Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 11 – L112E

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Yunus 1-20 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 15-20

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way that I lay him a a tuna

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and when our Verses are recited to them, due to the co founder of Makkah, those people who do not believe in the Quran

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and what I recited to them, but you know, that are clear, they're clearly meaning and they recited as clear evidence says, clear evidence is for what for the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala for the truthfulness of Muhammad savasana what is the response of these people? Either he said, upon hearing the Quran, who says alladhina those people who lay on June call Anna who do not look forward to our meeting. If you look at it repeatedly, what is being mentioned

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alladhina ly originally Katana notice it's not being said that they disbelieve in the hereafter. Yeah Coronavirus. But what is being said layer Juna?

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Because if we see there are many amongst Muslims even who claim that yes, I believe there will be a day of judgment. But what is it? It's not their focus? It's not their goal. It's not what they're working for. It's not what they're striving for. They don't have any hopes for it.

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And if you look at it, repeatedly, what has been mentioned is live call and a meeting with Allah meeting with Allah. So those people who don't have any Watford, it's not their goal. What do they say when they listen to the Quran?

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bring an ad, when it's followed by B. A literally means you come. And when it's followed by B, what does it mean? You bring

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like either means he came, but at a B, he brought.

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So they say if you call an in, bring a call on the lady had other than this. We don't like this hold on that you're reciting bring us another scripture. Bring us another column. We don't like it. Why did the people of Mecca not like the Koran

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because there is no room for ship in the no roofied on a tree, nothing at all. So they would say we don't like this Hold on. We don't wish to change our ways at all. We don't want to change ourselves. We don't want to change our leader, therefore, bring another color. And if we like it, if we approve it, then we will believe in it. But this one we don't like it. So, if you have any idea

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or if you cannot bring another one, then but they will at least change this one. Just alter it a little bit, change it according to our wishes. What is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told? All say to them may occasionally it is not permissible for me. My your quantum mechanic What does it mean? It is not permissible it is not correct. It is not allowed for me an Uber deal who that I change it men from tilaka enough see my own accord. It does not behoove me it is not appropriate for me. It is not permissible for me that I change it according to my own wishes. The word tilaka is from newsletters lamp coffea. What does lochia literally mean to meet

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until literally is the place of meeting and found this The word tilaka is also used for direction. It is also used for direction because the place where you need where you're going to confront someone you face it that becomes your direction. It is said generosity are who he said facing him. Jealous, he said facing him.

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And then it's also said file Ama mintaka NFC he did such and such out of his own accord out of his own will out of his own wish, meaning he is the one who did it the origin of this action is from him the direction of it comes from where from him. So, it is not permissible for me that I change it according to the NFC my own accord my own side, I cannot change it from my side and

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my side my direction. I cannot do that. Why? Because in a view, I only follow a lemma you have a except that which is revealed to me Even I am supposed to follow the same Quran. The same rules that are for you. The same rules are also for me. I'm only a follower. I am not the one who is inventing this Quran. The Quran is being given to me by Allah and I am supposed to follow it as well in a llama you ha ha ha ha ha hafele indeed I fear who does I refer to in this I have the profit sort of all the sudden I fear that inner sight or be if I disobey my Lord, how

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By changing the Quran by altering it, by fabricating it in the Quran by fabricating concepts in the Quran, or by not following the wahida sent to me, if I disobey my Lord, I fear are there by Yeoman or lean punishment Have a great day.

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We see over here, that the machine of maca, they did not like the crown.

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So they wanted that some other Quran should be brought to them. Or that at least the Quran should be changed, at least it should be altered a little bit.

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This mentality was found in the previous times. And it's also found today. It's also present today that when the iron is right in front of people, those people who are not serious about the Hereafter, they seek changes in the crime.

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If a person's ultimate goal is the Hereafter, then he will accept Quran as it is. He will not want any alteration in the Quran, because he knows it is from Allah and in order to be successful, because he's looking forward to the meeting with Allah What is he going to do? Accept the Quran as it is, but a person whose focus is not the Ashura What does he want? He wants the Quran to suit him. He wants to go on to fit his life. He doesn't want to fit his life. According to the Quran, he doesn't want to change according to the Quran.

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For example, there are people who claim to be progressive Muslims, and what do they want? That they say the progress cannot be made until and unless the Quran is changed, meaning there has to be there must be a new interpretation. But they do change it change the meaning change the interpretation. They take the verses of the Quran and they say that these verses were only applicable at that time and today they cannot be applied.

