Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 21 – L218B

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Al-Ahzab 1-8 Tafsir 1-3

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accountability measures on rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim lesson number 218, pseudo Ayah number 123. So that is emergency surah. And it was revealed in the fifth year of hegira. So, five years after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam migrated to Medina, then the sutra was revealed.

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disorder has 73 verses

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the word is a plural of his, and what does his mean? A group of people. Basically, it is used for a group of people that have gathered together for one cause under one flag. And it's used for an army as well.

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So, it's not just used for a group of people who have the same goal who have the same objective. But it's like an army. They're fighting in order to attain that objective.

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And this what is called a hazard, because it mentions the Battle of and the hazard. And in that battle, what happened, many of the groups from all over Arabia, they gathered up against the Muslims, and they came to Medina in order to attack the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Sahaba in their own city.

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So because many, many groups had come, this is why it's known as a hazard. And this battle is also known as the Battle of handcock.

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And what is hon duck trench? Because in order to defend the city, what did the prophets that allowed them to say that they were going to dig trenches on one side in order to defend the city and the surah also mentions the expedition against the Jewish tribe of Bunker River, which inshallah we will learn about in detail as well.

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And this all is a muddy soda. And as you know that money sources generally, what do they have in them,

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commands, icon laws, tertiary commands, commands that are pertaining to the [???]tier legal laws. And in this sort of also, there are many laws, especially with regards to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his household. And not just that, but also many practices of the time of ignorance are abolished in disorder. There were many practices that were common, such as the bunny adoption. Similarly, we have, and many other practices which are abolished in disorder. And along with that, there's also the command of hijab, which is given in disorder.

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If you notice, a little Azov is mentioned in the Quran, after a group of Monkey soldiers. We have been reading monkey sores, and now all of a sudden there is a motherly solar, just as we learned sooner to know after a group of murky souls, and actors were to accept again, a group of murky souls will begin. Why?

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Because murky sources, what do they talk about? What did they mention email, and madrasahs. They mentioned a hacker,

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Marquis surahs, emphasize on the heat. They have judgment, accountability,

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and muddy so as they tell you what you have to do. Now think about it. A person who's a man is not strong, no matter how many laws he knows, aren't they meaningless Didn't they would be why? Because he knows what to do. But he doesn't have the fear of a loss of data. He doesn't have fear of judgment of accountability, so he will not care to implement the commands. So this is a great wisdom in the order of disorders, that a group of machimura which strengthen your email, which encourage you which boosts your email and then Madani sutras in which their anchor, which they're easier to accept after the man has been strengthened.

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So let's see the solar that what kind of commands or last parameter that has given in this order in particular

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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Yeah, a you Hannah bu, O Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. It de la la her fear Allah 123 real Katharina well, Mona Tina, and do not obey the disbelievers and hypocrites. In law, her kana are leavin. hekima Indeed Allah He is ever knowing and he's also wise. We see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is directly being addressed. Yeah, au Hana bu and the word and nubby is from the veterans noon bear Well, one is from the newsletter is known by well from the word Nagoya and never is used for a high raised place. So nabby prophet is someone whose status is elevated whose position is high. His position is not like the position of other people, but rather he is on a nebula.

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Compared to the

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The rest of the people.

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Secondly, the word nubby is also derived from the root letters known by Hamza and what does that mean? news. So who is an OB? He gives important news to the people. So yeah you Hannah bu or Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Apparently, only the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being addressed however this command is general.

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And if you notice, the prophets are a lot of them is not addressed over here by his name. It hasn't been said yeah, Mohammed, it definitely let her know what has been said. Yeah, you have to be you. Because in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala never addresses the prophets out of artists and and by his name, he is always addressed by some lockup, some title, or some was some description. So for example, over here, when he's addressed as yet a un Airbnb is what is lack of his title? Yeah, au Ergo soon, that is what his lockup and was, like, for example, the AU L. Muslim, really, the one who is wrapped up al modesitt. That is a description meaning that was a state that he was in at the

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moment. And why is it so that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is never addressed by name. This is for the purpose of respect, and also to teach us that we need to respect him, and we need to honor him. And part of respecting someone is what not calling them by their name.

