Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 19 – L194D

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Ash-Shuara 141-191 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 160-175

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I'm going to share your genius with him. Lesson number 194. Solo to sharara.

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Cut the bad karma loot the people of loot denied Who? Almost saline the messengers. They also denied the messengers. When

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it Allah whom, to whom Luton, when their brother Luke or the Salaam said to them, what did he say to them? And at the tone, the same message? Will you not fear Allah? Do you not fear Allah? What are you doing? Think about your actions, Have you no fear of Allah.

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If you think about it, Lutheranism did not belong to the nation that he was sent to as a messenger. He did not belong to the same tribe, isn't it?

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He was related to Ibrahim realism, and they were from Iraq, from the city of earth.

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And when they immigrated from there, Ibrahim al Islam sent Lutheranism to the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.

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So why is he called their brother? Because remember, who was of two types, right? One is through Dean, and the other is through NASA. He wasn't related to them. So why is he called their brother?

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He lived amongst them. He lived in the same area, he lived in their land in their cities. And because of that, he was understood as one of them. What does it show to us

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that even if a person is not originally from a particular land, even if he's an immigrant, once he begins to live over there, then he becomes one of the people.

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You understand. He becomes one of the people, he becomes a part of them, whether they accept him or not.

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And also he is called a brother. Why?

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Because figuratively, the brother of a person is

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the one who is very sincere to him,

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the one who is on very friendly terms with him.

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So because of his sincerity, because of his well wishing towards them, he is called their brother.

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What did he say to them? And as a token, do you not fear Allah? What do we see? That all messengers, they came with the same message, so I heard him he said the same thing. Previously, all of the messengers have said the same thing to their people.

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aletta to whom do you not have fear of Allah, because the most important factor in a person reforming himself is what? The fear of Allah,

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if a person has fear of Allah, then he will be concerned about correcting himself, reforming himself.

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And if he does not have the fear of Allah, He will not be concerned about improving his behavior.

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And what is meant by fearing Allah, what is meant by having the core of Allah, that when a person is about to speak, he thinks, is this statement of mine going to be acceptable to Allah? Or is it going to displease him?

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When he is about to leave some important work? He thinks? Is it going to make Allah happy with me? Is it going to make him upset with me? When he's walking somewhere, when he's going somewhere, he thinks, is it going to lead me to the pleasure of Allah or to the anger of Allah? When he's about to eat again, he thinks, is this food approved by Allah? Or is it something that is disapproved by Allah?

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So before he does anything, he considers the pleasure of Allah. In every matter,

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he considers the anger of Allah in every matter.

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does it lead to his pleasure? does it lead to his anger? And this is what keeps a person straight. This is what keeps the person concerned about the limits that Allah has set then he will not commit Islam, then he will not become selfish, then he will not be concerned only about his desires. No, he'll be concerned about other people as well.

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In Neela Kamasutra me indeed I am to you a trustworthy messenger but the hola hola of your own Sofia Allah and obey me. This is repeated for emphasis.

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Woman, newcomer la human, and I do not ask you for it any payment. Because in Nigeria Illa. Allah bill me my payment is only from who? The Lord of the world, Allah soprano.

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If you think about it, the difference between one messenger to the next was of many, many years, several years. They came to different nations, different places at different times. But if you see their basic

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characteristics, their basic qualities were all the same, isn't it?

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All of the messengers, they gave the same message,

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Fear Allah obey me, I empty with sincere messenger, I mean messenger, one who is trustworthy.

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And I did not expect any reward from you. Why?

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Because all of the messengers, they brought the same message. But this is the evidence behind that

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all of the messengers were sent by who? Allah, so panel data, and they brought the same message to the people.

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And this is why they shared their characteristics.

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Although there was a difference of many, many years,

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what does it show to us that when people have the same mission, when people have the same goal, when people have the same purpose, then wherever they may be, whoever they may be, whenever they may be, their hearts are united,

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you understand,

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they will have the same goal. And as a result, their hearts will be united,

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they will not differ in their thinking.

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They will not differ in their goals.

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They will not differ in their characteristics in their qualities, because they have the same purpose.

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And on the other hand, if people differ with regards to their goal, their ultimate goal, then even if they're living together, will they be united know, people may be living in the same household. But because both have a different goal in mind, what's going to happen, they're going to be miles apart, despite the fact that they're living the same room, they're living in the same house, perhaps they're tied to one another through some marriage contract or some other kind of relationship.

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But because the goal is different, this is why they will be very far apart from one another.

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They'll be very different from one another as well. And if people have the same goal, then they will share their characteristics.

