Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 27 – L271D

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Az-Zariyat 1-60 Tafsir 20-46


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The speakers discuss the various signs and power of Islam, including war, punishment, and reality. They also touch on the origin of the Day of Judgment and the significance of "has" in the title of the book. The speakers emphasize the importance of honking guests when serving, bringing out the best, and being aware of one's own abilities. They also discuss the use of words like "will" and "will tree" to describe experiences and the negative consequences of a storm.

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Lw militias en rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim

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lesson number 271 so to do that yet We'll begin with item for 20.

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Well Phil, only a to lil McLean, and on the earth are Signs for those who are certain in faith in the earth, Allah subhanaw taala has placed many ad for who for those who have been clean and who are clean and Allah yaqeen certainty in Allah, those who know him those who recognize him so in the earth there are many signs in the way of mountains, sees trees, fruits, plants, and many other things.

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And all of these signs, what do they point to the might the power of the Creator

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and they include what Allah subhanaw taala has placed on the earth, various plants, animals, valleys, mountains, deserts, rivers, and oceans and many other things instead of the Lord if for Allah says we'll fill up the paper on water gelato, which anatomy or Naveen was that on one appeal and sling one and well I also in one in

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in sort of Trafford i a 27 woman LG badly do that and build on world hunger on mortality from Anwar Wahhabi Basu. So mountains, parents, all of these are signs where he unphysical and also in yourselves a fella to Busan, then will you not see me there are many I add in your own cells as well that point to the power of Allah, that point to the mind of the Creator.

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What he unphysical were feeling physical, first of all means in your cells, meaning in your bodies, in your creation, the different stages of your life. If you think about the stages of embryonic development, so many I add in that

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if you think about how the human body is how Allah subhanaw taala has placed every organ where it needs to be, this various systems, that Allah subhanaw taala has created in the human body, the different faculties that people have of hearing of seeing of speaking, smell, different senses. People can talk people can walk, they can laugh, they can cry. Well he unfussy comb, look at this variation in your own bodies, the marvelous aspects of your creation

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and also wafi unphysical. That in yourself meaning in the people how that in the variation of your forms, each person is unique. In the variation of your colors, every person's color is different, the shade is different. In the languages that you speak, people speak so many different languages. every person's intellectual capability is different. his abilities are different, his likes are different, his dislikes are different power of understanding power of comprehension. wolfy unfussy calm, so much variety? What does that point to the power of Allah the knowledge of a lot of a lot of pseudo Do you not see them and infer from it the power of the Creator,

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and that he can also resurrect?

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Well, this summer it is home, and in the sky is your provision, meaning above from the sky, comes your risk cow in the form of rain in the form of sun, the sunlight as a result of that plants grow? Different things grow. So what is Soma is cocoa.

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And also the decree of your risk. Where's that made? up in the skies up in the heavens were for summer it is welcome, warmer to our Dune and whatever that you are promised,

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meaning whatever that you are promised, of evil of good.

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Where is it? Where does it come from?

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From up above the nozzle, the nozzle, melodica to a roof. they descend from the sky, you dip below a millimeter Cemetery in an alley.

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So when you are doing whatever promises that are made with you, whatever threats that are given to you, whatever warning, reward punishment is promised, out of that these decisions are made. Where

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were they made up in the sky up above? What is summer it is all gone. What do I do?

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for a summer it will all be done by the Lord of the heaven and the earth in the hula, Huck. Indeed it is the truth. What is the truth? The resurrection, the prophet, this Deen, whatever you have been promised, a reward of punishment in the year after all of this is true. It's a reality. And what kind of reality is it? mithila just like that, and indeed you all don't own you all speak just as you speak when you speak

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You hear your words when you speak, you know that you are the one who's speaking. Is it a fact? Is it a reality? Yes. Similarly, the coming of the Day of Judgment is also a reality.

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That is also reality that cannot be denied.

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If a person has spoken something, he said something, can he deny His words? Kenny? He cannot.

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Similarly, the day of judgment is coming, a person cannot deny myth Lama, an accountant, if it's a fact it's a reality, it's very obvious, you cannot deny.

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And it is so this is not something difficult to understand at all.

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When a person speaks, can his voice be recorded? Yes. Can be replayed? Yes. Similarly, the day of judgment, what's going to happen?

