Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P06 072C Tafsir Al-Maidah 45-48

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and meaning behind the use of the word "Ham Completivity" in Islam, emphasizing the importance of following laws and following the Torah Law. They stress the need for acceptance and confirmation in religion to achieve the truthfulness of the word. The speakers also touch on the complexities of the culture of the time before Islam, including the use of clothing and the need for forgiveness. The conversation ends with a mention of a new movie and a line from a doctor.
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I'm Libby leguminous shaytani R rajim Bismillah, hovering over him.

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In the previous verses, we learned something about the Bani Israel you that they claim to be the believers and the followers of the Torah and the Injeel. But whenever there was something, there were some law in the Torah, which they did not want to observe because they found it too difficult, then what would they do? They would go to Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, seeking his verdict seeking his opinion. But did they go to him to really take his decision and implement it? No, they went to him to see what he would say they were looking for a particular answer. If they found that answer, they would accept it. And if they didn't find that answer, they would go away. But during this whole

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time, what would they do waste the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is precious time. And in a way, disrespect him. Because it is very disrespectful, that you go to somebody, take their time, present your problems before them, discuss your issue with them seek their opinion on a particular matter. And at the end, you do whatever you want to do. Has it ever happened with you? Has it ever happened with you that somebody asks you what they should do about a particular problem, that they're facing a particular situation that's in their head, and you tell them with your experience based on your understanding your knowledge, and you explain to them and you really wish well for them? You really

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wish well for them. And then at the end, you find out they did something else? So anyway, first of all, this was mockery of the deen. And secondly, this was disrespect to the messenger. So Allah, Who are you send them as well. So we learned that Hamilton a lot of fun was given a choice that if these people come to you, it's up to you, you can make a judgment for them. And you can even choose to leave their case, not take it up. And from this, we learned that every person who is asked for an answer has that choice, that if he feels that the person is sincere, he really wants an answer, then in that case, he should help them he should respond to them, he should give them an answer. But if

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he feels that he's just walking around wasting people's time, then a person should be wise and save his time and use it in other beneficial things. But in these verses, we also learned that the people of the book are being recommended that what is this you have your book, you say that you believe in it, you say that you follow it? And here's a man who is the messenger of Allah and you say he's a liar. And yet, when you want an answer, you go to him. What is this? This doesn't make sense. You're contradicting yourself over here. If you're seeking an answer from him, then you should believe in Him. And if you don't believe in Him, you say you believe in your book, then why don't you follow

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your book. And the problem was the dare book also, they were not sincere to why? Because they had changed the law of the book as well. Remember the case of murder, where a person was murdered, and that person belonged to a very noble tribe, and they didn't wish to implement the law of the sauce on him, they wanted to spare his life. This is why they went to Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. So with regards to that issue, Allah subhanaw taala says waka Taberna are lay him, and we had already ordained for them were in the Torah. We had in it meaning in the scripture that they had been given, they were given a certain law, and what was that law and the NAFSA been enough see that life for a

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life, which means that if a person takes the life of another then what will happen as punishment, his life will be taken, likewise, will Aina belimbing and the eye for the eye, which means that if a person injures wounds the eye of another, then as punishment, what will happen? His eye will be injured and wounded in the same way, while amfa Bill anfi and the nose for the nose. Same thing that if a person injures the noes have a person that as punishment, his nose will be injured, while ordinary below the knee and the ear for the year that if a person cuts off the ear, a person injures it wounds it, then the same thing will be done to him was sin number 70. And duels for a tooth.

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Imagine that if a person breaks the tooth of another, his tooth will be broken, because there is no tolerance for such violent behavior. If you cause an injury to someone, then the same will be done to you as well. While judo and for all wounds plural off, John, what does that mean wound injury. So for all kinds of wounds, there is this loss there is legal retribution and we have done the word resource earlier. What does it mean? You

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That exact punishment as the injury that was caused as the violence that was done to another. So if a person hurt someone slap someone, then he will be slapped. If a person punches someone, he will be punched. If a person injure someone, he will be injured, the damage that he caused to someone, the same damage will be done to him as punishment. So we'll do have this loss.

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So over a year, Allah says the exact same law was given in the Torah.

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And they didn't want to follow this law, which is why they came to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam hoping that you would give them the verdict of the of blood money, that not the sauce will be taken over here, the man's life will be spared. Instead, he should pay the blood money to the victim's family. But Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam gave the exact same ruling as found in the Torah, because this is the same ruling that is given in the Quran as well. In the Quran, what do we learn on how to be hurry? Well, Abdullah RBD will answer will answer meaning the free for free slave for slave female for female. In other words, if a person has committed murder, then he will be held responsible, not

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somebody else in his place. And this law, by the way, is still present in the Torah.

