Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P20 201B Tafsir Al-Qasas 44-51

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the legality of the Prophet sallam being addressed in warmer and not Kunta, as well as the history of the western side of the mountain. They also touch on the importance of learning from the people who have the Scripture and the evidence that the story is true. The speakers emphasize the need for evidence and verification in order to believe in the Torah and Injeel, and for people to follow their own desires and avoid the influence of others.
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warmer countries The journey will be warmer and not Kunta, you were or Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam be journey be on side A lot OBE the Western, is when Elena we conveyed ILA to Musa Musa alayhis salam. Al Umrah, the matter the command, warmer and not canta you were men from Ushahidi in the witnesses. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is being addressed in these verses. That old prophet, Malecon Therby journey Bill RBG you were not meaning you were not present at Janney Biddle got to be Janet from Jim meaning side and a lot to be laying around Raba meaning the Western mohareb West, alright, place of setting and Herbie is that which is Western,

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meaning you are not present at the western side of the mountain.

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When is Elena Isla Musa when we conveyed the command to Musa alayhis salaam Elena from the word Olga Tov Badea cada is to order and Cabo Isla is to convey a command or rather to convey something to convey some information or a command. So it's called Lena Isla Musa amor, when we gave the command to Musa alayhis salam, which command was given to Musa alayhis salam to go to fit our own right and to deliver the Bani Israel

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meaning Yasuda Allah, you are not present. They're on the western side of the mound, watching Musa alayhis salam coming to the mountain climbing up the mountain and then looking at the tree and then being called out. You are not present over there hearing the conversation that happened on the right side of the valley. We learned that was already salaam he heard the sound from the right side of the valley right. So the opposite of that would be the western side. All right. So you are not present. There are Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Wolmar canta min Ushahidi and you are not among the witnesses. You are not present over there witnessing this entire incident. So how do you know them?

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How are you narrating this incident as if it was an eye witness account. The detail in which it is mentioned about how Musa listen I'm perceived the fire and how he came and the whole beautiful description that is given of the conversation that took place between Musa alayhis salam and Allah Azza wa Jalla How did the Prophet sallallaahu Salam know about this? And besides, there were 1000s of years between Musa alayhis salam and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam the prophets of Allah Islam could not have been present over there. So how do you know Allah says well at kin there but we and shut now we produced from inshallah known Chien Hamza Nasha to cause to grow in sha to produce.

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So we produced Wounaan generations plural of the word

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meaning after Musan is Sena and before you there were so many generations that came

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and what happened to these generations to all of these people fell taller. So it prolonged from the word Dukkha will tool basically the root for well lamp tool tool is the length of something. All right, and the car will is when something becomes extremely long. So the color it became very long. I lay him on them on who on the generations that came before you after musante Salaam. What became very long Allah Romo the age, meaning the time, the duration, the years

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what I cannot and shut now Quran, Fidel tawa la la himolla are more meaning many years past, after Musa alayhis salam, before you came, many generations came. And in this time what happened? Knowledge disappeared. Revelation seized after these artists and I'm especially there was no prophet that came no revelation that came until finally Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was sent as a messenger. So basically what is being said, is that this story? Yes, there are some people who are familiar with it the idol kitab. All right. However, all of these details also they're not as familiar with all of these details that Allah subhanaw taala has given and besides with the passage of time, what

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is it that they do with the Scripture? They kept it to themselves, isn't it they did not inform

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other people about it. So Fatah Tawana, la human are more meeting a longtime past and the unknown kitab. Either they lost the knowledge they had, or whatever they had they kept it with themselves. So basically the point is that there is no way the Prophet sallallahu Sallam could have learned about this incident this entire Casals himself, he could not have learned it himself, because the Al Kitab were very stingy with their knowledge.

