Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 19 – L195E

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The use of the Quran on shiny cars and the shattering of shiny people is a way to motivate shiny people and avoid offense. The shiny people are not the ones who bring information, but rather the fortune tellers. The shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people, and the shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people. The shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people, and the shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people. The shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people, and the shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people. The shattering of shiny people is a result of shattering of shiny people, and the shattering of
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Hang on a bit earlier maintenance de Lucia team, shall I inform you upon whom the devils descend?

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Now going back to the previous topic, the same thing, that the children are not the ones who bring the Quran to the profit. They're not the ones who bring revelation.

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You say that they descend with the Quran on the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? No they do not. I will tell you how una bucum Allah mantan associate and I'll tell you on whom they actually descend, who they actually come down upon, who they actually inspire, who they actually teach. Who is it that the airplane descend on? Then a Zulu, they descend either coolly affecting a theme upon every sinful liar afac Farah is what a lie and afac one who lies a lot

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and extreme liar. One who says great lies a great fabricator, a fac,

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a theme extreme Center, a Themis cathedral is really one who commits great sense many things again and again repeatedly.

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This is the person on whom the shaitaan comes to who the one who lies and the one who can make sense

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and this is a great warning, a person who lies repeatedly, who has control over him shaytaan

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shaitan can make him do anything then a person who commit sins, who is it giving mastery over himself shavon when a person utters lies when a person commits since it is as though he is giving his reins to who to share one, lead me, take me wherever you want, make me do whatever you want. And when a person stays away from these two evils, then shaitan cannot do anything. Then as they do allow coolly effect in sem, a person whose speech is lies in fabrication, and the profits are the largest seller, he was known as a sidekick. me. He was far from being an effect, far from being a theme, unicorn a summer day pass on what is heard, who the shaft lean, when they come down upon

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effect in esteem, when they inspire them. What do they inspire them with? A summer what is heard, what federal home can be born, and most of them are liars? What does it mean by this? The Devils when they descend upon effect in a scene, they inspire them with a sum and a sum, it gives meaning of a smaller, meaning what they have heard, what these devils have heard, meaning a little bit that these devils have managed to hear from the conversation of the angels. What do these devils do? They inspire what they have heard to do affect a theme,

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and will accelerate them get the vote, and most of them are liars, meaning these shelfing many of them meaning all of them, they're liars. So when they do tell something, to effect in a theme, they add many lines to it.

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To the shell theme, they do not descend upon the messenger. they descend upon sinful liars, on soothsayers on fortune tellers. So affecting a theme who doesn't refer to

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suit says fortune tellers. And if you think about it, like for example, people who perform magic who's helped to they seek the gym. And in order to seek the help of the gym, what kind of lies they have to utter and what kind of great sins they have to commit. They have to remain filthy. They have to do such vile things, the most disgusting things the most appalling crimes they have to commit. And when they do that, then Shelton come to them. And when the shouting do come to them, then they inspire them with whatever they have heard of the conversations of the angels. And then they add many, many lives to that.

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There's a hadith that is recorded in a body in which I shall deny she narrated that the people they asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about fortune tellers, or fortune tellers,

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like farmers, people you go to, and they tell you something about your future, that you will get this or you will have this and you will marry so until you will die at this time. They tell you all of these things, they read your hand, or they meet you, and they speak to you and then they will tell you about your future. So these are fortune tellers. So the people they ask the prophets that a lot isn't about fortune tellers. Because sometimes what happens you go to them, or somebody goes to them, you know of somebody who has gone to them and they have told them something, which apparently is true.

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So the prophets are a lot of them said they're nothing. meaning there's nothing true about them. So they said O Messenger of Allah.

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They say things that come true. Sometimes it happens to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that is a word of truth, which the jinn snatches, and then he gambled it like the clucking of a chicken into the ear of his friend. So there's like a chicken. When it speaks, how does it speak? clock clock, right? Very subtle. So similarly, these Jin, what happens? They * some kind of statement from the angels as they're speaking. And what happens immediately the passer on into the ear of their companion.

