Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P28 283C Tafsir Al-Munafiqun 3-8

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of the physical appearance of people in culture is discussed, including the use of hush ups, the concept of a culture of fear and discomfort, and forgiveness. The speakers emphasize the need for forgiveness as a means of helping others, avoiding harms and hurtful behavior, and avoiding spending on things that are not important to oneself. The use of money in aftermath of the operation in Afghanistan is also discussed, including the loss of money from treasures and the use of money in the public eye.
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What either ate the home and when you were to see them, meaning the hypocrites, Dorjee Buka. At salmon home, or Dubravka, it would please you, it would amaze you at salmon home, their bodies at Sam plural of Jason, meaning their physical appearance is very impressive. Very impressive. Their physique, their built their health, the way they dress up, the way they carry themselves to Rebekah upsample home.

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Why? Because their entire focus is on what on themselves, on their bodies on their physical appearance. There are duplicate Simon who were in your corner, and if they were to speak, the smart you would listen, leave only him to their word. If they start talking, you would actually listen to what they say. Why? Because their words seem to be very appealing, very convincing, very eloquent. They know how to talk, they use very impressive words, their manner and style is very convincing, very eloquent, such that you would listen on, or that you'd fall for it very easily. You could get convinced by their speech, by their lies, because they lie so confidently. You see, when a person is

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lying, there's a level of hesitation, some nervousness, but here's a person who's saying, will lie. You know, so confidently, they're talking, and they're using such big words Nash hadoo, Nicola rasuluh, how can you not believe that person? How can you not listen to them, thus smartly, coldly him. So here, their physical their outward, their external is being described, that their external is very impressive, their body, their clothing, their manner of speaking, the words they use, very impressive, so much so that you'd never find any fault in it. However, in reality, what are they get a no whom who SHABOOM was another, as if they were who should pieces of wood that are Musa another

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that are propped up, worship is applauded of the word hush up which is used for dry pieces of wood and will Sanada from seen known dal SunOS is to support something must snag is a place of sitting right and Musa nut is that which is supported against something. So for example, if a person is sitting against a wall, leaning against a wall, this is what Musa net. So who should have been was another, like a piece of wood, or pieces of wood that have been propped up

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against something? What does this mean? That they are so weak and hollow inside?

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That they cannot even sit without reclining.

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They appear to be physically strong, physically very able, perfect bodies, well dressed in every way. But on the inside, they're so hollow and weak and empty, faithless that they don't even have the strength to sit up straight. This example is very profound. We'll discuss it in a moment. Once we complete the ayah Allah says yes, Abona they think could last like half an hour lay him that every shout is against them. They're so weak on the inside, that they think that every loud cry is against them, meaning inside, they're cowards. Inside, they're guilty. So every time there is a noise, they think, oh, something's gonna come and harm them. Every time there is a shout, there is a

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call for battle. Or for a conflict. They think it's going to harm them. They're so cowardly inside, homeowner I do. Whoo. Allah says these people in reality are the enemy find that home? So be careful. Be cautious of them. Godzilla whom Allah May Allah destroy them. I'm now used for corn from where are they diluted? How are the hypocrites described here? Their entire attention is on the external, their looks, how they appear, how the sound, how they will be perceived. So they use their words and their appearance to leave a good impression on people. But if you think about it, what is it that truly leaves a good impression on people? Is it your appearance? What is it? It's your

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actions, isn't it? I mean, yes, we remember what somebody was wearing. We remember what they said. But what we truly remember is the experience we had in engaging with them, how they made us feel

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isn't how they interacted with us, or we remember their actions. And it's so amazing how children, they won't even notice what somebody is wearing. They won't even notice what somebody is saying. What they'll remember is the actions that somebody did in front of them. So the entire focus of

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The hypocrites is on the external. So they use words they use their appearance

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to leave an impression and others, but it doesn't work. Allah describes them as propped up pieces of dry wood. What does this mean? We learn different things from this description from this parable that's given here.

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You see propped up piece of wood, a piece of wood, what is its function? What is its purpose? It's supposed to be turned into a table, or a support, right for a table for a piece of furniture, a beam in the wall, a pillar somewhere. But if a piece of wood has been propped up against a wall, what does it mean?

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What does it mean? It's worthless. It's not really serving any good purpose. Because it's so weak that it cannot be used for anything. So it's just sitting there. Right? It's idle. It's useless, it's worthless.

