Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 28 – L281B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the title Mahdi Shetland virgin tetillzikim, which is the title of the book Mahdi Shetland's first book. Lehigh Liao arguing with a Prophet about her husband's divorce caused problems and lost trust. The speakers stress the importance of listening to people and bringing up the idea of divorce, avoiding words that carry no meaning, and not giving up on old age. They also emphasize the need for caution and forgiveness for actions that don't make a difference. The speakers stress the importance of following laws and command, avoiding language and actions, and seeking forgiveness for actions that don't make a difference.
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Are the human a Shetland virgin Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

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lesson number 281 solar thermal J Dilla is number one to 22

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Elmo J Dilla or Elmo J Dilla Which one is it?

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with J Dilla What does mu J Dilla mean? She who disputes medalla dispute,

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sort of the moja dealer is a motherly Sora

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and it was revealed after sort of

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it was revealed after so little

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with this aura is the beginning of the 28th just on the Quran, which means there are only two mortgages left after this one.

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And this June, the 28th Jews has a total of nine sources. And all of these nine chapters are Madani. And the primary theme of all of these sources is to establish a very strong connection with the deen of Allah subhanaw taala.

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The first surah in this juice, this little magenta,

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and the first verse of the surah mentioned who a woman

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the last surah of this juice is sort of the theme and the last verse mentioned Xu women.

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And we see that in this juice, as I mentioned to you earlier, what is emphasized is a strong relationship with the dean as well as maintaining a balance between Dean and donia which is how by taking your family along with you and not completely neglecting them.

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So we will learn in this juice, many

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family rulings,

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such as those of Pollock, those of we have and we will also learn about the importance of focusing on the author and focusing under the

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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Are the Samir Allah who co lead Letty to De Luca fiso Jihad? Certainly Allah has heard the speech of the one the speech of that woman who was arguing with you or Prophet sallallahu Sallam concerning who feeds Oh, do you have concerning her husband? She was arguing with you. However, what is the key in a law? She was complaining to Allah? While law who yes Moreau to Howard Akuma and Allah was listening to the conversation of both of you in the law Samir mislead Indeed Allah is hearing and he is seeing

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or the Samira, Allah has heard already. In fact, he heard what did he hear?

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Oh, the statement the saying of Wu allottee to Jaya De Luca of that woman who was arguing with you?

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Who was that woman? Hola, bent salad.

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Lovely Allahu anhu.

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Who is the wife of us, even a sonnet.

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She was the wife of who always been a sonnet. And she was arguing with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to JD Naka, is from doodle. With J Dilla. From the same route, what does that mean?

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argument dispute.

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But it is such an argument in which one person is questioning the other is answering.

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And like this, there's a back and forth that's going on.

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So for example, one person is saying tell me what to do.

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The other thing I don't know what you can do.

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One person says, but how can this happen? The other says because of such and such reason, so it's like an argument where none is willing to accept when and is willing to compromise. Okay? And there's a back and forth going on question answer. And this is exactly what was going on over here as well. That this woman was asking the prophets that a lot is Adam, please tell me what to do.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was telling her that if this is what your husband has done, then that's it. What can be done so to JD Luca fees out he has she was arguing with the prophets that a lot of them concerning her husband

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Why? Because he had pronounced Lee have on her.

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He had pronounced Liao on her What is Lehigh? We will just look at it. What does turkey it Allah but she was complaining to Allah that's turkey from ishika Shin calf well, and each Tikka is to complain to someone of your situation, so that they can help you. This is what hdk is. So she was arguing with the Prophet however she was complaining to Allah because only Allah can solve the problem. Well, luckily Esmeralda, Howard Akuma the house

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is from However, while the house is a conversation, a dialogue in which both parties are involved in talking.

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So Allah was listening to the conversation of both of you. In the Lucha Samir embassy, Indeed Allah is hearing and he is seen

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in the days of ignorance, when a husband became upset with his wife,

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and he wanted to divorce her.

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Many times, he would pronounce really hard on her.

