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Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 24 – L248B

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Taimiyyah Zubair

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Ghafir 23-55 Tafsir 23-27

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Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Lesson number 248. Sort of woman, I am number 23 to 55.

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One or the other sellner. Mousavi. Tina was born in Moby

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and we did certainly send moosari salaam with our signs and also a clear authority.

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In the previous ayah, it is mentioned that Allah subhanaw taala sent messengers how, with bagnet with clear evidences

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due to their people, so that the truth would be obvious to them.

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But what was the reaction of most people to their messengers, of denial of denial,

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that instead of accepting the truth, which was blatant, which was very clear, their reaction was off denial, it was up to that arguing disputing with the signs that Allah had sent.

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And over here we see the example of musasa that is being given.

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So husana salaam, he was sent with ads, and these ayat are miracles, because musasa was given many miracles, isn't it? So first of all, it was a stock through which he performed many other miracles, the staff would turn into a snake, then in front of the magicians, how he defeated all the magicians with that stuff.

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And similarly, the sea was parted with the staff, along with the staff, he was also given the glowing hand, that was also a miracle. And we learned in Israel is number 101. That what are the attina Moosa this or it mahina musasa was given how many I had, but you know, a total of nine.

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So besides the staff and the glowing hand, there were seven other signs which ones were they,

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the punishments that were sent on?

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The people of her own in the form of the frogs, what else?

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The locusts, the lice, right, and also the water turning into blood, right, and also the famine, right, the famine.

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So what are called Salah Moosa bi, Tina, and besides the ayat, Allah also gave him was so funny movie, a clear authority. The word Sultan is used for authority. It's also used for power strength. And it's also used for evidence heard.

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Because when you have an evidence against someone, then you have the power to prevail over them. You can defeat them very easily.

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So mozzarella, Sam was given the power, the strength of presenting evidences.

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Just imagine he went to the court of federal and going to the court if it is not something small,

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especially speaking against our own telling him let the Bani Israel go, that was not something small at all.

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And we see that around constantly. He was provoking Busan is what I'm trying to say negative things and trying to distract people away from what musasa was telling him. But musar Listen, I'm here remained firm in presenting one evidence after the other, isn't it? So we have learned earlier in various parts of the Quran, that how he was able to convey the message,

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he was able to present the heat. And despite the situation that he was in, he did not become shaky. Rather, he clearly presented the truth. So this is what's so fun and well being is that no matter how much fitter or positive No matter how much fitter and criticized him, no matter how much he tried to distract people away from what Alison was saying, was Alison and remained firm. So So Bonomo bean refers to what what the salon would been referred to this clear authority, the power of presenting evidences, proofs, clarifying the truth.

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And the details of all of this are mentioned in sort of the shadow is number 16, to 28, and also many other parts of the Quran.

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In a theater owner will hermana walk Aruna, to fit our own hymen and our own meaning moosari song was sent to fit our own hammann and qarun. Whose film

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looking right, the king, the supreme authority of Egypt,

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at the time when was our Islam was sent over there. So he was a ruler off

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The Egyptians and he had under them, not just the complex, but also the Bani Israel.

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And remember that for their own he was absolute authority in Egypt because he had both political as well as religious power. No one was above him, because he claimed to be God, and He was also the king. So who could refute him? Who could speak against him who could challenge him who could do anything to him? Nobody could in his nation.

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And Herman, who was Herman there was the minister, the advisor of Iran,

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and qarun who was Harun?

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It is said that he was the treasure of film.

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Because Corona he was actually from the CCO of musasa he was actually from Bani Israel.

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But because he was extremely wealthy, he joined for their own and for their own also welcomed him in and he became the treasure after we learned in Sorrento, kasasa 76. About qarun that in Nepal, una cara comi Musa feber hora de the Quran was from the people of Musa, but he denies them.

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What are they now who middelkoop zema in them have her to let her know ob nurse Betty.