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In Deuteronomy 1921, it has said show no pity Life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.

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The exact same thing as mentioned in Matoba, in Leviticus 2420, it is that fracture for fracture, I for eye, tooth for tooth, the one who has inflicted the injury must suffer the same injury. And today what is said to the Muslims, you guys are so barbaric.

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You guys are so barbaric. Whereas in the Torah, the exact same law is given.

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But it's amazing. The same people claim to be the adherence of the book. But are they adhering to the book? No, they're not. And those who are trying to adhere to the book, they're criticized for their adherence. They're criticized for their sincerity to the book of Allah.

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So Allah says it's the same law. And he repeats the law over here in the Quran, that this law was given to the people of the book, why this law was given to the people of the book, and to the people of the Quran of this loss. Because when it comes to human life, human life is very, very sacred. And if the murderer is not stopped, if he's not punished, if a person is not held responsible for violent behavior, then what will happen? This violence will continue. And it will only increase as we see in the world today. That Delilah am the person who is extending his hand out to hurt someone, he must be stopped right there. And if he's not stopped, he convinced the act of injustice, that he

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has to be held responsible, don't side with the violent one, rather, punish him and punish him how, in the same way, the harm that he goes to someone else, the same harm should be done to him, because it is only then that a person can learn a lesson. Otherwise they cannot learn. Because then what will happen? The people who have a lot of wealth, they will get away with any crime. Because they will think, okay, I can give $500, who cares? I can give $1,000, who cares? I can give $50,000 What's the big deal.

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And then they can continue in their sin. But if their noses cut off, because they can't have somebody else's nose, if their ears got off, because they got off somebody else's ear, then they will learn a life lesson.

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They will learn a life lesson. And you know, sometimes when children, they fight amongst each other, and one because he's stronger, she may be older, she may be more courageous. One child may be unfair to the other. Correct. So in this case, what has to be done? The child has to be taught a lesson that if the same thing was done to you, how would you feel

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the other day? I implemented this light on how that my son, he took my daughter's hijab.

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And she just loves to play with it. He took it and she's crying, crying, but it was tight. But I want my butter, right? She's crying and I was praying at that time. He took it and through it behind the bed. Children do this right. When something's gone behind the bed. Tell me is it easy to access it? It's not

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another poor child is crying. And he's sitting there waiting for me to say Salaam and expecting some kind of reaction from me. I said Okay, give me your socks. He loves his socks. Like Give me your socks. I took his socks and I said okay, let's put them behind the bed. To put them behind them. Because he knows once something is gone there

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He can't take it out. He's at the mercy of his dad to come home and fold the bed and then take it out. said no, you put your sister's hijab there, we're gonna put your socks there. Because that's how she feels. That's how she feels. And then he's like, No, but I want them to go. And it's like, okay, then what should we do is like, maybe you can pull the bed, and I can take it out.

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He's like, maybe we can do this. And we can take the hijab, but I'll help you and you. So he came up with so many different ways to take that hijab out for his sister, because he learned, you know that, how would I feel if my socks were there, this is how she feels when her hijab is there. So sometimes, this lesson needs to be taught to people. This is at a very small scale. But this is how it begins. This is how it grows. This is how it escalates. who is a believer, he loves for others, what he loves for himself. And part of that is that he hates for others, what he hates for himself. If you don't want something to be done to you don't do it to others. So before you say some words to

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someone, think about it. Would you like to hear those words?

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Before we write something to someone think about? Would we like to read those words? Before we do something to someone's belongings to someone's property? Think about it? Would you like that to be done to your belongings to your property to your car?

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You know, sometimes we leave garbage in people's cars, they're giving us a right so we leave our water bottle, we leave our napkins, we leave our stuff. And then what happens at the end, they are left with such a messy car with so much mess to take care of. Would you like that to happen to your car? Never.

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If we go to somebody's house and make it dirty, not care about their furniture, about the things in their house, think about Would you like that to be done to your house to your belongings never. So don't do to someone what you don't want to face yourself what you don't want to experience yourself

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fermenter sada kabhi he then whoever the sadhaka within the sub Dhaka, on charity, meaning whoever gives up his right as charity, who the victim.