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What does that mean? He would say the statement of rehab, which is saying to the wife, that Auntie Ella, here, go to me, you are to me like the back of my mother, meaning just like my mother is hard on me, there is absolutely no concept of any relationship between me and my mother. Similarly, between you and myself, no relationship, you are as held on me, as my mother is held on me.

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And this was a form of irrevocable divorce,

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a final divorce, which meant that after this, the husband and wife could not get together at all, no nica could take place nothing It was completely wrong. You understand? So a man would pronounce this and this was considered as an irrevocable divorce a permanent divorce.

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Now, the first ruling concerning this we have read where in certain

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we learned in einem before when my agenda as well as your Kamala E to LA he rownum in hoonah, Omaha, Chico, that those women whom you pronounced really hard on, Allah does not make them your mother's No, they don't become your mother's like that. Just because you say you are like my mother. She doesn't become your mother.

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And the detailed ruling concerningly have is given in this surah

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Why was it given now, because there was a situation

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that actually arose where Hola, Rio De La Hoya and her her husband pronounced Lee held on her.

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When her husband pronounced Li hard on her, she came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, seeking a verdict seeking a decision that what are we supposed to do now? And why did she come to him because there was no clear ruling with regards to this rulings concerning divorce concerning for lack, they had already been revealed. We have learned about them in turtle belcarra. Right. And remember,

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all of these rows were revealed in the beginning, right. And so little Azov was later on. So, rulings pertaining to divorce were already revealed, but pertaining to we have, there was no clear ruling that is invalid. What will happen if a man pronounces Li hard on his wife, so she came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam seeking a decision?

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And we learned that she said to him, that O Messenger of Allah, my husband has not used the word Allah.

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He sadly had on me, but he did not use the word Allah, he just said, aunty La Colonia to me, I have spent my youth with him. So who would I spend my old age with?

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If this is a permanent divorce, I have spent all my life with him. And now who's going to take me who's going to accept me when I'm so old? I have children from him. And if I separate from him, then what will happen to my children?

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If I separate from him, what about my children? And if I keep my children with me, then who will provide for their expenses? And she was crying. And she was constantly complaining and she was going on and on? And she was saying, All messenger of Allah, is there any way out of the situation that could save me and my children from ruin?

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Because we had meant permanent divorce. That's it no getting back together, according to the Arab customs. So she was like, what are we supposed to do? There has to be a way out.

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So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was silent, obviously, because there was no clear ruling concerning this. he regarded this as a permanent divorce as well, because that was the custom of the time. So she was not ready to accept that What did she do, she complained to a law with a sticky in law. She was sitting right there, and she was complaining to Allah. And before he when she got up to leave a loss of data revealed concerning her, he revealed these ayat giving a solution to her and many other people as well. who were at that time.

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Now imagine, I want you to think about it over here, that this woman brought her case to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And if you think about it, he didn't have a solution for her. Isn't it so? But who heard her complaint? Allah subhanaw taala and who provided a solution to her? Allah soprano.

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Allah is the one who saved her and her children her family, her household from ruin, by revealing with regards to her this shows

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A very, very important lesson to us what? That when a person is in trouble when a person is in difficulty, okay? He goes to other people, she goes to other people seeking their advice, asking them, what should I do? However, the real solution who has it?

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Allah subhanaw taala. So you can ask people, you can take their suggestions, however, who do you complain to?

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Allah? Because you see what that's the key in Allah. She was arguing discussing with the Prophet but she was seeking a solution from who? A Lost Planet Allah.

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So this is very important, because many times when there's a problem between a husband and wife,

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in family members, any problem, what do people do? They go and talk to others. Okay, talk to others. Discuss the problem with them. Try to get a solution from there. But don't expect that they will definitely give you a solution. Who can actually give you a solution? Allah soprano turn, therefore, turn to him.

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Ask him

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many times, we talk to people we discuss with people but we don't make dua to Allah.

