Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 12 – L119E

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Hud 50-83 Word Analysis and Tafsir 69-73


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The United States implemented Islam in a flexible way, with the use of calf honey and roasted meat, and the importance of giving good news to guests. The speaker emphasizes the need for flexibility in offering breakfast and bringing items, and the use of words to signal intentions. The segment also touches on the respect of older men for their older bodies, the use of shaman RG for those in shock, and the use of elevate for families and women to indicate wealth and power.

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Then later on, after many generations, Allah subhanaw taala sent Luther his solemn as a messenger, do the people.

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And the story of Lutheranism has mentioned that what are called the jar at Rasulullah. And certainly our messengers came do Ibrahim or his son, Bill bush law with the good news? What does it mean by this?

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That Ibrahim Raya said to him, the angel scam posted over here gives meaning of angels with good news, what good news is this? This has been understood in two ways.

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First of all, the good news of the birth of his son

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the good news of the birth of his son, and secondly, the good news is also understood as the destruction of the people of loot are the center

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of the set mean meaning the angels when they came to him, they said, Solomon, peace, meaning Peace be upon you, they greeted him. And when someone greets you with Salah, and what do you know

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that they're believers, they're also Muslim. So they said, Tell him,

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they did not tell him that they were angels. They came to him in the form of human beings in the form of men. And when they came, they said Salam so that Ibrahim rice and I would not become afraid that perhaps they have come with some evil intention. So they said Salah

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Allah, He said Sam on Peace be upon you as well. Ibrahim, right. So in return the center What does that teach us? There is somebody says Salaam to us, whether we know them or not, what should we do? respond to their center. If somebody says Salaam to us we don't know them what I do I know you. We keep looking at them like I don't know you are using Sam to me.

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But the fact that you recognize a person as a Muslim, it is your duty to say Salaam to them. And if they've said Sam to you, you should respond

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from Allah visa, then he did not remain levy there from the root letters lamba said he did not remain with them sitting with them. Under that he came berry dealing with a calf honey then roasted.

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He did not stay for too long. Sitting with them talking to them. He did not make them wait for too long before bringing the dinner.

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Because sometimes it happens that perhaps you go to a wedding, you go to a party, you go to somebody's house for dinner, and you have to wait for hours, and hours and hours. Until finally the food is served. But what was the way we put on humor listener? People are coming to his house, he doesn't know them. He accepts them as his guests. He welcomes them in.

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And he does not stay for too long that he brings to them a roasted calf region in Hanny's. What does this reflect to us? the generosity of Ibrahim racer how generous he was. If we know someone and we think that they can benefit us in some way, or that we have also gone to their house before and they have served us a great dinner, then we want to make sure that we serve them very well.

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But if someone comes to us, we don't know them. We have no idea as to who they are, what do we think perhaps we should only offer some water

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that should be sufficient. And maybe a few nuts and some sweets perhaps if we have them and if we really want to be generous.

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And if somebody wants to present some food to the guest that is unknown to us that is unfamiliar to us. And sometimes our behavior is that of discouragement that we don't encourage other people from doing that.

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But even even in Sam's way was that he immediately went and he brought a roasted

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honey honey that's on the roulette his hand on that

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and honey is used for roasted meat literally it is to remove the dampness of something to remove the wetness from something by exposing it to heat.

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So like for example your clothes are wet you put them in the dryer, you expose them to heat and what happens they become dry or you leave them out in the sun and they become dry all the moisture is extracted out of it.

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Similarly if you look at it meat,

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it has a lot of moisture in it. When you cook it that moisture is extracted out of the meat.

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So he brought to them a roasted calf.

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It is said that nine angels came to Ibrahim Raisa nine angels

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and they came with two tasks with two missions. First of all, they came

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to give the good news to Ibrahim Renison

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and actually they were on their way to the people have looked at this and I'm in order to inflict the punishment upon them

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but on their way

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They were told to deliver the good news to who Ibrahim Ernestina and secondly they were sent to destroy that people are Lutheranism.

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So when they came to Ibrahim s&m, they said Salam Ibrahima has responded, and he left with haste in order to bring them food as a host. And the food that he brought was a very roasted calf.

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And we learned this elsewhere in the Quran as well, that for our either at least for JB originates amin for Cordoba who la him color aleteia Quran. Then he turned to his family and he brought out a roasted calf over there, we learned something over here we learned honey.

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And he placed it before them saying, will you not eat?

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It isn't that about him at his salon, at that time was around 100 years,

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around 200 years, and at this time he was residing in Palestine.

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We also learn from this very important etiquette, when it comes to serving the guests that what should you present to them?

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Whatever you have available,

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first of all the best. And secondly, the best of whatever you have available, he doesn't ask them. So would you like to have dinner? Would you like to have a snack? Would you like to have some dear? Would you like to have some coffee? Or would you like to have some sugar or cream or, you know, he doesn't, whatever he has, he brings it.

