Tim Humble -Seekers of Knowledge 040 – Tafseer of Surah Al-Burooj #02

Tim Humble
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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi h mine

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so today inshallah Allah we will finish the Tafseer of sorbitol Borge.

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And we finished last week by talking about the Hadith of the boy and the magician and the king

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which is said to be the explanation of quoted as horrible. Nasty dirty la code is Humala, her crude or home alone I've been meaning to shoot.

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It said that these ayat are explained by the Hadith and we read the Hadith in Sahih. Muslim, the Hadith of the young boy and the raw hip, the monk and the king and the magician.

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What I don't know if I mentioned at the end of that particular class, I'm not sure if I mentioned or not. But one of the things that he said is, if you remember, the king tried to kill the boy in the end, and he tried to throw him from a mountain. And in the end all the people who threw the boy and the boy made to Allah to Allah McPhee, alemannic Fini him be measured. Or la Fini, him,

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Fenian be measured, or LA, suffice me against them with whatever you will. And the people who tried to throw him from the mountain themselves fell from the mountain and the boy returned to the king. And then again, the king sent him into the sea. And they took him on a huge ship, they tried to drown him. And again, he said, a lot of muck feeding him

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be mash it, or a lot, protect me, or suffice me against them with whatever you will. And all of them drowned. And he was the only one who the boy was the only one who survived. So he returned back to the king. And he said to the king will not be able to kill me, unless or he said to him, I will inform you how you can kill me.

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And he said that you gather the people together. And you take your arrow and your bowl, and you say, in the name of the Lord of the boy Bismillah Allahu Allah,

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and you fire the arrow, and then you will kill me, the boy sacrificed himself.

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It is said that this was an hour talk a little bit about the wire of his heart.

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It said that this was in the time of Christianity, and in the time after Easter Island, salatu salam.

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And when the arrow was fired, when the arrow was fired, the boy died. And because the king had said

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Bismillah bilgola, in the name of the Lord of the boy. And because of what the people had heard about what had happened, everyone accepted Islam, everyone believed, and the king actually his entire plot failed, because he was wishing and hoping to kill the boy. And in the end, he was able to kill the boy but at the cost of everybody accepting Islam. Then he commanded for the trenches to be dug, and for the people to be burned in them.

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It said that the people threw themselves into the trenches. In other words, like the boy sacrificed himself for the sake of Allah.

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And he ultimately informed the king how to kill him.

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But the consequence of that was that everyone accepted Islam. Likewise, the people who the trench was dug for, they threw themselves in it willingly, to the point where a woman she had her child and she was reluctant to jump into the fire. And the child spoke Allah, Allah caused the child to speak, and the child told the mother to jump into the fire. And those people they died in the fire and Allah subhanaw taala. This is said that this is the Tafseer of the ayah. There isn't a direct evidence to link the story to the ayah specifically, but it's very clear that there are clear parallels between the story and the I What does link the story in the ayat specifically is the

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narration of what is happening

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in the Sierra gremolata. And this narration is like it's, it's like the normal narrations in the Sierra.

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However, this mentions the story differently from the narrator

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For a Muslim, which is the authentic narration, or the most authentic narration is the one in Sahih Muslim. The story is mentioned differently from his heart. And he mentioned a number of extra details. But one of the things he does mention is that this is that this is the reason these

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these ayat were revealed, as well even though cassiel Rahim Allah to Allah Ignacio, he mentioned, this

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Hadith, the Hadith in Sahih, Muslim, he mentioned the Hadith in his Tafseer.

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One of the things that you can take from this is a sebat, being firm and being steadfast in times of trial, and how a man changes a person. And you look at the beginning of the story of this boy and how this started off, you started off learning, setup, learning magic,

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training to be the replacement for the magician by which the king controlled the people.

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And when a man entered into his heart, and Allah azzawajal guided him, he was able to achieve a huge amount in calling the people to Allah. And ultimately he sacrificed himself for that purpose.

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Likewise, the people who only had believed a few hours or days ago, were able to throw themselves into the fire and to be patient with being burned alive because of the strength of their Eman. And that shows you the strength when a man enters into the heart of a person.

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When a person becomes Muslim, and a man enters into their heart, and they become strong and firm in it, look at what a person can achieve and look at what a person can do and look at what a person can be patient with.

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Despite the fact that those people might have had an excuse.

