Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P06 072D Tafsir Al-Maidah 49-50

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of understanding the reality of Islam and avoiding harms in the presence of others. They stress the need to seek forgiveness and avoid feeling uncomfortable in the presence of someone or something. The importance of praying five times a day to strengthen one's brain and focus on the inner beam and the backward and forward, and acceptance of the decree is also emphasized. Prayer is crucial in achieving man's satisfaction and avoiding harm in the presence of others.
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Let him in the shape of a gene Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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what come and judge Boehner home between them in between the people Bhima under law according to what Allah has revealed, while our tuttavia Hua home and do not follow their desires, what are their desires, the alterations that they have made, the things that they have invented, why their home and be cautious of them, be very careful, be alert, whether one has a right

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to be cautious. So be on your guard. When you deal with these people. Uh, you have to you know, that they might tempt you less they tempt you, they put you in fitna

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how, through their speech, unbearably man under Allahu alake from some of that which Allah has revealed. Be very careful when you're dealing with certain people when it comes to the book of Allah. Because you will mention something and they will start bringing up all these differences, all these opinions, and then you're a confused mess all over again. You started with confusion, you read the book of Allah, you gain some clarity. And then what happened? You started discussing the same thing with, you know, a particular person. And they mentioned strange and weird things and you're just messed up in your head, like, what am I supposed to do? We're supposed to do it or not do it,

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do it like this, or do it like that? Why not be cautious and alert.

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Because some people they love to debate. They love to talk about controversial issues, rather than like to bring controversy in everything of the dean.

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They like to bring controversy in everything other than the dean is not controversial itself. They like to bring controversy. Even when it comes to the matter of, you know, moving your finger into childhood, they will make this confusing for you.

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So when you come across an individual who loves talking about these strange things, or debating, you know, then be careful. Be alert. Why don't I have to Noca I'm barely met under Allah who take and especially when somebody is looking for faults in the Quran, in the book of Allah in the Sunnah of His Messenger, or he's presenting strange things, then be careful and stay away.

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Because this recently somebody was telling me about one of their relatives who was having a discussion with a professor of theirs back from university. And they were basically discussing about Allah subhanaw taala.

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But his being his attributes, His existence, and the discussion went from very innocent discussion to Allah's hand, and Allah's appearance, and so on and so forth. And then what are they bringing quotations from the books of great Islamic scholars.

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But if you take those quotations, and you put them out of place, it's going to mess you up. It's really going to confuse you.

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And the thing is that to understand those matters, you have to have a certain level of knowledge and understanding, to go so high. And the only reason why our scholars discuss these things wrote about these things was so that if there is a person who reaches this level has confusion, a question at this level, then he should have an answer. But if an average person takes out one sentence from their book and says, Oh, look, this scholar, you say that he's a follower of the Sunnah, and he's have the correct belief. Look what he mentioned in his book about Allah subhanaw taala. Can you even comprehend it? Can you even imagine it?

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But think about it. The answer what I gave to them was that look, the Quran and the Sunnah.

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They don't always talk about these details, right? These details are there. But if you compare it with everything that we have been given all the knowledge that we have been given, it's just a small fraction. So what should our focus be on?

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On the very small fraction, the reality of which we can ever understand in this world, the reality of which we can never fully comprehend with our limited minds and the limited knowledge that Allah has given us? Is that what our focus should be? No, our focus should be on what festival hierarchy? What are we supposed to do?

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Allah subhanaw taala I believe he exists. I believe he has the attributes that he has informed us off their reality how they are, I can understand I'll wait till the hereafter.

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Right now I want to strive in order to get to Jannah so that I can be there when Allah subhanaw taala shows himself to the people agenda, and then I'll find out and then I'll understand mozarella Salam, he wished to see Allah. Could you see him? No, he couldn't.

