Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 12 – L124E

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Yusuf 36-57 Word Analysis and Tafsir 50-53

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So over here, we see that use of Redis. And I'm assigning them the planning for the next 15 years.

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Now, when the king found out about this, he was very impressed. He was very amazed. So he said, we'll call and maliko. And the king said, to nibi, bring him to me. Who is this person who told you this interpretation? And he also gave you such a good solution? Who is he bring him to me, anyway. And he knew that you said he said, I was in the prison, because the man is copier had told him, send me to the prison. So he knew that use of medicine was in the prison, but he was so impressed. He was so amazed that he said, Just bring him to me without any trial, without any hearing, whatever, nothing, just bring him to me immediately.

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Follow me then when he came to Him, who came to him on rasuluh, the messenger, which messenger

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this Rasulo over here is the Rasool of the king, the messenger, the envoy of the king, who came to use of Artesia.

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So Joshua, who he came to him, him refers to use of renessa.

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So when the envoy of the king went to use of nslm, what did you do immediately? Is that okay, let's go. Finally, my time has come. No, he said, Carla, did you go back? I'm not coming out. He said go back is your return in Arabic to your master, meaning return to your king? First and who and then ask him Maribel, Luna, Swati, what is the state? What is the condition of the women? Which women allottee those who Katana idea who know who kept their hands?

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What is their state? What is their condition now? in metal be indeed Milord. Because the inner of their plots, he is our Liam he is knowing

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use of our salon does not jump at the king's invitation. He does not hasten to get out of the prison. But rather he demands that the reason why he was brought to the prison, that reason must be inquired about.

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It must be checked.

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Was he sent to the prison because he was guilty? Or he was sent to the prison out of injustice.

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He wanted his criminal record to be completely clear, before he left the prison.

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This is why he says to the envoy go back and ask them what is the state of those women who cut up their hands?

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If you look at it, who is it that actually plotted against use of a center

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there's only one woman, the wife of Aziz and the rest of the women, they got their hands as a result of the plot of that woman as well. But he says generally the women Why? Because he still has respect for his master. He still has respect for who his master because his master had been very good towards him. It was his wife who had done something wrong, he does not name her. He does not mention her by name. He does not talk about her in particular, he just has generally what is the state of those women?

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What do they say now? What is their state? In other words, inquire about this matter, before taking me out of the prison?

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Why don't you do that?

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You see the king, he wanted to make use of the knowledge, the expertise, the skills, the wisdom of use of penicillin. And this is the reason why he called us the very center.

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But use of it Sam did not wish to rush into that position. Because his image at this point was not that good.

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Just imagine someone walking out of the prison coming next to the king and getting a high position in the government. Would you trust such a person? Would you just think about it somebody is brought out of the prison and he's up in the government? Would you trust them? Not at all. You wonder why were they in the prison? And how come they've been brought out. So user friendly. Sam did not wish to go into this position because his image was not good at this point. And he wanted his criminal record to be completely clear.

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Because if he went like this, the king would not even trust him. The King might doubt him.

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The king was definitely impressed. But at the same time, he would be wondering what is it that led him to the prison.

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So he wanted this to be known that he was sent to the prison, not because he committed a crime but out of pure interest.

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So we see the patience, the control of use of artists at the helm of use of our listener.

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He's not anxious. He's not impatient. He's not hasty, but rather he waits.

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Now put yourself in that position.

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If you were in the shoes of use of realism, you've been sent to the prison for a crime that you never committed, and you're waiting to come out of it. And the envoy of the king, the Messenger of the king, he comes and says, The king is calling you What would you do?

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rush out the prison.

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But use of Instagram he doesn't do that. The Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said that if I were to stay in prison for such a long time as use of dip, I would have accepted the offer. Use early Salaam stayed in the prison for

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at least three to nine years. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said if I were in that position, I would have responded to that offer I would have accepted it and this is a narration in Bahati.

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In another narration, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said if it was me, I would have accepted the offer rather than a week my exoneration first,

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rather than wait for my record to become clear first.

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But use of our time he waited, he wanted to make sure that his record was clear, because he was the Messenger of Allah. And the Messenger of Allah has the message of a lot to convey.

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And for that he must be considered as someone who is trustworthy, someone who was honest, someone who is reliable, someone who is truthful, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he will say that he was a meme Sherry, where they said it was considered as module one. So the profits, they had a very, very good reputation. And at this point, the reputation of use of RSM was not the greatest. So he wanted to make sure that his reputation was good.

