Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 22 – L226F

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Rosa Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim

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lesson number 226 solar Sava will begin from ayah. Number 12.

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What is Suleiman rehab and disarray man early salam, we subjected the wind

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in the previous ayah, who is mentioned, that would early Center and the favors that Allah had bestowed into older and s&m there are mentioned amongst them are, that iron was softened for him. And the mountains and the birds were also subjected for him so that when he will glorify Allah, they will also glorify Allah along with him, because they were commanded by Allah subhanaw taala. To do so, shall we be mahu?

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And we see the donor, excellent. What was it all that this blessing that you have been given? that Iran is soft for you? What should you do with it? What should you do with it,

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make chainmail coats of armor, why in order to benefit people.

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And it is said that he would make them by his hand and he would sell them and the money that he would make you would use it to cover his expenses. So he would earn his own livelihood, by his own hand, by his own hard work. And how was the instructor that how should he make the chainmail? Or does that make it properly in the sense that whatever work that you're doing, do it properly do it with excellence. Just because you're doing a worldly chore does not mean you don't do it properly, because if you don't do it properly, then other people will suffer. Think about it. It was only chainmail it was only coats of armor, but he was making them and he was giving them to people. And

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when people would wear them they would have to go to battle that just imagine if he hadn't made them properly. Would the people suffer? Of course how would you feel when you buy something and it breaks the first time you use it? Don't you feel upset? You feel extremely angry feel as if you've been cheated.

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So the other lesson on what was he instructed that when you do your work, do it properly was difficult. Do it properly. And along with that? Where am I Lusaka Don't forget other righteous deeds and remember that Allah is watching you. Because when a person has this awareness that Allah is watching me then he does his work properly.

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And then so a man or he said I was mentioned, when he Sulaymaniyah that for Sulaiman or he sent out, we had subjected the wind, the favors that Allah had bestowed upon today manually said I'm they're being mentioned now. And this wind, what does it mean by this, that it was subjected for him?

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That first of all, it was within his control. So he could make it blow fast, he could make it go slow, he could make a blow in a particular direction. Because salamander smbx had many armies, isn't it? So Jude, and with those, you know, they will travel and he will travel on air, he will travel on water, and he will also travel on land.

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Now, when it comes to traveling by water, what do you need?

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What do you need wins, right? Especially in the olden times, when people use wood you sails. So the wind was in his control.

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If he wanted the wind to blow very fast, he could do that. And like this, they would sail very quickly.

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And if he wanted the wind to blow in a particular direction, even that he could do so it was completely in his control when he saw a man at the helm.

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And secondly, when you say the imaginary that the wind was subjected to him, that he had some form of air travel, they could travel by air, in some way, which way exactly along these days, what do people use planes and helicopters and so on and so forth, at that time alone, rather than what he had, but he had the wind in his control because of which he could travel on air.

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And how would he travel? In what speed gudo Hi, Sharon, it's morning was a month. Meaning Who the hell refers to the rear? That when he would make the wind blow fast, in one morning in will do they were able to travel what a person would normally travel in how long, Sharon a month.

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So we'll do we'll have Sharon and we'll do is used for what part of the day, early morning early part of the day, what are Dota mean ellika when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam left early in the morning at the Battle of button,

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and it's the time between fudges and sunrise.

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How long is it?

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Not too long, isn't it? These days you may have been experiencing it as you're a person who then you were confronted and you can't go back to sleep and you're doing some scar and reading the Quran and you see it's bright outside. It doesn't take that long. Right. So the

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Time of Buddha is just the time between fudger and sunrise. That's it. So in that amount of time,

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probably an hour, maximum an hour and a half. In that long they were able to travel what a person would normally travel. Sharon in a month. What is it show that they had some form of air travel.

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What a wha hoo ha. And it's evening trip was how long? Sharon a month as well.

