Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 29 – L293B

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Al-Haqqah 1-52 Tafsir 1-12

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Hello Jean Bismillahirrahmanirrahim lesson number 293 similar to how I am number one to 52

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so what the hell is a Maki sola, it has 52 versus 256 words and about 1400 hoof

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as you know that the primary theme of this job is that we're calling people to Allah. And in order to do that, what's the first step, calling people to Allah soprano without giving them a modifier of who Allah is giving them the recognition of Allah, and that we learned in sudo MOOC.

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And after that, what's the next step, to also tell people about who the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is,

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and that we learned in pseudocolor. And then it's also necessary that people should be warned about the Day of Judgment, which is what we learn. In the sutra, the details of the Day of Judgment are mentioned over here.

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Because all of these three things are necessary. When a person is doing Dawa, none of these three can be neglected, all three must be given importance.

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Sometimes we see that people only focus on calling people to Allah, and then neglect the focus on following the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Similarly, sometimes warning is not there. But we see that warning, as well as information as well as knowledge, all of that should be together, because this is what completes and protects a man.

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This also to help. It was revealed in the early part of the meccan era, which shows to us that this is one of the best ways of doing power as well using this sort of using the style that is in the surah. And how do we know that it was revealed in the early parts of the meccan era?

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We learned from Muslims that are mortal, they learn who he said that before embracing Islam, one day, I came out of my house with a view to cause trouble to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, why he was a Muslim at that time. So he came out of his house, why in order to cause some kind of trouble to him, to see what he was doing, to harass him in some way or to cause some trouble because they were motivated on who he was a very different person. If there was anything that he did not like that he did not agree with. He would voice it, he would show it, he wouldn't just keep it in his heart. If there was any person whom he thought had difficulty seek permission from the prophets that

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alone is it important to just finish him. So similarly, even before Islam in the time of Jamelia, if there was anything that he did not agree with, that he did not like, that did not make sense to him, he could not just be silent towards that he had to take some action against it.

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So similarly, he left his house in order to go see what the prophet sallallahu Sallam was doing in order to harm him. And he said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had entered the master heroine before me. And remember that the harem, the wishek, even had respect for the huddle. If you met your enemy over there, you wouldn't harass him, you wouldn't kill him. And he said that when I arrived, I found that he was reciting surah, to help in the Salah. So he was reciting sort of hapa and how was he reciting it a little bit loud, so that the people could actually hear him.

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So I stood behind him, and I was listening. And as he recited the Quran, I wondered at its literary charm and beauty.

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As you will notice, the solar is very eloquent, very powerful in its style. The words are very deep, the sentence structure is very short. It's very, very eloquent. So he was amazed by the literary charm, the beauty of the solar.

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And then suddenly, he said that an idea came to my mind that this man must be a port, just like the courage say, he has to be a shark. This is why he's saying this Koran, or what he's saying so eloquently.

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And just at that moment, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited the words in the hula colada. siouxland Kareem, well, who will be Cody Sherry, Cody, took me noon, and these are the errata this all of which come towards the end, but this is not the word of a Sharat alila took me noon. So he said, I said to myself, that he must be a soothsayer. How did he figure out I was thinking this? How did he figure out that I was thinking that he is avoid if he's not a poet, he has to be a soothsayer. And thereupon the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited the next is what we call Lika hin, calida Mehta, Kuru. Nor is it the word of a soothsayer. Little is it that you reflect then Zillow

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middle Abdullah Al Ameen. It is a revelation from the Lord of the worlds. He said, on hearing this, Islam entered my heart that he knew this wasn't

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faltered, he knew this was true. He said, It entered deep into my heart. And that is when he changed. And later on, he accepted Islam. But this is the day that it really affected him it made sense to him.

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This may lie over him over him. So let's see the surah which changed or muraleedharan? Who

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and how men have

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come and how

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the inevitable reality what is the inevitable reality? And what can make you know, what is that inevitable reality?