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So right now, with your discussions and your research

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Turn your observations, can you know the reality of Allah never. So it's a very futile path you can say, to take, because it's gonna get you nowhere, it's just going to confuse you. So Allah says, We're not alone. And you have to know our environment under Allahu alake. For interval lower than if they turn away, meaning they come to you, you made judgment for them, you give them and they are not interested, they turn away. They don't accept your decision farlam the know that under my god, the law who that indeed Allah only once and you sleep at home, that he afflicts them, we barely don't obey Him because of some of your sins. What does this mean? That if a person sees the hawk, yet he

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doesn't accept it, then this is a consequence of what their previous sins, their previous sins are preventing them from accepting the truth, which is clear.

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Because sometimes, there is a matter which is very clear in our deen, there's no doubt about it.

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But yet people are confused. Yet people are confused, or they said they're confused. They say I don't know, I don't get it.

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And if you explain to them, they still don't want to get it.

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And even when they apparently get it, they say, I'm not ready for it. I can't do it. I'm not going to do it, though allow, if they turn to it, and remember, this is a consequence of their sins. And here, we should look at ourselves. Let's not think about others. Let's think about ourselves.

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That what is it that I know I'm supposed to do? Or what is it that I know I'm not supposed to do? It's clear in the Quran and Sunnah. Yet I contradict the Quran and Sunnah.

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I'm not observing it properly, I'm not observing it like I should.

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I know that, for example, I have to pray my son, for instance, I have to pray my fault on time. And I've heard many lectures, I've read many books, many people have advised me yet if I don't do it. If I have some reason, if I come up with an excuse, then this is a consequence of my sin. Because it's not possible that a person has been granted Hidayatullah deitel is shad that Allah gives knowledge to a person.

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And that person is not allowed to act on it

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doesn't make sense, right? That there is a person who doesn't know anything, Allah teaches him, informs him educates him, makes him understand. And yet this person doesn't get the dough field to act on it.

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He gets real, but normal, he gets a chef but no tofield what's the problem doesn't make sense. What's the problem? There's something that has come in the middle

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and prevented the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala from coming to that person? And what is that? What is it that has distanced the person from Allah, that has become a barrier between the person and Allah?

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It is his sin.

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So whenever you find yourself in a situation like this, that I know, yet I don't do,

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why? There's something in the middle, there's a barrier that has come between me and Allah. There's something that has distanced me from Allah. It's our sense.

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So let's seek forgiveness. Let's do is the father at that time, so that we can get the field

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in order had these we learned that whoever wishes to meet Allah, then Allah wishes to meet him to

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whoever wishes to meet Allah than Allah wishes to meet him to Allah likes to meet him to?

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Now imagine, think about it right now. If you were to die

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today, are you ready to meet Allah? Don't Answer me. Answer to yourself. Are you ready to meet Allah?

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What have you met Allah? No.

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Would you be comfortable or uncomfortable? Would you feel happy or

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worried? Would you be relaxed? Or would you be anxious? How would you feel? If the answer is that you'd be anxious? If the answer is that you're uncomfortable, you feel awkward. Then ask yourself why? Why am I anxious? Why am I uncomfortable? When are you not ready to meet someone? When do you feel uncomfortable in the presence of someone and something has happened?

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That is not right. When something wrong has happened. So what is it? That is wrong that has happened between you and Allah, your sin? Allah has always been merciful to you. It's always our sins, right? So these sins, they create a barrier

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are between us and Allah, the distance as from him, so, we feel uncomfortable

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and some people experience this so much that they cannot even lift up their hands to make dua to Allah.

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They cannot even do sit down and cry before Allah and ask him for something,

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this is how it becomes.

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So, when you feel this barrier, this distance you have to get rid of it because there is no way of survival except with Allah. There is no protection except with him. There is no substitute to having closeness with Allah. There is no substitute to having Allah subhanaw taala pleased with you.

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Having a lost parent are pleased with you there is no substitute to this no alternative to this. You know, for example, if your mom is upset with you, you're like fine. My dad's okay with me.

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Or whatever my friends are there.