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So for example, someone has been injured, his tooth got broken. And so his whole facial expressions have changed and he's not able to pronounce certain sounds properly. Because sometimes when the teeth are not in order, if a tooth is missing, if a tooth is broken, it's difficult to pronounce certain letters. I know of a girl who had a missing tooth for the longest time and she couldn't afford to have another one in his place. And she would find it difficult to recite the Quran properly. So somebody I know they had her tooth replaced, and as a result, she started reciting the Quran property her scene, you know, has said her slogged everything, masha Allah, it became fine.

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So when someone has been harmed this way, they have been injured this way. And Justice was not done, or even if there was a chance to establish justice to take revenge, but he says it's okay. Doesn't matter. I forgive the wrongdoer. You know that you say they were really angry, or they didn't realize what they were doing? Or it was an accident. So call out it's okay. For men to Sadako biggie for her waka Farah to less than that is expiation for him. Meaning that because of that forgiveness, Allah will forgive him.

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Because he forgive the injustice of someone that Allah will forgive his injustice. Woman lumea can be met under Allah. But whoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed for Luna, Iike homos Lolly moon, then those are the wrongdoers. Those are the zalim. So what do we learn over a year that not judging according to Allah's law, is injustice. injustice against who? against others? Because Allah's law is the most just law? And if you don't follow that law, if you follow some other kind of law, you can never ever establish justice. Because if someone has killed another, and what's his punishment? A person has killed, let's say 11 members of one family, or, for instance, he has killed

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half of an entire extended family. He's killed children, women, old people, absolute innocence, and he burns their bodies. And what's his punishment? Just life in prison? That's it. You can be watching television over there. He could be reading things over there. He could be walking around eating different kinds of food. That's his punishment to stay in the prison. Is that justice? No. That's not justice. What's justice that when he killed others, he made others excited.

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perience death and suffering than he is made to feel the exact same thing.

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So remember this every other law then the law of Allah is not just unfair. The only law that is just unfair is which one, Allah's law because Allah Himself is allowed. He Himself is the one who is most just so what he will command is also justice. What a faina Allah 30 him very 70 meldonium and we sent following in their footsteps, in whose footsteps previously who was mentioned if you go back to verse number 44 That inna and Zolotow ratafia who don't want Oh, yeah, como be Hannah be Yun Alladhina assalamu Lilina her do? What were Benny Yuna. Well, how about that Allah revealed the Torah. And what happened? Musa al s&m He judged according to it, and after him what happened? The

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prophets and little Benny Yun, the rabbi's and the bow of the scholars, they use to judge for the people of the torah meaning for the Bani Israel according to the total, because that was the law. So even years and years after Musa al Islam decades after him, if a prophet came which law would he abide by which law would he implement? The law of the Torah? Likewise, any messenger that came you would establish the law the total now after all of them who came who was the final messenger from the Bani Israel?

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Are you sorry listen um, so Allah says Walker finer Allah that He him, we send following in their footsteps who be a 70 volume, or ISA Imodium or any sunnah? And what did he do? He did the same thing that the previous prophets before him did. Meaning he also established followed observed adhere to the law of the Torah. How do we know that? Because he was Musa DevCon, confirming the truthfulness of what Lima beignet a day of that which was before him may not tell her all of the Torah. So he confirmed the truthfulness of that which was then before him meeting the Torah. And how did he confirm its truthfulness? How did he say that the Torah is true? How do you say that

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something is true? When you literally say it with regards to the book of Allah, that it is from Allah and secondly, when you live by it, when you act according to it? Because when you take something when you use it when you implement it, that means you say that it is right, you believe it is right. But if you leave it, you discard it. You say no, no, this is not for me. I'm not going to do it. This has this problem. And that problem is then you say that this is not true. So he was Masada kalima beignet him in a Torah, but obviously, the book was corrupted by them to a great extent. So, yes, he observed it, but there was also some new commands that Allah subhanaw taala gave

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him which was Taina Hill injury which were found were in the India we gave him the injury fee, who then one Oh, in which was guidance and light. Again, the same thing is mentioned with regards to the Injeel that was mentioned with regards to the toe, the toe had Hooda nor the NG and also had guidance and light, because light, what does it do? It repels darkness, what is darkness, ignorance, following the desires, a lawless land, no civilization no law in order. So the NGO brought light when will subdeacon Lima beignet obey him in a Torah and the India that also confirmed the truthfulness of the Torah that the Torah is from Allah, wa who then and guidance again guidance has

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mentioned? When do you mention a characteristic of someone repeatedly? Again, and again, when it is very obvious, when it is very important when you want to emphasize it? So it was a source of guidance for the people will mostly love and instruction advice admonition, what kind of advice is Motorola heart touching? Heart changing? Right, something that really affects the heart. So it contained Marilla, for who little motor gain for only the people of Taqwa because many found knowledge and information. But everyone did not change because of the NGO. Why? Was there a problem with the message of the NGO? Was there a problem with the style of NGO? Was there a problem with the

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content of NGO? No, the problem was were in the hearts of people, they lacked Taqwa.