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So they pass it on quickly. Why did they pass it on quickly because she had this chasing them and they know they're about to die. They're No, they're about to be burned. So they don't want to lose that piece of information to pass it on quickly. As they pass it on quickly. What happens these Jin, then they bring this information, and they give it to who? To the fortune tellers. But he mixes it with more than 100 lies. The jinn also, they're very clever. What do they do? They mix that piece of information with so many lies. And then they tell the fortune tellers and the fortune tellers, they get fooled by, sometimes, by luck, what they tell the people comes out to be true, and sometimes it

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turns out to be false. Why? Because whatever the gene told them, it is added up with many, many lies. Now we see that before the advent of the Prophet sallallahu, the Sheltie they would go up to the heavens, and they would listen to the conversation of the angels very easily. But at the time of the revelation of the Quran, what happened? At that time, there was a lot of strict you can say guards that prevented the jinn from coming. Some scholars say that this restriction in the skies it was placed only at the time of the revolution. So it wasn't there before. And once the Revelation the Quran was completed, it's not there anymore, either. So what happens in the gym, they would go

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up in order to listen, they would come down to earth and inform the suits ears, and the suit says they will pass on this information to the people and the people. They would think that the suit says they know everything. They know the truth. They know the unseen. They know the answers. They know the future, which is why Unfortunately, many people even today, what do they do? They go to them and they believe in them.

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That's it sometimes what happens a person will go to a person who deals with magic or is a fortune teller or something like that. And he speaks to him a little bit. And these people these fortune tellers are people who deal with magic many times they have gin with them, who asst now these in what do they do, they speak to the gene of that person, because remember, every person who has some gene with him who inspires him to do evil, it doesn't mean that the gene possesses him, but the gene meaning the shape, and he inspires him to do evil, he puts what was in his heart. So the agenda of this fortune teller, they speak to the gene of who, the person and this person, the gene will tell

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the other gene Oh, he was ill at this at this time, his mother is there and his father is there, another fortune teller and he will say, Oh, your father is there, and your mother is there. And you suffer from this and this loss. And the person will think, Oh, my God, this person knows about my past. This person knows about my future, believe in everything that he does. This is how actually it works. So the shower clean your own a summer book, that one guy the bone, most of them are liars. Now it does not mean that the jinn they can do whatever they want. Because apparently seems as though they can go up and they can listen, and they can tell the people and they can do whatever

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they want. No, this is not true. Because in everybody, Lisa Garland, my servants who have no authority over them, what did we learn earlier, that it's the effect and seen such a person in whom shaitaan comes to and a person who is a servant of Allah, who's the very best of our human, the servants of the Most Merciful shaitaan runs away from them. shaitan does not have any authority over them. Which is why many times when the jinn try to harm such people as well, they're not able to. This is why we have been taught to recite our morning and evening God. This is why we have been taught to say the occult to recite the Quran, to seek the protection of Allah when we leave the

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house bismil later come to Allah Allah Whoa, La La quwata illa Allah and so many occur, we have been taught why for our own protection. So the servant who remembers Allah who reads the Quran, then the shaman does not have any authority over him.

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We also learn from another Hadees I should have did on her she narrated that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the angels they speak in the clouds about some matter on Earth. something's going to happen on Earth. Somebody's going to die. Some earthquake is going to take place or something like that. And the shale clean they over here.