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From the reflectors law, well, her umbrella is used for the evening. And it's used for the time when the sunsets until nightfall. So from sunset until nightfall again, when there's Twilight in the sky,

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the sunsets, there's still some brightness in the sky, isn't it so

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and then eventually when do pre shot when the Twilight has disappeared when the night has completely fallen? So that time is called Baba.

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And according to others, what Allah is used for, from the time when the sun begins to decline, from the time when the sun begins to decline from the wall

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until sunset.

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So from the time until the sun begins to decline until sunset. So in any way, what is it evening, late afternoon, evening, nighttime, whatever you want to call it. But again, it's not really that long of a period.

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So in that time, again, how much could they travel, Sharon? A month? What do we see over here

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that in one day, so they might notice that I was able to take a trip, that would be a month journey, and also come back in the morning, they would leave, do whatever they had to do and come back in the evening. Just imagine it will take them this little time.

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One more thing we see that the morning is mentioned and the evening is mentioned. And the morning which Park is mentioned early morning. So when would they leave for their work early morning. And they would go do everything and come back by evening.

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It is at the today minor lesson and he would embark with his army onto the wind.

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You may have seen about the magic carpet, right how it flies in the air.

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So aloha arland, they had some form of embarking on the wind, they wouldn't travel by land, but they would embark on the winter, they would float somehow, probably sitting on something. And then the wind was completely under his control. He could make it flow fast, he could make it blow slow. He could make it go right left north south east west in whichever direction that he wanted to.

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This was a huge favor of a lot that was bestowed upon him. Because today even people, if they do have some form of air travel or sea travel, do they have the wind in their control? They don't have it. Many times we see that certain trips, they become longer. Why? Because the wind was not in the favor of people. And sometimes they become shorter because the wind was blowing in their favor. You may have seen that sometimes you go by air, you're traveling and you find out you're arriving 10 minutes early 15 minutes early half an hour early, why? Because the wind is in the favor of the plane right. So, this was a huge favor that was bestowed on a man or his son

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more favorites, special favors what a sudden Allah who and we cause to flow for him a Selma, senior lamb sale, sale is to flow and the word sale is also used for flood because in a flood what's happening constantly the water is flowing.

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So what I sell now we made to flow Lahu for Suleiman or SLM What did we make to flow for him or you know people spring of molten metal right over here does not mean I What does it mean spring because remember iron is also used for a water source because just as from the I tears flow, similarly, from a spring, what flows out water. So, I mean is a spring a fountain a source,

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but from this spring, it wasn't that water gushed out, but what gosh fourth out of it a bit of molten metal

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kafala it can be used for molten brass, copper, iron metal, some kind of metal. So, just as water flows out, similarly, molten metal would flow out for him. And when it would flow out just like lava, right? If you think about it, lava, what is it? It's a very strong mineral and as it flows out, it flows like water almost very slowly. And eventually it cools down, isn't it and when

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when it cools down, it hardens, isn't it? It becomes hard. So similarly this molten brass it would flow out. And just as iron was soft for the odorless

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copper, or metal or brass was soft for a man or his center.

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And he could mold it in whatever shape that he wanted to.

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He could mold it in whatever shape that he wanted to. How do people typically make these metals soft? by heating them up? by exposing them to the fire?

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Remember this little coordinate What did he say attorneys overall? How did

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he made it burn. And then in ajala, Hunan, he made it completely like fire he burned it completely, so that it had become liquid. And then Tony have a lady pepto. Remember PayPal, we also learned over there in Silicon

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Valley, I will pour on it molten brass or metal or something like that. So people have to use fire. And they also have to use some kind of equipment like for example, a hammer or something with which they will constantly beat and hate and strike metal. And because of the heat that is produced by constantly beating it, constantly striking it, then it's possible for you to mold it.

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But look at how easy it was for Solomon or Lisa. It flew for him just as water flows out of a spring that simple was a salmonella who I know.

