Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 15 – L145C

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The use of the Quran in various clothing stores is discussed, including the use of mirror to prevent others from being seen. The transcript also touches on the issue of the media's coverage of Islam and the importance of removing bias in one's mind and body. The segment emphasizes the need to be aware of one's intentions and not just listen to what is said. The creation of Islam is praised, but the creator warns of potential consequences of not staying in La kalila. The segment also touches on the upcoming fall and return of gods.
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and when you recite the Quran, meaning your profits are medicinal every time that you recite the Quran, Jana binaca, we place we make we set between you, webinar Latina and between those people who

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which people lay amenable, who do not believe in the hereafter.

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So every time you recite the Quran, we place between you and between those people who do not believe in the hereafter. What do we place between YouTube hijab and a partition, that is mistura that is hidden, that is concealed, that is invisible?

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It's not a tangible partition, it's an intangible partition. It's an invisible partition.

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hijab is from the roof veterans have gene.

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And what is a hijab? A covering

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a hijab is basically a barrier between two things.

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It's a barrier between two things that prevents people on either side from seeing one another. Or it prevents people from going through that barrier.

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Like for example, you know, sometimes you go to a wedding, and right at the door, there's a big barrier, what's the point of that barrier, that people who are outside are not able to see inside and people who are inside are not able to see outside? So it's a means of hiding the one who is beyond the barrier, what is the church was that the hijab that a woman wears because the word hijab was also used for the head covering. So that should also be such that completely covers her hair,

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you understand? So, what does it mean it should not be see through

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Okay, it should not be see through because hijab, it defeats the purpose of it see through, so, we all need to make sure that our hijab that we wear should not be suitable because sometimes what happens is that the ears are showing because sometimes people do wear a band underneath, but still the ears are showing or the neck is shown. So we have been very particular because hijab in itself linguistically is what something through which you cannot see, okay. So, make sure about this. And secondly, it also prevents you from going through.

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So, for example, if there is a hijab, and if I try to go through it and touch you, I can't do that, if I try to take something through the hijab, I will not be able to do that. So, similarly, when a woman is wearing the hijab, if a person wants to see her, he will not be able to why because the hijab is preventing that

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it is protecting her.

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So, there is a hijab that is between you two that is Mr. Mustard is on the roof ever seen Tara and set is to cover it is to hide notice is not seen for that is Sephora SL three and what is that stories and Sephora is to draw lines, this is set and set is to cover to hide

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and from this is the set of the body that must be covered right certain parts of the body that must be covered There are so between you two there is a partition that is invisible. That is must to absorb. You cannot see it they cannot see it. It's an invisible barrier. And mustard has also been understood as sensitive, meaning one that hides you from them.

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There comes a veil between you two that hides you from alladhina larrieu manana Bella Hello.

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So they're unable to see you even.

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So, this ayah has basically been understood in two ways. That every time you recite the Quran, we place a barrier between you and those people who don't believe. So what happens? they're unable to see you. they're unable to harm you.

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This is the first meaning we wanted a second meaning after some explanation of this first point.

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We learned that a small bit of the back of Who was she

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the daughter of Abu Bakar

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she said that when the I add that Betty had a really heavy water, my honor and woman who woman Casa Surat lahug when was revealed about Abu lahab as well as his wife. It has been informed very clearly that there is going to be severe punishment for both of them.

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So when these ayat were revealed, the one eyed woman meaning home Jamil, who was she the wife of a Buddha

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She came with a stone in her hand, and she was screaming. She was very upset. She was furious that she was yelling, that what was sent to us is someone blameworthy, meaning this man is blameworthy, or we reject somebody blameworthy. We reject Him. And He is not someone who was worth accepting at all.

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We shun his religion, and disobey whatever he commands. So she was very upset. She was furious. She was saying these words of forgery, and she was disrespecting the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and outright denying him and his message. So she was going about what this rock and the prophets of Allah said, and he was sitting with a bucket of dirt on him by his side. Both of them were sitting

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and Abubakar Alden iron who said that this woman has come and I am afraid she will see you. And if she sees you, she is going to try to hit you with this rock. Because imagine how daring she was and how courageous she was, how bold she was, How arrogant she was, she's going about spreading venom against the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and she has a huge rock to throw at any point. So workers that are no God frightened.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in the highlands, she can never see me. She won't be able to see me and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam then recited the Quran, through which he was protected from her.

