Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 09 – L095C

Taimiyyah Zubair

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Al-Araf 5-168 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 156-157

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Masada Sam continued to make the work to blender and decree for us. fee her the dunya has an in this world good work Dubliner octo from the room veterus gaff that but keytab What does kita literally means to write something? And it's also used for decreeing, ordaining making something mandatory.

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So what Dubliner, meaning make it wider for us definitely give us this fee had he done yet in this dunya meaning in this worldly life, give us what decree for us has been

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what has hasn't been

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the word hasn't applies to a blessing.

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And the word hasn't It is also used for a good deed. Isn't it so? has an act. What does it mean? Good deeds and has an It is also use for blessing. Why? Because blessings are a result of what good deeds

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and just as the knifes desires blessings, inclines towards blessings. Similarly, the apple approves off good deeds.

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Isn't it to

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the apple? The Silent Oracle, the sound intellect, it approves of good deeds it welcomes them. So right for us has an in dystonia What does it mean by has an engineer first of all blessings?

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blessings, what kind of blessings health wealth freedom being independent of people, SNL Jamil good preys on the the work different forms of blessings. So decree them for us in our favor bestow us with these blessings.

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Secondly, has an Indonesian also means good beats. So octave Lana, meaning decree for us that will feel to perform good deeds

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gives us the ability and the opportunity to do good to please you

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will fill aphylla and also in the Hereafter, meaning also decree has enough for us in the year after and what is Hassanein thereafter. Good reward forgiveness Jenna attaining that it was the pleasure of Allah soprano turn

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and look Musa Sam is praying for us in Indonesia and I feel sometimes what happens we only prefer Hassan Indonesia and other times we only pray for her son in the hereafter we say Oh, why do you need has an engineer?

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Sometimes we become too pious right? And we think we don't need blessings in the dunya no you do. You do need blessings because only if you have blessings then you will be able to do good. It's a part of giving traffic to a person.

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And this is similar to the door that we make Robin attina Fredonia has Anna waffle. karate has an

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inner whodunit erotica masala Salaam said that indeed we returned to you who dinner hotel is from the roof that is how well the

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from the word herder Yahoo.

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How do you do literally means that he repented.

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So what does How would mean to return? repentance, you understand?

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To repent to turn back from what a person is doing to leave it and to repent to Allah subhanaw taala

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and it is also said that the word yahood is also from the same root that they were given the name yahood or they call themselves a Latina hairdo. Why? Because of this Dora of masala sananda in whodunit alayka, we returned to you we repent to you. So after this, they were called us and Latina head, those people who repented repented from what from the worship of the calf,

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because it was a major crime that the nation had committed.

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So in a whodunit ilica we returned to you, meaning we returned to you we seek your forgiveness, we were banned from the crime that some of us had committed.

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And if you notice over here, Masada Cena is making a draw for his entire oma for his entire nation. He's speaking on their behalf.

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Either he said meaning Allah subhanaw taala responded to the draw of Masada center, that are there be my punishment. We'll see we'll be I afflicted Manisha whomever I will.

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I affect my punishment on whomsoever I will. And what does this mean?

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That the will of Allah is based on his wisdom and knowledge. So whoever Lost Planet Allah knows that he deserves punishment. The punishment of Allah is definitely going to come upon him. It cannot be averted because Allah knows that such and such person he did.

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deserves it.

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So we see that musala Center, he made the offer everyone,

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isn't it?

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He made the offer his entire nation, forgive us have mercy on us, we return to you decree for us good in this dunya and also in the hereafter. He's making the offers and tarnation. However, the benefit of the draw will only be for who? Those who deserve that

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those who deserve that. So we see that a person is not saving the Hereafter, just because he belongs to a particular group, just because he belongs to a particular nation. And for that nation, their messenger made a law. No, it's not necessary. It doesn't work like that. It depends on what on the person does he deserve that supplication or not? If he deserves it, he'll get it and if he doesn't, then what does he deserve? The punishment of Allah.

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What is our problem today? We think that just because we belong to the Muslim Ummah, we will get by the prophets are allowed us and have made their offers on I am an almighty therefore I will be forgiven. We see over here Moosa also made offers entire nation, but what does Allah say? Are there be will see will be human, I share the door, it's not going to affect on everyone. It's only going to be for those who deserve it.

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What is it and my mercy was here to color shade. It has encompassed everything.

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My urashima My Mercy has encompassed every single thing. What do you mean by this?

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Right after mentioning the punishment, Allah subhanaw taala mentions his mercy, that his mercy encompasses everything.

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The fact is, that those who deserve the punishment of Allah, they don't deserve it, because Allah does not have any mercy to give them. He does not have any spare Rama, any Rama to show them No, it's not because of that. It's not because Allah Rama is limited, and you cannot give them an Iran. No, he cannot show any Rama to them. No. The problem is, they don't deserve it.

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Allah subhanaw taala His mercy is so vast, that it encompasses everything in this world today, every single thing, even the person who denies a law,

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even the person who rejects

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even he is shown the mercy of of loss of parental data.

