Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 16 – L162D

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Ta-Ha 77-104 Word Analysis and Tafsir 83-94

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I was going to shift on your agenda. smilla Rahmanir Rahim. Women are Angelica and komikko Moosa, a lot of panel data set. And what made you hasten from your people? Almost.

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We learned that the appointment was made. But where are the narco?

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So the appointment was made, and musallam went over there.

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But we see that Masada Salah, he went there, leaving his people behind.

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So when he reached the mountain, Allah subhanaw taala asked him ma jelica or Angelica from truth matters, ranging from the word urgenda. And what does it mean?

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To be hasty to do something before it's due time?

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from the same root as the word or Jana Unruh Jana tone is such food that is eaten before the main course.

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What's that? appetizers? Why? Because when people are waiting for the main course, they're too hungry, right? And they can't wait for the food too, right? So what happens to people at the restaurant, they give you some appetizers just to satisfy you, as it's coming. Okay.

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And from the same root is the word agenda. And the agenda is used for a cart, which is driven by like a bowl. Okay. And from this root is also the word religion. And what isn't originally a calf. Why? Because a calf also has some kind of quickness swiftness in it, it moves quickly, it runs quickly,

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because it's lighter compared to the cows.

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It's smaller, it's lighter, so it's able to move faster compared to the huge cows.

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So America and what has he send you an Omega from your people? yamasa. Now this question actually has two questions in it.

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That first of all, how can you left them behind? How come you came here leaving them behind? And secondly, how come you came early, before the actual time of appointment

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when a las panatela made a covenant with masala cinema 30 nights, after which he added 10 more making it a total of 40 masala Salaam made haste to go to the mountain.

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He went there quickly. He went there before time

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and he left his brother how lunar and Islam behind him as in charge over the Bani Israel.

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So Allah subhanaw taala questioned him that How come you have come so early? Other Mossad is unresponded hula? They are home they are those who will it is the first part of hula

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or her hula.

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hula is actually the plural isn't Mashallah. And then her is added to it, or that it is added to it making it either isn't Machado curry or buried.

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So when will I eat they are either sad upon my tracks, meaning they're close to me. They're just coming on my tracks. They have arrived and settled near the mountain. And what are digital to a lake? And I hasten to you, Rob be oh my lord litella so that you will be happy.

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I came before time, so that you will be pleased with me.

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What is this show to us? That when a person comes on time,

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when a person comes before time? It makes? Who happy? The one who is waiting? The host or the teacher? or whoever, the doctor? And if you arrive even one minute late, even 30 seconds late, then what happens? Doesn't it make them upset? It does.

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This is why come on time.

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Because look at musar listen and what are Gil to La carbidopa. And you see when you love someone, when you love something, you don't have to be told to come on time. You will come early. And there is something that we can see people who love sitting at the front. People who love coming to school you will see them at school even half an hour an hour sometimes before the class actually begins. Why? Because they love what they do.

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So when there is love, then you don't need to be reminded of the rules What are due to LA karate, Lita and this we can apply to everything that we do, whether it is similar or it is you know, doing something important. It is going to meet someone coming to school, anything that we do. If we come early if we come on time, this is definitely something that will make the other pleased and happy.

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Allah Allah subhanaw taala respond

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To musasa for in other fatahna comarca. But indeed we have tried your people we have put them to fitna, mimbar, deca after you meaning after you left them, your people are being tested.

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How? What fitna Is this the fitna off the calf schilke

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will albula him and he has misled them who has misled them a cemetery you cemetery. cemetery is the name of a person from the Bani Israel, who made the calf and who led the Bani Israel astray.

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It is said that his name is Sammy de. Because samedi is Misbah from Samira and somato was the name of one of the tribes of Bani Israel.

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Some of them have a serene they have said that at the time, when the money is right, you left Egypt and entered in the wilderness. There were 600,000 in number.

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You can imagine they're number 600,000.

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And a man by the name of samriddhi. What did he do? He made a calf out of gold.

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And everyone followed him.

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And with the exception of only 12,000 people, only 12,000 people their main formaldehyde. They followed heroin or insulin but everyone else What did they do? They fell in the trap of cemetery

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without interlocking Velcro, if 51 what is where are they now Moosa albarino a Latin so much the hustler agent, I'm embarrassed he was unemployable. And recall when we made an appointment with musasa for 40 nights, and then you took for worship the gaff after him while you were wrong to

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listen and went, and they began worshipping the guff.

