Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 09 – L095D

Taimiyyah Zubair

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Al-Araf 5-168 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 158-162

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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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Kalia yohannes se O Prophet sallallahu Sallam that all mankind the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being commanded to declare this, that yeah you Hannah's in Neel rasulillah he la caja Mira, I am a messenger from who, from Allah subhanaw taala. to, to all of you to Mira altogether, meaning the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not sent as a messenger to only the Arabs, only one race to only one country, to the people of only one time, but rather his prophethood is for all mankind, and jinn until the Day of Judgment without any borders without the restriction of any time for any race. We don't insult Saba is number 28. Woman also NACA illa caffitaly nasig Bashir on one of the euro and

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we have not sent to you except comprehensively to mankind as a bringer of good tidings and as a warner

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instead of MBI a 107. We learn one man all of a sudden NACA Illa Allah Al amin, and we have not sent you except as a mercy to the world. Not just the Arabs, not just the Muslims, but all people Jumeirah.

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And I'm the messenger of will of Allah subhana wa tada who is Allah, Allah de la homolka, Sunnah wa T will have to Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth. He is the king, he ruled here he sent me La Ilaha Illa who there is no god except Him, you he will you need to he gives life and he also gives that meaning he alone has the power to give life and he alone has the decision and the power to give that for me no Bella He therefore all of you people believe in Allah.

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And who else what also the and also his messenger? Which messenger and no be me, a lady you may know Bella here we're calling it the messenger who is the prophet who is the unlettered one and the one who believes in Allah and His words, meaning the messenger himself believes in Allah and His words. The messenger himself believes, because many times, when people believe in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they respect him, they go to another extreme and they take him to the level of naroda Allah subhanaw taala even higher. But what do we learn from this? That the messenger sallallahu Sallam himself was a believer in Allah meaning he himself believed in him and obeyed Him and

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followed him? Allah The yo yo Bella, he were Kalamata he and he also believes in his words, whose words the words of Allah

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and what are the Kadima of Allah Kadima is a Florida kalama. What does Karima mean? It applies to a word a statement, speech. And the climate of our last panel data include the scriptures that alasa panels are revealed. For example, the Koran, the Torah.

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The Kadima also includes the,

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the commands that Allah Subhana Allah has given everything that he has communicated with his prophets, with his messengers, as well as other canavalia

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and how much is the canavalia the Karima tovala. We cannot record that.

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In trataka 109 we learn prilocaine and bahuvida luckily Mattila B. say if the C were in for writing the words of my Lord Lana, Fidel, bajo Avila and 10 for the Kadima turabi, then the C would be exhausted before the words of my Lord were exhausted, while I would never Miss Li mother, even if you brought the like of it as a supplement.

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So the fact is, that the words of Allah subhanaw taala will never finish. But our Eman should confirm whatever that Allah has said. we are required to believe in the Quran in all of the Scriptures that were sent before every single command that allows Palatine has given

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this is a requirement. This is an obligation upon us. Because many times we say that only when I find out about what this ayah says about what this command means then I will believe in it. But the fact is, your knowledge is limited. You will not come across all of the grammatical Ah, what is your obligation that you believe in all of them because it's from who it's from Allah? What have you who and you also follow him? meaning all of you people believe in Allah believe in his messengers, and also follow him. Meaning follow the messenger

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so that you can obtain guidance. What do we learn from this ayah about the obligation

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To believe in Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And if you notice, these ads are coming right after the mentionable, but he is slightly the people of musasa.

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Many are under the impression today, that it's okay. If people don't believe in Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, at least they believe in God. They believe in the hereafter. And that's sufficient. That's enough. It's not enough. Believing in all of the prophets of Allah, believing in all of the scriptures of Allah is mandatory. And even if a person just believes in one it is not enough,

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in sort of area one eye number 20 we learn what only Latino tokita well mahina a slang term for in a slomo for the ghetto, and say to those who are given the Scripture and to the unlettered, meaning the Arabs, have you submitted yourselves to Allah? And have you believed in Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam for in Islam and if they have submitted for the title, then they are rightly guided. So what does that mean? That if they don't believe in Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, then their Eman is incomplete. It is not sufficient, it is not enough. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said worries to marry well a sweaty, I have been sent to black and white meaning to all people, regardless of race,

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regardless of place or time.

