Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 09 – L099E

Taimiyyah Zubair

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How's the relationship on your rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim?

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lesson number 99 SoTL and fail?

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What idiom kobika la Vina cafaro and remember when those who disbelieved plotted against you,

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against who,

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against the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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more blessings of Allah are being mentioned, so that the believers are grateful for the victory that they had received and not become arrogant about it.

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There were AVM Kuru beaker that when the disbelievers they were plotting all of them had gathered up together, and they were plotting against you in order to harm you. And when was this the evening when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam migrated to Medina the day before that.

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So they were plotting all together. And what are they planning about?

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Lee use v2 so that they should imprison you. They were thinking of imprisoning you use v2 is from the newsletters said bad Tibet. What does that mean? firmness, stability. And from this is bad used to be to his from his bed, which is to imprison to make someone in mobile to make someone immovable. Because when a person is imprisoned, what happens? They restricted they cannot go around. So they were planning to imprison you to confine you to change you up to lock you up. Why do they want to do that? So that though he wouldn't spread in Makkah,

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so that people would not become Muslim? Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was free in Mecca and the hill, we had a ballot. He was free in Makkah. So what happened? He would go to the harem. He would go around the streets, and he would call people to Allah. He would call people to his oneness. Especially when the pilgrims would come. We would go to Mina, he would go to Europe and call people to donate. So the people of Makkah, they wanted to get rid of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam somehow, and obviously, they couldn't go and kill him. Why? Why? Because he belonged to a tribe. Correct. And killing one person from a tribe was like waging war against the whole tribe. And the Prophet sort of

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artisans tribe was a very noble tribe Quraysh so they couldn't just kill him, loose betokens so that they imprison you, or your palooka or they kill you, they all planned to kill the Prophet sallallahu Sallam together, so that his tribe could not take revenge from everybody. You understand?

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And inshallah has mentioned you the incident in which all of this is mentioned in detail.

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Or they wish to expel you why I'm Karuna and they were plotting why I'm called Allah and Allah was also planning. They were plotting against you and Allah was planning to save you.

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Allah who hate on marketing and Allah is best of planners. Why? Because his plan is always successful. And he is halal marketing, because his plan is the best.

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Why? Because he's early. He is knowledgeable of all situations, he knows what should be done. And at the same time, he is ideal. He is capable, he has the power to implement to carry through his plan.

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Even Russell dinardo, he narrated the tone of the chiefs of the various tribes of Quraysh. They gathered in their own network. What was their own network,

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you can say was like their conference hall. So whenever there was an important issue, and they had to discuss it, the leaders would all get together over there and discuss it. And he believes he met them as well, in the form of an eminent old man, a very noble, respected man, he came in his form. He believes because jinn, they can come in the form of human beings.

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So at least met them in the form of an eminent old man. When they saw him, they asked, Who are you?

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So he said, I'm an old man from Nigeria. I heard that you are having a meeting, and I wish to attend your meeting. You will benefit from my opinion and advice. They said, agreed, come in. So he entered with them.

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Iblees said, you have to think about this man. Who is he referring to? The Prophet sallallahu

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by Allah He will soon overwhelm you with his matter meaning with his religion. So he is inciting them. Do something against him because sooner or later he's going to defeat you.

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So one of them said, imprison him, restrained in chains until he dies just like the poet's before him all died, such as the hate and a nebula

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that there were some boys before

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If people didn't agree with them, what would they do that which is tie them up, imprison them, not give them any food, water and eventually, they will die. So nobody can say, Oh, we killed him. Because he died himself. They just imprisoned him very early, he is abort just like they were. So the old man from next he commented By Allah, this is not a good idea.

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Why? Because his Lord will release him from his prison to his companions, who will liberate him from your hands, they will protect him from you, and they might expel you from your land, you will imprison him, somehow or the other you will become free. And when you will become free, he will leave you

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and then what's going to happen, he's going to overpower you with His people.

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They said, This old man has said the truth, therefore seek an opinion other than this one. Another one of them, he said, expel him from your land, so that you are free from his trouble. If he leaves your land, you will not be bothered by what he does, or where he goes as long as he is not among you to bring your troubles, he will be with someone else.