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And this is something that is an Islamic tradition as well, that when someone is elderly, when someone deserves respect, you don't just go and call them by their name. Because unfortunately, in today's culture, what has happened, whether it's a teacher or someone who is 20 years older than you, or is your aunt, or your uncle, or your neighbor, they may be very much older than you, but still, what is the way just call people by their name. But this is something that is not encouraged by a religion. Someone who has a higher position, what do they deserve? Respect. And part of respect is that you don't just go on calling people by their name, but rather by their title, or by some

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description, because it is a part of respect. And we see that the other prophets of Allah, how are they addressed in the Quran? by name and this shows the highest status of the profits of Islam compared to the rest of the profits as well. Like for example, Adam or insulin Isn't he addressed as yet Adam? Yeah, Adam was going under was able to call Jana

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new Harrison yeah new hospital beside me or no dissent with these from us. On he was disembarking from the ship. Similarly, musala sannomiya Moosa in the annaleigh.

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Ibrahima Hassan What are they now who ayya Ibrahim yes Acharya in Aruba? sroka yah, yah hoo deal kita Babu coverting urisa in the Moto, a FICO or our fear okay. So we see that many prophets of Allah subhanaw taala How are they addressed in the Quran directly by name, but Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam never ever binding and this shows his highest status. And it also teaches us that we need to respect him in the way that we speak about him in the way that we mentioned him. And part of that is that when his name is mentioned, what do we do?

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We say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we censor that and Salaam upon him.

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So yeah, you have to be you. Oh Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it tequila her fear Allah.

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What does it mean by this? That the prophets on aloneness that have not already fear of loss parameter?

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Think about it. Did he not fear a lot already? Of course he did. So what's the objective of saying fear Allah that remain in fear of him?

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This is just like, yeah, you have Latina armano um you know, that Oh, you have believed believe? What does it mean adhere to your belief? remain firm on your belief. Similarly, oh prophets Allah virus lm fear Allah, meaning remain in fear of him.

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So this is a command which gives the meaning of esteem raw meaning continue in this. It tequila. And what is the quote? I have told you many, many definitions of taqwa even Habibi, said, the decoy is that you act according to the guidance that Allah Subhana Allah has given.

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What do you do? You act according to the guidance that Allah subhanaw taala has given while hoping for his reward.

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So it's not that you're doing what you're doing what Allah has said, but you do it with the hope of reward from him, and that you refrain from disobedience, according to the guidance given by him while fearing his

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punishment,

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how often what the man bought should be there. So,

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whenever and do not do Clairol Katharina do not obey the disbelievers. And who else? Well, Mona Filipina and the hypocrites, Fear Allah meaning obey Him. And who should you not obey? Who should you not listen to? Whose commands should you not abide by? Alka Farina? Well, Muna 15, or caffeine. Those who reject the law of Allah supplanted those who refuse to accept it, deny it, and one African those who pretend to be Muslim, but they're not actually Muslim.

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So don't obey them. Don't listen to them. And remember that in the law, her Cana Eileen and hekima Indeed Allah, He is ever annoying, and he's also wise. Ghana is very mildly. It's a verb of past tense. However, over here, we will not understand this as that Allah was our demon hacking, but rather one can it appears with the names of Allah subhanaw taala. What does it mean, ever, he is ever attribute it with these attributes. So he's ever attributed with the attribute of knowledge and wisdom. He was knowledgeable, he is knowledgeable, he will always be knowledgeable. His knowledge is not limited to the past. No, it includes everything. It doesn't just contain the knowledge of that

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which is apparent No. But he knows that which is apparent and also that which is hidden. And he's also Hakeem meaning he's also wise in whatever he creates, in whatever he commands in how he regulates the affairs of the heavens and the earth. He is wise. Therefore, he is more deserving that you obey him.

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Why is it mentioned over here in the login aren't even hakima that don't obey the caffeine and the benevity. Instead, you should have a loss of penalty because he has already been hacking,

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as I mentioned to you earlier, that the address is specifically to the profits on a larger center, but the command this is general.

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Because think about it, who could have more taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala than the prophets of the Lord isn't? Can anyone claim from his own man, that they have more taqwa of Allah? No, they cannot. So what does it show that no matter what rank no matter what position

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a person may have, it is incumbent on him to fear a law.

