Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 11 – L109D

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At-Taubah 94-106 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 100-106

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Okay, number 100 out of la mina Shivani rajim Bismillah AR he

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was Serbia Kunal away Luna min el mahadji. Rena will answer.

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One levena terbaru BSN. Probably Allahu anhu. What are the one who

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and the first foreigners? The first ones, the foreigners, among them, oh hygiene and the Ansel

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and not just them, but those who follow them with good conduct as well.

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Allah is pleased with them and they are pleased with him.

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Now another character is being displayed before us. One is off the hypocrite and one is of a sincere believer, but which believers are savvy Cohn, a savvy goon is a plural acerbic from the root letters seen back off cervical subiaco literally means to get ahead, to proceed to go forward.

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You understand, to get ahead. Like for example, two people, or three people are working together, one of them gets ahead of the rest. Similarly, the word sybok is used for a lesson, because with each lesson, you get ahead in your course.

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So a savvy goon, those who

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go ahead of who have others,

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in what in Amen, and also in ether.

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In Amen, and also in obedience.

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The first ones, the forerunners, the pioneers, they got ahead of everybody else.

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And they weren't just those who got ahead of everybody else. But they also are alone. And a wound is a plural of a well, a well is first one. So they didn't just get ahead of everybody else. But they were the first ones to do what they did.

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They didn't just win the race, but they were the first ones to do what they did nobody else did this before them.

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What is it that they got ahead of before others? Or what is it that they did first before anyone else? Amen. Obedience, it is said that sub

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being ahead of others is in three ways. First of all, in cipher in attribute, what does that mean? That a person develops an attribute before others

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understand, so a savvy poodle or balloon What does it mean those who became Muslim first.

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So those Sahaba who became Muslim when in Makkah,

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similarly sepka is also with regards to time with regards to demand it is to do something before the other end time.

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Thirdly, it is also with regards to McCann place that for example, when a person reaches a destination first, when a person reaches the place before others. So a savvy Khun Walloon Who are they? They are those companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who were the first ones to become Muslim.

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first ones to become Muslim.

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Whether they were the first ones to become Muslim in Makkah, or they were the first ones to become Muslim in Medina.

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You might say that those who became Muslim in Makkah, became Muslim much before those became Muslim in Medina. But Allah subhanaw taala says over here, minimal hygiene a well answer

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because they were the first ones how that as soon as they learnt, they accept it. As soon as they found out they accepted.

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Yes, it got to them later on. But they didn't delay once it came to them once they found out about it.

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So first of all, it refers to those companions who became Muslim first. Secondly, a savvy hula Walloon altar refers to those companions who were present at birth. According to

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those who were present were at the Battle of fetish, because the Battle of butter was very soon after the hedgerow and it was the first battle.

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Similarly, it has been said that it refers to those companions who prey towards both the clipless

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remember, initially when the Prophet sort of also migrated to Medina, he was told to pray towards Jerusalem and then he was told to pray towards Makkah. So those who prayed in both directions in the direction of Jerusalem as well as in the direction of Makkah. It is also said that a savvy Kunal a wound refers to those who were present at who they be

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at the Treaty of Arabia.

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So you can

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Understand a second golden hour known as the popular Sahaba. The well known Sahaba

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whether they were of the Mahajan or the answer,

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those are the ones who are well known, isn't it? There were so many people who went along to Prophet sallallahu Sallam at the Battle of the boom 30,000 so many amongst them, but which ones are we most familiar with? aboubaker aroma earthman isn't it? So they're a savvy one and a one. They became Muslim. First, they were present at birth. They pray towards both the papers and they were present at her debut.

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We learned in sotto Hadid number 10, Allah Subhana Allah says, lay as the women come, man amfa come in Kabul, in fact, he will Carter Allah, Allah odorata domina Latina and fakuma Umberto workato. Now not equal among you are those who spent before the conquest of Makkah, and also fought before the conquest. And those who did so afterwards.

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Those who spent and fight before the conquest of Makkah, they're not the same as those who fought and spent after the conquest of Makkah. Those who spent before there are greater in degree than they who spent afterwards and fought

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to establish our own refers to those companions from among them hygiene and the unsought who were the first ones to become Muslim and serve the deen of Allah soprano.

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From the more hygiene from those who migrate from Mecca to Medina, have the most familiar ones to us or who have ibaka learned her aroma or smen ie. Zaid Abdur Rahman, even

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Bilal Musa salad even we will pass our beleiving omac to the long run home and from the unsaved those who help them with hygiene when they migrate it to them from amongst them, especially the set that the savvy who aren't from the answer or those who became Muslim even before the prophets or a lot of them migrated to Medina.

