Tim Humble – 057 – The Tafseer of Surah Naba Part 01

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the historical context of Islam, including the historical significance of the Prophet sallday and the holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy. The speakers discuss the use of the "hasn't happen" concept and the historical significance of the "hasn't happen" concept in relation to the church's worship. They also discuss the historical significance of the "hasn't happen" concept in relation to the church's worship and the importance of the "hasn't happen" concept in relation to the church's culture. The transcript provides insight into the historical context of Islam and provides insight into the historical significance of the "hasn't happen" concept in relation to the church's worship and the importance of the "hasn't happen" concept in relation to the church's culture.
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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam

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ala remember also you're attending Isla mein

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Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he or Sacmi he edge mine

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and my bat before we begin in sha Allah do we need the sister side audio on

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20 Sister side audio on

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we'll just bring the microphone one one second one second just bear with us the second way we connect the microphone inshallah

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that's fine

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okay, that's better. Maybe you can turn it just down a touch. In fact you can turn it quite a lot down for the brother side. And we just keep the sister side for upstairs if you can hear me just need to switch off the speaker upstairs for those people who are upstairs. You just need to turn the speaker off. Just need to turn the speaker off upstairs. Okay. And hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah who are solely Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Jemaine. So we are starting a new Surah today. And this surah that we starting today is our last surah in Jerusalem in Jerusalem. And that is Amaya Tessa Surratt and never

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source and never

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Rahim Allah hota Allah He said your Cullotta Isla muncul on island Mushrikeen fitzer only him on yo milky MIT in QA in Cal on libo who Aicha Amaya to Teresa alone and he never in Alim a, an AU sheet and yet I'm an embryo Kiama well whenever on Oahu and never will Eileen, Yanni l harbor l her il l move where l by l dI.

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He said

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this is even clearer what he said about the AI. He said that Allah the Exalted says about the Mushrikeen the polytheists now remember that most of of the the last part of the Quran, especially the mucky sewers, the sewer, makiya

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is directed towards the Mushrikeen of Quraysh primarily, and those are the ones that Allah is speaking about when he speaks about the disbelievers in the sewers inches ama the majority of it not all of it, there are exceptions, but much of the times that Allah subhanaw taala is addressing the non Muslims he is addressing the Mushrikeen of cooperation.

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he says to them,

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or he says or he tells us Allah subhanaw taala Amaya to settle

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about what are they asking? What are they asking about?

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And another thing

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they are asking about the great news

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and levy whom fee mock telephone that they are deferring over and and they differ with each other about so the first question here is who is meant by

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or what is meant by ye Tessa alone.

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What is meant by ye Tessa alone, ye Tessa alone means to ask each other.

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So people are talking to each other and asking each other about something

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and the thing they are asking about is a never rule out in the great news

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something which is

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important and extremely scary and extremely.

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Any like even Okay, fear, he said I'll hobble her in

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Something which is extremely, extremely annoying cause a fear to the people and the people are asking about it's something very important, very severe.

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So what is it that they are asking about? And are they asking about it genuinely? Or are they asking about it in order to

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reject it, or in order to?

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You can say like from the things that they did when they used to make fun, but when they used to ridicule the religion, and they used to look down upon the religion, so people can ask a question genuinely, and people can ask a question, which is not genuine. So what are they asking about? They're asking about another Arleen

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some news which has come to them something they have been informed about, which is very, very important.

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It's something very severe in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala. So, what is it that they are being asked about? And is there questioning here?

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Is it something which is genuine or not?

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The scholars differed about what is meant by a never will away, they agreed that the people who are asking the question here are the most equal of crush

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the moose record of Quraysh, the disbelievers

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of Quraysh, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent among them.

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They are asking each other

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and genuinely we know from them usually, the situation from them is that most of the time they are not asking genuinely and usually, they are asking like even though Kathy have said in common, they are just they are showing that they don't believe in it. Like, what is this? Is this really going to happen? They don't actually believe that it's going to happen. Okay. What is it two major opinions from the scholars of tafsir?

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Ibn Okay, fear he narrates both of them.

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He narrates both of them.

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He said Carla Qatada, webinars aid and never will Alim l Alberth. Battle Mote. We'll call her Mujahid who will Quran even okay fear he said one of her will or one Nikoli a lady whom Fimo telephone.

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Pay attention. He goes, this one's going to need a bit of thought,

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empathy. And he said cortada and urbanos, eight Rahima himolla. They said that this huge thing, this huge news that they've been given the asking them about it is the resurrection.

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So let me ask you a question. And the question is open to telegram as well.

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What made cortada and even those eight Rahima home Allahu Taala say that the big news here that is mentioned in sort of the Nether is yarmulke.

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Alberth battle mode being resurrected. Why did they think that this is the topic here?

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Anyone in the class can answer. The question is and never will. Eileen is mentioned in the Sora days some huge news has come to them. It's really serious. It's really scary. It's really important. Why did some of the scholars of Tafseer What did they use to say this is a birth Battle Mode is being resurrected after death

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something that's going to come to them is something that's going to come to them Okay, that's a good start. So it's something is going to come to them. Okay.

