid evidence, then, in reality, What is he trying to do?

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What is he doing? He's following his desires. He's following his desires. When it comes to a loss of obedience, and worshiping you, he presents excuses. So we have to check ourselves that when evidence comes before us, what is our behavior? Do we present excuses? Do we present justifications? Or do we follow the evidence? This is something that we need to check in ourselves. Because if we are presenting excuses, then we're only following our desires and that is something that

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