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Whatever a person has done, whatever a person has said, all of that will be brought forth in front of him and he will be recompense for it. So if it's not difficult for us to understand that a voice can be recorded and replayed, how can we find it difficult to understand that, that whatever actions a person does, they will also be replayed and a person will be recompense for them.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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Hello attacker? Has it come to you? Has it reached you? How do you see the news the story of Whoo, life Ibrahim, the guests of Ibrahim, who are the guests of Ibrahim

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the angels who came to him and notice how Allah says hello. Has this reached you? Why is the question being asked

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to arouse interest to raise our attention? So hello, Taka Hadees alafia Ibrahim, but these guests who were the unwelcoming they were honored guests. Why are these angels described as crummy? Because first of all, they were angels and angels, because they're so obedient to Allah subhana wa Tada. How does he describe them? Those were Noble. Because what do we learn in a coma covering the law hit a taco, who has the most ability in the sight of Allah the one who is most obedient, the one who is most careful? And the angels, they're very obedient to Allah, Ki ROM and Khatibi. Ki Rahman.

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Similarly, Allah describes the angels as bellary burden mo qalamoun. So the guests are described as micromine. Why? Because they were angels.

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Secondly, they're described as muslimeen because they were honored by Ibrahim Raisa.

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They came as guests, and Ibrahim al Islam welcomed them, he prepared a feast for them. He brought food for them. And he served them himself, himself, he served them.

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So he honored them. This is why Allah describes those guests as muslimeen.

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And thirdly, they're described as more coming simply because they were guests, any guests no matter who he is.

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Who is he?

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noble meaning he deserves respect from his the Hollywood era when they entered upon him for carlu. So they said, Salam and sell them as they came to him, this epsilon, what does that teach us?

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Who should say seller?

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The person who is coming and the person who was at home What should he do? Call a seller, he sets alarm as well. And he said, Amen.

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Meaning he said to himself, Coleman are people meaning these men who have come these guests who have come they are non current, meaning ones who are unknown. One. Karuna is a Florida Mancha and who is Mancha, one who is unrecognized a stranger, and identified, meaning an unfamiliar people whom we do not know.

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Why did you say a woman got on? Because really, he did not recognize them. He did not know who they were. They just came in the form of men. And he did not know which nation they were from which people they were from why they were coming for what purpose? He had no idea a woman caught on. But just because they had come as guests, and even though he did not recognize them. Did he welcome them? Yes, he did.

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Did he honor them? Yes, he did.

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Just imagine someone you don't know comes to your house.

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How would you feel?

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threatened? Afraid? very uncomfortable. Would you leave them even for a moment?

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Not at all. But what did he do Fatah either at least he that he went to his family secretly slipped away. raha is from the veterans law Well, they and role is to go towards something secretly to slip away. So for Allah, He slipped away a lot early to his wife, meaning he went in a way so that those guests would not even notice that he had gone.

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He went in a way that the guests wouldn't even notice that he had gone for Java. And then he quickly came buried in sameen with a fat roasted calf. That's what he brought in order to serve them. Just imagine. So mean by the way from the refactor seen meme known. And it's used for that, which is fishy, that which is obese. So he brought a calf that was very fat, fleshy, meaning it was not bony. There was a lot of flesh. Elsewhere in the Quran in surah, 269, we learned from Evita and jarabe region in honeys, he did not delay in bringing them a roasted calf. So here we learned, there was a lot of meat over there, we learned that he brought a roasted calf.

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What does this teach us?

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That when you have to serve your guests, how should you serve them?

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making a noise, disappearing for hours. Because sometimes what happens a guest comes in, he's sitting, waiting to be served. And what happens is the host, she goes to the kitchen, and she's not coming, people are sitting.

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But we see that Ibrahim right so now he slipped away very silently. So as guests don't even notice because sometimes when we make a big scene, what would you like? Can I bring this for you? Can I bring that for you? What does the guest feel

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awkward that he's causing so much inconvenience. This is part of respecting the guest that you don't let him feel awkward in any way that you don't let the guest feel that you're being burdened in any way.

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For Allah Allah Allah He slipped to his family meaning to his wife, he went to his wife, Ibrahim at a salon and he brought a fat calf. He brought the best that he had.