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So first of all, it shows their worthlessness that they're no good, even though they may have the best bodies and the most eloquent tongues, but they're worthless, they're no good. Because they're not producing anything. They're not helping. They're not creating any positive change. What good is your body? If you don't use it, to produce something beneficial? What good is your eloquent tongue or eloquent way of writing? If you're not using it to create some positive change in the world? What good are you? So they're worthless?

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Secondly, what this also shows is that dry wood,

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dry wood,

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piece of wood

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does it grow?

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Does it grow? No. The believer is described as a tree, isn't it? So Ibrahim, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also gave this example. All right, that the believer is like a date palm tree, growing, producing, Giving shade.

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But a hypocrite is described over here as a dry piece of wood, dead, devoid of any moral sense. not useful at all. Another benefit that this variable gives is that piece of wood that is propped up, right, it shows their pride. It shows their arrogance, because this kind of wood, it doesn't bend, does it? It cannot bend a fresh piece of wood, right? A branch or something, a stick that has been taken off of a tree, you can bend it, but this dry piece of wood, you cannot bend it. So it shows their arrogance and their stubbornness. They don't bend.

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And it shows how you know Musa nada propped up against the wall. What does that show that they think very highly of themselves, that they're important. So they should be propped up. But they're like drywood, hollow and useless from inside. From the outside, they look very nice, but inside they're hollow.

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And then we see that some scholars what they have said this refers to the manner in which they would sit in the gatherings of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. They would come just to show that they were there. But where would they be in the front? Somewhere in the middle? No. leaning up against the wall. This interested? You understand? One is that a person is leaning against a wall because they're not able to sit.

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But if somebody has been granted a healthy body, or joopa tsommo, whom

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so physically fit, but they don't have the strength to sit properly. So they have to go all the way to the back and then lean against the wall. But where did your able body go? Where did it go? What happened? Why is it that all our strength is reserved for ourselves and when it comes to serving Allah subhanaw taala we come up with so many excuses. So what has been criticized over here is the manner in which they sat in the gatherings of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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you see in Jumeirah in Salado tomorrow, we are not allowed to sit in certain ways. One of the ways in which we're not allowed to sit is like this, that a person is sitting on the ground with their legs up

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like this and their hands or their arms wrapped around their legs. You're not allowed to sit and do more like this. Not at all.

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When Gibreel came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how was he sitting? Like we sit in the Shahada. This has attentiveness. I'm here to take I'm here to receive

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I'm eager to learn, but when a person is sitting

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with their legs up, right and their arms around their legs, what is this show? Casual,

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isn't it? It's as if a person is sitting in the living room, watching TV. But when you're in the masjid, when you are in the company of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the company of a teacher, than what does that mean? We have to be present physically, mentally in our posture, also eager to learn attentive, unknown, sociable Musa NEDA

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they're being criticized over here. And you see someone who thinks very highly of himself he's described as a dead piece of wood that has been propped up Where did your strength go? Where did your ability go? And so hollow they are weak they are cowardly and guilty conscience they are that yes, I'm gonna call us I had an early him. They're so weakened side that every time there's a noise somewhere in the world, they think it's going to harm them.

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They think it's going to hurt them. So they keep receding they keep taking a step back from the way of Allah. Allah says Humala or do they are enemy. These hypocrites are enemies, because their enemies from inside for her home. So be careful. Be aware of them. They're not loyal to you. So don't share your secrets with them. Do not trust them. Don't be deceived by their external partner whom Allah and now you for Kuhn will either Pilla home and when it is set to them, Thalo Come, come, yes, Darfield lecan Rasool Allah, the Messenger of Allah will seek forgiveness for you.

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What happened, that when these verses were revealed, or the love and obey His crime was exposed, right? His line was exposed, it was made clear that our beloved obey did say those disrespectful things about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and about the Muslims. So the people, they suggested to him that okay, you made a mistake, yes, you even took an oath, a false oath. But you know what, why don't you go to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam and apologize, and he will seek forgiveness for you from Allah and, you know, set the record straight. get this over with, but what did our beloved obey do? He completely refused? He said, No, I'm not going to

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what either PETA home Tara Hello, yes, Dolphin Lacan, rasool Allah offer your apologies clear the matter. The Messenger of Allah will beg Allah to forgive you. What is their reaction? Love Whoa, Russa home they turn their heads aside love whoa lamb while we're lower is to twist something, turn it around, bend it or curve it. Yell Warner l Cena to whom Bill keytab right.

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And why Bill Calam is to distort the language to mispronounce words on purpose to give a different meaning. All right, and over here love Whoa, someone this is to bend the head or to turn the head aside or to shake it back and forth.

