Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 14 – L138E

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of acknowledging Islam's cultural significance and balancing fairness and equitable distribution of power is emphasized in Islam. fulfilling promises and maintaining a positive attitude towards others are essential for achieving justice and avoiding negative consequences. The importance of avoiding evil deeds and staying on a plan is emphasized, along with the use of "has" in the title of Islam and the importance of trusting oneself and not wasting time. The transcript also highlights the need for individuals to fulfill their own goals and avoid breaking promises, as well as the importance of trusting oneself and not wasting time.
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Then almost found out I mentioned in the La Jolla Moodle Indeed Allah orders what will an orderly the justice, well exam and also good conduct

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and he also orders what what he even kotoba and giving to relatives. So Allah subhanaw taala orders us three things either your son eater either

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when her and he forbids our Nilufer Sheree from indecency, immorality will moon carry and bad conduct well bullying and oppression

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three things a loss of penalty Allah forbids us from fascia mooncup and body, URI local law local dedicado he admonishes you that perhaps you will be reminded,

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even Mr. Little De Lyonne, who said that this ayah is the most comprehensive ayah in the Quran.

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In terms of what is good, and what is evil.

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Everything that is important that must be followed is mentioned in this ayah. And everything that must be stayed away from is also mentioned in this.

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So we see that there are three commands, and there are three prohibitions.

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We learned that amount of nerve disease, the halifa, he included this verse in the Friday sermon. It was after him that this tradition continued. And it has continued till today that this ayah is recited regularly in the Friday sermon in the Juma Why?

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Because this ayah is a very comprehensive ayah. It's a very good reminder about what is required of us and what we must stay away from.

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We also learned that many people, they accepted Islam, just because they heard this one idea.

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When they learned about this one idea, they believed, because they knew that whatever this religion is, it is calling to something that is good.

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In the La Jolla Moodle, Allah Himself commands that every person must do this. What should every person do? First of all, be largely with the justice. What is are the

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other is justice, fairness. And the Arabs they understood as well as in SOF. And what is in slough as I mentioned you fairness, justice.

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And the greatest fairness or justice is what acknowledging the blessing, the favor of the one who has bestowed a favor upon you. This is what fairness is that you acknowledge the favor of the other, the kindness of the other. And if you don't acknowledge that, if you pretend that it does not exist, that is not justice, that is injustice. So our model is fairness. Secondly, our There is also to give every rightful person

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what he deserves every person, whatever right they deserve, either is to give them what they deserve.

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And remember that idle does not mean that you give equally to every single person.

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Either is what that you give to every person what they deserve. It's not equality,

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okay. Idle is not equality, what is it, it's fairness, it is to give every person what they deserve.

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Like for example, if you have a child, and you have an older person, and if some food is being distributed, you will give a bigger play to the older person and you will give a smaller play to who to the child, you will not say no to people, exact same sizes. This is not fair. No, it's fair. This is what fairness is you give to each person what they deserve, if you give more to the child, he will not be able to consume it, if you give less to the older person, that will be insufficient for him.

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So other is to give every person the right that they deserve. Similarly, other is also to maintain a balance here to that to have a balance. And that balance can only be obtained when every person is given what they deserve.

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Because if you give to only one and you ignore the other, is that going to maintain balance? No. It's going to create imbalance in your life.

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So Allah orders justice, meaning Allah orders the doing of justice to everyone.

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What is other with Allah soprano data, Justice with Allah subhanaw taala that allows house should be given to him and what is that? That he is the only God

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He should be worshipped alone, that he should be thanked for the blessings that he has bestowed that he should be obeyed in return for all of his favorites, this is what is either with a last parameter,

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that he should be believed in, that he should be obeyed, and he should be worshipped exclusively and sincerely,

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what is audible towards the creation, that their who their use their rights must be given to them, whatever every person deserves, he should be given that, and also that if there are any decisions, any judgments to be made, that should be made with justice, not bias, but justice equity, in the La Jolla moral Villa, Allah orders justice, it's a command, it's not a request. It's a command. It's an obligation on all of us, that we should strive to be just,

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well, if son and he also orders the good conduct, what is their son, your son is from person which is beauty. And your son is to do good, to do righteous deeds, to do everything that the level of excellence to do everything at the level of excellence to beautify your actions, how do you beautify your actions? By doing them in a very nice way? By doing them in a very good way?