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And this is something that we need to really pay attention to. There is no problem with the book of Allah. It is the most effective advice. It is the best admonition but yet if a person does not change

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pinch them the problem lies here.

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Not in the book of a farm. Because the book of Allah is Marilla Lin with the pain for the people of Taqwa

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while Jakob injeel. Allah says, and let the people of the Injeel judge by earlier the people of the Torah, they came to Muhammad salallahu Salam seeking a verdict. Now Allah addresses the people of the Injeel as well the people of the gospel meaning the Christians, that they should also yeah come they should also judge according to what the man under allah houfy according to that which Allah has revealed in it in what in the NG meaning if they claim that they are believers of Injeel. They claim that they are followers, adherents of NGO, then they should abide by the law of Injeel. What kind of belief is this? Belief is what that you confirm the truthfulness of something. You accept it. And

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you submit Eman is what the slick markable one either on? It is to confirm the truthfulness of something along with accepting it and submitting to it surrendering to it. Because if a person says, yeah, it's right, it's true. But I'm not going to follow it. I don't accept it.

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Then what use is his confirmation? Nothing. Because we see there were many people at the time of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam who when they heard the Quran, they said, Yeah, it's true. It's right, which is why they would come secretly privately to hear the citation of the Quran.

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They knew it to be true. But did they accept that they say that? Yes, we believe in it. No, they didn't. Did they surrender? Did they submit to it? No, they didn't. So if confirmation is not followed up, by acceptance and submission, that is not even it is not enough to say the Quran is the word of Allah. What is required is that we say, the Quran is the word of Allah. I accept it as the word of Allah. And I will follow it because it is the word of Allah.

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Which means that I will change my opinions. According to this book, I will do what this book requires of me. So the people have in jail. They say, We believe in in jail.

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But if they don't abide by its laws, rather than keep changing them revising them, then is that believing in India? Is that following in jail? No, that's not following in jail. So Allah says, Well, yeah, come a handle in Gili Bhima, Ansar Allah Wolfie, what Allah has revealed in it, they should follow it. Now a person might say, does this mean they have to follow it today? No, this doesn't mean that they're being told to follow it right now.

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Basically, they're being woken up from their ignorance from their heedlessness that look at yourself, what are you doing? Because the thing is that the people have the book, they abandoned the Quran, on the basis of what claim that we have the book. We don't need the Quran. We already have our Gospel, our scripture, and Karuna Wolf, our hearts are full of knowledge. We don't need this Quran. This is what they said and this is what they say today. So if you say that you don't need the Quran, because you have the Torah because you have the Injeel then live by the Torah live by the NGO.

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So well yeah come Anil NDDB man under Allah Who fee Well, Mala Mia can be met under allah and whoever does not judge according to what Allah has revealed for Guna, eco holdfast goon, then such people they're the sinful ones. They're the disobedient ones. They're the ones who are crossing their limits. Why? Because any law other than the law of Allah, what does it promote Fiske disobedience? How? disobedience to Allah subhanaw taala because then you're contradicting the law of Allah.

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When you disobey Allah, concerning such an obvious matter, such a big matter, such a big issue, for example, the case of murder, a case of theft, then what will you do when it comes to little things? When it comes to private things? Will you obey Allah will you disobey him there? Obviously a person will disobey him there. What unzila illegal Kitab will happy. Allah says and we have revealed to you the book, which book the Quran after tota after Injeel Allah says, an O Muhammad salatu salam we have revealed to you the book How will help me in truth, meaning containing the truth, everything about the Quran

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on how the entire Quran is how every word of it is how it is true. We've been happy in the now of unhappiness with the truth it has descended, meaning it has brought only the truth only Facts Only that which is correct. And this Quran, Musa de Colima, Albania de human al Kitab it confirms the truthfulness of that which is before it of the book, meaning every scripture before it, it confirms the truthfulness In what respect that they are from Allah. But does it mean that the Quran is according to the previous books, that if there are alterations changes in the book, the laws of Allah have been corrupted in the Quran, the same corrupted laws are there? No, that's not what the

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meaning of mosaddek over here is. My setup here means that the Quran says that yes, the Torah was from Allah, the injeel was from Allah does a boon was from who Allah this is how it confirms of truthfulness. And the Quran. In addition to all this is also one more Haman an early he, it is also a criterion over it over what, over all the previous scriptures. What does this word Mohammed mean? This is new.