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This is how vast Allah's mercy is, but in the Hereafter, it will not be given to those who don't deserve it.

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for October, soon I will decree it again activate from keytab I will decree My Mercy, meaning I will make it exclusively I will show it exclusively for who lilla Delia tahuna for those people who fear Allah

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in this dunya Allah rahima his arm, it's common, it's General, everyone gets a share in it. But in the Hereafter, it will be exclusively for those who deserve that Rama who have proven themselves worthy of Allah's mercy. And this is an extra favor and ersan towards them, because it will be for them exclusively.

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And who are those people who deserve to run Oberlin the year after and Medina to home? Those who fear Allah? Will you do LASIK? At the end they also give the Zika

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one Latina whom be a Latina, you may know and thirdly, those who believe in our if

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you may wonder zeca has mentioned over here

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and always wins. Look at what has mentioned. Select

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isn't it?

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All of a sudden things I've ever mentioned together, but over here so that is not mentioned what is mentioned is okay.

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Because what does that indicate

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that a person he is careful about the rights of others.

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Even if it is only a little bit, you understand? Even if it's only a little bit, how much is 2.5%? Sometimes what do we think it's only a little bit of half that they deserve? Forget about it, no big deal? No. Those people who gives a cat What does it show they're very concerned about the rights of others.

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They're very concerned about their duties towards others, even if it is a little bit even if it is not that much when you look at that and they also gives us that so those who are concerned about the rights of others, they have mercy towards others. Allah subhanaw taala will show mercy towards

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those people who gives a cat

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and remember, the cat is of two types. One is the cattle man

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What does that mean? That a person gives a fixed portion of his wealth to those who are deserving of it. When were those who are deserving of it, inshallah, we will learn about them and sort of tell them what you get.

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And secondly, Zakat is of the cathode button,

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which is to purify the soul, because remember is that the truly means purification, it is to purify the soul to be free from negative thoughts, bad luck, to fast, etc, in order to purify the nuts in order to purify the abundant.

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So we don't have the data and the alternative this occur when Medina humba, Tina, you know, and those who believe in our IRA.

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So what do we learn over here? That musasa now, he makes the offer everyone, but I'll also point out it says that it will be accepted for only those people who deserve it. And who are those people who deserve it?

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Those who do something, those people who do something? What does this show to us that there are an action and effort, both are necessary, both are necessary. Sometimes we only rely on the draws that we make. Or we rely on the draws that other people are making.

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For example, we see that our mother, she's always making draw for us, or our grandmother, she's always praying for us. Our father is always praying for us. And we become very satisfied with that very content with that hamdulillah I have the two hours of my parents. I have the two hours of my family. I have the two hours of my friends. Yes, those are very important. But at the same time, you also have to put in some effort, you also have to do something, because if you don't do it, then you're not going to be able to deserve those doors. You have to be worthy of them.

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To draw and effort both are necessary.

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The alternative in this ayah that the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala it encompasses everything because it was apparent it says what it was here at color shade. My Mercy encompasses everything.

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We learned from our headings, that is recorded in muscle damage. That gentleman Abdullah, he said a Bedouin man, he came and he made his scrambled kneel, and he tied the camel.

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And then he prayed behind the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Salah. And when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam finished a prayer that man untied his camel, he mounted the camel, and he supplicated out loud, that Oh Allah, grant your mercy to me, and to Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and do not give a share in it to anyone else. Just imagine a Bedouin man walks in. He dies a camel in the masjid. And then he prays behind the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And then he leaves. He gets on top of the camera in front of everyone who makes us laugh out loud, that Allah grant you mercy to me, and to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and nobody else. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam commented, do you think

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that this man is more misguided or his camel? Did you not hear what this man has said? The Sahaba said yes, we heard him. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to the Bedouin man, that you have restricted a vast mercy. You have restricted a vast mercy. Allah subhanaw taala His mercy is so vast and you were saying Allah give it to me and Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam only, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Allah the Exalted the most honored has created 100 mercies any ascent down one of them, only one of them, only 1% of his Rama, he has centered this dunya by which the creation the men, the jinn and the animals, they show mercy to one another. And he left 99 parts of his

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mercy, why,

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for the hereafter.

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So, what is it show that the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala is very vast, then we should not make such applications in which we are trying to restrict the mercy of Allah. That Allah give it to me only and don't give it to another. And you see, jealousy is something that becomes a problem over here, that when a person becomes envious, what does he want? He only wants to good for himself and not for the other.

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Why are you restricting the mercy of Allah? If you want it was an aloha win for me, as a lot of is bounty. Don't try to restrict the bounty of Allah Don't try to restrict the mercy of Allah ask him he has so much to give. What a hunt he was here at comerciais it encompasses everything.

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We also learn from another Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah subhanaw taala has 100 mercies. With one of them. The creation showed mercy to each other, and even the beasts they show kindness to their offspring.

