Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 09 – L093B

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Al-Araf 3-137 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 103-109

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Lesson number 93, SoCal are off number 103 to 137.

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Some of our snam in barra de Moosa ba Tina.

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Then we sent

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after them musasa them with our signs. After who,

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after the previous messengers who have been mentioned thus far,

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who has been mentioned thus far, numerous of them who'd already said I'm slowly loot and Srebrenica

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after them Allah subhanaw taala sent musar Assalam which Messiah Salah

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Musa even Iran who was sent to the Bani Israel who was from the Bani Israel.

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mozzarella Sanam is mentioned about 130 times in the Quran and he is the Kadima.

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The one who Allah spoke to,

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and he is the album he is a greatest of all the prophets who were sent to the Bani Israel.

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So most foreigners sent him was sent with our is, what does is refer to the miracles that Allah subhanaw taala had given him. And after miracles, the most important ones were first of all, there are saw the staff of musasa which performed various miracles, he would throw it and it would turn into a snake.

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Similarly, he threw it in the water, and the sea split open.

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Later on in the desert, he struggled on the rock, and out of it springs gushed forth.

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So it was a miracle that massart Islam was given.

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Along with Arosa, he was also given the medal by the glowing hand,

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the glowing hand, meaning his hand was such that when he would put it under his arm, and he would bring it out, it would be glowing.

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And it would not glow because of some illness or because of some burning. It was a miracle that Allah subhanaw taala had given him.

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And all of these miracles, they approved the truthfulness of musasa. And he was sent what these is to who in a theater owner, woman

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who has her own

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fit our own is the title of the ancient Egyptian kings.

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It's the title of the ancient Egyptian kings, just as in Persia, their kings were known as kisara, Caesar, and in Rome, their kings were known as basis. So a lot of parents are sent busara send em to fit our own,

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and which fit our own was it at that time.

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It is said that this was meant for the son of Ramses, the first of the 18th dynasty.

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And it said that it was around 1500 BC, that is when musallam went to that

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woman, he and also his cheeps, his leaders, his elite, whose elite, the elite of federal.

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Now, what does it mean by the manner over here,

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manner over here can refer to the quarters, or it can refer to the elite of the Egyptian civilization. So musasa was especially sent to the elite. Why? Because people are generally on the religion of who,

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of the elite of their kings.

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And this was, especially at that time, that people they follow the religion of who their kings, their leaders, whatever they did, that's what the people did. An ordinary person would not make a choice would not make a decision for himself.

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Today, we have freedom that the people before did not enjoy.

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Today, a king, the leader, the President can have one religion and the citizen of that country can have another religion.

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And the citizen will not be forced to have the same religion as that of the king. However, at that time, it was the mela that ruled and the ordinary people they followed. So musasa was especially sensitive in our own and his manner, because they were the leaders and whatever they would do, the followers would do that as well.

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And generally, if you think of the elite, they are more educated, they are more intellectual.

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So they're expected to understand better compared to someone who doesn't know more than what he's supposed to do to earn bread at the end of the day.

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So they were expected to understand to accept because of the intelligence that they had been given because of the life experience that they had.

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However, they saw those miracles, and what was their reaction for them will be here.

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But they did injustice towards them. They're wrong, the miracles How? What was their loan towards the miracle? What does world mean?

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Rome is what a shame if you lady Mohan Lee to play something where it does not belong.

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So where should miracles be placed? Where there's even meaning they should be believed in.

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But if a person denies the miracles does not believe in them, what is that towards the miracles, so

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they're not being given their help.

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falala will be here. They did learn towards the Ayat of Allah towards the ayah that were given to Busan escena.

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Instead of believing in those miracles and believing in Masada center, what did they do? They call the miracles magic.

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And they called musala. Salaam, a magician,

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funds or So look, gave I can argue with the move city, how was the consequence of those who spread mischief?

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Who doesn't move city in refer to fit our own and his men who refuse to believe?

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And instead, they try to compete with the ayatollah. They denied they rejected they did go towards the AI that was their facade. Look at their consequence, how long punish them how a lot drowned on of them for their own and his entire army his minute they were drowned before the very eyes of Bunny is about you.

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So what can we learn from this ayah?