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So what happened? Did the king say fine, don't come? I'm not going to, you know, bother about this case. No. Because use of artists Anam had a unique skill. And the king wanted that he made accommodations, and he interrogated the matter himself. And this shows to us that when a person has expertise, and other people are willing to make accommodation for him.

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So honor, he said, mean, the king said to the women, that male horrible corner, what is your state?

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What was your condition rather, is when all was done, when you're seduced, use efficient use of Raisa? Meaning what was your condition when you sought to seduce use of venison?

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In the previous ayah, we learned about the word bad. Now we learned about the word hot. Both are translated as condition, state circumstance.

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The word bad is used for the present state of affairs of someone, the present condition of someone so when he said what is the condition of those women? Meaning what is their present condition? What is their present condition? Are they still thinking the same about me? Are they still accusing me of something that I never committed? Because the immortal disease, she accused us of racism, isn't it? So? So, what is her present state now, what does she say now about me and the word hot on the other hand is used for a very important condition, a very important affair, a very important circumstance, situation that a person is in whether it is something very big or something small, but it is

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important to them.

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Because from the same root hataoka is at the heart of hookah, which means to address. So it is an important condition in important situation because there's a lot of discussion going on in this.

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And according to others, heart is also used for a situation, a circumstance which is not that praiseworthy, it is disliked, it is not really a good condition to be in it is not really a good state to be in. So the king asked what was your condition is rotten when you try to seduce use of our NFC, use of insulin from his soul? When you try to seduce him? What was your condition? In other words, did you find any inclination in him towards you? Did you find him guilty at all?

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Oh no. They said meaning all of the women. They said Hashem Allah, may Allah forbid. And in other words Subhana Allah Merlyn, now we do not know our lay about him in so in any evil we

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Do not know any evil about use of a listener. In other words, we do not find any fault in him. He never did anything wrong. It was not his fault. He was not sent to the prison for a crime that he committed.

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No, he was never at fault. How Shannon soprano law. So then what happened? arlette she said, when all of the women spoke the truth. Now, Mr. Attila Aziz, the wife of the disease, even she spoke even she testified. And she said that Eliana, now has Hassan help, the truth has become evident. Now the truth has become clear.

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She makes a public confession of her guilt and the innocence of use of our listener. And she says now the truth has become evident. The word hustle hustle is from newsletters, how slot slot and according to others how sought have sought. And house hustle literally is when a camel sits on the ground.

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What is it when a camel sits on the ground?

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If a camel is well trained, very obedient to its master, and the master tells the camel indicates the camel Get up, the camel will get up. But if the camel is not that obedient, it's very difficult to make the camel Get up. Because you cannot kick the camel and say get up. We can't do that. If you try to push him, you can't do that either. These animals in particular for example, camels, donkeys, horses, mules, once they become stubborn, it's impossible to move them.

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Impossible.

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Sometimes it happens that in countries where these animals are roaming around freely, an animal will just come stand in the middle of the road and not move.

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Honestly, once I remember, we were traveling, and there was a huge traffic jam, and we were stuck for hours. And we were wondering what's happening. So then the driver he got off and he went all the way to see what was happening, there was a donkey standing in the middle of the road, not moving, not moving at all. And eventually they had to push the donkey or they had to shoot it or something or the other because the donkey would not move. Sometimes it happens with these animals. So has Hassan is when a camel sits very firmly on the ground and refuses to get up it becomes fixed, it becomes firm. So house hustle health being the truth has become established. Now, it cannot be

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misrepresented. It cannot be removed, it cannot be concealed. It cannot be hidden. Just as a camel once it's sitting, you cannot move it unless if it gets a by its own choice. So the truth has been established. And other say that has hustla is when something becomes evident when something becomes manifest when it becomes revealed. And it becomes manifest on the removal of some pressure that was hiding it.

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Just imagine something that was hidden,

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that was concealed by some external pressure. And once that pressure is removed, then that thing becomes obvious.

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Like for example, if there's a big stain on the carpet, and what do you do, you put a rug on it and on top of that rug, you put a heavy chair in it. That stain is hidden, you can't see it. Once that heavy chair is moved and that rug is removed only then you can see that you'd stain. So it becomes evident when when the outward external pressure is removed.

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So similarly, up until now, the truth about use of an incident was hidden was concealed by what pressure, the pressure of all these women against their men that use of register. Now with a villa, for example, in Ronda Rousey is what did she say that he intended to do even with me? So because of that the truth got hidden. It was concealed. But now the truth was revealed when the women confessed. And she says an hour to who I did try to seduce him. She makes an open confession, a public confession. Yes, I tried to seduce him enough see for himself. What in the hell and indeed he lemon aside, he was surely from the truthful ones. Previously he was called.