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And besides so, many years had passed the Prophet sallallahu Sallam could not have been present over there. So he could not have seen it, you know, by himself, he could not have learned it himself. There is no way warmer content and you are not sad we N resident savvy in from the root letters. So Well, yeah. We have learned the word Messiah. Messiah is aboard a place where a person lives Sahrawi and is a person who lives somewhere. A resident All right. Basically, Salah is to bury something. Okay? Now when you bury something, it stays there for a long period of time, maybe forever. Until the end of time. When it's buried, it's buried, it's staying there. Correct. If something is

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exposed, then what happens it's taken from one place to the other right travelers pick it up passers by pick it up, and it's location changes. But when something is buried, then it stays there. All right. So from this the word thallium is used for a person who is a permanent resident of a certain place. Okay? So the prophets of Allah Islam is now addressed here, that woman come to SallyAnn you are not even a resident fi le meridian, amongst the people of meridian. That clue that you will recite or lay him on them, I attina Our Verses.

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Meaning when Musa listen, I'm came to Meridian, where are you? There? Was the Prophet salallahu Salam there was he sent us a prophet to the people of Meridian, so that he would be reciting the verses of Allah to the people of Medina, was he sent over there as a prophet? No, he wasn't there.

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Right. So how is it that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam knows about the fact that mozarella Salam ended up in Meridian, and then the incident of the two ladies and then how he got married, and how he stayed there? How did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam learn about all of these details? Allah says one, Akina Kunta, mousseline Well, I can now but we could now we were, we are mousseline ones who sent meaning we are the ones who have sent this message to you. That is how you know about this process. Otherwise, there was no way that you could find out about the story yourself.

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The fact is that the most authentic source of fast historical events, okay, is in fact the book of Allah. It is the Quran.

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Because who is the narrator over here, who is the one giving us the snuba this information? It is Allah azza wa jal, who always was, is and will be, who is Allah Hi, Allah, the lair moot, who is the EverLiving, the one who does not die, the one who has perfect a summer, the perfect hearing and the perfect boss have the perfect vision, and the one who has complete absolute total all encompassing knowledge. So he is the one who has given us the details of this account of Musa alayhis salam. And there's no way of finding out about these details by yourself, there is no way because one way of learning about these details would be that a person is a shahid, a person is present over there.

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While nobody was present over there, the Prophet sallallahu sallam was not there, there was no other person over there, even when I said I was not there. Alright. And then secondly, another source could be that you learn from the people who have the Scripture, but what happened with the Scripture, over time, it was changed was altered by people to the knowledge and it is not 100% reliable anymore. And this is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us that when we learned something from the previous scriptures, we should neither affirm it nor should we reject it. If it contradicts the Quran and Sunnah then for sure we reject it. But if it doesn't contradict the Quran

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and Sunnah then we just remain silent. Alright, so how is it that the prophets of Allah Islam knows about these details? It's because Allah azza wa jal is the one who has revealed these details. Now sort of fossils is a murky surah and through these verses, Allah subhanaw taala

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is first of all giving a confidence to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam through the many lessons that can be learned from the story of Musa and escena.

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Okay. And secondly, Allah subhanaw taala is also proving the proof of prophethood of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. This is the evidence that this man is not a liar. This is the evidence that Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was not a fabricator, he was not an inventor, he was not a liar. What is the evidence, the content of the Quran, the history that is recorded in the Quran, that it is accurate wama content and you were not meaning you were not present, be jammy be 30 at the side of the Mount, Ignite day now, when we called out, you are not present at the side of the mountain, when we called out to hope to Musa alayhis salam if you didn't hear that call, while I can, but meaning

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you have been given this information as Allahumma atta middle avec as a mercy from your Lord.

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This is Rama. Knowledge is a Mercy. Mercy. Merci beaucoup, Allah subhanaw taala. That, think about it, there are so many things that exist, right? So many things have happened. And there is no way we can learn everything.

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There is no way that we can discover everything, right? And we see that each time we learn about something, we discover something. What happens? It makes our life easier, doesn't it? Like for example? I mean, everybody knows that when you drop something, it's gonna fall to the ground. It's understandable, even children know that.