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We also learned in total RF I 148. What da da co moves me by the human hooliganism region and Jessa, then the hula.

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And the people of musasa made after his departure from their ornaments, a calf

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after he departed, what did they do? They made a graph from their jewelry and image that had a lowing sound

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for audio, or Mussa economy. So musallam returned to his people when, after the completion of the 14th. After he was given the total, he went back to his people. But what was his state?

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to ban he was extremely furious, very angry, and sci fi. He was also grieved.

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You can imagine he had received a delta.

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If the people had not committed check, he would have been so happy, so excited.

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But look how he came in the state of extreme anger and sadness because of what his people had done.

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He came back locked van out then, is the structure of Fairyland, which is a structure of mobile. Just like the word Joe, we're on. Who is Joe? We're on extremely hungry, auction, extremely thirsty, but I am an extremely merciful, so I'll ban very angry, furious.

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Why was he angry?

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Why was he angry?

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Because of what his people had done, they had committed check.

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What's there to be angry about in that?

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Isn't it their choice.

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They had just been saved by a loss of

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their enemy had been destroyed right before them.

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And for them to commit check was extreme ingratitude, extreme and gratitude. So what ban he was furious because of that. And he was also a seaplane he was also sad. Because just imagine you put in so much effort to save someone, and they're they go back to their old ways. Or they do something that is completely wrong. Just imagine a mother, who has been teaching her child from the very beginning. You're supposed to do this, you're not supposed to do this. And one day, the child has something that she'd never expected How sad she would be and how furious she would be

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a sci fi.

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SF is actually a combination of Herzen. And although

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it's a combination of sadness and anger,

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when out of anger, and feelings of revenge, a person's blood pressure increases. And when such feelings are towards someone who is lesser in rank, who is let's say, younger than you, smaller than you in rank, then it turns into anger and taking revenge.

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But if these feelings are towards someone who is greater than you, perhaps an age or in rank, then what happens? You become sad.

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Because what can you do? You can't correct them, isn't it?

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Just imagine if your parents do something that is incorrect.

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What kind of feelings would you have in your heart

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feelings of anger

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Okay, but you also be sad because you can't force them to do that, which is great,

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isn't it? Whereas if your child does something wrong, you become furious. Then you begin yelling, how dare you do this? I don't allow you to do this. So depending on who these feelings are towards the either turned into anger, or they're turned into sadness over here, SF shows sadness. Why? Because SF is coming with all the band.

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And also because the bunny is trying to we're so many number.

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If Massara Sam also showed anger to them, how would you show it to all of them?

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If you were to punish them? How were he to punish them? He was only one person. There were so many so called vana asifa.

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Allah He said, Yeah, call me all my people. And Amir either kamaboko did your Lord not promise you were then hesitant? A good promise? What's this good promise referring to? Rather than hasn't been? The promise of

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meaning? Didn't you know that I had gone to get the dollar wasn't supposed to be a good promise? Didn't you know about it, rather than hastening the promise that I was going to go and bring the Torah.

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I thought Allah La comala. To did the promise became too long for you.

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Meaning the time of the fulfillment of the promise, it became too long, and you couldn't wear it anymore. So you gave up on me. And this is why you made the scarf and you started worshiping it.

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fly farther from the roof, I just thought well, land pool and pool is the length of something when something is long, and taller Island like a footballer I lay Allah Allah is to delay and defer.

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So that the waiting person, the person who's waiting, he gets frustrated, he gets started waiting, and he gives up. I, for example, if you have somebody to come and pick you up, and they know generally you take about 1015 minutes to come out.

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But they're waiting, and they're waiting, and you don't come up for like half an hour for 45 minutes. How much will they wait after a certain point, they're going to give up? What are they going to do? They're going to leave? Right? So this is what it means by Allah, Allah, when the time of waiting becomes too long, you cannot handle it anymore.

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You get frustrated you give up and you leave. So similarly, he says to them, that effort Allah, Allah will do the term of the promise, which promise that I was going to go and bring the total back. did it become too long for you that you gave up hope that I was ever going to return?