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He was called Siddique and now he is called his father, the one who is truthful that he was truthful in his claim that she attempted to seduce me.

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So we see that use of varicella is known for his good qualities amongst the people. First is called a morson. Then he's called a sub D. And then he is called exotic

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despite the fact that

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He was the only one on the religion of the heat in that society. He was a minority, only one person against the entire nation. But what is he known for?

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What kind of reputation does he have? His good character, his honesty, he was different from them, yet, they acknowledged his good character. And we must also check ourselves over here, that when we live as minorities, amongst other people, who are on another religion, who have a different culture than ours, then what are we known for? What kind of reputation do we have? Yes, we may be accused for something that we've never committed. But what does our block demonstrate? Use of it, Sam was accused for something. But eventually people did admit his honesty. They did say that he was a Moxon. Similarly, it's possible that Muslims are accused for crimes that they have never committed.

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But really, what is our reputation? Are we known for fulfilling promises or breaking promises? Are we known for fulfilling our commitments? Or just disappearing without notice? What are we known for? What is our reputation? Look at use of our listener? Only one person, only one Muslim, but people are acknowledging his honesty? Are we known for our punctuality? Or are we known for something other than that?

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Danica, that is who is saying this, there is a difference of opinion with regards to who exactly is saying the statement, we look at one meaning and then we look at the other meaning.

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We'll take this as the continuation of the speech of the wife of Aziz, when she said, and has hassle health, and are our two who are nuptse. We're in no lemon aside, if.

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And when she makes this confession, she says their liquor that is mean this confession I'm making. So that Leah lemma so that he knows who knows. My husband knows that Aziz knows that Ernie, indeed, I love Han who I did not betray him, the whole from the Tetris, High Noon from the word piano, so that he knows that I did not betray him, will I be in the unseen? In other words, I'm making this confession, so that my husband knows that yes, I did try to seduce him. But I did not ultimately commit the evil deed. I did not ultimately commit the crime. I tried to seduce him, but I never did anything wrong. And as a result, betray my husband.

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So this is the reason why she made this confession. Because you can imagine the kind of doubt that her husband must have in her. Right. He would not trust her anymore at all. So she's making this confession now, so that her husband also knows that yes, she tried to seduce but she eventually never did anything wrong.

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Well, I know Lucha and I'm also making this confession because a lot lady he does not guide cadle her in in the plot of those people who betrayed the plot of those people who are treacherous, who are traitors, people who do piano, Allah does not guide the meaning he does not let them become successful.

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Eventually the truth it does become evident, even though there may be a delay. But ultimately, what becomes manifest the truth? Those people who betray, they are never successful. Now, if we take this as a speech of the wife of Aziz, how can she say What? anila halaya decadal harmony, that Allah does not guide the plot of the people who do piano. What does it show that perhaps they did have some kind of belief in Allah soprano, just as the mushrikeen of Makkah also had a belief in Allah, but they altered the chick. So it's possible that they also had some kind of belief at this point.

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Next, just keep both images open side by side, because these are connected. We're going to go back and forth.

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So she says warmer over NFC, and I do not acquit myself, meaning I do not declare myself to be very pure, to be completely innocent.

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In other words, if I'm saying that I did not ultimately do something wrong, I'm not saying that I never did try to seduce him. I did make a mistake.

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It was a mistake on my part, I should not have done that. I tried to seduce him. I'm not denying that. Oberto is from the EU countries that are Ah, Hamza from the word Bara. And what does Parag mean?

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This association when a person does not have anything to do with the other one a person

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innocent and it's also used for when a person becomes free of something that is disliked. Like for example, a person is accused of a crime and being accused of a crime is definitely something that is this like nobody likes that. So, when a person is declared innocent, this is what he is very. Similarly, if a person was ill and he becomes cured, he becomes healthy again. That again he is very, he has been disassociated from something that is disliked. So, over here oh buddy, ooh, meaning I do not free myself, I do not absolve myself of anything, meaning I am at fault, it is my fault. Although I did not ultimately commit Zina with him, but I was definitely at fault when I try

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to seduce him.

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You understand? Like for example, if a person is claiming that he never did anything wrong, he never committed a particular crime.