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Correct. But what happened when once upon a time a man he saw an apple falling, and he said, Oh, there's a force pulling. Right now this realization that there is a force, there is some energy, something that is pulling everything towards the Earth, right? I mean, this realization, this understanding, has it made physics easier. Right? Hasn't it made our life easier? I mean, when you have simple questions, answered, your curiosity, I mean, that is satisfied. It puts your mind at ease.

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So when Allah subhanaw taala gives us some knowledge that we cannot discover or reach ourselves. This is Allah's mercy. The story of Musa Listen, we could never have learned it ourselves. When Allah has taught us this is a Mercy of Allah. And this is why we should be grateful to Allah subhanaw taala for this.

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I mean, really, we are so familiar with the story of Musa Sana, when we casually think about a we narrated, we talk about and we discuss it without thinking that this is really Allah's favor on us that he taught us this part of history.

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When I was really last night, the lesson and I realized it I saw this is before certain number. And when I go back through it, and it says only the end part of the IR one Allah just inform us that he go with his family. And he saw light, but it didn't explain why they left. But this sort of classes when I learn, it stays from the beginning, and chose Alas, mercy, because, and that's the way they wrote the stories when you read the books. That's the everybody when they wrote how they wrote the stories is they give you the end of the story, or the movies and you go back from the beginning because you have to be interested. And this is not something that they invented. It's something that

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Allah and aspire to us through the Quran many years ago, and that shows that everything we doing without knowing or knowing is from Allah. That's mercy, everybody. It from Allah. Exactly. I mean, it's a complete story, right? And knowing the complete story, that is also a mercy. Right? Why is it that sometimes you watch a movie and at the end, you're like, that was such a bad end? Alright, that was such a bad and I don't feel satisfied. Does it have a part two to it? Does it have a part two and part three and whatever to it? Right? You don't feel that sense of accomplishment. And then I think the saddest part is knowing that this is not true, yet you were so affected by it. I mean,

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seriously, you know that it's 100% false, but yet how much you are affected by it. You're captivated by that for so long. You're just thinking about it, you're worried about it, your heart is palpitating and you're feeling excited, or you're feeling worried. But the sad thing is that you know, it's false. It's any cut, but the Quran the story that Allah hasn't mentioned over here, into the causes of most artists

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So now, I think the best part is knowing that this is true, it actually happened.

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So well that can Ramita Mirotic. And also it's a mercy because it's not just a story for the purpose of entertainment, for the purpose of increase in knowledge, it's a story that is so relevant to so many people across the world across different times. I mean, the story was so relevant to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam at the time when this was revealed. And you could also very easily say that the story is so relevant to our times, right? In every time you could say the story is so relevant, so relevant. So because of the relevance, you find lessons, you find benefits, you can actually learn from it and you can apply those lessons in your life because of the story you have

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hope, because of the story, you increase in your faith in your hope and Allah subhanaw taala so Allah can arrive at a Mirotic litens Zero and why is it that this message has been sent to you or prophets Allah Allah Salam Leeton there are so that you may warn Coleman of people which people mad at our home man not at our home, it came to them. Men not eating any warner mencoba Laker from before you La La homea Tada karoun so that they might be reminded,

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meaning the Prophet salallahu Salam, why is it that he has been chosen as a prophet? And why is it that he is being given revelation? So that he would be a warner to a people who had not previously been warned, meaning to whom prophets had not been sent to before? And specifically this is about who? The Arabs because remember that the prophets were sent to the Bani Israel, not amongst the bunny is married. And this can also be understood in the general sense that so many people they have no clue about, God about hereafter about paradise about * about angels, I mean basic matters of faith, they have no clue.

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But through the preservation of the Quran, this hack is also made to reach them into man either number 19 Allah says yeah, Al Kitab Caja como su Luna, you by Eula Comala, Phaedra, 10 minute whistle and the Kulu magia. And I'm in machining. Well, Anna didn't fucka Jaya akamba She's one of the one Allahu Allah Khalifa in Cadiz, that basically a prophet has come to you. So that you cannot say later that no prophet came to us. Certainly a prophet has now come to you.