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Those who became Muslim before he did his little.

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inshallah, you will learn in Sierra, that before the Prophet said a lot of sort of migrated there was a bear that he made with the people of Medina, and it's known as the bear of October,

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they had come for Hajj, and they had made a bear with the profits. So from the inside, it refers to those who were present over there

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at the first bear October,

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and according to others, it is those unsought who became Muslim at the hands of Musab even are made, and busara.

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That before the Prophet migrated, he sent some companions. Amongst them, one was an Abu surah.

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And they went into Dawa in Medina. They did higit over there first, basically, and many became Muslim at their heads.

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For example, I mentioned to you about our mo Eben jimu.

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I'm sure you have heard about his story, that his sons they became Muslim at the hand of wasabi been remade.

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And even Jammu he had an idol known as manette. And before he would do anything, he would always consult that idol.

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Eventually to make him understand as to how the idol does not know anything, what did the sons do?

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The throw it in the dump and they tied it to a dead dog and they did many things to make the father understand and eventually became Muslim.

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So from the inside, it is those who became Muslim at the hands of Abu Musab are made.

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So those who became Muslim first those who sacrifice for the deen first before anyone else did before it became the trend. Because when they became Muslim, when they fought when they spent it was not the trend. Not at all. It was a very strange thing to do. It was a very odd thing to do. They were the first ones to do it.

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One Medina and those people who are over will follow them the accent with air sir. What does it mean by following them with your son, that those people who later joined them in Medina,

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those people who later joined them in Medina, for example, we learned about Abu huraira to learn how he came in, joined later in Medina. Similarly, those Muslims who had migrated to Abba sr, although they are the first ones to become Muslim, but later on they came and joined the Muslims in Medina.

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So alladhina terbaru, who are scientists first of all understood as those who later joined them.

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Secondly, it is said alladhina taba Roomba, your son, it refers to those who came after them, the next generation.

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So who does it refer?

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To the tab in the tab your own, and it's derived from the work tab or alladhina, terbaru. home. What does that mean to follow?

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So who is it February?

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Who is a believer? And he gets to see the Sahaba.

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So he is a believer while he is with the Sahaba.

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Even if he's met and stayed with only one to have it, even that person is a tiger.

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So Aladdin at the very moment your son.

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And it's not just that next generation, but it's a generation after generation after up until the day of judgment, as long as they follow the way of the companions, how with their son,

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meaning they do, what the Sahaba did, they have Islam. And they also do Armand, in the best way, with the right conviction for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So such people, but only Allahu Allah is happy with them. Why? Because of their obedience to Him. And what does it mean by Allah is happy with them, that he has accepted their deeds, and he has approved of their deeds, and he has forgiven them.

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Around the Allahu

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insult worker, what do we learn was Samuel Kuhn, a cervical, electrical makara wound because Allah is happy with them.

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They will be makara boon brought close to a lot.

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And it's not just that Ally's happy with them. But what are the one who that they're also pleased with him, they're also happy with Allah.

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How that they're happy with the reward that Allah has given them. And they're happy with the blessings that Allah has bestowed upon them.

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And they're happy with the blessings that Allah has bestowed upon them in the dunya and those blessings which Allah has promised them in the hereafter.

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So in the dunya, the success that Allah granted them, there is the honor that Allah granted them with Islam.

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And in the Hereafter, the reward that Allah has promised him, all of that is what they are happy with him for all these blessings. Similarly, they're happy with him for the commands that He has given them. They don't say that's not fair. They accept them willingly. Happy rotowire and who they're happy with him with his decisions?

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Well, our Adela home, Jeanette, and he has prepared for them gardens, what gardens that Judy

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and her underneath which rivers flow?

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How did he know if he had ever that abiding there in eternity, then he confirms that our leave and that is a great success. Everyone wants to be successful. Everyone wants to be saved. But what is the way to success according to this ayah

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that if you want the pleasure of Allah, do not wait for others.

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To do it first, to try out the commands first. Do not wait for others. If you know that something is from Allah, and trust Allah, be happy with his commands, be happy with his decisions? And do it.

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Even if you're the only one.

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Even if you're the first one to do it.

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Generally, we'll become hesitant if we're the first ones to try something out, isn't it?

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Because we don't know who to look up to?

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How do we know what possible loss there is what possible benefit there is. We like to see if other people have done it before us.