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Sometimes what happens we are so excessive in our questioning that we confuse the other. And we also confuse ourselves.

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We make life difficult for the other and we also make life difficult for ourselves.

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Now, it doesn't mean that you should not ask the other person, you may ask if you think that is necessary. However, whatever you have bring it. If somebody has come quickly, you can bring them a glass of water. And you can also bring them a cup of tea, isn't it? So? Now if you ask them, would you like water? Would you like tea?

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What's going to happen? They're going to think okay, if she makes tea for me, it's going to take her long, I'm becoming a burden for her. Whereas in reality, it's possible it's not a burden for you. If you ask her by your questioning, you might discourage her. If you can bring it quickly bring it bring boats. There is this elderly lady that we knew of and she would always reprimand us that. Why are you asking? Just bring whatever you have?

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Why are you asking? Don't ask, don't be so stingy, whatever you have, just bring it in front of them. And whatever they like they will take it. And this is the etiquette that we need to adopt as well.

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Don't go on asking people. Yes, it's a good gesture. We think it's a good gesture, that you want to make sure that whatever you're offering them is good for them.

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But the fact that you bring whatever you have, it shows your generosity, it shows that you're so happy to have them. And if you ask them one question after the other, it's like as if you're selling them an item. It's like as if they're buying a tea from a coffee shop. That's not appropriate. Their guests. They're not a customer. They're a guest. So give them whatever you have.

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Phenomenal. Then when he saw ad on their hands, Ibrahima said and when he saw that the hands of the angels let us look at it was not reaching it. Does he do from the roof as well. sod lamp was solid. What does it mean?

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To join good to connect? So when he saw that their hands were not reaching out to it. What does it refer to the roasted calf that he brought?

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Just imagine he brought a roasted calf and they weren't going out for it. They weren't eating.

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Nikita Who? He distrusted them.

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Nikita from the roof that was known Kapha By the way, this is not isn't an Akira that ends with a thermal booth. Okay, this is neck era. Fair enough. This is a fairing okay.

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And Nikita is from income, which is the opposite of Aeroplan. What does it refer me to recognize and incur, to reject to not recognize someone?

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So Nikita is to feel unfamiliar. do not recognize someone

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do not know someone.

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And it's also used for this trusting someone. So Nikita home has been understood in two ways. That first of all, he did not recognize them. Meaning he did not recognize them to be angels.

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Even at that point, he didn't get it that perhaps these are angels.

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He didn't understand that perhaps these are angels Nikita him. He did not recognize them to be angels.

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And secondly, Nikita home that he felt uncomfortable. He distrusted them because they did not take his foot

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In the Arabs, especially at that time, if you offered food to someone, especially a guest.

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And remember, a guest at that time was not just your cousin or your great friend, or somebody who you knew before, it could be just a random person who is visiting your city, and they need a place to live. So instead of staying outside, they come and ask you can I please stay with you, and that's your guest. So if a guest comes, if somebody comes to your house, and you offer them food, and they don't take it,

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that was a sign of danger,

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that this person has not come with a good intention, now that you're taking it as a bad omen, but that if he had really come to stay with me, then he would eat food as well.

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The fact that he's not accepting my food shows that he does not trust me.

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Like perhaps I have put some poison in perhaps it could be harmful for him, which shows that he has come with some kind of evil intention. So Nikita when he became afraid, and he distrusted them he couldn't understand why they had come to Odessa and he felt men home from them clean button apprehension Odessa from the roof veterans while Jean see wedges. And what is that is to feel something in the heart. And then keep it inside, that you send something and you keep your emotions inside. You don't show it you don't display it.

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You understand? Like for example, a person becomes nervous and he keeps that nervousness in his heart he does not show it or person is sad or a person is angry or person is afraid and he does not show it on his face.

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A person tries to do that. But what happens eventually, it comes in the face. Right? So for oh just so he felt men home from them. He threatened fear apprehension. He felt afraid in his heart from them,

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that perhaps they had come for something harmful.

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Although they said that they do not fear don't fear us. We're not eating your food because in all the sydnor illogical middle we have been sent to the people of loot. So by this statement, he understood that they are angels and angels do not eat food.

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And they told him that we have been sent to the people of Luther s&m in order to punish them.

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One was to who? And his wife meaning the wife of Abraham or Edison, and who was his wife. What was her name? Sarah, Sarah Robbins had on her and if and if so, his wife was quite important standing. Kadima is ferula isn't very, so she was standing were

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close by. Just imagine they were on him, right. So I was sitting, and with him, some guests are sitting. And his wife is standing close by Why is she standing close by perhaps he was just serving them. Perhaps he was bringing the dishes or taking them. Or perhaps he was just standing close by behind the curtain or something like that. So she was standing. And while she was standing as he heard these angels for the haircut, so she left

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but he got underneath his blood her calf, and lick is laughter that can be heard. So she left. She smiled.