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More blessings wamena Genie, and off the gin. My yarmulke Albania de Hebei is near a B, who would work before him before who beignet he before cinnamon or an insulin? Meaning right before his eyes, they would work for him who the gin. But how would they work for him, but his new OBE by the permission of his Lord.

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Many people claim that they have been in their control, or that so and so has been in their control. And they tell the gym to do such and such and the gym does it. Or this is what people at least desire. I wish I had a gym in my control. So that when the exam is coming up, I could just tell the gym, go look and tell me what's coming. Or I could just go tell the gym to do this for me do that for me. It doesn't work like that. Because Jin, what do they do?

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It's up to them. If they want to obey you, they'll obey you. And if they don't want to obey you, they will not available.

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This is why when a magician even uses the gin, when a magician he uses a gin. What does he do? He pleases the gin. He sacrifices for the gin makes him happy so that the gin will work for him. But does the gin always work for him? Not necessarily. Does he work the way the magician wants him to? Not necessarily

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but we see that Sulayman or SLM the jinn How do they work for him obediently? Why the is near OBE by the permission of his Lord. This was an exclusive allowance that Allah subhanaw taala had given to cinnamon or his son. This was a special case that the jinn were also subservient to him.

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Which is why he had not just the armies of human beings, but also the armies of the jinn. And also the birds. You can understand this, just as if a person has a bird. He owns a bird. And some birds they can talk you keep the bird in the cage, you train it, you know talk like this talk, they say they say that? And what happens if a guest comes and you tell the parrot to talk with a talk always? No. Sometimes it says Oh, it doesn't know a word. Why? Because it has its own Well, if it wants to talk it will talk.

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But today manually surround the birds were in his control. And likewise the genuine also in his control. And this was only for him. It wasn't for anyone else. Where do we learn this from that Allah subhanaw taala says over here be his Neela be by the special permission of his Lord. And we also learn from a hadith that Abu huraira alarmingly reported that the profits or losses No one said that a highly wicked one amongst the jinn. A highly wicked one amongst the jinn escaped last night to interrupt my prayer meaning he came to interrupt me in my Salah. But Allah gave me power over him to the gym came to interrupt the soul of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam from another Hadith we

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learned that he tried to harm the Prophet sallallahu Sallam but the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given power over him. So he said that I seized him. I caught him and I intended to tie him to one of the pillars of the masjid, so that all of you may look at him. The Prophet sallallahu sallam, what did he intend to do? Tie him up to the masjid so that the people would see the gym the next day and the children would also see the gym The next day, because he had been given authority over the gym.

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But he said that I remembered this application of my brother Sulaiman, that Oh my Lord, forgive me and give me such a kingdom as will not be possible for anyone after me.

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Give me such a kingdom that will not be possible for anyone after me give me such authority that is exclusively for who, for me.

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And part of that authority was all to this authority over the gym.

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So far to this authority was what authority over the gin that no one else has been given, besides Sulaiman or the center.

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The profits are monitored and he was able to, but did he? He didn't, because he remember that there are absolute mannerism and he didn't tie up the agenda.

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And we alternate our nice little MBI number 82. That will mean a shout out to Ed my yellow soon Allah who were Medina Ahmed and Duna Delica will canalla whom halfling and of the devils were those who die for him, they would die for him were into the sea into the ocean. And they would do work other than that as well. They would also do a lot of construction work for him.

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And all this time Allah was of them. He Guardian work on Nana home health, Allah was watching

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to make sure they would not disobey Sulaiman or his Sunnah.

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You understand to be in the Adobe, what does it show that Allah made sure that genuine under him that they would not disobey Suleiman or they said they would not escape him.

