Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 08 – L092B

Taimiyyah Zubair

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Al-Araf 3-102 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 73-77

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I was a bit lame in the ship on iljin Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.

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Lesson number 92 SoTL are off and number 73 to 103.

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Why he left the Moodle a home slightly her and to some mood. We sent their brother silent RNA center. Meaning we sent him as a messenger, who slowly had a salon to the people off some of

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the people of the mood. Were an ancient Arab tribes

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who are the

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Arabs.

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But they came much before the Arabs of the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And he said that they lived approximately 6000 years ago. So you can imagine how ancient they were. And the tribe some mood is named after some mood, even Arthur even Aram, even Sam even knew.

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So he was one of the descendants of who knew Harrison. Earlier, right before the people of the mood we learned about the people of odd.

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So it is said that the mood they were the descendants of who are

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of the people of those who had survived, their descendants were known as sammut.

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And this is the reason why they are known as the second on

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the second art, who were the first people are

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the ones who we learned about and the people of the mother also known as the second art.

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We learned that the survivors are those people who survived. When the people are either were destroyed. they migrate towards the area of

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the migrated towards and hedged and unhedged is a tract between an hijas which is Western Arabia, and Russia, which is Syria.

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And it's on the way to the book from Medina.

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And we learned that the Prophet sort of on a sudden when he went to the book, he actually passed by the area of unhedged as well.

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So what are some other and to the people have?

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A home their brother? Which brother is this? Which, who is this? Who, Vanessa, remember, there's two types of brotherhood. One is of Dean

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when someone is called the brother of another, why, because they share the same religion.

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And secondly, happiness of

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when people are of the same lineage or when people belong to the same tribe.

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So Sally Hannah, Sarah was actually one of them. He belonged to the same tribe.

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Allah subhanaw taala sent him as a messenger and it is said that his name was Sally Eben or late that was his full name.

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So what did he say to the people?

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Color he said, he or call me or my people or the Lucha worship of La meaning worship only Allah. Why? Because manacle there is not for you, men, Allah in any god

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other than Him.

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And we see that all of the prophets, they convey the same message to their people, that they must worship Allah subhanaw taala alone.

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We learn instead of the natural eye number 36 Allah subhanaw taala says well Coronavirus knarf equally umatilla wa Sula Aniruddha la her word you can evoke both and we had certainly sent into every nation a messenger to every people a Lost Planet Allah sent a messenger and what did he say that worship Allah and avoid the TOEFL.

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So this message of the heat was conveyed to everyone

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We also learned into little MBA is number 25. Warmer all the sudden I'm in Copenhagen or Solon in LA and the hula ilaha illa Anna for a boon

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and we sent not before you any messenger except that we revealed to him that there is no god except me so worship Me

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and the same message Sally had a Sarah also conveyed to his people that are the Lucha worship Allah alone Why? Because that is the purpose of your creation.

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Why have people been created

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to worship Allah subhana wa tada alone. So every time that a people forgot their purpose in life, Allah subhanaw taala sent a messenger to them.

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A Warner to them to remind them of their purpose in life.

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And the messenger clarify to them that man or woman Eli him

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or the jet convener to middle of Beco

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Certainly already assign a clear evidence has come to you from your Lord.

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But you know has come to you What does that mean? But you know, is from very unknown from Diane

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To be clear, so by Gina is a clear evidence and evidence that is clear in and of itself and it also clarifies whatever it is proving.

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So abena has come to you, what does the you know refer to a miracle, a clear sign that proves my truthfulness.

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Because the people of Sally Harrison and the people assembled, they demanded that Sally Harrison I must show a miracle to them. And if he shows a miracle to them, then they will believe

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so he says to them, that a clear evidence a miracle that proves my truthfulness has already come to you.

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Therefore, believe in me and worship only Allah

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heavy naka de la de la comme a

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this she camel is what is the she camel of Allah

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and it is local for you I at an aside

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assign of what

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assign of my truthfulness.

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It's a miracle from Allah. So what do we learn that the beginner the miracle that was sent to them was a chic mo

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the word Napa is from the room flutters moonwalk off,

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and the word NACA is actually used for something that is the best or something that is very refined. And according to the Arabs, a camel especially a female camel, she camel was one of the best things that they could ever own.