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And then for Cordova who la him and he placed it near them. He didn't just put it at the table and say Help yourselves. No, he brought it near them he brought it before then Cordova who Li him and Kala he said Aleta kulu Will you not eat? notice he's not forcing them to eat, but he's asking them in a suggestive way that aren't you going to eat for Carnival Who am Carla Aleta kulu

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we see that honoring guests is actually a part of immersion. We learn from her this woman can uh you know, Villa he will Yeoman for nucleon LIFO. He should honor his guests.

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And these verses, they indicate they teach us the proper way of honoring the guest. First of all, what do we learn from these if that when a guest comes serve the service, whatever that you have? Anything that you have offered them something?

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Secondly, whenever you make arrangements for the guests, how should you make those arrangements

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without making any noise? If from before you didn't know, the guests were coming, they came? Like for example over here. These angels escaped Ibrahim or Islam perhaps didn't have anything ready from before or he hadn't prepared anything for them especially. But how did he make the arrangements for them for all in a lady slipped away. So part of honoring the guest is to discreetly and quietly prepare the food for them and serve them that you don't create a lot of noise and climate that the guest feels bad that he's causing disruption that he's causing inconvenience if you start banging the dishes, making noise, yelling out orders, how's the guest going to feel so bad. Similarly, part

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of honoring the guest is that food should be brought out quickly. He went and he came back. It wasn't that he went and he stayed. And then he was called.

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Because sometimes what happens a host goes, he doesn't come and the host has to be called.

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But we see here that the food is brought quickly. And the guest did not know that the food was being prepared.

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Similarly, we see that Ibrahima Sam, he does not mentioned this favor to them by saying, we'll make food for you. We'll prepare food for you say, No. He just went and he brought food. Sometimes we say to people, was it I'll make that drink?

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For you, I'll make that juice for you, I'll make that food for you. And the guest feels horrible. He didn't want to cause that inconvenience, but he just feels uncomfortable because you're telling them again, I'll make this for you. I'll make that for you. This friend of ours, this elderly lady, she gets very upset when a guest is asked, What would you like to have?

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She says, Don't ask. It's disrespectful. Whatever you have, bring it, you have juice, coffee, tea, bring everything or bring whatever that's convenient for you to bring. Don't start asking a person. They're not at a restaurant. When you go to a restaurant over there, you're asked what would you like to eat? And how would you like it?

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When a person has come to your house, they're not at Tim Hortons that they're being asked how many milks and sugars would you like? So whatever you have, bring it in the best way.

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And you might think that no, you want to present the best to them. If you bring some kind of tea, which they don't have, then what's the point you're wasting food. But the thing is, that you bring whatever you have, in the best way that you can, for example, you bring in tea, how can you bring the tea, bring the milk separate? Bring the tea separate, and you bring the sugar separate to the spoon with it? How difficult is it? How much ever sugar they want, they can put it, whichever milk they want in their tea, they'll put it

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if they don't want milk, they won't take it. If they want their tea to be heated, they'll tell you.

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So part of honoring the guest is offering them serving them quickly. Whatever you have, without making them feel uncomfortable in any way. Similarly, we see that he brought the best kind of food or agent in sameen or is it an honeys.

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And he didn't just place the food far away from them, but he brought it close to them so that they could eat it. But it right before the honorable la

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This is also part of honoring the guest and he did not order them to eat rather he invited them to eat politely aletta Kowloon, will you not eat?

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What are the shows about Ibrahim renessa

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his character

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that what a great character he possessed. And we see that the angels when they did not eat Ibrahim restaurant felt a bit concerned.

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We learned in solitude is 70 furama idea who led this little lady Nikita who were Oh Jasmine who prefer and that's exactly what's mentioned in the following Ayah for older men who prefer and he fell from them apprehension, I will just as from the reflections while GMC, and what is to feel fear in one's heart.

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That when you feel afraid in your heart, so he felt afraid in his heart. And he kept it inside. He didn't show it on his face.

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Because if you start showing fatigue, and worry, and nervousness and fear on your face while the guest is there, will the guests feel comfortable? No.

