Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P16 159E Tafsir Ta-Ha 36-40

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of finding a partner for one's job, finding their intention straight and proper, and remembering Allah's presence. They also talk about the benefits of working for Allah and the importance of communicating with others. The segment then touches on the struggles of the mother and child with addiction and the need for forgiveness. They stress the importance of finding a way to recover from addiction and finding a way to live with it.
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And then he said, what you're only and make for me a point for me was either on a minister Minelli from my family, was it from the letter as well as a wizard? What does wizard mean?

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Well, the 00 tone Whizzer, okra, what is wizard? Burden? Wait. So it was either is someone who carries your weight for you, who carries your burden with you, who helps you and assistant helper. So what your ally was Ilan min, le Yalla. Give me a helper, give me someone who will support me. And that person should be from my family. Why from the family?

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Why from the family? Think about it. You know, for instance, if your mother is supporting you in something, or your sister or your cousin or someone close to you, a relative of yours is with you, then it gives you more comfort also, right? It's not just the help, but it's the closeness of the relationship. That is also comforting.

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Very true. You know, when you're working with your family, they can't just leave you abandon you. But if it's some stranger that you just came to know, then what will happen, they might, they might leave you, they might abandon you, they might run off with your money. You don't know you feel like you cannot trust them. But your family, there's trust, there's care, there's love. So we're John Lee was Illman li Haruna he has grown my brother was artists. And I'm doesn't think over here that Oh, but then alone will also have this great status of prophethood. I want this only for myself. Because generally what happens that when we get good things we want them only for ourselves, and especially

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our family members, and especially siblings. We don't want them coming near our stuff. But you see the work of Dean, it's difficult.

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It's a huge, it's a noble responsibility, but it's also a very huge responsibility. And remember that we cannot do this work alone. You cannot do this on your own. You need helpers. You need supporters, you need someone with you. You see recently Sena, did he not have Harada Yun to help him? He had right even though there were few. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam did he not have his companions who were close to him. He had. So anything, any work of a deed, remember that we cannot do it alone. We need helpers. We need supporters. It doesn't mean that just because we don't have supporters, we don't do it. No in federal refasten what the call and go forth and whatever condition

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you are, you have a lot or you have very little you have many supporters or you have hardly any supporters still, whatever capacity you have, go forth in the way of Allah, but also seek supporters

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also seek people who are like minded.

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Think about it if you're doing dishes

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all by yourself, and somebody says, Okay, you load the dishwasher, I'll hand wash the rest of the dishes, what happens the burden is shared,

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right? You are more productive in little time you get more work done. So one person alone, how much can they accomplish level but from one even if you become two, then what happens? Double the results? Right, you will have doubled results. So one person, they only have limited ability, they can only accomplish limited results. But when you have people with you, in your team supporting you working with you, then you can get more done. You know, like they said double your productivity, double your life. So just like that, if you have more helpers, if you have more people on the team with you, if your team is growing, then what happens you have more results. So when you're only was

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Elan, Minelli Haruna he wished to be as very well as Shrek who actually could include him give him a share of V Emery in my task, let him share my task, meaning also give him prophethood

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gayness a bit Hakka theory Why does he want a helper so that he has somebody to hang out with and so that he can talk to somebody? You know, generally when we're seeking companionship when we're seeking friends company, why is it that we want people around us because we're bored all by ourselves? We need someone to talk to someone you know to whom we can vent our feelings to. Right. But Musa salaam says actually coffee Emery y que se

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saw that new sub B hacker, we do your test be the theme of all much a lot. Because if I'm working myself and I do this beer, then there's only limited the speed that I can do, there's only limited liquid that I can do. But if I have one more person with me, then we can do a lot of the spear together gayness or behavior Kathira together, we will do your TSP, we will glorify you, when Karaca Kathira and we will remember You much together.

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Also you see when you're sitting alone, sometimes all by yourself,

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you have a few moments, and you're just sitting staring into space.

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But at other times when there's somebody sitting with you, you're free, they're free, and you see that they're moving their mouth and they're doing because then what happens? What happens? You also remember that I should make this useless time useful. Right? I should also do this. So when our core cathedra in Africa, indeed you contact you or Allah be now with us before seeing you're watching us, you're seeing us. It says though most of the time is saying, I know that you are watching me, I know that you're helping me. But I also need someone to be right by my side, someone who will help me someone who will remind me together we will work in your service in NACA crontab interval zero.