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like some some of them believe

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that like those people who believe

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the other people they didn't believe, Jimmy. That's a very good point. And we're gonna come to that because

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what you brought as an unset is actually a problem. It's actually a problem. A lady whom fee mock telephone. They are deferring over it. Were the Mushrikeen of Koresh deferring over a bath bath and not or was it the case that the machinery corner of Quraysh all of them said there is no bath?

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Generally, what do we know from them? Generally, from all we've studied in USANA, did they believe in resurrection or not?

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They didn't. And from all of just under they didn't believe in it. So

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Why did Allah say a lady whom fee mock telephone? They are deferring over it, they're not agreeing about it.

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When in reality, they didn't believe in it at all, except there is an answer, which is that those people who said what Catia said they said the same, exactly as you said. They said, there was differences among them. There were people in the machine 18 of Quraysh, who did believe in Altiris, when ashore. And this is a benefit, by the way. And it's important that the Quran was not sent to a single group of people who all had the same aqidah the same belief, actually, you will find some of them believed in resurrection. Some of them didn't. Some of them worship trees, others worship stones, some of them worship prophets, others worship the sun and the moon, and they had different

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beliefs among them. This is important, because a lot of people confuse people when they speak about these issues, by making it out that all of the people the prophets eyes and was sent to all of them had a 100% identical belief, all of them were exactly the same. And that's not the case. That's not the case. Actually, they had different beliefs. So this is one answer is to say that they had different beliefs. There were those who believed in the resurrection and those who didn't.

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However, the answer back to that is the majority of them what was predominant among Quraysh. Like for example, we say yes, there were among them, those people who were Christians, like waka Ivanova. wakad, tena Sala, Philippa heylia, he became a Christian, prior to Islam, but were they the majority? Were they a significant group of the society? No, they were a very small number of people. The majority of them were idol worshipers, the majority of them didn't believe in the resurrection. So still for Allah to say a lady home fee him or telephone, it still feels like

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they were deferring. This was a major point of difference among them.

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But even Okay, feel he said, what you said, even Okay, Thea, that's what he said. He said, a lady whom fee he mocked telephone.

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The reason for this, this Flf is that there were people among them who believed in the resurrection and those who didn't, or people who are more inclined to believe in it and those who were less inclined to believe in it. So people who kind of a little bit more they were inclined towards it people who were less inclined towards it or something like that. But if we come to the statement of Majapahit now who you come to question, this has got a we got anyone in telegram today? We have this has got to come from telegram so they're not asleep. The question is, the opinion of module eight is that the difference they had was the Quran. They differed over the Quran, a levy home fee, mock

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telephone, they differ over the Quran, explained to me how can it be that the Mushrikeen of Christ, the disbelievers of Quraysh, differed about the Quran Ibn katheer He that's why he doesn't go for this opinion. Even Kathy he said well, I thought oh, well it doesn't. I don't see quite how what are they different about but there is a way which you could say that it is it actually makes it more likely that the ayah is about the Quran.

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But what aspect of the Quran were they different about what what can you say that the machine can Kufa

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what were they different about when it comes to the Quran? Let's see who can answer that one on telegram give them a minute

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you got an answer

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they deferred regarding the worship of Allah.

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Possibly it's I don't know, like, I mean, they all they all had times where they worshipped Allah and times where they didn't worship Allah. We're not talking about the worship of Allah. We're talking about the Quran. How can you say they differed over the Quran?

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disbelievers all of them, Kufa all of them how do they differ about the Quran?

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by the same time

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so they use the worship idols or

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whatever. So

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yeah, this is, this is true. This is similar to what they said on telegram the issue of worship, but it doesn't answer the question yet about why they differed over the Quran. Like that not not to do with worshiping Allah, the Quran itself. What did they differ when it comes to the Quran?

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That's the opinion of him and Kathy, but it's not the opinion of Mujahid here, Mujahid said the Quran

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some of their beliefs were the same as the Quran.

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No, we're not talking about the speech of Allah never never came to Christ. This is something that Greek and Roman philosophers and you know, the shy around the people who came after them. They had this issue the metatarsal and people like that, but it wasn't. This wasn't an issue for the Mushrikeen of Quraysh.

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It was excellent. Haha, that is the answer. That is exactly the answer. They differed about why the Quran is not true. Some of them said poetry. Some of them said PSA had He's a magician. Some of them said more Ilm. He's been taught, some of them said Are they said you know, they said he's a fortune teller. They said he is mad a mad person. It's the speech of a mad person.

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They differed over why the Quran is wrong,

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is not true. And subhanAllah if you take the ayah like that, then to me and Allah knows best. I personally believe that this is a stronger opinion than the opinion that even kufuor bought. Because they if they laugh they had over the Quran was at length on Chedid they had so much Aquila, they could not settle on one reason why they didn't believe in the Quran. They couldn't. It was one minute it was poetry. The next minute it was magic. The next minute it was insane. The next minute it was Alki tab. The next minute somebody from the foreigners was teaching the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they had so much if Taylor if not if they laugh in believing it or not believing

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it. They didn't differ over whether they believed it or not. They differed over their reason for not believing in it.