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Think about it, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam compared to the rest of the people,

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and before that, all of the profits in comparison to normal people, and then the profits or losses are compared to the rest of the profits. isn't his position very high, compared to the common people, and compared to the rest of the profits even isn't as high? Of course, it's very high. But still, what is he told it the fear of love.

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Now, if he has been commanded to fear a lot than what is a command for us, think about it. If he is being instructed, have fear of Allah, remain in fear of Allah never leave the taqwa of Allah, then what does it mean for us?

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The same command, so no person can absolve himself of this, that I do not need to fear Allah, I do not need to obey this, I do not need to care about what Allah subhanaw taala has forbidden, I am above the law. No, no person is above the law. If the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not above the law, then how can any other person be?

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And this is why we see that this habit when they were reminded it that the last year alone are mostly learnable. What was his reaction? He put his cheek on the ground. Many times what do we think if someone tells us to fear Allah, we take it as a curse word, we get offended. How dare you say to me, Fear Allah, you think I don't fear Allah, I already fear him. Whereas the fact is, that if the prophets of Allah Islam is being told it tequila, then we need that reminder even more, we need that instruction even more. This is not an offensive statement. So never get offended if somebody says to you fear of loss because of the profits or losses and was being told the same goes for us.

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What did we learn earlier, that alladhina luquillo will be here hallucigenia that those people who truly believe in the Ayat of Allah who, when they are reminded of the if they submit, they fall down in frustration. And at the end of the day, what has been said well, is that we don't they're not arrogant. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has been told it tequila have the same command is also for us.

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And then the second thing that has been mentioned is whether to play McAfee, Rena, while manavi Pina do not obey the caffeine. And

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why is this mentioned? What does it mean by

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Just think about it.

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a disbeliever someone who rejects the commands of Allah subhanaw taala. He does not accept them. he opposes them. He denies them refuses to accept, what is he going to tell you to do? To follow the commands of Allah? No, he's not going to tell you to do that. And when I feel someone who pretends to be a Muslim, but he has some hidden objectives,

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he claims to be a believer, but his heart is elsewhere. What is he going to call you to obedience to Allah? subhanaw taala? No. So this is why the tutorial Katharina while Muna 15 do not obey them.

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And before this, what has been mentioned it dakila have fear Allah, because only when a person fears Allah, then he will have the confidence to not obey the caffeine. And when

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you see, throughout history, there have been people who oppose this religion of Islam, who oppose the law that Allah subhanaw taala has revealed. If it's happening today, this is not something new.

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Just the other day I was reading in the paper, that some states they are trying to completely ban circumcision for boys. They're trying to make it illegal.

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And once it's illegal, then what does it mean? You can't do it. And if you do it, you're going to be penalized, you're going to be punished in one year in jail.

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Now imagine, what are we told lentil Theron cafe de novo nothing where Allah has given a command, you're not going to obey them. You're not going to listen to them. But what is going to give you the confidence, the fear of a loss of time. It took a little while to tell Katharina well, Mona 15. And it's unfortunate that people who claim to be Muslim, what are they doing? opposing the law of Islam?

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That don't let children pray in school? People who claim to be Muslim who have Muslim names, but they are opposing. So what does Allah say? Whether someone claims to be a Muslim on the outward or someone outright denies the law of Allah, you're not going to listen to them? Who are you going to listen to? Allah subhanaw taala. This is why I have few of them.

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But remember, that this command of not obeying the disbelievers and hypocrites This is not a general command. What it means is that when they tell you to do something that contradicts the command of Allah, then you will not obey them.

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Like, for example, you work at a place you have a boss who is not a Muslim, then you do your work and you say, No, no, I'm not military guy feeling.

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He can't do that. Okay. Because some people, this is what they say. Like, for example, traffic laws, they won't follow. They'll say this is a law of disbelievers. We're required not to obey them. We're only supposed to follow a line as messenger. No, lateral Katharina Wellman f 18. This is when what they tell you contradicts what Allah subhanaw taala has commanded.

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Why? Why is it so? Because, as we have learned earlier, there is no obedience to the creation in disobedience to the Creator.