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And a typical example is that of hijab.

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That hijab was a part of Arabian culture, it was a part of Arabian tradition. And at that time, they were hypocrites. And in order to save the women from the harassment of the hypocrites and the yahood of Medina, this is why the Muslim women were told that they should wear their hijab.

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Today, since there is no problem like that, therefore, no need to wear hijab.

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They say that all of these commands were, according to that culture for that time only, we need to progress. We move on with this world. We cannot live back in the 14th century. Therefore, women should not be wearing the hijab.

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So we see that this happened at that time. And it's also happening today. That when people don't like what the Quran says, instead of changing themselves, what do they want, that the Quran should be changed? They say things such as we need to question the authority of the Quran. And we need to critically analyze everything, and we need to progress and we need to wake up and we need to live in the present world today. And we can't go backwards. They say such things. And this is a sign of complete arrogance. The prophet SAW the Lotus and was told that say that I am to follow what is revealed to me.

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The Quran is a revelation of who have lost panatela

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and we are to follow it.

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We are not to choose what's supposed to be in the Quran. We're supposed to accept it and follow it.

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So what's the lesson in this ayah for us, that we need to change ourselves according to the Quran. And we should not try to change the Quran according to our lives, according to our desires,

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all say oh Prophet sallallahu Sallam say to them, that lotia Allah who, if Allah willed them to, I would never have recited to you, I would not have recited the Quran to you matter no to the low to from the real fetters. The lower the lamb WA, recitation. And the word dilemma is used specifically for recitation of revealed scripture. So if Allah willed, I would not have recited it or they come upon you.

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In other words, I would not have conveyed this poem to you, I would not have brought this Quran to you.

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So what does that mean? That the Quran is from Allah, Allah sent it. This is why I am delivering it to you.

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Allah scented,

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low sha Allah, methanol to Allah.

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One other combi nor would he have made it known to you. If Allah willed he would not have made the Quran known to you

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at all is from the root letters, then Oh, yeah.

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Then, yeah, dariah

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and adrar. What does it mean? He informed

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Like we learn a lot there, Moncada woma ageloc what could inform you, McCarter?

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So edital ud edraw is some dariah de la jolla and Darius is to know, what does it mean to know about something to be notified.

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And basically it is to get to know something, how, through some planning some effort, some means. So basically it is to get to know something how, by putting in effort.

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You know, some things you can just look, you can just open a book, and you'll find it very simple. You can just go as someone you'll find the meaning. But the other is that you have to search you have to look here you have a look there, you have to think about how you can get access to that knowledge, how you can find the answer. This is what it is. That when you have to put an effort you have to adopt different different means, in order to get to know about something, it's not simple. So, when our other our convey, nor would he have informed you of this.

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How are the people informed of the Quran, through the prophet sallallahu Sallam through a means. So if Allah wanted, he would not have informed you of the Quran through any means even through me, he would not have told you about the Quran at all.

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In other words, the Quran would not have come to you at all, if Allah wanted.

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So if it has come to you, it's coming to you from who, from Allah. I'm not inventing it. I'm not making it up.

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And the evidence for that is that for the lobbyists to then in fact, I have remained lobbyists to from the newsletters lambaste that

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I remained faecal among you in, you know, one, a lifetime and age.

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I have lived amongst you for a good part of my life.

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And how long was that?

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40 years, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam lived amongst the people of Makkah.

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And you know, that my reputation is of truthfulness, of honesty, of trustworthiness. I have never uttered a lie.

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So how can you ever think that if I'm conveying the Quran to you, this is my invention?

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You know, that I was not abort? Then how is it possible that the Quran that I'm reciting to you today is so eloquent? You know that I was not a philosopher, then how can the Quran that I'm reciting to you has so many concepts has believed with regard to the hereafter explanation of the hereafter details with regards to hereafter?

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So you know me very well, you know, that I could never have made this up for Padilla, Vista. I mean, I believe from before it, meaning before the revelation came to me,

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I falletta didn't then do not understand.

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So what can we learn from this ayah

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that the Quran has come to people from who from Allah.

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The Quran was not the word the Prophet sallallahu said, and rather, it is a word of who Allah soprano.

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And the evidence for that is that the people of Mecca knew the profits are a lot of them really well from before.

