Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 25 – L257B

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Az-Zukhruf 26-56 Tafsir 26-30

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Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim lesson number 257. So to dissolve it number 26 to 56.

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What is Ana Ibrahim Ali? Avi he will call me he and mentioned when Ibraheem alehissalaam said to his father, and also to his people, what did he say to them? In many, but indeed I am disassociated mymaths barbudan from that which you worship Ibrahim or Hassan. He declared his this association with his people and who are his people, his father and his own nation. And what does he say over here in nanny Barra. The word Baba is from the fetters, Bella Hamza. And the word Bara is actually a master. The word Bara is actually master just as the word Bara surah Tara

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and it also gives the meaning of a cipher. So but also gives the meaning of buddy

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you understand, but also gives a meeting of buddy.

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So the word Bara is also used as is some cipher. So it gives a meaning of buddy meaning one who is disassociated. And what does it mean by Bara? What does it mean by the word bah, bah, bah is basically to declare this association from something to declare that you have nothing to do with something. And the word bura is everything that a person does not like. And he finds a way of getting away from it. Anything you don't like, and you are looking for a way to get away from which is why the word is also used for becoming free of an illness becoming cured after an illness. Because illness disease is something that nobody likes when a person has it, he just wants to get

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rid of it. Similarly, a blame a false accusation. A person tries to declare himself innocent. So but is also declare one's innocence. So when a person is proven innocent, so in any bar, I am by law, meaning I have nothing to do with what my mother will do that which you worship, meaning I am completely disassociated from your worship, from your ship,

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and also from your idols, I am innocent of it, I do not do it myself. I have nothing to do with it. I am not a part of it. And I do not approve of it either in any of our own mimetic obudu notice me man meaning anything, whatever that you worship, because of people of Ibrahim right Assam they were an idolatrous nation they used to worship multiple gods. So over here, we see that he disowned his father's and his peoples worship of idols. He did not follow them blindly.

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In the previous set, what did we learn that there are many people of the past of the present? What do they do when it comes to religion, they just follow the ways of their forefathers. But Ibrahim or Islam, he used his mind. He didn't just do something just because everybody was doing it.

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And he didn't just not do it. But he also declared that he had nothing to do with it.

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In nhlanhla, the fattorini for innner who say a DD, except for he who has created me, indeed, He will guide me.

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What does it mean by this, that the one who has created me, him I worship

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Illa de fattorini, the one who has created me, him I do worship, and I continue to worship Him.

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And the word ela over here can be understood in two ways. First of all, what does it meaning it is connected with what was mentioned previously, so an exception is being made. And we can understand this as the people of our human listener. They were idolatrous nation but they also used to worship Allah soprano time, just like the people of Makkah. They believe in Allah. They worship him, but at the same time, they also worship many other gods. So in the previous is mentioned in any bar on mimetic Voodoo, I have nothing to do with anything that you worship, however, in landlady fallone, except for the one who created me him, I continue to worship

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and Illa can also be understood as disconnected, meaning I have nothing to do with that which you worship. However, the one who has created me, him only I worship and lovey fatale, and why should I not worship Him? Until at the scene is 22 we learned that the person who believed in the messengers, what did he say one early Allah or Buddha lady Fatah. Ronnie, what he later, Gerald that why should I

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Worship the one who created me. If he is my Creator, I should be worshiping Him. He is the one who deserves my other one in a little journey and eventually all of us are going back to him. So if I hear that Sam said the same thing to his people, I don't worship your gods. However, I worship the one who has created me for no Hosea Dini. And soon he will guide me, he will show me the way, meaning he will show me the way to the truth, and he will show me where to go. Because we see that Ibrahim alayhis salam after declaring this Bara, he left his people he migrated from they're

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not able to hear us and then when did he say the statement? Why did he say this to his people.

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We learned that in the previous is what was mentioned, how people blindly follow the ways of their forefathers. And in these I add mainly the following the blind following of the forefathers has been condemned, that a person must not do something simply because his parents are doing it, especially when it goes against the house. Rather, he should open up his eyes, he should use his mind that Allah has given and accept the truth, even if the entire society is against it.