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And you remember in sort of Baccarat we learned that after Solomon or Islam die, people accused him of having committed magic, remember, which is why Allah Subhana Allah says, well, America follow suit a man or a king Michel clinica. Right? Because the jinn were under his control. And so people assumed that it was through the power of magic that he had the jinn under his control. It wasn't through magic. What was it? It was a special favor of a lot of money. Just as the birds were made subservient for him. Similarly, the jinn work and these Jin, what would they do my yarmulke? lubaina Yeah, they would work for him. Different different types of work they would do for him and how would

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they do it before him in front of him? Will mania zillman home and whoever deviated from them uses they have anxiety which is to deviate. So whoever deviated amongst them amongst to

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amongst you amongst the jinn, meaning if anyone dare to disobey Suleiman or his Salaam, if anyone dared to deceive him in any way? Because the jinn you can't see? Right? You can't exactly see that in the jinn might say, Okay, I'll do this for you and he doesn't do it. The Jin says, like for example, we learned that when the Queen of Sheba her throne was to be brought the gin offered, or if the twin engine that I will bring the throne.

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Now imagine he goes to bring the throne he never comes back. Could you do that? No way.

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Could he just say, yeah, I'll bring this one and he takes half the things off of the throne. No way he couldn't do it. Because we're manias element him if anyone dare to deviate amongst them on a marina from our command, who's command, the command of Allah to the jinn to obey Suleiman or the Sunnah.

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So if anyone deviated from this command muvico we would make him test mean either read the punishment of the blazing fire.

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What does it mean by this? No, they'll come in or the adversary.

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Some have said this is the punishment in the Hereafter, that those general suffer widgeon

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those who disobey to a man or is

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that just as a human being and insan if he disobeys the command of Allah subhanaw taala then what is the threat? in the hereafter you will have or the adversary What does it show that the general also McAuliffe? What does it mean by mocha love?

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Never heard of that. I've mentioned it so many times.

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accountable. Someone who is accountable. mocha left is from Tech leaf. And what does that leave me? The cliff responsibility Arabic land nucala foon. Epson Illa was Aha. We do not burden a soul. Okay, we don't burden a soul with more

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Then what it can bear. So it's the burden of responsibility. So just as people are macula like a person who is an adult who is saying that he is Mukunda with praying Sunnah, right? He is responsible for praying so that if he doesn't praise Allah, will he be held accountable? Of course. But if there's a five year old child, if he doesn't praise Allah, will he be held accountable? No. If there is a 25 year old person, but they suffer from some mental disorder, and they don't praise Allah, will they be held responsible? No. But we see that the jinn are their macula. They are macula just as a human beings are, because what do we see that if anyone disobeyed, so a man or a salon

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what is for him or the adversary in the hereafter?

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Some have said that what this means is new, the common adversary this punishment was in the dunya, that immediately that gene would be burnt up,

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if any gene dare to disobey. So the mannerism, immediately you will be burnt

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out that an angel would smite him with a flash of fire, that will completely scorch that gene. So they didn't dare to disobey Sulaiman or listen, because of the deviated even slightly, an angel would smite him with a scorcher fire with the lash of fire, and it would completely burn him finish him completely.

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This is just like if a person has said I could see, to protect himself. If a person has said Bismillah before entering the house can shaitan come. If he dares to come, then she had long gets punished.

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Meaning he got some kind of pain, some kind of harm. Like for instance, if he tries to interfere, where he's not allowed to the advocacy has been said, then the angels are guarding right now the shaitaan dares to come. Who will punish him?

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The angel will. This is just like in the heavens when the Quran was being revealed in the skies. Was there a lot of protection? A lot of security? Yes.

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So at that time, if anyone dare to go up there to listen what would happen?

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A shooting star would be hurled at him and that's it, you will be burnt.

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The seminary of any jinn dare to dismiss what a man or an s&m do they'll come in or the adversary even in the dunya.

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Now what what these can do for him, Yama, Luna, Allah, who they will do for him, meaning they made for him, because Armand is also used for making something so they would make for him for cinnamon or Santa Maya, or whatever, that He willed, whatever that he wanted, whatever he wanted, made whatever he wanted constructed. The gin would make it for him.