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Woman call me Moosa and among the people of Masada, Santa Merton is a community

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and which is a form of musasa.

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The Bani Israel in particular, meaning the route among them is a community is a group of people. What do they do? Yeah, do

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they guide with the truth, meaning, they guide themselves and their people with the truth? Which truth is this, whatever that has come to them from Allah subhanaw taala. Whether it was the Hulk that Moosa brought, or it was the fact that he said Islam brought or it is the half that was given to Muhammad Sallallahu.

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They guide by it, they live by it, wabi er de Lune and according to it, they do justice, meaning they live by

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when it comes to making judgments, when it comes to making decisions. They make them according to what, according to the Hulk, according to what Allah subhanaw taala has revealed.

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If you see over here, you can notice the justice of a loss of predator that how Allah does not generalize. He separates from the entire nation, then group of people who follow the truth, who live by the truth, and they're worthy of being mentioned separately. Why because they're praiseworthy. They're living by the truth.

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And this is the justice of a loss of penalty. They does not generalize rather those who are on the truth. He mentions them.

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In sort of earlier, one i 113. We learn later, so they're not all the same, meaning all of the people of book are not the same. Mainly Nikita Bo Martin, or Emerton, yet Luna Ayatollah, and a lady or homeo student. among the People of the Scripture is a community standing in obedience reciting the verses of Allah during periods of the night and frustrating in prayer. So all the people of the book are not the same. There are some among them who live by the truth, who judge according to it, woke up Darnell and we have divided them who the bunny is for you, the people of musasa Katana from the letters of thought.

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And the clear is to cut something to pieces to separate something into multiple sections.

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So Katara now whom we divided them, the bunny is throw you into a snare they are shorter as well thought into 12 tribes, as well as the plural of cipt. And what the CIP refer to

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grandson.

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And as belt is a plural of that. What does it mean? offspring, grandsons, descendants.

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And the word about is actually used for the tribes of Bani Israel. Why? Why tribes

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because they were formed based on what on the 12 signs off your Cobra center.

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So the Bani Israel were divided into 12 tribes Why? Why would the divide into 12 tribes so that they would have this unity? No, for the purpose of organization, because imagine there were so many people an entire nation, an entire nation has migrated from one country to another. Just imagine from Egypt, all the way crossing the sea and then later in the desert.

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So while the money is right, you were in the desert. Over there, they were divided into 12

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tribes, Oman thought of omec meaning as distinct nations and each group had enough. Remember, each group had a leader.

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Well ohana and we revealed in our Musa masala Salah, it is the scar who come when he sought water for his people in the desert in the wilderness in the tea. When musala Ceylon requested he prayed to Allah subhanaw taala for water for his people across the planet it revealed to him and he'll be arasaka hedger that strike the rock with your staff. Strike the rock with your staff. What happened when he did that from budget set so it gushed forth minoo from it from what from the rock what gush forth from It is not our shutter is 12 Springs. Notice the word in budget earlier we read in federal funding federal remember in total over here we reading fun by just embarrassed that is from the

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factories bad dream scene by

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which is when water comes forth when water flows out of a tight and narrow place

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to understand from a tight and narrow place. Just imagine tiny holes or tiny cracks and from there water is coming out

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because it was supposed to be a huge rock and musar Listen, I'm struck that with his staff and as a result of that 12 Springs gushed forth.

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Now obviously, no matter how huge the rock is, if you have 12 holes in it, they have to be small and tight.

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So you can imagine it to be something like small taps. Just to picture that if you look at it a tap out of it, the water is coming out of a tight and narrow place compared to let's say a shower or compared to a huge hose. The water is coming out of a tight and narrow place. And in wedges is also when water pours forth abundantly. So abundantly but out of a tight and narrow place because when you think of Titan aeroplanes you think of water only trickling down in small amounts. But just imagine a tap that has been open fully.

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Just imagine a rock musallam strikes it and 12 depths and out of them water is pouring out continuously in abundance. fun but is admin with Natasha Asha tarina

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Why did this happen? Because musar Listen, I'm struck the staff onto the rock.