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If you just sit down and you have your eyes almost closing, what will the guest feel so uncomfortable that why did we come even for older sameen home leafa. He didn't even show that fear cannula to have and they said don't fear what Bashar Oh, boo boo lemon, Arlene. And they gave him good news of a knowledgeable Boy, that he will have a son who will grow up to be a hula lamb.

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And while he is a lamb, he will be early lamb is used for a young boy who is in his early teens. So first of all, they gave him good news of a son who was to be born, which was a big news. And secondly, the fact that that son was going to grow up to Viola

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and thirdly, that while he will be able to learn young boy, he will be knowledgeable.

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Isn't that amazing? Because typically, when do people become learned

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in their later years, but this is who I am when I leave Who is this referring to? His hacker listener, because that is mentioned in solitude is 71 that one word or two who call him atone for the heck of a show now habit is how we work is how the article It is said that whenever I received this news, he was 100 years of age imagine and his wife Sato was 99 years old. Have you ever seen a woman who was 99 years old? 80 years old. Have you ever seen 90 years old? Just imagine she's giving birth? Isn't that amazing?

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Just imagine, so she was 99 years old at that time? Well, but Sharon will be 11 I mean, and they gave him good news of a knowledgeable learned boy for accountability to and his wife approached feels selected with a cry.

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Acquavella from the clutches of Bella. Aqua is to approach

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To come forward, or to begin to do something.

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And we learned that Salah she was there, because one or two for imagine she was standing right there she was in that same place. And when they gave this good news, all of a sudden she began feel somewhat in, in a cry suffer from the root letter Assad, rah, rah. And Samba is basically to scream to yell.

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It's basically used for a sharp cry, a loud voice.

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When does a person say something out loud,

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out of shock, out of joy, out of fear. So all of a sudden, when she heard that news, she's 19 years old, and she's told you're gonna give birth to a boy.

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She approached with a cry of alarm for soccer. And she struck her face socket from Ruth episod calf calf soccer. And soccer is when two things bang against each other with full force and strength. So for soccer, Raja, she slapped her face. Why? out of the out of amazement, many women do that.

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We'll call it and she said, are Jews in our team, a barren old woman? Meaning that I'm supposed to be an old woman? How can I give birth

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our users from their own countries I say, and I just is one who is able are Jews is used for a person who is not able to have a child understand our users who one who is not able to have a child and it's also used for one was very old.

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Because when a person becomes old, can they have a child? No, they cannot. And they become artists in many different ways as well. they're unable to walk, unable to go out unable to drive unable to eat themselves unable to even take a shower themselves or Jews. I'm such an old woman. And on top of that, I murky murky waters from the waters I mean, aroma is used for such dryness that does not absorb anything, what is it? Such dryness, that does not absorb anything. So I am RPM, meaning I am barren. Rocky was used for a barren woman in particular because she does not accept the sperm, meaning the womb does not accept the sperm. It does not absorb the sperm. It says oh the woman's

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soccer with our Jews and our cream, how can I give birth

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to this ad catolica. Thus it will be on a book your Lord has said. Allah has said this will happen in the who who will Hakeem early? Indeed he is the wise and he's the annoying.

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And Hakeem is not just wise but what other meaning does it give? What other meaning does Hakeem give

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the one who makes the decision and also implements it? So he has made that decision, and he's going to carry it out and he is the one who is knowing he knows his creatures. He knows how to do whatever he wants to do.

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You may think that it's impossible for you to have a child but he knows how to make you have a child.

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He's Hakeem and Arlene

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into the to die 72 to 73 we learn how to try like a needle will enter our juicer will have a very shaped hole in the head Ella shaken RG What was she told?

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A third jobina Menominee Allah? Are you surprised at the command of Allah? Why are you surprised? Allah is able to everything.

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So what does this teach us? What lesson is there in this for us?

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Let me think about it. The monkey says what do they emphasize?

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resurrection belief in the hereafter. Right? So if a woman is barren, she's old. She cannot have a child. She gives birth.

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Anything is possible for Allah when a person has died, his body is disintegrated. Allah can also bring about that person again. He can resurrect him.

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Let's listen to the recitation

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the show

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Ibrahim alayhis salam said then what is your business here? Well, messengers,

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when the angels came to Ibrahim or SNM as guests, and he honored them, he served them. And when they did not eat his food, he felt afraid. What happened? The angels informed him that they were in fact, angels of Allah. This is why they weren't eating.

