Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 11 – L110G

Taimiyyah Zubair
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Sounds a bit lame in a shift on your agenda smilla rahmanir rahim

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lesson number 110 sudo to Toba will begin from number 130

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miquelina bu alladhina amanu it is not for the prophet and those people who have believed

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and yes the few that they should seek forgiveness for who little mushy kina for the polytheists

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wallow can only Cobra even if they were relatives, even then it is not okay for them to seek forgiveness for who for those who are mushrik

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Why? Because mimbar the matava Yana home after it has become clear to them, that unknown was horrible jehane that they are companions of the hellfire.

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Allah subhanaw taala says McKenna, it is not

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meaning it is not permissible. It is not allowed, it is not correct.

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And McKenna also gives the meaning of it is not appropriate. It does not fit.

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It is not correct for it does not benefit who

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a newbie the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as well as one Medina Ehrman as well as the believers. It is not permissible for them.

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That A Yes, they'll feel that they should seek forgiveness for who Lynn was seeking.

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Who is a mistake?

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mistake is one who associates partners with a loss of primal data. And we know that chick polytheism associating partners with Allah, what kind of a sin is it?

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It's lumen alene. It's a major sin. It's the Kabbalah Kabbalah is the greatest of the major things.

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As we have learned earlier and select a new set that allows the penetrator forgives all sins except for Schick, he does not forgive that.

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And we have also learned that we're may you should be left whoever associates partners with Allah for the * Amala Who are they Eugen, Allah has made gender haram upon him.

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He is not allowed to enter Jenner, who the person who does shake and also dies while he is a mushrik.

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So when it is clear, that there is a person who associates partners with Allah, and on him gender is forbidden,

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then it is not correct for the prophet or for the believers that they should ask Allah to forgive that person.

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Because Allah has said that such a person will only go to hellfire.

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Even if Willow can only go back, even if they're close relatives, for example, the profits little bonus items, Uncle obatala. He was very close to him.

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However, he died as a mystic, he did not accept Islam. He did not accept the oneness of Allah. And because of that reason, it was not correct for the profits that allowed us to seek forgiveness even for him.

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So you see, only corba closest relatives are mentioned.

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Because the person wants best for them. The person wants the best for them.

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If in the dunya, our close relatives are suffering from some illness, from a headache. From some financial problems, we feel so bad for them, especially if they're closer to us. Our parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, we learned that for instance, in a family one member of the family becomes seriously ill, and the whole family the distant relatives even

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they also suffer because of that. They feel the pain. But we learn over here that even if there's a close relative

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who is going to Hellfire, what does Allah say? You are not allowed to seek forgiveness for that person.

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Why? Because Allah has said that he's only going to Hellfire

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especially mimbar the matter of Asian alone after it has become clear to them, that unknown us herbal jehane that such people are companions of the Fire.

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How is it become clear to us that such people mean the wish seeking are going to go to Hellfire they're going to be in midst of the Hellfire

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because Allah subhanaw taala has clearly stated in several ways many times in the Quran that the one who does ship his end his abode is hellfire.

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And also the embodiment of a no no. After it has become clear to them. How does it really become clear to a person

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the person dies in the state of shock,

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until a person is alive, no matter what crime he is committing, as long as a person is alive, no matter what crime he is committing, even if it is shipped,

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it is permissible for us to ask Allah to guide them,

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to ask Allah to forgive them.

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However, when a person dies in that state,

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then it's no longer permissible for us to seek forgiveness rather

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than it is not permissible.

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Some embody matter by you know, how does it become clear when the person dies in a state of shock?

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So until he is alive, what is our responsibility

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that we must tell them

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and along with that, we must also make dua to Allah subhanaw taala, to guide them,

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to forgive them.

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Now, if you look at it,

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this may seem a bit harsh.

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But what if they're the close relatives of a person?

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Still, it's not permissible for a person to seek forgiveness for him.

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The fact is, that the person who died in the state of shock,

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he never strove for gender. He never strove for the pleasure of Allah alone. He never strove for the pleasure of Allah alone.

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Who was he striving for? What was he striving for the pleasure of others? Because for instance, there are some people who claim to believe in a lot but at the same time, what else do they focus on

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other beings besides the last panel time?

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So when a person's focus is not the pleasure of Allah? Then why should a lot admitted into agenda? Why?

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He never strove for that he never wanted that that was never his goal. So why should Allah admit him agenda?

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And besides, it would be unfair on the part of a Lost Planet Allah, if he would forgive a person who did shake

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and admitted him into gender, because then what would be the difference between a person who refrain from shake and a person who did shake,

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there would be no difference and Allah subhanaw taala, he is the one who was most just

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so it does not be fit his justice, that he would forgive those who have done check in the hereafter and admit them into paradise along with those who never committed check, it does not fit his justice.