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Now, we learned something very important over here. mozarella Salam says that we are going to do your Vic, we're going to remember you Allah. So a person who is doing something for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala any kind of job, any kind of work of the deen, what is one of their job descriptions?

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What do we learn from here? What is it that they must do?

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This B and Vickers,

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this B, and vicar. Remember that when you are writing something like for example, an article for an Islamic website, for instance. Right? Or you have a blog in which you put lots of good Islamic information or even on your Facebook, you write Islamic stuff. All right, why for the purpose of Dawa, then don't forget to remember Allah also.

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Sometimes we take our job as just a job.

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You know, for instance, I'm volunteering at this Islamic event. And my job is to, you know, give these wristbands to the people who are coming, for instance. So we come in and we do our job, and we don't even remember ALLAH, even once.

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We think we say, I'm doing this for the sake of Allah. But how is it for the sake of Allah, if we're not even remembering Allah, if we're not even taking his name, if we're not even conscious of Him, if we don't even realize that he is watching us,

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you see anything that is done, and it's devoid of Allah's remembrance, then it will have no Baraka, it will have no blessing.

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This is why we have been told that whenever we do something important, begin with what begin with Bismillah begin with the mention of Allah's name. Why? So that you are blessed in that action, so that you are rewarded for that action, so that you have Allah's help when doing that action. So anything that we're doing for the cause of Allah, we're teaching we're studying, we're going somewhere We're driving to an Islamic event, we're volunteering in any capacity even if our job is to lay out the tables or lay out the sheets or wrap them up, or setup or wrap up, bring food or take the garbage out whatever work we're doing for the sake of Allah. Don't forget to remember the one

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for whom you are working. Don't forget Allah

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and you see when we will remember Allah when we are engaged in our work, then what will happen?

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What's the benefit?

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Think What's the benefit? If you remember while you're doing your Islamic work, that Allah is watching me and you are doing the call of Allah What's the benefit?

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Okay, you will get mercy special mercy help Baraka Yes.

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Your work will be done better okay? You won't be distracted okay.

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You will actually draw closer to Allah by doing that work.

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It will be a means off really Takara Bella Allah ignore him said that if you are doing something apparently for the cause of Allah, and it doesn't bring you happiness. It doesn't bring you contentment and check your intention. Because Allah is a shortcode he is appreciative and it is not possible that you're doing something for Allah and you don't find contentment because of that. If it's a burden, then check your intention. Because if you're doing it the right way while remembering

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Allah it will definitely draw you closer to Allah. What else? Yes.

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Yes, the whole time will be counted as worship of Allah. Because you are engaged in the remembrance of Allah. How about your intention? Will it have any impact on your intention?

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Think you're doing something you're conscious of Allah, you're remembering Allah, will it affect your intention? How it will make your intention more pure. So for instance, you're doing something and you feel very self conscious, or you feel like somebody's constantly criticizing your work. And you say, Alhamdulillah Allah, Allah is watching me and you remember Allah. So what happens? Your intention remains straight and proper.

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Very true. But Caroni I've got to come you remember Allah, and Allah will remember you.

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So Cain was a behavior cathedra when at Karaca Cathedral in Canta, Bina Basilar, Allah, Allah subhanaw taala said, God, in fact, ooh, DITA you have been given. So look at your request. Yeah. Musa Musa. So lecker. So seen Hamza lamb. So Al is a question. Request. So so the request that you made, you've been given that everything you asked for Oh, Musa, you have it? What it Musa Cinemascore he said a rubbish rally Saturday. So okay, your chest will be opened up for you. Were suddenly angry, okay. Your task will be facilitated for you while he looked at me Lisanti okay. You will be given fluency in speech, which are Li was Illman Ali, okay. Your brother will be a helper

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and assistant to you. He will also be given prophethood Color Coded UI to suit laka. Yeah, Musa. It seems so simple. You are struggling you have some fears. Ask Allah. Okay. Allah here, have you? No worries.