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If you think about it, the time that we have spent in discussing the problem with the people is much more than the time we have spent in making There are so much turkey in Allah complained to Allah because we're lonely as men with our allies, the one who can truly make a way out for you. He is the one who listens to our conversations. He is the one who can provide solutions.

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And many times it happens that people when they have a dispute, like for example, a husband and wife and they turn to others. does it solve the problem? Or does it worse than the problem? makes it much worse? Isn't it because they lose the trust of one another?

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And also, if you think about it, people go to any other person. But over here we see that Hola. Who did she go to? The profits are the loudest?

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Because he was a messenger of Allah. He was the leader. He was the one who taught them the deen. And what do we learn in the Quran? One after left on theme and che in for hoekman? in Allah, Allah subhanaw taala is Al Hakim, what does it mean? That with regards to your worldly affairs with regards to your religious affairs, ally is the one who makes the judgment. So turn to him, ask him to this woman consulted with the Prophet, however, who did she complain to? Allah soprano that

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I should have learned how she said All Praise be to Allah who hears all voices, the woman who disputed came to the prophet and argued with him while I was in another part of the room, unable to hear what she had said.

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And what it allows it or the Samia Allah who Allah has heard. cola Lottie to Jeju coffee zodia.

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She was in the same room. She did not hear who heard Allah subhanaw taala from above is,

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isn't that amazing? This is why the end of the day what does it say in Aloha, Samir own viously, Allah is hearing and he is seeing

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we learned something very important from this as well from the statement of the learner. And what is that? That if you have a problem to discuss with someone, if you have a problem to share with someone so that they can advise you don't go and tell everybody about it. Don't create such a scene and such a foster everybody's wondering what's going on? What just happened? No, just go and speak to the concerned person.

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Go and speak to who to the concerned person, talk to them and complain to who Allah made the art to him. But unfortunately, what is our way we want everybody to find out. We talked to one person, we talked to another person and then another this is not the way doctor only the concerned person and complain to Allah.

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One more thing that we learned in this is that Allah subhanaw taala heard her statement.

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Allah subhanaw taala heard her ustica her complaint

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and he responded to her. How by revealing is

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what does that show that Allah hears that there are some of the servants. This is why he says we'll call her up buco Moroni, as the jeweler can

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call upon me and I will respond to you.

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We call upon who people who don't want to listen to us, who don't have time to listen to us. And Allah is telling us the Rooney as the Jubilee

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So what do we need to do? Call upon him because he hears

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and we see that are modeled in our own home. Once he was with his companions, when he was a halifa. And on the way he came across as he was walking with his companions on the way he came across a woman who stopped him. And her little did I know immediately stopped. And he listened to what she had to say very patiently, with his head bent down, and he wasn't really looking at her, but rather he with his head bent down, he was listening to her. And he did not move until she completely finished.

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Now, the people who are with or model denardo, they said, afterwards when she finished and they were going from there, that Oh, ameerul momineen. You held back the cottage cheese for so long for the sake of this old woman, any we were all waiting for you while you were listening to her? Who is this woman? Or what are the nine who said Do you know who she is? She is holed up in Santa Rosa, the lady whose complaint was heard at the seventh heaven.

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The lady whose complaint was heard were at the seventh heaven, by God, even if she had kept me standing till the night I would have kept standing. I would only have excused myself at the prayer times.

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That if Allah give so much attention to her statement, you think I should not listen to her? I should also listen to her.

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Look at what Allah revealed concerning her father semirara Allah who cona Lottie to J De Luca fiza. Jia, what a Stacie in a La La Jolla Smeralda Howard Akuma, in the Lucha Samir, and proceed,

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and then Allah subhanaw taala also provided a solution.

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And what is that solution? That alladhina uwsa Haruna men come minister in him, those men, those people who pronounce leha among you,

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Minister him, meaning against their women, to separate from their wives, they pronounced li ha. Minister to him. Why in order to separate from them? Allah says my ohana Omaha to him. Those women, they don't become their mothers. Just because they say Auntie Alia Casa to me, that does not make their wife their mother in Omaha to whom their mothers are not inlet except Allah IE, those women who were led in a home who gave birth to them. So who is your mother?