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But the old man from Nigeria, meaning at least he replied By Allah, this is not a good opinion. Have you forgotten his sweet talk and eloquence

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as well as how his speech captures the hearts by Allah this way, he will collect even more followers among Arabs, who will gather against you and attack you in your own land, expel you and kill your cheeks.

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They said he has said the truth by Allah.

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Therefore seek an opinion other than this one.

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A Buddha spoke next. And he said, By Allah, I have an idea that no one else has suggested yet. And I see no better opinion for you. Choose a strong and socially elevated young man from each tribe. From each one of them select to a strong and socially elevated young man from the elite of the society and give each one of them a sharp sword. Then they would all strike Mohamad sort of lovely sort of narrative at the same time with their swords and kill him.

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Hence, his blood would be shared by all tribes. This way his tribe, Banu Hashim, have the courage, they would realize that they cannot wage war against all of the Kurdish tribes, and would be forced to agree to accept the blood money,

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we would have brought comfort to ourselves and stopped him from bothering us. So the old man from Nigeria, he commented, if these commented By Allah, this man has expressed the best opinion. And I do not support any other opinion. They quickly ended their meeting and started preparing for the implementation of this plan.

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So this was their plot.

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But alas, the panels are also had a plan. And what was it

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because he is early, we'll leave you with Shahada because he is studied. He sent jublee and jabril informed the Prophet sallallahu.

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And he commanded him not to sleep in his bed at night.

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And he commanded him to leave during that night.

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And the men who had surrounded his house in order to kill him, when he would come out, to go to the harem, those men were overpowered by sleep. And at that time, the profits are a lot of seven left. And then he migrated to Medina.

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And they search through the desert looking for him in order to find him and kill him. But they weren't successful. Until the Prophet sought a lot Islam successfully got to Medina.

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This is a huge favor of Allah. That look everybody's planning to harm you. They were plotting to harm you. But look at how Allah subhanaw taala rescued you. This is how Allah has helped comes Why is this being mentioned, isn't it history now, especially when the Battle of other took place? This is history. But remember the times when Allah saved you, this time also who saved you have saved never forget that ally is the one who aids you in every situation, that he is the one who saves you from every cup, every difficulty that you're in. So don't forget to be thankful.

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What either took La La tuna and when our Verses are recited to them, who the co founder of the machine, what is their reaction? Or do they say adios America? They say we have heard? Yes, we know very well about his stories. Yes, it's the same story is repeated again and again in the Quran. People say this even today. The Quran is so repetitive. The story of new artists that was mentioned so many times but if you look at it each time, the story is mentioned in different way. There is a different aspect because Allah subhanaw taala does not mention the stories to tell us about the story, but rather he tells the story why. So that we can take a lesson. So this is America we have

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heard enough. We know already. Low inertia. Oh lacuna mitla that is

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We want, we can also say something like that. We can also come up with same stories in hair that Illa SL people are willing, this is not what legends of the former people. What you're telling us is only legends. It's myths of who, people who came before us, as athlete as a Florida for students. And it was Florida is used for a legend. It's generally used for a myth, or a story that is widely narrated, widely narrated, and it's also generally acceptable by people. However, people know that it's wrong. For example, fairy tales, all of your Disney movies, when you were kids, when your older siblings were kids, they read Snow White Beauty and the Beast and all of these, and now your

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children, perhaps they're reading the same stuff, or they know about the same stuff, at least, if you're saving them from that, hopefully, inshallah.

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So, the surah is what a story that is known to be false. It's a myth. But it's widely narrated, it's widely accepted, widely accepted by people.

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And it's from satara. SATA means to make a line. So it is to write something in lines. So So Plato, or welline, these are stories of former people, meaning wish the former people invented, they fabricated, and they have been passed on from one generation to the next. And this man from somewhere, he got to know these stories, and now he's telling us about them

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in her self leaving away,

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so the people of Makkah, they were extremely arrogant. And this is why they said that they would listen to the Quran, but they would not give any importance to it.