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Because over here, it is mentioned what you cannot do. When you recite the Quran, then there is a partition between you and such people. So she approached Obama during him, and she said, Oh, Abu Bakar I have heard that your companion is publicly criticizing me now. Abu Bakr said no by the Lord of this house, meaning karma, he is not publicly criticizing you. Then she went to a saying the Quraysh know that I am the daughter of their master, meaning if I do anything to him, and nobody's going to dare say anything to me, so I can do whatever I want to Muhammad Sallallahu Salah, now Isabella, so she came to physically abused the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But when the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam recited the Quran, she was unable to see him. Although he was sitting right there, she was unable to see you. There is another incident as well, in which we learned that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was migrating from Mecca Medina on the night of hijra when he was going to leave his house from Makkah. The Quraysh had also surrounded his house because they were waiting for him to come out. So as soon as he comes out, all of them will attack at him simultaneously and finishing. So the prophets Allah Allah said, when he left the house when he came out of the house, he recited surah TSN. And number nine, what's your name in benei IDM said then woman helping him

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said done for O'Shea now, for whom lab zero. And we have put before them a barrier and behind them a barrier and covered them, so they do not see and thus no one saw him.

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So what do we learn from these two incidents? that a person who recites the port on a person who is trying to spread the word of Allah subhanaw taala, that he is under the protection of a lot of law protects him. Allah keeps him safe and secure from his enemies.

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It happens many times, that sometimes, you know the enemy is coming, or the person is trying to inflict some harm upon you. And they just don't notice you over there.

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Or they don't just notice an obvious sign an obvious thing, they just miss a very big detail, and they're unable to do any harm to you. This is not a coincidence. This is a gift from Allah, that Allah is protecting his servant.

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Secondly, this hijab and mistura has also been understood as an invisible veil that is placed between you and them, which prevents them from understanding and accepting the message that you are reciting the Quran. They can hear it, people can hear it, but there is a hijab there is an invisible barrier that prevents them from accepting that prevents them from understanding their hearts become completely incapable of understanding the crime of a mosque.

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So, what do we learn from this, that those people who do not believe there is a barrier between them and the one who recites supply and when there is a barrier, then nothing can be heard, nothing can be seen. So even if they can hear the Quran, they cannot listen to it. Even if they hear they cannot understand.

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We learn in the Quran in Niger and they're allowed to be in a kindergarten and you have to who we are then him walk

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into the room Elon houda, failing to do even better

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Indeed, we have placed over their hearts

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coverings less they understand it and in their ears, deafness, and if you invite them to guidance, they will never be guided. What you're not allowed kulu became a kindergarten and we have placed over their hearts coverings. Akina is a plural of can or kin. How will you write that calf noon with a shutter on the moon? And what is it a covering a shelter, a nest, something that encloses the other within itself. So we have placed upon their hearts coverings, such coverings that enclose their hearts that cover their hearts.

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Like for example, if you have a phone and you put it in a cover, that cover completely encloses the phone, it covers the phone, it protects it.

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Which is why if there's any water, it will prevent the water from reaching the phone. If the phone falls, it will protect it from getting any impact on it.

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So this is what Akane is. Now these Akina they cover their hearts. And because of these coverings, they're unable to any of that they understand they're unable to understand the Quran. they're unable to understand it in its true meaning wealthier than him and in their ears. His work on deafness. Welcome literally is heaviness such a weight or plug or deafness that restricts that prevents a person from hearing clearly.

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That prevents a person from hearing clearly. So what is something like deafness, it's not actual deafness, but like deafness, weak hearing, or what prevents a person from hearing clearly.

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So in their ears is a deafness, which is why they're unable to understand what they hear what he they're the quarterback, and when you mention your Lord, filter and in the Quran, meaning when you owe profits or losses and and recite the Quran, and in those ayat is mentioned the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala. What are the quarterback the decree of Allah subhanaw taala means his oneness.

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What the Who, only him? Well, no, they turn away Allah advanta him on their backs, no folder in a version.

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They don't want to hear even the moment you mentioned the oneness of Allah, they just leave from there. They just go away from there, they cannot bear to hear that God is one, they cannot tolerate that fact. So they're so averse to the heat.

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We see that when a person when he does not wish to listen to something,

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then Allah also does not let him listen, he does not make him listen, he does not give him the trophy to do so.

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Whereas the fact is that the words of the Quran, they can be very effective. They can affect a person's heart and completely change him. But if a person does not even want to listen, then he is deprived of listening. And listening is the easiest thing to do. It's the most easy thing to do. You don't have to put in any effort whatsoever.