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So over here, we see that a loss of power represents the beautiful example of Ibrahim A listener, which is a practical example of how he declared himself innocent of the ways of his forefathers. And he also disassociated himself from their customs and practices, because their customs and practices were based on ship.

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And this was an open announcement. He said it very clearly, openly that in any bar, mimetic boom, I have nothing to do with that which you worship I will not worship anyone except Allah, the One who has created me and I'm going to leave you I'm not staying with you because if I stay with you, then what's going to happen? I'm going to be forced into this way of life as well. So say ideally when I will leave a lot will guide me into soft fat I am 99 we learned that Ibrahim is an M said well, Carla in neither he born in Arabi say at the end he said indeed I will go to my Lord, He will guide me.

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And instead of the Anam is 77 we learned Fela if Allah Allah Allah inland, yeah, Dini, Robbie, lacuna, melkonian, burly. So he sought guidance from

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Allah subhanaw taala, his hunnic. And we see that our last panel data also showed him the way

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Allah showed him the way to the truth, when he was surrounded by darknesses.

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If you think about the entire society does shape, no person, no person stays away from shape. It is the religion it is the culture. Just imagine. So we see that he was surrounded and all of that darkness, but yet Allah showed him the truth. When when he used his own mind, when he questioned when he opened up his eyes, when he didn't just accept everything. So Allah showed him the way. And we see that after Ibrahim, he received Prophethood. He learned about the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala. What did he do? Did he just keep it to himself? No, he also told his people about it. And very actively, he questioned them that why do you worship these items? And he also showed to them

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that these idols had no power at all by breaking all of the idols when all the people had gone.

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So it wasn't just that Ibrahim alayhis salaam had the truth to himself. And he considered his people to be foolish. No, he had the truth. And he also showed the truth to them. But we see that a point came when his people were no longer willing to listen to him, isn't it? So? When they threw him into the fire, when his father said, Stop, otherwise, I'm going to stone you to death. And his father said, leave me. So when that happened, Ibrahim or Islam, he didn't compromise on his religion. He didn't give up, but rather what did he do? He said, in an Ebola, I have nothing to do with what you do. And I am leaving, and then he left.

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So we see that it was an entire process, that how at the beginning, he accepted the truth. He changed himself. And then he also invited his people to the truth for a long time. He struggled a lot in that cause. And when it didn't work, eventually he left that place. Eventually, he left

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and we see that he didn't just leave secretly, but he left while announcing that I disown your ways. I do not agree with you.

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You understand that of our humaneness and I made it very clear to them. I don't agree with you

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discern your ways I disown your false practices. Tell me something, is it important to make this declaration?

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Is it? Why?

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Why is it important to make this declaration to let people know that you disagree with them on their wrongs? When it comes to the wrong practices? Why is it necessary?

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Because silence is approval. Generally, what do we think, let the other person do whatever he's doing, and you do whatever you're doing, don't say anything to them, so that you can do whatever you want to do.

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But the fact is that when you don't show that you disagree with the other than in a way you are supporting them,

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in a way you are approving of their false practices, and you are considered a part of them.

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And when you're considered a part of them, you will also be held accountable for it, you will be questioned about it. So a person he must not agree with it in his heart and also openly.

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So we see that Ibrahim, Hassan, what did he do? He made that announcement before he left the people.

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Now we know that on the Day of Judgment, the believers in the disbelievers

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will they be separated?

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Of course, the truth and the falsehood will that be separated? Of course, one does Leola and you have Mooji removed, the criminals will be told to stand apart on that day, because in the dunya people are living together However, in the hereafter people will be separated. But we see that before that even It is very important that a person maintains his Muslim identity in this world. And he makes it known. And he lets people be aware that he doesn't agree with their faults practices, he denounces the false weights.

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In matters of religion, you have to be very clear, not just beat around the bushes, you have to be clear, you have to let people know of what you agree with what you disagree with, because eventually you will be questioned about it. And eventually, whatever you don't speak out against it's as though you are approving of it. So you'll be held accountable for that.

