Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P20 199D Tafsir Al-Qasas 14-21

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of achieving mental maturity and reward for excellence, as well as the negative impact of not knowing what's going on in the world and the importance of learning to grow one's knowledge and experiences. They also touch on the history of violence between Muslims and their neighbors, including the Jesus himself's promise of forgiveness and never giving up on violence. The police officer gives a homework on a woman for her safety and advises her to revisit her notes.
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Now what happened? Mozart is Santa. He was adopted by foreign his life was spared. And he was raised by his mother. So he had some Islamic you could say upbringing, right? And at the same time he was amongst the family affair on so he had a royal upbringing also, while I'm Marbella should the WHO but we can see very clearly that he was neither fully from the people of our own nor was he fully from the Bani Israel. Right. When I met Bella should the who, when I met and when Bella he reached a should the whole his full strength, his should write meaning when he was a grown up, man, he reached his full strength and this must be around the age of 30 was stowa. And he literally is though Amin's

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he became even, okay. And what it means is that he became mature. But why this word is, though, became even when or something even

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when it's balanced when everything that's supposed to be there is there.

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Right? And it's an equal amount or in a fair amount. So over here, it means that he was mature, how physically, mentally, emotionally.

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All right, well balanced, he was complete. Because we see that, for example, younger people, all right, they may have a lot of strength. But when it comes to the maturity of the mind, it's not there. They haven't reached their a should yet, you understand. Likewise, when a person becomes old, then they have a lot of mental maturity, but they don't have physical strength. You understand? So it's taller. It means physically, mentally, emotionally, he was matured. And it's our ultimate means to rise, right? It's the world of stowa He rose meaning in his mental capabilities. He increased he grew in his mental capabilities. So when a man Bella should the who was TOA? Tina who hookman were

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Ilma we gave him wisdom and knowledge, meaning eventually Musa alayhis salam, Allah subhanaw taala fulfilled his second promise also, he made him amongst the messengers, work early ganache is in mercy Nene. And thus We reward those who do accent. And we learned that this came later on right? This came later on Allah subhanaw taala gave him prophet hood when, when he left Egypt, lived in Medina and for 10 years or so. And then when he was leaving, in his journey, that is when he received prophethood. But why is this mentioned over here before the actual events that occurred? Do show to indicate that Allah fulfilled his his promise, because there were two promises made, right.

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So both the promises were fulfilled. Now one thing that we notice over here is Hoekman. Were Illman. Allah subhanaw taala gave him Walker, then he can nudges in Morsani This is the reward of who? Those who Ersan what is the reward of airson?

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What is the reward of airson Hoko. And a look at the area.

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We gave him herckel. And they're in. And this is their award of who? Those who do good.

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Which means that if we want to increase in our knowledge, if we want to increase in our wisdom, what is it that we need to do? Yes?

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And what is your son? Excellence, excellence, bringing beauty? In what way? That first of all, in anything that a person does, doing it at the level of excellence doing it properly,

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beautifully, not half heartedly and leaving it unfinished doing it with your son. You know, for example, if you've taken level one, let's say English writing course, for instance, okay, level 100 Or something like that the first level if you've taken that, if you don't do it with your son, if you don't do it with your son, which means that you're not getting the right mark, will you be able to take level 200 course? Will you be able to know and even if you somehow managed to get in that course, will you really do? Well? No, you can't. You know, this is why we see that if a person's for instance, if their math is weak, what happened grade seven, that is where they fell, right? So now

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go back to grade seven math, perfect those concepts and then come back to the level that you're in. Right. So when a person does something with excellence, he grows in his knowledge. He grows in his wisdom also. Right? So in hukum are a result of your son. Then we see your son

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meaning, if someone is also doing good to Allah's creation, being good with them being helpful,

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and when a person is reaching out to others is not going to learn about them. Is he not going to grow in his experience and his knowledge? Yes. You know, one is a person who was just selfishly living in his own life, my money, my shopping, my fashion, my clothes, my house, my marriage, my children, my this, my that mind, mind, mind everything doesn't have any idea about what's going on in the community. Right? What do they know about the community? What do they know about people in general live? No clue. Right? But when a person reaches out to others, doing your son, for example, helping out at some center helping out at a hospital or anything like that, aren't they going to

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grow in their knowledge and experience this is something very easy to understand. The problem is we want to increase in our knowledge, we want to have wisdom

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but we have to acquire it we have to earn it and how is it that we earn it through your son?