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And we see that the main reason behind their stubbornness. The main reason why they don't want to listen to the Quran is because in the Quran is mentioned what they don't like.

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What is it that they don't like? The machine of Mecca, the oneness of Allah, which is why the moment it is mentioned, they get turned off. They don't listen anymore.

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Now, many times it happens with other people as well, that there are certain things that they don't like, for example, they don't like to hear that they should respect their parents. And the moment they hear in the Quran will be valid any aksana they just turn their ears off. See, I don't want to hear this. I don't agree with this. I don't listen to this. And that's it. They switch off over there. They don't continue listening. When a person switches off like this, tell me how can they understand? How can they accept, at least Open your ears, at least open your heart and Allah will give you the feed.

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Because if you listen to something with a bias, then no matter what it is, you will not be able to accept it. You have to remove the bias from your heart and mind. Only then you can benefit

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the machine of Makkah What was your bias there? Hey, we can accept this. And the moment it was mentioned, that's it, they would get switched off.

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In Surah azumah I number 45 we learn what either Loki Allahu Allahu kuruva Latina Now you may know.

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And when Allah is mentioned along the hearts of those people who do not believe in the Hereafter, they shrink with a version. They shrink with a version they don't want to hear at all. Allah subhanaw taala says no RLM

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We are most knowing we know very well be my SME owner because of what they listen attentively. B to A.

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We are more snowing of how they listen to it, why they are listening to the so be my SME oh no biggie. Does it mean the reason why they're listening to the Quran? We know what is their intention, what they are looking for when they're listening to the

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because there are many people who listen to the Quran, one person listens to gain guidance, another person listens to that he can find something that proves his belief that supports his opinion. Another person listens to find faults and other person listens. So that he can find something that he can walk at.

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So each person listens with a different intention.

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Allah subhanaw taala says we are most knowing with what intention these people are listening to the Quran so attentively for what are they looking for in the Quran we know very well.

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You might not know. But Allah knows the SME una alayka when they listen attentively to you, meaning when the profits or losses would be reciting the Quran.

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What is and when meaning and we also know very well, when whom they are najwa ones in private conversation when they are conversing privately. We have done this word Naja earlier as well. It's under root letters, noon g well, and the word najwa is understood as a Muslim, which is a private conversation. And it's also understood as a plural of the word Najib

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and Maggie is one who is privately conversing with someone. So najwa ones who are in private conversation or

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in private conversation.

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So when they are privately conversing adea coolala Moon when the wrongdoer say in Pattabhi, Runa, you are not following a law except Rajan, a man who is Mr. Trudeau, who is affected by magic who is bewitched.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says, I know very well with what intention, these people are listening to the Quran, that they're listening so that later on they can go and Mark, because sometimes when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite the Quran, they would listen. Why? Because the reservation is very captivating. It's very captivating. You continue listening, especially if you know the Arabic, it's very moving.

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It's only natural that you'll be attracted to the sound. You know, sometimes you go somewhere, somebody is talking, there is a speech going on, or somebody's watching the TV or listening to the news. And a person is speaking in such a way that naturally you were pulled towards, even if you're not interested, even if you hate watching TV, but just because somebody else is watching you see one glance and you're like, Oh my god, what's going on? It's only natural, you're naturally pulled towards something like that.

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For similarly the Michigan of Makkah when they would hear the Quran, the Quran was so captivating, they would be pulled towards listening to it. However, when they would be listening constantly in their hearts will be thinking, This is what he's saying, okay, I can make a nice joke out of this, I can deny him with this. I can reject him with this, I can refute him with this constantly in their minds, they would be planning such things. So Allah says, I know very well with what intention these people are listening.

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And I know very well, what they discuss amongst themselves in their private conversation, because the machine of Makkah in the private conversations, what would they do? They would discuss as to how they could refute the profits.

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Sometimes they would say, okay, spread amongst the people that he is a magician. Other times they would say spread amongst the people that he is a sorcerer. He is something is that. So in fact, the Buna Ilayaraja missoura. This is also what they said amongst themselves that say to the believers that you're only following except a man who is affected by magic.

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Massoud is someone on whom sacred has been done. And otherwise the word Massoud is also used for someone whose mind has been overcome.

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Because a person who is under the effect of magic cannot use his mind properly.