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Like, for example, one is that the homework that was given the assignment that was given a person does it, just to get rid of it just to get over it? And he misses some questions, he leaves some out, leave some blank,

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or it just copies off somebody else's assignment, this is not their son at all. What is your son

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that you do it? how it should be done?

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That you answer every single question, you write neatly, you write properly, so that the person who is going to be marking the assignment is not wondering what that word is. Similarly, the sentences are complete the references are there, there's clarity, so that the other person is not solving the answers that you provided.

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So that is to do something at the level of excellence to beautify an action. And excite is also to give more to give extra, which includes pardon forgiveness.

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So Allah orders arson. So what does air sign mean? In the context, then, that first of all, and that will follow it to perform the obligations. This is exam to perform the obligations because if a person leaves out any, that would be injustice.

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Edit includes all the deeds that have been enjoined by the Quran and Sunnah. Similarly, ecksand includes his last sincerity, because sincerity is what beautifies the actions.

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And remember the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that you worship Allah as though you see him. This is what your son is, is Laos.

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And your son also includes a lawful forgiveness, pardon, that you forgive the other, if they're rude to you. If they're harsh to you, you do your son, you forgive them, you'll be kind in your words, you'll be kind in your actions. This is what Allah commands that you should focus on doing extra, you should focus on doing more than what the other has done. do more good in return. You see, your other is justice, your son is a level above that. Be extra nice, be extra generous, be extra kind and compassionate. Allah orders both of these things.

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Because sometimes we only focus on Okay, what's my duty?

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Okay, what's required of me, and I will only do that, nothing beyond that. But axon is what you do extra as well.

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That, for example, your duty would be that for any person who's working at a particular place that he has to come at nine, he has to leave at five, there are certain things that he has to do, he just does them.

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Now justice would be that he just comes and he does his work. He comes at nine, he does his work and leaves at five. This is what justice, but your sign is what he doesn't work properly. And if there's anything leftover, he stays longer to complete the work. He takes it home to do the work. He takes it home to complete it. And he doesn't just do it to get rid of it so that he can get his paycheck. He does it with your son to bring quality to his work to bring benefit to the work that he's doing, to bring benefit to the company that he's working for. This is what your sign is.

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So in every action, a loss penalty requires he wants our son from us.

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And thirdly, he commands what he thought he did, and giving to, to the close relatives, whether they give you or they don't give you you are supposed to give them

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Generally, we give to those who give us

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Where we are receiving, we like to be on the giving end as well. And where we are not receiving we don't want to give. But what does Allah say? He that he did occur by not taking from the developer, but he has commanded you to give to the vilcabamba. And what is it that we have to give them?

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Giving? What to them?

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What are we required to give them? Anything? Like what? Money? What else? gifts? What else? Help, assistance? their rights. Right? Good. What else?

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time Okay, knowledge, good behavior, kindness, charity when they need it. What else? good words, good advice. All of this is what given to their relatives. So what etha is little corba and also giving to the near relatives and remember, they'll quarterback, the closest relatives

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and relatives have been mentioned in particular, why? Because this highlights their importance. It doesn't mean that other people should be ignored. No, they should also be given. But when their relatives are mentioned, what does it show that they deserve most from us, because charity begins where I

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weigh in her and three things Allah subhanaw taala forbids. Along with doing certain good deeds, we are also required to avoid certain evil deeds. Why?

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Because if we only focus on doing good and not avoiding evil, then some evil is enough to corrupt the good that you're doing.

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Like for example, you have a table that is full of lovely dishes that you prepared and right in the center for a garbage bag.

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What is that going to do?

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It's going to destroy the entire table. Although you have placed five lovely dishes and only one little garbage can,

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that's enough to ruin everything good.

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So along with doing good, you have to abstain from evil as well, because some evil is sometimes enough to consume all the good that you've done. So, this is why Allah subhanaw taala forbids from what an unfair share from the indecency. What is for sure, for hashing that which is indecent, that which is immoral, that which is vulgar, obscene.

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And it is said that fascist refers to all such crimes whose cause is desire.

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All such crimes was causes What? desire. So for example, this includes Xena, this includes homosexuality. This includes vulgar speech, obscene actions, dirty jokes, being flirtatious. This is what fascia writing bad words, obscene words, saying them behaving improperly dressing improperly acting improperly.