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On the contrary, what would they do?

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They would say, we have heard, we know already, we don't need to know any more.

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And besides, what you're telling is only stories, and we've heard many stories before.

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In total for con number five, we learned we'll call ourselves a wedding. And they say legends of the former people's IQ data, which he has written down for here, Tom La, la book rotten wood, and they are dictated to him morning and afternoon. The same stories are coming to him morning and afternoon.

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And they say that if we want we can also say something like that, we can also produce something like the Quran. However, they were never able to do that. This was pure arrogance. Because they were challenged so many times, that if you can bring something like the Quran,

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when I 10 I had one surah but they were never able to produce anything like they

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never.

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But they did attempt. For example, we learned that another unit had it. He was a mystic. He visited Persia, and he learned the stories of some Persian kings, such as the rooster and his frontier. And when he went back to Mecca, he found that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was sent from Allah and reciting the Quran to people.

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So whenever the prophet SAW a lot of sun would have an audience, there were people who were listening to the Quran. And if not there, was also sitting over there, if not, that also happened to be there, what would he do, he would begin narrating to them the stories that he learned in Persia, and he would proclaim afterwards who has better tails to narrate. I am Hamlet, now the villa. So this is what he would say. So if we want we can also produce something like the Quran. This is not something difficult. However, they were never able to meet this challenge. And this challenge stands still today.

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What if and when they said Allahumma O Allah in Canada who will help you if this is really the truth, meaning if this prophet if this Quran if his teachings are really the truth, men are indika from you, for only when you rain down Elena avantis Hadith Amina summer, stones from the sky rocks from the sky,

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sent down a shower of stones upon us. Why? To punish us because we're not believing. If you look at it, a person with a sound mind what would he pray for? That if this is a truth, show it to me, opened my heart to it. This is what the prophet SAW a lot of doctors as well. That made Torah that Allahumma Arenal ha ha ha Khan was zucchini at Barrow arena battle about Lenin. What is opener? It's terrible.

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But what are they praying for? That if this is the truth and send your punishment upon a sent down a shower of stones upon Minnesota from the sky?

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Oh wait, you know or come to us, meaning send upon us beer or there have been a painful punishment for our denial for it. So they send this out of income, out of denial, out of rejection and also out of mockery. They said this out of pure mockery.

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And as a medic, he said that Abu Jamal he uttered

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This statement that Oh Allah if this is indeed the truth from you than rain down stone than us from the sky or bring on us a painful punishment

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who said this Abuja

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and we learned that before the people of Mecca left Makkah to fight the Muslims. Basically before the army def maka Abuja he went up to the cargo holding on to the kiswa of the cargo and he made this

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that if we're wrong then punishes What do we learn from certain mileage? I number one into that selesa. Elon, we are Leavenworth here that a questioner What did he asked for?

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What did he asked for

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a tournament? That will definitely fall down? That will definitely come. I mean, if he had to ask for anything, he should have asked for something different. That open our heart to it, show it to us. But what did he pray for? For a punishment?

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Well, Americana la Julio at the VA home, but Allah would not punish them. You may wonder that if they were wrong, they widened a lot to punish them simply

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because Allah is not going to punish them and defeat him while you are still amongst them. What does it mean by that?

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That until the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in Makkah, the punishment was not to descend upon them. Because the Messenger of Allah was there. And what was he doing?

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when they hear that one cup? What did we learn earlier, that if there are people who are not stopping, then the punishment will come.

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Over here, we see that we're undefeated, while you are amongst them, especially while the profits are on notice Adam was in them. The punishment of Allah was not to descend upon the people. So what does it true that the presence of the Prophet saves the people

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Womack and Allahumma it by whom and Allah is not true punishment. Also early, we read into local era, that all of the prophets they were saved. And then the punishment came, for example, Lutheranism he was told to leave.

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And when he left, then the punishment came. No restaurant wants to build the ship. And then the punishment came.

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So until the profits or a lot of sudden was in Makkah, no punishment came upon them.

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And they would continue to demand that either show us a miracle or bring a punishment upon us. Otherwise, we're not going to believe in you.