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First of all, that all messengers were sent with some evidences with some miracles.

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As we learned earlier, in the previous incidents that were mentioned, almost all of the prophets What did they say the other con beginner to middle of

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assign has come to you from your Lord, a sign that proves my truthfulness.

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So all messengers were given something or the other that prove their truthfulness.

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Because it is only fair for people to see something that is miraculous, which demonstrates the truthfulness of the one who is claiming to be a messenger. Because an AI could claim to be a messenger, are you required to believe in it? No, he has to show something. But I then remember that the miracle is not everything.

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That just because someone shows something strange, it means that he's performing a miracle. And definitely he's a messenger. No.

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What is more important is the message which that person is conveying.

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What is he saying? What message is he conveying? It's not just about the miracle, the miracle is only a support. The main thing is the message that what is that messenger campaign

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because the jail also he will show many feeds, he will cause the sky to rain, he will cause a dead person to come alive. Does that mean you should be believed in you should be followed? No. Just because someone is demonstrating something strange does not mean you must be believed. And that's only an aid. What's the main thing? It's the message? What is he conveyed?

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Secondly, we also learned from this is that mozzarella salad was sent to the mother in particular.

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Why? Because if you can change the Mullah, then you can change you

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the people as well, then you can change the people as well.

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So when doing Dawa, be smart when doing any work be smart

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in the sense that go through the channel that will be more effective that will produce more results.

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And this is exactly what musasa was made to do as well.

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We don't insert the number is number 13 and 14 with regards to the loan that the fitter own in his wallet committed against the Ayat of Allah.

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That felon magic atom is now mobile sir Ratan kalu had a secret movie. But when there came to them our visible signs they said this is obvious magic. This was their loan towards the eyes of Allah. What Joe had to be here was the connector and foster home. And they rejected them while their inner selves were convinced of it.

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In their hearts, they knew that what Messiah is showing is not magic. It is a miracle. But still What did they do? They denied how why lumen Waterloo were

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out of injustice and arrogance funds okay for Canada we've seen that look, how was the end of those people who spread corruption.

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And we learned that their facade of their own in his manner was also that they hindered other people from believing in Masada center.

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They hindered other people from believing in musasa

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because the malla they refused

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believe they call it magic.

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But the ordinary people when they saw the miracles, they were definitely impressed and they want you to believe. However, we learned into that unit number 83, that former Mr. Lee Moosa 11 return Min comi.

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But no one believed in Musa SNM except some youth among these people, some young people, only they believe in musasa

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widen the rest of the people believe are the whole finman fitter owner woman at him out of fear of fit our own, and his establishment and the FDA know that they will persecute them.

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So they didn't just do well on the ad by disbelieving in them. But they also did zoom on the ad by preventing others from believing in them. This was their facade. And look at how our last panel data destroyed them.

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And there's a great lesson in this for us. That no matter who a person is, no matter how successful he is, in this dunya no matter how wealthy, how prosperous he is, if he does not believe, if he does not submit, if he does not perform, then Allah does not care about his prosperity than Allah does not care about all the wealth that he has amassed because Allah sent musar listen to for their own in his mullet, and he says look at the consequence of the move city

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through their own head, many supporters, but they were of no benefit to him when he denied

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what Allah Musa and moosari Sam said, Yeah, fit our own or fit our own. In Nila Suna middle of Bella alameen indeed, I'm a messenger of who of the Lord of the worlds

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I have come to you to tell you about the truth. And the one who sent me is who He is the Creator, the master, the owner of the entire world, the King of all kings, the king of everything.

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And by saying me Rasulullah Mirabella I mean I am a messenger from the Lord of the worlds. What is Masada, send them indirectly telling them

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that you are not the Lord of the worlds because for their own also claim to be God. He said, hon Allah, I am your greatest Lord. He said that, and the people literally worshipped him.

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However, when Messiah Sam said that I am the Lord of the worlds, he is indirectly hinting that the real Lord is the Lord of the worlds and you are not the Lord of the words. And I'm the messenger of the lord of the words.

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Happy vanilla, who is obligated,

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healthy vanilla, this is connected with Rasulullah Midler behind me, I'm a messenger of the Lord of the worlds and the messenger of the Lord of the worlds is obligated, happy, Ananda, it is mandatory on him.