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And how,

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and how is that which is inevitable? The reality, it's from how have gone off of and how is that which is true that which is real, that which is effect, and how the verb is when something becomes word when something becomes necessary, meaning when something will definitely happen, it must happen.

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And the word How is it some fairy fairy law, it's actually how

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and how is that which will definitely become that which is word meaning it will definitely occur. And attire at the end, this is off feminine. Just like the other descriptive names of the Day of Judgment. The day of judgment has many names, and all of them are descriptive names. They describe what the Day of Judgment is, for example, adira, Sara, worker, there are many words of the day of judgment and all of them, how do they end with a timer Buddha? So I have also is a feminine word and what does it describe the day of judgment? The question is, why is the day of judgment called ill health?

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Because first of all, it is inevitable, it will definitely occur. There is no doubt about it occurrence. It's a reality, that will definitely take place, there is no doubt about it. It's not that maybe it might happen, but rather it is certain, it's a promise. It's a word. It's a promise that Allah has made and he will definitely fulfill it, it will definitely occur. So this is why Allah calls it and how the inevitable reality it will definitely take place.

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Secondly, the day of judgment is also called a half, because it is the day it is that which will prove how as how

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there are many truths which people deny today, which people rejected in which people doubt today, such as the truth of resurrection, such as the truth of herself, the truth of gender, the truth of enough. We learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and now call Jenna to help. But we see that people have doubts about it. They don't believe in it with conviction, or they completely rejected, but the day of judgment when it will occur, it will prove true as true. It will prove the reality of all of these news that Allah subhanaw taala has informed us off.

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People are in doubt they can reject it. But the day will occur when all of this will be proven true.

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Thirdly, the day of judgment is also called a hacker, because it will reveal the health it will expose the Hulk, which Hulk the reality of people the reality of every individual, the reality of every single deed, because it's quite possible, a person is one way on the inside and he chose a completely different appearance on the outside, people perceive him differently. People think him to be sincere, however, he is insincere, or people consider him to be insincere, whereas in reality, he is sincere. So in this dunya reality of people is not known. What are we told to do to deal with the people on their apparent so on the Day of Judgment, the reality of every individual will be exposed

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will be shown, the Hulk will be shown on the Day of Judgment. Similarly, the reality of deeds will also be shown.

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A person thinks that what he's doing is very good. But how much is it worth? What Wait, does it carry this Allah like, does he accept it? Does he reject it in this dunya there is no way of figuring that out. But on the Day of Judgment, the day of judgment will show the reality of the deeds of every individual as well.

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Similarly, the day of judgment is also called a hacker, because it is that which will give the Hulk meaning every person will get what they deserve. Every person will get what they deserve.

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Meaning the recompense for their deeds is going to be just so I'll have the inevitable reality. People rejected now, people doubted. Now, people don't prepare for it. They think it's too far. But it will definitely occur. There is no doubt about it's coming. Unless as mental health. What is this inevitable reality? malha aka ma is for stfm. And this question is not being asked so that we say what a hacker is, we give the answer, but rather mental health. This is a question to show to emphasize the enormity and the importance of what this house is that it's not like any other reality it's not like any other event malhar this emphasizes the enormity the importance, the greatness the

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magnitude of this reality, male hair

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and grammatically malhar car should actually be mad, he'll help however, the here has been removed, it hasn't been mentioned. Why? Because when there are less words when there are fewer words, again you can emphasize the enormity you can focus on that which is of more importance. So my helper, what is this how this is very similar to how we have learned to the Quran for washer her mouthwash.

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Similarly, I will Carrera, my little Carrera malhar Juana de la Kemal haka, and what can make you know, what is the inevitable reality? What can make, you know, nothing can make, you know, until that reality actually occurs, until the day of judgment comes, you cannot know about its reality, because there is nothing like the Day of Judgment, there is no disaster, no calamity, no earthquake, no accounting, no punishment in this dunya. There is equal to that, which will happen on the Day of Judgment, Wilma adelakun? And how, and what can inform you of what the inevitable reality is.