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If you look at it in 40 years, the first 40 years of a person's life, he develops many habits, isn't it?

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He learns many things. And all those habits, they become a good part of him, isn't it?

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And if he does anything after that there are some signs of it from before.

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Maybe he is very eloquent, maybe he talks about ideas. Maybe he wants some kind of authority, if he wants something like that. And if he begins saying such columns, then you might say, Okay, this is the result of what he had been thinking about all his life. But all his life, he was different. And now all of a sudden, he's reciting the Quran, that shows that this is not his word.

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And especially because the prophets are the loudest that have never lied in his life.

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And we learned that this, that when he iraklis, the Roman King, when he asked it was sofian and those who were in his company about the profits at Alona seven, he asked that have you ever accused him of telling lies before his claim? Have you ever accused him of telling lies before he said he was a prophet? Abu sufian replied, never. No, we've never accused him of lying before. So iraklia said that I wonder how a person who does not tell a lie about others could ever lie about Allah. How is it possible? It's not possible. So if he's saying whatever he's saying, is the truth.

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Similarly, jaffery when he said to an adjuster,

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The King of Ethiopia that Allah has sent to us a messenger that we know his truthfulness. We know about his truthfulness. We know about his ancestral lineage and we know about his honesty. He stayed among us before the Prophet hood for 40 years. We know him very well. And we know that he could not be alive

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in certain moment on is 69 Allah subhanaw taala says, I'm lonely already for solar home for home love Oman Kiran?

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Oh, do they not know their messenger? Do not recognize their messenger. So they are toward him this echnology?

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In Why are they denying him? Why are they not accepting his prophethood? Is it because they were completely unaware of you know, they knew so well. They know he cannot be a liar. So why are they not believing?

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For men as llamo? So who is more unjust money federal law he could have been the one who fabricated against a law a lie. What does it mean by fabricating lies against Allah.

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We have done this in detail before many times. fabricating lies against Allah,

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first of all, associating partners with him, saying that he has a partner, which is a lie, and he doesn't have a partner.

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This could be in the form of a child, it could be in the form of an equivalent. So if there are a lot he can even first of all means associating a partner to Allah.

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Secondly, if Allah has given a particular command, he is given a particular instruction, what does a person do? He alters it, he changes it, and he ascribes that to who to a loss parameter.

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So basically, saying that Allah has said something, whereas Allah did not say it. Or saying that Allah has not said something whereas he said it.

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So for example, saying that the Quran is not from Allah.

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This is what fabricating an eye against Allah.

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So for men, Allah Moomin man, if Allah Allah he got even one more way of fabricating against Allah,

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claiming prophet that is also fabricating a lie against Allah because a person is saying that what he has done to me whereas in reality, nowhere he is given to him

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or condemn will be it. He belied Our Ayat. What does is refer to the Quran.

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So a person who does this, either of these actions he is very unjust, this is the height of injustice in the whole life cycle magery Moon indeed the criminals they don't succeed, who is the criminal over here? Those are associate partners with Allah, those who fabricates statements, and they ascribe them to Allah,

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or those who claim that what he is sent to them, whereas in reality, nowhere he is sent to them. So such people are criminals and criminals can never be successful.

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Why is this I mentioned over here, it gives two meanings. First of all, in the context of the machine, that the machine they were associating partners with Allah, and it was because of their shape that made them deny the Quran.

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So what does Allah say? That those who do shake they can ever be successful?

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Secondly, if we relate this directly with the previous ayah, who has mentioned the previous side of the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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that he was a prophet.

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So what is being said is that if he were claiming Prophethood, if he was lying about it, then this would be extreme injustice. And someone who lies about Prophethood, he can never be successful.

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And we see that there were so many people who came prophet after Muhammad Sallallahu, ala, even in the Arabian Peninsula, was any one of them successful Not at all. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was successful in the religious sense in the spiritual sense, as well as in the worldly in the political sense. Look at how he defeated all of his enemies, how his enemies they turned into his friends. So what does it show the fact that he was successful, it shows that he was indeed a messenger of Allah. He was not a liar, because liars can never be successful.

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We are Guna and they worship. Men don't lie other than Allah, meaning the machine of Makkah, and not just the machine of macabre other idolaters as well, other policies as well, who do their worship. Men do and Allah He, those beings besides of law, that malaria, the room that which does not harm them.