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But the ones who do something the first time before anyone else has done it. They're the ones who get the most benefit. And they're the ones who are most confident about that as well.

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Like, for example, generally what happens if there's a new product? Or if there's, you know, a new software or something, then what do people do they wait for other people to try it out and test it. And then based on other people's tests and experiences, then they will make a decision. Do I want to do it or not. But sometimes that happens by the time you get your hands on it, it's too late, it becomes old as well.

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If you're the first one to get it, if you're the first one to do it, you are an opportunistic person, you are taking advantage of an opportunity.

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And perhaps the benefit that you will get is much more than anyone else.

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Someone once mentioned a story of how there was a man in India A long time ago, when there was this new kind of a car that was going to be brought to India. And when he found out he said okay, these cars are also going to get messed up so people have to get them repaired. So what did he do? He went abroad to get training as to how to repair those cars.

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And when he came back, he had the first business of repairing those cars

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and he got the most advantage everybody would come

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to him.

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So, this is what grasping the opportunity at the right time.

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Because when you do that, you benefit the most compared to anyone else. People will follow you later on but they will not get the same benefit as you do. But such people are few

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such daring people are few.

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And for these few as well, Allah subhanaw taala has prepared a great reward.

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Woman man how la communal Allah? And among those around you of the veterans are Who?

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When African?

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Why is this I placed over here in the midst of the discussion of the hypocrites of the magical

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because when I first learned they would wait for other people

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and they didn't accept Islam immediately. They accepted Islam later on.

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Later on, seeing Okay, What benefits do they get? What harm do they incur? What does Allah say the savvy Kunal a well known they are ahead of everybody else from the hygiene and the answer.

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Like for example, there were some people who didn't make a Muslim. But later on when the Muslims were successful at it, then they became Muslim, or after the conquest of Makkah, then there were many tribes amongst Arabia, who lived in the desert who became Muslim at that time after the conquest, that's when they became Muslim out of fear for worldly reasons. Their level is not the same as those who became Muslim first

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amendment hola communists, Arabi munafo amongst the desert dwellers who are around you meaning around Medina, who live outside of Medina in the surrounding areas of the city not too far away. Amongst the robber whom one African

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woman Anil Medina and also from the people of Medina.

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So there are monasticon not just outside Medina, but also inside Medina. from the previous I don't think that the monasticon are only outside in Medina, they're also inside Medina.

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And these non African these hypocrites, model NFL they have become accustomed to hypocrisy.

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They have become accustomed to it. Morocco is on the road, Tetris meme rah that model.

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This is not Murat Moreau, this what disease This is more that. And basically it means something that is smooth and slippery.

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Something that is smooth and slippery. Just imagine a rock that is smooth. And if it's wet and you step on it, you will slip. Why? Because it's extremely smooth.

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Similarly, just imagine a floor that is very smooth, it's very easy to slip on it, right. So it's something that is smooth and slippery. When does something become smooth and slippery?

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When it has been grabbed and polished a lot, isn't it. And in order to rub it in order to polish it Don't you need a lot of skill, you need to do it over and over again.

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And when something becomes slippery, it's difficult to grasp it. It's difficult to hold on to it. For example, you pick up a rock that is wet, that is slippery, you pick it up, it's very easy to drop it. It's very easy to it'll fall out of your hand. Similarly a glass, maybe it's got soap on it, you hold it, it'll fall out of your hands.

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So model do is when something or when someone becomes an expert.

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In what he does, he becomes an expert. He becomes used to it, he becomes accustomed to it. He persists on it. He's so used to it. He's so good at it, that it's so difficult to detect it.

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It's difficult to find it it's difficult to catch it. Like for example a rock that is slippery that is smooth, a glass that is slippery, smooth, can you hold it? No, it'll fall out of your hands. Similarly, these menaggio came from outside of Medina and inside of Medina, they're so skilled at their NFL that it's difficult to point them out.

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It's difficult to realize that they have nifa how

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they would come to the profit sort of algorithm swearing olds.

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If a person does something wrong, and you're like, Okay, this person has done something wrong. Perhaps he has an effect, especially at the time of the Prophet where no one to judge today, but at the time of the Prophet sallallahu.

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But they would come and they would say such things, they would swear that it would be so difficult to figure out. So what is this person? Is he a Muslim? Is he not a Muslim?

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You got confused maroto rnfl they have become accustomed to it. They're so used

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to it, they are so good at it that it's difficult to detect them. It's difficult to catch them it's difficult to find them maroto rnfl

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alter the word model that is to be rebellious. What does it mean to be rebellious have the same route is shaped automatic chetana Merida.

