Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P19 191B Tafsir Al-Shuara 69-87

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "na" in various titles, including actions or events, and the history of religion. They emphasize the importance of faith and learning language, as well as the need for privacy and privacy for others. The speakers also touch on the use of "will" in Jana's culture and the importance of forgiveness and disclaiming one's mistake.
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Are other bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah Al Rahman Al Rahim.

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ayah number 69. What do I lay him and recite upon them? Naga Ibrahim the news of Ibrahim alayhis salam, what Lu from tilava Meaning all prophets on Allahu alayhi wa sallam recite to your people. The story the news of Ibrahim Ernie As Salam clarify the story of Ibrahim alayhis salaam, to your people so that they know who Ibrahim alayhis salam really was. Notice the word no, but it hasn't been set beside the story of Ibrahim brother Nebat news of Ibrahim, because never from the root letters known by Hamza number is used for important news, which must be informed off meaning such information such news that a person must not conceal, that a person must not keep to himself, he

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must inform others about it. And likewise, Nova is also used for such news, for which the listeners must be silent for meaning when it is being narrated. When a person is being informed of this and other people must listen silently, attentively. Why, so that they can take a lesson from it. Because when we are being informed of something, and we are talking at the same time, can we listen? No. And if we haven't listened properly, have we understood? No, if we haven't understood, can we benefit from that important information? No, not at all. So it is necessary that for another people must be silent, and they must listen to it attentively. And remember that Nova is not used for just any

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information, just any news, which people don't care about. So the information, the news of Ibrahim or his Salam is very important, very relevant for us. And this is why Allah subhanaw taala is telling his messenger that you must recite and clarify the news of Ibrahim on his salaam to your people. Now before the story of the Brahim or the Sunnah in the previous IR, we learned about who Prophet Musa Alia Sinha if you think about it, who came first Musa Alison Amaru Ibrahim alayhi salam, Ibrahim escena. In the following verses also we will see that the stories of the prophets are not mentioned chronologically. Why? Because the Quran is not just a book of facts, it is not just a

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book of information. Rather, it is a book of ayat of lessons above. And this is the reason why, at the end of every story we learned in the field Alika le Aya indeed and this is surely a sign. So when we study this particular story, we bohemian Islam that is mentioned over here. Let's just not look at it as Yeah, okay, I know this fact about the story. I know this about Abraham and I know we have to focus on the lessons. So what do I lay him never Ibrahim. If Allah when he said Lee Irby, he will call me he. Ibrahim alayhis salam said to his father, and his people. What did he say to them? Matt Boone, what do you worship? Meaning what is it that you are worshiping? Now Ibrahim, I saw his

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father worshipping idols, he saw his people worshipping idols, wasn't it obvious to Ibrahim Anissa? Then why is he asking his father and his people? What is it that you worship? What's the purpose of this question? To make them think about what they're doing? And notice over here, he begins with who? His father first he asked his father then he asked his people, why father first li OB he will call me why did he speak to his father first,

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family first and then your greater circle? So it must begin at home? Whatever good it is a person must begin at home.

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I know they said Nabu do we worship us namun idols OS now Amplo off Sonam they said we worship idols fanola Lu, so we remain Nava Lu from lil will literally use shadow. But remember that the word wala the verb Lulla it means to continue to do something to remain in a particular state engaged in a certain action and not move from it to something else. So for Nevada law, we remain law for it meaning for the idols are caffeine ones devoted our caffeine ploy of RKf from Rykov era decaf also from the same route. What is your take off when you stay in the masjid in the last 10 Days and nights of Ramadan you do not leave the Masjid. You remain there. Why? To worship? So we remain

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Even in worship of these idols constantly, meaning day and night. In other words, they're saying that these idols are the center of our lives. These idols, our life basically revolves around them.

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Now, the question of Ibrahim alayhis salam was not because he had no idea what the people were doing.