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Well, Lola, and if not, and that to save our home, it would reach them mostly, but on a disaster a calamity. Bhima because of what God damnit add him, their hands have put forth meaning the sins that these people have committed. Okay? They are certainly deserving of punishment. I mean, think about it. Just look at the Arab society at the time when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came, okay. Just think about the different forms of slavery that existed at that time. One form was of kidnapping off abduction. All right, that you just couldn't have anybody, whoever that you can get your hands on. All right, and you sell them as a slave? Who, who will say that? Yes, this is good.

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Which person could say that? This is good. And if somebody says that this is good, would majority of the people agree with them? Really? Is it something that's moral or immoral? It's clearly immoral, isn't it? So if a person kidnaps another and sells them as a slave, this is immoral. You don't need the Quran to tell you this is immoral. Your heart will tell you this is wrong. Your fitrah will tell you that it is wrong. burying a child alive. When you can hear the baby crying when you can hear the six year old girl crying, screaming gasping for breath, burying such a child alive. Which person could say that? Yeah, this is good. When your heart will tell you this is immoral. Right. Now, many

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of these crimes, prostitution, I mean,

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what is this? Right? But these things were very common amongst the Arabs at the time of the Prophet salallahu Salam, right. So this is what MacDermid idea him what their hands have put forth.

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And these sins, these actions are such that they made these people deserving of punishment, isn't it? So if Allah would punish them for the wrongs that they were doing, would Allah be unfair in doing that? If Allah would punish them for burying their children alive, for forcing people into slavery, for acts such as prostitution, and all of that, if Allah would punish them because of these sins? Would that be unfair? Would that be unfair? Tell me, it wouldn't be unfair. Right? But still, Allah

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Ah Arzo Adela he sent Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a messenger. So well Lola and if not unto Sliva who mostly but don't be my ultimate ad him, they are guilty, they are deserving of a mostly bit of a disaster of a punishment because of what their hands have put forth. But still, what would these people say if they were to be punished for your call? No, they would say Robina our Lord Lola, why not on the senator Elena masuleh? Why did you not send to us a messenger funnel Toby I Attica then we would follow your versus your commands, one accord, I mean, ultimate meaning and we would be among the believers.

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Right? Meaning if Allah did not send a prophet, then what would people say? On the Day of Judgment? That Allah why didn't you send a prophet to us if you attend a prophet to us, we would have believed in Him, we would have followed your commands, we would have been really good.

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All right. So this is why Allah subhanaw taala sent Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam as a messenger, to basically establish the argument against people, that even if a prophet has not come to you, still, Allah has created this morality within you, Allah has created you upon fitrah you have this ability to distinguish between right and wrong. So if Allah were to punish you, without even sending a prophet to you, Allah would not be doing anything unfair.

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But just so that you have no argument left against Allah, this is why Allah has also sent a prophet. Now let's see what you do. You understand this Ayana? Now let's see what you do. Allah has sent a messenger as an added favor. This is the point of the ayah.

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Allah has sent a messenger as an added favor on you. All right. Because even if Allah did not send prophets, okay, still, we see that Allah has created means of guidance for people. First of all, the fitrah itself. You know, this is why many scientists, they say that if a bunch of babies were just thrown on an island and left there to grow on on their own, they will probably grow up believing in a god.

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Because this part of your brain, which is programmed to basically believing in God, I mean, this is scientifically established.

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All right. Now, of course, they will tell you, it's because of evolution and all of that, again, this is within human beings, which is why you see that even in the Amazon, I mean, in the middle of this forest, you have these people, they have some kind of belief, isn't it? And of course, shaitan has misled every group of people, he hasn't spared anyone, whether they live in the Amazon or somewhere else in the world, right?

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Likewise, Allah subhanaw taala has, you know, created this universe such that it makes you think about your beginning where you came from and where you're going.