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Isn't it amazing

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that animals that will kill

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Others, they show so much kindness and compassion towards their offspring. Why? It's this Rama that Allah Subhana Allah has put in their eyes, and he has kept 99 mercies with him for the Day of Resurrection. Why? So that it is exclusively for who? For those who have proven themselves worthy of that I have a lot

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faster access to blue hair. Soon I will decree it for who lilla Dena, what does he say? yet? takuna those people who fear Allah, Will you look at that, and it gives us a cap. And they also believe in the ayatollah, whether those either Kony or shuttering whether they're revealed, if there is of the Scripture, or their commands, or their prohibitions, they believe in all of them, without any arrogance.

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And who are these people for whom the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala will be decreed,

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and levena those people who get your own Rasulullah Nabeel omiya those people who follow the messenger, which messenger, the unlettered Prophet,

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meaning those people, who also believe and follow Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, even they will get the mercy of Allah.

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For them, Allah subhanaw taala will decree His mercy, exclusively, meaning in their favor exclusively for them in the hereafter. Who, those who yet who notice the word at bar has been mentioned over here. It's not just believing. It's not just believing, but what is it following the messenger? So the Lotus

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and if the bar is closely following someone, closely following someone, that every step they take, you take that step, everywhere they turn, you turn after them, everything they do you do it, everything they say you say it, this is what it device.

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It's like, if somebody is driving in front of you, and you're supposed to be following them, what do you do? If they give the indicator to the right you do the exact same thing. If they're going the right lane, you do the exact same thing if they're going the left lane, you go to the exact same lane, if they speed up, you speed up, if they slow down, you slow down

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Why? Because it is a T bar.

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So those who follow the profit sort of autism this closely they will get

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some of the benefits of following the profits or alongside them sooner is what

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the hammer of Allah

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that arm of Allah

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and who is Mohammed sadananda First of all, he is a vessel and it was a vessel

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of assimilation the reflectors are seen

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and also described recently reseller what is beside me messenger ship message. We learned the word of the seller earlier this and that is a plural of reseller what does that mean messages messages. So, aerosol is a human being who has been chosen by Allah subhanaw taala who has been selected by Allah subhanaw taala and the messages of Allah are delivered to him how through

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and he is obligated to pass on those messages to to the people. Like for example, Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is a Rasul

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Allah subhanaw taala chose him. He was given many messages, the Quran, as well as the way he laid mutlu revelation that is not recite, for example, so many things about the religion we don't necessarily find it in the Quran, where do we learn it from? From the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu How did he learn about it? Did he just make it up? No, he was given it he was taught all of that.

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So he was given these messages and he was supposed to convey

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as we learned earlier, that Yeah, you are a soul by live manjeera in a coma Robbie convey.

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So this has Rasul

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Allah subhanaw taala also called him a newbie. He is also and he is also a newbie. And Nabhi is from the room fetters known by well, never

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what does that mean

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and elevated place.

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So Nobu, what is a high rank compared to compared to the rest of the people. A high rank that is given to a person compared to the rest of the people.

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He is at an elevated status, a higher rank. So a profit is also one who has been selected by a loss

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penalty.

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And when he's made a soul, he is given a high position a high rank a very high status. This is why he deserves to be followed. He deserves to be emulated, he deserves to be respected. It is also said that the word nebby is from the fetters known by Hamza never and what does that mean? important and relevant news.

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So, who is nebby? One who is chosen a human being who is chosen, and he is given important news to convey to, to convey to the people.

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So, what's the difference between Russell and Nabhi? Russell is one who is given a new message and he's supposed to convey to the people and a Navy is not necessarily given a new message. He is supposed to revive the message that is already there.

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Like, for example, in the Bani Israel, Messiah Salaam wazuh, a messenger. Why, because he was given a new message. He was given the Torah he brought the Allah

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and after him, many prophets came, isn't it? Oh,

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and all of them were not given scriptures. He started he said, I was given a scripture, though there is that I was given the the board. But beyond that, we don't know if any other prophets were given any new scripture, all of them, what did they follow the Torah. So Who were they? Maybe,

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but Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is a soul and he's also a newbie. He was a messenger, and also a prophet.

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and in this situation, we will take the meaning of and NaVi to be the one who is of a higher rank, the one who is an elevated status.

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And another description of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is that he is

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the unlettered one, the unlettered Prophet, and only Israel during fetters Hamza mean me

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and who is an ami?

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Someone who is unlettered someone who was illiterate, meaning a person who neither reads nor does he write.

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He's not able to read. If you show him a text, you will not be able to read it. And if you tell him to write something, he will not be able to write it either. So who is he? unlettered, illiterate,

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and there's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in which we learned that no matter omiya We are an unlettered nation. Learn up to well and so we don't write, and we don't record and this hadith is with regards to beginning the month with the siting of the new moon that we don't record as to when the moon was sited last month. No. When we see the moon up in the sky, we begin the month if we don't see it, we make the month 30 and the day after we begin.

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So first of all, only is one who is unlettered one who is illiterate.

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Secondly, ami is also a term that is used for who, for the Arabs,

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which Arabs

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at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam up until he came

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because they were only Yun unscriptural people compared to who the bunny is like you

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because remember, the two sons of Ibrahim Melissa is married and is have an ISA from his half brother, Sam came who Bunny is like you and they were given many scriptures. And they were known as a little kita People of the Book, they will knowledgeable people.