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The one who gave birth to you? Not the one whom you say, You are my mother. You understand? So just because a person says you are my mother, does she become his mother? No.

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in Omaha to him in the law, he Well, I don't know.

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Over here, we learned a very important thing as well.

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That there's a clear difference between who a wife and a mother

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isn't it? So Allah tells us clearly who the wife is. And he tells us clearly who the mother is. They're two separate people.

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And they have two separate roles. And they have completely different rights as well.

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Because some people they get confused if I listen to my mother that means I don't listen to my wife for listen to my wife, that means I don't listen to my mother. If I make my mother happy, that means I don't make my wife happy if I make my wife happy, I don't make my mother happy. No, they're completely two different individuals. And they have completely two different who cook and you are obligated to towards both of them. Right? So Allah says over here in Omaha to him in La la de La Nina home. Both have their own places the mother has her own place. The wife has her own place don't confuse between the two. Were in their home and indeed the layer coluna surely they say mancora

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mineral cola Zoo Uhura those men who pronouncedly ha, what kind of words are they uttering?

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They're saying something that is mooncup and they're saying something that is Zulu. What is Mancha?

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What is one cup, a statement that is recognized drunk. It's understood that it is incorrect.

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So Allah says we're in the home layer como una Mancha, mineral County was there saying Mancha and Zeus.

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The words of the heart, what are they first of all, monka. monka is well that which is denied that which is disapproved, that which is not accepted by what? by their actual by the Sharia, by fifth law, meaning illogical? Does it make sense for a man to say to his wife, you like my mother? It doesn't make sense. This is completely wrong. The ACO doesn't accept it. The Sharia doesn't accept it. Fitts law doesn't accept it. These words are what in decent words.

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Words are indecent. It's not right to say such words.

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And secondly, Allah says they are zoo. What is a

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lie? So it's a big lie. It's a big lie to call your wife Your mother is a big lie. If you call your wife, your mother, she doesn't become your mother. And remember, that zoo is a lie, which means that it's a statement on which a person gets what? sin,

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sin for it. So it's catnip and sinful speech. Mancha and it's sinful speech.

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We're in the Lucha and Indeed Allah, Lara for one hour for surely he is pardoning and he is forgiving.

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Why are these attributes mentioned over here? That Yes, what has been said? Is Mancha is zoo. However, Allah soprano Talia is also forgiving, he also pardons people, which is why he has provided a way out

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that if someone has said these words, out of ignorance, that Allah subhanaw taala out of his mercy, he has made a way out as well. And what is that way out? That is also given over here.

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What do we see? That Allah subhanaw taala does not see as a person immediately.

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Allah subhanaw taala does not punish a person immediately, okay? But rather he gives rest bite

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he gives time.

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Now, imagine if we had was such that a person pronounced it and that's it. It would be permanent divorce, just imagine the repercussions. It would cause so much problem, isn't it?

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But look at the mercy of Allah Look at his forgiveness, that first of all, he declared these words as completely invalid,

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that they carry no meaning. They're not effective at all. And secondly, he's also provided a solution out of his forgiveness.

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And what is that solution? When Medina US law, he wrote me Nyssa he him. And those men who pronounced Lee have from their wives, those men who pronounced Lee have against their wives. So may or who do not email palu. And then they wish to go back on what they said. Meaning they wish to go back on what they said.

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The words that they pronounced, they wish to take them back.

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They want to make up for it. Then in that case, a person cannot just go into Oh, I'm sorry.

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No, he has to pay a fine.

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He has to pay a fine, because these words are what? Zoo

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sinful. These words are what Mancha and when a person says Mancha and zoo, then he's committed a sin. When he's committed a sin that means it needs to seek forgiveness. That means though why is necessary. And remember for Toba bar to sober is what

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Bart has always what is law? Right? Whatever wrong has been done, you make up for it part of obeys that if there's a punishment, you take that as well. There's a fine up that as well.