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And they also gave him good news of the birth of a son.

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But everyone here has said he knew that the angels wouldn't just come just to give him good news. He knew that there was something more to the story. So he asked the angels for Malhotra welcome. So what is your business? What is your concern? Are you one more saloon? How to from the root letters hot and hot is an important affair and important condition and important state that a person is in.

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So what is your business? What brings you here are messengers or angels.

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Earlier they said in our center we have been sent in a calm imagery mean to people who are criminal. And who are these people. The people of Luther are in a salon because before the angels took the punishment over there, they were sent to Ibrahim Renison where they gave him the good news. Lino sila lay him descend down upon them, hey Jada to maintain stones of clay, meaning we have been sent to the people of loot, in order to bring about the punishment on them Finally, and this punishment is going to be of hedgerow of stones, which are going to be rained upon them, and these stones are going to be of clay. And these stones Muslim women are in the beaker marked in the presence of your

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Lord Lin Masri fiend for the transgressors. Meaning all of these stones which are going to be hurled on them, which are going to be rained down upon them are going to be muscle warmer. Musoma from the root letters seen well, name from the word the swim, and the swim is to mark something. What does it mean to mark something, and Selma is to go in search of something. And musawah is one that is marked. This is some of Maroon one that has been marked with a specific sign. So all of these stones are going to be marked meaning they're going to be bearing the name of the person at whom they will be hurled at. So just imagine it wasn't that at random, those stones were going to be thrown No.

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It was decided which stone is going to hit who just imagine, just imagine who some women are in sort of bigger limousine, for those who are transgressors. And what was their ASLEF the various crimes that they were committing, including the crime of homosexuality. So imagine the punishment is so severe that the punishment for each person was marked out. This Dawn is going to hit so and so musawah Martin or endora Baker, lol must repeat. What is this show? How severe this crime is in the sight of Allah? How severe this crime is that imagine the punishment is marked out for the person for us and Arjuna. So we brought out man canopy her whoever was in it, many, many of the believers

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fee her What does her refer to the cities, the towns, meaning of the towns of the people of load, anyone who was a believer, he was taken out of there, he was brought out of there.

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You know, for example, if there is a disaster that is going to strike a particular city and people find out from before then what happens? The city's evacuated.

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But over here we see that for Arjuna man canopy homido, meaning only the believers were taken out, because Ibrahim RSM he was concerned when he was informed that the people of loot are going to be destroyed. We learn insulted or uncovered I authority to Allah in a fee helluva. He said indeed, in that city is Luke, how can you bring about the punishment that the angels replied national airline movement fee her lunigiana who was a llama who cannot believe he will be saved and his family will be saved except for his wife.

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From our children, our fee her, and we found not within it layer abating except for a house mineral muslimeen of the Muslims in all of those cities because it wasn't just one city. It was several cities to whom Lutheranism was sent to in all of those towns. Allah says family which I didn't fit her, we did not find by elevating except for just one bait, except for just one house of who we don't muslimeen of those who are Muslim.

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Only one Muslim household, only one Muslim family could be found in that entire population. And this household was a vote of Lutheranism.

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Notice how they have been described as meaning and then later on muslimeen because they were believers in their heart and they had also outwardly submitted as well. Because we see that the wife of Lutheranism, what was she? She was a hypocrite because on the apparent

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she claimed to be a believer, but on the inside her sympathies were with her

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with her people, so she was not of the Muslim and she was not of the mood meaning she had just outwardly been compliant and that outward compliance even was not sufficient for my word NFV her re innovating mean and was slimming.

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In throw to him I attend Allah says La Bella who methylene lilla Dena cafaro in will add a new hand salute for the disbelievers en la strikes an example of of the wife of new RSM and the wife of loot, or his lm, Canada, both of them were that are both documentary bernadina under two servants of our servants, meaning they were under two servants of ours, both of these women, their husbands were who prophets of Allah, but for Hanukkah Houma, but they were treacherous to both of them how what was it? Leanna hypocrisy that on the outward they were believers on the inside, no. Amen. So they were not spared, they were also punished. What are aachener fy 18 and we left there in assign in were in

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their towns, meaning they were punished, the punishment was brought down upon them and assign was left of these people a sign of what an indication of their destruction

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an indication that there were people who lived here once upon a time, but they were destroyed.