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What the angels say? And the shell thing, they tell it to the fortune teller, gurgling it into his ear, like a liquid board from a glass bottle. So in a very subtle manner, and he adds it to 100 lies and then he tells people

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similarly, we also learned from another Hadees, which is reported in the Buhari that have already learned who he said, The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, When Allah decrees a matter in the heavens, the angels they beat their wings in submission to his decree. They beat their wings, just as we speak, where we humble we lower our arms of the angels, they have wings that they beat their wings in submission to his decree. And when the fear in their hearts it subsides, they say, what is it that your Lord has said, and the angels they say the truth, so, out of the fear and respect for a loss of data, they immediately begin to beat their wings. And afterwards, when the decree is

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complete, when they are told, then they ask one another, what is the most interesting so they say the truth and He is the Most High the most great, then when the jinn who are listening out one above the other, then what happens? They try to listen to what the angels are discussing amongst themselves. So once Allah subhanaw taala commands the angels, afterwards the angel to discuss amongst themselves what has been said. And at that moment, the genes they try to listen

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and then they go and pass on the information to who do the fortune tellers.

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So over here, Allah soprano Tara says hello navio comala menten associate in the necessary Allah coolly affecting us in your corner summer work.

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Because the machine of Makkah, they accuse the Prophet sallallahu have been a cane as well of being a suit serious one. So they're being told it's impossible. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam Look at his character. He's not a fact he's not a theme. And besides, the suitors whatever they say is mixed up with so many lies. It's not even true. What sure are they made another claim that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is support? So they were told was Shura and the poet's yet w Humala Woon only the deviator is follow them. assura is a Florida share it and who is sharing one who says, Sure, one who says board.

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And Sharon is basically such column that is organized, that is rhythmic words are repetitive, it's brief, it's sometimes very figurative words are very eloquent. And it's basically a column that is organized. And sometimes shared. Poetry is also used for imaginary. Like when a person is just talking about stuff that doesn't make sense. That's unreal, that's far from reality. So, because sometimes when you analyze poetry, what is it? stuff that is far from reality? Isn't it? And this is why Adela cheriya. At the left cheriya is used for false excuses. False justifications? Surely, yeah. Why? far from reality imaginary.

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So what's your out Ah, and the points and remember that near the Arabs, the best board was that which had the most amount of exaggeration, the most amount of lies in it was farthest from reality, such poetry was greatly appreciated. by for example, even today, if you think about it, what kind of movies and stories and cartoons are appreciated fiction far from reality? And sometimes if you critically analyze the stuff that's coming on the television or that people are watching with so much attention, and oh my god, their heart is fully involved in it, if you analyze it, what is it far from reality? But the farther it is from reality, the more people like it, isn't it, the more

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people appreciate it. So, poetry also, what kind of poetry was appreciated by the people, that which was farthest from reality. So Allah, Allah says the poets, who follows them, who listens to them, who memorizes their poetry, who passes their poetry on its aloha Woon, those who are astray, those who are misguided, those who are perverse, those who have no aim in life, no purpose in life. They're the ones who listen to the poetry of others. they memorize their poetry, they sing their poetry, they pass their poetry on. If you think about it, by, for example, a song that somebody has composed, that somebody has released. It talks about their feelings, it talks about their

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relationship, maybe their experiences, maybe their accidents, isn't it?

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And it's amazing how 1000s and 1000s of people who have nothing better to do in life, what are they doing, listening to other people about their romantic story or about their sad story, memorizing all of that. Repeat

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All of that, playing it in their weddings playing it in their car. What has their life got to do with yours? Think about it.

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So who follows the poets? Alone people who are aimless, people have nothing better to do in life. People who don't have a life, they're the ones who listen to such things. They're the ones who memorize such things. They're the ones who enjoy such things.

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Yet who Humala wound.

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I remember somebody telling me once that they were addicted to music. They listen to music all the time. And Allah guided them, brought them to the Quran. And the day they started studying the Quran, they forgot to listen to music. It was after a week or so that they realized, oh my god haven't listened to this. Why?

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Because it's those people who are aimless, who have nothing better to do in life who find comfort and peace in such things. And people who have a purpose in life, people whose mind is awake, whose heart has become alive, they don't find any fulfillment in music and singing. They find it where in the

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sometimes, just try to analyze the words of the songs that you use to listen to or that perhaps you're still struggling to stop listening to just analyze the words. What are they talking about? random things, random things that make no sense are things that are only about them. What has that got to do with you? Nothing. So who follows the poet's yet Avira whoo ha, whoo, it those who have nothing better to do in life, who listened to them who follow them? The machine of Makkah, they would call the Prophet sallallahu Sallam apart. They would say valuer Sherry, rather he is appointed. But what does Allah subhanaw taala say No way. Look at who follows the prophets.