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No obedience to creation and disobedience to the Creator. And if you think about it, who is it that deserves the most obedience out of all people? It's one's parents. But Allah subhanaw taala has not even given this right to parents that even if they tell you to do something wrong, are you going to listen to them? No, you're not going to listen to them falletto teratoma you will not obey them. So, if a disbeliever if a monastic is telling you to go against the commands of the Shia, then you're not going to listen to them.

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And finally, at the end of the ayah, Allah subhanaw taala says in the work and are the human hekima, Allah, He is our leave and Hakeem. He is Aleem, he knows the apparent and he knows the hidden. Why? Because he's Audible, he was Shahada, therefore you cannot hide anything from him. This is actually a warning as well.

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Because think about it, if a person tells us to do something, or they tell us to not do something,

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when they're around, what do we do? We listen to them. But when they're not around, what do we do? Typically? Whatever we wish. Why? Because they don't know. They won't find out. They're not early. But what do we see over here in the law? How can I leave and he knows if you obey Him, or you disobey Him. He knows when you have fear of him and you don't have fear him. He knows when you prefer others over him in the law, cannot Lehman Be careful. Allah knows you very well. And he's also hacking him. Why is this mentioned that any command that Allah gives it is based on what is his wisdom?

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Think about it, who is our Creator? Allah, who is our Razak? Allah who is Allah and who knows us completely more than we know ourselves.

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Almost a panel diner. So how is it possible that he would give us a command which is not good for us? Impossible, he would always command us to do that which is beneficial for us, because he knows what's good for us. He knows what's bad for us. So hakima has been mentioned over here. Do make us realize that every command of Allah, every instruction of Allah is good for you. Therefore, even if the entire world tells you don't do it, what are you going to do? You are going to do it. Even if the entire world tries to stop you, you're not going to listen, because in the law cannot a Lehman hekima he has more knowledge, and he's more wise than other people. What aware and follow, may you

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have a Laker that which has been revealed to you, Milan Baker, from your Lord, in the Lucha kana Bhima Dharma Luna hubiera Indeed, Allah is Ever with whatever you do, he is acquainted in the previous ayah what has been said, Fear Allah, and do not obey the caffeine and the Mana 15. Instead, who should you obey? What should you follow? What there may you have electronic lockpick?

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It will it D bar, what does that mean to follow? And the difference between a T bar and a bar? What are the differences that if r is to obey someone when they come and you? Like, for example, I tell you do this work, and you do it. This is what it's our obedience.

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But it devour is to obey without even being instructed. Why? How?

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Because it's so obvious you're supposed to do it.

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It's so obvious that you're supposed to do to whether or not you were told it the bar is what did you follow?

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Like, for example, many times, there are some chores in the house that are understood.

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Like for example, if you see the floor is dirty, what does it mean? It needs to be clean. Do you have to wait for your mother to come and yell at you that please mop the floor sweep the floor? We have to wait. We don't have to when you see the floor is dirty. What does it mean? You have to clean it. You can't say oh, you never told me?

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Because many times this is what we say. I was never told. We were never told you never told me. This is why I didn't do it. Wasn't it obvious? Of course it was obvious. So what Avira has been said so that we don't just go for Okay, what are the do's and what are the don'ts? what has been said in common and what has been said in it and only care about that? know, whatever you're supposed to do? Do it in a bear follow? Follow what may you have a Laker meaning all that has been revealed to you from your Lord. And may you have a Laker man over here first to everything that has been revealed to you, whether it is in the form of course on whether it is in the form of where he that is mutlu,

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where he that is recited or where he that is laid material that is not recited because remember that the prophets of Allah Islam what was revealed to him the Quran and also along with that many other instructions

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like for example, the way to pray Salah is a described in the Quran. It's not described in the Quran. So how did the Prophet sallallaahu Selim pray in that particular way? Did you just invented himself? No, my auntie Coronel Hawa. So how did he pray in that way? He was taught to pray that way. So those teachings, those instructions you will not find in the Quran, but you will find them were in the Sunnah. So what the we are manual hi alayka all that has been revealed to you follow that? Whatever instructions whatever guidance has come to you from Allah follow that, in the law cannot be met our Medina hubiera. Again, this is a warning that Indeed Allah, He is fully aware of whatever

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that you do the math or maluna? Anything that you do, Allah is fully aware of it. So what do we see in this ayah that another command is being given? What we

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now think about it? If the prophets are about Islam is being commanded to follow the law? Imagine even he's not above the law, then what about us? Doesn't the same go for us? If he is being told, follow everything that has been revealed?