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This is all fascia and what's the root cause of it? desire?

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Any altar for bits? element, what is Mancha? That action which is rejected which is disapproved by the shittier? And by there?

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And what's the cause of this? It is said that the cause of Moncure is raised in

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Like for example, one code includes yelling at your parents. Is that acceptable by the?

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No. is it acceptable by the religion? Not at all? And why does a person degenerate his own parents out of anger out of other out of raise raise and

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so while monka monka is also forbidden,

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wild belly and the oppression what is oppression? What is buddy?

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Buddy is to exceed the bounds to oppress someone to just get what you desire to get what you want. And the cause for buddy is cubish arrogance.

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So Allah has forbidden fracture mooncup and Bali.

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If you look at it, if you contrast these three with the three commands that have been mentioned, firstly what was mentioned.

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So are the and fascia complete opposite Tao that our goal is that you give everyone what they deserve. And fascia is indecency, that you become biased.

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Similarly, the second command is your son. And what hasn't mentioned contrary to that a moon car where air sign is good conduct moon car is bad conduct where either either corba is being generous bully is being oppressive. opposites

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urealyticum he admonishes you he advises you learn

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Look into the courtroom so that you take heed.

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Hassan basically said that other an exam, they don't leave out anything from the obedience to a loss of meaning every act of obedience is included in what?

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In idol and ERISA

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and Russia and Mancha and Bali, what do they include?

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every act of mercy, every act of disobedience.

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So we see that in our religion, certain morals, certain good deeds, they must be adopted, they must be left by, and at the same time, certain vices they must be abandoned, they must be avoided.

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Both should be our focus, doing good, and at the same time avoiding evil.

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Because if you think of it, throughout your life, you're faced by these opportunities. Either you can do good or you can do bad. Now, if you avail all the good opportunities and all the bad opportunities, that's not good enough, what is required that you do good, and you avoid evil as well. Because ultimately, no matter how kind no matter how just no matter how fair, no matter how nice a person is, if he has bad character,

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if he is unjust just to his wife, or towards justice, children, that is enough to wipe off all of his good deeds. And we see this, that sometimes people they're known for their outward righteousness for their outward generosity. But then, one crime is discovered, which ruins their entire personality, which ruins their entire image.

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Like, for example, a person may be known for being a very honest person for being very hardworking and dedicated person. And all of a sudden you find out about a scandal that this person is cheating on his wife.

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That person loses respect completely. I'm sure you've heard of so many people who are very good at the work that they do. very hardworking, very dedicated, little children are their friends, and all of a sudden, what is discovered a scandal and their whole image goes down the drain. This is why along with the sun eater orba fascia must be stayed away from Russia, outside of marriage affairs, this is what for sure, indecency, Xena, they must be avoided, they must be stayed away from

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both are important.

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And if you notice, fascia, Mancha and then bollier mentioned and there's a reason behind this order,

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because many times fracture indecency, for example, a person is flirtatious, that leads to what magecart doing something that is completely wrong, that is not acceptable at all. And then that leads to bully that leads to oppression that leads to depriving other people from their rights being unjust towards them. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam warned us, he said, there is no sin more deserving of having its punishment hastened in this dunya as well as what is reserved in the hereafter for the one who does it more than tyrannical aggression, and cutting the ties of kinship, bullying, as well as severing the ties of kinship.

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These two crimes have been the punishment in the dunya to a person, the punishment is not preserved in the Hereafter, but it is given to a person even in the dunya how that the blessings that a person has, they're taken away from him.

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So we see that both sides must be focused on doing good and staying away from evil.

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And if, for example, a person is very good towards his coworkers, he's very good towards the people that he sees outside, in the street at the mall. He smiled at them. But when he comes home, he yelled at his wife, he oppresses his children. This is what do we control? This is belly, this is oppression, This is injustice.

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And when a person does that, then blessings are taken away from him. Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam warned us that injustice and cutting the ties of religion, what do they do they bring the punishment of a person in the dunya.

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So when a person does volley on others, he's living a double life very nice toward someone in his own house, extremely rude and offensive and harsh and violent, then that is going to deprive him of blessings because it's in gratitude for the blessings that Allah has given to him. And remember, when a person is ungrateful, then lessons are taken away from him.