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So this is the sheik ammo of law. Why is it called ci camel of Allah?

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Because it was sent by Allah subhanaw taala without any sub without any cause.

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Generally a camel How do you get it

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through another camel ride a camel gives birth to another camel and you have it but this camel was not given birth to

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rather as inshallah will mention to you, it came out of Iraq.

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And that was the demand of the people of the moon, that from this rock, a she camel should walk out should come before us. So that's why it is called NACA Allah because Allah subhanaw taala sent it to them. He brought it into existence without any setup without any cause.

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So it is for you and I.

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Furthermore, so you will leave it meaning leave the she camel alone? Let it be. Don't bother her. Don't confine her to replace the roof, the roof and the roof gutters, well, then

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let her be free. And don't use it for anything. Because it eats. Feel the lay in the land of Allah.

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Meaning let it graze freely in the land, because all land belongs to

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Allah subhanaw taala What am I so heavy Sue in and do not touch it with any evil. Meaning, don't hit her. Don't try to slaughter her. Don't try to abuse her. Let them assume, assuming Don't touch her with an evil intention. Why? Because if you do so fair, holder calm. Consequently, it will seize you or they will leave a painful punishment. Meaning if you try to harm the she camel in any way, you're going to suffer a painful punishment.

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We learned that the people of the mood. They demanded a specific miracle.

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And they asked that a pregnant she can not just as she can, but it should also be pregnant. It should emerge. It should come out of Iraq that was in the area of unhedged

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and sila Harrison um he began praying to Allah subhanaw taala for the miracle. And within moments, a she camel, covered in thick wool, walked out of Iraq, basically, there was a huge rock, it cracked open, and from it came out a chic ammo that was huge in its size. It was covered in thick wool, and it was also pregnant. And it is said that the fetus, it was visibly moving, like it was fully pregnant.

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And it was a pure miracle.

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And upon this, obviously people were amazed. And some of them a few of them actually believed.

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They actually believed because this is the miracle that they demanded. So they believed immediately upon seeing the miracle.

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Just as when musalla center when he threw his stuff, and it ate up the sticks and the ropes of the magicians what happened to the magicians, they believed immediately,

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but at the same time there was further on and what did he do? He refused to believe despite seeing the miracle and it's

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He stopped others from believing.

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Similarly over here as well, some people believe, but there were others who became stubborn. And they didn't just disbelieve themselves. But they also asked also forced others to deny to give up their belief.

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And remember that the she camel, it was very huge. And it was also on top of that pregnant. Therefore it drank a lot of water, and it also ate a lot.

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And this was a source of great trouble for who, for the people.

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Because just imagine, your resources are limited, your water supply is limited, it's not that you open the tap and the water runs for 15 hours if it has to. If it's left open, no, they have to draw water out of a well. And at the same time, their pasture was also limited. They also had animals of their own.

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But this candle was so huge that it would drink a lot of water. And at the same time, it would also eat up a lot of the grass, a lot of the pasture

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and this made their resources scarce.

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So this she Tamil became a great test for them.

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Because of this reason, they wish to get rid of it. Which is why sidecar is an asset to them that further Oh her lever. Don't bother her. Don't harm her in any way. don't restrict her. Don't confine her. Let her be free.

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Coffee or the law E. If it's eating, it's the land of Allah. And you demanded this miracle anyway.

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You demanded the miracle. Now you have to suffer the consequences as well.

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And they intended to slaughter the chicken when as well and suddenly had Islam warn them that if you do so, then what's going to happen?

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a painful punishment is going to descend upon you.

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We learned so little copper I number 27 and 28 that in mozilo, neuropathy, fitness and the home for the cable home was a bit

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indeed we are sending the she camel as a trial for them. So watch them and be patient.

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When a bit home unelma akismet on baina home colusa beam Masada

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and inform them that the water is shared between them each day of drink attended by turn.

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So basically the sheet was sent as a test for them. They demanded the miracle and the same miracle became a great test for them.

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Why? Because if she can, we would drink a lot, it would eat a lot. So they were told one day is the turn of the she camel, and the other day is your turn.