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Elmo Haman is also one of the names of Allah subhanaw taala. So it is very important that we know what Al Mohammed means.

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Well, Haman basically is from Haman, Haman, Haman. Haman means to control and protect, to control and to protect, to watch over to preserve the look after to be a hacking over something to be the Amin How can meaning judge having authority. Likewise, a mean someone to look after Maha feels. Watch your protector. This is what Heyman means. So when it comes to the Quran, what does it mean by Mo Haman

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that the Quran is Mohammed over the previous scriptures that it guards, it preserves, it restores the original message of the books. What was the original message of the books that Allah subhanaw taala revealed? In essence, what was it that worship Allah? And here it would Allah which turning Buddhahood worship Allah and avoid all false gods. This was the basic message of all the previous scriptures of every revelation that Allah subhanaw taala sent. Now tell me something, this message may be corrupted in the previous books. For example, there may be statements in the NGO in the Torah that lead to shake, but the Quran does it preserve the message of the heat? Very well, very clearly.

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So many verses what do they emphasize the Oneness of Allah? What do they make clear that if a person does Schilke his deeds are rejected.

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So the Quran it has preserved it has restored it has guarded the original message of the previous scriptures. Likewise, the previous scriptures, what message did they contain, warning off the Day of Judgment. Now again, this message may have been corrupted by many people over centuries, even in the Scripture, but the Quran has preserved the original message in the correct way in the correct manner. That we learn that on the Day of Judgment, some people will go to Jannah other people will go to hellfire, every person will be held responsible for his deeds, a person will meet his result a person will meet his consequences, every deed will be taken account of.

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So this message is preserved in the Quran. Very clearly, there is no doubt about it. It has been explained in so much detail every aspect of it has been explained. So likewise, messages concerning previous prophets, their stories, their accounts, they may have been alter, they may have been corrupted in the previous scriptures, but in the Quran, the stories have been mentioned will help. Like for example, the story of the two sons of Adam have eaten kabhi we learned about that story. Allah subhanaw taala said that what do I lay him never have been a Adama how Bill healthy relate to them the story of the two sons of Adam how, according to the truth, the story of use of Alesana

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related absolutely in truth, the accounts of Ibrahim Rene Sinha, likewise who then Islam so they man early his salon, no highly sinner, they have been preserved in the Quran. Correct

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clearly and accurately, the true accounts have been lost in the previous scriptures major details have been removed or they have been changed, they have been altered, for example, that wilderness and I'm sorry man or listener, he is not mentioned as a prophet of Allah right now in the Bible. But in the Quran, we learn that who were the prophets of Allah.

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So, the Quran guards and preserves, it restores the original meanings of the previous books, the original messages of the previous books, the message that was lost, that was distorted that was changed. And the Quran being Mohamed also means that it prevails over the previous scriptures, because Haman has also to control right? So it prevails over the previous scriptures. And what does that mean? What does that mean? That if there's something that the Quran mentions, and the previous scriptures, they give a completely different account,

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for example, the story of Adam or his sunnah it's mentioned in a slightly different way, in the Bible, the story of creation, it's mentioned in a different way. Like we learn in the Quran that Allah subhanaw taala created the heavens and the earth, well Amelia, and he did not get tired. But in the Bible was mentioned that he rested, he got tired, so he rested. So there is a contradiction over here, what will prevail

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the Quran, why, because the previous scriptures distorted but the Quran, it is not distorted. It is from Allah preserved, Allah Himself has taken the responsibility to preserve this book. So the Quran has more Haman and Alaihe it is you can say, aggregator of the previous books, NASA, aggregator of them. So now when this is the case, then what will happen? People should seek judgment from where they should seek the truth from where the Quran because it has restored it has preserved it prevails, and the previous books are not like that anymore.

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facon Boehner home, therefore, a prophet Sallallahu Sallam judge between them between whom the people whether they're Muslim, or the people of the book, if they come to you seeking a verdict, then you should judge between them according to what Bhima ends and Allah according to what Allah has revealed. And what is that the Quran that Allah has revealed? The Torah, the NGO? Yes, he did, but their message has been altered.