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Why did she laugh? This has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said that she laughed over what she had witnessed and heard of their conversation. Thus far. That Ibrahima is and I was so afraid you and she was afraid that Who are these people? And why have they come?

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And when she found out that they're angels, Sheila

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as a sign of relief.

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Do you understand

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this amazing put yourself in a situation that all of a sudden somebody comes into your house

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and they're sitting and you offer them food and they don't take it and you're like why have they come Who are they and you begin to fear them and all of a sudden they tell you why they have come and as a sigh of relief sometimes you also end up laughing and women are generally quick to express their emotions right? So for the hiccup, so she laughed at this.

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Secondly, it is said that for the haircut so she laughed when Ferber Chanel hubby is her woman Why is happier that when we gave her good news of his house and after it's happier then Sheila although for the hiccups has been mentioned first. However, it can also be understood the other way around that she laughed when when we gave her the good news

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for the hiccup, so she left

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some upside that for the heck he laughed at the fact that the people of Luther he said we're going to be destroyed.

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However, it does not seem that appropriate, because Abraham Ellison's reaction was off fear, as we will learn that when the angels told him, he became very afraid, and he began to argue with them.

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So it cannot be imagined that his wife would end up laughing at the fact that some people are going to be punished by

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what can be understood, is it for the heck he left that being relieved? And you know, these people are angels, and they haven't come to harm us. So for Bashar, we gave her good news because half of his half meaning of a son.

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Well, meanwhile, he is how can alpha is how can I send a miracle? Greyson was one,

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meaning, we gave her good news of a son and not just a son, but a grandson as well.

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So she was given the good news of this from Wu, Allah subhanaw taala through the angels.

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We learned sort of that yet as well. I number 28. That for Odessa men who prefer the latter half, and he felt from them apprehension, but the angel said latter half don't fear well, Bashara will be one m&r name and they gave him good news of a learned boy. Good News of who have a boy who would be or the very knowledgeable.

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Now you might wonder what's the big deal?

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What's the big deal for Bashar? Why didn't Angel have to be sent with the good news? Okay, you're gonna have a child? What's the big deal about it?

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Because first of all, remember, they were old, Ibrahim right Islam was around 200 years old and his wife was also of a similar age very old.

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And secondly, the fact that it was going to be a son who is going to be Eileen, who is going to be knowledgeable who is going to be a scholar was going to be a prophet. This is not an ordinary news.

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This is not an ordinary news.

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Just imagine if at the birth of a child, the woman is told your child is going to become so and so is going to become the president. Just imagine how happy she would be.

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So this was not an ordinary news. Rather, it was very special for the messenger

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that Allah will take the work of Dean from your descendants, that you are serving the dean and your children will also do the same and it's going to continue in your progeny in your descendants because Ibrahim Edison did not have any children thus far. He had his marine but through his wife Sarah he did not have any children because it's my either incident he was supposed to be older and his half credits and I was supposed to be younger. So anyway, through his wife, he did not have a child. So this was a big deal

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that this work is going to continue in your progeny.

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college she said what was the reaction? That yawei letter? Oh war to me? How was it possible? How can I have a child

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they do Shall I give birth

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is is different. Shall I give birth and a little from the root letter as well lambda whether they gonna do to give birth?

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Shall I give birth Am I going to have a child Well, there are Jews and while I am an old woman will have bernicia and this My husband is an old man. How is it possible? I am such an old woman and my husband is also an old man. How can we ever have children yeah we letter

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Yeah, we letter is actually your way Lottie? Yeah, way the T where the yeah means me at the end.

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But yeah, wait a T has been changed into your way letter. Why? Because

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what meaning does it convey

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the airway law, as opposed to the availa t? airway law?

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It expresses more shock, doesn't it?

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Like for example, if a person is struggling to say

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so yawei letter, this expresses more shock. Now the question is, why is she saying a war to me? Way means war destruction? Why is she saying that?

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That she really mean it? No, she doesn't really mean it. This is an expression of amazement.

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That this is so amazing.

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This is so amazing. And this kind of statement is very common within women.

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There are many different versions in different languages. Like for example, in order to say hi memory,

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which literally means Oh my God, I just died.

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Is it literary that that person has died? No. But in extreme shock in extreme surprise, these are the kinds of statements that women generally uttered. You will never see men saying these things, but women typically. Oh my god, what just happened? How is it possible? So yeah, a letter over to me. Who am I going to give birth? What are Jews what I'm such an old woman, our users from the letters, I say

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What does arges mean? Or its weakness? So are Jews is a woman who cannot bear children due to old age?

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She is unable she has become weak.

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She has become weak she cannot bear children anymore.