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It said, in some of the some of the scholars some of the people of knowledge they mentioned that prior to Islam, being threatened with losing your life was not a reason to

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need to pronounce words of disbelief. In Islam, this is something which a lot of Joel has allowed to the Muslims, that when they are being tortured, or when they fear that they are going to lose their life. And the threat is very severe. And someone says, if you don't say you are a Christian, or if you don't say that you are not a Muslim, and I will kill you so on, then this is what Eliza gel revealed about in the Quran, the one whose heart is more common in numbers, and their heart is completely settled with a man in lemon, okay, except for the one who is compelled and forced to do so. And their heart is palpable, who multiply in numbers, and their heart is full of a man. So this

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is said to be something that was unique to Islam, and to the time of the Prophet. So I said that Muslims were allowed to say words of disbelief if their life was threatened, or if they were

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in fear of their life. As long as that was something that they did to save their life and their heart was full of emotion.

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However, some of the scholars also mentioned that this could have been an excuse for these people, that these people could have said the same thing. They could have said our hearts were full of Amen. We will renounce our religion just for the purpose of being saved from the fire. However, they jumped into the fire willingly in order to sacrifice themselves for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And it is said in the narration of urbanists hack, that they were around 20,000 people who were killed in those trenches. Portilla as herblock told

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the people who dug those trenches were cursed by a loss of data.

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Moving on, then, we come to the next idea

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in the Latina federal meaning minute, from melomania to boo fella home, Agha boo Johanna, what are the headings?

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The first thing we're going to deal with is the word fat and

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in levena, fetta mean in our minute.

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fat and generally can mean fitna, the word fitna

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indeed those people who put the believing men in the believing women to trial

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it can mean pfitzner like that. However, you

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can also specifically refer to burning with fire. Because the word fat No, is specifically used in some situations in Arabic, for burning something with fire in order to test its purity.

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So, for example, you can say so such a thing about gold,

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you can say

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that the person, they, they put the gold in, they melted the gold or they put it in the fire, in order to see its purity.

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And that meaning is appropriate here, because Allah subhanaw taala, having spoken about those people who tortured the believers with fire, that they were tortured, and it was known those who were pure, and those who are sincere, those who are people of a class, a man, they were known and separated from the disbelievers. However, it appears that the eye is more general than that. The scholars of Tafseer they differed as to whom the ayah is referring to.

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And the main reason they differ it really, is to do with the statement from millennia to, indeed those who put the believing men and women to trial, and then they did not repent. Fela, Hamada boo Johanna, they will have the punishment of Jana, before we talk about the punishment. So here we want to talk about the fact that so Melania tube, and they did not repent, some of the scholars of Tafseer they took this as a hubbub as a statement of fact, the people who put the believers to trial and then they did not repent. They tried to believers, they did not repent. And in that case, there is no harm in relating the fitna to the fire to being the same people of us habit of thought the

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people who dug the trench. However, some of them took for millennia tubu as a, an invitation to make Toba.

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In a sense of

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those people who put the believing men and women to trial, and they haven't made Toba, they haven't made tober, meaning that there were a people who put Oh, there can be a people who put them to trial and they made Toba or there is an invitation to invite them to make Toba. If that is the case, then the IR refers to the kuffaar of Quraysh, Who taught you the Muslims. And so now, it is possible at least that this ayah now changes the topic from the topic of us herbal Toad, who were tortured, and who passed the test

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to the Muslims who were being tortured in Makkah by the disbelievers from Croatia.

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And that this ayah is inviting the people of Quraysh who were torturing the Muslims to make Toba

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and telling them, that those people who make Toba they Toba will be accepted.

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Their Toba will be accepted. As for those who didn't make Toba and who torture the Muslims and put them to trial, whether through fire or through something else, fella home Agha boo Johanna, these people will have the punishment of Jana.

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In reality, even if the ayah is not directly saying for them to make Toba, there is no doubt no doubt that the general meaning of the ayah applies to the people have courage, even if the ayah is speaking about the people of us horrible or

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because they are horrible or to to other people who dug the trench. And they put the believers to trial. And they didn't make Toba. The and the reverse understanding is that if they had made Toba, the Toba would have been accepted by Allah.

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That's the understanding of the ayah. Even whoever it refers to whether it refers to Croatia, it refers to us herblock dude, the people who dug the trench. The essence of the idea is that if they had made Toba they Toba would have been accepted. And that's why the IR comes under the category of AI at our job, the IR which gives you hope, that so Pamela for people to kill 20,000 people and torture them because they were believers, that still if they had made sincere Toba to Allah, Allah would have accepted the Toba.

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Allah would have accepted the Toba killed 20,000 believers because

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Have nothing no crime except that they had believed in Allah. What might not come home in home Ella and you know, Bella and Aziz and Hammett. They believed in a lot as easily.

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Nothing else. That was the only crime.

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The only alleged crime was just believing in Allah. And they tortured them, and they killed them. And still if they had made Toba from that Allah would have accepted it over. And that shows you the power of Toba. And it shows you how important it is and how significant it is in the sight of Allah, that there is no sin that towba doesn't reach if you make it sincerely, and if you bring its conditions, and that includes stopping what you're doing, and feeling regret, and intending never to do it again and making up for what was done. If it's possible to make it up make up for it.