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He asked them to make them think. But it seems as though the people didn't quite understand the purpose of his question. They just said, we worship idols, and we remain devoted to them. So Ibrahima s&m. He makes his questions more clear. He says, Paula. He said, * yes. Morona comb, do they hear you is that Arun is when the owner you supplicate from the word dua. His question was not what's the object of your worship? His question was that are these beings really worthy off or bad? Are these beings really worthy of worship? When they didn't understand the purpose of the question, Ibrahima is and I'm asking them more questions to make them think. He asks, do these idols hear you

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when you supplicate when you call upon them? What did you learn from the way of Ibrahima? Listen, I'm over here, the way he's asking questions. What do we understand that sometimes something might be very obvious to you. If the other person doesn't get it, what should you do? Simplify it for them. Simplify it for them, break it down for them further, so that they can understand. So harmless my own outcome is that their own or yen for owner can do their benefit you? Meaning when you do worship them? Do the benefit you owe? Or yield the rune they harm? Meaning if you leave them if you do not worship them? Do they harm you?

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The fact is that this power is with Allah subhanaw taala alone, which power that when we ask, he hears, and he is the one who can benefit, and he is the one who can harm and he is the one who can protect us from harm also.

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This is why after every Salah What do we say Allahumma lemania Lima operator, Oh Allah, no one can prevent that which you give Well, our Maratea lien Aminata. And no one can give that which you prevent, follow. They said, bail rather, whichever now we found about an hour our fathers, our forefathers could barely pay off our loan. Thus they would do meaning. The reason why we worship idols, is simply because we found our forefathers doing this. So what was their justification for worshipping idols?

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What was their evidence? What was the justification that we found? Our forefathers doing this? And so we trust our forefathers? What would you call this kind of faith? Blind faith,

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isn't it? And many times we see that people, they are doing things blindly, trusting who either their science textbook or their professors, or some researcher, as if their God, as if what they have said is the reality without even thinking about it logically analyzing it. Because if they truly use their mind and logically analyzed it, it doesn't make sense. You know, recently I was watching this documentary, I wish I had it right now, I would have shown it to you. It's lost somewhere in my phone. It's a very small clip, actually. And in that, basically, this person is going around this university campus and asking people, Do you believe in evolution? All right. And

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everybody's like, yes, yes. Yes, yes. All right. Do you believe in it? Are you a believer in it? Yes. Yes, yes. And then he asked him a couple of questions, which leaves them confused. And all those questions basically left the people speechless. They couldn't come up with examples to prove the particular side of evolution that was being discussed. And then he asked them isn't that blind faith? And they're like, Yeah, but we trust I trust my science book, I trust the textbook I trust. My professor is like, this is blind faith. And these are the same people looking down on people who believe in religion, right, that you have blind faith. So really, we need to think about it. So we

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see below here is Sam, he said to his people, what are you doing and what was their response? This is what we found our forefathers doing. This is the only reason behind our idol worship, Intro to Zoho fire 23. Also we learn in our Jelena Alba now Allah Martin, what Inala 30 hem Mahkota dune we found our forefathers on a particular religion, and we are just following their footsteps. I mean,

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This shows to us that before we do anything, before we practice anything, we need to find out what the basis of that is. Where did it start? Where did it come from? In the Quran, when you look, there's proofs of the authenticity of the Quran, there's proofs of the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I mean, you have to put your trust in something. And there's so many arguments to prove that really, you have to believe in things that you don't even see. Like, for example, you haven't seen your own birth, for example, you haven't seen your own childhood when you were a baby. I mean, you don't remember anything of that you trust what your parents tell you. So

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likewise, when it comes to religion, yes, you logically analyze it also. And you look at the Quran, you look at the teachings of the Prophet salallahu Salam, and you see them does it make sense? Is it logical? You see over here, Ibrahim on assignments, not criticizing the fact that they follow their forefathers only. He is asking them what kind of worship are you doing? Do these beings hear you? Can they harm you? Can they benefit? You know, they cannot. We learned about the story of Musa Lisanna how far down he claimed to be God and the arguments of Musa listened and presented the definition of God that He gave clearly refuted the divinity of Pharaoh. Correct. So our religion is

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not about blind faith. Remember, it's not about blind faith. Allah subhanaw taala is Al Hakim, isn't it we believe that He is Allah Aleem. We believe that this religion is a religion off of justice, justice is very important. So when you analyze the different components of this religion, you will find it to be hoc. So anyway, they said, Well, we're just gonna Anelka Delica EF alone, this is what they used to do. And so we are also following them. The many times in our, in our customs and traditions, also, we do many things blindly, without even thinking, you know, just in imitation of other people, like, for example, the way a wedding has to be celebrated the way a particular party