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So what do we see over here that all of the profits of another part, the same message, why they have the same characteristics, why they have the same goal?

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And we see that all of the messengers, what did they say, fear of law,

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and the fear of Allah, the love of Allah, all of the messengers promoted that whether it was Luther the silent, silent Edison, or who they're innocent, or the prophets that have autism, this is what connected them. This is what united all of them.

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And when a person works in this way, that his goal, his ultimate goal is to impart the love of Allah, the fear of aligned the hearts of people, to instill that in the hearts of people, then what happens?

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He does not expect any form of reward from the people.

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What is his goal, he wants to instill the fear of Allah in the hearts of people, then he does not expect any return from them.

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Lutheranism he said, I do not expect any return from you Why?

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Because his goal was to instill the fear of a light in the hearts of people.

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So Allah had Islam, he said the same thing. Out of the messengers, they said the same thing. Why?

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Because their goal was to instill the fear of Allah.

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And when people work in this way, then they work selflessly, they will not become selfish.

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And when they work in this way, then they take up any work that is given to them. Even if it is difficult.

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When a person is working for the sake of Allah, then what happens? He knows that every effort of his is going to be counted is going to be rewarded for therefore, even the most difficult task, what happens to it, it becomes easy, isn't it? Even if it's a lot of work, it becomes easy. Because he knows that every effort is going to be counted.

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Every effort is going to be paid for by almost,

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you know, people who work for certain companies.

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And if let's say their gas has covered, their insurance discovered, their car is covered. Maybe their housing is covered, certain expenses of theirs are covered, their health is covered and what happens, what happens? They use those facilities lavishly, isn't it?

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if let's say their medications are all covered by their company, then what's going to happen? You're gonna go on buying one thing after the other and if they have to pay themselves then they will be very very concerned.

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So when a person

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realizes that every effort of mine is being considered by Allah subhanaw taala, he is going to pay me for it,

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then he doesn't think I have done so much I do not need to do anymore. What I've done is sufficient, what I've done is enough, no, he will take up every other task, he will never think what he's done is sufficient. No matter how difficult the task may be, he will do it. Why? Because he's doing it exclusively for the sake of Allah.

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Now, if you look at it, what Luther Islam was doing was not something easy. You're in a foreign land. You're an immigrant over there, very few people are like you. And on top of that the religion of the people, the way of life of people is also very different.

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And if you tell them to change their ways, they're very hostile. Is this an easy task?

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It's not an easy task at all. It's a very difficult task. But what is it that gave him the courage to do it? He was doing it for the sake of Allah.

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And when a person does something for the sake of Allah, then no matter how difficult it may be, he will do it.

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Because he knows Allah is going to pay him for it.

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He reproach the people that don't have the chronometer on me, do you approach males from among the worlds?

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And the crown is the plural of the car, who is the male?

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That in order to fulfill your desire, you approach men minella IRA mean, out of all the people of the worlds? What does it mean by this?

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That out of all the people of the world, it is you who does it, you are the only ones who are committing this vile deed? No one else does this but you mean Allah, Allah mean? It's just you. And never before has anyone committed this action before you. Because this deed was unknown. It was unknown. It was not common at all before the people of Lutheran center and also outside of this nation.

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In total of 80, we learned well, you will find is called an economy at the donut factory shatta. Masako can be humming ahead a minute earlier, me.

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And Luther Islam when he said to his people, do you come at such a morality, as no one has preceded you with from among the world's no one ever has committed this action before you? What do people say today?

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It's been there from the beginning. And they say things such as it's in the genes of people, but what do we see that they were the first ones to initiate this evil deed?

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What are the owner? Anyone leave mahakala kamaboko that which your Lord has created for you, men as well as you can have your wives. But underemployment don't rather you are people who are transgressing?

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What does it mean by this? What are the rules Mr. Haleakala Kumara Boca Minh as well, from that you leave that which Allah has created of your spouses of your wives, as well as a board of zoning over here it gives meaning of wife

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that you forsake the wives, that your Lord has created for you,

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in order for you to fulfill your sexual desire, who has Allah created for you, your wives, because the human beings, the male and the female, together, they fulfill their desires, and they have been created for one another.

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What do we learn the other lesson from him his wife was created? Why? Leah's Canadian, so that he could find comfort and peace in her.

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And secondly, this has also been understood as that men as well as you conduct from your women, that which Allah has created for you to enjoy, you leave that and you do that which is forbidden. What is the correct way of approaching one's wife? We have learned in sort of Baccarat 222, that fell to one name in Hazel, Amara common law that approach your wives from where Allah has commanded you. Meaning from where Allah has allowed you to do so.