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So we see that it will here in Assam, he declared this this association before he left. And we learn from this, that this is very necessary for us that living in this world today. We cannot just say everybody is right. We cannot be silent. When we see something wrong happening. We have to speak out against it, we have to show our disapproval. We have to show our disapproval. Because if we don't show our disapproval, then what's going to happen, evil will thrive. And we will be considered as those who accepted and we don't want to be of those people.

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And we say that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he also declared this Bara When was that?

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At the conquest of Makkah. After that, in fact, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sent Abu Bakr of the land, to Makkah for Hajj, remember, instead of Tibet, we learned. So basically, when Torah Toba was revealed that was around ninth year after digital.

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So one thing that we learned from this is that the declaration of disassociation is not the first thing.

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You understand. When is it?

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When is it after making the truth clear to the people?

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It wasn't that in Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he invited the people and he said, You know, that's it, I disown you. I don't have anything to do with you know, later on in Medina towards the end of the money period. That is when that Declaration was made. Ibrahima is synonymous with When did he declare this bar? When the first time we invited his people to the truth? No. He invited them to the truth in many, many ways. And then eventually when he was leaving, then he declared the bar.

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Now we also have to be very careful.

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Because sometimes what happens we learn about the deen we learn about something. And then we go on telling everybody this is good. This is perfect. This is it. This is wrong. This is wrong. This is right. And what happens and people get very offended, and they don't want to listen to you even.

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So remember that this process is in several stages. Initially, there's psychological separation, mental separation,

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when you don't think along the same lines as the rest of the society, when you don't do what they do when you have a different goal than theirs.

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And in that time, what are you doing? Are you just living separately? No. It's an obligation on you to also call them to the truth. What do

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We learned intuitively that woman accidental colon memoranda in Allah. Were Amina Sonia. So calling people to Allah is necessary.

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But after a long time, when things are not working out, and there seems to be no acceptance on the part of the other, and your Eman is getting affected, your practices are getting affected, then the VA has to be declared. This is why we also see that when a person becomes a Muslim, what does he need to do?

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To say that I'm a Muslim in his heart? No, he has to declare it. He has to declare it.

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So we see that Ibrahima lisanna. Over here, he declares his disassociation from his people from their fault practices. And this step that he took was not only for his own sake, to protect his faith, so then he could practice he could worship a lot alone. But this was a way of preserving the man of the future generations as well.

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Isn't that what a hero is? And I when he left those people when he declared his disassociation from them, then he went and established, isn't it? So and after that people worship Allah alone.

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And we see that in this is also an example for those after him.

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And this is also an example for those people after him that the initial stage is off inviting people and then the final stage is off is off declaring the disassociation.

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And we see that this declaration of disassociation, you may have heard of the terms on Juana and Bella,

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this is a requirement of a man.

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Remember that this is a requirement of a man. But unfortunately, many people misunderstand this. The first thing that they do is borrow,

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borrow, borrow, we have nothing to do with this, we designed this we disowned that group, we disowned these people, we disown that nation. First thing that they do, if you think about it, have we fulfilled our responsibility of calling people to Allah? Have we? No we haven't. So many people have no idea about what Islam is who Allah subhanaw taala is and there we go and say bah bah, bah, this is inappropriate. This goes against the Sunnah of the messengers, the son of the messengers is called people call people call people. And then when they don't listen after years and years and years of efforts, then you go and declare the disassociation.

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So, remember that now we are in that stage of calling people to Allah, delivering the message to the people and later is the stage of

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and this as I mentioned earlier, this is a requirement of email, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Man, I have been in law he will not only learn he will our authority lay woman early let him focus on a man that whoever loves for the sake of Allah and hates for the sake of Allah gives for the sake of Allah and withholds for the sake of Allah than that person. He has perfected his faith.

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Not the one who hates for his own sake, not the one who loves for his own sake, no, hate loves gives withholds for whose sake for the sake of Allah subhanho

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wa Jalla her and he made it. Kelly Martin burpee Athan a word remaining, fear aqui v he among his descendants, y la la homie of gerawan, so that they might return. What tjaarda Ibrahim or listen, I made it What does it refer to?

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It refers to the statement of the thelema after heat, because when he said in many Baba mimma, Dr. Boone, Illallah, de facto Ronnie, in a way he was declaring, though hate that I have nothing to do with these gods of yours, I only worship Allah alone.