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And this seems to me to be allowed to follow Adam and Eve the more apparent of the idea, because the difference over yomo Kiana and backed by the mote resurrection was very little, most of them rejected. They didn't differ greatly among each other in that. But what they differed in greatly was this statement of this that some of them said

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it is poetry and some of them said that it is the speech of a madman and some of them said that he's been taught

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and so on.

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And this seems to me to be the opinion of Majapahit this seems to me to be the stronger opinion regarding the AI. However, it is possible to join between what Mujahid said and what Qatada said, and say that if we say that their differing was over the Quran, then by default also they differed over what the Quran told them. Because the Quran

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is what came to tell them that there will be a resurrection and it came to tell them to worship Allah and it came to tell them that there will be a resurrection.

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So the fact that they differed over the Quran entails that they also differ over

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Alberth they differed over the resurrection.

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The use of the word never in the higher the surah is called Surah

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Amaya to sat alone or sorta never

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the word and never hear. It's more than

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a hobby. You may Arabic we see a hover. It's just It's news, right information. But news could be important or it could be unimportant. It could be important or unimportant.

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But the fact that Allah subhanaw taala used the word and never, and never is only used for what is important, very important. And that's why I never is one of the root words of

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a noble one, or in Nevada, and noble. In this case,

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like the Kira and Nebby in and Nebby, in with a Hamza

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that this

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never comes from a neighbor, that the word prophet, the word Nebby. Some of them said it comes from the word never, if you put a hammer on end to Kira like that, and Nebby Nebby on

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Nabee on with Hamza at the end, then the meaning of the word Nebby is the one who receives revelation so the word never is used for like why revelation is something very important.

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it also comes from the word noble. It also comes from the meaning of Highness loftiness so the prophet is someone who is has a high status, any profit, any Nebby is someone who has a high status. And a Nebby is someone who receives important information. Important if meaning revelation, so the word never is used for something which is important.

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Even okay, if he he said to Matata, Isla Mottola, Aiden, the moon, karaoke, Yama, Kela, say Allah moon, some McKellar say Allah moon, we didn't answer the question quite yet about why the Scholars who said that the surah that the the news that has been referred to here is that is the karma. They said based on the topic of the sore, they said the whole surah is talking about

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the whole, the whole surah is talking about Yama, Yama, and a bath and I'm sure what will happen to the people when they're resurrected, and so on. So if the surah is talking about that, they said, then that's the that's the, that's the what what Allah is referring to in the beginning. And as we said, we can combine the two and say that

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they were differing with each other over the Quran. And they were differing with each other, to a lesser extent over

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Tolkien. Now the question was sorry, before that,

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Are they genuine in this?

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Nor the in reality, if we're talking about the bath, then it's not a question of someone who's genuine. It's not someone honestly asking someone else. It's not somebody honestly asking someone else like, Is it really true? Is this Quran really true? It's somebody asking who doesn't believe in it? And he none of them believe in it. Do you think it's poetry? You know? No, I think it's the statement of a madman like it's not sincere. It's not sincere. It's not a sincere question that's been asked. They were not looking for knowledge. And they were not asking for knowledge, but they were asking in order to reject

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and that's not unusual for the disbelievers.

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In fact, even within the the Al Kitab, the People of the Book, also the People of the Book mentioned the same thing. Any people came to the prophets to ask questions who are not sincere.

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The Jews came to the prophets Isom in Medina to ask questions, they are not sincere. Who is the angel that comes to you with Revelation if you say Mikhail, then we believe in you and if you say Gibreel will not believe in you. These statements they made they were not they were not coming, sincerely asking for knowledge they will come in in order to reject in order to make a problem.

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Then Allah says can let's say Allah moon? Full McKellar say Allah moon.

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Kela we've spoken about the word killer. It means it's not like you think. Yeah, the word killer. It means it's not like you imagine

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it's a word of rebuke.

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linkup. It's a word of exaggeration. It's a word of rebuking them manner, telling them that what you believe in is false. Kela Salamone?

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From McKellar say aye the moon.

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So Allah says they are going to know at some of the scholars of Arabic they said the sat here instead of sofa, including eating implies that it will be soon and he some of them said this. Not all of them said it but some of them said that the difference between SAT and sofa is that the SAT indicates

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very soon and he soon in soon in a close time. Soon they're going to come to know. Soon they're going to come to know. And not all of them said that

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they will come to know what Allah has prepared for his enemies and what he will do with them. Even Ruggeri Rahim Allah to Allah He said

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they will come to know

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this news

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that they are asking about it.

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They will come to know that it is the truth, and it will definitely happen.

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The statement can let's say Alamo filmer Kelsey Alamo.

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The former here most of them said is not it's not like in order. It's not like they know something and then they know something else. But it's for tacky or Toki tacky. They think they said or Tokyo, that it's to emphasize

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it's to emphasize the fact that they are definitely going to come to know this this will not be hidden from them, they will not this question will come will be answered for them. And this is like even Kathy have said it is worry don't.