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These days, what do people use? machinery, equipment, people, but today man or the Senate, what would he use the gym? Because the gym have physical strength, right? They can fly. They can go up, they can dive deep down.

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So Yama, Luna who may have shot? And what is it that they would make for him? mid Mahadeva are elevated chambers mahadi, VISIT FLORIDA michelob. And what is

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a prayer room? A place where a person prays worships Allah? Have we done this word before? Many times, especially in the stories of budding Renaissance, aka Dr. listenin.

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And Muhammad mahadi are basically understood in two ways. Okay, rehab is understood in two ways. One is the prayer room, the prayer chamber.

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And it's right from the word help and what has helped me battle war. So, in this place, when a person is worshiping a loss of panels are Who is he fighting against? is nuts.

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Those of you who have done erotica or you intend to do it in Charlotte, this Ramadan, you will experience that, that you have to fight against what you're not.

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You have to fight against your knifes you just want to lie down and not do anything and just take it easy and go talk to that person and just go see what's going on outside and have a long conversation with someone but you can't do that. You have to constantly battle against your next

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So my job is that place so my hadebe are what massage worship places my arbit places of worship.

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So these gin they would make for a man or an s&m worship places

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where people would go and worship Allah soprano.

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Typically a king, what does he want constructed?

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What kind of places

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Okay, his own palaces, his own residents, monuments. He

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monuments perhaps of his own figure, his appearance his face, right.

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But we see that today mannerism he had constructed massage it and

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secondly, they said that mahari it refers to very high strong palaces and forts. And why they call them a hottie because in times of war in times of battle, what do people attack first?

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We're not looking at worship places. Now we're looking at the fortresses. We're looking at the fantasies

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What do people attack for

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the tallest buildings? Isn't it? Oh, and also the most important buildings like for example, government buildings, right. And we see that for instance, when the Yehuda Claiborne when they were besieged, where were they

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in their fortresses? Remember? So why are they called Mahara? Because they are you horrible? They are attacked? You understand? Why are they called mahari? Because they're you halibel. They're attacked in times of war.

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So, these Jin, what would they construct for salamander and Islam fortresses,

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fortress fortresses, that were made, either for war strategies that in case there is an attack, that is where the people would go and take protection, because Sunni miner doesn't have had many armies. So where he had armies, he also had means of protecting his people. And what was that in the form of fortresses?

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So you're maluna Allahumma, insha, Allah Hurry, and also what am i sila, and images statues, they will also make statues for him.

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The method is a plural of teams al

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Ibrahim al Islam as his father man, how do you feel until the hierarchy phone? What are these damasteel that you are so devoted to?

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What is it himself? What's the root?

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meme set lamb? What does muscle mean? example and what does missile mean? equivalent, that which is similar to the other

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and dim cell, team cell, is an imitation

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is an imitation of something that Allah has made. It's an imitation of something that Allah has made.

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Like for example, Allah subhanaw taala has made human beings.

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Now if a person makes a sculpture of human beings, what does that do himself?

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Similarly, a loss of penalty has made lions if a person makes a sculpture of a lion, what is that? Tim said?

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Allah subhanaw taala has made birds if a person makes a sculpture of a bird, what is that? Tim? Sad? Okay. And Tim, Sal could be of something that is living, and also something that is nonliving.

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What does it mean by that?

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Like, for example, it could be of human beings, birds, animals, and it could also be of, let's say, trees, flowers.

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Similarly, mountains, typically people don't make sculptures off mountains, but it seems odd would also include pictures,

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paintings, not just sculpture, not just 3d, but also 2d.

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Not just sculptures, but also paintings, images of living as well as nonliving.

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So, these gin they would make for him Timothy.

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Now, Timothy, by definition, it includes sculptures of living beings. Now, is it that these gene would make sculptures of living beings or nonliving beings? What would they make for him? What kind of statues? What kind of artwork what kind of paintings and images would they make for him? What kind? There's a difference of opinion.