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And we gave him of treasures whose keys would burden a band of strong men. This is how wealthy he was.

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So musasa was sent to all three of them fit our own heaven and qarun.

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Was he sent to the bunnies, right as well? Of course, was it sent to the gods as well? Of course he was. But these three men who are the leaders of that nation, they were at the top of that nation.

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And if the message was for those who are at the top, those were the leaders, obviously, it was also for those who work under them.

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So it has been our own our hermana macaroon for colusa hidden but they said Sir hit a magician cuz they're a liar. They said this to

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musasa.

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Meaning what he performs what he's showing, this is mere magic, the miracles that he has shown this is all magic, and cadabra. He's a liar in what he claims of prophethood or in what he claims of the oneness of Allah.

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When Messiah saddam went to the court if you own and showed them their own hemmen qarun, the manifest signs, the miracles, and also tanima been the evidences. Their reaction was of what that musasa is only now the villa, a magician, and a liar.

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Why a magician because of the miracles that he performed, and why a liar because of the evidence that he was presenting for the heat.

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We learnt in sort of Islam 101 one or the attina musataha I didn't begin at first Alberni is la isla is a home for color who fit our owner in Neela iluka Musa masura.

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And We have certainly given musallam nine evident signs so as the bunny is for you, when he came to them, and for their own set to him Indeed, I think Elisa, that you are affected by magic.

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Over here, we see that he called him a magician over there, affected by magic. And on the basis of this they denied musala cinemas well in Surah Taha is 63, although in had any lesser hirani you read any and usually gentlemen of the conversation here, well have arbitrary aquatic umatilla

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that they said indeed, these are two magicians who Musa and Haru. They're two magicians, and they want to drive you out of your land with their magic, and do away with your most exemplary way.

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Also, we learned in the Quran that when the magicians they believed, what was the reaction of it, he said, that Musa is your leader, the one who has taught you magic, right?

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So the miracles fit our own. He labeled them as magic and the evidences that Musan presented what is wrong, call them lies. Why did he do that?

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Why?

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out of arrogance, he belittled the signs of Allah, if you think about it, for the people of their own.

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Anything that was extraordinary. What was it? How could it be done? Only through magic, right? Because that was the time when magic was very prevalent. It was very common and people were very impressed by and that's the tool that people used to gain strength to come closer to fit our own right to do anything.

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So that's the tool that people used.

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So he called the miracles magic.

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Why do show to the people it's not anything special, just magic, just like other people do. This is also magic.

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So he called the miracles magic in order to belittle them, so that people are not impressed by them. And as a result, people don't believe in musasa.

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Because when the magicians were defeated, just imagine all of the magicians were defeated.

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The Magician is believed. And if the magicians believed you think the rest of the nation would not? Of course they would. But when he called the miracles magic than what happened, all of a sudden, the importance that was being given to the miracles, it was gone. When he said, It's magic, it's something ordinary, not something that's very great. It's not something that's very special.

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So by calling the miracles magic, he was belittling them,

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so that the people are not impressed by them. And as a result, they don't believe. And he called him a liar for their own called musasa a liar. Why? To prevent people from trusting him? Because when there is no trust, then again, people don't accept.

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So so hit enter that and if you think about it, was Musashi said I'm the only person who was called Sahil in Kedah know so many messengers. Other than him were also called Sahar and even the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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Wasn't he called a magician? Wasn't he called it many, many times.

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So over here, we see that the profits on a lot of cinemas being reassured that yes, you are called the magician, you are called a liar. But the prophets before they were also given the same names by their people.

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But at the end, see who was victorious. So do not grieve.

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And one thing that we learned from this is that the opponents of the messengers have been of various types and different things have prevented people from accepting the truth.

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If you look at for their own, he's the symbol of a symbol of authority, isn't it? He had super he had authority. He was a savant.

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If you look at him and he is a symbol of without a right of being close to the king of having authority as well.