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I Kate, what I didn't Chedid is is scary. And it is a big threat. Because a people who are asking a question

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without sincerity. So someone is asking a question. And they're asking that question and they're not sincere. They don't want to know the answer. And then they're told you are going to know the answer to this question. They inside of themselves already know the reality of the of this answer. They are just asking in order to like the sale is steep at any they're asking in order to make it simple. It's never going to happen. Are we really going to be raised up alive and you're telling us when we're born and we're dust, you're going to be raised up alive again, it's never gonna happen. So the way they're saying is they're saying like, it's never gonna happen. And then Allah says to them,

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Keller less eye level. It's not like you think you are going to going to know the answer to that question you asked? Even though you're asking it and you're not serious, even though you're asking and making fun of it, that it's not gonna happen, you are definitely going to know the answer to this question, you're going to know what is going to happen? Thumb, Michela, and for certain you are going to know

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we'll say one more time and Allah doesn't repeat in the Quran. That's the principle we took in Tafseer. Allah does not repeat in the Quran. Everything that is said more than once is said for a reason and a purpose. Because repetitive speech that doesn't have a benefit in it, that repetitive speech is it's not

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befitting for Allah, it's not appropriate for Allah, to say that Allah has repetitive speech that doesn't make any benefit or doesn't have any benefit to it. Rather, each eye has a meaning and each eye has a reason for it, even if the words of the same words. So here the emphasis that they will certainly know. And the sight here, according to some of the scholars of Arabic indicates, in a knee in the near future, in a very, very near time, you people are going to realize the reality of what you're denying.

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And that's why even cathedra he said this is a severe threat.

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And a strong

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a promise of punishment.

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It's a severe threat and a strong private promise of

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Even though Jerry as we said, he said, what they're going to know is they're going to know that really this Quran or whether you say Quran or Yokoyama is true, they're going to know that it's true. And this, if we are talking about the Quran, it didn't even require

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them we're not even talking about for them for the moment of death. So, there are three ways. There are three ways that

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any approximately, that these people could come to know the truth of this matter. The first is, of course, that they die. And when they die, they see the angels and they see they see the punishment of the grave and the reality of this matter and they realize that they were wrong, and they may die in the near term in the near future. Remember, some of these that were threatened with this punishment. They died in the battle of better they died. And in the early days of the the Muslims fighting against them in the time when the Muslims were in Medina

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So they came to know very quickly it didn't was not many years before they knew the reality of what it is they were denying. The other thing is that if we are talking about the Quran,

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as time goes on, in the life of the prophet, so I said, the people can see the truth of it, even if they didn't believe in it before, or even if they didn't know it before, but they can see the truth of it clearly, as people enter Islam into crowds, as Islam become strong as the conquest of Makkah, as all of these things are happening around them,

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at the miracles that they see in front of them, they come to know that this is certainly

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that this is certainly the truth.

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So they may come to know in this life, or they may come to know after they die, and they may die.

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Some of them died very quickly within the, the, the seal of the prophets I send them it was not long before many of these people who rejected the Quran and they rejected the Kiama they died and they came to an all the reality of what it was that

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that they were facing, like in the Battle of godhood.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke to the dead people, the dead, the non Muslims who were killed, and he spoke to them.

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And this was a time when as a miracle, Allah cause them to hear. Normally they don't hear in the collateral smear or motor you can't make the dead people here. But in this case they heard when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to them in the Battle of her during the Battle of better I forgot which one when he spoke to them and he said that we certainly found our promise, the promise of Allah to be true or words to that effect.

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Allah subhana wa Tada

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he begins to tell us some of the signs of His power.

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And normally what's the reason why Allah tells us the signs of His power in the in the mucky solar's most of the time, it's to show that the resurrection is something which is true.

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And this supports the opinion of urban Kathy

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that the meaning of a neighborhood Eileen is the resurrection.

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It supports the opinion we can feel because now Allah subhanaw taala says LM Nyjah Aileen Adame Harada

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LM Naja Eileen Agha

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me had

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Have We not made the earth arrest in place

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a place to live a place of like Menorca even Kathy Rahim, Allah to Allah He said, he said the rule and let him call upon Sakina turn saboteur, we made it a place which is stable and a place which they can live in an a place which has been subjugated for them and a place for them to stay in for a time Have We not made the earth

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me had

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Have We not made the earth as a place for them to stay a place for them to rest

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and we know that this is from the evidences which shows the power of Allah subhanaw taala in order to show the resurrection because at the end of all of these things that Allah mentions, Allah says in naomh Well firstly, can me quarter

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that after all after seeing that, did we not make the earth and then Allah tells us all of the things that he did

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for people on this earth and what he provided for them and then Allah says in naomh Well firstly, can me quarter that the day of separation the day of piano the day when the people will be separated. This is has us a set time. It has a fixed time in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala

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And we had

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this word

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it's like what you put,

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like they say, my you borrow this Sabi and what you put like for

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you know what, what you put that a child, like a baby or something, they sleep on it and they, you know, they sit on it and they play on it like

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a mat like a mat or a like a mattress or a bed or something like that not like any, like

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what do they call it like, like the mat that you put down for the children to play on the baby, they sleep on it and they sit on it and they play on it and they rest on it. And it's a place of comfort and a place of rest and a place of play and a place of sitting and uplit like it's it's a place where you can stay a place where you can stay and so that's the comparison has been given to the earth that you've been given a place that you can sleep on you a place you can you can earn your living a place that you can you know, you can meet with people and you can it's been provided for you this earth like that LM nature outta me had.