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If Toba is brought sincerely metabo tab Allahu Allah, whoever makes Toba, Allah will accept his his Toba. So some of the scholars of Tafseer they continue this is a continuation of what is being said, ie that it refers to us herbal or toad.

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And some of them directly applied it to the disbelievers of kurush. But even if it wasn't revealed about the disbelievers of Croatia, specifically, it still includes them. So this ayah is really starting to, you know, directly address what is happening to the Muslims in Makkah and draw parallels between what is happening to the Muslims in Makkah at the time, the surah, the torture of the Muslims and the suffering of the Muslims in Makkah.

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And what happened with us habit, which is said in the end, they themselves died in their own fire. And they, the people who were killed in the fire, they entered Jenna, and then the people who died in the in the fire themselves, those people went to Jana. So now we come to the last part of the iflr home either boo jahannam. When a home either bullheaded, they have the punishment of jahannam, and they have the punishment of the burning fire.

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Here, there are two different ways that the scholars have Tafseer. And when I say two, I don't mean literally two, there are more than that. But I just mean broadly speaking, there are two ways that the scholars of Tafseer

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took this part of the ayah.

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And all of this is in the is in the understanding of the difference if there is a difference between addabbo jahannam, the punishment of Johanna and addable Herrick, the punishment of the burning fire

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even though Jerry rimal, loved to either the mom of the score of the scholars of Tafseer. He referred to the Harrier as being the headache of the junior

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fellow whom I've Abu jahannam what a home

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that that punishment of jahannam is in the hereafter. And the punishment of the burning in the fire is in the dunya IE that this is what happened to them after they tortured the believers. They were punished in their own fire at Apple Herrick, and then they went to jahannam. Well as a villa, we ask Allah to keep us safe from

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others. They said that I've Abu jahannam and Isobel Herrick are broadly referring to the same thing, ie punishment in the hereafter. But then they differ into are they exactly the same. And this is min Bab at Tokyo, it is emphasis like they emphasize Allah subhanaw taala is emphasizing that they will burn in jahannam or is this the fact that the punishment of jahannam is broader than just burning?

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The punishment of jahannam contains many things

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from the things that it contains is I've ever had it

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from the things that it's contains is I've ever had it

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I don't know I didn't see one of the scholars of tipsy have mentioned I didn't come across yet. Someone mentioned a double copper about whether a double Herrick could refer to either Al Capone the punishment of the grave.

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But that has a parallel in the Quran. When it comes to fear around because Allah azza wa jal mentions

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the punishment of fear around Yokoyama and Allah mentions the punishment of thrown in the grave with fire that fell down is burned.

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And now you are a one to one ratio. The fire they are exposed to

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In the grave, morning and evening, while welcome and on the Day of Judgment, the people of Iran will have this the most severe punishment. So I mean, I didn't

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yet come across one of the scholars of Tafseer, who mentioned the DI double headache refers to either the cover allows journalists best image area, and those with him, Rahim Allah, Allah, Allah, they mentioned this was their punishment in the dunya. But in any case, in reality, there are three punishments, there is the punishment that they received in the dunya, there is the punishment that they will receive in the grave. And there is the punishment that they will receive in the fire of jahannam.

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For eternity.

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And so generally speaking, we don't say that this is Tokyo, or that this is repetition for the sake of repetition,

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or repetition for the sake of emphasis, because the general principle in tafsir, is that

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when you have an option between repetition and between establishing something new, establishing something new, is more, is more deserving than repetition. So you do sometimes get repetition for the purpose of emphasis. But

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here, taxi's establishing something new is more deserving than repetition. So when you have a choice in an ayah, between a tipsy or which is based upon repetition and emphasis.

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In other words, though, it is repeated for the sake of emphasizing or it could be referring to something completely different, then taking it as referring to something different is more deserving than Tiki taking it as being emphasis. So it seems here that the other one is not the adverb of jahannam specific, in itself, any word, any copy for copy or word for word, but what it's more likely to refer to is either it is emphasis on the fact that jahannam has multiple punishments of which one of them will be higher, or that they will have additional punishments additional burning in jahannam, more than what others will receive because of what they did, or that that punishment

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will take place your piano before they enter jahannam or that that punishment took place in the dunya and perhaps analyzer, juveniles best punishment took place in the grave.

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Indeed, those who believe in do good deeds,

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they will have guidance

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under which rivers flow

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that is the great success.

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That is the great success.