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So the statement of the heat, the affirmation of God's oneness, this Kalima rajala he made it Kelly within a word, a statement that was baqia that remained meaning although he passed away, but this kalama it continued to be amongst to amongst his future generations. So his descendants, the people who came after him his progeny.

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What was the legacy that they received from Ibrahim Ernest center of the heat? So ajala Kelly Martin back here, he left it as a legacy To be continued behind him, where fear of TV in his progeny. The word archivist from newsletters are in Kafka, an octopus. You

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No is used for yield the end of the foot. And it is also that which follows subsequently that which comes after.

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And the word archive is figuratively used for children and grandchildren and so on. And especially It is used for the descendants of a person after he has passed away.

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Meaning you won't use the word active while the person is still alive. Okay? Like for example, a person cannot say, Oh, this is my archive.

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Okay. When is the word archive used when the person has died? He's gone. And his children, his grandchildren, his descendants live on. So his children his descendants, what will they be called? His.

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So in the progeny in the descendants of Ibrahim alayhis salaam,

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he left the legacy of the heath laleham your June so that they may return so that they may return to what?

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To the worship of Allah alone. That even if they are surrounded by should even if they're surrounded by darkness is still

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the concept of the heat is there? Whenever they look up to Abraham and Sarah, what do they remember? though he'd say Allah Allah homeopathy rune, they would return to the worship of Allah alone, they will return to to him.

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So we see that Ibrahim alayhis salam left this word as an example to be followed by those of his progeny

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who are guided by our last presenter. He emphasized the worship of Allah alone during his life.

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And also at the time that he was dying, isn't it? So?

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What do we learn in Slovakia? I 132. That was Serbia, Ibrahim Albania. He was we are kubu yevgeniya in a lot of stuff, Allah Coumadin. falletta mutanda, Illa. We're anti muslim who do not die except that you are Muslim.

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So he emphasized the heat before he passed away to his children. And he or whoever and his son did the same as well in his footsteps, that before he passed away, what did he say to his children? falletta mutanda illa were anti muslim.

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And we see that it wasn't just that at the time of his death, he instructed them No, throughout his life, this is what he taught them.

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And it wasn't just that he taught them but he also made the offer them that they remained firm on the worship of Allah alone, that they remain as devoted servants of Allah.

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So many draws of humor. The senator mentioned interest Ibrahim I have 40 we learned about BGR I leave crema solid celebrity woman's reality that Oh my Lord make me the one who establishes the prayer worships you and also of my children. What a builder and also accept the drama.

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And we see that Ibrahim wrestling when he was made an Imam who did he remember at that time, again, his children when Allah subhanaw taala said to him in Nigeria, locally nasty Mama, what did he say? Allah woman giulietti make them leaders leaders have what have their head, who are guiding people,

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calling people to Allah.

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And we see that when he was laying the foundations of the Kaaba, along with the sun is married or innocent or was he making any door at that time?

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Yes, he was making Dora. What did he bring? Rob burner what's your anomalously mainly like a woman's re Athena omata Muslim Allah that make us both those two who are submissive to you and also from our descendants. An entire nation who is submissive to you

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intraductal Bukhara I 128

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and another door that he made for the guidance of his progeny of his descendants in throttle Baka I 129 that robina whenever I see him Rasulullah Minh home yet Lu Allah him Ayah tikka, when you're alemu Al Kitab al hikmah was a key him in Naka analyser, Hakeem he made the other Allah should send a messenger amongst you, in his descendants, a messenger who would teach them a messenger who would guide them.

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So this is Ibrahim Edison. This is his beautiful example that we should emulate as well.