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And what is that? The Vagina, the place of fertility.

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But these people, instead of approaching their wives correctly, what would they do?

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They would approach their wives from behind

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anal sex. And this is something that is forbidden. So he tells them then what is wrong with you? What are their own Mr. Haleakala kamaboko me as well. But until I don't, you're transgressing people. You're crossing all the limits. You're transgressing the limits of Hillel and entering into how long you've been

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Crossing the limits of Article of Sharia law, you're doing something that goes against the mind that goes against nature that goes against common sense what are you doing?

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So he reproaches them very firmly.

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Or what was the reaction of the people

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who they said, Let a lumped into here loot if you do not stop or loot, then a new hire. If you do not stop here or loot if you do not stop preaching to us, let akuna nominal Mahajan, then surely you will be of those who are expelled, we're going to expel you. You can go away from here. They began threatening him

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instead of paying attention to what he was telling them. What are they saying?

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Why are you admonishing us? And if you think we are wrong, go leave. We're not forcing you to stay here with us. If you don't want to become like us, then just leave. We'll expel you. So you better stop reproaching us

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into the novel if 56 we learn from acana job Academy Illa and carlu agreed You are a Lutheran in Korea to come in unison Yes.

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That the only response of his people was that they said expel the family of loot from your city. Indeed, there are people who keep themselves very pure.

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So when he tried to stop them from this evil that they were committing? What was the reaction of the people go away from here? Don't tell us don't stop us.

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So what was the reaction of Lutheranism? Did he compromise? Did he feel that he is going to be evicted from that land and he will not have any place to go there? No, very confidently. He said all in nelia. I'm Alico Minar calling. Indeed I am toward your deed of those who detest it. I hate your deed. I hate what you do.

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The way they rejected Luther insulinomas message.

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Luther listened and rejected their deed.

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They rejected his message. He rejected their deed.

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He didn't come under pressure. He didn't succumb to their threats. He didn't say Oh, I'm sorry. Do whatever you want. Don't expel me. No.

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He clearly told them I hate what you do. I disapprove of your actions.

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Fine, you don't listen to me. Fine. You don't change your ways. you threaten me. Do whatever you want. But remember that I hate what you do.

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In nelia Amelie camino Polly.

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Arlene is a plural of en.

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And this is from the roof letters laflamme Yeah. For cough lamb well,

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cough lamb well or cough lamb. Yeah.

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And Carla is used for frying meat or to cook me to bake me to roast it.

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You may have heard of lamb mcculley what is the himachali meat that is barbecued or roasted.

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And Allah yaku is to be upset with someone and hence dislike them.

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It is when you're upset with someone you're very angry with them. You hate what they did. And as a result you end up disliking them as well.

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What do we learn no

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matter what they're called booka wama Allah same word that your Lord has not abandoned you nor does he hate you.

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And I'll one from the same route call one is to throw something. What does it mean to throw something away? Like for example, it is at all at the Nakata berocca that the she camel it through its rider.

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So figuratively, this word means to strongly test something Why? Because when you strongly test something, what happens? You want to get rid of it. You want to throw it away, isn't it? You distance yourself from it. You cannot bear it anymore.

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So in nelia armonico Mina, Colleen, I hate what you do, I cannot stand what you do. I dislike it with all my heart. And if it were up to me, I would throw it away from here. I would get rid of this action in Nila armonico minute Adi.

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So what do we see over here that Luther s&m? First of all, he used his dung to stop the people.

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When you see something wrong, what is your responsibility that you have to use your hands? If you cannot use your hands and what do you do?

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Use your tongue. And even if you're not able to do that, then what should you do?

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Hit the action. Hit the sentence.

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Your heart.

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Now Luthor listener, he was able to stop them by his tongue. So he did that.

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And when they refuse to change, then at least he disliked the action in his heart. And he told them, he told them that he disapproved of that action of theirs. And this is something very, very important.

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When we see something wrong, just because everyone is doing it, we cannot accept it.

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You understand? Just because it's the norm, just because people are doing it with a lot of confidence. It doesn't mean we accept it. No, we have to stand up against it. And if we do not have that power to do so, then what do we have to do?

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show our disapproval.

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show our dislike, we cannot say yes, yes, it's okay. Do whatever you want. You do whatever you want, we do whatever we want, no, you have to show that you dislike that action, you cannot approve of it. Because once you approve of it, then you also become guilty of it.

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You understand, because if a person is amongst some people who are committing something wrong, and he dislikes that action, he does not agree with it, he will not be considered as a part of them.