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So, over here law says that somebody originally Macondo than they wish to return to what they have said meaning they wish to take back their words, they wish to get back with their wives, then they have to do something, what is it that they have to do for the heavy rocker button, then freeing a neck? What does it mean by a neck

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slave man or woman? So in other words, they have to set a slave free.

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Just imagine they have to free a slave Min cobbly ATMs, before they both touch one another.

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What does it mean by ATMs?

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Both touch one another. This is not just touching as in hand shape, but this refers to marital relations. So before marriage relations are established before sexual *, the man he has to give what he has to set a slave free.

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rarely come that or you all do or Luna v you are admonished by it. You are instructed with it. What? Setting a slave free you are given this instruction, meaning you have to do it. This penalty you have to take it will not will be matter. I'm aluna. Habib and Allah is of whatever you do, fully aware. Meaning whether you give the penalty or not Allah knows about it.

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You tell somebody about it or not. Allah knows what love will be math art Madonna Hubby, Sophia a lot regarding this.

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Now, this is something

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Very serious.

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One statement and Dr. Lake aloha to me and look at the repercussions that a person has to set free, a slave, which is not cheap, very expensive, it can get very expensive. What is a chore to us?

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What does it show us?

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The severity of what speech right? That words can have a very big effect, they can have very great repercussions.

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So we have to be very, very careful with our words. Remember that Hadees that a person pronounces certain words, and because of that he falls, falls completely in Hellfire, just imagine, because of words, he can suffer such a great loss.

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And many times we say things without even thinking.

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Just because we're angry, just because we're upset. We want to teach the other lesson we want to show to them yeah, I can also do something, we say such harsh words such mean words, which can cause so much disaster,

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which can ruin relationships completely. So imagine a person pronounces Lee how and what are the consequences he has to pay such a big fine, that he has to free a slave.

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If you think about it, freeing the slave is an expiation for another crime as well. Which one?

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You know, that caught the hop, if a person killed someone by mistake,

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then as expiation, what does he have to do for your slave?

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If not, that then the other options are also there. Imagine for murder, this is the fine and for pronouncing we have also, this is a fine.

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What does it show? words? We have to be very, very careful with them. We think words don't carry any meaning they do not have any effect. No, they have a big effect. They're not trivial. It's not a trivial matter. It's not something small. It's a very serious matter.

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Now, remember, that the previous ayah alladhina EULA hirono min Cammisa email mahana. Omaha to in Omaha to in the La Jolla home. And this statement especially we're in only a coruna noncriminal County azura. This statement, this ayah this prohibits we have this declares that we have is something that is not valid. It's something that is not permitted.

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Okay? Now, when something is how long something is unlawful,

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it's not legal.

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If a person uses that way to do something, for example, he uses the How to Pronounce divorce, does divorce actually happen? It doesn't.

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If a person uses the words of Allah, does that cost a lot? Yes, it does. But that doesn't take place with the hub. However, look at the fine that is imposed on the person.

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But that doesn't take place. But before he gets back with his wife, he has to pay the huge fine.

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So remember, that by proclaiming the words of the hospital that does not take place, however, saying we have pronouncing it is what a major sin?

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How is it a major sin because there is a penalty?

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Because there is a penalty? There's a big fine for it. And that penalty is mentioned over here. And this penalty who has to pay it who has to give it

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the man not the woman? The man has to pay it? Why? Because he is the one who said it.

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Now, if you think about it, if there is an argument between the husband and wife, and the husband has said those words, I mean, there must have been a reason for him to say those words. The wife must have done something must have said something. But if you see who's the punishment on the man, because he has the ability to control his tongue, isn't it? He has the ability to control his tongue. He didn't control it. And he said words that are inappropriate. This is why he has to pay the fine. What does it show

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that no matter how the other person is, you are responsible for your words. You are responsible for your actions. Because sometimes we blame other people we say I said this, I did this because of so and so. Therefore my statement my actions, they're justified. They're not justified.