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So people what do they do?

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In the people, they travel, they sleep, they sit, they look for what benefits them they work and so on and so forth. And Allah subhanaw taala has placed the as an appropriate place for them to live and I think maybe that's the best translation you could give. It's an appropriate place for them to stay until if

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and it's second like Kathy said, it's it's settled. Could you imagine if you were living on a land, which is in a constant state of earthquakes, you know, like constantly shaking, it doesn't sit for you. So you imagine how will you you know, how would you be Subhanallah like you find yourself that you can't walk out of the door you you fall over you know, this earth is a place which is settled for you. Allah has made it firm for you Allah subhanaw taala has made it suitable for you to live on and suitable for you to rest on and so on.

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Well G Bella altered

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altered we spoke we spoke about it

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which Surah did we speak about the altered in it

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which which which?

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Which solids? Anyone remember we spoke we spoke about it?

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So the fetcher spoke about it spoke about Firaon right.

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We spoke about Fatone

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who is bull otet in Fishtown was described outside we know they are the the pegs or the stakes that you put a tent up with you hold a tent up with like if you drive a stake into the ground, a big stake into the ground like a big a big pointed wooden piece or metal piece and you drive it into the ground this this is what they call out at out at so Allah says that he made

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the mountains

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are steaks or pigs

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or evil okay feet he said

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a gyla her let her out Tada. He made the mountains are stakes for the earth. And he is if that is if you were putting if when you put your tent and you drive the stakes into the ground so that the tent stays firm. The mountains are driven into the earth like that. That's how Allah subhanaw taala describes them. So because of the mountains, so it becomes the it it

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he said had a second it while I'm polyp Beeman la ha the earth becomes still and it doesn't shake because of the mountains.

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The earth become still and doesn't shake because of the mountains

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wahala cannot come as larger.

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And we created you as wotja. We created you in pairs. Ibn katheer He said veka on one sir. Yes cemetery or coulomb coulomb min Houma Bill AHA

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We have a tendency to be VALIC

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Allah created you as pairs, pairs means male and female. And the meaning behind that is Allah created you in pairs that are suited for each other and he's a man that is suited for the male the suitor for the female, the husband and the wife.

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This creating new in pairs and creating the two genders male and female. This is from the big blessings the great blessings of Allah subhanaw taala Allah said women AR T and Haleakala coming unforeseen come as virgin Lee Tesco Ilia. From the signs of Allah is that he has created for you from yourselves spouses

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and so that you may find tranquility with them or Jai levena kamoa Ditton Warhammer and he's placed between you love and mercy in FE Valley killer ayat in the economy at avocado there's Ayat for the people who think

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so the fact that Allah has created you in pairs, and he's created

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for you, the the spouse, so the husband and wife and then from them they have children and then through that the human race carries on a tunnel so you have that people have kids and they have kids and they have kids and so on.

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This is the meaning of wahala gonna come as wotja we created you in pairs husband and wife male and female

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watch I know Macomb Sebata

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even Okay, Thea he said a call to action. Lil halacha li tak sola Raha min castrati? I tell dead we're sorry filma eyes fi LD na.

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He said that we have made

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we have made your sleep Sebata

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we've made your sleep Sebata and means to rest

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a means to rest cut Anil Harca so it stops you from any you don't move any when you sleep. So baton even can be reserved. katal Harakat means you don't move you when you sleep, you don't like it while you're awake. You're always going everywhere you stand up, sit down, move over there over here, go to the masjid come back from the masjid you're always moving around when you sleep

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you don't move at all

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you don't move at all hot on little halacha

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so, that you may find rest from all of the efforts that you make in

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the things you need to do in your life during the day.

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And he said this has already been mentioned in salt alpha

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and this Shabbat and in the word Shabbat the word Shabbat itself a comes from the word of Raha it goes back to the meaning of a Raha finding rest and tranquility

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and for this reason,

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any for this reason

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you have the word

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except in the name acept.

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And like how Allah azza wa jal said if T him return home Yom Acerbity him should run

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while yo malaria spear tuna letter T him

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and he the day of accept any in the meaning that that comes with the meaning of cept in for them. It is a Raha the day of resting any for the whole day and is the day of resting and the day which they they don't do their actions he and he saw the same word Sebata here we have made your sleep

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What's your underlay Lally versa?

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We made the night Libertas

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we made the night as a clothing

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how is it that Allah subhanaw taala describes the night time as a clothing

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What's the meaning of that that Allah describes the nighttime as a clothing with Jana Leila Lee bursa

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And where has this meaning already come in just two questions What's the meaning that Allah has made this night as a clothing

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where has this already come into

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the night covers the day okay

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why a clothing though

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darkness is not necessarily a clothing

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okay to protect you to protect you, there is another word also we think of here

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yeah, it covers it covers everything up right. A clothing the the the

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the meaning of the word Libous is something which covers you write it covers you up

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you worry so article, worry shallowly basswood, Toccoa valleca hire any Allah made clothing that covers up covers you up so the night time it covers and it conceals yes

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yeah, that's it that's what I was looking for in Surah Lail that's where we already talked well lately there Yaksha when the night when it it covers it covers up even okay theater he says A covers people up with its darkness.