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So one day is exclusively for the she camel to drink. It's only open to her the well or the water sources only open to her. And one day, it's your turn.

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So what do we learn from this? What's the main lesson we learned from this is

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that oftentimes, people make dots for some things without realizing their consequences.

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Over here, the people demanded a miracle. And not just that something should be shown to them but they asked a specific miracle that a she camel pregnancy camel huge should walk out to the rock.

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Now it came before them. But the same she camel became a test for them.

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Similarly, we pray for some things, which when we receive them, when we are granted those things, the same things become a great test for us.

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Now doesn't mean we shouldn't pray for things. We shouldn't ask Allah subhanaw taala for things that we want for things that we think are good for us. No, we should.

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That's not what we're being told. Rather, whenever we ask for something, we should ask for the faith in it as well.

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Which is why we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam every time he made it there are so many there as we learn that all I asked you for the height that is in it

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and I seek your refuge from the shell that is in it.

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Like for example, I asked you for the good of this night, every evening when the profit sort of artisan would make

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that Aloma in the US elega Hydra mafia, well, were to become in charge he will feel

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similarly for the day. Similarly for wearing the clothes. Each time he wore a new garment. What are the profits or loss of Southern pray that he has a Luca higher honor Sonia Allah who I asked you for the good that it was made for, and I seek your refuge from the evil that it was made for.

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So this is something that is very important for us.

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That whenever we ask for something whenever we pray for

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For something, make sure that you ask for the hate in it. And make sure that you seek a loss of Paradise refuge from the evil that is in it.

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What guru and you all remember meaning sila Harris and I'm sad to them that remember call to mind or people or people have submitted his journal konkola for member Dr. Then when he made you reading what Allah subhanaw taala made you qualified successors when member Dr. Then after the people of art,

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that the people of odd they were destroyed. And a few of those who survived,

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who became their successors.

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It was the people of the moon.

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And Allah subhanaw taala made them qualified successors. Well Bower come and he has settled you fill up in the earth, but whatever from the room factors bear well, Hamza, and what does it mean, to settle someone in a place that is suitable for them

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to settle someone in a place that is suitable for them. So he has settled you, he has provided accommodation to you in the land, which land is this in the land of hedges. And it is said that this land of hedges was approximately 500 kilometers in radius was huge. And this is where they were settled.

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And it was a very suitable place for them to live in, will work on fill out.

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And it's so suitable for you that that you will take up Mensa hooli hair from its planes, or Suren palaces, that you can easily construct palaces and huge mansions were on the plains of this land.

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What an atonal de Bella Luton. And at the same time you carve out houses were in the mountains.

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So look at how suitable that area was to live.

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It wasn't just the plains that were suitable to live in. It was even the mountains, that they had constructed huge houses on plane land.

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And at the same time, they had carved out houses where in the mountainous areas, this is how comfortable lives these people were living.

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He says to them that that does not mean so Julio, so one is the plural of settle.

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What

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is

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the meaning of ease is actually secondary, the primary meaning of the word settle? is a plain ground. But is it plain ground? So basically, it's used for planes, soft and smooth land?

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How is it easy, it's easy to walk on it.

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It's easy to dig it.

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It's easy to construct buildings in it, it's easy to have agriculture on it. It's easy to do many things on it, in contrast to Rocky and mountainous areas. So mean, so who the hell meaning from explains the land that you live in? What do you do you make Kosova

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also is a plural of fossils.

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And also is from the fetters of sadara. And it's used for mentions for castles. Literally the word also means to cut short to shorten.

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What does cost me to cut short?

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So that

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it's shorter and smaller?

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Why is it called castle? Why is the palace called castle? What does it do?

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What does it do? Doesn't it reduce the area that is around it? Because it takes up so much land?

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If you have a specific piece of land and on that you build a huge house, a huge building? What is it going to do to the area that is around it? It's going to cut off a lot of it.

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We see that sometimes on small areas even people are constructing huge buildings and what is it doing as a result? It's reducing the area.

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So, you construct on the plains of your area what balances huge palaces, huge villas mansions, and it is said that they lived in these houses in the winter.

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So in the winter, where would they live in their castles in their mansions, which were constructed were on the planes on plane land on soft and smooth land.