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has to be done, the way we dress up, just because everybody's doing it, or just because our parents said, This is how it's to be done. We do it the same way. But we need to see the criteria is not the traditions of our family, the criteria is what it's deemed, its religion. You know, for example, it could be cultural clothing, for example. But if our cultural clothing is such that it's revealing, basically a person is, you know, just a small lift of an arm and that's it, the whole stomach is being revealed. You could say that this is part of my culture, but Islamically Is that correct? Would that be correct that a woman dresses up like that and goes to a wedding party and she's

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sitting there and as she's eating, her stomach is being exposed, her back is being exposed? You could say it's a part of your heritage, your culture, you got it from back home. This is authentic, original material, whatever you call it, but if it contradicts the etiquette, which our deen gives, and that is where we have to prefer the deen over the practice of our people. So Ibrahim alayhis salam now he says Father, he said for a tomb, then have you seen Have you considered malcontent? Darboux Dune, what you have been worshipping? ConnectOne Tabuteau. You see contoh since a long time, always, what is it that you've been worshipping? I'm telling you, what are your father's up to the

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moon, the Ancient Ones up to the moon flying off to them, UK them from off the main UK down is that which is most ahead.

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So in other words, the earliest forefathers of yours, the most ancient ones even even if they used to worship idols 100 years ago, 200 years ago, 1000 years ago until today, you're doing that that doesn't make it right. That doesn't make it right. So Ibrahim Anderson is encouraging them use your own mind also. Why are you following your forefathers without using your own mind without reason? For in the home? He said Indeed there indeed what these idols that you have been worshipping your forefathers have been worshipping. They are or do worldly, an enemy to me in the except Rob below the mean Lord of the Worlds, meaning Allah, the Lord of the words, he's not an enemy to me. But all

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of these gods so called Gods that you've been worshiping. I declare them as my enemy. Why is he calling idols his enemy? And do we ever think of idols like that?

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Like, for example, you see an idol somewhere. What is it that we generally appreciate? Its size, the way it's been made, the material that it's been made from

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And we are very impressed by the fact that it's so old. It's so ancient. Ibrahim on Instagram says all these idols are my enemy.

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Why? Why are they his enemy? Why does He consider them to be enemies?

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I don't, what do they symbolize schicke associate associating partners with Allah subhanaw taala. And basically, idols they are a means of turning people away from Allah. You see, Allah's Huck is that he should be worshipped, it is only his right. Now when that right is given to somebody else, something else, whatever whoever it may be, that object that person that Bing is basically competing with who, with Allah subhanho wa taala. It is being placed next to Allah, it is being given what Allah alone is deserving off. And is that fair? Not at all. Think about it. If there's something that you feel you deserve, somebody else also takes it. Do you take them as a friend?

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Do you take them as a friend? Not at all? Let me give you an example. Perhaps this will be easier for you to understand if there's a woman and her husband marries another woman.

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So now he has two wives. The first wife, what is she going to do to the second wife? Ellen was

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my best friend. Is that what she's gonna say?

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I don't even want to know her name. Is an enemy. Enemy ye competitor. Correct. Now, Ibrahim is an M true servant of Allah subhanahu tharla. Someone who loved Allah. Yes, he could not tolerate that Allah's right should be given to somebody else. So anyone who was given the right of Allah Ibrahim earnest took that as an enemy.

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And remember, that ship basically is what it is diverting people from Allah. Anything that is worship besides Allah, is stopping people from who from Allah subhanho wa taala. Come to me, don't go to Allah. Rival competitor. So this teaches us that anything that prevents us from worshiping Allah alone, from loving Allah, from being his servants, than what is that thing person, whatever it may be, what is it to us in reality, it is an enemy, because it is stopping us from Allah subhanho wa taala. So he says for in the home I do one li in love bill. I'll Amin and also over here by declaring all of these idols as enemy Ibrahim alayhis salam is challenging them, that if they are

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able to harm me, let them do so. I declare them as enemy if they can harm me. Let them harm me. Let's see what happens. Then he defines who God really is. Who is Allah. And this is a beautiful introduction to Allah paneled art if you ever want to tell somebody who Allah is these are the ayat that you use. So what does Brahim listen and say he says Allah the he is the one who wrote the Allah mean Lord of the words is the one who color Kenny He created me