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And its blackness

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as Allah said well lately either

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Yaksha or he said well lately either y'all share her in Surah Shams, we already spoke about it as well.

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In Allah already Allah subhanaw taala swore by it. He swore by the darkness when it covers and this is part of

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and this is part of the power of Allah subhanaw taala

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is part of Allah subhanaw taala his power.

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I'm thinking of the idea what I'm thinking of the eye

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I'm thinking of is

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in Sora, a source of consciousness that I am thinking of called our atrium in gyla Allahu Allah Kumar Laila Salma Danila yo mille Qiyamah men Isla Han Hyrule la Hiya, TiECon Bill Leah FLH a smartphone.

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Pull our ATM in general Allahu La caminhada Salma Danila Yeoman Tiana men Isla Han V ro la hiya t can be laid in Tesco Nona fi FLL to pursue

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say do you see if Allah made the night time last forever?

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Until your multi Anna, which God would bring you light do not here. Do you see that if Allah made the daytime last forever until your multi gamma, which God would bring you a nighttime in which you can rest? Do you not see?

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So Allah subhanaw taala This is from the power of Allah azza wa jal

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is from the power of Allah subhanaw taala.

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As Qatada said, * lady Besa a second out we made the night Libertas as meaning we made it peaceful. So outside the set

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and he caught inside Jubail and others.

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And these two go together.

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These two go together

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because of the darkness and the covering, because the Libous is what covers you. Clothing covers you and the darkness covers you. It causes you to be tranquil, actually, that's something that

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has changed you know Subhanallah it's one of the things that in our time today

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it's going against the fistula right with these you know the all the electric lighting and what have you that that when the darkness comes in some places when the darkness comes people start going out if people start going out and there's nothing forbidden about you know once Margaret once Margaret time has gone apart from Maghrib time which is disliked but anyone's the type of mockery of his past and people go to the salon and so on. But the sooner generally and what the people were upon until very recently in very recent times that people when the darkness would come people would rest that was the time to to rest and the time for prayer the night prayer and the time for you know some of

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them seeking knowledge by candlelight but they would that was a time of tranquility and a time of rest and only now yeah neither people nor stay up until the early hours of the morning going out here and there and everywhere

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boy John, how Marcia

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would you I'm in the house, Hara,

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meaning Allah has put the day time for amaresh

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Allah has put the day time for you to be able to live in it, for you to be able to do the things that you need to do to be able to, to be able to live and he made the day for your livelihood, you could say Allah has made the day

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for you to live in it for you to earn a living for you to do what you need to do in the daytime. And that's one of the things and he this these two IATA one of the evidences that we mentioned in Ramadan

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you know, to criticize those people who they spend the whole day asleep

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and then they spend the whole night awake but not awake, praying and any they just spend the night awake, just they they they sleep the whole day. That's not what Allah subhanaw taala made the day for and what Allah subhanaw taala made the night for he didn't make the day in the night for this. He made the night to cover you for you to rest in and he made the day for you to earn your living in and your livelihood in math doesn't mean that it's forbidden to earn a living any night for those people who work at night but it's not the answer. It's not what Allah subhanaw taala made normal for people and that's why even now working people who work night shifts, they have hot health issues

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right generally speaking, I work in night shifts not not good for you. And that's different from praying at night praying at night is different. But somebody who works all night and they work all night and sleep all day. It causes a lot of health issues that are well documented because Allah subhanaw taala didn't make the night time for working and the daytime for sleeping even though it's not forbidden but Allah didn't make it for that and so when you do the opposite you find difficulty in yourself and you find it hard in yourself

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even Okay, he said we made it and Allah subhanaw taala made it machinery can Monier on mobilya

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full of light

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the word Masha doesn't mean full of light. When even Cassia said full of light, he means we made the daytime a place for you to live. And the reason it's suitable for you to live and earn your living is because it's full of because it's full of light. So the Tafseer here is not the Tafseer of the meaning like Ibn katheer is not seeing the meaning of Masha is mashallah Khan moneyline Modi

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it's it's not the meaning that it's full of light. But what it means is that it's the time for you to live and earn your living. And the reason you can live and earn your living and you can get your jobs done in the day is because of the light that Allah has placed in that daytime and we mentioned the iron circle cos that if Allah subhanaw taala made the daytime last forever, who would bring you a nighttime and if Allah made the nighttime last forever who would bring you bring you a daytime

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so he said

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Leah Tama can a nurse who Minetta soveral Fifi with the hubby will Maji lilmar Ash, what tech so what tgr was at Dallek

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Allah made it possible for people to be able to go and do the things to come and go to earn a living to do business and other things. Allah made it possible to do this in

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The daytime

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So what Allah subhanaw taala mentioned here was the fitrah that's what is natural for people. It's natural for people to work hard in the day, and it's natural for people to want to rest in the night. Aside from as we mentioned, the things which I mentioned the nighttime like praying at night and, and so on.