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Now, the people say generally,

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and this was even at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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That Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam he claims to be the follower of

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Abraham or he said

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he was definitely he was.

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However, the people would object that Ibrahim he prayed for forgiveness for who for his father and who was his father, he was a mystic.

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So this shows that even we should be allowed to seek forgiveness for our mistake relatives. Because Abraham and his son um did.

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So Allah soprano Dada clarifies that

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that woman can and it was not. What was not, is still fell Ibrahima, the seeking forgiveness of Ibrahim or his salon for who Lee for his father.

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Meaning Why did Ibrahima Sam seek forgiveness for his father? Only because Illa except on because of Morita a promise.

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Why the her he promised it a Yahoo to him.

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Meaning he only sought forgiveness for his father, because he had promised him that he would seek forgiveness for him. He had promised him that he was going to seek forgiveness for him. So Illa Anne Marie that in? It was because of who it was because of the firm promise. It was because of a commitment that why the her he promised it yahoo to him.

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Who does him refer to?

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Ibrahim rennaissance. Father? When did he promise it?

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Where, how when

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we learned that Abraham Ernest Adams father,

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when he told him, Go away from here, leave me alone.

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And if you don't leave me, I'm going to stone you to death. So when he threatened him, and he forced him to leave Abraham or his son and he said, Connor, Salama. alaikum Peace be upon you. So as the few lockerby soon I will seek forgiveness for you from my Lord.

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No, can I be happier? Indeed he is ever gracious to me. So let's Miriam, I have 47.

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So over there this promise has mentioned,

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where Ibrahima has said, I'm promised his father that he was going to seek forgiveness for him.

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And this is the reason why Ibrahim right Islam sought forgiveness for him.

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We learned in the Quran Ibrahim Hassan said, well, fiddly Abbey,

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and forgive my father. Why did he make that door?

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Because he had promised his father that he was going to do it.

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However, fellow matheba Yana who, but then when it became clear to him, that unknown who or do we learn that he is an enemy to Allah? How did it become clear to him?

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that his father was an enemy to Allah, when his father died on ship.

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When his father died in the state of ship, then what did Abraham and his son undo?

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Who I mean, who he disassociated himself from him

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who are from the root letters that were Hamza Bara.

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What does bahrami this association, set Ababa, I mean, who he completely disassociated himself from him,

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meaning he stopped seeking forgiveness for him.

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So this teaches us again, that until the mystic until the disbelievers is alive,

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we are allowed to seek forgiveness for them we are allowed to pray for them.

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However, when they die in the state of shame, then it is not permissible. Even Ibrahim are innocent and did not do it.

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And if he did seek forgiveness for his father, why was that? So? Because in Ibrahima, let a well hon. Helene Ibrahim A listener, surely he was tender hearted.

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And he was also very tolerant very forbearing.

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We're not at the same level as a listener.

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He was very forbearing. He was very tender hearted.

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And because he was so tender hearted, this is why he wanted good for every single person.

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And he wanted good for everyone. Which is why he spoke to his father, he delivered the message of the heat to him again and again, in different ways. Because he wanted the best for him.

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Our problem is that we don't do anything. We don't tell our friends. We don't tell our relatives at all. As to what is right what is wrong. And when we learn about these if we say this is so harsh.

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This is not being tender hearted. This is not well wishing. What is well wishing.

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That when a person finds out about these if he goes and stops people from wrong.

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Amina bin maruf when now hoonah and in one cup. What have you learned only hoodoo dilla.

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So Ibrahim, listen to characteristics of as I mentioned over here, first of all a word.

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What is a word?

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A word is from the root letters Hamza? Well,

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what's the root? Hamza? Well,

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and a word is basically used for someone who is extremely kind hearted.

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And basically, it's from the word. What does it mean to say?

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So a word is one who sighs a lot.

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One who sighs a lot. One who gasps a lot. Who sighs a lot.

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Someone who's very tender hearted.

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And what's the point of sign many times to show pity.

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Like, for example, person sees a poor cat who's trying to take care of its kittens. And all of a sudden, the women especially those who are or like little babies are.

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So this are the sighing

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This is a sign of tenderheartedness. So aware is one who frequently size

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out of showing compassion, out of feeling pity for the other. So aware is an extremely compassionate person.

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One who feels the hurt of others, one who bears the hurt of others, he feels it

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because many times what happens. There are people who in front of them other people are crying. They're screaming out of pain, but nothing happens to them. Nothing happens to them their facial expressions, they don't change at all.

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However, there are others who other people in front of them. If they even gasp a little bit. They cannot bear it. They wonder what's going on. What can I do?

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To help them. Ibrahima Hassan was debt sensitive. He was extremely sensitive, extremely compassionate.

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So because of our humanists around was aware, this is why he used to pray for his father

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and he was also hiding who is hiding.