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If you look at it earlier, when was our listener struck the staff in the sea? What happened to the see

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a party the water dried up

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and over here he strikes it and water gushes out completely opposite. So what's the main thing? Is it the staff or is it what Allah subhanaw taala caused to happen?

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What Allah cause to happen?

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Many times we get lost in the means in the means and we forget the cause.

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We think that because of this person, he identified my illness and he gave me the right cure. He gave me the right direction. He's everything to me. No, no. Yes and hunger Allah. They're a huge blessing. But who sent them to you? Who put that idea in their head? Allah subhanaw taala

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from betters admin was Natasha tarina are the early Macondo owners and Mashallah, all people knew the drinking place. Each of the 12 tribes, they knew which drinking place was there,

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was all in there and we shaded or lay him upon them were in the desert, what Allah homearama the crowd,

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because just imagine you're in the desert, there are no trees. Then if you wish to make a shelter, what are you going to make it with? When there are no trees, when there are no leaves? hurriedly that shelter and you're in the middle of the desert, you need some kind of shade. So Allah subhanaw taala sent clouds upon them to shade them from the sun. And remember, lamb is used for thin white clouds.

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Because imagine if the clouds were dark, or if they were too thick,

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then what would happen?

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It would be very gloomy. Even if there was no rain, the rain would be in a way a blessing but just imagine if there are thick, dark clouds all the time. People get depressed,

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isn't it

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you want sunlight as well. And when you have white clouds in the sky, that are slowly passing by you have shade and at the same time you also have sun, there's also brightness, there's also a lot of light. It also provides you with shade and if there's wind, if there is a breeze, that is also cool. And sometimes you can see, you know such clouds if you're up on the plane, you can see the clouds and you can see their shade on the ground. Literally you can

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See that? So just imagine the bunny is further in the middle of the desert and a las panatela center above them clouds to shade them. And these clouds roll man

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ones in and we sat down or lay him upon them. Amanda was somewhere the man and Salwa, what is mine?

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What is when

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there are different opinions about remember?

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Basically, it's supposed to be something sweet. Someone said that it's something that tasted like honey, and it descended from the sky. Because over here Allah said, and Zelda it descended from the sky, between fudger and until the sun had completely risen so basically early morning,

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this like sometimes you find do cemetery they will find honey, or something like honey, that was sweet.

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And man literally is used for favor a huge favor.

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And dessert is actually a favor, right?

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It's not an everyday thing. It's a special thing. But there were so special that Allah subhanaw taala gave them this man every day.

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And also a cell where what the cell woman cell was used for a particular type of bird.

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It is said that it's like quails, or perhaps it was slightly bigger than quails. And if you look at it, bird meat is very lean, very tender, isn't it? So it's very lean and tender. And it's a delicacy in a way.

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Generally, people don't have duck meat that often because it's a delicacy similar to Turkey, chicken, it's so common today. But bird meat is generally a delicacy. So what salah and the quails could do, all of you eat, and this command is off permissibility that eat if you wish to eat, this is not that mandatory, you must eat all of this. It was a commander permissibility that eat mentally Eva tomatoes are gonna come eat of the good things that we have provided.

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Because Allah subhanaw taala likes it, that when he has given plenty of food to someone, and he enjoys it, he eats it. This is why you might even tell me he said that if a person without a sugary reason, without a genuine reason, he makes plenty of food, how long on himself, meaning he does not eat it at all, then he is doing something that is blameworthy

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if a person without a genuine reason makes the food Holloman himself meaning he never eats it. He does not eat it, then he's doing something that is blameworthy because Allah has commanded as kulu eat.