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But if Allah is not happy with you, then remember there is no substitute nothing in this world nothing at all.

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So, where the sins have come in between? Get rid of them? How to get rid of them? seek forgiveness, confess, say that Yala. I am very very sinful. I know I am wrong. I am wrong. I am that I have done this wrong. I've done that wrong. I confess I admit,

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but lay off the Nova 11 No one forgive sins but you fulfill LEE So forgive me. My filata Minar Indyk forgiveness from you because there's no other way. There's no other way. So get rid of that. And don't delay. If you have this feeling that Ramadan came and I you know, I had this feeling that I'm going to pray a lot and I'm going to seek Allah's forgiveness but I barely get my fasts. I hardly went for total we I hardly made any dua Ramadan is gone, and I'll almost half of Chawan or half of Shawwal is gone, rather, and I haven't even kept one fast. So what am I doing? Where am I headed do?

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Don't worry, it's never too late. seek forgiveness now. Don't delay.

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And you seek forgiveness once you make a mistake again, seek forgiveness again do as the father can do Toba.

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You know in our bodies, we learn that Allah subhanaw taala says, The gist of that hadith is that my servant has done wrong. And he has said, Oh ALLAH forgive me, and I have forgiven him. Why? Because he knows that there is no one who can forgive sins, but Allah, and then that servant did wrong again. And he said, Oh Allah, I have wronged so forgive me. It's Allah says, I forgive him. And that servant he does wrong again. And he says, oh, Allah, forgive me. So Allah forgives him that sermon he does wrong again. This happens repeatedly again, and again and again. And again. If there was anyone else, they would say, this is a joke.

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Is this a joke? But what does Allah say, I forgive you. Why? Because Allah knows that his servant realizes that he has a Lord who forgives, you could never become perfect. You will always fall you might feel that in Ramadan, I prayed budget, always on time. And here I am barely praying on time, you will fall. You might say, in Ramadan, I got 30 fasts. And here I am 15 days are gone. And I haven't even kept one fast. In Ramadan, I said all my sudden, and here I am not even praying any sooner

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in Oregon, and if they could, now I don't do it. Don't stay in that guilt, get out of it, pull yourself out of it,

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get over it and move on. But if you stay there, then what will happen that distance will increase that awkwardness will increase that discomfort and that feeling of anxiety, anxiousness, it will increase.

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Somebody gave a very beautiful example of sins and repentance, that when a person commits a sin, it's as though there is a weed that has grown.

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When it's small, then it is easy to pull it out.

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But if you leave it, then what will happen? It will grow stronger and stronger and stronger. And over time, what happens? A person ages and he becomes weaker, the tree grows stronger, firmer, and the person becomes weaker and weaker and weaker.

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So what will happen when he will come to yank the tree out of the ground? Can he do it?

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Even if he wants to Can he do it? He will find it so difficult, to the point that a time will come and he will say it's simple

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possible, I can't do it. So his yard will be full of weeds, and he will just look away.

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But his looking away doesn't mean that the yard will become clean automatically.

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But this is what we do with our sins. We know they're there. But we just pretend as if they don't exist, but this pretends it will not help you.

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The more time goes on, the more difficult it will be to repent. So when this distance has gone when this barrier has come, lifted up, Break it, break that wall, pull out that weed.

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We're in a cathedral, Mina Nursey lefur silcoon Allah says, and indeed the majority of the people, there are surely defiantly disobedient, most of the people they're disobedient to Allah. So this is why most of the people you will find they do not follow the law of Allah. First of all, you will see that the majority of the people they don't believe in Allah's law. And then from them, the majority of them they don't adhere to it. We're in a cathedral Mina NASCI left us yakun for Hoekman Jay Haley Yachty abou, Allah says, Then is it the judgment of the time of ignorance that they desire?

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Because if they don't want to follow the law of Allah, they want to follow something else, then what is that something else? It's Jehovah. Yeah.