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What Well hello Barney and this meaning of Ronnie Renison is my husband, BB is used for husband who was shaken and oldman Shane is actually used for literally it means an old person.

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What is it used for an older man.

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And from the sword shave is also used for for instance, a teacher is color. Why?

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Not because they're old in their age, but because of the respect that they deserve.

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Because a shave an old person he deserves respect.

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In our Deen in our religion, we have been taught to respect our elders. Older people deserve respect.

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No matter who they are, no matter how they are. You cannot shout at them. You cannot yell at them no matter how much they annoy you.

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It's not appropriate at all. The fact that someone has white hair, the fact that someone is of old age they deserve respect.

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So Heather bar Alicia, this is my husband, who is an old man

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in the Heather Indeed, this is the shaman RG. This is very strange. This is very amazing. RG How is it possible that I will have a child

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elsewhere as well it is mentioned in the data yet I have 29 that felco Bella tomorrow to houfy songwriting for socket Raja Bakar that argues in our theme, then his wife came forward with a loud voice. And she struck her face out of shock. Like for example, when a person is in shock, you know, typically women what do they do? They will cover their mouth and they will, you know, put their hand on their cheek, say even she was very surprised. So she struck her face and she said, a bear an old woman, how is she meant to have a child?

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But the fact is, this is not difficult for Allah. You might find it to be RG but this is not RG for Allah. It's not difficult for Allah.

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Because in Mo Mo who either are the shaman and the akula, who can fire him, he just needs to say V entities.

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So what was the response of the angels follow the SEC a thorough job venum and umbrella. Are you amazed at the decree of Allah? Are you wondering? Are you amazed? Are you surprised at the number of Allah that are jobina? is from the roof letters I am Jean Beth. What is this? Yeah, no nothing.

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A third jobina are you amazed minimally left at the command of Allah meaning Do not be amazed at this decision of Allah?

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Because for Allah it is not difficult at all.

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And what was the amount of Allah that he was going to give a child to who to an old man and an old woman?

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Allah tala he, the mercy of Allah wa barakatuhu. And his blessings are they come upon you?

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May the mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you fll vade or people of the house?

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May the mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you? What does it mean by this?

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This is a Dora are the angels that they're praying for who for some that made the mercy of Allah and His blessings be upon you.

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is used for family. But it's also used for wife in particular, and lel bait people of the house. What does it show to us?

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that the people of the house does not just include a man and his daughter and his grandchildren through the daughter.

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But what does it include? Over here? Well wait is referring to

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his wife, because there are some people who when they talk about the profit side of autism, they say that the Avalon Bay the elevat of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or who

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his daughter and her children

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and they exclude the wives of the Prophet sort of autism completely.

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But the fact is that a house cannot be imagined without the wife is in

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a house is incomplete without the wife. And over here we see that elevate has been used for who?

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For wife. So this gives the evidence that the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam includes his wives as well.

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It includes all of them.

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So the angels say that why are you surprised at the amount of aluminum

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Mercy of Allah and His blessings be upon you as lel bathe and elevate means all elevate. Yeah is implied How do we know?

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This is not so. So yeah, a little bit in the who indeed he is Hamid II is praiseworthy and he's also Majeed. He's also honorable, Allah is praiseworthy.

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He is machmood for what he does, for what he decides. So, you should praise Allah, you should thank him,

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instead of being surprised, and remaining in this surprise and astonishment, thank Allah, He is Hamid and he is Majeed. Maji this from the fetters meme gene that much and what does that mean? honor? eminence, glory? So, Majeed is one who is honorable one who is eminent one who has glory.

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One who has a lot of Dory, which is why we see known Majeed, how's it translated, the glorious Allah

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so, Majeed is one who is very great, very glorious in the sight of people. very dignified,

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very dignified.

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And it's also used for someone who's very noble, known for his garden for his generosity, for his his for his honor for his prestige for his show offer for his inability as well. And when Allah subhanaw taala is Majeed, what does it mean? One who is very generous one who is honorable, one who is very glorious, and at the same time, very generous as well.

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Because what is the way of attaining glory?

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generosity, isn't it? The more generous you are, the more respectable you become in the eyes of people.

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So Allah is Majeed, meaning he is very generous. He can give you whatever that he wants, however, that he wants, and whenever that he wants, so don't doubt it.

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Sometimes what happens when a person makes it though it's very hard for him to comprehend that this door will be accepted that it can ever be accepted. Which is why sometimes we don't even make the thinking that Oh, it's impossible. We give up hope. But we see that the angels they say to the wife of Ibrahim is an amateur Lord is hamidah. Majid is so generous. Don't doubt at the amount of Allah Don't be amazed. Don't be surprised. He can do whatever he wants. Ask Him. May the mercy of Allah be upon you. May the blessings of Allah be upon you