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And the fact that people go against that fitrah today, it doesn't, it doesn't have a ruling attached to it, but it's not something that is necessarily a natural to you as a person. And that's also any we can take from that. We also saw injuries and if we're wrapping up our themes, which was Anna, we're wrapping up the meanings we took from Johanna, we saw the benefit of getting up early and going to bed early. And generally speaking, Allah subhanaw taala was the times that he swore by, he swore by Aloha, early part of the morning, he swore by Al Fajr.

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The dawn when it comes this time is the most Baraka forgetting worked on the most baraka and there is a Heidi some of the alumni said it's authentic. Some of them said it's not authentic, the Hadith bordie Kelly on multifeed feeble Correa, the baraka of my OMA has been put in the early morning, early morning. And we heard that many examples of that in the Tafseer of Juliana, where we can take from it the value of working in the early morning and getting up in early morning, as opposed to sleeping after after fajr and then losing most of the morning, and then staying up late in the night time. It's not the fitrah even if it's not forbidden, it's just not what Allah subhanaw taala made

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natural to people.

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And you can take that from this idea because Allah subhanaw taala said, We're Jana, Laila Ali bursa WA and how am Asha, this is what we made the night for, and this is what we made the daytime for.

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And the fact that Allah made the nighttime le bus a clothing doesn't contradict what Allah subhanaw taala told us about the night prayer, because what's the benefit of the night prayer? Like what makes the night's press or special?

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What makes the night prayer so special?

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is the time of a new rule. And Ilahi right the time when Allah subhanaw taala descends to the lowest heaven the last third of the night, but it's a time where you're covered and concealed. Maybe nobody knows you pray, you know, nobody knows if you pray or not. You pray in them in the darkness of the night everybody else is sleeping you show your commitment to Islam. And you pray at a time when you are covered up by the night. There's not you know, you're trying it's a time of tranquility it's a time of peace and it's a time where you're covered up. There is no one to see you. It's time of sincerity as well. So that doesn't contradict what Allah said we made the night time as a as a

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What Benina Faux kakum Saba and she died her

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and we built all the you seven she died at seven strong any seven strong heavens

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seven strong heavens

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even curfew he said a semi what a 750 say how was the fairy? How come he how was it Connie? How what is Jeannie? Haben kawaki I swab it was CRR

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he said the seven heavens. They are so huge. I remember Subhanallah I went to Macau and I went to that I don't know if you've been to Macau they had that they have the clock tower and inside they have a museum about the universe or they had for a while I don't know if they still have it but it was about the universe and they had like some pictures of that of the of space and the stars and law when you see how vast it is. How huge is a Subhanallah we're talking about now, people are talking about you know the moon talking about Mars and the people with the furthest vision and he they are talking about sending a you know a probe to Mars or sending people at some point to Mars. This is

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nothing any this is like next door compared to the size of the universe. So really when Allah subhanaw taala described it as Sarah and she died and seven strong heavens is vast. Like that's why even defeat he said 50 Sorry, what Tifa how vast they are and how high they are. Why?

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Have me however it's cardio and how they've been made and they've been, they've been they've been done so perfectly. And how they've been decorated with the stars. The stars that are thrower bit that stay in their place. And the stars that are say your life they move around in some stars move in the sky, and some stars are fixed have a fixed position in the sky.

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Well, he had a call with John Siraj and we're hija we made CLR Jen, we're hija we made Sirajuddin we're hedger. A burning lamp. Siraj

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Suraj is a lamp

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and we're Hodge is a lamp that is burning burning bright. Even Okay, theity said a shrimps and money. Allergy Amelia Island. Allah Jamil Adam

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Letty Etowah allottee yet our hydro boat highly added of the Kulim the sun the light of the sun reaches the whole earth, everybody on earth from the light of the sun.

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So Allah subhanaw taala gave the example of the Sun as the example of a lamp, but it's not a lamp that lights up a place it's a lamp that lights up the whole, the whole world

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the word were hedge.

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The scholars of Tafseer they say it has two meanings. It has the meaning of algebra and the meaning of Alhambra both together something hot and bright.

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So really, you could say Siraj and we're Hajer a hot

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or a burning a burning lamp or burning in the sense it's hot and it's bright it's bright and it's hot

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even Jerry said something very similar Rahim Allah Tada.

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It's like it's fueled, fueled and full of light.

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Then Allah azza wa jal said weapons and ammunition more CRRT MA and fed jajah.

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And We sent down men and more Sirat.

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From the rain clouds. Man said Georgia pouring water.

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Lino hurry JB, he had been one of the better. So we may bring forth grains and vegetation. We're generating alfalfa and gardens, which are intertwined. The growth of the plants grow into in between each other.