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Don't make exceptions for yourself. Don't leave parts out and do some. Don't follow your desires when it comes to following the command of a lot. No. May you have a look at everything that has been revealed. Follow that observe that then what's the command for us? Do we have the right to pick and choose? No. Can we say this I find easy and convenient. Therefore I'll do it. And this I find very difficult, challenging, therefore I'm not going to do it. Can we do that? No. We cannot do that.

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If the

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Prophets, Allison was not given a choice, then we also have not been given a choice. Because if anyone wants to be exempted, it would have been Who? The Prophet sallallahu sallam, because he was the most righteous of all people. Because there's many people who claim that once a person reaches a particular level of piety, then he doesn't need to follow the laws.

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Yes, that once a person reaches a particular level of conviction, then for instance, he doesn't need to pray anymore.

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And what's their evidence? Why would Rebecca had a theory

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that worship your Lord until you have your team?

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Meaning when you get your team then you don't need to worship anymore?

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This is how they interpreted Where's your thing in that context? It means that but they misinterpreted saying that once a person reaches a particular level of knowledge, a particular level of piety, sainthood, then he doesn't need to praise Allah for instance anymore. But what do we see that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam he was praying Sunnah.

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Until when, until his death. He did miss work he did, will do while he was in so much pain. And he prayed Salah in so much pain, if he was required to pray, if he was required to follow, then how can we say that we don't need to follow. We don't need to pray. We don't need to do this. And we don't need to do that. Unfortunately, there are many amongst Muslims who say that, yeah, I don't pray. However, I'm very good to people.

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It's more important to be nice. It's more important to be courteous, it's more important to be honest. And this is why I don't pray. This is why I don't wear the hijab. I'm very modest on the inside. Therefore, I don't need to wear on the outside. But what do we see that when it comes to the commands of Allah subhanaw taala, we do not have a choice. Any command that Allah has given, we're supposed to follow it as it is, without making exceptions, without considering ourselves to be very pious. without considering ourselves, many of those commands know we're supposed to follow all of them. Because the prophets that Allison was told to follow, and at the end is a warning in the law

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cannot be met or Madonna hubiera Allah, He knows very well of whatever you do, you cannot hide from him. You can try to deceive people. You can try to cheat them. You can try to fool them, but you can never ever fool. Never. Because sometimes what happens, people obey in front of some people. And when it comes to their own private lives, then what happens? What happens? They do whatever they wish, all the commands that they were following, gone finished. They're not a part of their lives anymore. But what do we see? Anything that you do? Allah is watching you, he is fully aware of it. And who's told you to follow these commands anyway? Is it people are lost a penalty, Allah. So when

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he has commanded you, you're supposed to follow him wherever you are.

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And this part of the ayah in the law cannot be met Dharma Luna hubiera Dharma Luna has also been read as Yama, Luna, Dharma Luna has also been read as Yama, Luna they do that Allah is fully aware of whatever they do, and they're forced to do and Catherine Wellman, everything that don't listen to them, don't obey them. Instead, obey what Allah has commanded you to do.

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And ask for their plots and plans and their tricks and their opposition and their mockery. And their discouragement. Allah knows about it. So leave it to him. He'll take care of it. What our color the law and rely upon Allah, trust upon Allah. Though a Cal from the root letters, well, calf lamb.

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What does the word could mean?

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To trust in someone? What does it mean by trusting someone?

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Just try to imagine, what does it mean by trusting someone? Think about it. When you trust someone, what does it mean? You know that they know what's better for you.

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That whatever they do will be good for you. They will never do anything that could harm you.

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You trust them. So you're willing to sacrifice you're willing to give up you're willing to obey them,

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knowing that you have their full support. Basically, using trusting someone means that you have a firm belief in their reliability, that they're reliable. Because when you trust someone who's not reliable, one day they show up the other day, they don't show up. So trusting someone is that you firmly believe in their reliability. You firmly believe in their truthfulness, their honesty, in their ability in their strength. And as a result, what do you do you hand over your affairs to them?