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You see love Whoa, tell where it shows repetition. So what this means is that they shake their head repeatedly. Mara BARDA, Mara

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no way and they go on you know, for example, you want to say no to somebody you just shake your head once you say no, right? But if you keep going right left, right, left, right left. What does it mean?

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No way. Don't even ask me. Don't even tell me. Love Well, Russa home. So they turn their head away. Right? Again and again. Why? Because they're not interested in the it's the fall of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam no way and lower also home also shows that they shake their head or they move their head out of mockery. You know when somebody suggests something that you find very silly, you're like, Are you kidding me?

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What do you mean Are you kidding me? So similarly, logo Rosa home? No way. We're not going to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam What are at home and you would see them you're so doona they are evading Sedalia, so do to prevent to restrain so they reject the offer of is to follow your Sedona meaning they reject the offer of is too far. Well one was stuck balloon while they're arrogant. They don't like to come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they're full of pride, full of pride. It is said that when our beloved obey was told to go to the prophets of Allah when he was sent Him and seek forgiveness, He said, You told me to believe I believed he told me to offer Salah I've

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offered Salah you told me there was a cat. I gave him a cat. Now you want me to go prostrate to Muhammad Sallallahu earlier said no. Is that what the Muslims said? Yeah.

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Is that what this suggested? No. They just said go and apologize. And he will ask Allah to forgive you. But he was offended by the suggestion, because he had to humble himself before the Prophet sallallahu where he was saying sorry means admitting that I was wrong. You are right, I am wrong. And going to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and requesting him to ask Allah to forgive me. This is what again humbling yourself. He didn't want to do that. So whether or not I lay him, Allah says it is the same for them. I still Fontella home whether you seek forgiveness for them, um lambda stop Fiddler home or you do not seek forgiveness for them. Whether you are Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam seek forgiveness for such hypocrites or you don't it's the same because layoff it Allahu Allah whom Allah will never forgive them. They don't want forgiveness. They're not going to get anyway.

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Because even if the prophets of Allah who were to send them or to seek forgiveness for them, it wouldn't work. In surah Toba at Allah says is though Fiddler home Olathe stone Fiddler home in the stone Fiddler home Sabrina Mara, filling your fear Allah hula home, whether you seek forgiveness or you don't if you seek forgiveness even a 70 times for them, Allah will not forgive them. Why? Because no one can help a person who does not want to help himself.

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If a person does not want forgiveness, than other people seeking forgiveness for them is not going to work.

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What happened with Ibrahim on his set was Father

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Ibrahim alayhis salam Khalid Allah.

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He said, I am going to seek forgiveness for you my father, and Allah subhanaw taala forbade him from doing that. Because the Father Himself did not want forgiveness. He did not want it. So if he did not want it, his sons is the fall did not benefit him. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is too far would not benefit these hypocrites, because they did not want it themselves. I remember recently, I met a sister. I met her a couple years ago, and she was having some issues in her marriage. And I recommended a couple of things. And I also advised her to go for counseling. So anyway, she went to a marriage counselor. And she said that, you know, after a couple sessions, the

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marriage counselor, she said that, I can't help you. Because you don't want to help yourself.

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So if you want me to help you, you have to be ready to help yourself. So this girl actually got very offended. She's like, What kind of a marriage counselor Are you? Right? You're supposed to fix my problem. Why are you telling me to fix it? I came to you so you would fix it. All right. She got really offended, she stopped going. And then she decided to study the Quran. And Alhamdulillah now that I met her, completely changed, completely changed. I asked her if she went back for marriage counseling. She said no, I didn't have to. Because when she studied the Quran, she wanted to help herself. That's why she went to the Quran.

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And when she wanted to help herself, then Allah subhanaw taala helped her in so many ways that so many things got fixed automatically.

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So this is the key you want to help yourself, only then the things around you can benefit you. If you don't want to help yourself. Other people could cry for you, but it's not going to work.

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So here, Allah says, lair fear Allahu Allah, whom Allah who will not forgive them because they don't want to be forgiven. You see, the brothers of use of RT Hassan.

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They did something so terrible,

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isn't it? Not once but many times in so many different ways.

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But then what happened? They asked their father introduce a fire 97 We learn called lujah Evanna is the Atlanta or our father. seek forgiveness for us is Thorfinn Lana lubaina inner corner Hatha EAN. We have been wrong. So please beg Allah to forgive us. This is the key. No matter what you've done, if you want forgiveness, like the man who committed 99 murders, he wanted forgiveness and Allah pardoned him.