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They worship such beings who do not harm them, when if they don't worship them.

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They will

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On the metal, while I am Pharaoh home, nor do they benefit

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these beings on their worship, they don't benefit them at all. So if they worship these beings, there is no benefit.

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We are called Luna and they say, meaning the mushrikeen, the polytheists, they say about to

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about to about those beings on the worship, that Hello ladies Shiva owner, they are our intercessors are in the LA near Allah. Shiva is a Florida of shaffir and who is a chef here intercessor advocate.

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So in other words, we worship them only because they are our intercessors before

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through their intercession, Allah fulfills our needs. If we please them, then what's going to happen? They're going to request to Allah for us. And Allah will definitely answer their prayers.

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Allah will definitely answer their requests. We are Oh Luna her Alesha owner in the law. Because if you look at it in many religions, especially polytheistic, we see that there is a pyramid that at the top is the one supreme god and under him, there are other deities. So if you worship them, you get to the Supreme God through them. This is exactly what the machine of Bach also believed. They worship many idols, many beings. But why? Because they are our link with Allah.

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They are our link with Allah.

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If we make them happy, Allah is happy. We are coluna Elijah owner in the law, what does Allah say?

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say to them?

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Do you inform Allahu Allah?

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Are you telling the law?

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Are you trying to inform a love of

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Allah is early? He doesn't know about who the shofar? Are you telling them

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the morale of that which lejana facility, when I fill up

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of that which he does not know in the heavens or in the earth,

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meaning he doesn't know that there are any kind of shuffles that are existed in the heavens or the earth,

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over here lay on the moon. What is meant by this is that he does not know to exist in the heavens or the earth.

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It does not mean that they are there but Allah doesn't know about it. Because the fact that Allah does not know what does it mean that they are non existent? So are you trying to tell a law about something that does not exist in the heavens or the earth? There are no Schiphol super Hannah who Glorified is He? What are the and exalted I'm usually cone above what they associate.

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So we see that the machine there would say that when we worship these idols, when we worship these beings, we only do that, so that they can intercede for us before Allah. But what does Allah say?

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That would you tell a lot of what he does not know, if he had a partner, he would have known about it, he does not have any partner, there are no such so far.

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So we see that the mushrikeen of Makkah, they had various beliefs about almost

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they had various beliefs.

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Some of them, they did not believe in the hereafter at all. They would say that in here Ilaha tuna dunya it's only this life of ours in this world where my you Luna Illa de Tony time that killed us and there's no hereafter

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other machine they believed that there will be a hereafter however, we will get much more in the hereafter. There is not going to be any Recompense. This is that the year after is a better world. And we will have much more in the hereafter compared to what we have right now. Like for example, it's a little kind of the story of the two gardens right. So the man What did he say? Well, I illusionary to a lot of be, if I do return to my Lord, He will give me much more I would have much more

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than someone shaking, they believed that there will be a hereafter and they will only get benefits for success in the year after if they have some chauffeur, if they have pleased some chauffeur.

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So, if we make these beings happy today, in the year after tomorrow, we will be so successful.

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So we see that chick is a various types. So in this ayah basically what has been mentioned is that there is nothing true about polytheism nothing true about it

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because of

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Loss of pounds it says do not be una la habima. Layer anamorphosis unawatuna level up. There is no evidence for schicke there is nothing true about it. It's an innovation. So how did it come about in this world? And

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that is explained in the next day?

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That one a cannon so the people were not in there except omoton wahida except just one nation.

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All people, one oma, what does it mean by one oma

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united on one religion? And what was that one religion,

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of the heat of Islam of submission to Allah alone.

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So initially, people were up on the heat, from when to when, from the time of Adam realism until noon.

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And at the time of new Hello, Sam, what happened? People began doing *.

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So up until then, the people were all one nation. Then what happened? foster foo, but then they different

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external food from the outsiders Harlem, if they laugh, what does if they love me to differ from one another to be at variance? So they different?

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What was his difference? that some people they remained on the heat, and others they began doing check.

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If you look at it, anything that is prevalent in the society, initially, it was not done by everyone. Initially, it was not done by everyone. Some people did it. Some people did not do it. And if you go even back in time, nobody did it at all, isn't it?

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For example, if you look at it a certain dress, a certain dress code.