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I was nothing I did not exist He created me he brought me into existence for Hawaii Dini for her so he yeah Houdini He guides me you see neat yeah the ne ne indicates me. So, He is the One who created me from nothing and he is the one who guides me because who provides the instructions for the correct operation of a particular product who the maker the manufacturers. So he is the one who guides me in total either I a two to three we learned a lot the HELOC officer Well, one lady

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for her that he created and he also guided so Taha, I have 50 We learned a lot gonna love the outdoor color Shane Kolko summer. Heather. Our Lord is the one who created everything and he also guided so Allah is who the creator and also the guide, one Levy and the one who who he used to earn money, he feeds me from Tom, he gives me food to eat, where spinny and he gives me drink, meaning he gives me stuff that I can drink or he has given me the ability to drink Yes, skini and again, yes Thi and neat, neat, meaning me and ESP, meaning he gives water he gets to drink.

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Meaning my Razzak my provider is Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And this is something that we really need to think about because generally we think that I buy my own food

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I make the money and I go buy groceries, you know, I feed my family or my father feeds the family. My husband feeds the family. But who's the one who has provided us with food that we can actually eat, that we can actually consume? Who is it that has made all of this?

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Recently, there was this news about how people who are in space right now in some space shuttle and know exactly where, but they grew their own food, they grew their own lettuce in that aircraft, whatever that thing is. And it was a big, big milestone, because now this means that they can go for longer trips in space and eat fresh food. They grew their own lettuce. And it was an all over the news. So I mean, it is something amazing, because you can't find food everywhere, can you? And even if you try to grow something, is it necessary that it will grow? No way. And even if you have food in front of you, is it necessary that you will be able to eat it? No, it's not necessary. Because

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it's quite possible that you're about to eat something and somebody else comes and takes it away from your hand and they it you're about to eat it and it falls. Has it ever happened that you're trying to scoop up ice cream in your mouth and before it reaches your mouth, it falls to the ground? How do you pick that ice cream up from the floor? You can't go? So here's the one will yield the money while you're spinning. And then having the ability to eat and drink the food that is available to us being in that, you know state of health that you can actually eat food? Because it's possible that because of a person's blood pressure issues or diabetes or something like that food is

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available, but they cannot eat it. In pregnancy. What happens to women? Would you like to eat this? No, this No. This No. Yeah, I want that. And the moment it's given to her. I don't want it. I don't even want to look at it. Alright, so he is the one who gives me to eat and also to drink. What either muddle through and when I am ill I fall ill notice muddled to not when he makes me sick, rather I become sick. Earlier what was said, He created me, He guides me, he feeds me, he gives me to drink. And now when I fall ill why I fall ill and not he makes me sick. Do we ever get sick without Allah's permission? Never. But why is he blaming himself for his sickness?

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That for Allah Alright, this is other respect for Allah subhanaw taala. Because shall evil is not attributed to him. Meaning even though evil can only happen by Allah's permission, but we don't attribute evil to him in our speech.

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This is why, you know, there's a very common list of the names of Allah subhanaw taala. And in that list is also a bar.

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The one who harms that is first of all, not from the Quran and Sunnah. Not at all. You don't find any Hadith in which the name of God is mentioned. Right? It's not mentioned in the Quran either. It is true harm can only happen by Allah's Will his decree, but we don't attribute that to him. Why? Because this is disrespect. All right. And remember that Allah does not like to inflict harm on his servants. He does not. Who is he a Rockman of Rahim in the Surah over and over, we're learning He is Allah Aziz and Rahim. And if you think about it, when we do fall ill who is to blame? ourselves? It's our fault. Like, for example, if you're done with a heat rash, whose fault was it, your fault?

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Why were you out in the sun for so long? without any protection? Why did you do that? If you had to be outside in the sun, you should have been wearing a hat, you should have been wearing sunscreen, making sure that you're drinking water staying cool. And if you do end up with a heat rash and a headache, whose fault is it?

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Your fault, don't blame Allah for that. Right? Likewise, if you have stomach issues, whose fault is that? Your fault Why are you eating garbage food anyway? Right. So why either Maria to when I do fall ill because of my own fault for who is Feeny. Then he is the one who gives me Shiva. He is the one who cures me. Meaning Allah is a Shafi the one who cures in so many drops of Shiva. What do we read that under Shafi, Oh Allah, you are a Shafi the one who gives cure Allah Shafia Illa. Anta there is no one who can give cure, except for you. There is a Hadith in which we learn this hadith isn't a Buddha would that once a person came to the Prophet sallallahu

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Salam and he said, Show me what is on your back for I am Bobby. I am Roger and Bobby, I am a doctor basically. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam said Allah Who Bobby?