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It's Abu Bakr. It's Omar. These people follow the prophets and you say that he is a port, no way. If you look at the poet's who follows them people have nothing better to do in life. And people who have an aim, people who achieve great things, people who are concerned about others, they will never follow points. They will follow who the Quran they will follow who the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in total health care if 41 to 43 we learn wama whoever you call the sherried Padilla matagami noon, well I will call Lika Han kalila mata karoon 10 zero Mirabella al amin it is not the word of a poet literal Do you believe nor the word of a soothsayer. Little Do you remember? It is a revelation from

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the Lord of the worlds instead of the rcni 69 we learn one that I love that was Sherif, when a young believer in who in the Recon work, earn a movie

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and we did not give Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam knowledge of poetry nor is it befitting for him. It's not befitting for him because who are the poets who follows them. So, it does not affect the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in who they can work on animal beings. It is not a message and a clear put on

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a lot of panels it says Adam Thoreau, do you not see that unknown indeed the who the sharada the poet's feet currently Where did he moon in every Valley they roam around Do you not see that these points they go and they roam around in every Valley. What unknown mucuna Mallya Fargo and they say what they do not do? They say such great things and in reality they don't do them.

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What does it mean by this? That they roam around in every Valley? Why didn't somebody reflectors? Well, Dahlia wedding is a valley, a gorge, the space between mountains and figuratively, if you think about a valley generally is empty. It's isolated. Isn't if you're traveling by somewhere you come across a valley, will you see a lot of people walking by having a picnic? No, very rarely, unless if it's a picnic spot.

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Otherwise such places are deserted, they're empty. And why then figuratively, is also used for the style of speech. The manner of speech It is said full afternoon fee wedding Are you aware deca that so and so is in a valley other than your venue? Meaning his way his style is not like yours his style is different.

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So wedding is a very but figuratively It's also used for style of speech. Avoid one set, either America or now where the en minha de Sena. Either lady he's in a hurry this idea that when we're done with one venue

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Then we enter into another meeting when we are done with one style, then we start another step. This is why sometimes you will find that in poetry, the first stanza is ending in a particular word, or a particular sound, and the other one is ending in a particular sin. So, why? Because in poetry what happens? After you're done with one style, you start with another style with another style. And in poetry competitions, this is what people do. They say one style at the beginning and another style and then another style so they keep changing their styles. So Allah subhanaw taala says, Do you not see that these bullets we could only wear the moon and yeah, he won't from the reflectors? Hey, I

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mean, Hey, Hey, mister wonder, do you wonder about Jerome around? It's also used for a lover, a person who has fallen in love, who was sick because of that. Why? Because he will walk around aimlessly from here to there.

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And sometimes, if you go to a conference, you go to the bazaar, you wonder why are people wandering? Here? They're back again. One aisle, the other eye, lectures are going on. But so what are people doing? Walking around roaming around aimlessly as if they're in love as if they're looking for someone? Literally?

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Yeah, he moved, they wander, they're over out. So do you not see that these bullets? They are in every value human? This can be understood in two ways. Now. First of all, that they go to different valleys, one Valley to the other, literally, physically. And what do they do? They go. And over there, they reflect. And they start saying poetry one thing after the other. Recently, I was watching this documentary in which they were saying about how these specific places in Canada, certain musicians and artists, they go over there to record their music. Why? Because when they're there in that much isolation, no distractions, nothing, it helps them focus.

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It helps them produce the best.

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So this is why similarly, the Arabs also the boys also, you would find them your honeymoon in every Valley.

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And one moment, they're saying one statement and the other woman, they're saying another statement.