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First of all, we've already mentioned levena ermine, why middle slightly hot, for example, in sort of colossal

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that allies which are joins between Eamon and between Amazon slightly, and we mentioned that

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Amazon silent righteous deeds are a part of human righteous deeds are not separate from a man, they are a part of human. But they are mentioned here for emphasis, or they are mentioned here, in order to highlight the importance of righteous deeds, and that simply believing alone is not sufficient that a person has to believe they have to also bring with that belief, righteous deeds as part of that belief as part of that a man has to come righteous deeds.

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Here again, the idea can be seen as being general and there's no doubt the wording of the is general can also be related back to us habit.

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can also bring it back to the people who were tortured.

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In the trench to story of us have a look to the people who dug the trench. The Muslims who were tortured there, they were people who believed they believed in Allah azza wa jal, and they did righteous deeds, particularly when we talk about how they died and they sacrificed themselves and they stuck firm to their belief. So they had belief and they did righteous deeds.

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And here This can be seen really into them because of the contrast between them and between the people who tortured them and this is one of the reasons

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Wildlife so jealous al Hamid we mentioned allies to be praised for what happened.

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If you look at the end result of the people who tortured them, they were burned in their own fire. They were tortured in the grave. And they were tortured, or they will be tortured, yamo piano, they will enter into the fire, and they will have a double hurry the burning punishment.

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Then you look at what happened to the people who threw themselves in the fire from the Muslims who were tortured. In aladeen ermine, why mellow slightly hearted and generous and tragedy mentality * and how they will have Gardens under which rivers flow.

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Valley Cal falls,

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this is the great price, the great success.

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And here, really what I want to highlight in this ayah is I want to highlight the fact that Allah Subhana Allah tells you what matters to Allah.

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And as we said, when it comes to Qatar, many people

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they struggle to explain, or struggle to manage and comprehend why evil happens. But Allah subhanaw taala in this surah mentioned so clearly, these people were tortured in the worst way.

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They will burn to life, only for the crime of the alleged crime of just believing in Allah.

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Nothing else they just believed in Allah, they were tortured in the worst way, men, women children.

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But look at the outcome of that. The outcome is that the Shaheed doesn't feel the pain of their

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Shahada, they don't feel the pain of their martyrdom, except

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in the first moment.

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And they immediately go to Jannat, to Gardens under which rivers flow.

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So we know that their souls are transferred into the eddies of the birds that roam around paradise.

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Then you look at what happened to the people who tortured them,

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and how they were punished. And you ask

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who was really victorious there? And what really mattered? Did it matter that that King had power over those muslims for a very short period of time,

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a few years, and then maybe a few hours, a few days, this torture took place or that this situation took place, that this king had power over them after they became Muslim just a few hours or a few days, that he had power over them after they became Muslim.

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And yet, immediately, they went to Janet, Janet and tangerine, Tatiana, and her Gardens under which rivers flow.

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And that came after those very short few hours, was tortured with his own fire, and then tortured after he died and then will be tortured even more Yama, pm.

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This is what matters to Allah. What matters to Allah is the Akira not the dunya. What matters to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And the success which really matters is the success in the afro dialogical forms of capital. That's what it means to be to win. That's what it means to be victorious. That's what it means to be successful.

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To go to gender.

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So when you look at it in the light of the era,

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you see why is that allies are jealous deserving of praise? And that's why we said that, typically the people have a problem with this. And yes, there are Muslims who struggle to understand issues around Qatar and why bad things happen and things like that. But when you actually look at the, the essence of it, the people who are really pushing this narrative are atheists, people who don't believe in the Euro at all. And they say that, you know, this is a proof because how you know, if there is a just God that are loving God, then how can these bad things happen? But if you look at this in the context of the art era, it becomes very easy to understand. In a Latina woman where I'm

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a little smiley, hearty home genital integrity and tacky * and how delicate folks will be. That's what it means to be successful.

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Those people in a few short hours, went from Kufa because they were not Muslim. To accepting Islam, to Jenna to intelligent tactics on how to go

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under which rivers flow in a very short space of time? What is what is there not to praise Allah for?

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Unless you're only looking at the dunya? And you're only looking at those few hours, and saying, how could they be tortured? How could they be burned? How did Allah answer that you are rather Allah unsedated you are in a greater way than they even expected. And that was that a lawsuit penalty Allah bless them to be from the Shahada, that Allah Subhana Allah gave them Jana to teach him cattle and heart Gardens under which rivers flow and that will give him a great success. What other answer to your do? Are you expecting any? Or are you waiting for the greatest answering have to add that they can be? But those people whose limited, you know, just looking at just one funeral few hours in

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time? And then they say that? Or if there was a just God, if there was a loving God, how can this happen? This surah is such an easy way of explaining it. Look at what happened to the king. Look at what happened to the people who believed in such a short time Allah took them from disbelief into a man. And then Eliza gel made them steadfast when they threw themselves into the fire. And then Allah gave them martyrdom and then Allah give them Jeanette guidance under which rivers flow. Because

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this is how Allah answered they do.