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Allah is the One who is Bobby, meaning who cures people. Bill Enta Rajaram Rafi, you are in a field, who is Rafiq one who was very kind, when was very good to someone who's helpful, meaning you're just trying to help me get better. That's all you can do. You can only help me get better. You can't cure me.

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The one who really gives cure is who? Allah subhanaw taala the Prophet sallallahu sallam said todibo her lady Hanako her the one who will cure it is the one who created it, meaning the One who created this disease, he is the one who can remove it. You cannot.

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Now does this mean that we cannot call doctors doctors? No, we can call them doctors, but not with this belief that I have to go to the doctor so I can get better. No, I have to go to the doctor so that he can help me figure out what's going on and help me get better. But the actual giving of cure is Allah subhanaw taala I should have the low iron has said that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fell ill, I will put my hand on his chest. And I would say

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and he will bet solid bananas on top of evil will enter Shafi that take away the bats the harm or Lord of the people. You are a Labib and you are a Shafi meaning you are the one who can cure you are the one who can take this illness away. So what either Modesto for Hawaii Ashvini when many and the one who you meet Tony, he will cause me to die, some mejor Heaney and then he will bring me to life. Notice the word Thumma over here. So now as opposed to FAT, FAT means I told you yesterday what this firming.

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So as in immediately,

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because you see fun is shorter than summer. So find means right then and there immediately what happened next was such and such similar also means then, but remember that Soma gives a meaning off the rocky also a delay a gap, meaning he will cause me to die. And then eventually, whenever he wants, when the Day of Judgment will happen, your healing he will bring me back to life. One Levy and the one who are tomorrow. I aspire from pharma thought me mine to desperately desire something to yearn for something. So I yearn that alle family that he will forgive for me hopefully at my sins Yoma Dean on the Day of Recompense, I hope that he will forgive me my sins on the Day of Judgment.

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The fact is that only Allah can forgive sins who are male Pharaoh dooba in Allah. And Ibrahim is Salam. What is his desire, that Allah will forgive him on the day of judgment?

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Because if a person is not forgiven on that day, then he is doomed.

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He is doomed.

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So I want that Alicia, forgive me on the day of judgment.

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Now this is the Lord of the worlds that Ibrahim and his son and believed in, and on the contrary, the entire nation was blindly worshipping idols that were lifeless, that did nothing, neither harmed nor benefited. So with this definition of God, Ibrahim escena is basically challenging his people. This is what my Lord does. What does your god do?

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What do your idols do?

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So why are you devoted to those idols? Why don't you also believe in Allah your Creator? Now some doors of Ibrahim on Islam are mentioned about be Oh, my Lord heavily grant me you give me hook man wisdom will help me and join me the salah Hain with the righteous or Allah. Oh my lord, you gift her come to me. The word have is from hubba hubba while hubba is the root and Heba is a gift.

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Now, when you are giving a gift to somebody, what kind of a gift do you like to give?

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Something that is useful? Okay. Yeah, many times when you have to give a gift to somebody who has, like, for example, your friend or your sibling, it's easier, but when you have to give a gift to your parents. Is it easy? No, because you know that whatever you get for them, they can buy something much better than that, isn't it?

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Not that they need it.

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So this is why we find it so difficult to buy gifts for people that can afford everything or people that have everything they need.

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So then what are you looking for? Something that they need that will be useful for them, which they cannot get themselves. And many times it's not something tangible, it's something intangible, right. Like, for example, I know of somebody who gave a gift to someone of this was a long time ago, have an iPod with the whole Quran recitation in it.

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This person whom they gave this gift to, they could afford 10s of hundreds of iPods themselves, right? They didn't give just an iPod, they gave an iPod that was filled with Quran recitation, you understand. So it was something useful for them valuable for them. This is

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something that a person cannot acquire himself. They need that it should be gifted to them.

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They cannot buy it, they cannot find it, they cannot get their hands on it. They need someone to give it to them. Know, Like, for example, you find out that your sister has been looking for a particular pen.