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The word happy is from the newsletters help offer and happy is from how what is happening through

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that which is in accordance with reality.

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That which is in accordance with reality. And you know that the word help applies to truth it applies to right. And the word help also applies to an obligation, that which is incumbent that which is duty, a duty. So how can I allow What does it mean? Meaning on me, it is an obligation, it is an obligation on who on me, what Allah akula that I must not say,

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the incentive meaning

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that it is befitting and it is appropriate for me and it is an obligation upon me, unless akula that I do not say or the law here against Allah inland hoc except the truth.

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In other words, as a messenger of God, I will only convey to you that which is true.

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As a messenger of Allah, I will only convey to you that which is the truth, because that is what is mandatory on me. I cannot invent something for myself. I cannot make something of my own accord nor whatever I am telling you is from Allah, because that is what befits me as a messenger of Allah.

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Allah can be the Unity middle of become. In fact, I have come to you with a clear evidence from my Lord. And this clear evidence, it proves the fact that I'm a messenger of Allah

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for ourselves, so send Maria with me, Bani Israel are the children of Israel.

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Meaning let them go release them, send them with me to their home, because they are from the offspring of honorable friends.

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Ibrahim is happy to release them so that they can worship Allah Who is your Lord as well as our Lord.

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And we learned earlier that every messenger was sent to guide people, to what to the hate.

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Every messenger said to his people or with Allah.

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But along with that the messenger also went with the mission to reform the practices of the people, if they were committing any injustice, that had to be fixed, if it was hard on ways of satisfying their desires, it had to be corrected. If it was incorrect ways. In business transaction even they had to be corrected.

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Over here, what was the problem in federal own and his country? Yes, there was Shrek. But at the same time, there was also a lot of oppression, especially against the Bani Israel, because the entire nation of Bani Israel had been enslaved.

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So most of our salon went to fit our own with

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two missions.

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First of all, to convey the heat and secondly, to end the oppression that was dominant in that society. So his mission was to free Bani Israel. Why?

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So that they could worship a lot freely. Because when a person is chained when a person is enslaved, whether it is mental slavery or physical slavery, then he's not able to worship.

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So they have to be released, so that they could worship Allah freely.

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As you know, that use of our listener when he was given authority in Egypt, he called his parents and his entire family over there. And all of them migrated from Philistine were to Egypt. And they all resided over there and then multiplied over there. Their numbers grew, they lived with a lot of dignity. With a lot of honor and respect in Egypt and the people of Egypt, the locals, they had immense respect for them. However, over time as a left to the as a Jew farther away from the last panel data, before sending the final punishment, what is the last point Ursa Minor punishment, and that was in the form of slavery for the Bani Israel.

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their duty was to live as Muslims was to live as those who are obedient to Allah. Instead of doing that, they became slaves to the dunya. And when they became slaves with dunya, Allah subhanaw taala, literally made them slaves that are loomio on their own, so that they would become humble before Allah.

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This is an example of minor punishment that is sent on people so that they turn to Allah.

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Likewise, if you look at our situation, the Muslim woman,

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even we have been chosen, not just so that we can live in this dunya with a lot of honor and dignity and show off that yes, we're the chosen people, we have the truth. No, it's so that we live as worshipers of Allah. And we convey the message to the rest of the people as well. But if we don't do that, then what's going to happen, we're also going to be given in slavery, whether it is defendants and other people, or it is utter humiliation before them.

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That other nations and other countries, they can treat us however they want. And we don't have the guts to speak up. We cannot defend ourselves. This is a form of punishment. This is a form of oppression.

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And this is because we're not doing what we were responsible with. And this is exactly what happened with the bunny is slightly this way.

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We learned that at the time of our model, they learn once he was going toward the area of Philistine when the Muslims, they had conquered Philistine. And he came across a place where there was a puddle of mud and water. So our VEDA even generar. He said, Oh, you're the halifa term of meaning and you should be sitting on the right. There's so much mud, there's so many puddles over here, sit on the right or else the villagers will see that the Muslim leader is coming through mode. Seeing this, they might have negative thoughts about you and think that you are someone who is insignificant, looking at your clothes, looking at the fact that you're not writing an animal, they might not treat

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you with respect.