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He did not assimilate with the rest of the people forgetting who he was

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forgetting his identity,

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forgetting his duty to his Lord, no. He lived as a Muslim, the one who submitted to Allah alone. He declared his faith he let it be known to people and he disowned all those who contradicted his faith

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so that no one would confuse him as being a Muslim. Every time is mentioned in the Quran. How is he described honey for Muslim man

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Isn't it true

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that he lived as a Muslim, his identity is well known. And it's preserved till today. And this was an example for who for his descendants as well for his children as well, that your father lived as a Muslim, worshipping Allah alone and the same is your obligation. This is why Allah subhanaw taala says to us in through the room that Hina is number four, the other candidate lack of a sweat and has an atom fever him. There is for you an excellent example in Ibrahim Renison

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what is an excellent example, that he lived as a Muslim himself. And he also ensured that his children would be Muslim after he was gone? And how did you do that? by teaching them by instructing them by advising them by struggling, he didn't just think that Oh, since I'm living here in Iraq, I might as well live here. No, he left that place. Because he knew that if he was to live in that nation, his children would not grow up to be Muslim. Eventually his progeny, his descendants, what would they do, they would lose their identity. So he left that place, he went to another place establish their hate over there, established the worship of Allah alone over there.

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So he sacrificed a lot he put in a lot of effort. And along with that, he also made a lot of he also continuously made the outermost parameter,

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intuitive, Raheem is number 35. We learn Ibrahim registered I made the after he left his wife and son, that libido I'll handle Bella the eminent were Giovanni within a year and now with

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that, oh, my Lord, make the city secure and keep me and my children away from the worship of idols.

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Me and my children away from the worship of idols. So this is the way we put our humanists in

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a practical way, a realistic way.

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a realistic way, how is it realistic, put an effort to yourself, live as a Muslim yourself, teach your children as well pray for them as well. And we need to see over here that what do we want for our future generations? Many times we're only concerned about our own faiths,

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our own beliefs, our own practices, our own Islam. But if you think about it, right now, it's easy a low Arlen what's going to happen in the future? If we think times are very tough times are very difficult? How do you know they make it even more difficult in a few years. So what have we planned for our children, it shouldn't be the case that we want to know for ourselves and for our children, we want to hear or we say it's up to them. Know, if you want the best for yourself, then you must have the same goal for who, for who, for your children, as well for your descendants as well, for those who will come after you as well. Because it's unfair that a person wants the best for himself.

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And he doesn't want the best for those who he claims to love the most parents love their children the most, they want the best for them. So if a person is living as a Muslim himself, then he must also want that for him for his future generations as well.

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And we need to see, we need to analyze ourselves over here that what goals do we have for our children? What do we want for them? What do we teach them? What do we emphasize the most? Because there are certain things that parents emphasize a lot. From childhood, sometimes children are told, you're going to become a doctor, you're going to become an engineer, you're going to become this, you're going to become that and a child, he grows up with that mentality. You ask him, what are you going to do when you grow up? That's what he says why my mom told me, my dad told me, isn't it so? And for so many years the child has prepared through high school, through university through med

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school, and then eventually he is what his parents want him to be? Does it just happen like that?

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No. So much effort has gone into that. So much time parents have spent in mentally preparing their child to become who they want him to become. So we have to see what kind of goals do we have for our children? And what are we doing? What are we doing as well? What kind of efforts are we putting in to ensure that they remain firm on the heat?

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Because this work is so difficult. living as a Muslim is a huge challenge. that it requires both prayer as well as effort.

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Both things it needs Ibrahim Edison um did that right? effort and also a lot of the sometimes we only made the and we don't put an effort, both are necessary. A person has to

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Strive, he has to put an effort. And he has to constantly call upon Allah subhanaw taala for help as well, just like you do for yourself, right? you strive to learn. And you also keep making dua to Allah, the same thing with your children, you have to do the same thing.

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And anything, as I mentioned earlier that parents desire for their children, they make them do it,

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isn't it? Whatever parents want for their children, they make them do it, even if their children resist a lot, even if their children hated a lot. And the thing is to make your children do something, you have to sacrifice. I remember reading a book about this woman who had very high goals for her two daughters.

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And it's a pretty recent book. Perhaps some of you have heard about it as well.

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Battle Hymn of the Tiger mother.

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That how she wanted one daughter of hers to learn piano and the other don't reverse to learn the violin.

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And besides all their school education, and as I was reading that book, I would think to myself, okay, I want my child to become a habit.