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What the huddle Medina now Musa Sana when he was older what happened? The huddle Medina, he entered the city.

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Allah Haney law flatten. So over here last month, Allah is basically telling us that the plan was not complete yet. How exactly was Musa listen, I'm given prophethood This is how it started, that he entered the city at a time off of law, what is off law

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of law.

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Like, you know, a person could be sitting in a class and they are in love of law, because they don't know which is it is what where did it is what discussion it is. They're thinking about what they saw on TV last night, or the next episode that will be coming tonight. Maybe Allahu Allah.

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So La Fleur is a state of inattention, when you don't know what's going on.

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Often is also used for a person who's negligent meaning who's not showing the proper care and attention that something requires that something demands. All right. So he may have forgotten at a time of inattention. Meaning the people were not really in the city, they didn't really know what was going on. Why? Because it was a time of afternoon nap. Everybody was resting. Or it was perhaps some holiday when people were not around. So basically, the markets, the streets were empty. Maybe it was really hot at that time. So basically, people were not concerned about what's going on in the streets, what's going on outside. Understand, just think of it this way. If it's really really hot,

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really hot.

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Do you have any clue of what's going on outside? No, you don't. Why? Because you're inside, you've closed the shutters. And you're just, you know, eating your freezies and you're relaxing, right?

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So he knew of Latin men earlier from its people, meaning the people were not attentive at what was going on, for whatever. So Musa alayhis salam, when the streets were empty, he went in the city and he found fear in it meaning in the city or giulini, two men who there's nobody around, and he just finds these two men. What were these two men doing yet that Elon, they were both fighting each other? Yeah, that he learned from it, it'll it'll to try to do gotta love each other. So they weren't just fighting, they were trying to really kill each other.

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So he sees two people fighting each other. This meaning one guy, Min Chi, it was from his Shira. Remember the word ChiOn. We read at the beginning of the surah that fit our own had divided his people into Shia into two factions, two parties, and we went into the detail of the word share, right? So one person was from his sheer meaning from his party.

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Meaning the one that he was related to, which one is that? It was the Bani Israel. Well, Heather, and this meaning the other one was mean or the way from his enemy from the side of his enemy, meaning he was from the people of their own. So these two people are fighting. Now Musa alayhis salam, he's there. He doesn't just say Okay, enjoy fighting, happy fighting, and he walks away. Now he's there. And as he's there looking first author who, so he asked him for help. Is the author from the root letters. Lane. Yeah, sir. lathe. lathe is rain.

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All right. And when people don't have water when there's famine, what do they desperately need?

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Water they need rain. So is the author is to ask for help. But to ask for help in a desk.

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sprit manner at a desperate time. Just as rain is much needed, right? And it's needed at a certain time, same way, what the person is asking for is also very urgent. So first the author was like, Come and help me now. Now I need your help you understand? So first of all, I saw who he asked him for help, who called him for help Allah the the one who men share it from his sheer from his group. Who is this? The Israeli man, he begged Musan Islam come and help me now urgently immediately. Against who Allah against Allah, the the one who mean I do we from his enemy? And who was that? The Ferroni? Right. So the Israeli man he started calling Mossad is and I'm for help that come and help

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me now. Now I need your help. You know, like when someone creates a scene, they're like, I need your help right now. Now, not a minute later, not a second later. So you don't even give the opportunity to the other person to think you understand to create urgency, so he created this urgency. So what happened? Husein is Sadam, he came to help and in that urgency, he helped without even thinking what he was doing. So what happened for workers who Musa Musa alayhis salam for then work as a hoop. He workers, other men, what his workers or workers are welcome, say it's pretty obvious works is to strike with the fist. strike with the fist. So do that with your hand, make a fist. Okay? strike

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with the fist. Now, if you're punching, basically, it's two punch, right? When you punch, does your hand go down or up? If you're standing, it's gonna go upwards, right? Not necessarily. Unless if the person is on the floor. All right, but generally mean if you're standing, it's going to go upwards. Okay? Not even straight but slightly upwards. So Musar listen, and workers, this is why the word works is also to beat with the fist upon the chin.

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Okay, so to beat someone with the fist were on their chin.