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What is Jehovah? Jehovah? Yes, from Jehovah, Jim hurlan. And Jehovah means ignorance. What is ignorance? Or the model? When there is no knowledge when people don't know, unawareness? When people have no idea. And Jay Leija, as a technical term refers to the pre Islamic age, the time before Islam. Because in that time, did people know about what Allah wants them to do? Know that the people know about what Halal is what Haram is? Know that they know what leads to Jannah? And what leads to hellfire? No, they didn't know. Which is why some individuals who were seeking the truth who were seeking that know that light, what happened, they left shift, they left many sins, and they would

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say, Oh God, all that being who created everything, I believe in you.

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And there were people who were known as the Hoonah fat because they wouldn't do shake, they wouldn't dedicate anything to the idols, they would just believe in Allah subhanaw taala. But they didn't know what to do. They were still in darkness, they had no idea how to live their lives. So this is what Jamelia is. And in the pre Islamic age, we see the basically the absence of the Divine Law, the absence of the light and guidance that Allah says, its absence, it meant people who are living without any law in order

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that what are people following their desires, their wishes. So if they have a child, if it happens to be a boy, and they want to keep that child, they'll keep him and if it happens to be a girl, as soon as a woman gives birth girl, the hole is already dug. And they would immediately put the girl child in that hole and variant. Literally some people will do this, that when the woman would be in labor, when she would be about to give birth they would start digging a hole that would have the hole ready prepared that if it's a girl, she'll come straight from the wall into the grave cover her up and collapse finish.

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Infanticide was common, not that common but it was present. This was your Hillier, right? Likewise killing someone just because you're mad at them, this is what Jamelia

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likewise JDM and what following the forefathers without any reason without any knowledge? Does because my dad used to do it just because my grandparents used this just because this has been our tradition and culture for centuries. This is why we do it, even if it makes no sense. Absolutely. Still we do it. So basically, this was Jehovah you said your healing is what?

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Any way of life that is other than the way of life that Allah subhanaw taala has stopped

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because it is ignorance.

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And if you compare people who are living today as well, a life that contradicts the way of life that Allah has ordained, you will find many similarities between their behavior today and the behavior of the people before Islam.

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The behavior of the people before Islam was what if it's a girl we don't want her will bury it. Today what do people do with all their technology, they'll do an ultrasound to find a deformity in the fetus, abort it.

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They find that the gender is not what they wanted. aborted. They find that the woman is pregnant, they don't want a child aborted.

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What's the difference? Tell me. The only difference is the modern technology, right?

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That's the only difference. Otherwise the actions are the same. what Islam teaches us that know if Allah has ordained a child accepted however it is girl boy, normal, abnormal with deformities, whatever accepted because Allah has ordained that child for you. This is what Islamic law brought. This is what Buddha knew abroad. So if people leave that without a no, and say, No, we don't want this child, we want to get rid of it. Then what's the difference between them? And pre Islamic Arabia? What's the difference?

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We see that people back then they did last, taking other people's property by force unjustly. Theft, robbery, very common highway robbery, very common. Islam came forbade that. And if people do the same thing now, then what's the difference between them and Joe Healy Arabs?

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What's the difference? There's no difference. Likewise, before Islam, Zina was common, prostitution was common. If people were traveling somewhere, they came to a village or city or town, and they wanted to stay somewhere overnight. They want to look for hotels and rest houses. What would they look for? A house with a flag on it. Because that means that this is the house of a prostitute. And you can go stay there, give her some money, enjoy her, and also have some fun time and then move on. That's what they will do. And what do people do today? When they go to Vegas, when they go to other places in this world? What do they do

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similar things right? Islam came forbade prostitution, and people are going back to it. What's the difference? There's no difference. You might have some fancy terms, some fancy buildings, some more complicated system. But at the end of it, it's the same thing.

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Likewise, people consumed alcohol, embarrass themselves embarrassed others, humiliated others, damaged other people's property. Because they were drunk. They were intoxicated. Islam came forbid that because this doesn't befit a human being, to walk like a drunk to speak like a drunk person that doesn't prefer a human being. And then what happens now?