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You understand? Because he went for 30 nights 10 more were increased over there.

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So he said, Did you lose work that I was ever going to return to you?

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Did it seem too long? And that's you have a primary

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outcome or did you intend and your hilar aleikum wa rahmatullah Beco that the punishment the anger of your Lord should descend upon you?

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What were you thinking? Is this what you intended? Is this what you wanted? You wanted the punishment of Allah? What were you thinking? For us left him? Therefore he went against me already? My promise. My covenant? Is this the reason why you broke my promise? What was the promise that they had made with musasa that they were going to worship only a loss of title title because it is mentioned in some narrations that before Mossad Islam left, he appointed one of his enemies in charge, and he also took a promise from the Bani Israel that I am leaving. So you worship only Allah, you remain firm about the straight path.

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So he's questioning them? What happened to you? Why did you go against this promise? Did you not remember the promise? Did you not remember that I had gone for a reason.

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Did the time become too long for you and you gave up hope that I was ever going to return? Or did you really want the punishment of Allah? Why did you do this? ALU they said, Mark Laughner, we did not break more indica, your promise. Meaning the promise that we had made with you that we were going to worship only Allah subhanaw taala while you were away. We did not break it be malkina by our well, being we didn't do it deliberately. mylk is from the veterans named lamb calf and it's used for FDR. What does that mean?

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choice authority.

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When a person has the choice to do what he wants to he has the authority. It's within his ability.

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So they said we didn't do it by our own will. It just happened? We didn't do it deliberately. It just happened.

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Is this an excuse?

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Think about it. Is this an excuse that can be acceptable? No. Can you say Oh, it just has

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No it didn't just happen you decided to do it

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what I can now so they give an excuse but we Hermine now we were made to carry.

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What were we made to carry? Oh zellen burdens min Zenith it'll count from the ornaments of the people.

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We were carrying these ornaments of the people and her Mila, meaning they became too heavy for us to carry anymore.

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Now what does this mean it'll only refer to some of that the digital arm it refers to the jewelry, and all of the gold that the Bani Israel had brought with them from Egypt.

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Perhaps it was their own, perhaps they had borrowed it from the people of their own,

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a low irlam.

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But it seems like they had a lot of gold, a lot of ornaments that they had brought with them from Egypt.

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And these became extremely heavy for them to carry. Because just imagine you pulling a cart, and it's connected with heavy metal pieces, okay. And perhaps they were of gold, or perhaps they were of silver alone. Right?

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similarity similarly, jewelry, or vessels or different things that they have brought with them, but they were very heavy because of all of this gold and silver that was in them.

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So our things became extremely heavy for us to carry. Therefore, we decided to turn all of that into a gap.

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Secondly, they said the digital count it refers to the gold, the jewelry, the ornaments that the people of Iran had brought with them when they were chasing the bunnies.

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And when the people have found drowned, it is said that a lot of their ornaments, they were brought to the shore,

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they were thrown onto the shore. So when they came to the shore, the money Australia, they collected all of it. Obviously, you see gold, when you collected when you pick it up, so they collected all of it.

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So at that time they collected it. But as they went into the desert, it became so difficult for them to carry.

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So it became very difficult for us to carry for others naza, we threw it out of thin air from the rotators of that fat, we threw it meaning we threw all of it into the fire in order to burn it.

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And why did they burn it? Do explanations are given that first of all, somebody told them to

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somebody told them, let's throw all of this gold and silver into fire. Let's melt it and let's make something out of it.

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Now, obviously, it was gold. They weren't going to make just anything out of it. They wanted to make something valuable out of it. And what had they seen the people of her own do all their lives worshipping idols? So they said let's make an idol.

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Secondly, they said the faculty of know how we threw it, why at the command of her own or his center? We threw it into fire in order to burn it at the command of huddle in our data center.

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Why do you think so?

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Because it wasn't their gold. Okay, so therefore, they were supposed to burn it. But why burn it?

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Why not just leave it? Why burn it?

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Okay to change its state so that they could make it into something useful. You see the previous nations whenever they collected war booty, whenever they had to offer something for the sake of a loss?

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What would they have to do?