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Like, for example, some people say, I just don't eat fish. Why? I just never eat it. It's late. And Allah has told you kulu eat it. If there is a genuine reason, for example, it doesn't suit you. Or there is a health problem. Or maybe that fish has not been cooked properly. Or maybe it was earned unlawfully. Then Okay, fine, you have a reason. But if the food is right before you, you are hungry as well. You need that nutrition as well. There isn't that food and you say I just don't eat it. I just don't eat it. That is something that is blameworthy. And we all need to check ourselves. Because sometimes, there are some foods that we don't eat. It is literally we have made them hard on

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ourselves. I don't eat meat. I don't eat chicken. I don't eat fish. I don't eat lentils. I don't eat vegetables. Every person has his list of foods that he doesn't eat because of no genuine reason. If there's a health problem, that's okay. But without any reason, just complaining. I don't need this. And I don't need that. Why? What's the big deal? If it's Hillel, it's the it's good for you just because of your tongue. Just because you don't like the taste of it. It's because of loss of Paradise at kulu. So you have to eat it. And if a person abstains from it, without a genuine reason he's doing something that is blameworthy. This is something that is disliked because Allah has made

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that food and you should enjoy it.

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So Columbian. Thank you Betty Mendoza Kanako, masala Mona and we did not wrong from what I can can know and for several meals on the moon, but they themselves were doing well on themselves.

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What does I mean by this, we did not do zamanda

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meaning We bestowed them with so many blessings. It was there who refused the man and Sangha. And they said we're tired of this. We're bored of this. We want more variety. We want garlic and we want onions and we want lentils and we want wheat and vegetables. And they had a long list.

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And because of that they deprive themselves of money, and Salwa they deprive themselves of the shade of the cloud.

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When I can count on for some years, they themselves did so by being ungrateful. A lot did not do any injustice towards them.

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What is the letter home? And when it was sent to the school who had the hill Korea live dwell in the city

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when it was set to the Bani Israel was qu o school is on the roof ever seen calf noon second, which means to live somewhere.

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So they were told to enter and dwell and live where? In this city

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the word Korea What does it apply to? A town a population. Remember, it doesn't just apply to a small city, or a village or a town it can apply to even a country because the word Korea the main emphasis is on the people who are living together because Korean is the jam work together up together. What city is this? vital markers? When were they told to live in it?

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We learned early in South America I have 21 that yeah call me Oh the whole herbal mocha desert allottee cat avala hula Ko, that oh my people enter the Holy Land which Allah has assigned to you, which Allah has decreed for you. Well, I thought I'd do it at the Vatican fatale Rojas city, and do not turn back from fighting and a lost cause and thus become losers.

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So they were told, enter the city. And once you enter it live there, but obviously in order to enter the city what they have to do, they have to fight the people who are already living over there.

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Walk Hulu and eat. Meaning Once you've entered there, and you're living over there, eat minha from it. Meaning of the food that that land produces hater ship to wherever you are wish. similar words were also said to other listener, that wherever you wish from them to eat, you're free. Similarly, the money is fine. We're told that once you've entered the city, you're free in the city, this level for you enjoy it. waku and you all should say meaning when you're entering it, say hit button.

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What does hit for me? forgiveness helpfully under the rule been removed from us our sins. So we told them to say that Oh Allah removed from us our sins, our mistakes and forgive us for them.

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What the whole vibe and you enter the door. So Jasmine as one's frustrating. So, Jasmine is a plural of Sajid and who decided one who is doing such that? So, enter the city while you all are prostrating

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What does it mean by this, enter the door while prostrating

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this door has been understood in two ways, first of all, the door the gate of the city.

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And in that case, so that would mean

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a low Harlem whether it means prostrate immediately upon entering, do such that because such there is actually used for such that in which you put your head on the ground.

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That is what such there is in the Arabic language such there is not used for about

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such that is used for what when you put your head on the ground.

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So, it doesn't mean over here that while you're entering you should be in a state of sight, then you should crawl and know what it means is a low RLM that perhaps when you enter the city, then immediately do such that.

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And actually some scholars have said that what this means is enter wildfowling being in a very humble posture like the prophets all of a sudden when he entered Makkah, he was so low in his posture, that his beard was stretching the saddle of the camel, there was so low. So with humility, our as I mentioned, you said there is used precisely in which your head is touching the ground.

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So perhaps it means when you enter immediately go into such for this great blessing of Allah soprano.

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And others I set this back it actually refers to the gate of the masjid, which must have the temple of cinema or listener. That when you enter the beta macness the mustard when you enter, go straight to the masjid. And once you enter the masjid, two sizes are there.