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And if you look at Tarun What did he have wealth, right?

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So different things have prevented people from accepting the truth and if you see these three individuals are mentioned over here, the symbolize those things that prevent people from accepting the truth.

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Besides these three things, there's also physical like physical strength that prevents people from accepting the truth, for example, that people have had, they were very strong physically into the facility if 15 we learn for a marathon for stackable to fill out the vital health wakanow menasha Dominica

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that they were arrogant upon the years without right and they said who is greater than us in strength.

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So their physical strength prevented them from accepting the truth. Our own, it was his wealth fit our own. It was his power. High man, it was his closeness to the king.

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phenom magia, whom will help him in Indiana, and when he brought them the truth from us. when Moosa Salam brought the truth, due to fit our own and his people, and this truth Masada Salaam had received it from who, from Allah subhanaw taala, Minar, Indiana

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kalu they said, who said,

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all of them three right for their own Hemen and they said, Oh, Cthulhu Urbana alladhina amanu Morrow, that kill the sons of those who have believed in Him and who?

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It musasa so kill the sons of all those people who believe in Moosa, who is it that had believed in musasa?

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The bunny is fine. But there were also people from among the Egyptians, the coptics, who were influenced by the message that Mussolini saddam had brought, because after all, he was presenting clear evidences. And that event with the magicians also proved that he was truthful.

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So for their own, what tactic did he use over here of violence, of threatening people of declaring Eman as a huge crime?

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That if any person believes regardless of who he is,

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what is punishment? kill their sons opoku urban and Latina Emma Newmar who killed her sons was that UNICEF Oh, and keep their women alive.

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And he made this announcement openly.

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So we see over here the film, and Herman and qarun, they became extremely arrogant, and extremely violent.

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And in order to prevent people from believing, they declared a man as a crime.

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So becoming a believer became a huge test. And think about it, how many people must have been prevented from accepting email?

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Just imagine if today somebody tells you if you're a Muslim, if you're a believer, your son will be killed. Just imagine,

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just imagine how many people would remain believers? How many people would show their faith? How many? Very few.

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So he did this in order to deter people from accepting musasa as a prophet of Allah. And in a way this was adopted to humiliate the believers as well.

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to humiliate the believers as well, because of the believers are humiliated then who would want to become a believer? No one, isn't it?

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So I was going to humiliate the believers by killing their sons and keeping their women alive.

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And remember that this was the second time that we passed this law, the first time it was when musasa was born.

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Okay. And why was that that was only for who the Bani Israel and that was to finish their nation and also to control them and also to subjugate them.

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And now the second time when Masada Sam came as a prophet of Allah, again for the fastest law, and this was General now that any person who believes in Busan, not just Bani Israel, but any person even besides Bani Israel as well.

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This is why we learn in sort of Alpha Phi 129. The carlu Deena family and Deanna woman by the magic dinner, that musar listening when he came, the Bani Israel said to him, that we have been harmed before you came to us. And after you have come to us, before you came to us, our sounds were being killed. After you have come to us again, the same thing has started.

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And what is it that we wanted to achieve by this deter people from accepting email? But Allah says woman, kadal, Catarina 11.

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And the plot of the disbelievers is not except in error.

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What does it mean by feel and feel that is when something gets lost? When something is ineffective, you start something but it just gets lost in the way, so it never gets accomplished. You can never complete it, you can never fulfill it.

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So the case of the disbelievers the plot that they plan in order to harm the believers in order to deter people from accepting Eman. diskaid. Does it come up to anything? No. Is it effective? No. Do they achieve what they want to achieve with that game? No. We're mercadal Katharina Illa. Fiona. And this is specific to this context. And it's also understood in the general sense, specifically the context with regards to fit our own. He wanted to deter people from accepting Eman. This is why he passed such a harsh ball, such a violent law. But we see that still there were many people who believed in musasa, isn't it? So as we will learn in the following is even from the royal family,

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there was a person who believed in musasa.