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They would have to go and burn it. Remember, the war spoiled are only permissible for who for omit Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and before for every nation, whatever wild spores they gained, what would they have to do? They would have to collect them into one pile and set it on fire. Similarly, if they had to offer a sacrifice for Allah subhanaw taala What do we do we go slaughter an animal distribute the meat amongst the poor, amongst relatives, etc. Right. But the people before they would have to slaughter and leave it and then if it was accepted, a fire would come down from the sky, burning it.

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So the gold, the jewelry, the ornaments of the people of Iran that they had picked up from the shore, what were they? They were like war booty in a way. Right? They were like booty because their enemy had been destroyed. So it wasn't helpful for them. So when Haruna Hassan learned that they had collected all of it, he commanded them, pile it up and burn it

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because it's not permissible for you. So they say * off NASA, we threw it FACA Delica and thus likewise a cemetery you samory also through what did he throw his gold as well? What he had collected as well for $100 home, but then when all of that was melting, somebody had an idea.

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And what did he do? He extracted for them meaning for the bunny is for either a calf jack

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Hadn't that had a body

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meaning he made a body of a calf a golden body, a statue. And this statue was such that level while it produced a sound as well, a moving sound as well. When when the wind blew through it

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for Carlos Oh, they said the Bani Israel amongst them seminary and his followers. They said to the rest of the Bani Israel that had that Allah who come this is your God. See this beautiful golden calf that we have made? This is your God, what Allahu Musa and also the God of Musa. This is actually your God and the God of Moosa fantasy, but he forgot. What does it mean by this? Heather? ilaha illa homosassa fantasy?

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First of all, it means that the sense this is your God and also the God of Musa but nesea, meaning Musa forgot

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what it was RS and I'm forget to tell you that this is the real God.

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Can you imagine?

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Can you imagine that the God who saved you who took you out of Egypt, masala Islam forgot about him.

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And he forgot to tell you that this calf is actually your God.

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And he's been telling me that somebody else is your God. Or someone said that what this means is the musar s&m he forgot the way to his Lord. He went for 30 nights. Now it has been 14, he still has not returned. He has forgotten He is God.

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And he forgot his God over here. This is why he's still not back.

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He went in search of his God, and the God is actually here.

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This is why it's been fortunate and Moosa is not back to

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secondly, reset that panacea. Meaning, Simon he said to the people that this is your God and also the God of Moosa, but in reality, Sam really forgot.

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So nesea he forgot, who does he refer to according to the second opinion, Sammy, what did Sam really forget

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his Eman his Islam, he forgot Allah subhanaw taala meaning he left the deen that he was upon.

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For nesea he forgot.

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I find it Your Honor. Allah subhanaw taala questions, did they not see a layer of your relay in Poland? that it does not return to them a word? Meaning if this spoke to him, the calf would not respond to them, he would not give them any answer. While I yummly colome Bhavan. And it does not possess for them any harm, whether nephron nor any benefit. They were very impressed by the moving sound.

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But they did not think What does moving mean to us.

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Think about it.

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If a cow is making noise, you may be very impressed by that noise. But what does that mean to you? Do you understand what it's saying? You have any idea as to what it's saying? No.

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So just because as the air pass through the calf, it produced a sound they were very impressed by Oh my god, it makes sound as well. But it was apparent to us as a fellow, Your Honor. Allow your duranium colon even if it did make a sound What does that sound mean to them? Was it giving them advice? Was it praising them? Was it commanding them? Was it admonishing them? No. They had no idea what that sound meant. had forgotten that such a thing cannot be taken as God in throttle arafa 148 we learn and amiano Anna who later you can limo Well, I have teams of even if the hadoo who can Was it me? Did they not see that it could neither speak to them nor guide them away. They took it for

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worship and they were wrongdoers.

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Similarly, over here in Amsterdam, he also said to his father that he had over the limit our Buddha mela is marijuana, you will see the value of neon kashaya. To the Bani Israel, they didn't use their mind over there. They were just very impressed by the gold and the glitter and the appearance of the calf.

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Similarly, even today, we get fooled by the appearance of things. Many times it happens that people listen to a lecture, somebody who's speaking and they get so impressed by the words he's using by the Arabic terms maybe he's using, they get so carried away by his manner of speech that they forget to see what exactly he is saying.