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And so a person should not despair when they see evil happening to people around the world, especially that which happens to the Muslims.

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And they shouldn't say that, you know, this is,

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you know, causing me to doubt my faith, or this is causing me to feel unsure of my faith. Rather, this is so natural law. This is what Allah subhanaw taala does, typically, with the believers, puts them in, he tests them.

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And He rewards them for their steadfastness, and their faith, with gender. That's what you signed up for when you signed up to be a Muslim. You didn't sign up to own a policy in this dunya you didn't sign up to be, you know, I didn't sign up to Islam, so that I could own dystonia.

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And we signed up to Islam because we want Jenna from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And if that means that there is some suffering in this world, and that's the test, then that's a test. And allies praise worthy forgiving the opportunity and praise worthy for giving you the test that is best suited to you and praise worthy for guiding you to that eventual result and that eventual goal.

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And this also is intended to give the people of the Muslims in Makkah reassurance that our Lost Planet Allah is going to give them a fellow's name. One of the two beautiful things, either ally is going to give them martyrdom, either Allah subhanaw taala is going to give them victory over the enemies.

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That's what a lot of promise to believers if they're listening, one of the two beautiful things.

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Those believers who remain steadfast remain firm upon their Eman upon their faith. Those who are not shaken. When the enemies of Islam put them to trial, they have Atal Hosni, either they're going to be victorious over their enemies and defeat them and be given control on the earth. Or they're going to die in martyrdom and get genital surgery with Tatiana.

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And that's what happened to this harbor of the

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harbor of the Allahu anhu that's what happened.

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Some of them passed away dying for the sake of a love, they sacrifice themselves for Islam and they were given genda for it.

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And some of them were around until Allah give victory to the Muslims in the Arabian Peninsula. All of it became Muslim.

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And then they went on to gin

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so ultimately

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helped her persona Bina Isla del whose name are you expecting anything for us except one of the two beautiful things either martyrdom or either victory.

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And so a person should not feel

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you know, down or feel should not feel hopeless or feel helpless or lost because of what happens to the Muslims around the world. rather a person should feel Yes, a person should feel

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sadness for what happens to the believers a person should feel cared for them concern for them, because the believer should be killed Jesse de la hit like a single body. If your hand gets cut off your whole body, you know is in pain.

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Your whole body suffers. So you should be

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Feel for your brothers and sisters around the world, but you shouldn't despair for them. You shouldn't despair for them. Rather, what makes us grieve more is to see people leaving their religion and turning their back on their religion, whether they are in a state of punishment, like they're being tortured,

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or suffering, or whether they're in a state of comfort and ease, and they're quite happy where they're living, and they're turning away from the religion of Islam. This is what makes us grieve not the person who dies upon tawheed upon La Ilaha Illa. Allah sacrificing themselves for the sake of Allah, God doesn't make a side Why would we be? Why would we be sad for them, except the sadness of the dunya and that we they passed away from the dunya. But ultimately, they they hadn't chosen Kabir the great success.

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But what saddens you is to see people whether they are in ease and most of the time it is people in extreme ease and extreme situations of of complete comfort, and yet they turn away from their religion, and they leave their religion.

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the first idea we started with today in ela in a minute, no doubt, is an implied threat towards the people of Croatia torturing the Muslims, that if you don't make Toba and if you don't turn back to Allah, and some of them turned back to a line entered into Islam, it became from the Sahaba of the Allahu Allah.

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We talked about the likes of

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the many we give the examples of many,

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in the early times of Islam, or might have been caught up.

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The likes of Halima Walid, those who became Muslim after Makkah, from the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu.

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They ultimately turned back from

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their previous actions, and they turned to Islam. And Allah accepted their repentance. And Allah gave them Jeannette well cool, and why don't work, Colin, why the law will hurt now. Every one of them Allah promised paradise.

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So this is what any you can understand how this is yes, we still think the IRT is still related to the story of us habit of thought. But now there is a clear message in that story for the Muslims and a clear message for koresh. And that's important, because the stories that are mentioned in the Quran are not stories for stories sake. They're not stories like that. It's just stories for the sake of telling stories. The stories mentioned in the Quran have a clear message. And the clear message here to Quraysh is very, very clear Indeed, the message that is given to Quraysh that if you do not stop and make Toba in about to show up because I should eat,

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the season that ally is going to seize you with the punishment of Allah is very severe.

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And that the message for the believers is that remain patient upon your religion. take

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a lesson from those who came before you and you will have one of the two things either you will have martyrdom for the sake of Allah genetic engineering tactical and heart or Allah will give you victory over your enemies

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in about the shadow bigger legit

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the intercom of Allah

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the retribution that a lot takes the season that a lot does the punishment that a loss Hence, it is chedid it is severe

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even in kefir, or human lauter either. He said a in about Shia who went to karma who mean either he lived in a cave devil also wahala for em la lucha de la Vivanco he.