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Same thing, right?

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My husband was telling me that in Ramadan, in the last night, when he would come for PM,

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then he would go first approached importance

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with his friends. So anyway, he said that every day he would find people who are drunk, who couldn't even stand property because it was in the middle of the night, right? Who couldn't even stand properly, couldn't even walk properly. And he says, it's amazing, the same people, you will find them working in fancy offices behind fancy desks on fancy computers, and the same individuals. Look at them.

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So what's the difference between people who get drunk today and behave like animals? And people who got drunk 1000s of years ago, and behaved in a similar manner? What's the difference? No difference, right?

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One night, I woke up and I heard people laughing in a very strange way. I got so scared. I felt as though there were people right in front of my house. Perhaps they were drunk or what? I don't know. But the way they were talking the way they were laughing It was creepy.

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It was act as if they were possessed by the jinn or something.

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I got so scared. I didn't turn any lights on nothing. I didn't even go downstairs to have some food. I was scared.

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So does this behavior suit a human being someone who has a fancy degree who drives a fancy car? Does it suit him know?

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People who got drunk? Intoxicated, they were companions? Who said statements that were like, they knew that getting drunk was something evil when they saw people who were drunk eating their own feces,

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because they can't tell what is an agenda and what is but and what happens to people today.

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Something very similar. They will drink their own urine or they will make other people drink their urine. What happens in such places? disgusting things that you don't even want to imagine only want to talk about. So this is Jay Lee. Yeah. This is not being progressive and modern. Because people are doing these things today in the name of what? being free and being modern and being progressive. This is not progressiveness. If you leave Islam, you are going backward. If you leave Islam, you're going back to the ways of Jehovah Yeah.

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I used to have a neighbor she's non Muslim, her husband who come home drunk, and she takes all his money in the morning. He doesn't know where his money and she told me I took all his money on here.

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I have no idea. I tell her to tell him. And she said no, leave him. So that the way he doesn't know even where his money is going.

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So this is the reason why the law that Allah has given it is called No, it is called Houda. And the way of life whatever it may be, that contradicts the law of Allah, what is that? Darkness, Jehovah? Yeah. Because a person who uses his mind correctly, who uses reason, he will never think that it's good for me to get intoxicated, and people take my money, and I have no idea what I have lost.

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So if a hook Majah Helia to balloon? Is it, the judgment of the time of ignorance that they desire?

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What do they want? Are they seeking to return to the way before the book of Allah came? They want to become like people were when they did not have the Quran. This is what they want. Because you see, so many people are striving today struggling today to what to eliminate the Quran eliminate the message of the Quran, which is why if anyone wants to observe it, they call him radical, they call him backward. They call him barbaric, the column this column that but he is the person who is enlightened, and people who are living a way of life that contradicts the Quran. That is Jay Lea.

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So

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when you think about the rulings of Islam, you find that a lot of the time they really they're there to make you think they're there to make you think about what you're doing. How is it right, how does it affect the people around you, it really makes you become enlightened it makes you realize what is there around you your surroundings. But if you try to move away from that you're trying to live a life where you're blind, where you're doing things without really when you're drunk, you don't know who you're harming you don't know who you're hurting and what you're doing to yourself sometimes makes sense. So you find Islam really just it makes you think it makes you use your brain. Yes, it

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makes you aware, conscious, alert. And if a person leaves that then you want to juggle Lea so Allah says you want to become ignorant, you wanna go backward? Woman accent Amina Allah Hoekman. And who is better than Allah in judgment? Meaning whose judgment is better than the judgment of Allah? What's the answer? No one's judgment. Allah's judgment, his law, his ruling, his decision is the best, but who will say that they call me up known for people who have your clean, meaning for the people who have this conviction, this firm belief, the certainty that Allah's judgment is the best, then they will take it, they will follow it, they will accept it. But they have this Yaqeen this

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Yaqeen that Allah's judgment is the best. And when can a person have the certainty that Allah's judgment is the best, when he recognizes Allah, when he recognizes Allah through His name, through His attributes, through his of all,

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through His commandments, he recognizes Allah. But think about it in your body. If the digestive system that Allah has created is the best, if the nervous system that he has created is the best mean, there could be nothing else that people could come up with that could replace the nervous system, nothing at all, than if what he has created in your body is the best than what he has legislated for your soul is also the best.