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So you should write the animal so that they at least have some respect for you.

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And overall, the learner. He said, ahead, yeah, early on you over beta.

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Do you know which state we were in? Where we were? Allah gave us respect and honor through Islam.

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And our honor is with Islam.

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Allah give us honor through what Islam and our honor is with Islam. If we seek to gain respect from ways other than Islam, that Allah will disgrace us.

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What is our problem today? To get honor, we are going everywhere, but the religion of Allah.

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And we think that a return to the religion of a month and we will not have honor, but the fact is that a lot give us honor through this religion

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and our honor

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With this religion,

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if we leave it, we will never have dignity, we will never have honor.

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And the same thing happened with the Bani Israel.

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So in order to free them, Allah subhanaw taala sent to musasa. So musasa conveyed the message of the hate to fit our own in his mother. And at the same time he also said, I will say Maria Bani Israel sand with me, but he is slightly meaning let them go. Freedom, set them free.

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They need to be freed so that they can worship Allah.

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Allah, he said, who said, fit outside Tucson, Arizona,

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in Kentucky, Derby 18 if you have come with an idea, with a miracle that shows you truthfulness, devia, then bring it forth, meaning show it in conterminous saw the pain if you really truthful, meaning we're not going to believe in what you're saying. You better prove to us first if you are really a messenger.

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And as you have said that you have a vagina, you have an evidence you have an ayah if you have it, then show it to us so that we know really that you are speaking the truth. Otherwise, we will not accept your request. So what happened was there is an ad for elkaar sahoo. So he threw his stuff up in court, which is to throw to set forth to Flink. So he through I saw

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I saw it from the room factories I inside Yeah. And what does ask me a staff, when in particular it is used for such a staff that is thick, and it is strong. And it's generally used for the staff of a shepherd. Why? Because it has to be a construct.

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It cannot be flimsy cannot be too thin.

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Because if it is then how will he be able to, for instance, hike up the mountains if he has to take his goats up there

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or cross rocks and water and such things he needs a thick rod. And with that also he needs to be able to let down the leaves of the trees for his animals. So he needs a rod that is thick. So outside is the staff of who

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have a shepherd Why? Because it is thick, it is strong.

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There are other words used for other types of steps as well. For instance, Mensa is used for the staff of an elderly person or of a person who was sick. A person who because of some weakness because of some injury, because of old age. He is using a staff but what is that called minsa.

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So for el caso musar SLM through his stuff, any other word from the same look inside Yeah.

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So is he and what does that mean? disobedience. Because when a person disobeys and what does he need?

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The stick fat either, then behold, instantly, all of a sudden What happened?

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Here it became meaning that all saw became sir Ben oumou been a serpent that was manifest a clear serpent it became.

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Sir Ben is from New fetters. Sir ainda

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is from the reflectors sir. And sir Ben is used for a gigantic snake, a huge serpent.

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And it's used for both masculine as well as feminine whether that snake is male or female, that doesn't matter. theraband is a huge snake.

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And salmon basically means to cause something to flow.

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What does it mean to cause something to flow and a huge snake what happens to it? It moves it's so it is flowing so far, either here or Banu, moonbeam. And it was moving meaning it was alive. It was real, alive snake that was moving. And it was huge. It was clear before the eyes of people.

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Even about something I know he said that the staff it turned into a huge snake that opened its mouth and rushed towards fit own.

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And when fit our own saw the snake rushing towards him he jumped from his throne and cried to Musa for help. So that Moosa would remove the snake away from him and musasa landed there.

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Whenever there is a who, and he drew out his hand, who musalla Center, he showed another miracle, NASA to pull out to take away

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so he pulled out his hand from where from his pocket

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or from the fold of Israel

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from his pocket or from the fold of Israel. Not the pocket on the side but the pocket on the chest.

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The word that is used elsewhere is J. And that's used for the pocket that is on the chest, or the fold of his rope. So for example, a person is wearing a shawl or a rope, where one part of it overlaps the other. Just imagine a person inserts the hand over there, for similarly, he inserted his hand over there, and he drew it out for either here. Thereupon, it was instantly it became by your ball, it was shining, Linares lien for those who look.