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And secondly, we can understand this as that they roam around in every style of poetry. They go from one style to the other. They deal with every matter. And they speak all sorts of things, in their poetry. In their poetry, they speak about every subject. They engage in every kind of verbal art, and they indulge in every kind of nonsense. If you think about it, sometimes they're talking about romance. And other point they're talking about the moon and other points, they're talking about how ugly something is and how beautiful something is. They overly exaggerate. Sometimes their poetry is filled with immorality filled with fascia. Sometimes they're boasting sometimes they're showing off.

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Sometimes they're saying things that are completely nonsensical. And he or he moon, they rove around overstepping the bounds of decency. Why is he one sided, they rove around overstepping the bounds of decency and truthfulness, that when they talk about the one whom they love, they say such great things, which if you were to ask them to do in reality, they would never do it.

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That was on people who sing songs. When they're singing, they say such great things. And if you ask them, really, would you do it? It's figurative.

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So they talk about everything. They touch every subject. Sometimes there's no relationship between what they're talking about. And when they're saying their poetry. They overstep the bounds of decency and truthfulness. When they exaggerate, they over exaggerate. They don't care about what is true, and what is not true. When they're showing off, they show off excessively. When they're trying to ridicule someone, they really killed someone in a very harsh manner. They don't care about what is true, what is not true. When they're describing about their beloved, they overstepped the bounds of decency entering into fashion. So don't you see what kind of people these points are? And you say

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is a poet. It's not possible, far from reality. were unknown, and indeed the sharara Yoku Luna mela you are alone. They say what they do not do in their poetry that makes such great claims. Or they make such great promises. I will bring the moon for you and I will do this for you and I will do that for you. But in reality, they don't do it. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was very truthful. The poet's Jaco Luna mela for Ella Latina Avenue Illa This is an exception, meaning all of the points are not like this.

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All of the points are not like this that they talk about every nonsensical

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thing. And they overstepped the bounds of decency and truthfulness. Or that they say what they don't do. No, all the points are not like that. There are some points who are different, and who are there and letting me know what I mean. Those who believe, and they do righteous deeds.

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And we see that at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They were great poets, from the Sahaba like, for example, has signed up inside it. Similarly, Abdullah bin raha garb and Malik garb evens ahead. So many companions were great poets. What is it that made them different? What is it that made their poetry different? It was their Eman and our Mozart

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was Dakota Lucha cathedra. And they remember a lot much when they say they're portraying, their poetry is meaningful. Their poetry is beneficial. It is encouraging it is motivational. Why? Because they remember Allah much. And whenever they're saying poetry, there's a purpose behind that. Not aimlessly, I just want to produce songs that I can become famous that I can make a lot of money and Muslims have a lot of entertainment. No, there is a purpose. There's a reason. And what is that reason? When De Soto and the defend the help themselves member the male's lemo after they have been wronged. What does it mean by this? Basically, we see that there are two types of boys,

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one, those who are liars, those who Roman everybody, those who talk about every nonsensical thing. And they say what they do not do. The second type of voice or who those who believe, do good. They remember Allah, so their poetry does not distract them.

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You understand? Because sometimes people who do poetry who say poetry who write songs, it becomes such an obsession that all the time, this is what they're thinking about. They're distracted from what is more important. So the court of law kathira, this is a condition because it does not distract them from what is more important. And through their poetry. What are they doing? They're defending Islam? When does autumn embodiment really move? They held themselves after they have been treated unjustly. So they use their poetry as a tool. Why? To defend Islam, to spread Islam.

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So what do we see that poetry in and of itself is not evil? You understand? poetry in and of itself is not bad. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he liked poetry, he listened to it, he himself said it. And sometimes the altar disapproved of it. Good poetry has a good outcome. And evil poetry has an evil outcome.

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So poetry in and of itself is not bad. What is it that makes it good or bad? The way you use it, its usage.