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But if a person is not even in their company, he is away from them. But he approves of that action than it is as though he is a part of that.

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So it is very, very important that when we see something wrong, especially something as this, we cannot accept it. We have to say, this is not right. We have to oppose it verbally, at least

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we don't insult who's I remember at that Lutheran center, he said all Hello anelli become quwata illa rochlin chedid. If only I had against you some power, or I could take refuge in a strong support.

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If only I had some power, I would stop you physically. But because I don't have that I am stopping you verbally.

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And you don't want to listen to me in niyama camino Colleen.

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And this is a requirement of Eman in nelia Amelie camino Cali,

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that you have to hit the wrong action. One thing is very important. He doesn't say I hate you.

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What does he say? I hate your action. And this is something very important. Because if we hate the action, then we're going to have well wishing for the person, we're going to be concerned about them. No matter what they say to us, we're going to keep trying to correct them. We're going to keep trying to reform them. But the moment you develop dislike for the person,

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then even if they're doing something good. Are you going to be concerned about them? No. Are you going to like them? No.

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And if they're doing something bad? Are you going to be concerned about reforming them? No, not at all.

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As long as you dislike the action and not the person, then you will have well wishing in your heart for that person. But the moment you begin to dislike the person, then you will not have any reservation frame.

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Now once a person dies on that crime on that action, then obviously you hate that person as well. But until he is an AI, you're supposed to hate that action, because only then you can help him.

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So he says in melior armonico minakari.

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And then he prayed to Allah, or have been a genie, that oh my lord save me. Well, early and also my family may may or Milan from what they do.

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What does it mean by the saved me and my family from what they do? keep us away from this evil action. And also keep us safe from the consequences of their deed that we are amongst them, we are living amongst them, but do not make us amongst them when your punishment descends on.

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This just like we read earlier, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was told that make Torah that Oh Allah if you are to show me the punishment that is going to be sent to these people, then don't make me amongst them.

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But be flattered Ronnie, Morrow comenzado me.

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So similarly, Lutheranism he prayed that would be a genuine early, mid May or might even save us from this lead and save us from the consequence of this deed. Don't let us get affected by it at all.

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And this is something very important. Because many times what happens when we are living amongst some people and they're doing something wrong openly. A point comes where we become very used to it, we tend to accept it. We don't see any problem in it.

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So he's saying don't let us get affected by it.

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And if a punishment comes, don't make us of those people.

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So what happened fanad Gina who Allah who edge Marine, so we saved him and his family all together, except for who Illa are Jews and Phil obedient, except an old woman among those who remain behind,

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who does the old woman refer to his wife and arguing from the roof address or ngmc or AIDS is to be unable and from that are used is used for someone who is very old, in particular an old woman Why?

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Because she is unable to do many things that she could do before. And this is why the word cover it is also used for who older women, because compared to men, they become more immobile.

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So Allah or Jews and philharmonie, and she remained in who, those who remain behind and who does have Albertine refer to

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the nation, the people of Lutheranism.

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So, it is said that the wife of Lutheranism she left with him,

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when the angels came in the door Lutheranism leave the punishment is going to come and when he left with his family, his wife accompanied him.

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But remember, they were told that they should not look back when the punishment is coming.

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So it is said that she looked back towards them. Why? Because she had sympathy towards

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her heart was attached to them, she approved of their actions.

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So even though she was not involved in that crime herself, she was not amongst those people anymore. But because she approved of it, she met the same fate.

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You understand? This is something very, very frightening

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that although she was not involved in the crime, she never committed that action herself. She was the wife of a profit eventually.

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And secondly, she was not even in the people anymore. She left with profit Lutheranism.

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But because her heart was attached to them, she approved of their actions. What happened? The same punishment that afflicted the people also came upon her

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Illa Jews and filho been

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so Mother monal hurryin. And then we destroyed the others who those people who remain behind

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how are they destroyed? that were unthought now? I lay him matara, and we rain upon them a rain. What kind of rain? Was it? a rain of stones?

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For sir a matar almanza rain? So how evil was the rain of those people who were warned? How was it evil?

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It did not bring any benefit. Rather it brought only destruction it brought Only death and ruin.

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A shower of stones was sent upon them.

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And you can imagine a shower of stones what kind of destruction and loss it would cost to the people.

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For set a motto Romans 13 how evil was the reign of those people who were warned?

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in solitude I 82 we learn Fela majah and Bruna john earlier her follow her on bernera La Jolla de Min Soo Ji Mahmoud. So when our command came, we made the highest part of the city its lowest.