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Over here we see this repeated, interrogated style. repeatedly, questions are being asked, I'll have malha woman come and help. Why is there repetition in this Estefan to express the horrors of the Day of Judgment. And to also show it's important to also show its enormity that it will not just affect a few people, but rather it will affect everyone. It will not just affect the people of the earth, but it will also affect the usmle not just the people who are alive, but from the first person who was born mental health. This is how great this reality is. And also, if you think about it, after the SFM, there should be an answer. However, the answer is not mentioned over here, that the hacker

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is the day of judgment. Why?

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Because when the answer is left ambiguous, and the question is asked repeatedly, when and how is referred to again and again, then what happens the listener becomes more and more curious, becomes more and more nervous. If you think about it, the Arabs were they're not familiar with the word alpha. Yes, they were familiar with the word alpha. However, with the style, I'll help, I'll help Kahuna adelakun will help. what is being said, that don't think this alpha is what you think it is? No, and healthcare doesn't just mean any reality and healthcare. This is the reality the inevitable reality of the Day of Judgment. I'll have a male health woman either come and have

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a bad mood, or I don't bill Korea, Carrera samode and odd both of them, they denied the Striking Calamity.

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Instead of mentioning what the haka is, what is mentioned, the result of those people who did not believe in it,

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instead of describing immediately, what the Day of Judgment is, what this reality is, what is described, the recompense the end the destruction of those who denied this day of judgment. Why as a warning, because the but some who do odd, both some odd and odd, who are the people of some of the people of salad and a salad and odd Who are they the people who are in a salon, both of them denied bill Carrera, and Carrera is another name of the Day of Judgment. Now notice, how has not been said but what has been said and Korea, because Korea is another descriptive name of the Day of Judgment. It describes what the Day of Judgment is. What does Korea mean? Korea is from the root letters, call

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for

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And Cora is to knock to hit, or Al Bab is to knock the door, especially during the night. Just imagine you are sleeping, or you are in your house. And in the middle of the night somebody comes knocking at the door, knocking harshly. What's going to happen? is going to disturb you. Yes, is going to frighten you. Yes. It's not something that was expected. So it's scary. It's frightening. It's disturbing. And even otherwise, even if it's not in the middle of the night, otherwise during the day, if you're sitting and somebody starts knocking constantly, does it disturb you? Yes, it disturbs you a lot. So Korea is used for such a disaster, such a calamity that produces a loud sound

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a loud noise. Like for example, when there is an accident when there are cars which collide with one another. Yes, with the collision, there is a lot of destruction. But along with that destruction, what is there a lot of noise as well. A lot of noise as well. So the Day of Judgment, it is called Parreira, because when it will happen, it will not happen silently. It will not occur silently. No, there will be a lot of noise, a lot of clamor, a lot of disturbing sounds, that first of all, there will be the blowing of the trumpet, that itself is going to shake the dead out of their graves, it's going to wake them up, it's going to take them out of their graves. Those who are living will die.

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So imagine what kind of a day This day is. A lot describes it as an era.

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Then we learn about the stars and the mountains and everything in the earth and in the skies, coming to an end getting completely destroyed. So as it is destroyed as it comes to an end, it will not happen silently. But rather, it will happen with a lot of noise, immense noise, extremely loud noise. So the Day of Judgment is called alcara. Why? Because it is going to produce a lot of noise. Secondly, it's also called El Carrera. Because it's going to cause the heart to be shaken. Just as when something is knocked that surface is shaken. Similarly the hearts of people that are going to be shaken because of the tears of that day, because of the scenes that the people will witness on

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that day.

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Allah says cut the bat similar to our Arden belcarra the people of the mood are odd. They denied the career. See what their fate was. See what their end was for America. Whoo. So as for some mood for only COVID. Talia, they were destroyed by the overpowering blast. They were destroyed in this dunya for their denial of the Day of Judgment.