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This is the difference and if a person does not want forgiveness, then nothing can help him. Remember, the believer always wants forgiveness. He admits his mistake. Wanting forgiveness is realizing that we are in need of Allah's pardon. We need to fix things with Allah we need to fix our matters with Allah. Because we need Allah and not wanting forgiveness is saying, I don't need Allah. Like a bliss. What did he do? He said, Oh Allah, or beat Bhima avoid attorney. He blamed Allah He said he

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You will lead me astray.

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Hoon? If you think about it, he could have apologized there, isn't it? He could have sought forgiveness. When Allah subhanaw taala asked him that why did you not obey my order? He could have said, Oh Allah, I beg your pardon. But he didn't. He became stubborn over there, and he refused to apologize. And then he blamed Allah. And then look at how far he went in his transgression.

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And the hypocrites did the same thing. This is why Allah says in Allahu Allah Yeah, they will Coleman faceting. Indeed, Allah does not guide the defiantly disobedient people who is fast the one who crosses limits.

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The hypocrite does not want forgiveness. Why? Because he is Fassett. He has crossed a limit and he is not sorry for it.

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And when he is not sorry for it, then what happens he keeps on Crossing more and more limits. So he's not even given that though feel to turn back and repent, just like IBLEES intro to Toba 67 Allah says in pneumonia Filipina who mold Facetune indeed it is a hypocrites who are faster, who crossed limits.

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So such people are not even guided to Toba and is still far, human Medina. They are the people who yaku Luna who say Latin fuchal Do not spend Allah Mannering, the rasool Allah upon those who are with the Messenger of Allah. This is what our beloved obey and his friend said that when we go back, let's not spend anything on the Mohandro latinfeels Who don't spend on them, Hatha and Foggo until they will disband. In fact, do foul ball blood football, football is basically to break the seal.

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Break the seal,

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think of a wax seal that has dried up when you will break it. How will you break it neatly? No, it's broken to pieces. Right? Even a bottle, there is a seal. Once you break it, then the contents will spill out. They were together, but now they're no longer together. This is fugu. So, in fact, the is when a group of people scatter disperse, each goes his own way. So they say Latin Fuqua Ala Moana in the rasool Allah He had Thai in fact, do all these people who have come into Medina, stop spending on them so that they go away they will be forced to leave.

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Allah says, well, Allah He Kazaa you know, somehow wealthy will to Allah belong the treasures of the heavens and the earth, while our kin and one African ally of cocoon. But the hypocrites do not understand that these foolish people, they thought that it was money that brought them to hygiene to Medina, was it money? No, it was a man.

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It was a man. These foolish people thought that the hygiene were a financial burden on them. Were they a financial burden? Well, apparently there may have been, however, because of the more hygiene, what happened, the strength of the Muslims, it increased. And that led to more provisions, more victories, more gains more success. I mean, what was yesterday, before the prophets of Allah who are he was setting them came it was nothing. Morocco was special. But it was special but Yatra no significance.

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Yes, it was for Thailand. But there were also other places in the hedgerows that were fertile. Right. What was special about the people off yesterday? Nothing really. But when the prophets of Allah who already was sent them came yesterday, it turned into Medina, people came to Medina, you know, when population increases, then what happens? I mean, you need more food, you know that there'll be more trade. Right? So it's an opportunity for more gain. So, then whenever they don't understand that, remember that the monastic is selfish, he does not like to spend on others, he does not like to spend in the way of Allah and he discourages others from spending in the way of Allah

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also. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, do things will not be together in a hypocrite, good manners, and the understanding of religion. These things are not found in a hypocrite. Good manners and the understanding of religion. He doesn't comprehend. Ly have gone they don't understand.

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They think they're very intelligent and smart.

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But they don't actually understand the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Once he said about an individual, that I don't think he knows anything of our deen

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and Who was this man? He was of the hypocrites and the Prophet sallallahu where he was at

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I'm sorry, I don't think he knows anything of the Dean because if he knew anything, he wouldn't be doing such and such.

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What I kindled when I Philippine ally of Cahoon, you see, sometimes we may feel that because we have to spend on someone, they're a burden on us. But you know what their risk is coming from who, from Allah subhanaw taala, not from you, you're not the provider, Allah is sending their risk through you,

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through you, because it's an opportunity for you to gain some urges.

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He could have given it to them through somebody else, or through some other means, but he's giving it through you.