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We learned through Tunis I number 23, or loss penalty, Allah says, Yeah, human ness, innumerable Yocum, Allah and physical, or people your injustice is against yourselves. It's against yourselves. Therefore, a person must try his best to avoid bully to avoid injustice.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala says, What Oh, phobia.

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They learn and fulfill the covenant of Allah, meaning and Allah has also commanded you to do this, that you must fulfill the covenant of Allah either or Hutton, when you have made a promise,

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what does it mean by this? Meaning when you take oaths, when you make promises In the name of Allah by using his name, what should you do then

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fulfill those promises if you make a promising by Allah I will do this then what does it mean you should do it

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why not and could and do not break and a man be

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done from newsletters noon cardboard and nuts is to untie a knot after dyeing it and from this, it is used for breaking a promise.

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Similarly, the word knocked is also used for on time, or untwisting a rope or breaking a necklace. So while out and cuddle A man and a man is the plural of you mean

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both do not break the odds do not break the covenants bother after Toki D has its conformation, though key ternary veterus. While gaff done,

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and we can add is basically a rope with which a cow is tied when it's being milked.

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We can add is a rope with which a cow has died when it's been milked. Because if you don't die, it's gonna go away.

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So from this though key is to make something firm to make something strong to emphasize to affirm to confirm something.

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So after you have confirmed your odds, do not break them.

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How does a person confirm his odds? By using the name of Allah? Like for example, a person says, I swear he's making a note. I swear that I will do this and I will do that. But then he says I swear by Allah.

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So when he uses the name of Allah subhanaw taala when he makes a law a witness, he is making that promise that oath firm. He's confirming it. This is why people swear Oh, it's to show that they're definitely going to fulfill it.

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What are the Geraldo when in fact you had made a law Allah RNA come upon Yuka feelin a witness

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the free list on the roof mattress, cafe alum. And caffeine is basically a person who guarantees a person who assures the other house. Like for example, if two people are making a contract, two people are making it promise.

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Now, one person who is taking the loan, and the other is giving the loan, the person who is taking the loan, he needs to somehow make the other person believe that he is going to return the money to him. Think about it. If you're borrowing something from another person, you have to make him believe somehow that you're going to return that money to him. Right? You made the contract you signed the contract, but still you need something.

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So what do you do, you bring a third person and the third person comes and he says, Okay, I guarantee that this person is going to give the money to you. And if he doesn't, I will give the money.

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Even today, for example, if a person is renting a particular place, and if his income is not as sufficient, then he needs someone to become a guarantor for him to say that he would ensure that this person gives a rent and if he doesn't, I will take the responsibility of giving the rent so that you don't suffer any loss. So this is a wake up lists. So Allah subhanaw taala says that don't break your Amen, when you have confirmed them. And you have made a loss of penalty as a guarantee over those Amen. How did you make a loss of penalty acre feet over those oats?

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By swearing by, by taking his name by making him a witness in the La Jolla Alamo metaphor known Indeed Allah knows whatever you were doing.

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So we see in this ayah the emphasis of fulfilling promises, fulfilling contracts, especially those in which a person has worn by Allah soprano.

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And also we see the emphasis on fulfilling promises that are made with because o fo, B, ideally, fulfill the promise that you have made with Allah or In the name of Allah.

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Now it happens that sometimes a person does something wrong, he feels bad and he makes a promise, okay, I'll never do it again. And he makes this promise with Allah subhanaw taala. So what does Allah say no, fulfill it, fulfill that promise? Even if nobody else knows about it, alone knows. Allah knows what you're doing the end of the ayah what is the loss of parents are to say in the law higher level, not the final

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and similarly,

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When a person is making a promise with other people and he's swearing by the name of Allah He must fulfill because he's using the name of Allah

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interfaith hi number 10 we learn from a Nikita for indemand qu l NFC woman opha bemaraha de la Ilaha for say UT, or Lima. So he who breaks his word only breaks it to the detriment of himself. A person who goes against his promise Who is he harming himself and he who fulfilled that which He has promised Allah, Allah will give him a great reward. Similarly, elsewhere in the Quran as well we learned will be our delay Oh, that was sock and behaved during the Gupta crew.

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fulfill the promises that you have made with Allah.