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Like for example, many times people, they hire a lawyer

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They hand over their case to them. And they say, okay, you are going to take care of this issue for us. But which kind of lawyer would they hire? any ordinary lawyer? know, someone whom they can rely on someone who's reliable, someone who is honest, someone who is able someone who is strong, who has experience, and then you leave your metric to them, otherwise, you will not trust them, you will not leave your metric to them.

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So over here, what is the profits all of us have been told that what are what can I love and trust upon Allah, depend on him fully rely on him regarding this affair of yours which affair of not obeying the caffeine and the 115 instead of obeying Allah, following the law, observing the law, and with regards to every other situation, completely trust and rely upon him, leave it to him, he'll deal with your matters with a worker and a law. worker fabula you Akilah and sufficient is Allah as Disposer of affairs gafa he is sufficient, what is key fire, when something is enough in such a way that nothing else is needed? after that? Nothing else is needed? No one else is needed after them.

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So cafe Bella, you Akilah and who is working? Someone who is trusted on someone on whom you do the work? So a caretaker a guardian.

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So welcome. fabula, you Akita Allah sufficient as your protector, as your guardian, as someone to take care of your affairs. He's sufficient. What do we see over here? That the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he is being commanded to have to work on? I don't know.

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And the same command is true for us, because the addresses to him but the command is general. And also if you think about it, logically, did he not trust on a lot already? Did he not? Of course he did. And Was there anyone who was more beloved to Allah subhanaw taala than him from the oma? No, but still we see that the profits are the lowest and and what did he do? He trusted upon Allah, He is being told to trust on Allah. So if he is being told to trust on Allah, then the same command is for us.

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And when a person relies on along with conviction, then this tawakkol is actually an act of Riba. It's an act of worship. Why? Because whenever a person does anything with the intention, that he's following the command of Allah, then that action becomes an act of worship. So when Allah has that debacle, and a person does the water cooler than what is that worship, or rather,

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what what color Allah wa kafa biLlahi Makita. The thing is that anything that you find difficult, anything that you find challenging, but at the same time, it is important, you cannot do it on your own. You need someone to support you. You need someone to rely on, you need someone to back you up. You need someone to say it's okay, try if there's any difficulty, I'll help you.

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Sometimes it's the smallest of things even very small. You know, it's amazing how sometimes girls are putting makeup on and constantly they're asking their friends, this is okay. Is it okay? They're going somewhere, and they'll take their friends along with them, they won't go to the washroom alone, they won't go to a store alone. They want to buy something to go with their friends. Why is it so? Because we are weak, we are human beings. And if anything goes wrong, then we suffer. And we want that someone should help us at that time of suffering. Someone should be by our side. So when it comes to following the commands of Allah soprano, dada, when it comes to following, may you have

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a kind of a big, this is not something easy. It comes with a lot of challenges with a lot of difficulties. Sometimes you have to fight against yourself. Sometimes you have to go against the people. You're doing something that nobody else does. You're perhaps the only one in class with the hijab on at school, it's quite possible at work. You're the only one who does not eat what the rest of the people are eating. Now at this time, what do you need? confidence, isn't it? You need confidence. So where will you get that confidence from? By token that Allah is by my side?

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Allah will take care of me. And if you think about it many times, what is it that stops us? What is it that prevents us from following the commands of Allah, fear of people, they will not support us anymore. They will oppose us they will not be by our side anymore. But what do we see takanohana law, trust on him, he will be with you.

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Leave your matter to him. He will take care of you.

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And many times for the sake of Islam, a person has to make huge sacrifices, huge sacrifices. So

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That time again, what does a person need assurance. So be assured that allies by your side, he'll provide you with something that is better.

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I remember one of my friends, she was working at a bank. And when she found out that what she was doing was unlawful, she was quite concerned that what is she going to do? And she went and asked when the shoe and he said, You have to leave it into or since you're the only person who works in your family, and your work is so important, therefore, you can continue and do as the Father, he just said it to her, you have to leave it. And she said, she left it, trusting on who? Allah subhanaw taala and Allah gave her a better job,

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a much better job. So what do we see that when it comes to obeying the commands of Allah, when it comes to ITAR, when it comes to the core, you cannot do it without

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without the law cool.