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He said that the punishment of Allah the retribution that Allah will sees the enemies, his enemies who disbelieved in the messengers and went against a loss command. It is shady Iran as a human.

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It's severe. It's great. And it's mighty, the retribution from Allah subhanaw taala for Allah azza wa jal is Doku Watson Mateen has the most perfect strength

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and he is the more the almighty

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The one who whatever he wills will happen

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in the blink of an eye or less than that,

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about here in about Oshawa, because

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it is

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built on fuel sheet, it is for a lot to seize

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violently and severely

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the violent and severe seizing for Eliza gel to seize them violently and severely.

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analyzer just said, work at a liquor store on either a huddle Cora where he or Voluma in who

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sort of hood Likewise, when you load seizes the people of the towns when they are oppressive, indeed, the seizing of your Lord is painful and severe.

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analyze what you said in Who who are you but do what you read.

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In the who, who are you by the way you ate, this year, has to, again different aspects as it relates to Tafseer in the whole voiceover do what you read, Jumbo confiserie, the majority of scholars of Tafseer they said that this refers to that a lot begins creation, and the law creates a initially up deal Hulk he creates them while you do and he brings them back to life.

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And they said this in the light of First of all, that this is not a bad event. It's what is it comes to mind when a loss is you buddy while you read, the first thing that comes to mind is that a lot begins creation and returns it to life again, in other words, a lot initiates creation and causes them to exist the first time and then allies will gel resurrect them again. And that is from the evidences of his power and his mighty strength. So it goes within about Shabaab because I showed it, the violent and severe seizing when Allah seizes the oppresses is extremely severe.

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Allah is the one whose power is so great, and he is so mighty, that he created creation initially, and he will resurrect them again. And of course in the mentioning of the resurrection, there is the indication of reward for those who believe but also hear punishment for those who

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for those who disbelief

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and this is very common in the Quran, that Allah subhanaw taala mentions his power and his might and demonstrates that through the fact that he created initially, he brought creation into being and he will resurrect them again.

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Even Algeria, Rahim Allah Allah Allah His tips here is different here.

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He said,

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you will do little confetti either. But hurry

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up, do little casaya dabble Herrick for dunya

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su mejor. To who let him fill out.

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He said that

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allies origin

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will punish

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lies origin

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initiated the punishment. So rather than initiating creation here, as the majority said imagery and he said Allah initiated the punishment with fire in the dunya and he will return them to the punishment of fire in the hereafter.

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And that is because imagery in the first place when it came to the first IR we spoke about today in a Latina veteran, meaning me not from melomania to bufala home Addabbo, Johanna mala whom I've ever heard.

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Even though Jerry he said that the Harrier is in the dunya remember many others they said to Heidi because

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you've known God and he said the Harrier is in the dunya and the jahannam is in the in the Aqua, some of them even said l Harris is one of the names of Johanna and l Harry. Some of them they said Harry is one of the names of gentlemen in jahannam the one that burns in the burning the burning fire.

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The burning blaze of the burning fire. Give me Jerry if he said no hurry it here. It will

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First to the punishment in the dunya so even though God will continue this Tafseer into the statement of Eliza gel in

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in about sharabi kalisha did in Who who are you gonna do what you ate, and you will do, they will confer the AI that will hire you for dunya cydonia were you able to fill out Allah subhanaw taala will initiate the punishment with fire in the dunya and we'll repeat it in the area

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or will initiate any the punishment in the dunya and repeat it in the Acura.

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Therefore, it seems here that imagery or what he did is he continued the theme of

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he continued to see that the eye artwork connected to the theme of a table of note

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whereas others they said that this now is the effectively the message to Quraysh in about sharabi color shading in Hawaii Do you eat

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that this is now the message to the to Quraysh to the believers the conclusion of what they've taken from the story and understood however even God continues the theme of us habit of thought this is still referring to the people of the trench.

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In Who who are you by the way you read a lot begins their punishment in the dunya and returns them to that punishment in the hereafter

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what will come forward

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even though casier he said a yoke futile them them and turba la will haba la dee wallow can azem mean ha in cat whatever dude columnar are best for viral? What have you

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here even okay theory says

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well who will have a photo shoot? Allah say mentioned two of his names. He says that Allah is Allahu Allah is Allah.

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Allah for the most forgiving

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and even Okay, fear he said, meaning he forgives the sin of the one who repents to him and submits to his religion, whatever that sin may have been. So this is further emphasis of what we said in Tafseer of the ayah. In alladhina fetter meaning I will minute thumbnail Amir tubo, those who put the believing men and women to trial and then they did not repent.