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In Naomi and foster Academy kata, we're going to go back to when Zen Amin and Marcy allottee mountain fed GA, but we're going to do it next week in sha Allah. But we just want to understand the context of what Allah said. So Allah mentioned all of these things, why? To show his quota, to show his power over his creation. And that if Allah subhanaw taala, the one who did what the one who laid out the earth as a place for you to live in the one who made the mountains as pegs or stakes, the One who created the male and the female and made it possible for them to live together and have children together. The one who made the your sleep arrest, the one who made the nighttime a clothing

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for you, the one who made the daytime and opportunity for you to earn your living, the one who built the seven heavens above you with all of their vastness and their strength and their severity, the one who placed the sun as a burning lamp, the one who sent down pouring water from the rain clouds, the one who brought forth the green and the vegetation, and the one who gave you gardens where the plants grow into one another in nail Mel foster Academy, kata all of that all of that was for one reason, that entire discussion, all of it is in order to show the power of Allah to resurrect mankind, the one who can do all of those things. Is it hard for him to resurrect mankind? No, it's

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not hard in a moment firstly, can me Akata the Day of Judgment is at an appointed time. So insha Allah Who to Allah next week, we will cover

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ones that mean and more CRRT Merton said jajah. We will start from there in sha Allahu taala. But we understood that the context of what Allah subhanaw taala is saying up to now all of it is to do with proving his power to resurrect people. That now takes us back to another RV.

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And we said that the opinion of Ibn katheer which is the opinion of Qatada, no Zaid Rahim Allah Tala that never will, Alim his yarmulke is a birth when no show because the whole of the surah is talking about Allah's power to resurrect people after they die.

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And so another one of them is either

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a bath when the show being resurrected or another will Alim is the Quran, with what the Quran contains in terms of the the promise of resurrection, and what will happen to you after you die. So that brings us to the end of the class, but we'll see if we have any time for questions or any quick questions. Yes.

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Have a question about the sun, if you was told was that like,

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the definer of the sun? Like how would you describe it? So is the sun

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like newer or it is newer? or above the fire? Like because as far as we know,

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I will still okay. So if you burn something, like I don't know what to call this in English, but if you put the glass on it, so the fire will off? Because there is no oxygen inside that the megawatts. So in the summer, we see like,

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like the scholars like those people who search for information about the summer everything like the whole planets, they say, so there is no oxygen, like, yeah.

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Why would you want is like steel burning?

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I understood your question. I understood your question. So if we look at how the Quran describes the sun in the moon, the sun is described as a burning light CLI, Jen, were hija. Even Jerry, he said something like he said,

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he said that it has like a walk, it has like what code has like a bird like a fuel of its own. It has its own fuel. So the word we're hedge is used for something that is burning. And something something which is burning, and something which is bright. But the word nor which is used for the moon is not only not used for that, always. So the idea that the moon reflects the light of the sun or the moon,

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it shows the light from the sun and it's lit, its lit from the light of the sun. There is no issue with that, in fact, the word node would any would support it and it wouldn't go against it. That because the ALA Swan tag describes the moon as Nora it's, it's a it's a light. But the word he uses for the moon is different from the word he uses for the sun. For the sun, he uses a word that it's burning. And for the moon, he doesn't use the word that it's burning. So the moon is a light without burning. And the sun is a light which is burning. As for how it's burning, they say it's because of nuclear lady that like nuclear or whatever they call it energy or something like that.

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And it's the fire of the of the of the atoms, whatever it is like burning fusion or whatever. But in the Quran, it doesn't we don't get that like it doesn't. It doesn't give us that much detail. It just tells us that it's burning. It's burning, it's burning, and it's light. So there's light and there's heat. Whereas the moon, we don't get heat from it, we just get light from it. Like as if it is just like a mirror that is reflecting something else. It doesn't burn itself it just provides light nothing else. And that would seem to agree with what we are told by people about to sun in the moon, that the sun is a ball of fire where there is this like nuclear type of reactions and burning

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is happening and the moon is not on fire. But the moon is just reflecting the light of the sun that would seem to agree with the words that are used in the Quran doesn't have to be exactly but the words used in the Quran is that the sun is on fire and the moon is not

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The moon is just a light that it it just provides light but it doesn't provide fire or or heat and Allah knows best.

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Do we have any other questions for today? Do we have any questions on telegram

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the spouse is being created from themselves. There are two meanings to this. One is the meaning as it relates to Adam. That how work was created from the rib of Adam

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from the bent bent rib.

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So how what was created from Adam

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that's one meaning. The other meaning is that your spouse is not a different species to you. Does that make sense? She and your wife is a human and you are human and Allah made you this from each other and you are the same

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the same species the same type of thing and you're both human beings

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and Allah subhanaw taala didn't make it that there is a human being and there is something else or the Aman is something and a woman is something else. Allah made both from the same

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the same species the same people in both of them are human beings that's one meaning and the other meaning is that how it came from from the rib of ad

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that's those are the two that come to my mind in the Tafseer of the Iron Men and fusi come

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from yourselves meaning not from I think that this even okay feel if I'm not mistaken he said something like not from someone not from something else in your wife wasn't made from some like that she is something something different to you.

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So Allah created within human beings within the human race Allah created males and females

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wahala Konerko as well.

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Is that the end of the questions? Okay, in that case, we'll stop inshallah. 20 minutes we have Asia prayer. That's what Allah is legitimate. Easy for me to mention. Allah knows best wa Salatu was Salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala and he also happy ah, mine

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