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And how is it that they were destroyed before Alia with the overpowering blast? Talia is from for rain. Yeah, to Leann Bali, what does that mean to exceed bounds to exceed the limits? Which is why this word is also used for disobedience? Because when a person disobeys, how does he disobey by crossing the limits? Similarly, Talia is used for the crossing of anything out of its limits, like for example, water, it's supposed to stay within its limits, for example, within a lake within the sea. But when it crosses its limits when it crosses its boundary, then what happens there is flood. So

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yeah, this isn't fair. And the stammer booth at the end. This is for feminine, it's also off mobile over

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the summer booth at the end is for mobile Nova. What does it mean by this for only COVID?

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That they were destroyed by the Father. Yeah. This is understood in a number of ways. First of all, it is said that before the bad is of Sabah because of

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they were destroyed because of Talia. And what does Talia mean? Dalia means the person who was extremely disobedient.

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The person who was extremely rebellious.

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Remember that the people have some mood? They demanded a miracle from their prophet and what was that? That a she camel must be taken out for them from the rock and that she can okay that miracle was given to them. But the people got fed up very quickly. And what did they want to do? They wanted to get rid of it.

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So one of them whose name was that even Sally, what did he do? He got up How was he described in the Quran, even Bertha skaha he got up and he hamstring issues.

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gamma.

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So he is described as who Talia over here and the standard Buddha is of mubadala extremely rebellious person.

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So they were destroyed because of that extremely rebellious person who got up and he killed the she cammo and as a result of punishment descended on all of them

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extremely disobedient and rebellious person.

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Secondly, a Talia is understood as Coleman Talia, the rebellious people, the disobedient people. Because yes, it was the dad who got up and killed the she camel. But was it his own decision? No. All of the people decided to do that. One among them did the action. However, everybody decided to do that. Therefore everyone was held responsible and they were all calm and there were people who were extremely disobedient and rebellious. So for old legal bill Talia because of being a lawyer. This is why Allah destroyed them.

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Thirdly, Talia is also understood as a Muslim, because sometimes Islam fairy gives the meaning of Muslim as well, such as the word on the structure of Farrell gives the meaning of Muslim, for example, the word peba.

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Or the word, our fear. It doesn't mean one that has a consequence, or one that is pardoning, but rather what does it mean Optiva and consequence so it gives the meaning of verbal noun muster. So similarly, over here with Talia, what does it mean because of their tholian because of their disobedience because of their crossing limits, this is why they were destroyed.

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And fourthly, the word Talia is also understood as slay her a blast that was Dalia the overwhelming roar, and excessively severe cry. This is how they were destroyed.

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How are the people of the mood destroyed by a loud blast, and this loud blast was Dalia it was exceeding all bounds. It's like a sound that no people had heard ever before. That they had this blast, it shook them, and it killed them. It exceeded the bounds of a normal blast it killed all of them.

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inserted above the punishment that was sent upon these people is described as alleged. The earthquake in solitude, a sangha the blast into the toilet saw a particular either balloon inserted there yet also the word saya is used and over here a Bollea is used, because whether it was a blast or an earthquake, how was it? It was exceeding bounds, it was of extreme nature, that they could not withstand it. They could not survive after it.

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On the other hand, what am I doing? An ask for the people of odd for only cu. So they were destroyed BD hen by a wind, what kind of a wind were they destroyed by sort of sarin, I see archaea, extremely violent. Two words over here describe the wind that was sent against the people of art, salsa, and archaea. Salsa is that which is extremely cold, extremely cold. And it's also very noisy, so violently noisy, and violently cold, furious wind and icy Gale an idea from the root letters I enter well or to the lead up or to we want to fool or to also is to cross limits, to disobey out of pride out of arrogance sarathi What does it mean? One that is very violent one that crossed the limits.

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So they were destroyed by a wind that was extremely violent, and extremely cold. It crossed our limits of intensity of noise of cold of harshness of speed. In every way this wind was extremely violent. This is how these people were destroyed this wind it brought no mercy no blessing upon them. It was so forceful that it destroyed each and every single one of them

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and how is it that they were destroyed by that wind? So haha I lay him which Allah subjected on them which Allah imposed on them. So what does this lead me to subject something to some work that it's men to do that work all the time without any choice.