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We blame situations. We blame circumstances we blame people and we don't blame ourselves.

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Whereas these ads show to us that when it comes to your words you are responsible when it comes to your actions.

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You are responsible

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for millennia God, whoever does not find

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a slave, whoever does not find a slave to set free.

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Either slaves are not there, or he doesn't have the means he cannot afford, then there is another option. And what is that? Firstly, I'm Lucia rainy Matata Bahrain been fasting for two months consecutively,

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consecutively without the break of a single day. And if a person breaks for even one day, then he has to start all over again.

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Firstly, I'm Lucia Haney, with a Tabby rain

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to make up for what that one can call to make up for that zoo, that sinful speech. Just imagine

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words only and look at the consequences, fasting for two months consecutively.

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Because inhale has energy they have no say yet, right? So saying the words that we had was, what a year, it's a big sin. And when a person commits that sin, He has to make up for it. How will you make up for it by freeing a save. If you can't do that, then he has to fast for two months consecutively, in probably a year Thomas,

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before they both touch one another. So he cannot approach his wife until those two months fasting are done.

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Just imagine two months of fasting,

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two months of fasting before he can touch you before he can have relations with her

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from a lemmya stutter. And whoever is not capable to fast for two months consecutively. Let's say a person is old, he is weak, he has a chronic illness. Or he has tried many times to keep fasting for two months consecutively. But he ends up

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you know falling short and that he's never able to complete the two months, he's tried several times, then filter homocysteine and Myskina

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then feeding 60, needy,

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feeding 60 needy people.

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And this can be done in two ways that either one meat is provided to 60 needy individuals, or 60 meals are provided to how many ever needy individuals one 530 20? How many of you understand So basically, it's 60 meals for who needy provided to the needy.

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And remember that this is an order

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that the first option is what? freeing the slave? If a person cannot do that, then fasting.

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If a person cannot do that, then feeding 60 people not that a person jumps to the third option. Oh, it's the easiest just feed 60 people it's the quickest, easiest, cheapest? No, you have to start with what the first one?

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That is not possible, then the second option if that's not possible, then the third option

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then that what this lightning of the penalty or this option that is given over here that if this is not possible than this, if this is not possible, then this is so that meaning you have to take the penalty whichever one let me know below he was solely so that you may believe in Allah and His messenger.

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That doesn't mean a person does not have belief.

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Remember that when a person commits a major sin, like for example, when a person commits Zina, what do we learn from the Hadees.

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His email leaves him

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his email leaves him at that time. Similarly, when a person commits, we have he pronounces the hub, it says though his email has left him. Now it doesn't mean that the person has become a caffeine at that point. So you say that you're out of the bounds of Islam? No, no, we shouldn't go to such extremes. The point is, that the man needs to be revived, it needs to be proven again, it needs to be strengthened again.

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Because a man stops a person from major sins if a person has committed to major sins and there is a big deficiency in his faith,

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his email has been affected. So, then he has to take the penalty in order to revive his email in order to prove his email in order to strengthen his email,

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you understand.

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So, when a person commits a sin, He reduces in his EMA.

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Now, to get back at the same level to get back higher in fact, he needs to do something good. He needs to get some punishment, you understand? So that he can let me know by law he will also lead this penalty has been given to that you believe in a line is messenger or tilaka, who do the law and these are the limits set by Allah me these are the commands that Allah has given which command the

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command of the penalty for pronouncing CLI how, when in caffeine are there been a name and for those that disbelievers a painful punishment,

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the word COVID has been used over here for what for disobedience and refusal to abide by the commands of Allah, that these are the commands that Allah has revealed and a person must abide by them. And if he doesn't abide by them, then this is what a kind of COVID Isn't it so? Because refusing to obey is also a type of coercion.