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So his huge plan is huge plot stop. People didn't work, it came to nothing, it was useless.

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And in the general sense as well, that any case, any plot that is used to harm the believers, persecute them, prevent them from human, it's not effective. It doesn't work. Maybe it will cause on for some time, but eventually, what happens it doesn't work. Because people who want to believe they believe anyway.

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People who want to obey Allah, they obey Allah anyway.

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And we see that throughout history, there have been so many attempts to suppress the truth, isn't it?

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But despite that, the truth has been lived. Despite that the truth has been accepted.

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I remember coming across a girl once who was raised in Azerbaijan, and she was a Muslim. But when she was growing up, the study of Quran was completely prohibited. The study of religion completely prohibited and she had no idea about what Koran is what Islam is outreach, or anything like that.

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But she was very interested in reading. She loved books. And just one day by chance she was going through some library, and she found a Quran a must have and she was wondering what is this

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What is this? And she became curious. And from there, she started her search. And she ended up learning so much about religion, so much about Islam, and she went to the Islamic University as well abroad and she learned so much, and it's amazing. It's a living example of how truth is suppressed, but still, you cannot hide the truth completely. While mercadal Katharina Illa Cubana, there have been so many attempts, so many attempts. But still the truth has survived. The believers have always been there what mercadal caffine 11 dot L.

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What kind of your own and your own set. They'll only leave me.

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He said this too. He said this to his chiefs. He said this to his nobles, that leave me up to Moosa I will kill Moosa.

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Just leave me I will kill Moosa while you're the owner, and he should call upon his Lord. Think about it. For our own, he said, another bukovel Allah, he said, I am your greatest Lord.

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And he was of supreme authority in Egypt. No one could stop him from doing what he wanted to do. But still, when it comes to his desire to kill musasa, he says to his chiefs, they'll only leave me meaning allow me to kill him.

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Just imagine, allow me to kill myself, as if he's saying that people are preventing me from killing Moosa.

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And if people would not prevent me, I would have killed him.

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The fact is that he was a coward on the inside. And he was putting the blame on others.

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On the outward he displayed greatness but on the inside, he was a coward.

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So part of it our own adult only up to Moosa.

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If you think about it, there was nothing that could prevent him from getting Mozart isn't. Mozart isn't an after all, who was he just one man

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who was with him his brother, right? And which people had believed in him, the Bani Israel who were the slaves of the nation.

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Right. And on top of that, there was a lot that had been passed anyone who believes in Musa kill their sons humiliate them, so no one even dares to join him, no one dares to listen to him.

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So what was it that was stopping for their own from killing musasa? What was it he was just never able to do that?

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He was never able to do that. Every time he wanted, every time he had done it, he was unsuccessful.

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And Allah subhanaw taala This is how he protects his profits. This is how he protects his beloved servants.

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You think about it, Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was also in Makkah. Was it difficult for people to kill him? No. Remember Romano Leonardo? He got it once with his sword, walking all the way in order to kill the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was he able to do that? No, he became a Muslim. Right? Similarly, we see the fundamentally they wish to kill the prophets of Allah is Allah. Right? He was the most wanted man, people were searching for him in the desert. But they were unsuccessful.

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He said, Listen, and people tried to kill him as well. Were they successful? No.

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But if you think about it, he was only one man with only a few supporters. But still, they were not able to kill him. This is the protection that Allah grants to his servants. When a person leaves his affair to Allah, and Allah protects him, a lot takes care of him.

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And if you analyze a situation logically, it doesn't make sense that how, how is it possible? What was so difficult for how could he not kill musasa

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it was just how Allah subhanaw taala protected and he never was able to kill musasa.