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So this wind was subjected on these people so constantly without a break, it was blowing. without a break. It was on them, picking them up, throwing them killing them, Sahara, laying him Allah

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objected this wind on them

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for how long sobre la erlin for seven nights with ammonia to a yam and eat these seven nights, and eight days in total, consecutively who Suman in succession? This is how this wind blew against them.

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Notice how layers are mentioned before a Yeah. Why? Because when you're counting in Arabic The days or nights you begin with the night because when the night comes, that is when the date changes. Because how is it that the day changes by the sighting of the moon? And when is it that you see the moon in the night.

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So several alien with Romania to Yemen whoa Suma the word resume is from the roof veterus has seen me and the word resume has several meanings.

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First of all, her song gives the meaning of the cell sort of continuty when something goes on continuously. So this wind was blowing on them for seven nights, eight days how continuously without any break. It wasn't that in a period of a month, for a total of seven nights. And eight days, the wind blew No, it was seven nights, eight days consecutively in the night in the day, constantly that wind was blowing that I see Gail that extremely violent furious noises speedy fast wind, it was blowing on them resume and in succession.

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Then the word Hassan is also used for removing something or erasing the mark of something. Remove something in a way that even the even the mark does not remain.

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So it is to uproot something germinated, cut it off from the root. So this wind blew against them for this much time. Whoa Suman meaning completely eradicating them completely finishing them that not even one of them could survive.

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There was not even a single survivor who assume and it eradicated all of them completely.

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Then the word resume is also used for pain. It's also used for the cliff pain.

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So it was such wind that didn't just kill them instantly. No, it brought them pain, again and again and again. And this is how they died. For example, if a building collapses on a person, then he will die instantly, for example, but if a person is killed by a wind, just imagine, he has to be picked up from a place thrown to another place, and that icy wind is blowing constantly, it's gonna take time for the person to die. So her Suman giving them pain, this is how we blew against them. And this is how the wind killed them. Who Suman in succession, federal mafia, so you could see the people see her in it in what in their homes, you could see the entire nation fee her in their

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dwellings in their lands in their homeland, how could you see them suddenly, you would see them as fallen thrown on the ground. sobre Fie her has also been understood as in these laelia and I am that in these nights and days, if you would come to that place, you would see the people how sobre Sala is the plural of the word for the year and 30 year gives a meaning of masroor because sorry or is it some cipher and remember is some cipher gives the meaning of foreign as well as my freuen. So over here, it gives me enough masroor and What does masroor mean? One that is fallen to the ground, one that has fallen to the ground, one that has collapsed or one that has fainted

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Sora is to be unconscious to faint to collapse.

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The word masroor is also used for a person who is epileptic or a person who is insane or a person who is suffering from some kind of disability because of which they fall unconscious because of which they fall to the ground. Because sometimes it happens that a person has a problem like this they get seizures and as a result, they fall unconscious. So this is what severe means. So you could see the people that are lying on the ground, lying dead on the ground, fallen unconscious, meaning you could find no person standing. You will be able to find not even a single person sitting each and every person lying on the ground. Got an AR journaling how we are as if they were hollow trunks

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of palm trees. This is how they were fallen

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On the ground, as if they were a jazz or jazz is the plural of our Jews or ideas which is used for the trunk and knuckle of the date bomb. What kind of trunks of dead pants? How we are ones that are completely hollow from inside? hollow from inside? What does it mean by habia? That are old because when a trunk of a tree, it falls down, eventually what happens?

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Eventually, it is eaten up from the inside, isn't it? So it is left hollow from inside

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the home are Jesu nutlin. How we are

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as if they were trunks of dead pounds that are hollow, old. And because of the severe wind, they had no weight, which is why they fell instantly, immediately.

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Just think about it. This wind that was sent against them did not blow on them for a day or two for two or three days, but rather it lasted for seven nights and eight days continuously nonstop.