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Right? The universe itself, points to its creator, right? Like, for example, a man he was asked about, about God that there was a Bedouin, and he was asked that how do you know there is a lot, right? And he said that I know there is a God because when you see, for example, dung, all right, you know that an animal has

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passed from here, right? An animal walked here, the dung is the evidence of a camo, a horse, a cow, it didn't come there by itself, there was a cause, because of which this effect has happened. Right? So we are what are we a result of cause and effect? So what was the cause the cause has to be something beyond this creation, outside of this creation, outside the realm of time, space and matter. All right. So this universe itself is a proof to the existence of God to the oneness of God of Allah subhanaw taala. And we see that the Prophet salatu salam before he was raised as a messenger, we learned that there were some people in Arabia who were known as the Hohner fat who

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were the Hun, FL, who never who are the people who didn't worship idols.

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They didn't worship idols, even though idolatry was all around them. They did not worship idols. They were people who were living in Mecca, born in that idolatry. But what happened? They knew it was not right. They knew it did not make sense amongst them was also the uncle of Khadija of the lawn. Right? So what happened? These people they traveled, they left their home, they traveled across the land.

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tends to seek the truth what happened to some manufacturers, Ile de la Horne, who was dissatisfied with the fire worship that he was born into. He wasn't. So this is a proof that prophets are not necessary.

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You understand? Allah did not really have to send prophets in order to guide people. There are enough proofs enough reasons for people do find guidance. So if Allah has sent prophets, what is that an added favor and added mercy, a blessing of Allah subhanaw taala. So people basically have no excuse left now to deny Allah subhanaw taala in Surah Nisa 165 Allah says Rasul and MOBA Shireen, a woman Darina li Allah Kunal Inacio Allah Allah, he had jetten Barreda Rasul that Allah sent messengers as Bringers of good news and as Warner's so that people will have no argument against Allah after the messengers. But what happened? When the Prophet salallahu Salam came, Fela magia

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whom will help to then when the truth came to them, many Rendina from us Galuh they said, Lola, why not? UIA he was given mythlink similar to Matt that which UIA Musa Musa was given. So when when Chiquita Mata when they heard the story of Musa Lisanna

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All right, they said, Well, if Mohammed Salah said them if you are also a prophet, how come you have not been given similar miracles as Musa was given? Right? He was given his glowing hand and he was given his staff. Why not you? How come you have not been given similar miracles? Allah says, Oh, well I'm a did wah and lamb not meaning did they not already? Yak photo they disbelieved, be mad in that which OT or Musa Musa was given min Pablo before meaning if they're demanding miracles, like the ones which were given to mozzarella Sana, well do these people believe in Musa Sana?

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Did the Mushrikeen believe in Musa Sana if they believe in Him, they would have been following the Talat isn't it? They didn't believe in him. You know, this is why it is said in Kunta Ketubah and the Quran that if you're going to lie, then at least remember your lies. Right? That if you were saying that you should have similar miracle to like most artists, and while you already denied Busara Sinha, you don't believe in him. So if you don't believe in Him, even if he was given 1000 Miracles, they don't matter.

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I want me to be my OT or Musa. I'm in Kabul. Kalu they sat me in the machine they said Say Hey Ronnie, tell la hora say hi Ronnie. This is the dual of say her say magic say Ron to magics meaning to actions off to works off magic. They said these two are just two works of magic. Meaning Musa yes even though you who talk about him, he was probably just a magician.

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Right? And they said Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he is also a magician Musa he did magic with his hand and his stick and Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam he does magic with his words with his recitation with his poetry. Say hi Ronnie. These are two works of magic. Tell la hora de la hora they to support each other to la hora from to LA who and notice the Elif at the end what is the LA for what is the LA for dual?

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I think there should be some homework for this assignment that you should find at least 10 words which are Destinia Okay, new unique words. Like we have learned tat Ayni All right. These are all dual Okay, whether they're verbs or nouns doesn't matter. But words which are Destinia okay.