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Some have said everything from nonliving to living.

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Because this was not something forbidden in the shadows of Solomon.

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And in the *tier of the profits on a lot of this is something that was completely forbidden, completely forbidden.

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In the previous shot, it was permissible, but because each time or many times it led to shake, this is why when Allah subhanaw taala sent his final messenger he made join of pictures and sculptures and everything forbidding.

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Do you understand?

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others have said that no, this damasteel cannot be of living beings as well. It was only a nonliving things.

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And what's the evidence to give for that, that these people who were they Bani Israel isn't

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It's up. And the money is like you when they cross the sea. Masada Sam went to that the Torah. What did they do from behind? They made the sculpture himself of what? An agent, a calf.

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And what happened to that calf?

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What did Moses ram do? He burnt it, isn't it so he destroyed it. So that's the evidence that other scholars use to show that damasceno over here does not include the sculptures, the paintings or drawings of living things rather, it only refers to those of nonliving things like for instance, flowers, leaves, vines, right? or other things, so they would make them I see. You may have noticed that when it comes to artwork when it comes to monuments when it comes to architecture, when it comes to decorating buildings, it's not just sculptures that are used, isn't it so

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many things can be made many things can be drawn. So they will do everything but nonliving things.

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What do you find in besides thomasine What else would they make for him? Japan in Japan is a plural of Jaffna or Jaffna gene fat noon Tamar, Buta gene for noon Tamar Buta with a Castro under the gene or if a Tao founder

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and what does it mean by that? A huge bowl and a board in which food can be prepared but also a bowl from which people eat from

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like people together they eat from

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so where do you find it? Huge balls. And these bowls from which people ate from which has armies aid how huge were they can geoweb like large reservoirs. Job is a plural of jabya

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it's the plural of jabya jeem Elif Tamar, Buta

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and Javea is a huge pool, or a pond in which a lot of water has collected.

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So imagine the balls from which the armies ate, how huge were they like large reservoirs?

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And around each of these Japan, what would happen? Many, many people would gather up together and they would eat from it.

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You know, sometimes, you may have seen that, for instance, in Arab culture, when they serve food, sometimes they have this huge platter. And they have rice and they have big pieces of meat.

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And what do people do? The sit around it, isn't it? And they eat together out of it? Isn't it? Oh, that's what they do. So imagine, this is not just a huge platter, but what is it? It's like a huge reservoir. It's deep, it's like endless. So people would come they would eat, they would go more would come eat and go more come and eat and go. Just as if you have a pond, and animals you may have seen in pictures and in deserts, especially where water is scarce. Animals are around the ponds, isn't it? And what do they do? They're constantly drinking, you won't find even a part of the pond that is left empty. All the animals are there. And they go and more come they go and more. So like

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this, where the bolts from which the armies would eat, where do you find in culture where what does it show? Two things? First of all, the generosity of Solomon is

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that how he would make the jinn construct jiefang culture Well,

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this is not something ordinary that people could make. He used the jinn to make these so that he could make sure that his people were eating.

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Also the shows towards the huge number of people, perhaps in his armies or in his nation, the huge number of people that he fed. So what do you find in culture? Well, what we're doing and cooking pots, and these cooking pots were like what, how huge were they what was their size? They were last year. They were once fixed, just like mountains.

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Kudu is a plural of pages.

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And what is a cooking pot, a cooking vessel, a kettle so these scaffolds are these cooking pots. However they are RCF rasiya there's a Florida Fawzia rasiya. There is another plural of the word vasica.

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But RC

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and RC is generally used for mountains lusso Racine, well what does it also mean to be firmly fixed?

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So Ross yet these cooking pots were firmly fixed in the ground. Why were they fixed in the ground for what purpose different

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purposes, one could be that they were so huge, it was impossible to move them.