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Why am I can Allahumma deebot home and another reason as to why Allah would not send a punishment upon them is Pharaoh homiest, the Pharaoh, that they're seeking forgiveness.

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What does he mean by that?

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The people of Mecca, they would seek forgiveness from Allah soprano.

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They did believe in Allah. Yes, they were mushrikeen Yes, they rejected the prophets are allowed us Allah. However, they still believed in Allah.

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They did check with him, but still they believe in Allah. And it is said that when they will do tawaf, they were Telefonica, we seek your forgiveness.

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So yes, they are committing major sins, Major Crimes, but at the same time, they're still seeking forgiveness. Therefore, they will not be punished.

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Secondly, they said that we're Haumea, suffering day, over here, first of the people of the town, that in the town in the city of Mecca, it wasn't just a machine. There were also who else believers, isn't it.

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And they were seeking forgiveness from us.

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So if such people are present, then Allah will not send his punishment upon. And even when the prophets are allowed Islam migrated from Mecca to Medina, still, there were some people, some believers were left in Makkah, they could not migrate because of some reason. And they were most of their phone. They were ones who were oppressed, so they were constantly seeking forgiveness. So this is a reason as to why Allah subhanaw taala did not sin, punishment upon them. So what do we learn from this ayah?

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That two things prevent punishment of Allah?

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And what are they? First of all, the presence of the messenger, which indicates and what will marijuana here in Makkah,

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and secondly, seeking forgiveness. When these two things are there, then people will not be punished.

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We learned that Oh, sorry. He narrated to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, If Lee said to Allah, the buyer might, oh Lord, I will go on tempting Your servants, as long as their souls are in their bodies. As long as the son of Adam is alive, I will continue to tempt him.

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Allah subhanaw taala replied, by my mind and majesty, I will keep forgiving them. As long as they keep invoking me for forgiveness. You understand? Jefferson said I will continue to misguidance

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As long as they're alive, Allah says I will continue to forgive them as long as they seek forgiveness.

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So, as long as people are seeking forgiveness, a less punishment does not descend upon them. What is it show?

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That along with doing our marital one 101 Club we also have to do is to

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woman a woman, and what is for them? Meaning what is it that they have in their favor? that allow you or the boy whom Allah that Allah would not punish them? Meaning they definitely deserve the punishment. People have muckety muck in the kafar it's not that they don't deserve the punishment. No, they deserve the punishment.

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Well manna whom Allah you're a diva Humala, why would Allah not punish them? Well, homea so Dona Ana mercy did her own while they are stopping people from the sacred mosque, from the huddle. What am I kind of earlier who, while they are not its guardians, meaning they're not fit to be its guardians.

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The people of Mecca, many of them, certain tribes, what were they? They were the guardians. They were the caretakers of the Kaaba.

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And because there were people of Mecca, they had authority over there.

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And therefore, what would they do? If the profits or losses wish to go and pray in the huddle, they would stop him, they would hinder him.

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Similarly, other people if they wish to go and worship Allah subhanaw taala over there, they would hinder them.

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Later on, we learned that when the Muslims they wish to go in performance and when they were hindered,

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isn't it Oh, so well, homea. So dooner, and it must be that hard on their stopping people from the sacred mosque. Whereas in reality, they're not fit to be its guardians. So they've definitely deserved the punishment of Allah, which is why Allah sent upon them defeat at the date of birth that

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Allah sent upon them defeat when

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on the day of birth,

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because they definitely deserve the punishment.

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Who are fit to be the guardians of the masjid of the Harlem.

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Allah says in Olia, its guardians meaning those who are fit to be its guardians, or who, in only the motto, those people who have

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when I came home last year alone, but most of them don't know. Meaning, most of the people don't know that it's the one who has dako who deserves to have leadership, who deserves to be the guardian, optimistic, the caretaker of the mosque? What do we learn from this ayah? who deserves to be the caretaker of the mosque, the caretaker of its affairs, whether it is managing the building, or it is managing the people? Or it is leading the people in any way? who deserves to have that position? The one who has the Cova?