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You see, the thing is that while a person is alive, he comes across many people. People are social, and people are dependent on one another. It's not possible that you live your life without making any promise with anyone. No matter how much you try to avoid making promises some way or the other you will come across situations where you have to make a promise. You cannot live your life in isolation. You have to socialize with people, you are dependent on people. So in that case, Allah is giving us an advice that we must fulfill the promise.

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While at the kulu and do not be like the one who karate like she who Nepal that was let her

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do not be like the woman who untwisted her spun thread. Nakata. Again, noon cough got to untwist to unravel. And the word of Oslo lane xylem is used for a yarn,

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a thread that has been spun.

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When you think of a thread, what do you think of the thread that is on your clothes? Where do threads come from?

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Does it grow on trees? No, you have to make thread yourself how, with fibers, there is a particular machine that you have to use in order to spin the thread.

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Let me give you an example. This will make it very simple for you. There was a cartoon, a fairy tale in which there's a witch she spins the thread on Sleeping Beauty Exactly. Remember, you remember now That woman is going around with the machine and she has wool and she's spinning the thread. That's how you make thread that you have a lot of wool. And you have this machine in which you keep pulling the wool and you keep spinning it and what happens. All those fibers, they get connected together into a yarn into a thread. Thread does not grow on trees. Okay.

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So this is what the puzzle is. And remember, it takes a lot of time and effort to make this thread.

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Now you have machines perhaps with pedals, or perhaps automatic machines in which you don't have to do anything. You just turn the button on and it's working itself. But before women would sit for hours and hours to make their threat.

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So Allah subhanaw taala saying that don't be like that woman who untwisted her spun thread mimbar dico, within after firmness, and Catherine into shreds. And Cass is the plural of next. And next is fiber. Basically it is to break something into small pieces. It's also used for breaking promises.

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So next is fibers that are undone and broken. Why? So that they should be spun again into a thread. Just imagine you have a thread and it hasn't been made properly.

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You feel it's not right. So what do you do you break it open again, you turn it into fibers again, and you connect those fibers again, to make a thread again.

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It is said that there was a woman in Makkah, she was foolish. And she used to spend a lot of time spinning her thread. And then she would undo the whole thing again.

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Because she was mentally unstable, this is what she would do.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is giving us an example over here, that once you have made a promise, you've put in so much effort. Think about it signing contracts is not that easy. For example, marriage is also a contract, you have to have a wedding contract, you have to have the person who is doing the niqab, you have to have the witnesses present, you have to announce the Nikkor you have to have the walima there's so much involved in getting two people married. You've put in so much effort. What is the last panel data say now don't undo that thread that you have spoken with so much effort. Don't break the contract that you have consolidated that you have made after so much effort.

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Like for example, sometimes people if they want to have a business with someone, they will research they will go here they will go there eventually they will decide okay, this person, I want to do business with them. They make a contract and after some time they like okay I've changed my mind. So this has led to

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Akala t Nikola Tesla have embodied COVID and angkasa. Don't be like such a woman

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that you all take you all make a man accom your de hallen Vina calm as an excuse between you all.

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The holen is from the reflector is Dan Hall lab, at de Haan is that which entries into something. And it does not belong to it. It does not belong there.

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Like for example, you enter into a house, which is not your house, you weren't invited over there as a guest, you weren't invited over there to do some work, you just enter into that house. This is what you're interfering someone's privacy. So the whole is to interfere, that which enters into something, and it does not really belong there.

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And in particular, it is used for something that enters into another for the purpose of facade. Why would a person going to somebody else without permission without being invited? Just to see how the layout is? Would anybody do that?

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If somebody breaks your window, comes into your house, and they're caught. So I just wanted to see how you had set up your house.

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Does that make sense? It hasn't. Anybody who enters like this has not come for a good reason. They have come for the purpose of facade.

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So from this the word the hall is used for disorder,

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for deception, for treachery, for trickery. So basically, its facade.

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So are you making your own art, for the purpose of the Hulk bainer come between you, meaning as a means of cheating one another, as a means of deceiving one another.

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Sometimes people swear or twice, just so that the other believes him.

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He doesn't really mean it.

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He's not honest about it. His heart has not settled on it. He's just wearing that oath, he's just signed that contract. Why? To make the other person believe him.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is questioning us that they don't have a modicum the Holland dynaco would you make them as a means of deceit amongst you to deceive one another, to cheat one another, under qunar, that it is omitted a community meaning a group, here it is owlbear more plentiful men or mutton than a people

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the word or buys from the newsletters are all about, well, from the word deliver, what is rebounding, growth to increase.