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Therefore if there's anything that contradicts the Quran, it will be left. If there is anything that is in conformity with the Quran, it will be taken. And if there's something that the Quran is silent about, then it can be left or it can be taken. So far combina won't be met under allah judge between them according to what Allah has revealed, when tuttavia Hua home and do not follow their desires. What does it mean by this do not follow their desires? What are their desires, the changes that they have made in the book, the additions that they have made in the book, so don't follow their desires. Don't do what they tell you to rather follow the book of Allah, wala tuttavia Hua, whom I'm a

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criminal help away from that which has come to you of the truth because if you follow their desires, then this will take you away from the truth. So your concern should not be to make them happy to please them. Rather it should be to observe the book of Allah correctly and properly.

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Now a person may wonder, that if the tilde is from Allah, the Gita is from Allah, the Quran is from Allah. Yes, where there are many similarities, but in some situations, we see clear differences.

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For example, alcohol, it has been legalized by the people of the book, they consume it. But in the Quran is clearly mentioned that it is not permissible. Because Allah says for * unto monta When will you stop now meaning better stop, don't consume it. Likewise, their method of prayer may be different, there are differences between us and them, where there are many similarities are also some major differences. Those major differences, one cause is that yes, they have changed the law. They altered it, they revised it.

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But another causes that it is different. Another reason is that yes, they were given a different rule. And we have been given a different they were given a different law, and we have been given a different law concerning that issue. Why?

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If it's from Allah should not be identical. Should it not be the same?

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Tell me if it's Ramallah should not be the same. Technically, yes. So then why is it different?

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Different times different circumstances? Anything else? Okay, different culture.

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Different situations mean think about it. The bunny is how you started when you separate Hassan came when 1000s of years ago Ibrahim red Assam came when 1000s of years ago and Muslims are living now in a completely different age. So there will be differences in the law. Why? Because the situations are different circumstances have changed. And Allah subhanaw taala tests people in different ways. So Allah says Liko Linda Anam income should rotten woman hurt

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to each of you. Liquid lint, each meaning each nation, the nation of Musa listen and the nation, Risa listen and the nation of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam go back in time the Nation of New holism go further back people of Adam Rene Sinha, different law, it is said that at the time of Adam or listener, her work, every time she became pregnant, she gave birth to twins, one will be male, and the other would be female. And what would happen is that obviously, those children have no cousins, they had no other people whom they could get married to. So they had to get married amongst themselves. So what would happen is that the male of one twin bear would marry the female off

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another twin set and vice versa. So this is how marriage took place. Now is that permissible today? Not at all. Why? Because the situation is different. The circumstances are different.

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Like Allah subhanaw taala has revealed everything through his wisdom and he knows his people the best and so if he were to reveal the laws of the Quran to Bani Israel, he knows there would be just complete rejection. And even in the Quran, those verses have been abrogated where alcohol was permissible because he it was his mercy to just kind of slowly wean them into his laws, because he knows his people the best Exactly. So liquid ninja Allah men come to each nation for every people we made. Should I turn women herder? I just want to add to the previous point that my sister just mentioned, there is another example of nurse that during hazard, Marian time, and Marian was devoted

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to the heckle to service squad and there was a tradition of devoting their children male or female to the heckles Robin it was in at that time, it was allowed but during Islam, I mean, there's not as many as

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it was not exactly previously, this was permissible and now it is not the law has changed.

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It's not like I just want to say that a lot of like societies have tried to ban like things like alcohol and prostitution and slavery and it just completely backfired but it's amazing that Allah did it in a way that it worked. Yes, it's so amazing, right because yeah, it was gradual and it totally worked.

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So liquorland JANA men come she rotten woman had to each nation because of its unique circumstances, unique situation, unique set of weaknesses and strengths. Allah subhanaw taala gave a unique Shira woman herder, what is your law and what is min Hajj method, Shiva is from the letter sheen Lorraine and shatter is basically the path to a water source a source of water like for example, a spring or a well or a pond or lake or something like that, because people repeatedly go there, what happens is that a bath naturally comes to them.

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So, from this Shira is the way of life the law, because it is the path that takes you to your eternal life, when you live it when you observe it, then it takes you to your eternal life because water is also a source of life right to source of nourishment. So when a person observes the law that Allah has given, then he receives eternal life and happiness in paradise.