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It is also said that every time for their own intended to kill was alesana. His nobles, his chiefs, they discouraged him. Because they would say to him that if you kill him that would show that you have been defeated, because you have not defeated him in argument. You have not defeated him in the competition. So if you kill him, it shows that you were defeated. So you have to prove him wrong. You have to show him wrong. You have to make him unsuccessful, that will show that you're successful. So we'll call the fitter owner, the only actor Nusa this leave me I will kill Musa and then he challenges musasa Well, yeah, there are and he should call upon his Lord.

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I'm going to kill him. And let Moosa do whatever he wants, he should call upon his Lord to save him, to protect him from me.

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I'm definitely going to kill Moosa while the other robber and what's the reason that he gives the justification

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for carrying musasa that in me a half who indeed I fear, and you bet the Latina comb, that he will change your religion. I fear that he will change your religion, you will begin to follow him in his religion

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in his ways of worship in his beliefs, and you will abandon my way you will abandon the worship of my gods, my idols worship of me, you will abandon your traditions and customs. And remember if Iran was very proud of his culture of his tradition, isn't it so he called it parihaka, Muslim, exemplary lifestyle.

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So he was afraid that if Moosa is here, then I'm afraid he's going to change your religion, you're not gonna follow me anymore.

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And if that doesn't happen, if that is not good enough of a reason, I fear that you'll hit off of the facade, or that he will cause in the earth corruption used

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to make law to make prevalent to make visible.

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So he is going to make facade prevail in this peaceful land of hours, if he survives,

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if you think about it, who is creating facade?

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Did musasa kill the children? Kill the boys who said that? Brown said that?

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mozzarella said and what did he say to fit?

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Let the winnings go simple, or just believe simple and fit our own. He was being extremely reactionary in the way that he brought all of the magicians in the way that he passed the law that the sons of the believers should be killed and their women should be capitalized.

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So in reality, it was fit our own who was creating facade, not the Prophet of Allah.

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Because the Prophet of Allah does not cause facade. What does he cause? Islam?

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But it's amazing how the move said, they are called Muslims. And the Muslims, what are they called?

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The hypocrites in total 11 what do we learn what are the hula hoops, it will only call to international Muslim. When they're told to not spread corruption in the land, they say that we are only spreading goodness.

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So according to many corrupt people,

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Eman is what facade

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following the religion of Allah is what facade

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because that causes unrest in the society, it brings about a change in the society.

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Right? And when people become believers, when they change their religion, then there's conflict, everything was perfectly fine. And now there's conflict. So they call that facade.

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So look at the bias that they have for the deen of Allah, they see man as facade will have. And this is why they were afraid of the deen of Allah, the religion of Allah spreading, and for their own head, the same fear.

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So he gives two reasons over here that in a half, and you bet the Latina comb, user have filled out the facade.

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He gives two reasons. He tries to show musallam is guilty, that if he's proven guilty, then his murder is justified.

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Look at musasa I'm so calm. What color Moosa and looser as Sam said, in Nero's to be what have become mean, couldn't limited being let me know below me.

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I have sought refuge in my Lord and your Lord, from every arrogant one who does not believe in the day of account

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their own challenged by the other robber husana he did.

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He did pray to Allah, he did not lose confidence in prayer. If people make fun of us, yeah, go ahead, read Quran. See what happens to you. Go make dua, let's see what happens. What happens to us, we lose our confidence, right? If somebody marks at us, if somebody ridiculed our act of worship, anything that we do, we stop doing it immediately.

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We get discouraged. musasa he does seek refuge with Allah. And he says, In Nero's develop, be indeed I have sought refuge with my Lord.

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And he's not just my Lord, but also what have become and your Lord who does you refer to?

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for their own and his people, that whether you believe in him or not, he is still your Lord.

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And he is my lord your Lord. He is my Harlock your Holic my Malik your Malik my mother, with a bit in Nero's to be Robin

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Want to become the real Lord? And I have sought refuge with him against two men currently moussaka bidding against every multicopy who is

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an arrogant person, rebellious person,

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arrogant to accept the truth. extravagant.