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And this is something that we need to remember. Because when we're doing something for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala, and we find it difficult. Then we talk about those difficulties. We worry about those difficulties, and we don't ask Allah for help. What do we learn from the example of masala Sana whatever he feared, he asked, he turned to Allah and what happened, everything he wanted, Allah gave him Allah gave him because what is difficult for Allah to give? What is difficult for him to give nothing but ot the salah KR Musa.

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What occurred, Allah reminds him, and certainly, my Nana, We conferred favor from the word mon meme noon, noon man is a huge favor. We already bestowed a huge favor, or Laker upon you or Musa marathon or time okra, another. This is not the first time we are fulfilling your requests. This is not the first time we're giving you favors. No, almost no, we've given you many more favors before. This time we're giving you when you asked us before we gave you when you didn't even ask us.

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And Allah subhanaw taala reminds him of his childhood.

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If when Oh Hayner we revealed We inspired Illa omic to your mother, may you have that which is revealed? That which is revealed from the word well have Yeah. Why?

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What does he mean?

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It's a question. What is what he

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What he has given to who? Prophets. So does this mean that the mother of Musa was a prophet? No. She was not why? Because the word ye means Revelation, but it doesn't always mean revelation.

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Because if that was the case, then every honeybee would also be a prophet. And we know that that is not the case. Right? Because what Oh, *, Rob Booker, Ilana, the same word is used over there. What does what he literally means to communicate how secretly in a subtle way,

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you know, for instance, you're sitting in a group of people, and you think about something. And your friend also, no, you think that she thought of the same thing and you look at her and she moves her eyebrows and you move your eyebrows and you just communicated something? Right, and the rest of the people have absolutely no idea. You didn't use any words, no actions, nothing. Just looking at each other was enough and communication done. Right. So why are you over here? What does it mean that Allah subhanaw taala inspired in the heart

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of the mother musante Sonam he put that thought in her heart, he put that idea that strong feeling in her heart that I must do this I have to do this. This is my only way out is a hyena Isla omega you

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because remember that Musala center when he was born that was a time when fit our own head decreed that all the boys of the Bani Israel be killed the baby boys, right? So Musa alayhis salam was supposed to be killed.

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So in the Quran, we learn that Musa Allison's mother was told Anil Leary, He nursed him, meaning the baby is born nurse him as long as possible. And when you're afraid for his life, then put him in a box or in a basket in a tablet, and put that in the river. And that box will end up in the house of Pharaoh. Now, Mossad is Adam's mother, imagine she has her baby, and she doesn't know what to do about her baby. She knows that she's got only a few minutes left or a few days left. Anytime the men of her own will come and take the baby away, they will kill him. So she wants to do something to save her baby. And Allah subhanaw taala puts this thought in her heart that this is how you're going

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to save the baby. Just put the baby in this basket and put the basket in the river. That's strong feeling I have to do this. I have to do this. So she did it.

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And Masada Sudan was saved and many times Allah subhanaw taala guide to serve and saves his servants like this you know perhaps you have experiences in your life that there are moments when you don't know what to do and you just have this strong feeling in your heart just do this and you do it and then later on you realize that was the best decision you made in your life that was the best thing you did so it's a hyena Illa Omega may you have

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and you could if he he and that if he put him but who was our listener from off then have to throw over here doesn't mean throw meaning put put him fit that boot in the chest. What is that both a box a case? A Casket or like a coffin or something? fit that boot fugly fee and then cast that it meaning that basket that box where phillium me in the river, which river is this Nile? Alright the open river for young people Jambo than the young the river, it will throw it meaning that box, that basket or casket whatever it was bissa hill at the shore Sahin Sinhala bank short and when it will reach the shore he heard who he will take him who are the wool li an enemy to me. Why are the Willa

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and an enemy to him due to Musa realism and those that enemy federal, Allah calls fit our own my enemy and the enemy of Musa he will pick that up and like this Musar listen and will survive will lie to an iPad Allah subhanaw taala tells mozarella Sinha I'll pay to iPad or Laker on you my hot button special love money from me

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while he does narrow and so that you are produced you are brought up I any under my eye.