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So, model dorlin FL, they have been confirmed and rebellious. They have revolted. They have persisted in their hypocrisy

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letter and then boom, you don't even know that. They're so cunning they're so well hidden that you do not know them. What does it show that the prophets that a lot of them despite the fact that he received where he he did not know the unseen, he did not know the unseen, Allah subhanaw taala informed him whatever he wished to inform him.

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And the Prophet himself did not know about everything latinum you don't know them, not a llama whom we know them because Allah has called unlike anyone else.

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And if a person says that the Prophet knows the unseen as well, that is actually Schick

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lateral movement, national National

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Center, it will come soon we will punish them model attorney twice, we are going to punish them.

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A lawyer is going to punish these people twice. Why twice, because their crime is much more.

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Right? They have persisted on their NFL. They do actions of nifa when they hide their hypocrisy with their tongue, with the words they say, or sometimes with the actions that they do, send or they will never attain because their crime is greater, therefore their punishment is also going to be twice. Thelma Duna Illa I'd have been earlier, then they will be returned to a great punishment.

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What does it mean by this double punishment, this double punishment. It refers to first of all punishment in the dunya.

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With what fully

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that their hypocrisy is exposed, and they're embarrassed, they're humiliated in this world.

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Their hypocrisy is exposed, they try to cover it up. But Allah will punish them how by exposing their hypocrisy. Similarly, our that Indonesia is, for example, the Messiah, the difficulties, the calamities that the suffered in their wealth in their children, the illnesses that they suffer,

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because for a believer when he suffers a difficulty, it is a photo for his sense. It is an explanation for his sense, he gets more reward for his suffering. But for him, it's a punishment.

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A person who does not believe for him the difficulties that he goes through their punishment.

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And what is the second punishment, that is a punishment in the barossa

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it refers to or that will cover sin or the boomerang punishment in the grave in the bursa.

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And then, after these two punishments, familiar aduna ihlara, Devin earline, then they will be returned to a great punishment. So for such when ethical and there is punishment, at every level,

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Indonesia, in the grave, and also in the hereafter.

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Because for some, when they suffer punishment in the dunya, Allah subhanaw taala saves him from punishment in the US.

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If they suffer punishment in the grave, Allah saves him from punishment in the US.

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But for them, there is punishment in the near the grave, and also in the author.

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So in this ayah, another category of hypocrites as mentioned, those who were outside as well as inside of Medina,

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their hypocrisy was exposed.

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How they did not go to battle, and they would come and swear oaths, they would come and say such things in order to hide their hypocrisy, but their hypocrisy was exposed by a loss penalty. And this was their punishment in the dunya.

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Well, Haruna and there are others are Haroon is the plural of meaning there are other than the Mona 15. Another people besides the Mona 15, who stayed behind from where, from the book, they did not go forth for the battle for the expedition.

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So far, what have we been learning? The people who stayed behind who were they, when African whether from inside Medina or outside Medina, but Allah says it wasn't just the one African who stayed behind, just as it wasn't just the true believers who had gone fourth, their ultimate 15 who went so over here, what else Oh, Dona and there is another group of people who Aristotle forbidden obey Him who have acknowledged their mistakes. They

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Since they have realized the wrong that they have done, they have admitted their mistakes. And because they admitted they have improved themselves.

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Early we read that when the profits or losses and returned them when I feel called What did they do? yar Teddy Runa Lee funa more ideal Runa presenting false excuses, swearing odds.

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They weren't willing to change themselves. But there is another group of people who Aristotle forbidden who became who confess to acknowledge their mistakes. Which mistake is this referring to? of the handling of, of staying behind of staying back?

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What have they done? color to they have mixed

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color 200 letters hotlanta they have mixed Iman on silent, righteous deeds, what? And others say an evil they have performed such deeds that are very good and they have also performed such deeds that are evil are so low who it is hope that Allah in your toolbar Alain him that he will turn in mercy upon them. Why? Because in the love of photo Rahim Indeed Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.

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This is another group of people who are not Mona Phil.

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nor are they salvia Kunal are well known.

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They're not monastic. And they're also not cybercriminal. alone.

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They didn't go for the Battle of the book.

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They didn't

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go when it was necessary for them to go.

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But they're also not when everything and it happens with many people, many people that it's not that they're monolithic. They have in fact, inside their heart inside, they have gopher on the outside, they're pretending to be believers, no, inside, they know they're believers. But in their actions, sometimes they praise Allah with Russia. And other times they praise Allah with that, for sure.