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And this wind was not ordinary. It was not a breeze. But rather it was extremely fierce that it completely destroyed the entire nation. It completely devastated the entire nation. Just imagine the scene for Toronto Kofi Hazara, you will see the entire people fallen men, women, children, all leaders, workers, owners, all sorts of people, every single person fall into the ground.

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And these are the people who claim themselves to be who the strongest and mightiest man ushered Dominica, they said who is mightier than us in strength, meaning no one is stronger than us. We are the strongest of people. And lots of panel data himself says about these people and let me walk me through half will be that the likes of which have never been created in the lens. They were extremely strong when it came to physical power. But despite their physical strength, could they withstand the winds that Allah sent against them? No, they couldn't. So how is it that a person can avoid the day of judgment? It's not possible. If Allah sends punishment on a people in this dunya

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even they cannot avoid it. And the Day of Judgment, it's like no other disaster. It's like no other calamity, it exceeds every other disaster. So if people cannot withstand this wind, how can they withstand the coming of the Day of Judgment? They cannot avoid it. No person can run away from it.

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Instead of asleep that is 16 we learned for all sudden now I lay him Rehan saucer and fee a yam and Nerys adding the new the Oklahoma devil hazy Phil hayati Dunia reham Sol Sol and this has mentioned elsewhere as well. And total budget is six to 14 also, Allah Subhana Allah mentions about the fate of the people of art, and I'm Tara Kane, co founder of buka be eliminated or emerge Allah de la mia locksmith Louisville Villa with a Moodle Medina, Jebel Sahaba were the people of other mentioned the people of the mother mentioned. And both of them were extremely mighty, very strong, financially, physically, but their financial strength, their physical strength, nothing could save them from the

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punishment of Allah.

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And then this is a warning that no matter what a person has of dystonia, he cannot avoid the Day of Judgment. He will be brought over there he will be held accountable over there his wealth cannot save him his physical might cannot save him. Nothing can save him. Allah says for health Allah who member

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then do you see of them any remains for health or or do you find a home for them for who for the people of God? Do you find of them member via any remains at all, meaning you don't find Belka is the feminine of the word bath in and valkia is understood as Neptune baqia meaning any person who remained meaning any survivor? No you don't find

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and baqia is also understood as a noun, giving the meaning of any remnant any other any trace anything that they left behind. No, there is no person from them who remains and there's nothing that they own that remains for helldorado membaca No, rather all of them are gone. right down to the last of them

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was a fit our own new And there came fit our own woman Kabbalah who and those before him there came fit our own, and those before him that after the people of ours and samode there were many other people who denied the day of judgment as well, such as fit our own. And those communities that were before him, after the people have are then similar

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Who else while modifica to and the overturn cities, which are the overturn cities the cities are to whom loot or insulin was sent. And they're described as mu

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mu is a plural of mu? And what is that that which has been turned upside down? Because if it's to turn something from its original direction, so just imagine all of these cities were picked up and thrown back down. What Jeff did her own woman Kuebler, who will move to Africa to what did they commit? What did they do? These cities fit our own. And those communities before fit around? What did they do? Bill Harvey.

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They came with the heartier, meaning they committed a big mistake, a big error, healthier,

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healthier, is from Hata. And what does that mean? A same, a mistake. But what kind that which is deliberate that which a person could avoid but he didn't

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wear a jacket or own a woman, a cobbler who was difficult to build.

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They committed many crimes. They committed great errors, and they committed a big mistake. And what was that deny, rejecting the Day of Judgment. And this big mistake was also that foul sold or sooner by him. And they disobeyed the messenger of their Lord. they disobeyed the messenger of the Lord the messenger whom their Lord had sent to them.