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So what's the aim? The face. So for workers Oh Musa, Musa alayhis salam, he punched him he struck him with his fist, on the chin or on the chest. Workers eyes also understood as push. Okay, so Allah Allah, whether it was directly on the face, or the chin or the chest, but somewhere up here, and unintentionally fucka la, la, he Cava la he, he killed him. Gaga from the root letters of BOD. Yeah. Although literally means to complete something called La La complete him, meaning complete the matter upon him, did away with him. God over with him, meaning he killed him. Was his intention to kill? No, he didn't intend to kill that man. He just intended to strike him to move him away, to

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fight him. But what happened? It resulted in accidental murder. So mozarella Salam, ala he said had them in our militia on this is from the work of che lOn.

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Why how how was this from the work of shaytaan? Because mozarella Salam hastily came into that fight.

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He didn't find out who was at fault. He didn't really consider the whole situation. He just responded to the scream. Alright, and he quickly went and he punched without even thinking where his punch was going to land up, or how strong of a punch it was. And what do we learn from Hadith that Elijah this hastiness is from WHO? Mina shaytaan it is from shaitan. So he said haram anomalous Shavon This is from the work of Shaitan in know who indeed he I don't want is an enemy McGlone. One who leads a stray more been clear, meaning he's clearly an enemy, who doesn't want any good for anybody when he wants to lead them astray. mozarella Salaam is not justifying that oh, it was a

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mistake. No, he doesn't justify it. Because murder is wrong. Even if it is accidental. Remember that murder is wrong, pure wrong, even if it is accidental. And che lon he orders people to cause unnecessary bloodshed. Because when one person is killed, how many more do you think are going to be killed because of that one murder? How many more? Many, many more? You know, for example, we learn about the Arabs that there were these tribes that were at war with each other. Okay for many, many years and the whole problem started with

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One murder. One murder resulted in so many wars, so many battles and so many lives lost.

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So this is the work of Shaitan in the WHO ARE THE ONE Malayalam Movie in? This is something that sparks violence between people.

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Father Musa Salam said Robbie Oh my lord in Neelam to enough, see indeed I have done bloom on myself I have wronged myself. This is not just one one the other that his life was taken, but this is one of on myself that I killed a man even if it was by accident fall fiddly, so forgive me. What happened then fall off Allah Allah. So Allah forgave him so he forgave him. This is amazing. Just look at the sequence over here. Immediately Musar listened and realized his mistake. And immediately he sought forgiveness from Allah. And what do we see immediately he is forgiven also for half Allah Allah. Inna, who who Allah for Rahim. Indeed, He is the forgiving the Merciful.

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mozarella Salam was well intentioned. We see that Musa al Hassan was someone with a very high conscience, he was not oblivious to his surroundings. And in this situation where two people were fighting he wanted to help.

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And, you know, generally, what was the situation at that time that it was the people of Iran who are oppressing the Bani Israelis? Right. So here Musa listen and thought that clearly it would be the Fulani man who is wrong. And this is why Musa alayhis salam, he attacked him. But it was not right to kill, it was not correct to become violent. What does this teach us that even if a person is oppressed? Is violence the solution?

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Is it the solution? No, it's never going to solve the problem. It's going to aggravate the problem. It's going to make it even worse. Because chiffon wants us to act hastily, without thinking without proper planning,

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and proper planning, in order to defend oneself in order to fight the enemy back. It requires time. It requires a lot of work, a lot of patience. And we see that the Prophet salallahu Salam in his life also. in Makkah, were the Muslims allowed to fight back? Were they? No, not at all, even though they were being oppressed? Yes. Why? Because when you fight back, you fight back with dignity, from a position of strength, so that you can actually overcome the enemy.

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You can actually do that. And if you don't have that strength, you cannot even overcome the enemy. You don't have the means you don't have the resources. Then, being violent with the enemy is only like poking the bear. Right? When you poke a bear, when you wake the bear up, what's going to happen, he's going to come and bite you back and cause you more harm, and put you in a worse condition than you were in previously. This is why the Muslims so many times they insisted they asked the Prophet salallahu salam to permit them to fight back did he allow no why? Because Allah did not allow. And when the Muslims left MCCA they were in Medina, they were free. They had this

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position of strength. Then Allah ordered them to fight even though they were not fully equipped. Just look at the Battle of better how was that? 300 Muslims versus 1000? Is there any match? No, there isn't. But because this was still a position of strength, they had dignity. They were free. They could fight back they had the right to fight back. This was a proper way of fighting back. And this is the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he led the Muslims in so many battles one after the other, and eventually they overcame the enemy.