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So how she would make her daughter's practice, the piano and the violin, every single day, whether it was a weekend, or it was their birthday, or they were traveling, the violin would go with them, wherever they were traveling, if they were traveling, they would find a hotel or something, or someplace where there was a piano so that her daughter could practice, she would not give up. She would not give up she refused to give, she would drive her daughter's hours and hours away. There's so much money why, so that her daughters were excellent pianist, right, or a violinist.

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And she had to put a lot of effort, we think my child will become a half as disliked.

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My child will become like almost the learner dislike that.

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I will just make the Yes, you made the law. But you have to put an effort as well.

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We should have great visions, we should have great goals in front of us. Because if we don't have a goal, then what are we striving for? And we see that companies, businesses organizations, Institute's that are successful. They have long term goals, not just their goals with regards to the next month or the next week, but also next year, 10 years, 50 years, 100 years, what do they want to achieve? You have to have goals, you can't just assume that it will happen by itself. Exactly. Without a goal. It's just wishful thinking.

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But the thing is that if you want to teach your child, you will do it, you will find a way, isn't it so that there's so many mothers who homeschool their children? Do they have degrees in geography and science and history and all of that? No, they don't. But how are they able to teach their children? How, when you want to teach your child something you find out, you find out how you're going to do it. And you do find a way because the one who struggles, the one who seeks for the answer, Allah subhanaw taala also helps him.

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we underestimate children a lot. We think if they're doing memorization, they can't do anything else. If they're doing something else. They can't do memorization. But the fact is that every child is different. Every child is different capabilities. However, it's definitely possible for a child to learn many things. And sometimes you think children are too young. When I had gone through, we went to Japan over there. I met this lady and she was telling me about this particular school she goes to for memorization.

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And she was telling me they have a program for girls, two years old.

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Two years old. They have a program just for them, but only girls because it's an all girl school.

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So girls as young as two they come and they start memorizing and they're able to do it.

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They're able to do

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and the thing is, if your child can learn Roly Poly roly poly,

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if your child can learn his ABCs and he can learn so many different songs and sing them on his own them can he not learn the Quran?

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Can he not learn the Quran? Of course he can cannot learn. He can. But for you to teach your child you have to put in the effort first. You have to make up your mind first. So he will hear the sound we learned from his example, with john Kelly Martin burka Jacobi, how not just through wishful thinking, but he had to put in a lot of effort. He had to sacrifice a lot move from one place to the other car we left is married and is sort of in that barren desert, what distraction did he have over there?

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How he was there in such a pure environment. And this is how

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Though he was established, this is out the generations later, they continue to worship Allah subhanaw taala known. So if you have a high goal, you have to sacrifice a lot as well. Very true that little children, their brains are like sponges, whatever you put in, they will absorb. They're able to we just underestimate children. And when something is very important to you, you have to start very early. You can't wait for the child to turn 10 to turn 15. And then you ask him, what would you like to read? On? course he doesn't want to, because every time you open, he'll be discouraged. He can barely get through one line, isn't it? So? So if you want your child to do

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something to accomplish something, you have to start very early? Why do you think that teach ABCs and the numbers and basic math so early, so that it's not difficult later on?

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Ibrahim realism, he was able to sacrifice so much. Why? Because he understood the value of the heat, we have it too easy. We don't understand its value. And the consequences of not having the heat in your life, what are the consequences, severe.

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So when a person realizes the value of his goal, only then he's able to sacrifice only then he's able to strive for it.

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So within the developing mind of each and every child, this absorbent mind stays with him for five years, and the 70% of the learning is done, what is left 80% and that is acquired. That can be quiet. Just imagine if within the first five years you don't give your child a goal that has already filled up 70% of his mind if you don't give it something else.

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If you see so many children are lost. If you ask someone, what do you want to do? I don't know. What's your goal in life? Nothing. No goal. Why? Because the first years have been spent.

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How? wasting time right, not knowing what to do, where they want to go, what their goal in life is to be. So if at the beginning you don't tell your child what their identity is who they are using later on. It'll come automatically, it'll be very difficult.

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So we see that even on here on SNL, he put an effort

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he ultimate draw.

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And as a result, a las panatela says over here that we're Jada Kalamata baqia, tan fear aka de la loomio. June, so that they will return constantly they will return to the worship of Allah soprano data alone.