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On the other hand within hirono de Bella, then who do live in rooms is known her neck

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and neck is to carve. What does it mean to carve? And specifically the word that is used for fine carving, fine carving that it also has a lot of detail in it. design.

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So what then hit on algebra and algebra is a plural of Jebel butan

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Homes don't have the word bait.

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They had carved out houses in Rocky Mountains, where they used to live in the summer.

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Why? Why do you think so? Because obviously it was mountainous over there. So in the summer, the temperature would be cooler up there, especially within rocks, it would be much cooler.

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So what does it show that these people were very wealthy, they were very well off. They lived comfortable lives. They had a lot of resources, they had a lot of skill, definitely a lot of labor, because of which they managed to construct houses, on planes, as well as carve out houses were in the mountains. They had skill, they had engineering, they had a lot of resources. So they were definitely very well off. So he reminds them of the great blessings of Allah subhanaw taala upon these people that look, in the winter, you live in certain houses, in summer you live in other houses.

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And this is a huge blessing of Allah subhanaw taala upon a person, that he doesn't just have one house, but he has two houses,

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two houses, it's a huge blessing.

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And it's at that almost all of them, they had two houses.

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First guru, Allah Allah, therefore remember the blessings of Allah. Remember the blessings of Allah penalty.

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And what is the mean by remembering the blessings of Allah being grateful for them?

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Notice the word Allah. Allah is the plural of alien.

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Remember, alien,

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and Indian is used for such a blessing, which when a person has he does not feel deprived.

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He doesn't have a sense of deprivation.

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He constantly has those blessings. And those blessings in particular, they don't let him have the sense of deprivation.

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For instance, a person has a house, a person has a car, a person has a family.

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He has enough income. So he doesn't have a sense of loss, a sense of deprivation compared to someone who does not own a house.

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Compared to someone who does not have a family.

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So first guru, Allah, Allah, remember the great blessings of Allah whenever autofill only muscadine and do not act wickedly in the earth as ones who spread corruption.

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The word Thoreau is from newsletters I am Yes. From the word ice. And the word

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is used for tangible facade physical facade.

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For instance, destroying buildings, setting houses on fire,

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burning forests, cutting down trees, burning fields. What is this physical facade, tangible facade?

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It is also that the word letter though is from the roof letters, I'd say Yeah.

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I'd say Yeah.

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Which means intangible asset? Or does it mean, facade corruption of the mind of the thought, of behavior of manners, of etiquettes, of dealing with one another.

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And the word ladder, I think can be from either

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side, that means don't do don't commit any tangible or intangible facade, whether it is in the rights of people, or it isn't the right of Allah subhanaw taala. Whether it is by committing gopher, or by acts of disobedience, let ourself in, don't act wickedly in the earth as well as move city, because if you do any type of facade, whether it is Aarthi, or ice, then what are you doing? You are being offset?

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So if you do earthy, or iced, and what are you doing, you are being offset?

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Often when people thrive, what are they more inclined to present?

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Instead of using their resources to benefit humanity, or being grateful to Allah subhanaw taala for them?

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What do they do? They are busy fulfilling their own desires, without caring for those around them,

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without caring for the earth around them, even

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for the resources around them. And as a result, they create a lot of facade. And this facade is not just physical, but at the same time, they also corrupt the thinking of people, they corrupt the minds of people.

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So these people were very well off.

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So Sally Hassan, he reminds them that what you have are all blessings from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And if you are grateful for the blessings of Allah, then don't use them to create corruption in the land

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Polamalu, he said who said and whether the cheats

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The eminent once

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again, remember, it's the mother, mainly who oppose the messenger.

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So the mother, they responded to sila Hassan. And these mother in particular, they were who alladhina stackable.

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Those people who were very arrogant men call me from his people,

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meaning they were too arrogant to have a man in Him, to believe in Him to listen to him to accept what he was saying.

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So they said, to who, Lil levina, to those who are still very full, they were considered weak, they were made weak.

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So the elite, the eminent ones, they said to those people who were weak of the society,

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but in particular, which weak of the society, Lehman, for those who have been home, who believed amongst them?

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So we see that there were two types of people in that society. There was a class system.