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He Allah emphasizes, he is Severe in punishment. He is the one who has such power, that he was able to bring creation from nothing and resurrect them again after they die.

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But despite that, he is our fault. He forgives The one who turns in repentance. And He is Allah dude. Allah dude is the one who loves his Olia his beloved

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who loves the people of Eman.

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He's the one who loves the people of

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And there are many things that Eliza gel promised his love for and this is worthwhile for you to go through the Quran and try to remind yourself what are some of the things that are law promised love For

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we know the famous Hadith

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Why is our with horrible lay up in Nevada to HIPAA. The person does not cease to come near to me with the voluntary deeds until I love him. So one of the things that you get near to Allah with is the voluntary deeds in general as long as you brought the obligatory deeds first, and then you built the voluntary deeds on top of them. Then this becomes this is what gives you the love of Allah. There are many many things

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that Eliza JAL mentions his love for the Siberian motto of killing the people who are patient. The people who put their trust in Allah.

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Tell webbing in Allah hi Hippo Toby. Allah loves the people who repent, or your Hippo Matata hating. Allah loves the people who purify themselves and internally and externally, internally from shirk, and so on. And since an externally purify themselves through whoodle, and so on and taharah purification

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So Allah subhanaw taala bestows his love upon

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any upon the believers and various groups specifically among them allies which are declared his that his love for them

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the reverse of that is also true for our dude that Allah is the one that the believers love.

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I mean, unless you may attack the the window Neela and daddy were born at home Caterpillar will let me know. As I said to her vanilla.

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from among the people are those who have taken besides Allah rivals. They love them like they love Allah, who like the believers love Allah. But those who believe love a lot more than the disbelievers love a lot, or they love a lot more than the disbelievers love their idols. So typical.

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So this shows that Allah is the one who is loved by the believers, and who loves the believers and loving Allah is a part is a fundamental part of La ilaha illa Allah is a condition of La ilaha illa Allah cannot bring La ilaha illa Allah until you love Allah and loving Allah entails What? loving what Allah loves, and hating Allah hates, called love Allah until you love what Allah loves and you hate what Allah hates. And loving Allah entails following the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam cool in quantum to hipbone Allah phetchaburi Rooney, your boob como la fille de consumo say if you really love Allah, then follow me. I follow the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah will love

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you and forgive your sense.

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Joining between these two names. Well, we're looking forward

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to joining between these two names.

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These two names come after Alan mentioned about

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his seizing and punishment and retribution.

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In that is a methodology in the Quran, generally speaking, that we see

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which is the general concept of total * or heap encouragement, and threats of punishment. So Allah azza wa jal threatens with punishment those who disobey Him and He encourages, gives encouragement to obey Him. And likewise a whole for Raja, Allah makes you scared, and Allah makes you hopeful. And so after Allah mentioned his mouth, she's seizing and retribution and punishment. And Allah subhanaw taala mentions his

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love for his believing servants. Allies origin mentions their love of him. Allah subhanaw taala mentions his forgiveness for those people who repent. And this is a huge encouragement to those people who have not yet become Muslim.

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It's worth noting here,

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that among the people of innovation, or those who said,

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in Allahu Allah, you have to Allah

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to Allah, Allah May akula, they said, Allah should not be loved, nor does Allah love.

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And among them are those who said,

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you have to Allah, your hip, he is loved. But he doesn't love any of his servants. And he is not right to say that Allah loves his servants.

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And from them are those who applied the wrong kind of love to allies origin. They didn't love Allah with a love that is befitting to Allah. Rather, instead they described it as a passion

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and envy described it in the wrong completely the wrong context, completely the wrong kind of love, and totally inappropriate for a Lost Planet Allah.

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So all of these are categories of innovations and groups of innovation. Some of them who said Allah, they denied that Allah is loved and they denied that Allah loves and some of them said we we agree that Allah is loved, but we don't believe that Allah loves and some of them they got they applied the wrong kind of love to Allah subhanaw taala whereas Allah sooner, they said Allah in Allah you Hippo you have

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Allah loves his believing servants. And Allah azza wa jal is loved and that is clear in the Quran. We mentioned the eye a

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woman a nurse who many attractive women don't lie and dirty in your head born a hunka builder. There are some people who love their Rive the rivals they set up to a lie they love them like they love Allah, we're loving em and I said to her Bonilla, those who believe love Allah more, that's about a lot being loved. And Allah said, LA to LA can have betten, mini about Musa we, we sent down upon Moosa love from us. In a Lost Planet, Allah mentioned in the law, whatever be your herbal Matata heading. Allah loves those who repent. Allah loves those who purify themselves.

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Will la Hippo Siberian Allah loves those people who are patient.