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So Shinra is the law men had on the other hand from noon hygiene is used for an open clear wide bath. So min HydraFacial the clear practice the clear practice, so what's the difference between shutter and min head, you can say that shitara is law as in what to do. And min hatch is the practice as in how to do so for example, the Quran, it contains the law so that is what should are and the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Salam, it tells you how to practice the law. So that is like Min hatch. So liquorland jar lemon, kimchi rotten woman Hajra each people were given a different set of laws and a different methodology based on their unique circumstances based on their unique

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Not that

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The source of the law is different. No. But because the people were in different situations. Think about it. One country, different provinces.

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But in each province, is the tax the same?

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Is it No, it's not. Likewise, health benefits are the same. No. traffic laws are the same. No. They're different. Why? You might say, but it's the same country. If something is applicable in Ontario, it should be applicable in Alberta as well.

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I'm a Canadian, I want to be Canadian everywhere. No, you have to follow the specific law of the land because your land is different from other lands, even if you're in the same country? Yes. Even if you're from the same country, the geography is different. Likewise, the political system might be slightly different. The circumstances may be different and this is a reason why the rules are different. Not extremely, but there are minor differences.

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So these differences have existed between the Shara era that Allah subhanaw taala revealed. So the Colindale lemon considerata woman herder, Willow SHA, Allah Who And if Allah wanted La Jolla come on with Anwar Haida, he could have made you a single nation, meaning to Adam realism he could have given the Quran and from that time the Quran could have been preserved and the message of the Quran should have been implemented. But tell me was it possible rather than Islam to implement the Quran? No, not possible. For no harlot Santa, no not possible for Musa Sena again not possible for Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam definitely because the situation is different. So while Oh sha Allah Allah Jalla

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como uma Dawa Haider, Allah could have made you a single nation what I can but he didn't do so he gave you different rules, different laws, why Leah beluga calm so that he can test you female Tao comb through what He has given you. He is testing you through the commands that he has given you.

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The Bani Israel were tested through the laws that they were given. And we are being tested through the laws that we are given.

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Which means that the law, the Islamic law is what it test for whom for the Muslims. What does How is it a test? That Do we follow it

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or not?

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Now the thing is that there could be some things which were very easy for the Bani Israel to follow. But if we were asked to do it today, it would be impossible for us or vice versa. It could have been very difficult for them to do. But if we were given the same command, it would have been very easy for us very simple.

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But why is the last panel Donna gave them those commands, which they found difficult. Some of them not all of them, because he's testing them. Likewise for us, why are we given certain commands which we find difficult? Because, you know, we might say, well, you know, we're talking about how the circumstances have changed. So it's been 1400 years since the Quran game. So why isn't the Quran revised by now? Shouldn't there be a modern interpretation because the situation has changed circumstances have completely changed. Yes, they have changed. But the law is still applicable. And if you find it difficult, then remember that it's a test.

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If you find it difficult, and remember that it is a test for you. You think that wearing hijab today is difficult for you. And it was very easy for people back then. It wasn't easy for people back then. You know how women of Arabia how they would go about outside.

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They would wear necklaces, especially like a lot of Xena around their necks, and their clothes will be very decorated on the chest around the neck. They would put on a shawl over their head and they would put it behind their shoulders. They would leave it behind their shoulders. And like typically Indian Pakistani brides are dressed like their neck and their face and their chest like it's decked up and a shawl is placed over the head but it's thrown back. So this is how the women of Arabia, common women, they will dress up and they will go about you think it was easy for them to bring that child down and wrap it up over their front and bring down their veils onto their chests in the

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Quran. Very clearly Allah says well your blood Navajo Marina Allah do you begin and they should take their shawl and put it over their chest. They should cover their chest with it. Not just with the clothes that they're wearing, but the hijab that they're wearing. They should bring it down on their chest so that they're just discovered. You think that was easy for them? Not

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To add all, but it's easy for who?

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Those who submit to Allah. So don't think that just because the times have changed, it is more difficult for you. Okay? Yes, it might be more difficult, but remember that it was also difficult for people back then. And remember that the law is something through which Allah tests us, we claim to believe. But do we actually submit and surrender? Do we actually accept and follow? Or do we make the excuse? Not applicable today? Not possible today? Can't do it?

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Well, I can Leah beluga calm FEMA, comb his dusting you through the law that he's given you. So what should be your focus for cervical hieratic? Rash run race to all that is good for Stobhill? Who is tabaco? Seen back off? What does it mean to get ahead? And estaba con is to race when you're racing, what's your goal that you want to get ahead of the people who are racing with you, if one person has done 10 You want to do 20 If they've done 50 You want to do 100 You want to get ahead of them. If one person has read three pages, you want to read five pages. If one person has done two assignments you want to get done three or four are all so fosterville Qu Allah says res and rush in what in L Hi

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rod in goodness. And what is goodness that which Allah has revealed?