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Anyway, de la hora, they both they both have assisted each other this is from for La Junta, la one from LA LA is back. Okay and to Lawler is to help each other because when you help each other You're basically

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you know, backing up each other. All right. So, this, these are two works of magic. All right, from the same line of magic Quran Tara, that staff this speech and both are just forms of magic, assisting the same cause assisting the same mission while Cardo and they said in Nabi calling Catherine indeed we are for each disbelievers meaning we don't believe in either of them. We don't believe in Musa, we don't believe in Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. I mean this is what the Arabs would say about Musala sunnah and yet they are saying that Mohamed Salah Sam should be given some inner miracles. The reality is that when a person does not want to believe, then he will come up with one

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excuse or another. All right

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Now this I can be understood in a different way also, that I will only UK food will be my OT or mu salmon Pobol did then our disbelieve in what Musa was given before, and they can refer to people of our own.

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All right, meaning Musa was given miracles. But did the people believe just by seeing miracles? Did that happen? No, it didn't happen. Instead, what happened? Kalu they said the people are fit around this, let's say Ron, and this has been read as saturon Okay, meaning two magicians. And who were the two magicians according to them, Musa and Harun that these are two magicians who have to Allah Hara who have helped each other this is a scheme. And they said, We deny both of them Musa and haram both we reject.

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So the people of Makkah are being taught a lesson over here that think about what you're saying, you want that which was given to Musa, do you know what was done to Musa the way you are denying your messenger musasa was denied in the same way.

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The thing is that if a person wants guidance, then he doesn't need to see miracles. He doesn't even need to see a messenger of Allah.

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All right, he doesn't need proofs.

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He doesn't. Because if a person wants to believe the hook is evident, yes, proofs, miracles and all of these things, they do help. They do increase Eman. They do strengthen Iman, but they can never be the cause of emotion. Remember that they can never be the cause of emotion. So if a person says that, you know logically prove to me, give me evidences, just make me understand. You can't make them understand. You can't prove to them

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all right, like Ibrahim or s&m? He asked Allah subhanaw taala that love be any kafer to hear melta Oh my Lord, show me how you revive how you will give life to the dead.

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Allah asked or what I'm to mean, do you not believe? What did Ibrahim or listen I'm say?

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Bella Bala. Of course I do. Well, I can live in the country. But I want my heart to be reassured. Of course. I believe I just want more clarity. I just want more strength in my faith.

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Right. So Eman doesn't come is not a result of seeing a miracle. Okay, Eman comes with accepting

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the truth seeking the truth. Or let's say for to then bring beaky Tabin with a scripture come with a book with a scripture bring the Scripture Mundaring Mila he found from Allah Hua it is meaning that scripture should be

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better guided more guided min Houma then these two which to the Quran and the Torah.

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Okay, meaning if you don't believe in the Torah, you don't believe in the Quran. You don't like though you don't like the Quran? Then what is it that you like? You want something else? Okay? Bring a Book from Allah. And that book should contain more guidance, better guidance than the Quran and the Torah combined. And if you bring something like that, to bear who I shall follow it, because whatever comes from Allah, we follow it in quantum Saudi clean if you should be truthful. So basically, the message over here is what do you want them? What do you want them in order to believe in order to accept for in then if LEM yesterday Bula aka they do not respond to you yesterday, but

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from St. Java Jim nuova? If they're not able to respond to you, meaning they're not able to bring a book from Allah which they won't be able to? Fire alarm then know that Annamma that indeed not but meaning that only yet to be Aruna Hua home, they're only following their desires, they're not seeking the truth. Because if they wanted the truth, they would have believed in the Torah and the Injeel before they would have believed in the Quran now. The fact is that they're not seeking the truth. What is it that they want to do they want to follow their own desires, and the one who follows his own desires woman Ubuntu, and who is more a stray me man than who it Tada Hawa, who he

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follows his desire be lady who doesn't mean Allah without any guidance from Allah.