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And on the other hand, is marine arnesson his descendants, they were not given any scripture. So they were known as miyun. Why? Because they did not know the Scripture. They did not have the Scripture. They were illiterate in the religion with regards to religion. So only Yoon is a term that is used for for the Arabs up until the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because they did not have any scripture compared to the Adam kita

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and we learnt earlier in total about a woman who miyun layer and a Moodle kita there are some miyun who don't know the book. So who is an ami? Just someone who cannot read or write No, ami is someone who does not have the book does not have knowledge of the book.

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Thirdly, the word Omi is also derived from the word womb and what does it mean

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mother.

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So and only again, as a first meeting, as I mentioned to you, one was unlettered one who is illiterate. Why? Because his knowledge is limited to what his mother has taught him. He has not gained any formal training. Do you understand?

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He has not gone to a teacher to learn.

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Yes, the mother

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As a teacher as well, right, the mother is also a teacher. And she is perhaps the most influential teacher in the child's life. But an only is one who has not gone to, you can say like a chef, or like a formal study circle, a school to learn from.

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And this has been the tradition within our Muslims from the very beginning. That children, yes, they used to learn from their mothers, but at the same time, they were sent to different to youth to learn. They were sent a different view to learn from a very young age, which is why little children would be attending great gatherings in which Hadees was being narrated in which fit was being discussed. And children, they were able to memorize the Quran at such a young age, the new principal to fill in the new Hadith at a very young age. Why, because they gained formal education were in the gatherings of scholars, they went and became students. So an only is someone who is not a formal

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student of another who has not gained any formal training, any formal education, his only source of knowledge is who the mother. So those of you who plan to homeschool your children, make sure you also take your children were to other teachers, to other teachers, to those who are professionals of their fields.

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Because yes, they will be able to learn basic things from you, perhaps you can pull out a book you can help them. But it's different when a child learns geography from someone who has done a master's in geography, who is very excited about geography. And for you, it's such a burden to teach geography to your child. Similarly, you might be able to teach your child doras. But if you take your child to a teacher, who can teach him the meaning, and in the explanation, and he can also inspire him with that knowledge, that is much better as well. So I'm not condemning homeschooling, I'm very much in favor of it. But at the same time, make sure that you take your children also to

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teachers, because a child who has only learned from the mother, he remains an Omi. And when a child is exposed to professionals of the field, that is someone who has learned,

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you understand.

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Because one is to just learn in order to get by the other is to be exposed to the Masters to those people who are experts of that field. And you want your child to be inspired by them to want to do what they have done. And you can only do that when you expose your child to such people. Right.

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And this is actually one of the advantages of homeschooling. In fact, when you can choose the teachers of your child and you can take your child to a scholar, teacher, and you expose them to such people who can really inspire them and not just teach them okay, this is your homework and this is your classwork.

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I went to this conference once in which they were teaching about homeschooling. And they were mentioning when they were teaching their children about something, they took them to a factory. And they showed them how things are made in the factory. When they were teaching about cars, they took them to the dealership, and the children actually saw the cars themselves and they took them around the entire dealership and they showed them okay, this is this car, this is how it is. And they showed them all the specifications in this experience you cannot get in a school. You have to make sure that you have that balance that you don't keep your child closed in. And you also expose him to

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the actual masters of the field to the experts of the field.

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So an omen is one whose source of knowledge is only the mother.

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Then 14 is also said that Omi is derived from omokoroa. And what is omo? qurani? Mother of the towns and what is that? The city of Mecca

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so an ami is one who is from the city of Mecca.

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Now the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being called in on me over here.

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If somebody calls you in Omi you're unlettered, you're illiterate. How do you feel?

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Would you tell people that I am unlettered? I don't know how to read I don't know how to write.

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Is this something praiseworthy?

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It's not praiseworthy for common people, but it is praiseworthy for the prophets.

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How?

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Because his source of knowledge was who?

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Allah subhanaw taala

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and despite being unlettered, he was a source of guidance for all people, for all of mankind. This is why ami is actually what a praise for him. This is praise worthy for him. Because despite being an ami, he was a source of knowledge for so many people, for the entire mankind.

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Generally what happens when people learn from here and there

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they are influenced by

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Teachers, they're influenced by what they have learned. They have a lot of baggage with them, isn't it so they develop those glasses. And with those glasses, they see everything is an actor, with whatever they have learned, whatever they have been taught, and whoever has taught them, that is who they become. But the Prophet sallallahu sallam, his internet, his mind, his heart was unpolluted,

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unpolluted by anyone's teachings or by anyone's ideas or philosophies. And the only thing that he was given was what the knowledge of the Quran and Sunnah his teacher was ooh gibreel

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Allah soprano data center built in a las panatela taught Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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So being an ami is actually a praise for the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And if you look at it, in the worldly sense, the prophets all of a sudden wasn't only Okay fine. He did not know how to read and write. But this was not right for him. Why? Because he was given the knowledge of the deen.

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He was given the knowledge of the deen.