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One was of the mother of those who are very wealthy, those who are well off.

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And the other ones were who and Medina. So theory for those who were made weak. Why were they made weak? Perhaps a lot of labor was taken out for them. Because obviously, if you're constructing console, and at the same time, then he told you valuable youth and you need a lot of labor work, you need people to do that work.

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So definitely, there was a class system. There were two types of people in that society.

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And usually who believes in the messengers. It's those who were weaker.

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So amongst those weak, who had believed in Santa Santa Santa, what happened? The eminent ones, the rich people, they began arguing with them. They began casting doubts in their hearts.

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And what did they say to the believers? That aterna Muna. Do you know, that unnecessarily Han masala Merapi? that, indeed, Salah is actually Mosul from his Lord?

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Mossad meaning a messenger? Meaning How do you know that? Definitely, he is a messenger from your Lord? Are you sure about that?

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A foreigner moon, do you really know? Can you actually prove it? Can you actually answer this question?

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Do you really know that indeed, sada is a messenger from his Lord?

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And this is something that many people do,

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they will ask set questions which cannot be answered, why, just to create doubts in the hearts of people.

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Because if you think of it, this is a matter of Amen. This is a matter of Eman, willhave.

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And Eman will live cannot be proven.

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You cannot prove there is no physical evidence that you can show. So over here, they're asking a thermal model. How do you know can you prove it? Do you really know that he's actually a messenger from his Lord?

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Allah they said, meaning the believers responded that yes, of course, he is. In Bhima, audyssey, la vehement minimoon Indeed, we are believers in everything that he has been sent with Vemma with whatever that he has been sent with, we are believers in it,

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whether it is his prophethood, or it is a message that he has brought, or it is a miracle that he has shown

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the she camel, everything that he has come with, we believe in that.

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So what do we learn from this ayah

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that first of all, generally, it is the weakened the society, who respond to the call of the messenger. And this was not just in the people of the move. But even at the time of the Prophet sort of all the sudden, who responded to this call. It was mainly the poor people. It was mainly the slaves, the oppressed ones,

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because they are not lost in the indulgent of this world, in the pleasures of this world.

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They know how to sacrifice. They know how to look beyond themselves. They don't have an ego problem.

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compared to those people who are lost in this world, who are lost in enjoying this world, because they have an ego problem. They don't want to leave their comforts. for them. Anyone saying that he is a messenger of law means that what he's saying is a threat to their honor, is a threat to their leadership. Therefore, it is generally the poor ones or the weaker ones who respond to the call of the messenger.

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Secondly, we also learned from this ayah that many times, the intellectuals or the elite, the worldly people, of the society, what do they do? They create doubts in the hearts of people. How

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by throwing questions which cannot be answered,

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by asking such questions, which really cannot be answered, there is no answer to them.

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Or they will touch only on controversial issues about who about the person who is doing that.

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They will not be concerned about what they're saying, what they have been doing, what efforts they have put in. Rather, they will touch on something that is completely controversial. And sometimes it may be completely false, it may have no reality to it.

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accusing someone who has served Islam for so many years off, cheating.

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This is what touching on controversial issues, or things that are false why to create doubts in the hearts of sincere believers, that we cannot even trust our Muslim leaders anymore. We cannot even trust our Muslim scholars anymore.

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So it is generally the elite, the prosperous, the worldly people of the society, who touch on these issues, who discuss these issues. And many times they incorporate a lot of falsehood in this. Why? To create doubt in the hearts of believers,

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that they do not trust one another. They begin to doubt one another. Because when they're seeing a third omona do you really know? What are they doing? They're actually creating doubt in the hearts of the believers. So this is their aim.

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We learn instead of the camera I number 25 that the people said Olga de que la him in Bay, Nina Balu occurred there been a shift. Has the message been sent out upon him from among us. Rather, he is an incident flyer. This is what they said. And obviously when you hear such things over and over again, then you begin to doubt your leaders you begin to doubt those people who are teaching you the deen.

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But don't fall into this propaganda. Just as the believers and Sally had as an alternative not following this propaganda. What did they say in the mail? All the celebrity mocked me. No. We're believers.