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So basically, it's like a tool, just like a computer. You can use it to watch wrong things, you can use it to waste your time. And you can also use it to save your time, isn't it, you can use it to do a lot of productive beneficial work. So it's a tool, it really depends on how you use it. You can use your computer so that it eats up your life, you can use your computer so that you can spread the message of Islam to others.

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So poetry is also like that it's a tool, the way you use it makes it good or bad.

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Now, at the time of the prophets are a lot of poets, by the poetry, it was a big deal.

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If you said poetry in praise of someone, let's say a big leader, and they heard it,

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they would give you lots of money, you would become rich within days. Within hours, people would literally have contests, poetry contests, in which the best Boyd he would be greatly rewarded at the time of Hajj, people would come and they would say poetry, you know about their tribal leaders about their ancestors. This is why the people were told that at the time of Hydra remember a lot more than used to remember your father's. So they would say poetry similar to the Arabs, they would have the best point from their tribe, who would praise the tribe who would describe the tribe and very honorable terms, who would insult the other tribe. So it was like warfare as well. Literally, people

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would have wars with one another how, through poetry. The poets were like the spokesman, the spokesperson of the tribes. So every tribe would have its best boy who would speak up in defense in praise of their tribe, against the other tribe. They were like representatives and through poets. A lot could be done. Remember that? Right after the Osen has emerged? They were sitting and this Jewish man he came and he said some boy

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And it literally led the Olson has managed to raise up arms against one another. This is how great of an effect boy tree would have on people at that time. It was a big deal. Just like the media today,

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we see that the Leben arm of he reported that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said about poetry that is evil that poetry is in the same position as speech. The good of it is like good words. And it's bad part is like bad words. So just like your words, your speech, if you say good words, good for you, good for others, if you say bad, bad for you. Similarly, poetry.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in them in a Sherry Hickman, there is some wisdom and poetry that all poetry is not evil. Sometimes you listen to poetry, you listen to something, you read some poetry and you really learn a lot in them in assurity hekla than

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ever, I really want to hear a portrait of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, it is better for a man to fill his belly with oozing pus, than to fill it with poetry. What kind of poetry that is evil, that is a waste of time, that is of those who have nothing better to do in life aimless poets, aimless singers.

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So think about it. Some poetry is a means of great benefit and other poetry is a means of great harm.

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And when I'm talking about poetry, think about songs, music singing. Now, definitely music is something that is how long but there are some points. Like for example, if there have an Islamic nature, you listen to them once or twice what happens. It really motivates you do something good. It really affects you. Like for example, you might even look at him, he has this casita, lunia. It's a very, very long casita. And it's called New Nia because every verse ends with a new and he talks about aqeedah he talks about the names of Allah, he talks about so many great things in that consider what you can learn from that is so much. So, every kind of poetry is not evil, some poetry

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is evil, and some poetry is good. And about bad poetry. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said it is better for a man to fill his belly with oozing pus. Just imagine, then to fill it with poetry.

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I will say that, he said that we were walking with the profits on a lot of sudden when suddenly a boy who was singing came before us. The profits are the loudest Adam said sees that shape. one

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sees that children. And then he said it is better for a man to fill the inside of his body with bus than to fill it with poetry.

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And if you think about it in poetry, in songs, many times there's a lot of exaggeration, a lot of lies, a lot of untrue statements, a lot of things that distract you from what is more important, like for example, some as she does well, you listen to a sheet once or twice, okay? It's meaningful, it benefits you. But what's the point of listening to it again and again and again, just like you're listening to music. And sometimes children, they're made to listen to so many nasheet not as much as Quran and what happens on their tongues they're singing, and as she as they should be reciting Quran or as they should have memorized the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah. So yes, they are

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beneficial, but it should not be too excessive. And if there isn't a sheet, it should be really meaningful, it should be beneficial. So we learned that the prophet SAW the lot is that him said that the most beloved of you, and the closest of you, to me, on the Day of Resurrection, are the best of you in conduct, the best of you encounter, most beloved, and the closest to me on the Day of Judgment. And the most unbecoming of you, to me, the most disliked of you, to me, on the Day of Resurrection, are the docketed docketed, those who talk too much. And if you think about it, sometimes in poetry, one word after the other, one verse after the other, endlessly, the boast for