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If you look at it, Allah subhanaw taala did not select Socrates, to be a prophet, or Aristotle to be a prophet, or other philosophers to be prophet Why? They had so much knowledge. They were great philosophers. They were very learned men, but they were not chosen to be prophets who didn't last panatela choose to be a prophet, one who was me.

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So at the end of the day, it's not about how much worldly knowledge a person possesses. It's about how much religious knowledge he has.

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Many times we judge people, based on what they have learned in the dunya okay, because this scholar has done a PhD in such and such worldly science, therefore we will listen to him.

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And this person, they have only studied from a madrasa. They have only started from, you know, an Islamic school and Islamic University, therefore, they don't know much about the world. No, this is incorrect. Allah subhanaw taala chose the one who was only unlettered in a worldly sense. He didn't even know how to read and write. But still he was made the Prophet of Allah, Who are we to judge people based on their worldly degrees? That just because they have this degree, this is why they're more learned. This is why they are more influential. This is why we should listen to them more. Yes, definitely. When a person has more worldly knowledge, it makes him more refined. It does. It makes

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him more able to relate to people and explain things better to them. But that's not everything. That's not everything. What's the main thing? It's the religious knowledge. It's the Islam, it's the sincerity. It's the skill that Allah subhanaw taala has given to that person. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was an ami. And this was praise for him.

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So those people who follow Mohammed salovaara salon, and Lady Jonah, who, the one whom they find Mark toobin written were in the home with them, meaning near the fedora in the Torah, while in jail and the NGO, they find the profits are allowed in salon written in the Torah, and the NGO, who does they refer to the people of the book? And what does it mean by this that they find in Britain, they find him written in name as well as description.

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And he is mentioned by name and description in the Torah and the interview.

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So we learned that Missouri listening did not just inform people about the coming of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he said, Listen, um, did not just inform people about the coming of Mohammed serrulata Center. But his descriptions were also written in the Scripture. Why?

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So that when the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim does come, it is not difficult for the people to recognize him. Which is why we see that's a nine and fallacy. Who was he? He was a Christian before. He was of those people who followed the Injeel. And when he came, he recognized the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Why? Because he had read his descriptions in the NGO.

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Similarly, Adam, Ivan Salaam Who was he? He was Jewish before. But when he saw the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he recognized him because of his descriptions that he had read in the Torah. But obviously, the People of the Book they're known for over the course of history for having changed their books alone and what they did with the description of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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So unless you do the homework to monitoring the effect Alrighty, well, Injeel yet Morrow woman my roofie way and her whom and in Mancha. What is the description of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he commands them with that which

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Good.

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He commands them to do that which is my roof What is my roof? That which is recognized and accepted as something good by their uncle, by the Sharia, by the Federal by the society.

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People know that this is something good.

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And the prophets Allah said whatever he commanded, what is that maruf

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it's something that makes sense. It's something that people accept. It's something that is acceptable to the intellect.

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Like for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded us to eat with the right hand. Not that we're eating with both hands, one spoon with right hand, the other with the left hand, juggling between two hands, eating with only one hand right hand, makes a person look very civilized. Isn't that maruf it is model

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the profits out of us and told us to smile is not mortal, it is to feed the people maruf initiate the salon maroof all of this is models

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when her home and he also forbids them mean he also forbids the people from what angle Mancha from that which is Monica. What does that mean? That which is known and accepted as something that is wrong.

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The Apple does not accept it. The people aren't accepted. their religion does not accept it. It's unacceptable. It's wrong. It's disliked. It's completely disapproved.

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So the profits are alarmism he also stopped people from that which is wrong.

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For example, killing children that is Moncure the profits or loss and forbade that what else

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Fantasia. What else not getting angry letter. Don't get angry. Don't get upset. Isn't that Mancha although it's mocha the profit or loss and forbade us from doing that.

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Changing the creation of a loss of power. That is Mancha the profits or loss and forbade that

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the profits or losses and say this is the gist, that if you have something good to say say it and if you don't have something good to say then remain silent, was good.

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Like the Hadith that was mentioned earlier that don't limit the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala trust me in you, because Allah subhanho His mercy is very vast.

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The prophets are also also forbade from racism, that when one of the companions he called another or son of a black woman, he stopped the people from saying that.

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And the one who receives is not from among us. So he forbade people from deception. What is deception Mancha, everybody knows that to be something wrong. So the profits are over salami and hair home and in Mancha. He stopped people from that which is wrong.

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Iraqi is the Roman king, he asked Luciferian about the Prophet satellite is

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that what does he teach? What does he say? And also when he said that he tells us to do such and such good things, and he forbids us from such and such bad things. And iraklia said, This is what the prophets do.

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This is what the prophets do.

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What

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a marinara roof when

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when you hit Lula homotopy back and he makes lawful for them the good things, which good things, the good things that were previously unlawful for the people or the good things that people had themselves made unlawful upon them.

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For example, in the Bani Israel because of their sins, we learned that certain good things were made unlawful upon them. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam came and made those good things lawful.

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Early, we learned that all of those animals, which don't have a split hoof, they were forbidden on the Bani Israel.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam came in, he made those permissible for example, camels.