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And sometimes it's things that are completely against the Quran and Sunnah

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completely against the novella

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things that clearly go against the Akita

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but what happens they get so mesmerized by the speech by the big Arabic beautiful words, that they forget what exactly the messages what exactly he's saying.

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So we need to be very careful that don't get fooled by the appearance, analyze what the other person is saying.

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You know, sometimes

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happens that people from the west who speak very eloquently, sometimes they go to Eastern countries to speak. And just because they're speaking in an American accent or British accent, and they know big English terms, people from such countries, they get so impressed by them. They don't look at what they're teaching what they're saying. They'll just get carried away by that. So we have to be very careful. Don't just fall at the appearance of something, analyze it. If you see constantly we are being told, right? fit our own people followed him without seeing what he was saying. Sadly, when he Israel followed him without seeing what he was saying, they fell in love with the calf

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without analyzing the calf, what exactly it was

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one or the other, whom how lunamon kaaboo. And certainly how long an s&m said to them from before, meaning before musasa and returned to them. While musasa was away, and the people were stringing her along, Sam did warn the people.

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And he said to the people that yokkao me or my people in number 14 to me, you're only being tested by the scuff. Yes, it produces a sound. It's very attractive. It looks very beautiful. But remember, this is a fitna.

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What in Arabic and indeed your real Lord Who is he? A Roman the Most Merciful, therefore effective Irani so follow me will appear with me and obey my command.

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What does it mean by this Follow me,

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meaning do what I am doing.

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I don't believe in worship this graph, you also don't believe in worship this God, I still worship only Allah, you also worship only Allah. So it would be only do what I am doing well to me and follow my command, meaning do what I'm telling you to do.

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I am telling you not to worship this graph, therefore don't worship it.

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Although they said the people responded to heroin or Islam, that level or higher la here Aquafina, we will never cease being devoted to it.

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Lead number one number one the newsletters that are very, very high literally means to leave. And with a negative before the word buddy has, it means to continue to do something.

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Just like we learned in social care have what it musallam say that Larry elder who I will never sees I will never stop. The similarly they said level of hair I lay here I mean, we will never stop being devoted to the staff had their lgi Elena Moosa until Moosa comes back to us. When we say will come, then we will leave the worship of this guy, but until he comes, let us do what we want to do. palaia Haruna musasa when he returned, he said, Yeah, how do you know how? Mama naraka what prevented you either at home Balu when you saw them strange, when you saw them going astray? What prevented you a letter tyranny that you do not follow me?

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Before leaving I gave you certain instructions that you should

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you should reform and you should not follow the way of the move city. So what happened? Why didn't you follow my instructions?

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We learnt insulted out off I 142 that will call a moose Allah He held on a Hulu fluffy call me were asleep, while at the middle of Sydney. And musasa lam said to his brother, hold on, take my place among my people do write and do not follow the way of the corrupters. So I gave you some responsibility. Why didn't you follow? Why didn't you follow my orders of hours later on Monday? Then did you disobey my command?

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So we say that musasa earlier we learned that he addressed the people

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that all my people What happened? Why did you worship the scuff? If you go back if you if this is what we learned that a musasa lamb came back, he was not banned. He was asked if and he asked the people why did you worship the calf, a football or a cooler?

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And then he also spoke to her owner I sell them separately.

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Because her owner Lisa was appointed as the in charge of the bunnies slide. What does it show that when things have gone wrong?

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Both should be asked Who?

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The people as well as the leader.

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Sometimes what happens we only listen to one side. We only listen to one party. We only listen to what the chart says we only listened to what the students are saying for instance, but the fact is that both should be listened to. Because if you listen to only one party, then your decision will be biased. So he questions her owner and he said I was what FRS later mid

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honor Haruna listened and responded to him Yebin or oma or son of my mother.

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You ever know oma is actually yet even me.

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homie, the year of Omi has been turned into an Elif

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why to make the address more shaded, severe and the lF has been removed.

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So yeah, Verna oma led it Why does he say all son of my mother

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to increase affection to calm him down? Okay to remind him that he's talking to his own brother. Right? So Karla Yelena, oma, oh, son of my mother letter, who would be here at dawn hold my beard.