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those who show off. And the motive phase is going to the companions, as we know the talkative and the boastful. Who are these elements of a goon, the Messenger of Allah, the Lord, as Adam said, the arrogant. And another narration, they're described as those who open their mouth wide when talking to talking in a manner that they're screaming loudly. And if you think about the way people think sometimes even machines, are they singing

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with their mouths wide open, as if they're in a concert, as if they're inciting people do evil. So one has to be very, very careful that if he's singing, if he's saying something, if he's promoting something, he should not talk in a manner that is harsh, that is disrespectful that is boastful, that is arrogant, because such people will be very, very far from the profit, subtle autism on the Day of Judgment.

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And over here with regards to boys that it has been said that they say what they do not do

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Sometimes even in the machine, what do people say? Things such as you know, if we go to Medina will ever come back, and only if we could go there, big things, big statements, far from reality, isn't it?

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said about such that a man will be brought on the Day of Resurrection, and he'll be thrown into the fire and his intestines will spill forth. And he will go around them as a donkey goes around the millstone and the people of * will gather around him and they will say also And so, what is the matter with you? Did you not tell us what is good and forbid what is evil? He will say yes, but I used to enjoin good, but not do it myself. Then I used to forbid evil and do it myself.

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So, people who say what they do not do such people are very much disliked by a loss parameter.

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So even in poetry, a person must be careful that he is truthful. Now the poet's that are like, Who are they? This ayah tells us that Illallah Dena mano y mano slowly hottie with very little luck.

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This is a condition Amano where amilo sila had not what unknown Yoku Luna Malaya for what Dakota la kathira this specific condition because poetry normally what does it do to a person it makes him heedless of the drama

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that sometimes people are listening to initiate, you know, singing the sheet, but they're not reading Quran as much. They're not remembering a lot as much. So many times poetry is a means of distracting a person from the dhikr of Allah. This is why this is a condition. And we see that at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they were great boys. As I mentioned, you have them assigned him in Sabbath I should have said that Hassan even Sabbath he has a messenger of Allah for permission to satirize the mashiki to say poetry in their insult, in order to insult the machine because they insulted the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in their poetry as well. So he asked permission

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if he could say something in response to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam granted him permission. And before that, he said, and what about my lineage, that if you insult my tribe, if you say something against them, then in reality, you will be insulting me as well because I belong to the same people. So Hassan said, I will extract you from them as a hair is taken from do

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I will exempt you from them that in my poetry I'll be very, very careful. Once we see that Sofia, when he read poetry against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam sector has said, even savvy over your home, that you also do their Hajj in response hedge with poetry that is said in ridicule of someone. Or he said that had you him? Would you be in America ridicule them inverse and to be honest with you, and for Hassan even savate, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam ultimate rather along a year to build a headquarters, that Allah assisting with the angel Djibouti withdrew her goddess, and Hassan even savate. He said, poetry in defense of the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam against the machine of Makkah, against the idolaters, in the masjid before the people, and it was very, very effective. And we see that has sided with fabric, he said, such great poetry, that there are actually books and books today, which compile his poetry and they also explain them. This is one of the books it's called the one of her sentiment fabrika, I'm sorry. And in it, his poetry is mentioned. And there's also a little bit of an explanation. So there are many books that exist today, which mentioned, which talk about his poetry. So we see that poetry is a great tool. It's a great tool, it can be used to really motivate people, it can be used to turn

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people away from their religion as well. It's a great tool.

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And we see that some people have been given this skill,

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isn't it, that when they talk, they talk very eloquently. And these days, there is also the spoken word, they have the ability to really do well when it comes to spoken word. So this is a skill that people have been given. And those people who have been given the skill, they will use it,

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they will use it either to promote themselves, or to talk about the one whom they love, or to talk about what they like to do or to talk about what they don't like. But this skill that Allah has given you, what should you use it for?