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It might come across as though he's saying I have never made a mistake, isn't it? It might come across as saying that I've never made a mistake. So she's saying over here that I'm not saying that I've never made a mistake. Well, nobody will never see because in an upset indeed the human self like a marathon it is surely a persistent enjoin or offwhite bisou of the evil amount or is from the root letters, Hamza me brought from the word and what does it mean to command to give an instruction an amount or fara, what is this one who repeatedly does an action? So the human soul it constantly repeatedly over and over again commands to do what? As to evil? Because you can imagine in her house

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is a servant who is extremely handsome, and she's attracted by him. So her knifes was constantly commanding her to do something evil.

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So she says that I'm not saying that I've never committed any mistake no inland Uppsala, amount of bizu enough's the soul a persistently enjoins that which is evil. In that except mount Rahim Allah be that on whom my Lord was merciful, in Nabila for over him indeed my lord is forgiving, and he's also merciful. What does it mean by this LML Rahim Allah be man has been understood in several ways. First of all, it has been said that man means man,

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that the soul, it constantly enjoins that which is evil, except for the person on whom Allah has been merciful and his soul does not constantly tell him to do bad.

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Do you understand? You may have heard nevsun, Amar, Neff, sola.

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And Nestle mocha in Have you heard of these terms?

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nafsa Amala is the knifes that constantly urges a person to do evil

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constantly commands a person to evil.

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And when a person does not listen to himself, he does not respond to every command to do evil. Like for example, a person is walking in the street, and enough says Oh, look, look at that.

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Look at that person. For example, a man or a woman and the other person is not wearing proper clothes, and enough constantly commands. Look at them. Look at the kind of dress they're wearing. Look how their body is being revealed. Or, you know, the music, or for example, a very obscene scene, a very obscene billboard or something like that. The knifes constantly urges a person to do something wrong. But what is a person who he does not listen?

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When he does not listen, a person goes to the level of Nestle lower. And lower gamma is one that constantly laments constantly blames that no, you should not do this. How could you do something wrong? How could you look at that, and then a person is inclined to doing more and more stuff, a person is inclined to staying away from seeing

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and at the time of that the person becomes Nestle multiple in the one who is satisfied content with the decree of Allah. So Allah Mara Mara be Mara hammarby refers to which nuts

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the ups that is Loma that is mobile.

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Secondly, they said that math gives meaning of the time,

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meaning except for the time when the mercy of Allah is there. In other words, the nafs enjoins evil all the time, every single moment,

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except for those times when Allah's mercy is there and then the neffs comes down and does not

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urge a person to do evil.

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A llama Rahim Arabic In Arabic or photo Rahim indeed my lord is Forgiving and Merciful.

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Now a person may wonder, this woman was so evil. And she's saying such good words.

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If you think about it, the way she attacked the use of her hustler, the way she locked him up, the way she accused him the way she blamed him, the way she put him on the spot, and the way she threatened him. And the way she had all the women over there attacking him as well. And then she sent him to prison. She was definitely someone who was very sinful, extremely bad. But look at these good words that are coming out of her mouth. What does it show to us?

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That it's not necessary that if a person does something wrong once they become inherently evil, no, it's possible that Allah subhanaw taala gives them that they'll feel to change. Allah gives them the ability to realize their mistake.

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And he gives them the chance to repent, and to amend the mistakes that they had committed in the past.

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And we see, this is something very common throughout our Islamic history. Like for example, we learned about a plumber, even Abdel Who was he, the son of a Buddha, who was the opponent of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he followed the footsteps of his father as well. Even he was a staunch opponent of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And at the conquest of Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said that if he is found, he is to be killed. He was one of those people who were to be killed if found alive. So what did he do, he left, he left Makkah, he escaped. And when he got onto a ship, to escape from there, there was a huge storm, they were surrounded.

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And at that point, he began calling upon Allah subhanaw taala only. Remember that when people are on the ship, and they realize No one's going to help you they call upon on the AMA. So he did that as well.

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And then it just clicked to him, that if I am calling upon Allah only at this point, this is exactly what Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam has been calling as to

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why am I running away from him.

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So then he went back to Makkah, and he became a Muslim.

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But if you look at it, he committed so many crimes against the Muslims in the past, it's possible that a person has made major mistakes, but Allah can give him the ability to change. An Aikido model Leonardo is not alone in this. There are so many people also here in the lower end, who now we call them, the Allahu anhu. It's amazing, because the way that they oppose the Muslims, but then later on, they repented.

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And also so many other people. For example, we learn about our beloved mobile, he was a great scholar, which know who he was before he became a scholar.

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You can say he was a gangster. In modern terms, you can give that name because he had joined a group of people, a big gang, and they would go and steal, they would attack people. They would attack travelers, they would go and attack people in their homes at night, they would commit theft. And he was one of them.