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Who could be more lost than the one who follows his own desire in Allah halaya dil ko Magali mean indeed Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people, meaning this is not the way of Allah to force guidance on people that a person wants to follow his desire. And he's not allowed to and guidance is forced on him. No, this is not the way of guidance is not that cheap that it is forced down people's necks. The hacker is not that cheap. That it is forced

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down people's necks. It has risen it has honored it doesn't need to be rejected and treated in a harsh way. So in Hola Hola. Hola, como Gali mein? What do we learn in this ayah? That basically, we have two options, there is no third option. One is that we follow the book of Allah.

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And the other option is that we follow our own desires. Either a person is following the book of Allah or he is following his own desires, there is no third way. Absolutely no third way. If a person's life is not according to what Allah has legislated, then it is according to what his own desires, and the one who begins to follow his own desires,

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then who could be more astray than him more lost than him? No one could be meaning the person who follows his own desire than such a person is lost, completely lost. You see any form of ship also? What is that in reality following desire? Right, because those who commit check in reality, they're following their desires because they choose what they want to worship, when they want to worship, how they want to worship, isn't it? They feel like worshiping an animal they will do that they feel like worshiping gold, they'll do that they feel like worshiping something else they will do that whatever attracts them, whatever they like, whatever their desire, that's what they do.

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Islam is the opposite of that Islam is that you surrender to Allah. You surrender to Allah, that your holla your desire, you cross it out, and you do what what your Lord wants you to do, when he wants you to do at the place he wants you to do, and Hajj is basically a very clear manifestation of that.

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So in Hola Hola, como el Amin in total for Cana 43. Allah says Allah eight Amanita hola Illa who Hawa for Antetokounmpo Allah you Akela the person who has taken his God as his own desire? Can you be responsible for him? No, you can't. Meaning Can you save him? Can you protect him? No, you can't.

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And here we really need to think about ourselves. That where the Command of Allah has come and I know about it, and if I'm not following it, then what is it that I'm doing? What am I doing then? What's the other way? I'm following my desires and the worst false god that is worshipped on the earth is which one desire one occurred and certainly was Sol now we have conveyed LA home to them. El Cola, the word La La homea Tada karoun so that they would remember so that they would be reminded what Salah from what salah, okay, while Saad lamb was ALLAH literally means to connect, right? And they'll seal is to join, basically, they'll seal is used for connecting small pieces of rope

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together. So let's say you have like six pieces of rope. Okay, six strands off the thread or rope or something like that. And you connect them one with the other with the other with the other. Okay, so as you've connected all five or six, do you have a longer rope? Now, you do, this is still seen that it was all broken up and you connected it when you connected it there was no gap in the middle.

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All right, before there was gap distance when you connect it there is no gap in the middle. So what occurred was Salah Homolka What does owl mean over here revelation specifically of the Quran that we have delivered the Quran to them how repeatedly,

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repeatedly in meaning that if a certain message has been conveyed through the Quran, it hasn't just been conveyed once. How has it been conveyed?

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Repeatedly, I mean, think about how many times in the past few sutras we have come across a story of Musa alayhis salaam, and this is not the last one by the way. We're gonna go all the way up to the 30th just repeating the story of Musa and Hassan again and again and again. Again and again. The lessons are being taught again and again. Why because we forget to easily la Lomita the Quran so that they can be reminded, and when they can be reminded then they can believe. So what's the message over here? All of these ayat when you look at them, Allah subhanaw taala has left nothing out for the guidance of people. He has created them upon fitrah he has created means that lead

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people to guidance and then on top of that he sent prophets and with the Prophets he sent If miracles and scriptures and the Scripture is also such that it repeats

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Since its content so that people get it when something is repeated again and again and again and it's repeated for like the sixth seventh time you're like fine, I got it. I got it. But again you're reminded again you're reminded why. So that you understand. So Allah subhanaw taala he has left nothing out for the guidance of people. If people are still upon misguidance it is entirely

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their fault it is their choice. So no one can blame Allah subhanaw taala recitation or

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