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And similarly, those good things that people themselves have made unlawful, for instance, the Arabs, they had made the behera and the cyber, I mean, they had given certain names to certain kinds of animals and they had made those unlawful on themselves depriving themselves of good things, the profits or the long term game and made those permissible. So you handled Amata you bet in respect of food, in respect of marriage, conduct, social relationships, etc. When you have the more Allah He will obey, and he makes unlawful upon the impure things. However, it is a plural of hobbies and what his hobbies which the naps dislikes, and the naps is disliked by

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the novices disgusted by it, it does not like it at all. And hobbies is something that is bad that is evil in two ways. First of all, it's that meaning in and of itself. It is something that is bad.

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For example, food that is rotten, that is spoiled. It's decaying, it's growing fungus, what is that in and of itself, it's filthy, it's dirty.

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And secondly, Hobbes also applies to that which is bad in its gossip in the way that it has been acquired.

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For example a person steals something even if it may be a very nice juicy apple. Still it is hobbies

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so you have the Marlena mocha is the profits on a lot of Southern Mayakoba is how long upon people like for example that animals alcohol Reba

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Wilder there and he removes on home from them the other from the room factor as well but what does it really mean to put something down?

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And what are on is to remove so you're gonna run home he removes from them is from their burdens? Well lol and the fetters allottee Canada illenium which were abundant? What does it mean by Islam and Allah? The word is from their own fetters Hamza slot or,

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and so literally means to tie a knot and then it's used for retaining something forcibly to keep something with you how by force, literally what does it mean to tie a knot? And then it is to keep something with yourself by force.

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It has been said that so is every I had every promise, every act, every contract

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and every Kaurava meaning every relationship of closeness. What is it? And it's because it becomes a burden on a person. It restricts him from doing certain things.

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So what is a responsibility? A responsibility, something that is mandatory on a person, it's a promise it's a covenant, it's a contract, or it's a relationship of closeness because of which a person is bound to so and so person, a person is bound to a certain obligation and he does not have freedom anymore.

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Isn't at all. So is what is isn't To summarize, responsibilities, difficult commands, difficult responsibilities.

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So before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came, the people they were given very difficult responsibilities. such difficult commands that made their life extremely troublesome.

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And especially the Bani Israel. For example, we learned about the Bani Israel, that when it came to the sauce, killing was the only option.

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Even if the murder was by mistake. For example, a person killed another by mistake. He didn't intend to kill him. He just hit him and the person died. Now what was the punishment for the person who killed the other by mistake? Even he had to be killed. It's not that he could pay blood money, or that he could be forgiven by the heirs? No, he had to be killed. Isn't that very difficult? It's extremely difficult. Similarly, if there was a part of garment on which some nudged SFL, some impurity fell. You couldn't just wash it and clean it. No, you would have to cut it off and get rid of it.

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Just imagine if the same obligation was still there today.

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How many clothes would you have today?

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How many clothes Did you have gone through? So difficult, but just imagine mothers with little children and either training them for the washroom? Just imagine how many carpets and rugs and bed sheets and linens and mattresses you'd have changed by now?

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Isn't that extremely difficult? It's an insult. It's a very heavy burden.

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Similarly for the Bani Israel, if they had to offer a carbon, they would have to burn it. Similarly, war booty, they had to burn it they weren't allowed to use any of it. So the profits are all of a sudden he came with leniency and a religion that was easy. Removing the burden from the people making their life easy for them that their religion did not make life difficult for the people anymore. So what does so refer to difficult?

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Well, lol lol is the plural of will not real, what is real inner hatred.

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Remember, where do we learn about when, when is our inner refusal due to human building, we will pull out whatever there is in their hearts. So what what is the secret of the word of lamb wool is a color or a chain

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or a shackle fetters with which a person is tied up with which a person is bound just imagine a prisoner and his hands are tied up or his neck is tied. So anything with which the limbs are tied and the person is imprisoned with whether it is a neck collar or it is handcuffs or it is a

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Jane, this is what lol

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So what does the land refer to?

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It refers to the restrictions, the prohibitions that were imposed upon the people,

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the restrictions, the prohibitions that were imposed upon the people. And the prophets are allowed as Adam came and he removed them. He set them free.

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For example, the money Israel, we're not allowed to consume the fact of halal animals. Now, isn't that a very difficult restriction? It's a very difficult position, seminary with regards to the Sabbath, they were not allowed to do anything related to this dunya just imagine the whole day for us, we're allowed to do that which is necessary until tomorrow and then after tomorrow, do whatever you want. So what

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what does it refer to the difficult commands Allah Allah refers to the difficult prohibitions the restrictions. So s refers to difficult commands, and allele refers to difficult prohibitions. So in the specific sense, it refers to the difficult commands and prohibitions that were imposed on the Bani Israel. And in a general sense, the traditions and the practices that people have tied themselves to making life extremely difficult for them. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam came and removed all of them and freed the people.

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And the same applies to us even.

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For example, when it comes to marriage, in many Muslim families, marriage has become extremely difficult.