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If you look at Canada, even 100 years ago, women were completely different dresses, wasn't it? I'm sure you've seen completely different dresses. But then what happened then eventually, people they began changing some people, they adopt a new trend, a new fashion and others they remain on the previous one. But then one of them overpowers the other. So faster level so they differed.

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There was the hate some people they began doing shake so there was a difference now some people remained on though he and others they remained on ship

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have lost a bunch those people who did * but eventually shake started again.

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After the time of new hard SNM when the flood came the mistaking were all destroyed, ship was finished, but uncertain after an insured crept in, again, those people who did check or destroyed but then again it started so fast and I feel so different. This is how I should came about. And this is the reason why bedarra innovation is such a serious thing in religion.

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Because when innovations when they are accepted when they are practiced, then what happens people follow them people believe them as if they are really a part of religion.

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And if you tell them something different, they don't accept it. So foster foo.

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Now you may wonder, how come she was allowed them to continue? Why didn't Allah finish check every time it came about? If she was destroyed at the time of normal Islam, how come it wasn't destroyed every time? It came about?

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Allah Subhana Allah says, well, Ola Kadima, had it not been for a Kalima savoca that preceded me, Rebecca from your Lord. Luckily avena home, surely it was decreed between them.

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What kalama is this? This kalama is of the heed of delaying in recompense until when,

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until the appointed time until the day of judgment.

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This kalama is of giving rest by to those who say

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and not punishing them immediately, but rather keeping the punishment for when, for the appointed time.

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So hello there Kelly Martin sericata Tropicana, Cody avena. Home, it would have been decreed amongst them FEMA fee of telephone in that which they were differently meaning with regards to Deen whatever differences they had, they would have been finished however, Allah allowed it to happen, why? Because he has given each person a time to live

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each person a time to survive in this earth

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and what is being seen lindora okay for tomorrow.

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So that we see how is it that you do, what is it that you do?

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So we see that chick was not always there. People innovated it.

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And you may have heard that there are people who claim that no, shake was their first as well.

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polytheism was there first as well because if you look at archaeological evidences, you find idols you find idol worship. So that means that people did show before.

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The fact is that photo hate? What archaeological evidence can you find? Except for the house of Allah, the Kaaba. Besides that, what archaeological evidence can you find?

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So, Chip was not always there. It was an innovation. And why did Allah allow it to exist? Because it's not the way of Allah to punish people immediately for the wrongs that they have done. If that was the case, then no one would be alive today.

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No one. No one will be fair today.

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People same day in and day out. Even the most righteous of people they make mistakes as well. All of us make mistakes. So if punishment was given immediately, nobody would be living.

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Welcome to Luna and they say, Lola on zilara li I attended.

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Another objection at the Prophet Solomon is Allah first sh change this Quran. We don't like it. Bring another one.

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Now they say that okay, if you really the messenger, the learner own Delilah he, how come it hasn't been sent down upon him, I atone, assign mirabai from his Lord,

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which is this a miracle, but tangible miracle, that we can see a visual miracle that we can see just as musasa was given the staff or the glowing hand. So we also want such an idea.

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For cold, so say, in nominal variable.

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Indeed, the unseen, it is only for Allah it belongs to Him alone. What is mean by this, the unseen belongs to Allah only.

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If you look at it, miracles, as to when they're supposed to come, they are all a part of the unseen, isn't it?

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what they are, how they happen, when they are to happen? This is all part of the unseen. Because unseen is not just with regards to things, but it's also with regards to time. So the unseen belongs to Allah He knows what miracle he wants to send your way. If he wants to send it your way. And when he's going to send it your way. This matter belongs only to Allah

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frantoio So wait, in numerical minimoon Tallinn, indeed I am with you of those who wait, when the truth is evident, and you're still not believing, then wait. And we will soon find out who is upon the truth and who is not upon the truth.

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So the people of Mecca they demanded miracles, they refuse to believe what are they told that the miracles are only in the hands of Allah. And if you want to wait, go ahead, keep waiting. Let's see what happens. Who is victorious.

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a new syllable at Illa and get there will be a balloon. And nothing has prevented us from sending signs except that the former peoples they denied them.

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All of the nations before they were sent many miracles. For their own he was shown so many miracles, but did he believe no. Therefore, the prophets are allowed to send them. Every time people demanded miracles for him. They were not sure you will find many ads in the Quran. You may wonder why is this mentioned over and over again? This has mentioned so many times before? Because they repeatedly demanded miracles and repeatedly It has been said that this matter is only with Allah, it's up to him. And generally, people don't believe even after seeing the miracle. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam missed all that Wait, and they should also wait. When the decision comes. Everyone will

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know who is upon the truth and who is not upon the truth.