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And the prophets are alone isn't it as well what do we learn from his son? That every time he would return to Medina, where would he go first? To the masjid and even Makka when he entered Where did he go? The carb where the hurun Baba. So

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now, we will forgive for you hopefully ethical mistakes and the word healthy that is a part of healthier and healthier is used for a mistake that is deliberate a sin that is deliberate.

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We will forgive for you all of your debt. Whether it was worshipping the cow for saying that which was inappropriate

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Same things to mozzarella cylinder were incorrect. We will forgive everything that happened in the past. Provided that when you're entering you seek forgiveness from a boss. When you enter the city, begin a new chapter, seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. Everything that happened in the past will forgive you for it not fair. We will forgive all of you, hopefully at all of your injustices, all of your transgressions, all of your inappropriate demands, we will forgive everything, forget about it, and begin a new chapter and center zero mercy, we will increase for those people who do airson.

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And remember, sn is with regards to a loss of penalty as well as with regards to people

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with regards to a loss penalty, what does it mean?

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That under the law and nichetto

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and with regards to people, what does it mean by the role model

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to do that, which is good to people and gospel other

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to refrain from harming people to refrain from hurting people. This is what we're saying is with regards to people do things bad lol maruf worker full adder

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doing that which is maruf to the people, worker full other and refraining from harming them or removing some other from them some kind of harm from them. That if a person is suffering from something, you alleviate their difficulty, you alleviate their harm.

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And you do something to benefit them. This is what your sign is towards people.

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So those people who do or sign on others, a lot will increase for them, along with forgive them their sense. And he will give them abundance in their provision in their opportunities.

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At the end of the loss of Coronavirus has what's known as either mercy and that is something very important for us to understand that when a person does exam with regards to Allah subhanaw taala as well as with regards to people.

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When a person is doing good to others than what happens to him,

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good is done to him.

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If a person does not help another, when the other is in need, just imagine if another person is in need and you know they're in need. And instead of doing physical model for a couple other What does a person do? he avoids them, he looks away from them.

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Then such a person? How does he expect that Allah will help him that Allah will aid him that Allah will increase reward for him. If we don't avoid hurting others, if we don't avoid harming others, and how do we expect that harm will not be done to us?

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Allah says wasn't as evil mazzini those who do

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good will be increased for them because they are doing good to others. When you do good to others, good is done to you. Good is done to you. The prophets are allowed to say Sallam said, those who help a Muslim, in hardship in this world will be protected by Allah from suffering hardship where in the hereafter.

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Those who held the unfortunate Allah will help them both in this world and in the hereafter. Those who keep the secrets of a Muslim in this world will have their secrets kept by Allah in this world and in the hereafter. A lot will help his servants as long as they help their fellow brothers,

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fellow Muslim brothers.

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So as long as a person is busy in trying to help others in trying to do better tomorrow for capital other than he has the help of Allah. He has the help of Allah. Why? Because Allah says wasn't as either mercy, we will increase for those people who are sad, but what is our behavior Generally,

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we find someone who needs help, we look away, we look away.

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It's as if nothing is happening. We pretend as if we have no idea that the other person is carrying such a heavy bag, we can see it on their face. But it's as though we cannot see their face. We can see a person struggling with the stuff that they're carrying. But it's as if nothing is happening before us. I don't know that person. So how can offer any help. At least you can open the door.

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Maybe you can give a smile. Maybe you can ask. When a person does not help others that help is not given to him. Help is not offered to him. Allah helps us live as long as a slave is busy in trying to help other people

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worse than as either mercy

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favela Latina Latina woman home, but those who wronged among them, what did they do? They changed but they changed. What did they change colon to a statement, layer or lady theater.

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A home Other than that, which was sent to them,

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a loss of planetary told them say, hey, when you're entering the city, we will close the chapter that has happened thus far, and you begin a new chapter in history.

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But what did these people do?

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They changed the word of Hitler into him or into heaven. What does that mean? grave that we want wheat, we want grain.

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And sometimes it is so ridiculous people actually do this out of mockery out of fun, out of excitement,

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that they will change the words, they will change words of Allah, they will change words that have been said to them.