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So owlbear a file of lean owlbear is more increased. That which is more in number that which is more in wealth.

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So what's the reason behind you're breaking your odds?

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Is it because one group is more in number than the other.

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And if you make your contract with them, instead, you will get more benefit. Basically, we see that the machine, the tribes, they would make affiliations with one another. Because in Arabia, you couldn't just survive as a lone tribe, you had to have alliances with one another.

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So if for example, one tribe, they made alliances with another tribe,

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this was a means of strength. Now, let's say they made an alliance with one tribe, but they found out that there is another tribe with whom they can make alliances. And because you're more people, how difficult is it to say so panela? Who will be handling? It's not difficult at all. And if you keep the meaning in mind, and if you do it at these times are these situations, when things are changing, when circumstances are demanding to do what happens? A person goes, he signs a contract somewhere, he makes a contract. He says that I will take your services that is alive from who from the one who is dead. And hey,

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and this is under and then what happens he sees more benefits somewhere else. What does he do? Is Brexit goes there. Now you have caused harm to the other.

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You said that you were going to be in business with them for the next two years. And after one month, you dissolve the contract. You say forget about it. I don't want to do it anymore, or you just walk away. You never even say anything to them. Just because you find more benefit over there. Unless the parents are listening. Don't do this. Don't do this because when you do it, you're causing loss to one another. You're causing harm to each other.

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In number indeed not but you have a new como la hubbie. Allah is testing you through this. A lot of tests you through this how that you make a contract with someone, you make an alliance with someone and then when

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happens after some time you find more benefits somewhere else. This is a test. And you see this happen so much in this domain these days, you go by one plan.

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And what happens? Another company calls you, they offer you another plan for a better price, forcing you to dissolve the contract that you have made. This is a test that are you satisfied with whatever that you have taken, whatever that you have settled with? Are you content with it or not? Because if you think about it, the options in dystonia, sometimes they're unlimited. If you're doing your research, if you're figuring out what phone plan should I take? What package should I take? Sometimes the options are unlimited, and sometimes they're so confusing. So whatever that you have agreed to whatever that you have made a contract, whenever you have made a contract, just stick to

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it. Be content with it, this is a part of gratitude. And if you are not satisfied with it, and you break that contract, you go against the terms and conditions, just because you want more benefit, then you're failing the test. Because remember that in America lucam Allahu

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Allah tests you through it.

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What are you begin? And surely he will definitely explain clearly lakum for you, yarmulke Mati on the Day of Judgment, my quantum field of telephone, what you used to differ in, he will clarify to you on the day of gentlemen.

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Now, does this mean that if you have made a promise with someone, if you've made a contract with someone, you're never ever allowed to dissolve that?

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Die, for example, if a person has made a marriage contract, he's never allowed to divorce? That's not the case. You see, what is being mentioned over here is that once you've made a contract, once you've made a promise, stick to it.

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stick to it, because a lot of effort has been put in.

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And if you think that it is necessary to break that contract, then do so with justice. do so with your son do so openly and properly, without violating the terms and conditions?

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Because many times when people do finish a contract, when they do dissolve a contract, how do they do it? Within justice, many times as their business partners or working together, who have put all of their investments together, what happens? One person takes all the money, another person puts everything on his name. Two people, they invested their money in a house, they had made a promise that both of them were going to benefit from its profit. They had a fight. They go against the terms and conditions one goes and he takes everything for himself. This is what has been forbidden over here. That if you've made a promise, first of all, stick to it. If you feel there's a necessary need

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in order to resolve it, then do it properly without going against the terms and conditions.

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When OSHA Allah who and if Allah willed, Ludhiana come omata wahida, surely he would have made you into one nation, meaning there would be no differences amongst you, he would have made you into on people when I can, but you lilu he causes to stray manjusha whomever He wills, we are the militia and he guides whomever He wills while at the aluna Quantum term alone, and he will definitely be questioned about what you used to do.

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If you think about it, this test of what plan should I take? What service should I sign up for? Why do you have so many options because of all the differences that are there? One is offering one plan another is offering another plan another is offering another service? And because of this variety, you are in confusion, what should you go for?

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So Allah subhanaw taala saying over here that if he wanted, he could have just given you one option, everybody would be one people, no differences amongst people.