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happens with people.

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Similarly, one action they're doing only for the sake of a loss of penalty, another action they're doing and all of a sudden they feel fear of people.

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So just because once a person feels fear of people, you will label that person as a modafinil or he will consider himself as a pure monastic. No, Allah subhanaw taala says they are in another group, but when will they be successful? When they admit their mistake, it will be the newbie.

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Because if we keep presenting excuses, I cannot pray with for sure because of this and this and this reason, I cannot do this because of this and this prison. If a person does not confess his mistakes, and how will he improve, he will not improve?

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Look at the way this is awesome love. Hopefully Allah will forgive them. Why? Because they have admitted their mistake. So the only way of being successful is that you admit your mistakes. Even our best hope the guy who said that will Alfa Luna refers to a Buddha Baba and some of his friends,

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Abu Baba, who was a companion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and some of his friends who stayed away from the Battle of the book, and the Messenger of Allah. When the Messenger of Allah returned from the battle, this group, Abu Baba and five, seven or nine with him, so there's a difference of opinion as to how many exactly they were, according to some five, seven or nine. What did they do, they tied themselves to the pillars of the masjid.

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And they refuse to let anyone untie them except the Messenger of Allah.

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Nobody is going to untie us except the Messenger of Allah.

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We're not going to go from here. We're not going to move from here. We're not going to release ourselves until Allah forgives us. And what is the sign of that, that the Messenger of Allah will come and release us and they stayed in that state until this ayah was revealed? Our Salah who Enya to barley, these believers, they accepted their mistake openly. They realized that we should have gone but we didn't go. And this is a mistake on our part. They didn't present excuses. They admitted they realized before they were punished, what did they do? They punish themselves.

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And a person who accepts his mistakes, he has humidity and a person who persists in the wrong that he's doing. He becomes arrogant.

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Everybody recorded that someone even joined. He said that the Messenger of Allah said to us last night, two angels came to me in a vision

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in a dream and took me to a city built with bricks made of gold and silver. We met some men who borrowed to their bodies were as handsome as you ever saw. And another part was as ugly as you ever saw.

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We read in this ayah huddle they have mixed good deeds and bad deeds. So the prophets RP

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Who part of their body extremely beautiful, extremely handsome, extremely gorgeous. And another part extremely ugly. The two angels, they ordered these men to go to a river and submerge themselves in it. They did that. And they came back to us and the ugliness had gone away from them,

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thus becoming the most beautiful form. The two said to me, this is a garden of Eden, and this is your residents in it. The two said, meaning the angels as for the men who had part of their body handsome and part ugly, they have mixed a D that was righteous with another that was evil.

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They have mixed a deed that was righteous with a deed that is evil. But what is that also low to Berlin, so ALLAH forgive them. Because when the word Messiah is used for Allah, it gives a meaning of hope, a strong hope, that definitely inshallah Allah will do this very soon.

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So we see that we make mistakes. And when we make mistakes, we dirty ourselves, we make ourselves dirty, we make ourselves look bad. This is why Sue is called Sue, on the same root of the word. So what is so a

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corpse, a dead body or the private part which should be hidden because it reveals the ugliness of a person. So when we commit sins, we are making ourselves ugly.

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Literally, we're making ourselves ugly. And it's only by the mercy of Allah, that we will become beautiful again. How, if Allah forgives us, when will Allah forgive us, when we admit our mistakes? When we confess, if we don't, and we become persistent, we become stubborn. We're only harming ourselves. So what is the solution for that? hoodman? Um, well, him sort of, take from the wealth of the Prophet is being instructed that when they have done this to themselves, they want to make sure they're forgiven, how do they make up for it? How do they make up for the wrongs that they have committed decocker from their Well, they should give in charity, because when they give in charity,

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to the hero, whom you will purify them, how, through the sort of, to the hero from the work that lead entertainers to purify something, generally this word is to purify something from physical impurity.

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So, you will cleanse them from what from the effect of the sin that they have committed.

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When they give sadaqa they will be cleansed the sins they have committed, they will be erased. We know that when a person commits a sin it leaves a black mark on his heart. So, when they give sadaqa that black mark will be erased.

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What was the key him and you will increase them. We have with it does a case from desk to desk he also means what purification but it does not just mean purification, it also means increase. It also means increase. So Takahiro whom you will purify them, what is the key Him and He will cause them increase?

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What does that mean by this, you will cause them increase.