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But we see that sometimes a person puts in all his efforts.

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But not everyone from his offspring takes advantage or turns out to be the way you want them to be. Isn't it?

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It's possible you see that some others are striving so much to make their children you know good Muslims what what happens to give them all the training and when they grow up completely out events.

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We see that Ibrahim an s&m with his offspring even the same thing happened we learned in total on Kabuto 27 that were on the one hand, Allah subhanaw taala will herban Allah who is how Claire who were jalna Federica tinubu waterwell kita Tina who Adolphe dunia were in Nova de la mina sila hain. We're on one hand there was so much good that came out of his children on the other side. In fact I 113 we learned about our canal la he wala is help a woman Zhu Li ativa Marcin on what he wouldn't have seen him we'll be

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from among his descendants were those who were more sin and also those who determined themselves

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instead of the Messiah 54 to 55. We learn from other Athena Allah Ibrahim Al Kitab al hikma or attina homolka Lima from inhuman Amman, Avi, woman home man sat down who,

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among them some who believed in others who were prevented from it.

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So on one side, there were I just offspring but on the other side, there were also those who wronged themselves. But we see that on the part of the Brahim rissanen he fulfilled his responsibility. He put in his effort he made the This is why the one who turns away from the wave Ibrahim or the center, he is at fault. He is foolish himself. It's not Ibrahim Edison's fault. It wasn't that his efforts were not good enough. his prayers were not good enough. No. Those who turn away it is their own fault. Instead of Accra I 130. We learn what many are Oh boy. I'm miletti Ibrahima in lemon Sufi Hanif sir, who turned away from the wavy bra he read Islam except for the one who is foolish, the

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one who's making a fool of himself.

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So, yes, parents put in effort. They must set a goal for their children. But eventually they're not in your control.

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100% they're not in your control, you can only teach them but eventually they will make their own choices. But if you have done your part, you have made the are you have put in the effort, then you are guilt free, then you are not held responsible.

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Now we see over here that the example of Ibrahim in Islam as mentioned, and the people of Makkah, they consider themselves to be the followers of Ibrahim Ellison. They were also his descendants. But as time went by what happened to the people of Makkah?

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Initially, they were under heat, but later on, shell crept in to the extent that there were 360 items just in the cargo in and around the cabin 360 items, that place which was pure of ship, pure option was the hub of shipcloud. So was it Ibrahim rennaissance fault? No way, he put in his effort, and we see that when he put in his effort he may draw a las panatela did not let his efforts go waste. Yes, many generations the middle committed chip, but Allah subhanaw taala sent his final messenger. And though he again was established until today, though he was there.

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So Allah does not waste the efforts of the one who is sincere.

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Allah does not waste his efforts at all. For the time being there may be loss. However, in the long run, there is success.

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Bella matar to her hula whatever. However, I give enjoyment to these people, and also to their forefathers had a home will help go until the truth came to them.

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Well matter to her hula, who does have a refer to the people of Makkah. That if you see they claim to be the followers of Ibrahim realism, who was Ibrahim Renison, Morehead Hanif Muslim mark and Amina mashiki. But we see that these people who are they wish they came. So how come? They are mostly keen? It is because well matter to her Allah, Allah Subhana Allah says over here that I have given enjoyment to these people, enjoyment of what worldly life without hastening to punish them, that if they're doing schilke, Allah has not punished them immediately. These people and also their forefathers have a homerun Haku until now the truth has come to them. Which truth, the truth of the

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world solomo been and a clear messenger. So Allah subhanaw taala he answered the door of employment here so

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that the people for some time they did go off track. For some time they did do shake, but eventually a loss of data sent the truth to them. And he also sent a very clear messenger to them. And who does this clear messenger refer to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam? How is he Rasulo movie? That it was obvious he was a messenger. There is no doubt about him being a messenger.

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And also soon we'll be clarifying that he clarified to them what the haters were chipchase what a solo movie. But what did they do? What was the response of the people of monka? Well imagine a home will help go but when the truth came to them,

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they said had a say Hello, this is magic. We're in the cafe alone And indeed We are of it. disbelievers meaning we don't believe in it. And they began objecting