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But who will see that I who will benefit from that I a little Edina for those who do have phone or other mobile Aleem who fear the painful punishment. They will take a lesson from this. Now the question is what is the sign?

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We learned that the people have built How are they destroyed?

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their cities were literally picked up, they were overturned and then thrown back on the ground. This is why they're known as Duffy gets the cities that were overturned, they were turned upside down.

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Now imagine if a city is turned upside down? And then on top there is a shower of stones.

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Is there any sign that's going to remain? Any sign? No, you won't think so.

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Any sign is not going to be like for example, other people that people have arguments about what happened to them, their houses, their constructions that are owned, even whatever he built. It still exists today. So it's obvious that there were people who lived here once upon a time, but the people have Luthor entire nation was turned upside down. But Allah subhanaw taala says here that there is an ayah

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what is that ayah

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many people say that it refers to the seed that covers the area that they lived in, which is the Dead Sea.

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And also the surrounding areas in which according to some resources we learn that literally graveyards have been found of people who have been buried, but it's not possible that there's a graveyard in the middle of nowhere. There has to be some kind of population, some kind of people who lived by that graveyard. If the graveyard is found, that means there were people who live here once upon a time. Where do those people go? Where are they remnants, they're nowhere to be found.

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Because Allah subhanaw taala completely destroyed them. So what is this ayah What are the signs the various things that are discovered around that area

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and also on top of that area, the Dead Sea First of all, and then in the surrounding areas, the things that are discovered,

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but who will take a benefit from this alladhina Hakuna or the herbal ilium those who fear the painful punishment inserted Anca budaya 35 we learn why Nakata rockclimbing her I attend by unit and you tell me your Cologne, a clear sign but for who

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For those people who use reason

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wafi Moosa and also in Moosa, meaning we have also left a sign in the story of Musa there is also a big sign there is also a big lesson. It also now who elevator owner when we sent him to fit our own with what Bissell Barnum will be with a clear evidence, what was the clear evidence, the miracles that he presented such as the staff, the glowing hand, and remember Soltani mubin is also understood as the arguments that he presented that every time for their own, try to refute him every time for their own tried to change the topic. musasa always had a response, this will find Him will be

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further will be Rocky, but he turned away with his supporters who

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fit our own, because he is the one to whom musasa was sent to Sofia our own, he turned away broken he what is broken mean, broken is used for a corner.

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And it's also used for a pillar. Why? Because it is taken as a support. A pillar is a means of support. Similarly a corner, can that be taken as a support easily. Sometimes if you have to recline something against a wall that is flat that is playing, it's difficult, it might fall. But if you put it in the corner, then what happens? It stays why because it has support from two sides. Similarly, the word token is also used for a pillar because it's a support, then the word local applies to anything from which support can be taken. So what was the local after our own,

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broken off in our own what was the support of it our own It was his power. It was his milk. It was his kingdom, his authority.

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So for the one lab locally, he was proud of his power of his model of his authority of his control. And this is why he turned away

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and broken he broken is also understood as his his people, the elite, his host his armies. And why are they called broken because they supported him. So fatawa Bureau clean, because of all the support he had. This is why he turned away

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because of all the support he had. And also he turned away along with his supporters. So it wasn't just that he disbelieved, but along with him, his people also disbelieved. We'll call her and he said Sir heroin, a magician, meaning he called masala Islam, a magician, Omer junoon or a madman? How is it possible that a person is a magician, and he's a madman at the same time? It doesn't make sense. It's illogical.

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Because magicians in order to perform their magic in order to come across as someone who's very clever and smart, they cannot be mad. So it says ofin are almost contradicting himself just as earlier in the sutra. What did we learn in Nikola Colin Morton, if you are of varying opinions concerning the profits on a lotus and I'm contradicting yourselves.

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So similarly for our own also, he called musala Sam's head original intro to sharara i a 34. In the head Allah session early intro to sharara i a 27. Allah in Nara Sula, como la de la silla la con, lemme junoon.

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So what happened then for a hardener who, so we see as to what you knew the who, and also his armies.