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Remember that violence is never the solution. So Rob, be any Welcome to Nuptse Musa al Salaam is begging Allah for forgiveness for fiddly follow up Allah. Oh Allah you forgive me and Allah forgive him. What does this show to us that even if a person has committed a crime like that of murder,

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accidental murder, okay. Even that is forgivable. Allah can forgive any sin, any sin, whatever that sin is, as long as a person repents at the right time. As long as a person repents at the right time. You don't just like somebody's at the first blow of calamity. Likewise, seeking forgiveness. ideal is that a person should seek forgiveness immediately, immediately meaning as soon as he realizes he did something wrong instantly. Instant is the fall will bring instant

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Forgiveness also, the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that Allah is amazed at his servant when he says La ilaha illa Anta in the cod wollam to Nuptse fulfilled Lee the newbie in the whole lay of the Nova illa Anta when a servant says La ilaha illa Anta there is no God worthy of worship but you in the gods Welcome to Neff. See indeed I have wronged myself for fiddly the newbie so Oh ALLAH forgive me my sins in the Julio FIRA de Nova Illa. Anta none can forgive sins except you. When a person says this, Allah is amazed. And Allah says My servant has known that his Lord can forgive him and punish him too. And when a person has this realization, then Allah will also forgive him. So what happened?

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Mossad is Salam is forgiven. And basically what that means is that his sin was covered. It was hidden, it wasn't exposed. Nobody else saw that. It was just these three people. Everybody else was was not there, right? So one person is dead and the other Israeli man is very happy, right that he was saved. Now what happened? Kala Musa alayhis salam he said rugby Oh my lord Bhima Anantha Isla Yeah, because you bestowed favor on me. You saved me here. You didn't expose my crime over here. felon so never Hakuna I will be will he run a supporter, little moody mean for the criminals. He understands what crime is what is crime being violent. And basically saying that I'm never ever

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going to support people who are violent, I'm never going to help them. And this is the Oba that a person seeks forgiveness for what he did. And then he promises never to do it again.

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You understand? This is true repentance that a person seeks forgiveness for what he did before the wrong that he committed. And then now he promises that I'm never going to do this again. I'm going to do my best to keep away from these things. But what happens when you repent, you're going to be tested. Allah subhanaw taala is definitely going to put you in a similar situation again to see how true you were in your repentance. You understand? By for example, a person says that's it follows from today onwards, I'm not going to shake hands with non Muslim men.

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And then what happens the next day, or the next week, you end up in a situation where a man extends his hand out to you. Now what are you going to do? You made a promise with Allah and Allah put you in test prove it that your repentance is real. Same thing happened with Musar de Sena for us by her he became Phil Medina in the city ha if an afraid fearful, yet the rock club anticipating exposure yet the rock is from rock of the terracotta, Jakub is to be on the lookout to lie in wait. Right? So he was on the lookout, you know, extremely alert, that maybe somebody is going to come after me. Maybe somebody's going to ask me about this. You know, when a person has done something wrong, and

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yes, their mistake is hidden. It's just a matter of time. Right? So what happened for either, then suddenly, meaning he was somewhere out? Then suddenly? What happened? ullery the one who is done Sora who? The one who asked him for NASA is done salah. Look at the word is done. Surah

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what's the route over here? NASA. NASA is help and is done. Sora what does it mean? To ask for NASA meaning to ask for help. So the one who had asked him for help, Bill um, see by the yesterday, meaning yesterday, the guy who asked him for help. Who was that guy? Who was that man? The Israeli man right? Now what happened all of a sudden will solve this and I'm finds him and the same man is yes. The sorry. Who? Who?

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Yes, the three who? From the root letters solid raw. Ha, sir.