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And his father was very righteous. But unfortunately the son was completely different. And it is sad that one night he happened to go into somebody's house in order to steal and when he got there, this man he was reciting the Quran in his Salah. And he recited some either the Quran that lm yet Nila Deena Avenue and duck shark una de la, is it not time for the people who have believed that their hearts should humble to the remembrance of Allah and it just hit him at that point. That Yes, it is time it is time.

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And immediately he turned around, he completely turned around, he became a scholar. Just imagine a person who used to go and steal and attack others he becomes a scholar. So similarly, if we see these good words coming out of the mouth of this woman who did something so evil in the past, it is possible because Allah subhanaw taala can be merciful towards whoever that he wants.

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Other scholars have said that this speech these are this is a part of the speech of who

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use of racism,

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that use of racism. He said, from 1952 that vaniqa that is meaning this innocence that I want to be declared.

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I want to make sure that people know of my innocence because he asked the king to check his record to interrogate concerning his matter his affair. So he said this innocence that I want to be declared is Leon lemma. So that

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He knows, who knows, who knows my master, there is he is he knows that anila who believe. I never betrayed him, so that he does not have any mistrust in me. He does not mistrust me at all. I never betrayed him. I don't want him to doubt me at all. Because I never did anything wrong. Well, anila halaya decadal high in in, and Allah does not guide the plot of those people who betray

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Why did you subreddit Salam want to absolve himself of this blame? Because a messenger he possesses two great qualities. And what are they of sick and of a man that a messenger must be assaulted? And he must be a mean,

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use of carnism? He was known for his sick, isn't it? So? He was called to do? He was called sodic. But what about Amanda? This is also very important. So it was necessary to refute this accusation of betrayal from him. This is why he made sure that he was declared as someone innocent. Because the messenger has a big Amana. With him, he has to deliver the message of Allah.

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Well, nobody would have seen and the use of lsdm says that I do not declare myself free of any guilt. I'm not showing the attitude of holier than thou. Because when people say that they're innocent, they might come across as saying that I'm very, very pious, much more righteous than you. You say no, I'm not trying to say that I'm a perfect person. I've never made a mistake, because in the nerve center amount of

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the knifes, it commands you to do evil. It's only natural LMR or hammarby, except for the person who Allah is merciful upon in Nabila foto Rahim indeed minorities Forgiving and Merciful.

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Now with regards to the two opinions, which is stronger, how do we take these two opinions?

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First of all, remember that authority? Who is authority?

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If I mentioned these names, you should know

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Mufasa He is a professor of the Quran.

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Him and along with him, many other diberi who would it have been the generation after that upper Sahaba? Who did they learn from the Sahaba the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So all of them so every major hits are either been debated or crema, the hack has an illusory Qatada. All of them and many others. They said that this statement is abusive or the seller

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who said this statement

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in explaining his demand for the inquiry into the affair.

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So he said this, explaining why he demanded that his affair must be inquired about. And these must be his words, they say, because such good words cannot come out of the woman who said, Hey, tallac because these words they demonstrate a sense of great nobility of character.

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But other scholars that disagree amongst them are even concede, who is even concede? He's ultimate.

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Amongst them are even taymiyah as well as Mr. Modi. They say that it is a statement of disease his wife. Why? Because she is confessing.

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She is confessing over here. And she is stressing the fact that yes, she made a mistake, but she did not ultimately commit the crime. And she's confessing because she realized her fault. And if you look at it, this opinion, the second opinion that this is the statement of the Emperor Attila z is this seems to be more strong. Why this is more suitable, why? because at this point use of our insulin was where he was in the prison he had not come out yet. And we see that the king he is asking the women

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and when the women they say use have never did anything wrong, this woman begins to talk.

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And then after that, what do we see that the king says again, that bring use of what is it show the use of rice and I was still in the prison?

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He was still in the prison. So these must be the words of who of this woman. And we discussed earlier, that How could such good words be coming out of her mouth? Because she repented, she realized her mistake. And this is something very important for us to understand. Because if somebody is made a mistake once in their life, we never forgive them. We never forgive them. We never forget what they have done. We never let them forget what they have done and we never let other people forget what they have done. We keep reminding them. Remember when you did that? Remember when you used to do that. Remember when you used to say that? Why are you reminding someone of a sin that

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they committed in the past?

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Forget about it.

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If it has been committed in the past, a person has changed. He has repented he has improved, encourage him instead of discouraging him.