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So for example, for their own, who was sent to them musalla Center, the motherfucker who was sent to them Lutheran salon, but they disobeyed their messenger

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for the home. So he sees them a law sees them. How did he sees them? flatten a grip a seizure, meaning he sees them with a seizure that was arrabida one that exceeds one that is exceeding in its severity. Look at this word, Robbie. Yeah. Robbie? Yeah. Is from the new Tetris. robot. Wow, boo boo. And robo is to increase to grow from the same root is a word Riba? Because Riba is interest which grows on top of the principal amount on top of the original amount. So Robbie, yeah, fair enough. What does that mean? One that is growing, one that is exceeding one that is not a little bit, but rather, it's a lot robbia exceeding increasing.

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So for other homes that are labia he sees them with a seizure that was exceeding in severity.

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If you think about it, what was the punishment that fit our own was destroyed with

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water he was drowned.

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And that water? What did it do? It drowned him immersed and completely rising above him, rising above him rising above his people, so that he could not come out? They could not save themselves. Similarly, the macduffie cat, how are they destroyed, they were turned upside down, thrown back on the ground. And then on top, a shower of stones. We have learned earlier I said GL mon booth. So robbia, a punishment that was increasing, that was growing in its severity, extremely intense, so they could not avoid it, they could not avert it, which is why every single one of them was destroyed, not even one survived.

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In thalma, indeed, when the water overflowed, how Allah configured jatiya we carried your ancestors in the sailing ship. This is referring to the people of New Elisa. This is how they were destroyed with a flood.

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That Lamar thalma when the water exceeded when the water exceeded, meaning when it rose high, above everything.

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When it even rose above mountains, because remember the son of new Allison and what did he say? I will take refuge so are we in a javelin, I will take refuge with the mountain. But what happened? A moje came, a wave came and that was it. He was gone as well. So

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it grows, it overflowed. It grows very high, even higher than mountains.

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What happened then? homiletical we carried you who does you refer to new hairless lamb and the believers with him? But why does Allah say you? Why is he telling us that we carried you we weren't there. How is it that we were there? If our ancestors were there, it meant that by there being saved, we were saved.

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When a love is stored a favor on them automatically, it's a favor on us as well.

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Because if they did not survive, we would not be here today

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that would be the end of humankind on this earth. So, how narrow come filled area, we carried you in the area, What does jharia mean? That which flows, there are three it flows geria for L, one that flows and what is it ship, a sailing vessel and arc. So, we carried you in the arc in the ship, which ship which new harness Iran had built

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in which him and those who believed in him were saved and the rest of the people all of them were destroyed. harmala confirmed geria Lena Jana her so that we might make it make what? This jharia this ship on which the believers were saved. We make it logical for you don't kiloton, a reminder

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that as long as the ship is there, as long as people see it, as long as people hear of it, as long as people come to know of it, it serves as a reminder, a reminder of what of Allah's punishment,

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punishment for what for disobedience, for disbelief in the ship is a lesson This ship is not something that is forgotten. Lina Allah Allah haunted kiloton What are her and it retains it what retains it although known ears that are worrier that remember that retain

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whatever you have to do, don't worry Yeah.

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First of all we see in this ayah Allah subhanaw taala says the Niger Allah Allah contact Kira this ship, Allah has made it for people what added Kira assign a lesson.

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Even if the ship has not physically seen, even if none amongst us has actually seen that ship. But it's constant mentioned in the Quran. What is it? A huge reminder, isn't it? So? A huge reminder that how the entire nation was finished, all the people were finished. But who survived those who were on that ship? And who are those on the ship, those who believed.

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So this also shows to us that at the end, who will survive who will be successful? Those who believe. And those who don't, those who disobey those who disbelieve their end is destruction. Selena gerada Hello, contact kiloton. What are ya secondly, Allah tells us what are you her? Oh, don't worry. Yeah. So that the retaining ears, they may retain it? How What does he refer to the lesson that is extracted from that ship? And what is that lesson that at the end, it's only the believers who remain? there? Yeah. Where are you? Both are from the root letters? Well, I yeah. Worry.

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And what does it mean to retain something? Where are we just from the same root is used for luggage? What kind of luggage that is packed baggage that is ready that is tied up? Not a suitcase that's empty, that is in the process of being packed? No, that is perfect. Similarly, it's also used for a dish a plate or a cup. Why? Because these things What are they used for containing food?