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Meaning it will enable them to grow in their righteousness inviting,

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it will enable them to avail future opportunities.

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They missed an opportunity

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by not going to the book. But when they realize their mistake, they sought forgiveness, they gave sadaqa what did this other guy do? It erased their sin

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to the hero and as a result of that, they will be able to increase in future in their righteousness in their piety.

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What does that leave him behind? Well suddenly earlier and also pray for them when they bring this up.

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And Sunday or lay him is not just that when they bring this other court pray for them but it is also that pray for them when they die meaning praise Allah to janazah for them because we're the one African What was that?

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Like to suddenly don't pray on them. But for these Sunday I lay him why because in a solid second second Ola home indeed your prayer is a reassurance for them will love us Amir and our new and allies hearing and knowing second is from the reflector seen Caf known and what the second mean, that which comes to a stop, which becomes still after movement. It's peace of mind.

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tranquility reassurance. So your prayer is a means of satisfaction for them

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that their Toba has been accepted

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that there is or has been accepted. Well, lo Samir and our team and Allah is hearing and he's alternating. So in this verse, the prophet is commanded that when they come to you to give Zakat, take it from them. Do not say you're very sinful.

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You did something so bad, therefore your good deeds will not be accepted. No, when they're trying to make up, help them.

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So we see that if a person has done something wrong, and they're trying to improve, what is our duty, that we must encourage them?

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Not that we stop them, we encourage them. we motivate them, we help them.

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And then we are animals do they not know? Unknown La Jolla, caballo, Tabata and everybody that Indeed Allah He is the only one who accepts repentance from his servants. Who else will they go to? When they have made a mistake? Who else will they go to?

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They cannot go to anyone, they have to turn to Allah. And when they turn to Allah seeking forgiveness, they should know that Allah accepts though but from his servants. We are the sort of God and he also accepts charities. When a person gives for the sake of Allah, Allah accepts it, or anila what the web of Rahim and Allah only hears the web and Rahim. Why are these names of a loss apparent our dimension over here? What does the web show greatest acceptor of repentance no matter how great your crime is, no matter how many your crimes are, Allah accepts repentance for them.

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As long as you repent to him, You admit your mistake.

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Walk earlier Malou and say to them, airman Dharma, again, it's not just your words that are going to be considered you have to prove it through your actions, airman. First, I no longer are medical, soon, Allah who will see your deeds. But it's not just enough to show your deeds to Allah. Wa rasuluh, and also his messenger while me Noona, and also the believers,

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for them in Africa and also, something similar was said, that allow it observe your actions for those who repent, for those who change their ways. Same thing has been said that even you have to do something you have to prove your repentance you have to show it.

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Allah, His Messenger believers, all of them will observe your deeds, what to do now and soon you will be returned in our it will leave you with Shahada to the Knower of the unseen in the witnessed for you in a quantum term alone and he will inform you of what you had been doing. Allah subhanaw taala knows our inward and outward

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he knows with what sincerity do we admit our mistakes? With what sincerity do we turn to him?

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Allah knows, and he will inform us of the reality of our deeds.

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This was one group of people. There was another group as well. What are Haruna and there are others. Besides, besides the NFL team, besides those who stayed behind and sought forgiveness, another group who are they more generally amarilla they have been deferred for the decision of a lot

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more Jonah from the rotators raw gene. Well, Roger, what does Roger hope?

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What does it mean? Oh, and if jack is to defer,

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we learned earlier out J.

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defer him and his brother further on was told by his mother, the further case of Moosa and his brother, so it is to defer more Joan, those whose matter has been deferred.

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So they have been deferred.

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Their matter has been delayed. For what the decision of Allah, Allah has not decided with regards to them. In my yard, the boom, either he is going to punish them. What am I a tuber lay him or he will turn in mercy to them will know who already when Hakeem and Allah is Knowing and wise.

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So we see that there were four groups of people. When it came to the back end of the book, one was of the believers who went

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another was of the hypocrites.

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Whether they went or they stayed back, or they made excuses or they didn't even bother to show up.

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Then there was another group of people who did not go but there were sincere believers

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and they confess their mistake. But there was another group of believers whose matter was differed. A lot did not give a decision with regards to them immediately, who are the three companions and inshallah we will read about their case later on in the surah.

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They did not lag behind you to hypocrisy. They lag behind only because of

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procrastination. Maybe we'll go We'll go someday. So we will catch up with the Muslims. So their matter was all too different when they procrastinated. They were procrastinated with

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