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To spread the deen?

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Because the way you can affect someone with poetry, you cannot affect them with a lecture. Remember that? It's not the same, it has a completely different impact. So if a person has been given this ability, if a person has been given the skill, what should he use it for? To spread the it's a great tool. But unfortunately, what is our state today

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that when it comes to satisfying our own selves, when it comes to doing what we want to do, we'll do our best. But when it comes to the dean, we say we don't know what to do. We don't have anything to do.

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We don't have the skills. So it's very, very important that we use this skill to serve the DEA.

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And over here last panel data says about such boys that Illallah Dina m&r middle Sally had what they called a la hackathon Juan de Soto mimbar de Malzieu. What's this one? That when they have been ridiculed, when they have been insulted, so if they believe in poets, if they say some poetry in their defense, then it is permissible for them? Because if you think about a sign of insanity, ask permission to say poetry against the machine of Makkah. You think about it, we're not technically supposed to do that. But because this was a crime committed against the believers, they were allowed to take revenge. Just like killing someone is not allowed. But if they've killed you, if they've

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killed your family members, and you're allowed to because this is the same thing we don't insult the shooter I have 41 that one I'm going into saverda with me for hula, aka merrily him in Serbia, that whoever Avengers himself after having been wronged, then there is no blame on the

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international I 126. We learn we're in our accommodation for our people. We miss him I reflect on the weather in Silverton la hydel, this lobby, if you do want to take revenge, then you have to do so exactly as how you were wronged. Not more than that. And if you're a patient that's better for you.

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And then the last parameter it says was they are no more Latina salomo and those people who have wronged they will know a year mon Caliban young collarbone. That they will know to what kind of return they will be returned.

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Meaning the wrong doors they will see their outcome very soon.

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Right now, they're using their portrait against the Prophet sallallahu sallam. They're accusing him, they're falsely blaming him. Very soon they will see their outcome, they will come to know where they stand. Right now they may have the upper hand every other day, one point would come say something against the Prophet subtle autism insulting the Quran, insulting the Sahaba, insulting the Prophet ceremony center.

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So right now they may appear to have the upper hand, but very soon you will see them defeated.

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And we see this at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam it happened. Now even today, it's quite possible that the great tools, media, it's being used against the religion. But this is not forever. Very soon that people will come to know about their end.

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Institute of Art I have 42 we learn once a year or lemon cofell, lemon or COVID and the disbelievers they will know for whom is the final outcome.

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They will know for whom is the final outcome for the believers or for the disbelievers and the word one other from the root letters of lambda

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pallava you can live in Colombian culture, what does it mean to turn around to turn upside down? So mukalla place of return?

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So what's the main lesson that we learn from these is the final is of the main lesson. Practically? What do you think you can do? What do you think you're going to do? What have you intended to do?

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Think about it. If you have been given the skill of good writing, of good speaking, that you have been granted good vocabulary, and you are good at writing poems, you're good at writing poetry, you're good at composing spoken word, then what should you do? use that skill to do what? To serve the DEA.

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So practically, what will you do now? something so important Come on.

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Stay away from what

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nonsense Portree no matter what form it is in

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something that does not benefit you. Something that does not bring any kind of benefit to you. Neither of this dunya nor of the aka love, this is what love is right.

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And always remember that who follows assura alone

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hamdulillah we have been given the Quran we should not be among those who have our wounds, those who have nothing better to do in life. So they're listening to other people's romantic stories and other people sad stories and other people breakup stories. This is what they're listening to.

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You have a better golden life. Your life is more precious than that.

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And if you listen to that, if you indulgent that it's going to distract you from the decor of Allah. It's not going to let you take this Quran in. Remember, if you continue listening to this stuff, if you continue to indulge in this stuff, it will not let your heart accept the Quran. Because it's either this or it is the

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recitation of

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Bill kumana

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Ash-Shuara 192-227 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 221-227

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