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It believes what did he do other? We're stuck. We're kinda menial cafe Catherine, he refused, he was arrogant, and he became a rule of those who disbelief is that he didn't know. Of course he knew. But he refused to accept he refused to follow. This is also a type of gopher. So for those who know the commands of Allah, but yet they don't follow for them as a painful punishment in the hereafter. These ads are so severe, aren't they? so strict, that pronouncing Lee How does not something small? It's a major thing.

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We listen to the recitation and then we'll continue.

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hobby, formal lamea

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formal EMEA stop

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Tina Myskina luckily to me,

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he was

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wonderful person reverse to align His Messenger for solutions, right? See what Allah has commanded, see what the prophet sallallahu Sallam has said concerning it, then he gets the best solution.

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And if a person turns to people, for instance, society, then what does he get? Only what people have to offer?

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I imagine if she had gone to her people, what would they have done? Okay, Leon has been set that's a permanent divorce. Now you come back, finish your marriage has come to an end. Imagine what last you would have suffered. But she went to the messenger salatu salam, she complained to Allah and look at the solution that you got

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that imaginaire has been had to be a big fight.

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We see a loss of panatela takes care of the rights of women over here that Imagine if a man says such harsh words to his wife, look at the fine that he has to pay that statement, a law called mooncup. It's not recognized in the shittier. It doesn't carry any way. And it is Zulu. It's a sin. It's a major sin and you have to pay a fine. But if you look this woman she was heard by Allah right.

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Now, what does it show that a woman must also make herself worthy of being heard?

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And how does a person do that make themselves worthy of being heard?

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Who is Mr. De Bella?

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When a person

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calls a lot upon unless a panther is an actor,

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Mr. Jab without that who is responded to a lot who is responded to a lot

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When a person calls a lot as well,

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when a person calls upon a loss of panel data as well, and when a person hopes from Allah as well.

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So look at how this woman was so worthy and look at her last panel data revealed concerning her.

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But what is more scary is the main warning that we can take from this is what?

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This is a very cute speech that we have to be very careful about speech.

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Because a person might totally How does not done in our societies? Why is it so detailed in the Quran

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there's a big lesson in this for us, that we have to be so careful with your words.

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We see that a woman who without a genuine reason, she seeks divorced and she will not even smell the fragrance of gender. And here we see that a woman who's trying to protect preserve her marriage, her family, look at how Allah, you know, reveals concerning her provides such a perfect solution and punishes the man.

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When you come across these situations where you're like, Okay, I just want to say to that person, or I just want to reply or you know, I'm getting mad, I'm getting angry, let me just say something, just to get my anger out, at that time, just at the speed of Allah, and ultimate that will make things better for you. And always just call on Him always just calling Allah subhanaw taala. Because the speed of Allah just makes things so much more easier.

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Because you see at these times, when we start talking when we started arguing, such a small thing can lead to such a big problem.

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And we see over here that those people who don't follow this command, who disregard the rulings that Allah subhanaw taala has given for them is a painful punishment, or they will leave.

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And then Allah says in alladhina, you had done a la hora Sula, who, indeed those people who oppose Allah and His Messenger you had done from what had had that Hadith is also from the same root, what does it mean by in from It is also used for something that is very sharp,

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and mahad, that is to oppose one another. Why, because when people oppose each other, than they become very sharp against each other,

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isn't it, it leads to using Hadid against each other.

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And had is all different the same route what has had limit. So when people are opposing one another to the stop at any limit, they don't. So those people who oppose Allah and His messenger who keep enmity against Allah and His Messenger, meaning the rulings that Allah has given the commands that the messenger has given, they disregard them. And they only do whatever they desire, whatever they wish to do.

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How does the previous eye and those who don't follow the commands of Allah for them is painful punishment. So over here, those who oppose the line is messenger disregard the commands that they have given, could be to, they were disgraced command kobita Latina men copy him, like those before them were disgraced. Such people are going to be disgraced could be doing from the root letters, calf butter, and cabeza is to push something down on the floor, throw something down on the floor.

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And when something is for down on the floor, then what is that humiliation for them from the sword is also used for humiliating the enemy.