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Because Messiah Listen, when he came back when he saw how he was so furious, he took hold of his beard in one hand and his head in the other hand,

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and he had him completely in his grip, and he's yelling at him. Why? Why did you disobey me? Why did you not do what I told you to do? So I'm gonna listen. Instead of saying,

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Get away from me, don't touch me like this. What does he say you have no matter what we do here at sea.

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Don't hold my beard, and don't hold my head.

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In throttle alpha 150, we learned what alpha alpha was.

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He your job, whoo hoo ha, he was our listener. When he came back, he threw down the tablet and he sees this brother by the hair of his head, pulling him toward him. And he says to him, he gives him the explanation that in new Hershey to the reason why I didn't press too hard and the money is right, it was because I feared

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and the older that you would say, for lack of availability is that you create a division between the money So,

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in other words, if I was too severe with the money israelian if I stopped them very strictly, then what would happen? The people will be divided into two groups.

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And it would lead to such division that people will become enemies to one another.

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Right now, yes, there are people who are worshipping the calf and there are some people who are not worshiping the guff. However, there is no hostility, right? There is no hostility. If I had been too harsh, then there would be hostility. People will begin fighting with one another.

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They will begin killing one another.

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They will begin to hate one another.

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And if such what happened, then you would come back and be furious with me. You would say to me for Knox, avena, Bani Israel, you create a division between them.

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While I'm taco Kohli, and you did not wait for my word.

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Meaning I was afraid that you would come back and you would say to me, why didn't you wait for me to come and together we will make a decision and do something.

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The quote from the fetters rock off that and it means to wait so long that you did not wait? Only my word.

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Meaning you did not wait for me to come and make a decision as to what to do with the Bani Israel and how to stop them.

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Secondly, lamda kuqali has also been understood as that you did not regard my word, meaning you didn't do what I had asked you to do.

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I told you earlier that musala Sam said to Haruna, and it sounded funny to me what else nicoleta trigger severe move city. So if I were to be too hard on them, it would lead to division, it would lead to hostility, it will lead to fight and killing. And you would say to me that I did not follow your orders.

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This is why I did not stop them.

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What does it show to us? That gentleness is extremely necessary for reformation.

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Because harshness, what does it lead to?

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like for example, if you want that your brother should stop doing something.

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Right? You want him to stop doing something wrong that he's engaged in.

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You tell him once, he doesn't listen, you tell him another time. He doesn't listen, you become too harsh with him. I'm not going to talk to you until you stop this. What's going to happen? He's going to stop talking to you,

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isn't it, he's going to stop listening to you. He's going to stop coming to you. He's going to stop spending time with you.

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It's going to create division between you it's going to create a big distance between you then you will not be able to say anything to him.

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Whereas if you remain gentle, and you say have you tried looking into another option, why don't you try doing this will show you what to do this. I don't think it's good for us. Don't you know this is not allowed. If you talk gently, if you approach gently, then what will likely do acceptance and if you become harsh, it will lead to division. So we see that in order to do Islam.

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gentleness is very, very important.

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Many times it happens that parents or siblings or spouses they

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become so strict, so strict when it comes to religion, that their family becomes hostile, isn't it, the children become hostile?

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The husband becomes hostile.

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Sometimes the parents become hostile. Our religion has not come to create this unity.

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Our religion tells us to be gentle in order to do Islam, because the objective is this law. Therefore, do anything use any way to do Islam?

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When it comes to two evils, you choose the lesser of the two evils, right? Like, for example, yes, if your brother is doing something wrong, if you invite him in your house, perhaps he will say a bad word. You don't want him to use a bad word. Now, if you don't invite him at all, if you don't let him come at all, yes, there will be no bad words in your house, however, you will not be able to affect him in a good way in the long run. So you have to tolerate a little bit of evil in order to attain greater good.

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We see that the helper musallam headhunter in Islam, even he was always in the way that he did Islam of the people.

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That where he saw that my advice is not going to work anymore. It's better to wait.

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It's better to wait until Masada Islam comes back. So it shows a very important lesson that Islam turns into facade. If Islam leads to facade, if it leads to corruption, then it does not remain Islam anymore.

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So I tried to reform them. But when it wasn't working anymore, I stopped over there. I remained silent over there. It doesn't mean that you become passive, it doesn't mean that you don't care about what's going on. No, you do care about what's going on.