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Just out of fun out of excitement. They can imagine all these people are entering the city. They're supposed to say Hippo, and all of a sudden one person says hindpaw hug. And everybody starts saying hubba hubba hubba. Just out of fun.

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Many times I see this happening even within our people that, you know, people are supposed to say one thing, and they change the words. One person changes the word out of excitement. Everybody starts saying, Oh, we were just having fun. We were just playing. We were just so excited. That's exactly what happened with them. They change the word to other than what was said to them. So there were consequences for all sudden La La in racism in a summer. We sat down upon them ribs a punishment of filthy punishment from the sky be Macedonia's anymore, because of the zoom that they used to do. What does ridges mean? What does it literally mean? to shiver? Remember to shutter so

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what is it a punishment or a plague in which people are shivering? Perhaps because of a fever, or some other reason? Or because it is so filthy, it is so vile that you see it and you Shut it.

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So originally was sent down from the sky, whether it was some form of plague or some form of punishment that was sent down from them. Why? Because the room that they used to do, we might can we have the moon?

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So what can we learn from this ayah but there are some people who went to make Dora. Instead of seeking forgiveness. They asked for different different things.

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Instead of seeking forgiveness and saying HIPAA, what do they say? hinfo

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familia nassima Yoku dorabella, attina Fredonia, just add enough adonia What does Allah say? What will it mean? holla

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but on the other hand, there are those who pray for hustler in this world and hasna in the hereafter.

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So what is the lesson in this for us? That we must seek a lot of forgiveness because when we seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala that Allah will give you blessings in the dunya

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if you say hello, Totten, you will receive hinta as well you will receive her as well. But if you only say have been if you only say hindpaw then you will not receive HIPAA.

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Do you understand?

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If a person prays for forgiveness, then he will also get worldly blessings. But if a person only prays for worldly blessings, then he will not necessarily get forgiveness from Allah

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was unknown. And ask them meaning as to Bani Israel or profits or Lotus Allah. I Aria about the city about the town about the people.

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Meaning ask the money Israel about what happened to them. Which area was this? And Letty cannot have a motel, which was how the present by the sea, meaning it lived right by the sea, bordering the sea, neighbouring the sea. So basically it lived on the coast of the Red Sea. These people Where do they live by the coast of the sea?

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And those people who live by the sea, what is their occupation, fishing, something to do in the sea?

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Even if they go for something else they do under fishing. What city was this which people were these It is said that it refers to the people of ala

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And this city was located by the coast of the Red Sea between the city of Medina and mountains.

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So what happened to these people? is they are doing a facility when they will transgress in the matter of the Sabbath.

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How would they transgress? They were not allowed to fish on Saturday. on the Sabbath.

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They were only allowed to worship Allah subhanaw taala but what did they do? They transgressed How? By fishing?

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Why? Because is that to him when it would come to them? What would come to them hate and whom their fish he turn is the plural of who and what is hurt me? What has hurt me? fish in the Quran so far we have learned what many animals

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Many animals what they're called in Arabic. Can you remember some of them?

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Because

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Mars button. What else? Even common? Jawad, Bopha their love their frogs.

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So over here we learned about hate then make a list of these animals and teach your children Teach Your younger siblings.

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So is the team returned home when their fish would come to them when yoma sub team on the day of Saturday? How would they come around openly? visibly Sharon is a product of Sharia, which is under federal law

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and shatter is that which is visible. That which appears that which comes near from the same route is over chettiar Why is it called shear because this way of life is clear, visible. And shear literally is used for a clear way that leads to water.

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So, these fish, they would come to them on Saturday, openly, meaning they would appear above water, they would come right by the shore and they would appear on the surface of the water literally floating at the surface visible at the surface of the water. You know, sometimes you can see the fish floating inside the water.

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And is also said that these fish they would come by the cost. You could see them inside the water and they would also poke their heads out.

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And people who know how to fish. I mean, when you see like ripples in the water, what does that mean that there is a fish over here.

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And just imagine you even see the tip.

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And if you look over here, Allah subhanaw taala says their fish would come to them.

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What does it mean?

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These fish were written in their risk, they were going to get them anyway. A loss of pilot or they had decreed these fish in their risk anyway.