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So your goal, your aim in life should not be analyzing this law, that law what is better? What is not better? Is it applicable? Is it not applicable? No, leave all this debate, leave all this argument.

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Focus on the main objective and what does that do what Allah is telling you to do? First of all hierarchy. Because there's a however, their focus was not on Okay, but what did the Jews do? Okay, what what do the Christians do? Okay, well, what does the Bible say? Okay, but if it's difficult, then is there some kind of forgiveness over here or some kind of compromise over here? No, this was not their focus, what was their focus, Samina or authority? Which is why the day when the verses of hijab were revealed? You know what happened? During the night, lamps were lit in the Muslims houses. Why? Because the women were stitching up their hijabs. They were fixing their hijabs so that they

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could wear them at Fudger time when they go to the masjid.

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This has called for cervical Hira. They didn't wait until the next day and say, so is this okay? If I do like this?

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No, they didn't wait until the next day to go to the Prophet salallahu Salam and say, so is this hijab, okay. Is it okay if I'm not really wearing a hijab, but I'm wearing loose clothes and I'm, you know, not really wearing any makeup and I'm just going about like that. Is it okay? If I'm going in, there's no men who are looking at me. You know, in North America, men really don't stare at you. And when you go to Middle East then that is where men stare at you. So is it okay, if I go without hijab?

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Is it okay if it's my cousin who comes to my house and is it okay if this happens and that no. What was their reaction? Festival hierarchy? Allah revealed the command to do hijab, okay, what am I going to wear tomorrow? What am I going to wear when I go out of the house tomorrow morning at Fajr time to the masjid.

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This is called festival

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so Allah says festival hierarchy. When can a person do this when he remembers Illa Allah he will Giro come to Mira to Allah is your return all together? I'm going alone to Allah. Everyone is going and despite the fact that everyone is going I will be alone I will face Allah alone it Allah Hema dercum Jumeirah for you to be calm. So, he will inform you demand quantum fee the telephone concerning that which we use to differ because differences are there and they will always remain one person says you can wear such kind of hijab one person says you don't need to wear hijab, another person says you have to wear jeans about another person says you have to wear niqab niqab, Jabbar

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hijab, this that if they laugh,

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and all these words even they confuse you.

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You thought modest clothing was sufficient. And here you are hearing all these complicated terms and you wonder, is this length of my skirt? Okay, is this print on my hijab appropriate? So you go get into all these debates, all these arguments and differences complicated, which is why they said the flick of women is what complicated, right? So this is the laugh, it is there

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and it will remain and you can never solve it.

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Why? Because Allah has created people differently. They think differently. They look differently. Imagine if people's eyes are of different colors and shades. You think their views will be done.

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Is it possible? Never.

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If people hear differently, you think they will understand Same way, if the size of people's brains is not identical, meaning it's different depending on their size than you think they will think in the same way never.

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So when there are so many differences that Allah soprano data has created in people, the fact is that the people can never be identical in their thinking and their understanding and their opinions and their approach in their interpretation. There will always be differences.

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So then you wonder what am I supposed to do? You're supposed to festival Herat.

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Which means that what you find out, do it when he learned that Allah has said something and just do it. Don't go on saying, researching okay, what has this she said? And what has that she said? This she ex wife? What does she do? This shakes Doctor, what does she do? So I will do what his daughter does, and I will do what his wife does. No. You have to do what Allah has said his height and what has led what Allah has revealed festival Hyatts and notice, Rush and run.

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Because what happens is that when you're running,

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and there happens to be something in the way, then what will happen if you're running you will get passed very quickly.

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Then these distractions, they don't distract you. If you get tied up in something, you get freed very quickly.

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But if you're walking slowly and every step you're taking with a lot of care then every little thing bothers you right?

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For example, if you're running on a path you're running inside your house, then what will happen as you run toward the main door if you're running you won't see the dirt on the floor the hair on the floor, the dust on the floor. But if you walk like every woman does in her house, then she will notice everything on the floor and everything on the wall. Why do you think children don't notice these things? Because they're running all the time? And why do mothers notice all these things? Because they are walking with care and they're looking at everything

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so when it comes to certain matters it's good to pay attention to little things because you want to be careful but when it comes to something good than just rush to it just rush to it for cervical hierarchy and you'll be fine

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