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So when can a person have this understanding when he recognizes Allah than everything makes perfect sense. And when everything makes perfect sense, then it is easy to accept that when a person does not recognize Allah, then he won't be able to accept the law of Allah. He won't be able to accept the decision of Allah and His messenger.

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You know, there was a woman at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, a young woman, basically the daughter of a companion. And there was a Muslim man who was physically deformed, to whom people attached no importance to people didn't have any respect for him. Nothing at all. People didn't even notice him didn't care for him. So much of this person himself felt that a lot

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that once the prophets on the waters and picked him up from behind and said, Who will buy this slave from me because joking with him. So he said, nobody's going to buy me. Even if I were a slave, nobody's going to mind me because I'm worth nothing. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam assured him that he is better than that. So anyway, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wanted him to get married.

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And he asked the father of that young girl, that we're interested in marriage with your daughter so that men thought the prophets Allah said they wanted to marry her and he said, of course, sure. And when the Prophet said a lot, Islam said not for me, but for this man

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And

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then he said, I'll discuss with the mother.

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So he went to the mother? And she said no way. Absolutely not. But when the daughter heard, she came and asked them what's going on.

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And they told her, that the Prophet saw a lot isn't a once a you to get married to this man. And what was her response? That if the Messenger of Allah is saying, then do it, if the Messenger of Allah is saying that let's do it,

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then nothing bad can happen to me.

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And she didn't marry him.

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And we remember her now, because of who, because of her husband, she got importance because of her husband, not because of her parents, but because of her husband.

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So the person who recognizes Allah, His Messenger, and when he learns, she learns of a command of Allah, the instruction of the messenger than that is sufficient, then they don't need a study to prove that hijab is good for you, then they don't need a study to prove that this law, or this commandment of Islam, this pillar of Islam is very beneficial. That if you pray five times a day, then you're like meditating and you're strengthening your brain and you're strengthening your focus and all of that, no, they don't need all these studies. They'll do it anyway. Why? Because Allah and His Messenger have said so the Coleman you can they believe with conviction certainty?

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And we must have the certainty that if Allah has said that I'm a no or sadhaka we believe we affirm Samir now will authority now we're here and we will obey

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So who is a true progressive, a truly progressive person? The one who is progressing to Allah,

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the One who is acting on first who will highlight

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and who is the backward person,

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the one who is reversing from the law of Allah, the One who cringes when he learns over command of Allah, the One who takes a few steps back when he learns that this is Allah's law, then that person is backward, and the one who comes forward, then he is truly enlightened.

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Regarding the discussion about abortion, that when you were talking about like if people found that there is an if there are gender specific or they found any default deformation, there you go for a version. So what is the final ruling? I know about I mean, abortion is not permissible. But if you are sure the doctors are saying that there is some deformation in the fetus or they would wouldn't have a normal child experts there, it's confirmed, then what should the people do? Same thing that leave it because that is how Allah subhanaw taala created? Because what does Allah say Allah, Dr. Lu, Allah, they do not kill your children?

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Who is the Giver and taker of life? Allah subhanaw taala Who are you here, where you need this is something that we do not have authority over so we cannot take someone's life away. Whether it is a fetus in the womb, or it is an adult walking on the street, we cannot take somebody's life away.