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Because remember, the context of these is that the Arabs, they would make alliances with one another. You would not even need to make such alliances. There would be no need to make contracts. But he has kept these differences at various levels. Why? To test you. And on the Day of Judgment, you'll be questioned about what you have done. And while you're alive, there are people who conduct themselves properly, who fulfill their work and there are others who go against them with lacking illumination. Why are they Manisha?

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Well not that doesn't need a man to come and do not make your Iman the holen as a means of deceit. barina come between you.

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The Helen again is what a means of deceiving one another tricking one another causing disorder.

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So don't swear or just to deceive

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one another.

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I find people they will swear or to make the other person believe in them. Once they believe them, they will go and do whatever they want. They will say buy a lot tomorrow I will deliver this thing to your house. You give me the check today. You give them the check tomorrow, nothing shows up. They are nothing shows up. So he used the name of Allah to deceive you. Allah says well at the Hebrew a man accom dalam binaca do not take your oath as a means of deceit between you. Why? Because when you deceive one another like this by swearing odds, you lead other people astray. Fuzzy Zilla lest it will slip does 11 newsletter xylem Lam Xlm Xlm is to slip to stumble,

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what will slip other one foot bar disability after its firmness. So both is when something becomes firm and stable somewhere

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whose foot is going to slip after it has become firm?

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The person who has been deceived the person who has been mistreated.

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Like for example, if someone tells you, you give me the check today, I will deliver your thing tomorrow to your house and it never shows up. The money is gone. And you have never received the item that you purchased. What is that going to do?

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It's going to make you doubtful for the rest of your life. You will never ever be able to trust anyone.

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It happens with people. You see sometimes people are so doubtful, so skeptical. They never trust anyone Why? What do they say? I had a bad experience.

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So don't do this. Because someone will lose their confidence. They're going to be shattered for the rest of their lives, they will not be able to trust anyone.

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Similarly, we see that for example, a girl who gets engaged to someone just engagement. And for no reason for no genuine reason the engagement was broken from the other side. What happens? The family cannot trust anyone.

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The other day somebody was mentioning to me how their daughter, her engagement was broken just a few days before she was supposed to get married. And now they have become so skeptical. so fearful of everybody. Everyone who sends a proposal they don't know who to trust who not to trust because of the way that the other family deceives them

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for the Zilla, common Bertha Buddha.

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Second Edition this cousin refers to the person who is inclined to Islam, the person who is inclined to believe who is at the verge of accepting Islam. Imagine you make a promise with him. A Muslim with a hijab or a Muslim with a beard, a person with a Muslim name. They make a promise to him, and they don't fulfill it. Where are they going to think? I don't want to be like this person who does not fulfill His promises. I don't think this religion is any good.

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So a person who was so close to accepting Islam, what are you doing? By you're deceiving them? You are causing their foot to slip? What to do or Sue and you will face the evil meaning punishment in the dunya and in the hereafter. Why be mad for that tomorrow and sybilla because you stop people from the way of Allah. Wa kamadeva Aleem and for you will be a great punishment. We see that people many times Muslims, when they interact with others, they use the name of Allah soprano. They will swear by Allah and when they break their promises when they go against them. What happens the other people don't trust them anymore. We don't like their religion in which people don't even honor the

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name of their God. He swore by a law

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and he broke his promise.

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While at the end, do not barter do not purchase do not exchange Veera delay, the covenant of Allah seminar mcaleenan for a small price.

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If you break a promise that you've made in the name of Allah, what will you get? some benefit some worldly benefit in a seminar Allah, Allah forbids us from doing that. Do not exchange the promise of Allah for a small price. Why?

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Because in America in the law, he who will hide a lock on that which is with Allah is much better for you. Meaning the Hillel is much better what he gives you in the dunya through halal means that is much better. The reward that Allah has kept for you in the hereafter for your Southern is much better in content Dynamo if you only know.

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Remember, this is a Maki sola. So we see in this ayah good morals are being mentioned. Because this is what everyone needs to develop in themselves, honesty, fulfilling promises fulfilling commitments, because if a person does not do that, then he is turning people away from the religion of Allah subhanaw taala.

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That's basically the recitation of these verses.

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subchronic Allahu mobi handicar the Chateau de la ilaha illa. anta Luca assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

An-Nahl 80-95 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 85-95

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