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Because that was like what? refraining from heroin. It's our IT IS WHAT doing what Allah has told you to do. You cannot refrain from how long you cannot do what has been commanded except without debacle. Because sometimes these commands become very difficult. Sometimes they require a lot of sacrifice from us. So this is why it has been said with a worker or the lock worker, fabula killer ally sufficient for you. Therefore, be relaxed, don't worry. Don't be concerned, rely on him, and he will take care of your affairs. Now we see the three commands have been given these ads so far. That first of all, it doesn't matter. Secondly, whatever my you have ilica and 30, whatever color anila.

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And along with a tequila, what else has been said legendary caffeine, wellmune African. And these three commands are all interrelated. They're all linked with one another. It's like a triangle,

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that one leads to the other. If you have one corner missing, then your triangle is incomplete. If you have one of these things missing, then your obedience or submission is incomplete. How

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refraining from that which is forbidden.

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It the bar doing what Allah has commanded, and the Wellcome Trust

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when it comes to leaving something for the sake of Allah? Can you leave it without trusting on him? No, you cannot. So taqwa and the Wakil, they're linked together.

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When it comes to following a particular command, it's challenging, it's difficult. Can you do it without the worker, you cannot do it without them.

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And then it devour and taqwa even they're related, because both of them they support one another, you do something, you leave something, you leave something, you do something, because you have to replace one thing with another. So all of these three are interlinked. This is why all these three commands are being given over here. And as I mentioned to you earlier, at the introduction of the solar, that in this solar, many commands are being given, and at the same time, many practices of the days of ignorance are also being abolished. Many practices, which were very common, which were deeply rooted in the Arab society, they were going to be abolished. For that, what do you need? The

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core? What else do you need? The Oracle.

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Because think about it, something that has been a tradition for so long, it's practiced everywhere. All of a sudden, this is wrong, you can't do it. You're supposed to go against the entire society. Imagine how difficult that must have been for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to tell people, we're not allowed to do this anymore.

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Just imagine

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how difficult it must be for the profits on a lot of them to convey this message to the people. So what did you need at that time, not care about the caffeine and the manipulating their criticism, whatever they say. However, they mock whatever they oppose, not care about them, and instead rely upon who are most

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and have this realization that we're supposed to follow everything, whether we like it or we don't like it. So these either like an introduction before those commands are given to prepare the people mentally prepare them mentally, make them ready to accept these comments to accept these changes. Because we see that there are many Muslims even who are very righteous when it comes to their prayers. They'll even pray that God will recite the Quran, but there's some things that are part of their culture of their tradition, and they clearly go against the deen. But they find it extremely difficult to leave it extremely difficult. So what do you need at that time, Docker and Docker.

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Both you need at that time.

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Example. There may be many people who pray, everybody fasts in the family, the little children even do so. But when it comes to wearing the hijab, no, this is something we don't do.

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I'm sure you've seen it. This is something very common. People will very religiously celebrate the month of Ramadan, the month of Shabbat, the month of the ledger, they will make it a big deal. But when it comes to, let's say, wearing the hijab in the family, no way, that's not something that you do, why this is something that we've never done before.

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So this is like going against the tradition against the culture. What do you need at that time, fear of a law realisation that allies are Lehman, Hakeem

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and realization that what may you have alaikum, Arabic, and whatever difficulties will be there, but trust upon Allah, and he will provide a solution for you, He will make a way for you, he will create ease for you,

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam himself here to go against these traditions and these practices that were very common in the Arab society, and he had to make great changes in his family as well. So it was difficult for him. So this is why the Prophet said a lot of sin is being addressed directly and he's been told it took a little while to turn Catalina Wellman

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and he had to convey this to the rest of the people. And as we learned earlier, that the leader you must have conviction himself first, only then can you pass it on. And the leader he must have suffered Only then can he lead.

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So the prophets are allowed is and was being prepared over here to teach these commands to the people to make these changes in the society. Because these changes were not easy. They were not easy.

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They will listen to the recitation

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