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This is mentioned in a very brief way and there is a lot of detail to this. We learned that

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intro to causes. This incident is mentioned in greater detail. That how most artists Adam's mother when she put him in the basket or in that box that booth it ended up in the house of federal right through the river. Okay, the river brought it were at the house of federal and when they picked up that box and they saw inside was a baby. What happened? They instantly recognize that that baby was from the Bani Israel

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and fit her own obviously what was his command that the boy should be killed? He should be assassinated. But what happened? The wife of Iran also saw the baby. And when she saw the baby in through the apostles ini and we learned what color timbral outfit our own. The wife of Iran said camera Dr. Lee Wallach let Dr. Lu she said what a comfort of the eye this baby is for me and for you. Look at him. He's so cute. Let absolute don't kill him. Don't kill him. He's an innocent baby. I find so much comfort just looking at this baby. And don't you find comfort looking at this baby? Doesn't he bring you happiness?

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It isn't that the wife of Iran had no children of her own. She had no child of her own, not even one

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and as a woman, and being married, she wanted to have children but she didn't. And when she saw this baby and abandoned child alone all by himself, she said, who knows, you know, we can just adopt this baby as our own child and fit our own. He felt bad for his wife. So he said, Okay, fine. Can you imagine the heart of Iran even melted? Why? Because of his wife, women have a very, you know, strong tool that Allah subhanaw taala has given them. Even a man as fit our own can be convinced by his wife,

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sisters, married women, I'm talking to you, that hamdulillah your husband does not fit our own. He's not even close to being like fit our own.

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Use your strength of being a woman. Use that in your favor. You can really change the heart of your husband, you can really have an impact on him.

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If you know how to behave like a woman.

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And if you don't know then learn because this is your strength. This is the tool that Allah Subhana Allah has given you and if you don't use it properly, you suffer.

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So anyway, fit our own is stretched and he's like, Okay, fine. He spares the life of this child.

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Allahu Allah. Allahu Arnhem, but it is quite possible. Because we don't know if it was the same fit our own. Who was the king when Musa listened and returned? Right? Because that was many years down the road. Allah who are no, it's possible, it's also not possible. So Musa al Salaam is reminded over here, who saved you at that time? Did you ask me to save you? Who saved you from federal? Who put that thought in your mother's heart?

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To make this plan and to put you in the basket? Where did all of this come from? Who decided that you should be saved? Did you adopt any plan to save yourself? You were a helpless a defenseless baby in the home of your enemy. And I save you there and I will save you now also, I protected you before I will protect you now.

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And look at how Allah subhanaw taala protected him were tied to our alayka Mahabharata Mini. This is very beautiful. The MUFA saloon have said different things about this. So for instance, Katana, he said that Musa listen and there was something special about his looks about his eyes about his face as a baby. Right that whoever saw him fall in love with him. Whoever saw that baby was attracted towards that baby.

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You know, for instance, some babies their face. I mean, cute. Nice. Every baby is cute. But then there are some other babies. I mean, there's something about their eyes, you're drawn towards them, you're pulled towards them, you can resist. Even if you see that child outside somewhere in the mall, the baby of a complete stranger, but what happens you can resist it and you waive or you smile at that child or you go closer and you try to have a conversation. So Musar listening was just even better than that. Well, I do I like him or her better Mindy. I put love on you from me. So that people loved you. Other movers you don't have said that. This means we're ally to our Laker

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Mahabharata money that I bestowed my special love on you. I loved you even when you were a child. So I love you now as well.

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Why are you afraid?

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You think I will abandon you? You think I have not equipped you will allow you to Aleykum have better meaning. When he does now I need to snap from solid no nine sooner to produce to craft to construct something skillfully. You know, for instance, something is made in a factory. Right so while it does snarl I love it. You are produced under my eye.

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You were nurtured. You grew up under my protection. Because think about it most artists and when he was put in the basket in the river, you think he could have drowned? Was it possible? Very much possible.

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Think about it. You put a baby in a box in the river. What are the chances that that baby will survive?

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Seriously. And then that basket that baby ends up in the house of the greatest tyrant in the world who's a baby killer?

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Literally a baby killer and the baby ends up in his house. What are the chances that that baby will survive?

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What he does snarler it and then mozarella Salam grew up in the house of our own under Allah's protection

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So that frown cannot harm him.