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And it's a $2 pen, for example, she's been going to every store possible, she hasn't found it. You happen to be at the dollar store one day and you find that exact same pen, aren't you gonna buy it for her? Isn't she going to be happy? Why is she happy? Because it costs only $2? Because it's very expensive and pricey. No way. Why is she happy because that is what she needed. She couldn't get her hands on it. And you fulfilled her need. You gave her exactly what she wanted. So if I hear this, anyone who's saying, Oh Allah, you guessed me her come, meaning I cannot get hooked on myself.

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I cannot acquire it myself. I need you to give it to me.

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This is heavily hookman. Now the question is what is hokum? It's generally translated as judgment or wisdom in the context of Prophets. It's understood as prophethood over here, rather the definition of hokum is well hokum is that you learn good, you learn what is good, and then you also act upon it. So it's knowledge and the ability to implement that knowledge. Don't we all desperately need this farmer Allah? Because can we make ourselves learn something? No, we can try. But what happens many times we're trying, trying, trying, but still we cannot learn it as if we have read a particular paragraph like 50 times. And still when we're asked to recall the basic information in

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it, we cannot produce it, we cannot say it. Why is it so difficult to write your translation tests? Why is it that you haven't studied, of course you've studied but what happens? You cannot recall that information.

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only comes when Allah gives it to a person

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when Allah facilitates it for an individual, have you seen that video of this teenager who knows more than 20 languages

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literally more than 20 languages, it was quite amusing actually speaking Arabic and then Mandarin and then Urdu

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and put the proper accent, proper X and Russian, French, Hebrew English. Basically, this kid has learned all of these languages through YouTube, or through different apps or things like that available on the internet. self taught basically now I was thinking so many people try to learn languages don't you get this app fancy app you pay so much money for it you get that you know that translator dictionary and you try to translate every word but it just doesn't go in.

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Knowledge is only facilitated when Allah gives it to a person. Now this is one step acquiring knowledge what is even more challenging is using that knowledge implementing that knowledge

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so have be heavily hookman Oh Allah you give me you gift it to me. I cannot practice practice practice and get this myself I'm trying I'm doing my best but you will give this to me knowledge and its implementation will be heavily Hoekman will help me the salah Hain and oh Allah join me with the righteous what does it mean by that meaning give me righteous company

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and I'll Hackney masala Hain means join me, meaning made me submitted to them in Amel inactions in my habits, so that eventually I am with them in the hereafter. We

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Think I'll help me to slowly he means that well that join me with a group of people who are very pious so that when I'm amongst them, I also become like them, and then we think oh, but I'm still working. I'm still in school. I haven't moved. I haven't done Hijra yet. I haven't moved to such and such country I still haven't found a very righteous spouse you know we think like that. We think righteous company is in the physical space that we occupy that in school at work in my house or Allah surround me with righteous people. This is not what I'll have three masala Hain means and hopefully masala he means Oh Allah give me the ability to do the actions of the righteous. So that

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eventually I am with them. Yes, having righteous company while we are alive, why we are living in this world that is definitely helpful. But it's not necessary. Because Ibrahima Lisanna. Look at his life. How was he? First of all in his people for such a long time? Then what happened? Finally when he leaves them he makes hijra, how many people are with him two people sorrow and loot on his salaam Lodi Assam he's given profiter and he sent you and other people. I have Rahim on SLM and sada are on their own.

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Then what happens they go to Egypt eventually Palestine Ibrahim Ahmed Hassan has no children. Then hydro comes in their life then she has a child and then he has to leave her in Makkah traveling all the time back and forth alone we see Ebola hero listen I was basically alone.

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So I'll hickory masala Hain does this mean Allah did not accept his dua?

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What does it mean, that give me righteous company in the Agora forever? And this is what matters the most. You know, a man once asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that when will the day of judgment be and he said What have you prepared for it? And the man said nothing except that I love Allah and His messenger. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, you will be with those whom you love and the Sahaba said when they heard about this, they were really happy, you will be with those whom you love. Because they loved Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam they loved the prophets of Allah. So that narrative of this hadith he said, that I love the Prophet, Abu Bakr, Rama and I hope that I will be

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with them because of my love for them, though my deeds are not similar to theirs. And we also hope that because of our love for them, Allah subhanaw taala will give us their company what John Lee and make for me Lisanna Slocan a mention of truth, honorable mention reputation of honor, fill out the real among the later ones meaning among the later generations, the people who will come after me, they say listen, I said nothing about me. What is listen, tongue. Literally listen this for tongue, but remember that listen is also used for language and found that also used for speech. So listen, don't translate it as tongue over here. Okay, I'll group and charges if anybody writes tongue for

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Listen for this idea. Please cut their marks. Okay.