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Okay, and thorough means to scream, to cry. And is the law is to cry out for help, to scream and yell for help, basically, to make a scene and to dramatize, you know the ones need. So he really made a scene over here. And he was crying out to Musar this and I'm for help. Now what do we see? Why is he crying out for help? Why is he screaming for help? He's trying to manipulate most artists and um, he used him the day before. And he's thinking that now again

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And today I can use him. Yesterday he killed a man for me today also I can have him killed this person for me. What do we see over here? This man who was violent fighting yesterday, somebody and now today again he's fighting another person. Well, sorry, listen, I was in a similar situation as he was the day before. But did he learn from his mistake? Did he? Yes he did. Call Allahu Musa Musa alayhis salam said to him in Mecca indeed you love a week you move in? Surely you are Hawaii. You are a deviator you are in deviation. Allah What is Allah? Mal Baldassarre Ibukun well Hala, to be deviated to not be on the right course. So you are clearly wrong. Moby clearly mean there's no doubt

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about your error. Again, you are fighting. You are definitely a troublemaker. Your facade is evident phenomena than when and that rather He intended who intended Busan listen, I'm intended and that yerba Tisha, he should strike, but bow for sheen, but is to strike but it also means to get hauled off to seize.

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Yes, the day before Musa Salam, what did he do without even thinking he just went and work as a now he is going to do about she's going to seize. He's going to grab Who is he going to grab below the the one who who he is I don't want Lahoma and enemy to both of them. Who is this enemy, the Ferroni. So this time husana, Sam does not step forward to smack him to punch him. He's stepping forward in order to grab him. All right, and there is a difference. If you enter a fight with bunching, Mila protect all of us, maybe we never be a part of such a thing. It's amazing how women can also be very violent with each other, pulling each other's hair and, you know, punching each other. So if a

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person enters a fight, punching, what does it show that they want to fight? But if a person enters that confrontation by grabbing somebody, what does it mean? They're pulling them away? Right? They're gonna pull them away because they want to stop the fight. So this was what Musar listener wanted. When I had to do that. The Israeli man, he got scared. He's like, Musa just called me her way. You mean? He's going to expose me? So before he exposes me, I should expose him. You see his trick over here? He's afraid that now the fight is going to stop. All right, Musa is gonna ask me why I'm fighting. And then yesterday's fight is going to come up. And then it's going to be known

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that I am a very violent person and I've been in one fight after the other so before Musa exposes me, let me expose him. So that is what he did. Allah He said, Yeah, Musa Musa to redo Do you want and talk to Ronnie that you kill me? Can I just ask Katell turnips and you kill the person will answer yesterday. Are you going to kill me Musa just like you killed somebody yesterday? Is that what you're going to do? Into the do you do not want Illa except and takuna that you should be jabbar and Phil are a tyrant in the land. He's accusing. Musar listen, I'm that you want to be a Jabbar. You just want to go and kill others forcing your own way, forcing your own will, woman to

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redo and you do not intend and takuna that you should be Minal musli Hain of those who make amends? Meaning you're not entering this fight in order to really solve a problem. You just want to cause bloodshed. What do we see over here? Musa alayhis salam helped this man the day before? And now he turns against Musa alayhis salam.

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What does this show his selfishness? Right. In order to protect himself he exposed Musar listener and what is this show?

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What is this show? About the Israeli man? Who was he loyal to? What was he concerned about? Nobody nothing but himself only. And this is one of the you can say sad consequences of slavery, that when a person is enslaved, not just physically but even mentally, for so long. Then he loses respect for others he becomes only selfish concerned. So the bunny has thrived in enslaved for so long. What happened only concerned about this man is only concerned about himself, and he doesn't even show any, you know, gratitude to Musa SNM for having saved his life the other day. Now what happened? This was not a time of off law.

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Okay, so when this man exposed Musala salaam, what do you think happened? The news it spread it spread like wildfire

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and it reached fit around also and Musa alayhis salam was in trouble. So what happened wotja Raju loon A man came min Opsahl Medina T from the farthest end of the city Oxon you know? Masjidul OXA. Alright, why is it called Aqua because it was really far from Africa. Okay. Well Sua, we have learned that word also that which is far. So Oxon, Medina the farthest end of the city, and this man came, yes sir. He was running, running, running running. He came to Musa listen and why did he come to Musa realism to warn him? But then he said, Yeah, Musa Oh Musa in Al Mala? Indeed the eminent ones yet Tommy Runa Baker. They are conferring over you. Yeah. Tommy Rona. From the root letters