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Omar Allah says look, can you forgot about how the strike laka for you? I'm sad the comparisons and I'm sad is a Florida of

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myself meaning example, or missile meaning similarity. One who resembles the other

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Over here I'm Silas. similarities, comparisons, how they strike comparisons for you that they call you Raja Masood, or they call you a sheriff. Or they call you aka him.

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Look what kind of titles they're giving you for the loo. So they have gone astray. How? By calling you, Roger Thomas, who, by calling you aka hint by calling you a shy, they have strayed, they have gone off track, they have lost their way. And once they have lost their way, Phil is thoroughness Avila that they will be unable to find a way they will not be able to find a way to guidance.

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We see the machine of Makkah, sometimes they would say he's a charade. Other times they would say he's a saccade. Or he is a car him.

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And by saying all of these statements, what were they doing, they were only leading themselves astray.

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Believing in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was much easier than this believing in him.

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Because his truthfulness was so evident.

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And to call him a liar, to call him a magician, you'd have to come up with something so complicated and confusing. You understand?

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Sometimes, people or things are very obvious as to what they really are. But a person who doesn't want to accept what does he do? He comes up with a vague explanation and a complicated story.

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That this person has this mission. And he came from there. And this is what their goal is, is what their agenda is. This is their hidden agenda. This is what they're trying to accomplish.

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Like, for example, just recently, what has been going on with regards to hijab with regard to niqab isn't as simple to accept that a woman is covering her face out of modesty. Isn't it simple? And if you say no, she's being oppressed? No, she's going to be hidden behind the veil forever. No, she won't be able to express herself. That's much more complicated.

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Accepting the truth as it is, is much more easy. And if you don't want to accept it, you come up with a weird explanation, you're only wasting your time. And when a person does that, he is only going a straight forward loop. They're only increasing in their misguidance. And when they go this way, Phil is still there on a civilian and they will never find a way they will be unable to come back. And then when she came, what would they do? They would contradict themselves in their denial of the profit sort of.

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Sometimes it was a charade. Other times they would say, No, no, no, he's a Sahil. So like this, they were contradicting themselves, they themselves were in a state of confusion. And in this confusion, Balu fan is still to Your Honor, subida.

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The thing is, that when a person has jealousy in his heart, when a person has envy in his heart for the other,

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when a person does not like something or someone that he cannot accept it, then when he opposes that person or that thing, he does not even use his mind anymore. He does not use his rationale anymore.

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Some people before they speak, they think, and other people before they speak, they don't think they just say whatever comes to their mind.

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And especially when a person is being driven by emotion, then what happens? He does not think at all, he does not even make sense in what he is saying.

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You cannot get what exactly that person is trying to say. Because he has been driven by emotion by rage, by envy by personal grudges. And a person who is using their mind. A person who is thinking, whatever they speak, it makes sense. Wherever they speak, is the truth.

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So the mosquito marker in their envy in their hatred. They weren't even using their mind for the fun is not the owner Sabina

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will call and they say and this was an objection that the people of Makkah head against the Prophet sallallahu wasallam against the teachings of the Quran, that will call you either is when Ghana we have become a lawman boons what will fatten and crumbled particles, when we have turned into bones and particles, crushed bits.

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alarm is the plural of Azzam and our Loomis bone and raafat is from the root veterus raw fat and raafat is used for the crushed bits of something.

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But in particular, it is used for a decade corpse whose only crushed bits remain like just imagine

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There's a creature, you know, an animal that died, was buried in the ground, all of the flesh was consumed. Now there's only bones left. But even those bones only fragments have been left. This is what the fact is.

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That crushed bits mortal remains rotten, decayed, powdered bits of a creature that was once upon a time alive.

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So when we have turned into bones, and we have turned into crumbled bits in our vessel that are described, referred to as robell, meaning dust that has been blown away by the wind, because just imagine when something has dry, to the point that when a creature has died, and the corpse has dried to the point that only bones remain, that even those bones, what happens to them, they get crushed. And they're pieces, they spread everywhere. And eventually they lose their weight as well. And if there is a very violent winter going to be picked up by the wind and blown everywhere.

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So when we have turned into bonds, and our bonds have also disintegrated, when our bonds have also turned into fragments, and they have been spread everywhere.

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In lm a Verizon are indeed we going to be resurrected? halkan into a creation that is God then that is new.

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This was their denial. This was their rejection. That How is it ever possible when our bodies have been completely disintegrated? How can we ever be brought back into a new creation? How can we be resurrected? How can this happen?