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Just thinking about the IRB for an inquiry has it open to new thinking even in psychology or any other like field there's so many theories that occur but I'm just Sigmund Freud is going on my head cuz he's supposed to be found your psychology. And his theories have been refuted. There's so many false and there's no evidence to prove his theories, but they're still present in our textbooks and people keep them just to respect the scholars and these theories. And here people are changing speech laws about those changes speech of scholars and theories, but it is a speech is a theory of Allah subhanaw taala? And how can we just wait it out? Or just like rip out a page here just kind of

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ignore that part? Like, we don't like to add the worldly fields? And I think Exactly.

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Nobody will go up to you know, for example, the police station and say that because I have this in this problem. Therefore, you should allow me to cross the yellow line to cross the red light. Just give me permission change the rules for me make an exception for me. I'm too busy. It takes me very long. Therefore make an exception for me change the rules for me. Nobody does that.

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If they dare do that, they're not going to be allowed. no exception is going to be made for them. Why? Because if an exception is made for them, if the law is changed for them, then what's going to happen?

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It's going to lead to chaos. It's going to lead to many problems. This is why the law of Allah can also not be changed. We cannot alter it according to our own whims. That this is too difficult and we cannot do it. And it's challenging. No, we have to do it. Because Allah said so.

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So, I wanted to share on based on ayah, number 11. Somebody, somebody I know very closely, you know how we were talking about mothers making bad daughters are in turn, I know, whenever she was angry on her children and not just a casual angry, like a higher form of anger. She would say, Okay, get out man, like I do, you know, and the expression and the tone of the voice would tell, the words are saying we're like, I just like, okay, go away. May Allah guide you at another time. May Allah guide you something like that, right? And Alhamdulillah we've seen over the years that their children when they grew up from being just, you know, the typical Rasul Muslim, they have gone on to explore the

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paths of hedaya they are progressing in Deen. So I always think of that, like, you know, that they are so present and future moms should always make this drive for the children, may Allah guide you. And even for yourself, when you were angry with yourself to say, may Allah guide me, because that's one of the best ways of asking for help.

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Assalamu alaikum

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I was just thinking about being ungrateful that one of the ways to be ungrateful also is that in sort of the lie that he says, in an incentive to behave like an old, so here, like a new one, somebody was telling me that it actually means a person who remembers all the difficulties that they faced previously. So we also should be very, very careful that if we have that in our system, like, Oh, you know, I went through so much difficulty is such a such time, it was just so difficult, you keep remembering again, and again, and again, anyone who you meet, this is a story of your life, this is what you tell people, or even when girls get married, you know, it's like the first couple

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of years are so difficult. And then later on, they tell their children, they tell their grandchildren, they tell their daughter in laws, you know, was so difficult, I had so many hardships, but we should really take this out of our system, because then we are ungrateful at that time, that handler, we went through those hardships, we all overcame those hardships, there's no more reason to mention them.

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I was thinking about the verse about people who remember, they pray to a lot of times of hardship and not otherwise. And I was thinking about how sometimes, if we don't remember a lot, that much outside of hardship, then when we come to a difficulty, we feel kind of hypocritical, that we're putting so much in how and what do we do other times, and I remembered something that somebody said to me, right after I converted after I was going through a lot of troubles with my parents and things. And they said that Allah is testing you now, so that you turned to him more, and then after the troubles over, it'll be easier for you to turn to him more. Because before this, you weren't

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Muslim, and you weren't turning to the middle. So it's like a training ground, all these different

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sounds. Many of these verses talk about Allah's majesty about knowing Allah. And if when we really know Allah, then we will never ask for any command to be changed. That will become easier for us to accept. It's only when we don't know him. Because if we want a command to be changed, that means his knowledge was not complete when he gave us that command.

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I was really thinking about was when

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we were like, omoton. Why didn't we like one oma one time. And then when we did *ton of when we different with each other? That's when everything started going downhill. And Islam teaches so much about unity that we have to stay unified together because if we don't unify each other, then somehow we might end up in really bad ways and even end up committing check which leads you to help. So I was thinking that unity is a big part of that government. This lesson

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