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The highest part of the city was made what its lowest part why because they were overturned and macduffie got

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and rained upon them stones have layered hard clay

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layered hard clay such stones imagine how hard they must have been.

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So this is the punishment that came upon them in the fee Delica. Indeed, in that is surely assign Womack and meaning But still, most of them do not believe what in Rebecca, law sees over him and indeed your Lord He is the exalted in mind and He is merciful, mighty against

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the harboring

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and merciful towards

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Allah and his companions his family

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will listen to the recitation.

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hola hola como

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Amina Jeannie

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meet me?

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So what is the i in this incident?

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We see that many people they say about homosexuality, that it's a very personal choice as a personal act, it doesn't really affect other people too. Why should people be concerned about it, but we see that it has far reaching consequences. Like over here, when the men were going towards other men only to enjoy sexually, who was getting deprived

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the women, they were getting deprived. So when a person becomes selfish about his own desires only then in the end, he is depriving other people of their rights. You understand? What about women's rights? People talk a lot about homosexuals rights, but what about women's rights? What about their spouses rights? What about the other people who live in this society? What about their rights?

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We see that we're exposed to so many wrongs not just this one, but in so many ills in the society. But we have become so accepting of them, that we don't even consider them to be even anymore.

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Lutheranism. First of all, he goes and stops them. We hardly ever do that. If we see somebody doing something wrong, we say it's their choice. Let them do it. Everybody has the freedom to do it. But he goes and stops them. And then what? If they don't stop? Does he give up over there? No, in nelia Malika, mineral Colleen, we still have to hate the wrong action. And we have to show our disapproval. We cannot say everything is okay. No, everything's not okay. Something that Allah has forbidden. We have to hate it, we have to dislike it.

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What else?

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We see that this evil is everywhere. And we have such a normal attitude towards it. And we think that if we just protect our families, we'll be okay. But the fact is that how much can you protect your children, when this evil is rampant everywhere, you have to actively speak up against it, you have to actively go against it. Because if you don't, then eventually your children also will get affected.

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And we see that this is not just something that is common within people who are not Muslim. But even this is something that is becoming common within Muslims. Because we think it's okay, we think it's not a big deal. And it's common everywhere. I remember I went to the library wants to get some books for my son. And I was so amazed that I found a book in which a little girl she's talking about her two mothers, how she spends her day with her two mothers at the beginning, I didn't really get the book because I always go through any books that I get for my son. So I was going through and I couldn't understand that eventually I got it, that this is what they're trying to show.

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That little children, they are getting confused. This is something that is against fitrah. This is something that goes against nature. How can we accept it?

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This is why it's so important to keep reading keep reminding ourselves because every time you come across such then you realize this is something serious.

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How can a person even hate something that's bad when he cannot even distinguish between what is bad and what is good? When we don't even distinguish between the two? How can we hate it? hating is the next step right?

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constantly What have we been seeing the well wishes the prophets had for the people that they look beyond themselves?

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They didn't just think or that the people do whatever they want. No, they corrected them, they reformed them. And this is something that we need as well.

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Anything that you hate for the sake of Allah is a means of increasing your imminent

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shamelessness that when a person does not have any shame left any higher left, that is the root cause of many, many evils in our lambda stack a fastener machine that when you don't have higher than do whatever you wish. So when this leaves the people, then many, many evils become common in the society.

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We tend to hate people more than we hate the crime. And this is why we cannot wish well for the people, we cannot talk to them nicely. We cannot speak to them, we cannot correct them. Because we hate them. We develop a lot of hatred for them.

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The moment we see them, we cringe the moment we see them, we turn away. If we are like that, we're not going to be able to help the people at all. So the main thing is to hate the crime.

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That sometimes little children, if they do something wrong, what are they told? You're a bad boy, you're a bad girl.

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If you tell a child, you're a bad boy, you're a bad girl. What is he going to think eventually, I am bad. So I'll do whatever I want to do.

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So the way of correcting people is not to tell them they are bad. The way of correcting people is make them realize what they're doing is bad.

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This is why many parents say when they tell their children, that you're a good girl, you don't do this stuff. This is not something that you would say, this is not something that would come out of your mouth, then they feel that I'm supposed to be a good person and this Act does not suit me. And then they will stay away from such behaviors.

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We think hating something in your heart is the only thing that we need to do. This is why we consider it to be the first step whereas the first step is to stop with your actions and then your tongue and then if you can't do anything, then you hate with your heart. And what is that?

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The weakest of human right. So if this is a state of people, anything at all You should only hate in your heart. Then it shows that people

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will listen to the recitation

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Boom, Pauline kobina, Jeannie

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vana Dana

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