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So don't feel that they're a burden on you, this is an opportunity for you, and realize that they will get what Allah subhanaw taala has written for them, through you or through somebody else, through some other means.

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So when we have to spend on others, realize that they are not a burden on us. Because Allah is a provider, and Allah is our provider also. And it's amazing how sometimes we will hoard things, we will keep them just to ourselves, because we don't want to share we don't want to give to others. But what will happen at the end, we didn't enjoy, they didn't enjoy it. Because it was for somebody else. And when we kept it with ourselves, we weren't able to use it.

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You know, for example, you have some dessert, right? It's a big serving, but you really like it. You don't want to tell your brother about it. Because if he finds out you want to have it. So then what happens? You hide it in the fridge in the refrigerator baseman refrigerator, right behind something else, and then what happens? You forget about it. And by the time you remember and go and get it, it's covered in mold. Did you get to have it? No. Yes.

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Sir, like, I think it depends on like, what perspective we have because like, if we see that, that we're getting is like from Allah, that Allah is gifting us, then it's not hard to give to other people because we don't see it like materialistic whereas like our own, but if we see it as our own, then it's harder to even spend on ourselves sometimes. Exactly.

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Go ahead. Salam Alikum. One sister, she was sharing about sada halter with me she was saying this sister from back home, they call her and they said, You know, I don't have money. I have small children, please help us. And she said Wallahi I don't have she swear. And she have 200 Extra with her. And then she went grocery to buy with a 200. And after she came to the cashier, she couldn't find the 200 I think it's dropped down or something. She lost the 200.

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All of these treasures belong to who? Allah? So if we're holding something back from somebody, what guarantee do we have that we will use it? We can only use something if Allah allows us If Allah lets us

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yaku Luna de se la en surely if Regina we were to return el Medina to the city of Medina, meaning when we get back to the city of Medina, the hypocrite said this on the journey. Lay up Jana. Surely he will definitely expel who will expel a zoo. The Honorable one. The Honorable one. The one with more power and honor is going to expel men half from it from Medina who then the more humble one.

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What does this mean are the Leben obey was implying over here that I am more honorable.

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And Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not honorable. So when we go back to Medina, I'm going to set things straight. And I'm done. So when we get back to Medina, we're going to get rid of the Muslims. We're going to stop spending on them. And these Mahajan are going to be forced to leave. And finally we're going to Dr Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam out of the city also the EU regional our zoom in have a look at this pride firstly against the Muslims and then towards the leader also towards the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also so look at the efforts of the when African their gauge towards ousting the leader getting rid of the leader because the greed is for

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power. Selfishness right now, Abdullah bin obey said this. He actually said this. So what happened? His son, whose name was also Abdullah right and kind of shows the pride of the Libyan obey that he named his son after his own name. Although Abdullah is a beautiful name, right, but anyway, his son was a sincere believer,

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sincere believer when he found out

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When they reached Medina, he stood at the entrance of the city of Medina with a sword.

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And he said, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa Salam is more honorable than you are. And you are not allowed to enter the city even until the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam allows you,

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if he will allow you, then you will enter the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam allowed and only then of the love and obey was able to enter the city.

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We learned that his own son of Allah, he went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he said that I have heard that you want to get rid of my father. It's not true. But he heard these rumors, because are modeled alone one who asked for permission, right? And the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam did not give him the permission. So he went and he said that I heard that you want to get rid of my father, by Allah. If anyone kills my father, I don't think I'll be able to go around the city of Medina, except that I will hurt someone. Meaning if somebody else kills my father, I wouldn't be able to tolerate that. It will be very hard on me. So allow me, allow me to get rid of him. And the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, No, you're not doing that. He's your father. So treat him well. Treat him well. Jaco Lunella Illa Jharna el Medina la Ukri gentle our zoom in * Adele. Allah says well Allah healer is to Willie Rasool Lee he will move meaning honor belongs to who? Allah His messenger and the believers what a Kindle moon if you clean a layer or the moon, but the hypocrites don't know that there's so foolish they don't even know that honor is for who Allah who owns it, it is Allah who owns it, he gives it to servants and he takes it away and he gives it to who His Messenger those who believe in Him so let's listen to the recitation what either

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stone fielack kumawu long long

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long whoa Samuel Morrow meals will dawn our wounds

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stuck below

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a stone

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The stone fibula homeless young female a long

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clean Medina guna Allah

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He had

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do you wanna King and Muna 15

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Yep Oh Nana

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in May Medina Do you know your region mean?

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That one yours only one meaning you know Ala

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Moana 15

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