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All right. So listen over here doesn't mean time. What does it mean? Speech mentioned and spoken? What does it mean? Truth?

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Now, listen, a psuedo thing. It means a good mention. Which is also true. Meaning that somebody is being praised for their goodness. But it's not fake praise. Or rather, it's not that people are making up good things about them. No, they're actually that good, that their good deeds are worth mentioning. All right. So if I hear this and I'm dry, is that all Oh, when I die, and people come after me.

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When they mentioned me, first of all, they mentioned me they remember me for what for my deeds. And what they say about me, whatever good to say about me is also true. Not only something when is it that we mentioned, people of the past, why do we mention them? They're important for what they said for what they did. Some are important in a good way others are important in a bad way. Like for example, a Buddha he's known famous in a good or a bad way, bad way. So listen, I said you can means I am well known for my good even after I am gone, so that when people mentioned me, they take me as an example, so that they can follow my footsteps. And as a result, I attain even more reward.

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Remember the DUA at the end of Surah Furqan of every battle Rockman word your little motor Cana Eema make us a leader meaning an example a model

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For those who are righteous, and we see that Ibrahima listeners dua has been accepted, isn't it? That in the Quran Allah mentions Ibrahim medicina making him an example for us. Withdrawal knee and make me men from what Arthur, inheritors heirs of what of Jana dinner eve of the garden of pleasure. Make me an air of the garden of pleasure meaning make me of those people who will enter Jannah Why is the word what are they used? What alpha is the port of what is

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why inheritance

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How is was entering Jana getting inheritance.

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We learned for example, that for every individual there is a place that is reserved for them in Jana, and Johanna.

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To every single one of us, a place is dedicated for us were a place in Jannah and a place in jahannam. And we blame Allah. Like seriously Allah has reserved a place in both places. It's up to us which one we take with our deeds with our iman. So when some people will not make an agenda, they will end up in *. What will happen to their place in Jannah? It will be given to the residents of Jannah

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What about Hellfire what will happen to hellfire?

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It will be shrunk.

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It will be shrunk in the Quran. For example, we learn that Jahannam will keep saying Holman mozzie Are there any more meaning there's more space in me it's still not fully occupied Holman mozzie elmen mozzie Are there more and it will keep saying that until Allah subhanaw taala will place his foot on Hellfire causing it to contract come together shrink.

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Allah's Mercy overcomes his anger. Remember that his mercy is greater than the punishment that he gets to people.

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And also remember that Allah subhanaw taala when he created either Mario cinema where it was either miRNAs salon placed in Jannah you know, I always wonder, why didn't Allah subhanaw taala simply send other organisms straight to dunya? Why not? Before He created Adam did he say to the angels in Niger? I know. Phil out of the Khalifa.

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Meaning this Khalifa is going to go where fill out. But when other than Islam was created Hawa was created where were they placed in Jana? And this Jana was actual Jana. It wasn't just a garden somewhere in the world. It was actual Jana. And then what happened if Lisa was also allowed to go there, and at least tempted them? the stay of Adam and Islam and Jana, what does that show that this is what is intended for you. This is where you should be. This is what Allah wants for you that you call and live in this place. This is your real home, Jana is your real home. But then what happened when she upon tempted them? And they disobeyed their Lord Adam, Alison and repented. But what

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happened a bill to all of you get down Adam Hawa shaytaan. Everyone go down where to the world.

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And now this life is a test. Go back home. Do something so that you can go back to where you should be. This is not a place where we have to be forever. No way we're going to die.

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So what your army what are the T Jannetty scenario meaning those who will inherit the actual house the actual home, so give me a residence in Jana, while Finley A B and O Allah forgive my father in law, who can I mean of Darlene indeed, he has been of those astray. This is the Tao of Ibrahim arniston for well, for his father, his father. Remember when Ibrahim Al Hassan left him he said that I will make dua for you. And Ibrahim on his son I'm continue to make dua for his father meaning for his guidance. But when the father of Ibrahim and his son have died upon his schicke, then it was evident that his father was an enemy to Allah. And then Ibrahim alayhis salam did not make dua for

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him anymore because Allah forbade him from doing so. And this teaches us that as long as a person is alive, we need to make dua for them.