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And even if there are deformities, so what

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so what if whatever life that Allah has decreed for a slave of his don't take that away, and if it causes burden on people, if it is a source of great test for the family, then it is through various tests and patients over them that people that are jet are elevated in this life and in the hereafter. You know my karate

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Through the teacher who taught me how to recite Quran, he used to come every day for one hour, and we were little children, and he would teach us how to recite the Quran. And my parents, they took us to his house several times and read every time we'd go visit him. And recently also, when I went to Pakistan, I went to visit him, he has two daughters that are mentally *.

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From my childhood, I have seen that those two daughters were always just sitting on the bed, the sitting on the bed, in their house, they cannot talk, they cannot communicate nothing, they just sit there making noise, sometimes being happy, or sad or crying. And honestly, seeing those girls makes me respect my Quran teacher even more.

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Because to know that somebody is going through such a great test in life to see their two daughters. And even now when I went, they are old, those two daughters, perhaps in their 30s. Now

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physically, they look perfectly normal, perfectly normal physically, but mentally, they have like the brain of a three month old, maybe, maybe a five month old, something like that.

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But it's a great test for the family. But their acceptance of this test, and they're embracing this decree that Allah's panel data has made for them. It has really honored them in the eyes of people and insha Allah hopefully, in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala as well.

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And this is exactly what our deen teaches us. Because what was happening before diarrhea, killing children, what do people do today? kill children, but what does Allah want, that we keep them on Allah subhanaw taala has given life to them, we accept them. This is submission, this is belief. This is Iman. And rejection of it. That is not even.

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I was thinking about the internal test from Allah subhanaw taala. And always I respect and I remember I remember him chef Krishna, Allah have mercy on him this year. So many times they put him in jail because some reason they think he's wrong, and also his son's handicap, and he lost his eyesight when he was 17. He went so many tests, and so many hands on Subhan Allah who died in sha Allah Subhan Allah, so we need sovereignty, because this life is about what Allah subhanaw taala wants from us as what submission that we submit to Allah wholeheartedly.

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That we accept all of his outcome, whether they are godly, or they are shuttering. Whether they have to do with fate decree, or they have to do with the religion that Allah subhanaw taala has given. And both of them are connected, when a person will submit to Allah with regards to Padre commands Kadri Hurco that he will also surrender with regards to shutter

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Synoptical, a few years back, my cousin was told to abort her child, because he didn't have an arm and have had. So we convinced her and say, Don't do it. Just put your trust in Allah. And the child was born with everything. Sopran normal child with his arms, his heart, everything. So don't rush things. So submit to Allah, accept his decree. And Allah will bless Baraka, and his help will come.

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As we're learning this is we learned that on like, everything has a core, and the core is not knowing the lesson or data. So for me, it's just saying that for the and this is going out to parents is Don't force your kids to do things, talk to them, and explain and do that or we are insane. You know, why is it that we don't do this? Why don't you do that, and give them the love of Allah, like kids and the love of Allah and I fear when they're really, really young, they need that love, and understanding all of that. And there's a time in a kid's life where they look at parents, as superheroes, as your parents are just everything and they just hold on to every word, every

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action that you do. And that is the time that needs to be. It needs to be embraced. And I think that goes out to all the moms and also us that aren't moms yet, you know, we need to keep that in mind. And looking for those moments and just teaching them at that moment.

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Because when that love of Allah is instilled in the heart, that recognition of Allah, this will help a person submit to Allah, this will help a person surrender to Allah subhanaw taala accept His law accept his decision. But if that love is not there, then no matter how much you let two people no matter how much you explain them logically, no matter how much you

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threaten them, nothing's going to work.

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You know, for example, if a child from a very young age is made to love, let's say, firefighters, or let's say, paramedic.

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The other day, my son, he saw paramedics, that's a new thing for him. So he's just, everyone's a paramedic, right and everyone's a firefighter and everyone's a construction worker and everyone's doctor and everyone's a nurse. So anyway, what happens is that when this love is put in, then what will happen you don't have to tell children when they grow older. You have to become a paramedic, you have to become this you have to become that they'll become themselves.

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So that love of Allah has to be instilled, so that submission will follow.

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