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are in Edina stackable the arrogant people. What do they say that in? Indeed we believe it with that which meant to be that you believe in caffeine, we deny. We're denies we're just believers in what in that which you believe in

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and look at how they say this with so much confidence

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that what you believe in, we disbelieve in it.

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They say this with so much confidence. Why?

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So that perhaps these people will follow them in their disbelief.

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Because remember, it's generally the elite who are followed by the rest of the society blindly.

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Whatever they will wear, whatever they will say wherever they will go people will do that blindly without thinking.

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So they say we just believe very arrogantly with a lot of pride in hopes that the rest of the people will also follow them in the same way in disbelieving and Salahuddin Salah.

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It is said that anessa Allah Dini manoukian, that people are under religion of their kings of their leaders.

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So why are they saying this? That inability mmm to be careful when we disbelieve in that which you believe in so that the people would follow them in their disbelief. So what happened for okoto nacada. So they hamstrung the sheik Mo.

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ACO from the real fetters. I'm

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sorry, Hassan had warned them Don't touch her with any evil don't, because as a result, what's going to happen and evil punishment is going to descend upon you.

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But they didn't pay any heed. They were so arrogant that they actually killed the sheikh mo

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You know, one is to tie her up. And the other is getting her they went to the extreme. I've gotten

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the word alcohol is from Brooklyn.

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And Brooklyn, is to injure it is to give a wound. The same word is also used for the hamstring, the hamstring muscle,

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or the tendon at the back of the knee.

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And according to some, it is the muscle of the foot, the tendon in the foot

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and a camel when it is slaughtered.

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Because it is so huge. You cannot lay down on the ground and then slaughter it.

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It's not possible because it's huge. And if you try to do that, it's possible that it will let loose it will get up and it will run away.

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This is the other day somebody was mentioning to me that once they had seen a cow being slaughtered and it was a very huge cow.

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The cow was so big that as soon as people put a slit on the neck, the cow just got up and it ran away.

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And just imagine

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The neck was hanging, and it was running. And eventually it fell. Why? Because the people could not control it. So just imagine if slaughtering a cow is so difficult how difficult it would be to slaughter a camel. So what do people do first? Generally, they got the tendon off of the leg or off the foot,

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as a result of which the camel cripples to the ground, and then the slaughtering immediately

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because it's difficult to control such a huge camel, which is why if there are many animals that are being slaughtered, at the same time, how can you control each and every single one of them? It's not possible. So, therefore, if machines are used or if a slight chalk is given just to control the animal, just enough that the animal does not die, it is permissible. Why? Because it does not kill the animal but if you know that it kills the animal that is a different case.

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So for ocho Nakata, they hamstrung the chicken with meaning they killed it, they slaughtered it. Because cutting the tendon, what is it mark the beginning of the slaughter.

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So they kill the camel.

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What Otto and they acted incidently, on me robbing him about the order of their Lord.

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I thought was from their own letters, I thought, Well, what does it mean? To be insolent

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to exceed the limits?

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It is such disobedience or exceeding of limits. That is because of Cuba. That is because of arrogance, that because of arrogance, the person doesn't care about the limits.

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A person does not care about what he has been told. The person does not care about the restrictions. He just does whatever he wants to. And what is it driven by arrogance. So it's disobedience that is driven by arrogance. I thought they didn't care. They were too arrogant to obey what? The armor of their Lord the command of their Lord. What was the command that Allah subhanaw taala had given them that don't slaughter the sheikh, and

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they didn't care

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what color and they said, meaning when the solder the camel, they said you're solid or solid? It dinner be my 30 dooner

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bring us what you have threatened us with.

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What did he threaten them with?

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a painful punishment. If they touch the she came in with some evil.

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So this photo that she came up and nothing happened.

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So they demanded very arrogantly that Oh, Sally, bring us what you threaten us with bring the punishment where's the punishment? In contaminated more serene if you really have those weapons and if you really have the messengers

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and many times people do this,

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that they will deliberately disobey. They will deliberately insult and humiliate the Quran for instance, or the prophets or the lioness, Allah, they will say such words or they will do such things for which there is clear punishment in the Quran and Sunnah.