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You have another plan,

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which you're going to implement after some time. It wasn't that how can I sunset? Forget it, let them do shake, let them do whatever they want. No, he was waiting for Muslim to come back. Because sometimes, it's not the right time to say what you want to say, to do what you want to do. And if you say too early, if you do it too early, it will have the opposite effect.

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Isn't it? Like for example, let's say your daughter, or your sister, she's wearing clothes that are inappropriate? If at that time you say you shouldn't be wearing these jeans are too tight. If at that time you say she'll get completely turned off, isn't it? So So who are you to tell them go find your own business. Whereas if later after some time you say, I think those clothes that you're wearing, they're a bit too tight, maybe you should wear a longer shirt on that maybe just get a bigger size next time.

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If you say something like that afterwards, it will have a better effect. It doesn't mean that you completely ignore.

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You let them do whatever they want to know. You have another plan. But for now, you don't do anything. You have a plan for later. And this is what Helen Allison

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musasa was angry. He was extremely furious, not because people had disobeyed him, but it's because people were doing *.

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This is why he was furious. He was angry for the sake of a lot. He had held up for the sake of Allah.

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And also, if you look at how Luna said when he reminded the people that innama who didn't obey, were in Nara, Boko Haram and

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look at the nature of a loss of penalty that is mentioned.

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If we're reminding someone, that what they are doing is very wrong. What will we tell them? Allah is Scheidler a call,

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that He will punish those people who commit major sins.

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Look at the way he's reminding them, that this is not your God, this calf No, your God is unlocked man, but who only will offer you only. So we see that gentleness again, when it comes to correcting people. Because with harshness, you will only invite hostility.

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gentleness works best when it comes to doing this lot of people.

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And you will see even with children that have children, if you yell at them, if you scold them, they're not going to listen, right. But if you talk to them gently, if you talk to them nicely with love with care, they will listen, the same thing you can get through to the person either through love or through anger. If you get it across through love, it will have a better effect. If you get it across through anger, it will not have the same effect.

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So remember this when dealing with anybody, whether a child or an adult, or someone who is lesser than you, someone who is above you in any way. gentleness does what harshness cannot do.

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When you see that someone is so resistant, no matter what you tell them, no matter how you try to explain to them, they're not willing to listen, then what is the right way that you stop at that time.

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You become silent at that time, you become patient at that time you stop advising them, you stop telling them

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because sometimes the other person also just wants a break, isn't it over and over many times and mothers ask that how do we make our children do this? And how do we make them do that I just tell them, stop telling them, stop yelling at them, stop advising them, they need a break. You give them some space, you give them a break. And they will bring about the change themselves. And if you keep forcing them, they will not do it just out of rebellion. Just because they don't want to listen to you. Whereas in their heart, they know that what they have to do is what they have to do. They know that it's right but they will not do it just because if you said to leave them, give them a break.

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And we see that Haruna disana Look, a lot of people were doing it was a major sin Shake, shake they were doing. And we cannot tolerate someone if they're just not wearing the proper hijab. And we become so harsh towards them. Some tolerance is needed. Some patience is needed, because it will become too aggressive. It will lead to disunity. And with disunity, you cannot do anything.

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When we're doing some Islam, we only focus on what is right and what is wrong. And we forget what wisdom is right? We see that what the Bani Israel were doing was clearly wrong. There was no doubt about it. It was haram major sin. When when Aleem but still held on on Islam used wisdom.

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Because if he became too harsh, too aggressive, it will lead to more problems. So we need to use wisdom and sometimes we need to tolerate evil for just some time, some time.

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We see that this is how innovations begin that somebody just had an idea and it looked very impressive. That the calf it made a sound Wow. And people got so fascinated by that, that they fell in love with it. And they forgot what the actual religion was.

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So when it comes to religion, when

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It comes to a bother. We don't have the right to invent new things. We're supposed to follow the law.

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And you see the reason why they made the calf and began worshipping because they were impressed by other nations. They were impressed by their own and his people who worshiped idols and on their way also, they saw people who were worshipping idols. So they asked Masada said, um, you make for us an idol that says these people have an idol. So he said, You are ignorant people. And then he went to the mount to get the book and there the people started doing *. So many times people end up doing wrong things why? The girls are so impressed by others are so impressed by people who are doing