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in Surat? yacine number 78. The machine would say Allah men you're here a llama we're here amin, he says who will give life to bones while they're disintegrated. How is it possible?

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Allah subhanaw taala response on say to them go no be hedgerows and stones floral of hijab. Oh hadn't or iron

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stones are very hard.

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And Hadid iron is also very hard. Earlier they said when we have turned into bones and dust.

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Allah says okay, become stones or iron bonds and dust very soft.

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They have some element of life of us has turned into stones or iron, stones and iron very tough and they have no element of life whatsoever. If you pour water over dust, eventually what will happen if you put a seed, something will grow.

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But if you pour water over iron, if you pour water over rocks, what's going to happen? Nothing is going to wash away, there is no sign of life, in rocks or in iron. So turn into stones or iron

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or honeycomb can turn into a creation mimma from that which Yakubu fucile do Rico, which is greater in your hearts, meaning turn into a creation that you consider to be far more dead are far more strong, less capable of being brought to life.

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Because if you look at it,

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rocks and iron, there are very tough. So if you know of another creation that is more tough, then rock and iron during into that. Because the more harder it is, the less capable it is of being brought to life.

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The more tough it is, the more dead it is, the more difficult it is to bring it to life. So turn into a creation that is much greater in your * in your heart, which you think to be greater in strength and deadness than rock and I that seems impossible to have any trace of life in it for say a coruna. Soon they will say when they will be defeated in this argument. Then they will say okay, Marina, who can bring us back? Who can restore us who can give us life again? Allah subhanaw taala says tell them old say Allah de Fatah come of Allah, the One who created you the first time he will recreate you. Because recreating something is easier. When you've made something once it's only

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easier for you to do it the next time.

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Only louis farrakhan or Walmart then are they going to accept? No, were they going to do first I usually do that Eli Caruso. Soon they will shake their heads at you. Why? out of denial. Yun wiluna from the roof.

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Known line bought from the word Newbold noon line while by no disaster, and new hope is to move something

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up and down, or vice versa, down up. So in a way, if a person is doing the hold of the head, what is it mean? He's nodding his head up and down.

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So first up Dona la Caruso notice this is not saying no sideways, right to left or left to right. This is what up. And now, when you nod your head, what does that mean? you're agreeing.

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But sometimes, when you deny someone to the point that you begin to mock it, and what do you say? Yeah, right. Then you nod your head.

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So similarly, fussa, yonaguni, alayka roussanne, they would like to say no, they will go on deny, they will go on, mocking at you. They will shake their heads at you, out of mockery, and out of amazement, out of shock that how can you believe in something like that? How can you ever think that something like this is possible?

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This is what they do while you're coluna? And then they say, Mother? Who? When is it going to be? This was one question in which tequila vodka would ask when they were completely defeated? When they would have nothing else to say. Because once they found out the profits, Allison does not know when the Day of Judgment is going to occur. They would always use this to reject Him. So they would say okay, Mata, who, when is it going to be

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full say to them as an akuna kariba, it's possible that it will be near.

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Maybe it's very close. Because whatever is coming, it's near. Once the countdown has begun, it's very close. In total Mirage is six to seven we learned in the home, your owner, who Merida when Allahu cagiva, they seem to be far, but we see to be very close. So in this ayah, the response to the objections of the people of Mecca is mentioned.

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They would say, how is it possible that there will be resurrection? Allah subhanaw taala says, Whatever you become whatever you turn into, no matter what you do to your bodies, to ensure that you cannot be resurrected, whatever you turn into, you will be resurrected.

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They say who can do that? of luck and do that?

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And then what happens? They nod their head seen how sad how can you believe in something like that? Or they begin mocking at you? And then finally, the question that they really love? When is it going to be tell them? It's going to be very near?

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When is it going to be? Yo marucho on the day that he will call you when, at the time of resurrection? How will he call you through the blowing of the trumpet, which is sort of you will perform at the command of a loss of

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yo marucho on the day that he will call you for this the G Boone Abraham D, then you all will respond with his praise. All of you will respond with his hand, meaning all of you will come alive. All of you will be resurrected. Within moments. You think it's difficult for Allah it's not difficult at all, but the study boon to be handy.

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What does it mean by this, that you will respond with his brace behind he has been understood as first of all at his hand at his hand

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and hand then has been understood as his command that at his command, as soon as he commands you will respond.