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And you see and with a bit arrogant person, does he accept anything? That's right? No. What's he concerned about only himself selfish

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with the cabin. And fit around is an example of who, with a cabin

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in Colima cabin lay up mean obioma Hassan who does not believe in the day of account, which is why he wishes to harm me.

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Because a person who believes in the day of accounting becomes very careful in his dealings with others, then he does not deal with other people arrogantly, rather he becomes humble with other people. He does not deprive them of their rights, rather he gives them their rights. So who is it that becomes arrogant? The one who does not believe in the day of account?

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Because what do we learn a person who has even a little bit of arrogance in his art? Can he antigen? No, he cannot

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see a person who has yet been in the div herself, he will not be.

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So Masada, Sam says in Nero's to gurobi will be coming Kali, mata kabillion, la umino. Viola, who does not believe in the day of account?

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And if you see over here, musar listener?

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He doesn't defend himself in the sense that no, I don't create for that.

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He doesn't threaten fit on that. Okay, bring it on. I also have something against you know, what does he do?

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He turns to Allah.

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Look at the threat musasa could be killed.

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And it's for their own who is saying I'm going to kill?

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Just imagine it's not an ordinary person. It's actually fear around.

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How afraid could a normal person be extremely afraid

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he would give up.

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But we see that musala ceram he turns to Allah. And this is something very, very important that we have to learn. Remember the theme of the soul.

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There were in a law calling people to Allah. And when a person is calling people to Allah, He will face many challenges, many threats, many fears, many risks.

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And in all of these different different situations, what does a person need to do?

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He has to turn to Allah, he has to hand over his affair to Allah. Remember earlier we learned in the solar that in a hill mostly to him is the return. That every matter every problem of yours, take it to Allah.

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Somebody threatens you seek refuge with Allah.

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seek protection from Allah, with Allah against your enemy. So here a practical example is being given that Musa al Hassan, look at the situation that he's in, but he is seeking protection with

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a loss of data.

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And now look at how Allah subhanho data helps.

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That wirkkala rajala minion and a believing man he spoke up

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a person who was a believer believer in Who?

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In Masada, Salah

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when he heard that fit our own had decided to kill Masada Sam, he spoke up

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and this rajala movement Who was he? He was mean and if your own he was from the family of her own.

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And yuck to know who he was concealing his fate.

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So first of all, this man he was from the family of her own. And secondly, he was concealing his fate. He was a believer, but he had not publicized his faith. He had not declared his fate. Why?

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fear? What kind of you?

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You see declaring one's fate. At that time in that place, in that court in the court, if it was not something small, it meant you're finished. Isn't it so? Because we had made a general statement, any person who believes in Moosa, his sons should be killed.

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So it wasn't that this man was a coward, no way, because if he was a coward, he would never speak up.

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The situation demanded from him that he should conceal his fate.

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Okay. Like, we learned that even at the beginning in Makkah, when the people believed in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam initially, everybody did not openly declare their faiths because of

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They declared their faith openly, then that would bring about a lot of persecution. A lot of difficulty.

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Okay, we think you should be confident you should be bold. Don't use any wisdom. If you believe in something, go Say it.

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But the thing is, if you go say it, you will invite unnecessary trouble.

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So, use wisdom.

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Use wisdom, and do only that which is necessary and don't invite unnecessary trouble. You understand?

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Because sometimes they become very emotional, very emotional, and we don't use our mind.

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And we say such things which only invite trouble. Don't say such things.

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What's the need? What's the purpose? What's the objective, there's no need.

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So be careful in what you say how you say, and avoid unnecessary trouble. And we see that this man did the same thing. And because he had not declared his faith yet, this is why he was also able to defend musasa

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because if he had declared his faith and people would not pay any attention to him,

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he would be humiliated, put behind bars or something or the other like that. But because nobody knew he was a believer, it was as though a third person was speaking in defense of musasa