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Hamza mean, Rama. What does Amin command instruction affair matter? And it tomorrow? Yeah. Tommorow is to take armor from each other. Right? Meaning to discuss, to discuss. So they are discussing your matter deciding your affair. They're deciding about what they're going to do with you. Yeah, tell me you're gonna become Lee up to Luca, so that they can kill you. They want to kill you in revenge for what happened the day before. For which so get out, go leave in me. laka Indeed, I am for human and now 16 Of those who are sincere. Meaning I'm telling you the truth. And I want the best for you. Don't wait to go and to confirm what I have told you. Just trust me. Go leave because if you stay

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here, they're gonna come and find you. And once they come and find you, they're definitely going to kill you. So what happened for her Roger main hustle right there and then Musa al salaam Harada minha he got out of it got out of where of the city he left it. Ha a fun, fearful afraid, afraid of who fit our own and his people. Yet that rock club. He was anticipating meaning he was watching out for himself. You know like if a person is running for safety, he's afraid. But at the same time he's gonna keep looking around to his right to his left back. Right. So you're watching out for his safety and his life. Allah He said Rob be Oh my Lord, that genie save me. Mental Comilla mean from

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the wrongdoing people? Why does Mozart ism call fit Orleans people love him? Because they were doing well weren't on who? On the Bani Israel. But think about it if over here. Mozart s&m is brought on trial. Isn't that justified? Because he committed an accidental murder, right? So why does he expect to learn from them?

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Why does he expect one from them? Because he was after all an Israeli

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and he did not expect frowns people to be fair in the trial.

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If they were fair, then that would not be alone.

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You understand? He did not expect them to be fair. And this is why he said Rabina Jeanne Minal Comilla mean save me rescue me from the wrongdoing people. What do we see over here? Well, sorry, this I made a mistake. He spoke to Allah He said, Oh ALLAH forgive me. Over here he's in trouble. He says Oh my Lord You saved me.

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Oh my Lord, You saved me. So those who love their Lord what do they do?

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What do they do? They talk to the Lord at every step. All right, let's listen to the recitation while I

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for coffee on BV

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B and C as those

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movie Mubi Vernon

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all moved

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to redo

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gonna jump

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out of the wanna to redo that wound I mean honestly he was

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in Medina TSR all Musa all I am

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dumb you're all gonna be curly or go to California for OJ in Neela come in sneaky for Haoran German or anything de bon bon Bina Julie Minato go mele Wally me

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okay, I share something with the person standing next to you you're awfully quiet and that's making me feel very awkward

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so please talk

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to me

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any questions about the story so far?

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Is there anything that's unclear to you?

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Yeah, go ahead

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man Okay ha man was fit our owns was eat all right and was eat is basically a person who is always by the side of a king or a person in authority whom they consult on every matter. Right? Very close to them. So if it our own and hammer, because remember that a person doesn't just make decisions by themselves even at such a high position, high rank, they consult their matters with someone. Right so this was Harmon was the was you have

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any other question about the story of Masada Sena?

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Yeah, I mean, there's different forms of this. You know, there's a council, sometimes there's another individual with a different title. Okay.

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Any other question? Clear?

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What was the name of

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dp? DP? Yeah, cough belco.

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Introduced, we learned that use of our SLM who was one of the 12 brothers, he ended up in Egypt. Remember, he was brought in as a slave he was sold as a slave. And he ended up from there into the prison and then from the prison he was freed because he interpreted the dream of the king and the king was very happy with him and he also gave him the high position of managing the resources of the land because of the famine that was to come. And use of artisan was there and his brothers came to buy food. And then basically, use of artisan um, had his whole family come and settle with him in Egypt. So at that time, it was just the 12 brothers and their families and then eventually, those

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families that turned into tribes and the population grew. But the locals they felt threatened by the immigrants

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of course, Bani Israel eel are another term for them is the hood. Okay. Yes.

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Any it's clear that he was given Revelation After Medina not at this point. Okay, but for sure he was raised as a Muslim. He had belief in Allah subhana wa Tada. Very strong faith as we can see that at a time of great difficulty he's turning to Allah subhanaw taala. Any other question? Yes.

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Okay, I want you to look at your first juice. Okay? And where we first learned the word bunny is saw eel, I gave you the meaning of a straw eel. Okay, what it actually means. So I want you to look at that. This is your homework. Okay. So next week in sha Allah, I want the answer from you. Okay, I can give you the answer, but I want you to revisit your notes and see what you have written.

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