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And when they do it, nothing happens. What do they say? Where's the punishment? See, nothing happens. You just have to get over it yourself. It's all falsehood. No, Allah subhanaw taala knows best when to send the punishment. And it's actually the mercy of Allah, that he does not send the punishment immediately. That he gives time to people to realize what they have done, and repent from their mistake.

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So the set to solid harness and I'm very arrogantly that it would be my 30 do not bring us what you promised us what you threatened us with in contaminant? masuri

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What do we learn from this ayah? First of all, we learn

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that when a person cooperates with someone in doing something wrong, then he has a share in it. whether or not he actively participates in.

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Because we see over here, the farok, auto nepata, all of them all of the people of the mood, the hamstring the shake mo

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Is it possible that the entire nation together at once slaughter the camel?

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It's not possible. It was perhaps two or three, maybe nine of them maybe more, maybe less? A few people only can slaughter a camel at a time.

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So why is everyone blamed for it? Of course, they

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because they agreed. They support it.

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They all supported them.

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This is why they shared the crime. They shared the crime, although they did not actively participate in it. But because they promoted it, they encourage it. This is why they shared in the crime.

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We learned that it was only nine people. nine people who actually killed the camel who actually killed the camel.

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I will Jennifer injuries. He wrote in the steps here that two women

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From the people have they played a major role in the killing of the sheikh hammer.

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It is said that there was a woman by the name of Oman. And she had many beautiful daughters. And she said to one of them, to proclaim that whoever kills the camel, I will offer myself to that man.

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Similarly, they there was another woman by the name of Southern bent al mahaya. And she said that she will offer herself to the man who will kill the chicken. Obviously, when this happened, there were two men who responded positively designed those women, and they dare to kill the she camel, and who were they they will put out even Salif and most out there, even marriage.

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And these two people, they did not go and kill the camel themselves. Instead, they recruited seven other men as well. Why? In order to assist them, because remember, killing the camel is not even the work of two people.

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You need a lot of people to help you. So they recruited seven other men to a system

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and they approach the rest of the people to seek their opinion with regards to slaughtering the she camel.

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So basically, it's as if they went around taking votes, asking the people okay, what do you say?

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Should we kill the camera? Should we not kill the chicken?

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And obviously, what did they say to the people that look this she camel is drinking up all your water. At the same time she's eating up all your grass. Nothing is being left for you. Life has become so difficult for us. It's affecting our resources. Let's get rid of it. Everyone agreed.

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And one day, these two people they waited until the camera left the water well,

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and CODEL. He waited beside a rock on its back.

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And on the other hand was out there he waited by another rock. And as a camel passed by Mossad there he shot an arrow at her and the arrow pierced her leg.

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So what did they do? They hamstrung the she camel

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we learned the Quran elsewhere as well. into the shops that forget the boo boo, boo ha for them de la hombre boom beat Ambien for Sawa. When I have Raka

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that they denied him and they killed it. So their Lord destroyed them because of their sin and made them equal in destruction. He made them equal in destruction for so well. Why? Because all of them participated in the crime, if not actively, at least they supported it.

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Then we also learned over here in this ayah that many times people do something wrong.

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And based on their arrogance, what do they demand

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the punishment to descend upon them immediately.

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This is something that the people of Macau also did.

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There is something that they did as well. That because we are denying we're not believing in Mohammed salatu salam, they prayed for onterra Elena hayata, Minister, Minnesota, all the rain down upon us rocks from the sky, they demand the punishment and similarly the people of the Moodle today.

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And once that if that we learned instead of truth, I am number 65 that they were told the matter roofie daddy comes LS at a yummy. Enjoy yourselves in your homes for three days. Enjoy yourselves in your homes for how long?

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For three days,

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that we learned that these people when they kill the she camel, the punishment did not descend upon them. They were told wait for three days. And each day they became more and more arrogant.

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It is said that finally on the day when the punishment was to descend, they dress themselves up and they became very happy like see there is no punishment.

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So the word that Allah subhanaw taala has used earlier for them, though. It's very befitting

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that it was their arrogance that drove them to such disobedience, that they didn't care at all.

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And when people are like that when they become extremely arrogant, it shows in their manner in their speech in their walk in their behavior, in their entire lifestyle.

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And this was your lifestyle as well.