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The one who fears the loss of

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the multi person,

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you may wonder how do we know how much the core person has? How do we know?

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It shows how, by the person's actions, by the way a person talks. By the way, a person is committed to the dean, if he's concerned about what he puts in his mouth, what money he puts in his pocket, about his Salah? What does it show that person has done.

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And if a person does not care about what he's eating, the person does not care about how he's talking. He doesn't care about how he's dressing. He doesn't care about his work, he doesn't care about any of the commands that Allah has given. Such a person is not a monopoly. And such a person does not deserve to be the man. Such a person does not deserve to be the leader.

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Do you understand?

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Because sometimes we think well, we should modernize and we should progress with the rest of the people. And we should have any man who doesn't have a beard, or we should have any man who who hasn't even learned that.

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This is not correct. who deserves to be the leader, the Wali of the masjid, the one who has the core of Allah

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and taqwa shows, he assets in the heart, but it's not just in the heart, it shows by the actions. What's the definition of the core, it's the fear of Allah that takes a person to his obedience and keeps him away from his disobedience.

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Well, Americana saw that to him, and their Salah is not who's who is being spoken about over here. It's the people of Northern Michigan. So the motion keen, they're solid, meaning their worship, their ritual, their evader is not in the beta near the house. Which house Baitullah the Carver

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so around the Carver, how is it that they worship Allah? What kind of solid do they pray

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in there except mocha and whistling? What does Leah and clapping they think that they're deserving to be the leaders or

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caretakers of the garba. And because of that they're very arrogant. Because of that they think they're very righteous. Let them look at their worship, let them look at their rituals. How do they worship Allah

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by whistling and clapping entertainment, in the name of religion?

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mocha, is to whistle with one's mouth, or it is to bring together one's fingers and blow through them to produce a whistling sound.

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And the word mocha is also used for snapping fingers, you know, like this?

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This is mocha. So mocha is what? whistling as well as snapping your fingers.

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So this is what they do.

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What does the What does does SEO mean

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to clap your hands with both hands to applaud. So when they're praying, when they're worshiping, when they come together in the name of religion, they're not making the law. They're not doing subdued. It's not the recitation of the Quran. But what is it? clapping and snapping their fingers, and whistling and singing, and dancing.

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This is what their religion is all about.

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Now, this was the machine. But unfortunately, if we look at it, many of our Muslims even what have we come up with? That when we come together, when we come together, in the name of conferences, in the name of lectures, and so on and so forth? Literally, there are concerts. And what does that involve?

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Are people sitting down and listening to the machine and increasing their event? No, unfortunately, there are women who are standing up and screaming and taking pictures and taking videos and, and singing along with the singer. It's as though you are in a concert.

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The way the lights are, the whole atmosphere is not an atmosphere, which improves your emotion. It doesn't. When there is a male singer, who is in the front, women in hijab, screaming, taking pictures, what does that show? mocha? And what asleep? Is this what you came together for? This was what the people of my country.

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This is what the machine did in the masjid, in the masjid of Allah. And unfortunately today as well, we come together in the masjid, and this is what we want to do.

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This is what we want to do.

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Entertainment in the name of religion. It's not that entertainment is forbidden. It's not that singing is forbidden. No, it's not forbidden. At read what happened.

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There were girls who were singing. And the Prophet said a lot of them allowed them to sing. Similarly, on the day of read what happened,

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there were these people who came and they showed some tricks and in the mustard, and I showed that on her. She also watched their tricks, that whole show that they displayed.

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But it wasn't about clapping, and whistling and rooting and snapping their fingers. And being so engrossed in that entertainment that they forget about their solder.

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It wasn't like that.

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Entertainment is permissible, as long as it is within its limits.

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As long as it is within its limits. If it's taken out of the limits, if it's blown beyond proportion, that you're promoting the conference with the coming of a particular group and not the lecturers not the team, then there is a problem. And if people are coming at the time of the concert, and at the time of the lectures, then that's a problem.

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Then that's a problem because more importance is being given to what

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to entertainment and not worship.