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One who is very tolerant, one who does not demonstrate anger.

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One who does not show any anger, but rather he shows forgiveness. He does not take any revenge. He controlled himself

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to Ibrahim NSM he was aware and honey, he was extremely patient. No matter what his father said to him. He never yelled back at him.

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He never answered back.

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Ibrahim Allison's father, he said very harsh things to him. What junie Malaya Go away from here, leave me alone for a very long time. If you don't be quiet, if you don't go away from here, I'm going to stone you.

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Or germanica I'm going to stone you to death.

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Just imagine the father is threatening his son. And the son does not say anything. What does it show

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extreme tolerance and patience on the part of the sun. This is how Ibrahima listened and was towards his father.

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We learned in through Montana is number four.

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That Allah subhanaw taala says in Abdullah Ibrahim Ali abbyy let us still feel Anelka womma I'm Nicola kameena. Law human shake elsewhere as well. His promises mentioned earlier mentioned in sort of medium. Now instead of

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that I will surely ask forgiveness for you, but I have no power for you anything against almost no penalty.

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So he promised his father and we learned in sort of the sharada I number 86, where Ibrahim alayhis salam says woefully Abbey in the Academy of Berlin, he prayed to Allah subhanaw taala that forgive my father. Indeed, he has been of those who are Australian.

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However, when his father died is a mistake. He did not pray for him anymore.

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And even if anybody prays for him to do ours are not going to help him.

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During open debate, he narrates

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the liberal humanist center will disown his father, we learned earlier who I mean who.

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So he will disown his father on the Day of Resurrection.

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But he will meet his father

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and see dust and fatigue on his face.

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He will see his father on the Day of Judgment, and what will he see on his face, dust and fatigue.

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So he will say meaning the father will say, oh, Abraham, I disobeyed you. But today I will not disobey you. Tell me what to do so I can get out of the punishment.

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Tell me what to do. I'll obey you. I listen to you.

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Ibrahim, Hassan will say, Oh Allah, you promised me that you will not disgrace me on the day that they are resurrected. Because Ibrahim Edison I'm praying to Allah Dini, Yama, yuvaraj soon.

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So you promised me that you're not going to disgrace me on the day that the people resurrected?

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What more disgrace than witnessing my father being disgraced. This is utter humiliation for me that my father is being humiliated on the Day of Judgment.

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Ibrahima design will be told look behind you.

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So everyone here listening will look behind. And he will see a hyena

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an animal, a creature that is very vile

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in place of his father.

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So basically his father will be transformed into another creature

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and then you will be dragged into the hellfire. Why like this so that it is not a source of shame for a human isn't that my father? That face

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that person who was my father in the world? He is being dragged into the Hellfire before my eyes. He will not be able to bear that champ.

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So Allah soprano tada out of mercy for Ibrahim Renison I'm not his father, what will you do? He will change the form of his father

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because this is the promise of Allah to his servants that he will not humiliate them on the Day of Judgment.

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However, when it comes to the justice of Allah, there is no compromise on that.

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If there is a person who has done chick who has died on chick, then there is no forgiveness for him.

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For the hematoma where they

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well Americana lowly, Linda Coleman. And Allah would not let people go astray

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over here

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We learned that there were some companions, there were some believers who had been seeking forgiveness for their wishek relatives who had died on ship.

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There were some believers who were seeking forgiveness for them.

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But when they learned that it is not permissible, they felt very guilty.

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That we have been doing something very wrong. It is not permissible for us and we have been seeking forgiveness for them.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says, women can Allahu leoben Coleman, and Allah would not let a people go astray.

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Better than it had a home after he has guided them.

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This is not the way of Allah. This is not how Allah deals with his creation. It does not fit his

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his Hickman

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that he would hold people accountable for Iran that they did not know from before.

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Leola Coleman, what's the meaning of you Bella Coleman,

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that he would call them Berlin, he would declare them as those who are a straight those who are misguided and those who are misguided they will be held accountable. So in other words, a love will not hold accountable a people burned into their home after he has guided them to what Islam

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had that until you buy in a home he makes clear to them may attack on when is it that they should avoid

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May at the Konya takuna. Very gives a sense of what they should avoid what they should refrain from.

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So if previously, this instruction was not given,

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and there were some people who out of ignorance, we're doing this, they're not going to be held accountable.

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This is the mercy of Allah.

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Like earlier, we read as well into the Baccarat

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where the instructions with regards to the Knights of the month of Ramadan were not clear. There were some mistakes that were happening. However, a loss of panel data, forgive that.

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Similarly, we learned that when the Qibla was changed, the Sahaba were concerned about all of their prayers that they had prayed facing Jerusalem.

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But what did the last panel gonna say that Allah is not going to waste your deeds,

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Allah is not going to waste your email.