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All those people who disbelieved along with him, all those people on the support of whom he disability turned away. A loss of panatela sees him and also his junoon phenibut. Now home, then we threw them, we flung them phillium me in the sea over who am relieved when he was blameworthy.

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It wasn't that frown was innocent. No, he was moody. He was blameworthy. He was guilty. What he did was really a crime.

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And Malema has also been understood as that why he was blaming himself, which is why we see the crown repented at the last moment, but that repentance was not acceptable.

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He wasn't forgiven. Well, who am I believe? So? What's the lesson in this for us?

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That if a person does not make amends at the right time, later on, they're not of any use, even if he blames himself, even if he's very angry with himself, well, who am relieved?

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And we see that many times? Why is it that we end up disobeying Allah? Why is it that we have the confidence to disobey Allah?

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Because we think we're perfectly fine.

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We think nothing wrong will happen.

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We're proud of the power that we have. The wealth that we have the resources we have the means that we have

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but we see that no matter what a person has of this dunya it can not help him It can not save him. It cannot support him.

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We see that those people whom others rely upon whom they have so much confidence on, even they live, even they abandoned a person at the time of need.

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Just the other day somebody was mentioning to me, that in Pakistan, this person from the jail, he called that older. And he said, that I have been in jail since about 15 years or so, for a crime that I have not committed.

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And I am here and I'm in a particular kind of a jail. And I have no family. I have no supporters, no one to come and take me out. I have no money. I only have one daughter, who cannot do anything for me.

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Basically, he was requesting some help that Please do something for me Get me out of here, and the kind of jail that he was in. It's basically a dark room, when which several people are jailed in together, that is their place where they eat, where they sleep, where they use the washroom where they do everything that is a place and only for 10 minutes, in 24 hours, they're allowed to come out and see sunlight. Just imagine.

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And I was thinking that this is the idea that when a person is in trouble when a person is in a difficulty, those who are closest to you even cannot do anything. Your own daughter cannot help you.

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So no matter how much help a person has in this dunya, no matter how many supporters he has,

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these supporters are nothing. They cannot help you. They will also abandon you, they will deceive you, they will leave you when a person dies,

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his loved ones do they come with him into his grave. They don't.

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If a person is proven guilty, and he's supposed to be in jail for the next 30 4050 years, let's say he's given a life sentence. You think his family is going to come and live with him? No.

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They're going to leave him eventually. What can they do? They have to move on with their lives.

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So we see this deception in dystonia, even the people whom you think are your supporters, they're the ones who will care for you. They're the ones who will be by your side all your life even when you're in difficulty. But a time comes when they also leave you when you left all on your own no matter who you are.

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We see fit our own he turned away Why bureau county he had so much confidence in his people in his civilization in his supporters. But what do we learn from the Navajo? What do you know though fun about Nahum phillium me well who am I believe no one will help you then

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Well, here are the audit and also in our meaning and also an odd is a lesson in our Santa Elena, when we sent against them, the highly acclaimed the barren wind, the barren wind was sent against them, what does it mean by this barren wind eliakim as you know is used for that which is better than that, which is dry, that which is not produced anything in which there is no height, no Baraka

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this wind that was sent upon them was a dry and devastating when

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typically when wind blows, what does it bring?

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rain clouds, moisture. Similarly, wind is a means of spreading pollen, fertilization, so many good things happen. But this wind was barren meaning it did not bring any rain. It did not bring any good weather. It did not fall in it. No, it was really hard our team

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and it was so dry. It was so devastating. That matter Not to mention in it left nothing at that era of what it came upon. Matter this wind did not leave men Shay in anything at all. Any soul, any property any tree anything that this wind hit against Illa except jala to it made it a meme like disintegrated ruins anything that this wind hit that it blew against it left it as chromium, chromium from the router is wrong Me Me and Romania as you know is used for rotten decade. disintegrated bones. We have learned this word earlier as well. My your healer allama were here with me who can give life to these bones while they are decayed decompose disintegrating

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so everything that is wind hit it left it cover mean

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if you look at a dry bone, or a bone that is disintegrating, does it have any moisture in it? Does it No, it doesn't have any life in it. Similarly, anything that is when it dried it up completely of any moisture

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so that no moisture was left in it and when something becomes cold