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We must make the offer that meaning if there's a non Muslim, relative friend, whoever it may be, we must make dua for their guidance for their forgiveness in this world. And remember that any dollar that we make for them that oh Allah show mercy on them, or forgive them, what does it mean essentially, that give them the ability to believe give them Islam, but once they die, then no to offer them even if a person makes $1,000. For them, they will not be accepted, as we learned in Surah Toba 114 For Lama Tobago and Allahu Allahu Allah.

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Willa tadagra Amin, Ibrahim alayhis salam when he learned that his father was an enemy to Allah, then he dissociated himself from his father. So forgive my father. And notice if Allah here in Islam is making dua for his father, even though his father is all a baleen. This is something amazing that no matter who our parents are, no matter how they are, no matter what kind of actions they've been doing, no matter what kind of sins they may be involved in,

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because they raised us, what is necessary that we make law for them. I mean, in the Quran, Allah teaches us we'll call Rob Bill Hamdulillah. Cannot by any silly law, because the person who has looked after us deserves that we make dua for them, regardless of their religion, regardless of their sins, their deeds, whatever it is, we must make dua for them.

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And we learn that Ibrahim organism's father

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on the Day of Judgment what will happen the Prophet sallallahu sallam said this is a Hadith and Buhari that on the Day of Resurrection Ibrahim Al Islam will meet his father as a whose face will be dark and covered with dust the Prophet Ibrahim I listen, I will say to him, then I tell you not to disobey me. And his father will say today I will not disobey you. So Ibrahim Ron has Salam. He will try to intercede for his father saying oh Lord, you promised me not to disgrace me on the day of resurrection. You promise me that you will not disgrace me on the day of resurrection, and what will be more disgraceful to me then the dishonor of my father. So Allah who will say I have forbidden

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paradise for the disbelievers. Meaning it doesn't matter Oh Abraham, even if he's your father, he cannot go to Ghana. And then Ibrahim Al Hassan will be told oh Ibrahim look, what is there at your feet. And he will look and there he will see in love a particular animal stained with dung and dirt and it will be dragged to hellfire. So basically,

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it will he might assemble will be protected from disgrace in the sense that he will not see his father's face in *. His father will be changed so that he is also given this punishment and Ibrahima this and I was also spared from embarrassment and sadness. Well, our two Zini yo yo baritone, and Oh my Lord do not disgrace me on the day that there will be resurrected. What did we learn from this, but no matter who a person is, even if it's a boy humorless, and I'm Khalil of Allah, His Shiva will not be accepted for who, for those who don't deserve it. For those who don't deserve it.

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When I talk Zinni, yo Maroubra, soon do not disgrace me on the day that they will be resurrected, what is the disgrace of the Day of Judgment?

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Think about it, what makes us feel embarrassed?

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Have you ever been embarrassed? When?

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When your mistakes are exposed? That is very, very embarrassing. Isn't it so difficult to look at your test paper that has been marked,

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isn't it? I mean, maybe some assignment that you tried your best to do. And then when you get it back, you're afraid to even look at it. I remember doing this in my life. Many times, you know, you'll receive your test paper, don't even look at it, just put it in your bag and pretend like nothing has happened. And then when you're all alone, then just take it out and take a glimpse at it. 100 I passed, you know, Alhamdulillah it's something that's very difficult to see your own mistakes. So the disgrace of the Day of Judgment is that a person seals are revealed before him exposed before him. And Allah does not cover them. Allah does not wipe them off. ALLAH does not

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forgive him for his sins.

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Have you ever seen a video of yours maybe from your baby years? Or some pictures yesterday? Okay. Isn't it embarrassing that you ask your parents? Why don't you take a picture of mine in a diaper? Like what's so funny about that? What's so memorable about that? Why it's embarrassing to see those pictures. Likewise, on the Day of Judgment, when we will see pictures, images of us committing sins, disobeying our Lord, that will be embarrassing. Some people, Allah subhanaw taala will preserve their honor by asking them in privacy alone, and then telling that person that I conceal your sins for you in the world and today I forgive them for you and others will be embarrassed when their sins

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will be displayed when they will not be forgiven. or Allah. Save us from that humiliation. So Ibrahim honest to them he will be protected from this disgrace on the day of judgment and total Bukhara i 130 We learn we're in Noblesville. Karate Lemina slowly here

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