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If you pour soup on the table, what will happen? It will spread but if you pour it in a bowl, that bowl will retain it it will keep it together. Do you understand this is what worry is to put something in another why in order to retain it in order to keep it because if you don't keep it there what's gonna happen it's gonna get destroyed, it's going to get lost, it's going to spread it's going to get wasted away You understand? Similarly, the word worry is to put something in another such as money in a pouch and then close it zip it tie a knot. Why? So that the money that has been put in the bag in the pouch, it is kept safe.

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If you don't close the mouth, what's going to happen? It's going to fall out for example, if you ever if you have a pouch in which you keep your change and you have a zip on top of that and you don't close the zip what's going to happen the change is going to fall out. So this is what worry is to retain something keep it secure. Allah says What are you haha and so that it can retain it? What can retain the lesson. Although known such ears that are worrier, where are you one that retains So in other words, ears that are receptive ears that remember what they have heard and they don't forget what they have heard.

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We understand ears that are receptive. Not that something is said. They didn't get it. They didn't catch what was said. They didn't understand what was said or that they heard, but then they forgot it was lost, the zip was not done. So as a result of change, find out the similarly a person didn't put an effort what he heard, he forgot, you understand? So what are you have done? And where are you? receptive ears? may remember.

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Now, if you think about it, is it your ears that remember what you have heard? No. ears are a window to the heart, isn't it? So? What you hear goes into your heart, but when does it make it to your heart? When does it get there?

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When a person has paid attention, when a person has taken a lesson, when he has paid attention when he's taken a lesson, then the sound the words will not bounce off of the ears.

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Nor when it happened that in one ear and out the other know, when a person has listened to something with attention, when he has taken a lesson from what he has heard, when he has shown interest in what he has heard, then what will happen that sound those words will actually be saved in the heart.

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And as a result, they will impact the person it will change a person what are you doing on Where are ya? So the IRS only retained something when it reaches the heart.

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So basically, Allah subhanaw taala is telling us over here, that this ship, Allah preserved it as a tequila for you.

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And the dimension of the ship is what a huge lesson for you.

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But who will take benefit from that lesson? Those who hear and remember and are affected by it, not those who hear and forget what are you have eaten and where are your receptive ears? What should they do? They should pay attention. They should listen carefully. And they should take a lesson from it. What are you her udon? Where are ya?

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We see that in the hellfire. What will people say? wakanow logona mesmero owner piuma Coronavirus harbor sorry, they will regret not having paid attention not having heard, not having listened. So these warnings that Allah is giving. Why is it that he's giving us these warnings? Because that we hear we enjoy the words and we forget No. We hear and we get affected by them. Because only when a person is affected by them then his actions will change.

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We listen to the recitation.

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if you think about it, how the Sora had such a huge impact on our model Delano that this is the time when Islam entered his heart. This is when he was changed.

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Up until now, he had heard the horror on his own, but this is what really affected him. Because the style is so powerful. It's very powerful. It really, you know the way each eye ends with the tower Buta with the hammer sound. You know, it really hits you. If you listen to it again and again, it really has a great impact on a person.

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And then, on top of that, look at the content that will help Carmen have a woman come and help. And then that is not described. It is said that Mama andraka will help her you cannot know what a haircut is you have to listen on in order to know what it is. But before that, look at the fate of those people who denied.

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The people are the people of the mood, the people of their own, the McDuffie got all of them, the people of New, all of them were destroyed, none were spared. But look at the kinds of punishments look at how Allah subhanaw taala describes and Athol the idea. How are we about the Hartley a hobby, I mean, this is very, very effective.

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The past is mentioned history is mentioned. The great events of the past are mentioned. Why? Because the Arabs were familiar with them. And similarly, we also are familiar with these incidents with these stories. But when a person is reminded of them, they teach him a huge lesson.

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We listen to the recitation

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