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So these fish, which were written for them decreed for them, they came to them and they were visible at the surface of the water poking their heads out. But obviously what did they do? They used held on means to obtain the risk that was already decreed for them. He turned him it was their fish, they were decreed for them. But they used heroin means to obtain them.

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Remember, every person's risk is written whatever you get was written for you from before.

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If anything you get it was written for you.

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Now your test is how do you get it? How do you obtain it?

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If something is written for you Why get it through how long means Why?

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Even if you don't do anything still it's gonna come to you remember that because it's written for you. So is the DMCA aeternum yamasa team Shatta

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Wale malarious v2 and the day they would not have the sub jambalaya spittoon. Today they would not keep the Sabbath, meaning it wasn't a Saturday, it wasn't a day for worship, it was one of the days of the week, letter 13 they will not come to them. They will not be at the shore.

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So in other words, it would make fishing a bit harder for them. They would have to spend more time more effort trying to fish but on Saturday they would come right by the shore at the surface of the water

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because it can a blue does it with us them be my clan we have so own because of the sense that they would come in.

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Now these people they were not allowed to fish on Saturday.

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And if they did, it would be unlawful income.

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If they would fish any other day of the week, it would be lawful income. A loss of penetrator calls these fish, they're fish because they were written for them anyway. They were going to get them anyway. But they obtained them to have our means. Why? Because Allah subhanaw taala put them in a test. Why? Because of the crimes that they used to commit.

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What do we learn from this ayah that when people are rebellious when people are disobedient than the last panel data puts them in desks and trials in this world? Because Allah says that gallican Abu Bhima Cano? Yep. sukoon So when people cross limits Allah subhanaw taala puts them in tests and trials in this world even.

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We also learn from this idea that if a person is not pleased with the lawful, then because of his sins, Allah closes the doors of lawful for him.

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Allah makes doors of Hillel difficult for him when a person is not content with it,

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you see, they were allowed to fish the rest of the week. And the fish were not easy to catch the rest of the week. It was made difficult for

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them to earn Hillel. Why? Because of their discontent with it.

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Because they wanted to fish on Saturday.

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The Haram was right before them, they wanted to enjoy it. That's how they wanted to get it.

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So when they were discontent with the Hillel, Allah subhanaw taala made halaal difficult for them. And he opened up the heroin for them.

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And this is a punishment. This is a test. This is a difficult test. And where does it begin from a person's own discontent, a person's own disobedience to a loss of Panther.

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So what are these people do? What do they do?

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On Saturday? They would fish because it was so easy to fish on that day, even if it meant going against the commands of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And how would they fish? They will put their nets on Friday and take them out on Sunday. We're not fishing but we're fishing. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said letter Taki boo multicarrier who do foster Hello Muharram Allahu be added here. Do not repeat what the Jews committed.

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Do not repeat what they committed and violate a loss prohibitionists using deceitful tricks. They use deceitful tricks to violate the prohibitions of a loss of personal data.

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What is our behavior to do with the commands of Allah? Sometimes

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tricks deceitful tricks and what are they? So and So said it's okay. But if I go this way, even if I change the name, then it's okay.

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For example, when it comes to rubber, people will not call it rubber, they will call it something else. The entire process is the same entire process exactly the same. That is don't call it rip, but they will give it another name. What is that? trickery, deceit?

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The prophets are a lot of them forbade us from doing that. Don't do that. First, the Helloooo Muharram Allah be evident here, meaning do not violate a lust, prohibitionist using deceitful tricks. Don't do that. Don't do what they did.

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Now, when this was happening within the people, the Bani Israel, especially the people of this town, they were divided into three groups. One group was those people who committed the prohibition. How, by fishermen Saturday, by putting their nets on Friday and taking them out on Sunday.

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The second group was those people who prohibited them from transgression.

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And they also avoided the crime themselves.

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And the third group was of those who were just spectators.

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How they will not fish themselves. And they also did not stop others.

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Do you see this theme being repeated again?

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It happened earlier as well, when the people were worshipping the graph.

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Constantly. There is a group of people who are being mentioned which people who just watch and see what's going on. They stay away from the crime themselves, but they don't even stop it. Such people are also blameworthy as we will see in the following as

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