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Secondly, they said that further study boonah be handy, that you will respond while praising him.

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That the creation when it will be resurrected, what will people say ceramica will be handy,

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that the creation will be praising and glorifying Allah soprano.

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Or Thirdly, this hand can be understood as hand off hand not

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that you will submit to Him immediately what are known and you will think you will be certain in the wisdom that you did not stay in La kalila except a little.

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You will think that you did not stay in the dunya except for a little time or that you did not stay in the grave except for a little time

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in the dunya or secondly, in the grave. Why would you think like this,

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because the Day of Judgment is going to be so tremendous. It's going to be so great. It's going to be so long that you will forget all that you had enjoyed in the dunya or you will forget all that you went through in degree

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because whenever a person experiences something traumatic, something difficult

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makes him think that what he suffered previously was less difficult. It was more insignificant, isn't it? Whenever you're going through a problem, it makes you forget other problems.

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I know of someone who underwent a surgery themselves, and one of their closest relatives was discovered with very serious illness. And basically, the doctors had given up all hope. They had only a few days left.

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And this person, despite the fact they had just had their surgery, they left to see them. Just imagine, when you find out about something that is much more important, that is much more fearful and scary, it makes you forget about other things.

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So similarly, the Day of Judgment once it will begin its horrors it will make people forget the horrors of the grave.

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It will make people forget the horrors and the happiness of the denier.

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Because you cannot compare something that is limited to what is unlimited.

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The dounia is limited and the answer is unlimited. insalata nazjatar. I have 46 we learned a gnomeo my own lumea Basu ihlara she yet on

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the day they see it, it will be as if they had not stayed in this world except an afternoon or a morning.

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So what do we learn in this ayah

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that when the day of judgment will be announced, then what's going to happen?

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People are going to respond immediately. No one's going to say I'm going to come after sometime. No further study buena Biondi and in particular some website that further study boonah behind the heat. This is only with regards to believers, that those who use to glorify Allah in the dunya only they will be able to glorify Allah, when they wake up from the graves.

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The person who used to say Alhamdulillah he led the ohana burden American away in a short while when they woke up, that person is going to be able to say Alhamdulillah when they are woken up from their graves.

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And as for those people who never praised Allah, who did not glorify Allah, what is their state going to be introducing if 52 we learn Fallujah, wadena Mumbai earthen me ma Kadena. They will say a word to us who has raised us up from our sleeping place, who has raised us up from our sleeping place, meaning from our grades.

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We listen to the recitation

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just yesterday I was listening to a story, and it's true. And

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there was a girl and in a neighborhood or * just happened recently. And it was in a Pacific alleyway. And then her mom would come home early because she was so worried about her. So then, one time, she came over late, and she was thinking, if I take the long way home, my mom's gonna be worried. So I'm just gonna take a shocker. So she took a shocker. And then she added, she got so sketchy. So that man was about

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to go see. And he went away immediately. She ran home and she told her mom and the mom called the police, and they interviewed the guy, the * and then the * they asked him how come straight back up, you didn't make this go. And then he said I couldn't keep up because it was too big man beside her Pamela

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I remember seeing this picture on one of my friends phones, basically this Brock that's like on the beach setting. And if you look at the shape of it, it looks like it's someone that's prostrating, like doing such that. And then my other partners were just telling me that there's even a fish that this girl who was she studied neurology, and she saw that there was a fish that had on like shoulder area. Laila had a lot like written on it and when they translated it the scientists or whatever they said that was like an Arabic text that meant that there's no god but a lot but they didn't even take a lesson from that. So just imagine that the creation is doing the Spirit through tile even through

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its physical form even

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it was just what hit me today is the the creation making the speech because like, Can you imagine like as people like we only thought that we are the only creation that that speak and it's apparently the the Quran tells you everything that

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and this information I never got this from from other religions of course, and it makes me realize that even the the other creation are speaking to Allah and glorifying Allah and when you have this mentality that they are also speaking, felled us upon other than glorifying it, you wouldn't dare smack a mosquito.

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And when you step on the rock, we have different respect for them. Because they are horrifying a lesson.

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We learned earlier that you suddenly have learned to be handy. Even the thunder is horrifying on this printer. Just recently, I think on the weekend, there was a there was a lot of thunder, right? So I was out somewhere and people were like, oh, did you hear the thunder? Did you hear the thunder? Because I was doing the sphere. So I be scared.

Al-Isra 40-60 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 45-52

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