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pletely dry, and when hits it again, then what happens? What happens to it? Like for example, you have dry leaves, if the wind is picking them up, throwing them around what's going to happen to those leaves

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they're going to be broken up further into pieces. So this integrated ruins weathered in scattered pieces. This was the state of everything that that when it from people to their properties

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were FIFA mood. And also in some mood, there is a sign

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in Taylor home when it was said to them tomato Enjoy yourselves Hector hain until a time the people of the woods when the messenger Salallahu alaihe salam came to them. What did they demand a miracle? And what was the miracle that they demanded in particular as she can and that she can well came upon them they saw it coming. What did they do to it? They hamstrung it they kill it. When they kill that she can outside her salon warn them you have only three days. You have only three days. So it Ilana home when it was sent to them. By way of warning that tomato Enjoy yourselves meaning live had their hand until the time meaning you only have three days to live. That's it

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into the truth is 65 we learn Falco to her. So they hamstrung the she camel for Karla tomato roofie. Daddy come Salah, SATA Yemen. So he said Enjoy yourselves in your homes for three days. They were given the warning of three days. The early Govardhana amaku. That is a promise not to be denied. But did they take any lesson from it? No. for October on the him but they were incident toward the command of their Lord. Otto i into well or enter? Yeah. What does that mean, to turn defiant, do become arrogant and refuse to obey.

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So far, Otto or Amira be him when they were warned that you have only three days What were they expected to do do Toba? But did they care about it? No. They didn't even bother to do tober for her to masakatsu so the sorry construct them. It sees them were humean de Lune while they were looking Asarco from newsletters soldering, of and Sarika, as you know is used for a thunderbolt. And it's also used for death and destruction. from other places in the Quran. We learned that an earthquake sees these people appears in crime. And over here we learn a Sarika thunderbolts Easter well home Ian's alone while they were looking as if they saw the Thunderbolt falling down from the sky upon

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them. But they couldn't do anything to escape. They couldn't do anything to save themselves like in sort of half we learned Helman materials. Is there any escape? Even these people could not find any escape for that to Masako homeand alone.

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And also Bohemians. Luna has been understood as that this Thunderbolt fell upon them during daytime

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during their time while they could see what was happening, that is when the punishment descended on them. And when it descended from a Stelter woman, I mean, and they were unable to arise. They were unable to stand up then, once they fell, once a thunderbolt fell upon them, destroying them. They weren't able to get up again. They weren't able to rise up again. They had no strength to stand against it.

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Well, America no one does lady and they could not even help themselves. When does lady in Florida have Montessori and who is Montessori? One who defends himself who helps himself one who takes revenge for himself.

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So they could not even defend themselves, nor could they take revenge from the one who sent the punishment on them.

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In other words, they could not resist the punishment. incertitude is 67 we learn what other Latinas Allah will say how to philosophy dare him Jessie mean, and the shriek sees those who had wronged and they became within their homes, corpses that were fallen prone, corpses lying, dead, fallen, couldn't do anything. They couldn't get up again. Usually when a person slips when he falls down, what does he do? The first thing he gets up, but once these people fell, they could not get back.

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So when a person stands arrogantly against Allah, He is made to fall down when he falls down, then he doesn't get up.

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walk over to him in kaaboo and we destroy the people have known before in the home indeed they can they were home and people fess up who were sinful.

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If you notice what comb I knew him oma. oma is monsoon. And we see that in the previous ayat by for example, in the story of musasa what has been said where Fie moose Musa is module where fee, then similarly we learn what fees

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and then we learn what coma

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knew him. What does it show that worker woman or hand this is not directly connected with

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art and the mood and the story of Musa listen I'm disconnected with something else because it's one so their love is different. So what is it connected with?

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This is connected with forever now home phillium me to people off musala salon if you look in Aisle number 45 now who would you knew that Who? Forever now home phillium me well who am I believe and then meaning we also drowned Who? home I knew the people of New

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so they were drowned as well. We'll call Manu Haman kaaboo

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and why is min harbor lucid because they were drowned before all of these people that are mentioned over here they were the first people to be drowned first people to be punished. And even they were guilty in a home can calm and fast shipping. Indeed they were people who were sinful, meaning they deserved that punishment.

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