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You have to have a lot of money to throw multiple wedding parties. Similarly, you have to have a wedding dress that's extremely expensive, then you have to have gifts as well for each and every member of the family, which may be very costly, very difficult. And because of this marriage has become such a challenge for some people. However, our Deen tells us that for marriage, all you need is the man, the woman, the Wali, the two witnesses, and the Mahesh.

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Isn't that making life very easy?

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It is.

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We have made our lives difficult by tying ourselves in customs and traditions that are completely unnecessary.

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And our Deen simplifies life for us. It makes life easy for us. We have complicated our lives allies making our life easy for us. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us those ways, which simplify life.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said barista will honey fee yet is some hottie I was sent with the easy way of honey fee, meaning of monotheism the easy way of life, the easy religion. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came and removed the Islam and the of Lal allottee Canada millennium, which were upon the people

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felt led in Amman will be so those people who believe in him up until now, we read about the description of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Now we're going to read about the description of those people who believed in him.

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So those people who believe in Him in our soul, and Nabeel Omi what do they do? What, and they also strengthen him, they also supported him when a sorrow and they also helped him.

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First of all, they believe in Him, whether it is from the Sahaba or it is from the Bani Israel, or it is from those people who came after

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the later generations up until the day of judgment, those who believe in him and they also are zero, a zero sum truth as I am they are

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from the word Tyrese and the word Thorazine has multiple meanings first of all Thorazine is to give strength to give support to someone to help someone so much, that their weakness goes away.

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So as Aruba, they strengthened, they support it, they help the profits out of autism so much that his enemies became weak before him.

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Secondly, there is he also means that our lien and debt cream, to exalt due respect

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to revair, someone to respect someone, to magnify them, to honor them. And this is the opinion of oven or vessel, the darna.

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So it's not just belief in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that is necessary. What else is important,

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respecting him, honoring him, bringing honor to his mission to his way to the ways that he taught and how is that possible? How is it possible when we become good examples? When we ourselves do something wrong, then who are we portraying to be a bad example the prophets

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But if we are good towards people, then what are we showing? Who are we bringing honor to

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the Prophet satellizer.

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Thirdly, Thorazine is also to stop or to prohibit someone with leniency

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to stop someone with compassion, which is why Thorazine is also used for illegal punishment, which is less than the Hadoop. Remember, the head is the Punisher that is given in the Quran and Sunnah for a particular crime.

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And the Thorazine is, you can say, a lighter version of the punishment for a crime that is of a lesser degree. Do you understand? Why, for example, for theft, what did we learn? What's the crime, cutting of the head, but if, for example, a person has committed theft, but it doesn't meet the conditions of how theft is described in the Sharia. That doesn't mean he will not be punished, he will be, but he will be given authority not that is and is going to be cut off but a lighter punishment.

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So whereas the Ruvo and they also strengthened in they also supported him, one SRO and they also help him now sorrow from the letters known sodre. So those people who strengthen who respect who honor who helped the Prophet sallallahu sallam, just as a Booba, karate learn

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that he didn't just believe in him. When he protected him with his wealth with his life with his family. He was with him in the cave.

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And whenever Abubakar Dillard who spoke to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he spoke to him in a very low tone. Why? Out of respect, as if he was sharing a secret with him. This is how he would speak to him, and so on.

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And so that I know he said that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would enter the masjid, the people would lower their gaze out of respect.

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They would lower their gaze out of respect.

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And even after he said, a lot of them passed away, the people would not raise their voices in the masjid. Why? Because it was the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu Salah.

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Similarly, the Sahaba when they would be asked about something by the prophet sallallahu wasallam, what would they say? A line is messenger know better?

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A lion is messenger know better, even if they knew the answer

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of ohare. He has reported in his book,

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that the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they used to knock on the door of the prophets that allowed Islam with the tips of their fingers

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with the tips of their fingernails, not with their knuckles, with the tips of their fingernails, why,

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out of respect for the profits of the lava center,

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this was great respect for him. And sometimes what is our behavior, that if we want to speak to someone, we'll keep on knocking the door, or we'll keep on calling them one call after the other. The fact is that you can send one message, perhaps they heard the sound, and they will respond whenever they can.

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Sometimes I cannot understand why people don't get it. If you're calling once, twice, thrice, and the person does not respond the phone, perhaps he's not there, perhaps he's busy. And when he will see the missed call, he will respond when he has the time. Why do you have to keep calling again and again and again? Are you the most important person in their life right now? Maybe not. They have many important things to do.

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And especially in the position that the profit sort of officer was in that when a person is at this level that so many people are coming, so many people are asking. So when people have questions to ask, then this is out of respect that you only knock with the tip of your fingernails that you don't want to disturb them too much. You don't want to upset them too much. They're constantly being questioned, leave them alone for some time. Give them some space. And there's a harbor. They cared so much for the profit side of it.

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So where are Zulu wanna Saru? they respected him, they supported him. And they also helped him. They also aided him

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like at the Battle of whether it was only 313, however, against 1000 was sticking, and they were willing to go in the face of the battle, as if they were going to lose their lives over there. But why did they do that to help the profits out of autism, this was their sincerity, whatever, and they also followed a new the light which light and lovely Angela Mara who which has been sat down with him and what is that?