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Notice the word either. What does it mean?

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When, but either is also used for fudger for their ear, what does it mean? instantly, within moments within seconds.

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So either is also used for fudger, where it gives a meaning of instantly within moments, and it's called either for the year.

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And there are other usages of either as well.

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So far, either here by law liminality. So all of a sudden, it became paper. What does that mean, by law ends with what?

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Elif? manduca? What does that mean? It's feminine? For what? Why is it feminine? What does it refer to?

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The hand? When is there a year the hufa era here? What is he or?

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She, it? What does it refer to yet? And what is yet it's a body part that comes in pairs. And remember, it's oneness summary.

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So that's why it's very long. And baileigh is a feminine have a built, what does that mean? That which is very white, extremely white. So by law, extremely white, shining, glowing, radiant, Lin azulene, for those who are looking, meaning every person who was there in the quarter for their own, he saw that hand blowing. Because just imagine there's a crowd of people, and one person is showing something, is everybody able to see it? Not necessarily, because of the crowd, perhaps you're very far, perhaps you're behind the person who was showing something. But the hand It was glowing, and the light was so much that everyone could look at it. It was by thought linearly, it was radiant

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with light.

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Instead of the natural eye number 12. We learn what as a leader, kaffee j. Baker, the whole job a lot, I mean lady suit,

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and put your hand into the opening of your garment, it will come out white without any disease.

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So it was not white because of leprosy, or because of some sickness because of illness. Rather, it was a miracle that was given to him.

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And notice Allah subhanaw taala says Nelson he, the people side with their eyes

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or their mother, the eminent one said, again, it's the elite. They said, Men counterfeiter owner from the people of Iran. So off the coptics, the elite, the mullet, what did they say? And to who did they say this to? They said this to one another. Or they said to fit our own in particular, that in Heather lesser hidden or lean? That indeed this is surely a magician who is knowledgeable.

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This person is a knowledgeable magician. He is a very experienced magician.

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If you look at it, it's the Muller who are telling

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and what is her own do? He actually accepts what they're saying.

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But he was supposed to be the God. So why is he listening to his people? Shouldn't he be telling them? If he's supposed to be God? If he's supposed to be knowing the unseen? What does it show

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that it was all fake, he was not a God at all. He was only a human being.

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Because his malah are telling him that this person is only a magician. So in reality, he was a puppet in the hands of who in the hands of his mela.

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Because he is listening to what they're saying. They're telling him what he should be thinking, what he should be believing.

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And if a person ever uses his own internet, then he will not listen to everything that other people are saying. But often what happens people don't think for themselves instead, what do they do? They follow what other people are saying. They see something, they hear something, they want something the way that other people interpret it, they follow them instead of using their own mind. The similarly over here, instead of using his own mind, what does fit our own do? He listens to his Mullah.

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And what did they say that this person is only a magician.

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And notice most artists alone didn't come there to show

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Magic. What did he say? This let these people go. That's it. This let these people go.

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But what are they doing?

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They're attacking musasa Lam's personality.

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This is called character assassination.

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The messenger is coming with the mission with a message to convey.

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And what are they saying? He is a magician.

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And this is something that is so common.

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A person is doing garwa a person is teaching the dean. And if you cannot challenge what they're saying, What do people do?

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What do they do?

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They attack their character.

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They will accuse them of fraudulent activities, they will accuse them of crimes that they have never committed

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of motives that they have never worked for, are things that are far from them, far from reality. They will say things about them that are completely untrue.

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And it's the minute it's those people who are successful in this world, because generally they can say whatever they want. And people will accept them to the point that even those in authority will accept what they're saying, without really listening to the other side, that what do you have to say about this? Is this an accusation? Or is this something true?

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So a person who uses his intellect, he will not fall for everything that other people are saying? Because many times when people don't have an answer for what others are doing what others are saying, then what do they do? When they realize their defeat, they try to attack the person's personality, character assassination, so that other people don't trust him. Other people say, Look, he's illegally over here. What he's doing is illegal. what he's doing is against the laws.

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And when you do that, who's going to listen, who's going to accept what they're saying? Nobody's going to

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and this is one of the plots of shade on and shavon uses people to do this.