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humiliating the enemy with what would defeat

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so COVID to such people will be humiliated.

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And we see this, those who say they're Muslim, the commands of Allah are there, but they say no, I'm not going to do it. I choose not to follow it. Allah humiliates such people. So could we do they will be humiliated Kama COVID de La Nina macabre him like the people of the past were humiliated. And we see this, those who oppose their messengers, how are they humiliated? Allah subhanaw taala finished them, destroy them. Look at the people of Argentina mood, the people have lived on insulin. What are the agenda item 100. And in fact, we have revealed clear versus clear versus clear signs that point to the truthfulness of the messenger and clear comments. It's not that the commands are

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unclear. It's not that the truthfulness of the messenger is not that evident No, everything is evident. So when they oppose, they oppose deliberately. When the disregard the commands of Allah, they do it out of arrogance. So for such people William Katharina addabbo mahane for the disbelievers is a humiliating punishment.

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What is this I assure to us that when a person disregards the commands of Allah, if he does not care about them, if he does not implement them, then there is humiliation Indonesia, and in

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Indonesia could be too inaccurate either boo him.

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Yo, Maya rasa home Allahu gymea on the day when Allah will resurrect them all, which does this the day of judgment

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People will be resurrected for you to be Obama or millou. And he will inform them of what they have done.

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And what is the purpose of this informing, giving recompense, he will inform people of what they have done, and he will recompense them accordingly as well. So if a person has accepted the commands of Allah implemented them, he will get your award. And if a person has disregarded the commands of Allah, there will be consequences. for you in a bill will be my army Lu

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sabula, who won a suhu Allah had enumerated it while they forgot it.

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Why is it that Allah will inform people about their actions, because people have forgotten about their actions. But Allah does not forget, he has listed he has kept count of all of their actions are slow who law who wanna Sue who

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are sahoo this from ERISA and ERISA is to keep count of something.

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From this is the word hacer, which is used for pebbles because the Arabs used pebbles for counting for keeping a record. So Allah has kept a clear record of their deeds, their actions, and the people they have forgotten their actions. They don't even remember what they said. They don't even remember what they did.

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They don't even remember. And on the Day of Judgment, Allah will show them their actions, and he will recompense them. While law who are now cliche in Shaheed and Allah is a witness over everything. Now, this is something very scary. So who la? Who? witness who?

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If you think about it, the actions that we commit, do we remember them?

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Do we know we say words we say certain statements, we say harsh words, and we forget.

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Other people remember?

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Sometimes, and sometimes even other people don't remember, but who has kept a count of it? A loss of panel data.

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And remember that just because we have forgotten, it doesn't mean it's gone.

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It's recorded. And if it's recorded, what does it mean? recompense will be given on it or saw the law when a school will lower that condition injury. This is why we see that on the day of judgment when a person will see his record, What will he say? Yeah, we let her know Molly has Aki tabula rasa Lila de la cultura de la saw, everything is written. He forgot. He didn't even notice. He didn't even realize, but it was written.

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If you see in the previous I add words of the heart, what are they after all words. And when a person says them, he doesn't think they mean much. Hmm, this was a way of torturing the woman. This was a way of putting an end to that family, completely terminating that family.

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But we see that those words even though they do not cause divorce, but look at their seriousness, that such a big punishment for saying those words.

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And to the point that a person has to free a slave, it's a major sin.

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Many times we say things, we do things, we don't even realize what we're saying what we're doing. We forget it.

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And we think that it doesn't make a difference. It's not going to have any impact. But we see that words and actions, they will have a huge impact where in the actual even if you don't see the results now you will see the results in the outcome.

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This is why we should be constantly seeking forgiveness for even those things that we don't know that we don't remember that we don't realize

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those things that are hidden from us. We commit them and we forget about them. I saw hula hula nasugbu because Nothing escapes unless knowledge.

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Let's listen to the recitation

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Al-Mujadilah 1-22 Tafsir 1-6

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