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Similarly over here, because they were seeking forgiveness for their relatives out of ignorance because they did not know it was incorrect.

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A loss of data says that you're not at fault

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in the lobby condition in early Indeed, Allah is with everything knowing

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Allah knows about everything.

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So what's the main lesson of this ayah

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that Allah does not misguide anyone, after guiding them, until he makes clear what they should save themselves from.

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And this is also elaborates the previous if, in the previous I had what did we learn that it is not permissible to seek forgiveness? For who for the machine? A person might say that what if that mistake never knew about the heat? What if that person never learned about Allah subhanaw taala? What does Allah say, Allah would not lead people astray, you would not hold them accountable on the Day of Judgment.

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Unless and until he has made sure that they know about it. They know about the message

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every person has been informed about in some way or the other.

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We learned about our last.

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Then there's so many signs in the heavens and the earth that prove the oneness of Allah.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala has sent messages and messengers throughout the ages to guide people. So whose side should you be on? On the side of those people who are punishable in the Hereafter, or the justice of a little sprinter

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in Allah, Indeed, Allah La homolka somehow it will have to Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth.

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You he where you meet, he gives life any alternatives that Allah subhanaw taala is the owner. He is the Malik

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of what the heavens and the earth it belongs to him only.

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If you look at it in Allahu la homolka where the who is coming before molk it gives a meaning of hustle

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that it only belongs to him. He is the only King.

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There is no one else who shares with him in the dominion of the heavens and the earth.

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It belongs exclusively to him

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If it belongs exclusively to Him, who is the greatest authority, then

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the last parameter, then whose decisions should prevail, his decisions

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and whose justice is the most just a loss of parameter

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in the law, the human customer what you will and he is the one who has power over everybody, that you he, he can only give life where you meet and he can only give that

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there are people who try to have children but Allah subhanaw taala if he does not wish to give Hyatt nobody can buy hire,

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nobody can get hired by themselves. Similarly, people are being saved from that but if Allah does not wish to give life that nobody can keep it with him, you see, when you meet it's only in the hands of a loss of anger.

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Similarly, there are people who try to die but they're unsuccessful because when you meet him He is the one who gives that

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one Monaco and there is not for you when Dhoni laggy besides Allah may well even when honestly

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anybody any close friend nor any helper

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so if you object at the commands of Allah

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if you don't submit to His decisions to his well then where will you go? Where will you run to?

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And if you don't deliver this message to other people, what will happen to them

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there is for you know, Wally and no honestly besides

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so if you leave him if you turn away from him Where can you go?

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Where can you survive

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there is nowhere on the surface of the earth nowhere that haven't that you can be saved then

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we listen to the recitation of desire

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wallow can

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Long Beach

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we learned earlier that there was noise to fall no Serato DJ and as a pro

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for the monashee thing and over here for the machine there is no is too far for them no so that children as a for them either.

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Because the only acceptable religion in the sight of allies which one Islam

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many times have we learned about these is will become very emotional. We feel a lot, especially over learning what yesterday's I have we feel a lot.

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But the fact is that

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that feeling should not just stay in the heart and eventually die down eventually settled. But that feeling should make us do something.

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It should make us deliver the message to people. It should make us tell other people who are what our last panel died, I say because otherwise These feelings are useless.

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I mean, what's the point?

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If these feelings don't drive us to an action

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one of those characteristics that our last panel data lakes are being compassionate, being soft hearted, having a tender heart being forbearing being tolerant.

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We think tolerances let people do whatever they want to do and don't say anything to them.

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Tolerance is that you tell people and then bear their hurt. You bear their criticism, you bear their negative remarks. That is what Helm is. And that's what has been praised over here. It will humor that saddam had these two characteristics.

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You know what hurts me so much. And I'm talking to non Muslims. And they're so sure that they would go to heaven, they would see the face of Allah subhanaw taala. And now they're like,

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I don't even know where I'm calling. The fact that we are and

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I was talking to my mom.

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When she said, Let's not talk about it.

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pray for her.

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And I've been praying for her.

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For those people who are Muslims, you were born Muslim.

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Thank God you're Muslim and pray to Allah that you've diversely

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you know, you can pray for your parents. You can probably go to stick with them.

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But I'm the only one in my family. I wish I could

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it hurts when

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there's so many people out there who are Muslim. And what hurts me is like, I can't even talk to them properly I talk to them they're not listening. The reason why I'm taking this course is because I want people to know about Islam You know, they're talking and asking you something and I don't know anything I feel so bad and I'm taking this time like you know purely for other You guys are so lucky. You have your

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your family or thank God that you're Muslim and be keep that in

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for your life. always pray that you're Muslim anti muslim inshallah.

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by Gina,

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going to show you a lie either either under a stuffy rocker one or two really

At-Taubah 107-116 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 113-116

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