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They were so huge, that it was impossible to move them. So how are they made? They were fixed into the ground.

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How are they made, they were fixed into the ground.

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I remember somebody was telling us once that in India, there was this particular shrine, were close to which they used to live. And at, you know, every festival or lower language festival, a lot of people would come. And when they would come, they would also eat. So how would they prepare the food that they would have huge rooms, okay, literally like rooms, and they would have ladders, in which you would go down. And people would bring sacks of rice, and lentils, and oats and grains and different different things. And they would just dump everything inside.

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And let it cook and cook and cook and cook. It will cook for a very long time.

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And then the men, they would go down into the cooking part. And they would, you know, smash it or measured with their feet a lot more than what and when the food was made, then people would eat it.

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So literally, like a huge room in which five or six men, what are they doing, they're smashing the food with your feet, or their hands or whatever. And then they're taking the food and giving it out to the people.

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Obviously, it's not something to do with the heat, they would consider that food to be very blessed. Because people would bring all of that for the sake of the person who had been buried over there, who's shrine it was. So all that food would be cooked together, and then it would be distributed amongst the people. So anyway, just so that you can relate it to the mannerism, he had to do that with rasiya that were so huge. They were massive, that they were like mountains in their size. And they were firmly fixed like mountains, it was impossible to move them,

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you understand,

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was impossible to move them. They were so huge, because he had so many armies to feed.

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Also, it has been settled Cody Ross yet rasiak means that they were constantly fixed on the fire fixed on the fire. What does it mean by that? Always in use, always in use. You may have seen that. For instance, if there's a particular set of lunch dishes that you bring to school every day.

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What happens you bring them to school, you go back home in the evening, you wash them, you put them in the dish rack, before they dry and you can put them away in the cupboard. What happens next morning, you have to bring them to school again, isn't it? So do they ever get put away in the cupboard? Only on the weekends, you may have noticed it or some dishes, some cooking pots, which women like a lot and they use it for everything what happens you're constantly on the stove, you are sure you put it on the stove, you use it there you never get the chance to dry it and put it away in the cupboard.

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Because it's being used constantly. So similarly, these could do these cooking vessels. They were rasiak, always on fire fixed on the fire, meaning food was always being prepared all the time round the clock.

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This was how generous would a man or his son was.

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And you can imagine the number of people the number of armies that you would feed including the jinn and the birds and along learning what are

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so air marylu Allah subhanaw taala commanded today My name is Fernando, Emmylou, another Buddha or family of the word shukran. With thanks with gratitude, who does Allah would refer to?

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The family of the word refers to the Viennese, ye

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his sons are a man or his son and his people and Who were they? The money Israel? So air Manu Allah, the Buddha chakra, what kind of work should you do? When you have all of these blessings? Work of sugar work of gratitude. What does it mean by this work of gratitude?

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Meaning, do such deeds with which Allah will be happy?

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perform acts of obedience to Him. Why out of gratitude, do that which is right with all of these blessings, use them. Don't abuse them. Be grateful. Don't be arrogant. Use them the right way, airman elder with a shukra worker, a luminary buryatia code and very few of my servants. They're grateful.

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Very few of the servants of Allah are grateful. Most people how are they? What's their way of ingratitude. They have many blessings. They don't use them properly. They don't thank Allah for it. So Allah subhanaw taala at all the family of the Buddha, listen

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In particular, be grateful work elementary by the unshackled and very few of my servants are grateful.

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And we have done the details of sugar earlier, instead of Lockman. And also before that when Allah subhanaw taala gives a blessing to a person, what does he mean by sugar? that a person does sugar in his call on his lisanne and also through his actions. So over here Iman is mentioned that don't just feel grateful in your heart, don't just say thank you. But also do something to show that you're grateful. Do something to show that you're grateful and what is it that you would do? Increase in your obedience to Allah.

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Use all of these blessings the right way.