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The Quran, they also follow the Quran. Because many times people get lost in only respecting the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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in only admiring him in only praising him and saying that they will die for him and they will do this for him. They will do that for him.

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But that is not everything.

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Respect is essential. It's very important but at the same time, following his teachings, following what he brought is all

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So very important, both go together

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Hola, como el mafia, who Such are the successful ones? Who those who have these qualities, how will they be successful they will get the mercy of Allah where in the hereafter

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Allah will decree is Rama for them

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because remember this is connected with the previous ayah where a lot of times artifacts fester October I will soon decree My mercy for such and such people, then who are those people who have these characteristics at the end of last parameter that says such are successful? Why? Because it will have a share

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a cell phone?

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Why are these people successful? Because they believe they follow the leader. And they respect him and they honor Him. And they help him. That's why they're successful. Because if there is a team, and they don't acknowledge their leader, they don't respect him. They don't listen to him. They don't assist him, then how can they be successful they cannot be successful.

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Only when the people acknowledge the leader they support him, then they're given success. And if they don't aid the leader, then there's no success for them.

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And as for the Sahaba, supporting the profits on a lot of setup as well as respecting him, there is a very beautiful narration that we learned from Buhari in which we learned to crush once they sent over even Mr. Root as a spy to Medina to find out about, you know, what the people of Medina are doing and how the prophets are a lot of sense doing and what their activities are. And he came back and he said, Oh people, I swear by Allah, that I have visited many kings. I have gone and seen many kings of this dunya I

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have gone to Caesar, the coasters and the negus meaning kings of Persia of Rome of Ethiopia. But I swear by Allah that I never saw a king whose companions venerated him as much as the companions of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam venerated Muhammad Sallallahu sallam,

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by Allah, whenever he spent, it never fell to the ground, it fell into the hands of one of his companions, then they would wipe their faces and skins with it. And if he instructed them to do something, they would hasten to do as he commanded,

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when he did would do, they would almost fight over his water. And when he spoke, they would lower their voices in his presence, and they did not stare at him out of respect for him,

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they would not even stare at him out of respect for him. And added that no doubt he has presented to you a good reasonable offer. So please accept it.

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This is what he said when he saw the behavior of the Sahaba towards the prophets, let alone

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today, we don't show respect to the Prophet sort of artist and this is why our enemies also they don't care about.

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This is why they can say whatever they want to vote him, if we open our mouth against the profit, subtle bonus, are they making fun of his son, going against his sooner, then obviously, those people who are not on this law, they will go ahead and disrespect the profits out of them as well.

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It begins from the followers, how do they treat their leader?

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If they treat him well, then the others will also treat him well. And if they don't treat him well, then the others will also not treat him well.

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Look, our work got so impressed that he went and told the mccanns that accept what he's saying he's given you a very good offer. Why? Because of how he saw the Sahaba behaving towards the Prophet Coronavirus, Allah.

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I was just talking with the sister and we were talking about the forgiveness how Messiah Islam was always asking forgiveness. And we should ask forgiveness for others and we were just discussing, when you send you get a blackout on your heart and when you seek forgiveness, that laptop goes away. So if you seek forgiveness for someone else, maybe their their eyes unanswered in their life or something, right? So if you see forgiveness for them and Allah forgives them, maybe that will be answered maybe their life will become easier, and maybe they'll follow the path of guidance.

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I was just telling the sister that if you notice how Allah smart Allah gives us the qualities of the Prophet scholars and first, then he gives the qualities of the followers to you when somebody asks you, why do you follow the Prophet? or Why are you a Muslim? You have the answer, right? The whole iron, it just opens your heart and you have to make sure every day thank Allah Mata that you're a Muslim and pray make to Allah wa that all the children all oma inshallah, our followers, our great grandson, will be Muslim will die as a Muslim till the Day of Judgment, we have to make that was we are living in trying times Look around you. It is not an easy place to live, even your own children,

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your own spouses may be doing things that you are not happy with. arrogance is something we have to get

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in what you mentioned about that, why do you follow the Prophet sort of autism. And if you look at it, the qualities that are described over here that he teaches is that which is maruf. And he forbids us from that which is one cup. And he makes lawful that which is good. And he makes unlawful that which is bad. And he's making life easy for us. How we have complicated our lives. profits are Madison, the dean that he brought in has made life so simple and easy. Why should we not follow? Why not? Why should we not believe in Him when what he has brought is so good. So know why you're following the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and that's exactly what a lot of parents are. They're

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setting us over here. That what kind of religion did he bring? And why is it that we must follow it because it's for our own good. It makes our life easy for us.

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Okay, I just wanted to say about the last verse that we did, that we all complain about the state of Muslim Ummah, and in this verse, we can see the recipe for the success. And we can play our part by following what's in the verse like Firstly, the Army, Navy, and then was who So what can we do to strengthen him? fallen sun and NASA who How can we do that by conveying what he was conveying? And then he developed a new Quran to follow the Quran exactly as he taught us.

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