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Nobody could hurt him. He grew up as a prince, while he does narrow learning. And you see, if he was in the house of his family, within the Bani Israel, then he would grow up as a slave. Sooner or later he will be discovered and he would be killed or even if his life was spared, he will grow up as a slave doing slave labor. Just like use of our lesson, um, he was pulled out on his family house, and he grew up in the house of Aziz.

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What happened? There was a lot of learning for use of our listeners in that, but who protected him. Allah subhanaw taala. Likewise Musa listen and growing up in the house of our own Allah kept him safe.

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Yes, this is so true that if Allah wishes to keep you safe, you will be safe even in the hands of your enemy, even in the hands of Allah's enemy.

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam was comforted over here because he was in Makkah alone. His own people had turned against him. His own tribe had turned against him. So he's comforted. That doesn't matter if you don't have people support and protection. If Allah is protecting you, nobody can harm you. Nobody can hurt you. Even your greatest enemy. When you're so close to that enemy, still that enemy cannot hurt you. If Allah protects you, the greatest protection is Allah's protection is them she took when your sister was walking for the Kulu so she said hello, do locum should I tell you? I am a UK full about those who will look after him. Again this is mentioned in greater detail into the

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causes. We learned that when Musa al Islam is mother when she put Musa Islam in the basket and put him in the river. What else behalf of Musa Fatiha the heart of the mother of most artists and I became empty meaning of everything else. She was only concerned about Musar listen, I'm just imagine a mother putting her baby in a basket in the river. Can you imagine her fears? So she was feeling like that and she said to her daughter we'll call it the ote to the sister of mozzarella Sana we'll see he follow him follow the basket see where it goes for bustled at B and watch it and gentlemen from the side well whom layers are one so that people don't find out that you are watching because

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then they will suspect that you have put this in the river and then they will make that connection. So watch from the sides that nobody sees you. And what happened she saw that the double ended up in the house of Iran and this is what's going on and then what happened finally when Fidel decided that okay, we will keep the baby now the baby has to be nursed there was no formula at that time. No milk bottles so the baby had to be nursed so what happened all the wet nurses were called any woman who could nurse was called but what happened was our salon refused to take milk from any woman. Can you imagine a hungry baby

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a hungry baby who wants his mother's milk

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you know at that time you want any solution? Any solution just give me anything I can put in this baby's match that his baby will stop crying

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so when the people have found they were in this you know chaos what to do with this baby. The Queen wants the baby and this baby is crying away one drink from any woman. So what happened the sister Masada Sam came and said hello do locum should I tell you should I lead you? Allah? About maniac follow someone who can look after him? Yep, follow from Kapha Allah give Allah Kafeel is someone who's a guardian to another. Remember Zachary are they Cena fella. He was the Kafeel of Meriam guardian. So she said I can tell you what someone who will take care of this baby.

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Now they're very nice people very nice lady. You never know. This baby might drink from her. My yoke follow. So they wanted any solution that said okay, even and is really woman fine. Bring her anybody. So what happened when she was brought? And she nursed mozarella Salam wa salatu salam, obviously, he was back with his mother. He didn't refuse her follow Dr. NACA Illa omic. So we returned you to your mother. Why Keita Kamala Are you knew her Okay, so that the camera is comforted. Quran when something is comforted the cover I know her Her eyes are comforted. How by looking at you. Her worries are gone. Her fears are gone while at the horizon and also she would not

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have any grief over being separated from you. You know, these words are so beautiful. Allah knows what a mother is going through when her child is separated from her.

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Even if that child is separated from her for a few hours for

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A few moments, the anxiety that the mother is feeling. People will laugh at her.

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Literally people laugh at her. You're crazy. You've forgotten about everything. You're only concerned about your baby. You know you have other people in your life as well.

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But Allah subhanaw taala knows Katanga I knew her. Well that doesn't work at Delta enough sense. So what happened was hourly Salam, he spent the beginning years of his life with his mother without frown and his people knowing that she was his mother, Waka delta and Epson. And you killed a person who said listen, I'm grew up in the house of Iran. And then eventually what happened? We learned this into castles also that once we started salaam, he was out in the marketplace in the middle of the day when people were resting and it was all quiet and he saw two people fighting one person from the Bani Israel and another person from the Egyptians. And when he saw them fighting the Bani Israel

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it he asked Musa listen and for help so Musa listen I'm helped him and in offering his help he punched the Egyptian man and that one punch was enough to kill him. Accidental murder

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he killed that man by accident. So what happened the following day similar thing happened where that same is really man was now fighting with somebody else again he asked me sorry, listen, I'm to help him. But somebody came running and said to Musa run Go away from here. People have their own they figured out that you are the one who killed someone yesterday, so go save your life will starless left Egypt immediately. He ran out and he ended up in Medan

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Walker Delta Nuff said you killed a person fun Audrina coming along, we saved you from worry from grief. We saved you we delivered you from that grief. You see when you made a mistake, even if it was accidental. It weighs heavy on your heart. It weighs heavy on your heart. You live with that guilt. And this is the reason why we have been shown the way to Toba

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we have been shown the way to is to seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. So for net j now coming along, we saved you from that lamb from that distress from that worry. Because Allah subhanaw taala forgave him. And you know when you replace evil with good when you do Toba when you do is still followed, then your heart is at peace. Then you are you know satisfied. The lung has also been interpreted as revenge from federal for that accidental murder, meaning some kind of punishment or retaliation. Because when you're punished for a mistake that you've made, even though you deserve that punishment, it hurts you.

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Right, so fun of Jane Eyre coming along we saved you So you weren't taking revenge from wolf at Anelka. Futo tuna and it doesn't stop there, Musa for 10 NACA. We tested you, we put you to trial, how much Fotona a lot of trials.

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We tested you with one test after another one trial after another. You want this word fitna that is used for trial what does it mean that truly, to burn gold, heat it up, expose it to intense heat? Why? To purify it, to cleanse it and to mold it? Because unless gold is put through this process, it doesn't look beautiful. It doesn't have you seen an old piece of jewelry?

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Have you ever seen it? Would you wear it? No. What if your mother says it's it weighs this much gold and it cost this much money? Like sorry, Mom, I'm not wearing this.

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When will you wear it? When is it worth wearing? When it is clean, when when it is purified when it is in a good condition.

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And for that? If you want to reshape it into something else, if you want to clean it, it has to be put through a purification process and what is that intense heat? This is fitna

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Allah subhanaw taala makes us go through difficulty upon difficulty, not aimlessly, not in vain. There is a purpose. What is that purpose, purify us and improve us and prepare us with a NACA Fotona. Fella Mr. Then you stayed see Nina for many years fi le Meridian amongst the people of Meridian so much better than you came. Are there in at the decreed time. Yeah Musa almost. You stayed in Mother

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And for many years 10 years, and then you decided to leave Meridian and as you were going through this desert you spotted the fire on the mountain and then you came to the mountain

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and this happened I love God according to decree at the right time at the right place according to a laws plan almost everything that has happened in your life did not happen accidentally.

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It happened for a reason you were being prepared to come here to receive prophethood at this time at this place, everything that happened happened for a reason.

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Let's listen to the recitation of these ayat

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Attica Hadith we'll move

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forward new home goes to in the last two now

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there are knee deep

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the hoodie for

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me I know book as of lately

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I've been wired in more deceitful way with

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the black efforts than ever

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in nanny see and Allahu La

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Isla is

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good anyway our theme is for the attorney the theory in

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tone occurred or fee had in two days a Kelowna sin be matters

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you mean will be

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moves on or he

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she will be one me were the feet

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musi okay have either he or her year to

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tell us

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all how on top of salary do Hirsi

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Ali? What mommy adakah Isla Jana he gets us all I mean what it is you in

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the Nordea coming

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Is had a laugh is our

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level falling on our Be sure honey you saw the way a city me many

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many for Holy Cow holy water I

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mean honestly. How old? He was when he as he were actually cozy see am Mary Jane Piraka Cassie

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one of Paul Walker Caffee

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o t just like a see what

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you come up with no funny is I will hire

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you your hair and he bowtie fell for the fee he

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fell European in

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this area who had to leave the room

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well I'll call you to Ireland You

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mean me? Why do you to snap

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it turns me off took us

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Let's have

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a look

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at voodoo flower

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Well, turnips,

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Janina Gina Kameena

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CAFO tuna Velebit Tessie Nina FBI athlete

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magic for the year who say

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