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In the live hibben, whatever killing Allah loves those people who put their trust in Him.

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So many times Allah mentions that he loves his believing servants.

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And we mentioned the Hadeeth. While I is earlier to realize that it's horrible, even though I feel hotter, my servant continues to come near to me with voluntary deeds until I love him. So as soon as they said we that Allah loves his beloved servants, and the believers, and Allah azzawajal is deserving of love. And in fact, loving Allah is a fundamental part of La ilaha illAllah, which La ilaha illAllah cannot exist without. Furthermore, they described a law's love and their love of Allah in a way that is appropriate to the majesty and the supremacy of Allah. They didn't describe it with words like

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passion, and romance and so on. This is from the way of the Sophia, this is from the above, from the falsehood of the Sophia, that they described their love of Allah as passion and romance and so on. This is not appropriate for the majesty of Allah subhanaw taala. And it's not appropriate for the supremacy of a lion is not appropriate for the perfection of allies origin. So Alison, they affirmed that Allah loves and Allah is loved. And they affirmed the appropriate

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type of love for allies or a gel which transcends all love, and goes beyond all love, and is the greatest and the most important of love. And it is the essence or part of the essence of La ilaha illAllah.

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There is a quote from

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no claim,

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Rahim Allah, Allah.

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He said, and I just mentioned in English, then Allah, the Exalted, mentioned his reward for his believing servants. Then he mentioned the severity of his retribution, and that nothing can escape him, for he is the one who began creation, or he's the one who began and will return it to you and he began creation and we'll return

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and whoever is like this, then there will be no punishment more severe than his punishment. And despite this, or along with this, he is eligible for alpha dude, he forgives The one who repents to him.

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And he loves the one who repents to him.

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He loves them.

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He the Exalted is described with the severity of his retribution. And he is described as being a lover for Albert, the most forgiving the most loving, the one who is beloved to his servants because of the blessings that He bestows upon them.

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And the one who loves the one who repents to him, so he joined between the two names, because Allah loves the one who repents. Allah loves the one who repents to him and the one who turns to Him

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and He is Allah dude, Avon al maboob. He is the one who is loved.

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Al Bukhari narrated in his side what would be the meaning of Allah dude is the one who is loved.

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He said, what people and nullifier don't do LLM, right. The reality is or to be precise.

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This word alpha dude indicates both things. It indicates that Allah loves his beloved servants and it indicates that Allah is loved by them.

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Then he said later on, so he is

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unhappy and more happy earlier he, he is the one who is loved by his beloved servants, your hip bone, or your hip bone and he loves them and they love him.

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And he said warmer or powerful

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or he said warmer? Oh papa. If Tehran is smell wadood, but Rahimi will fall, he said, how subtle is it? That a lot connected the name Edward wood with the name Al Rahim Allah for a Rahim in Surah Hood in Nairobi Rahim one minute in Surah. Hood.

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Here, why did we say about Allah? For what what was the connection between the two that Allah loves the people who repent in Allahu Hibbert, Toby, are you hypermotard loves those who repent. And Allah loves those who purify themselves.

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He continued,

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for a man may forgive the one who is who does wrong to him, but he doesn't love him.

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And he said, a man and a man, we're not talking about last time any human being a human being might love someone who does wrong to them. They might love somebody who does wrong does a bad thing to them. Or they might sorry, they might forgive somebody who does a bad thing to them, but they won't love them.

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Likewise, they might be merciful to someone that they don't love.

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But the Lord

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Exalted is He forgives His servants when they repent to him and has mercy on them and loves them despite what they did. For he loves the people who returned to him and repentance. And if his servant turns to him in repentance, he loves him. Well Oh can I mean Huma can, whatever it was that he did before.

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The auction Majeed Ville arshi el Majeed, Allah azza wa jal describes himself as the ruler of

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the possessor of the arch of the throne.

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And there are two clear art of lmgte

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ignore kefir he said for him Allah Allah will Majeed physically attend a ruffle Allah I know sefa live Rob will juggle IRA and no sefa Tony will work Isla Houma Marin and so, he, he said el Majeed

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l Majeed refers to honor

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and having perfect attributes

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having complete attributes and wonderful attributes and honor

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the majority of the Quran they recited the outer shell imagi do

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with Adama and if we say the outer shell imagi do then here el Majeed goes back to the arch back to Allah. Allah the possessor of the throne, who is El Majeed and from the names of allies and Majeed, the one who has the attributes of El command with a journal that has the attributes of beauty and perfection the most beautiful and perfect names. However, there is a Akira so he has a correct and valid Tara Viola outershell Maggi de

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where the ouch is described as Majeed.

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Some of the people they went to great lengths about this day try to escape it with whatever they could. They said, No, the meaning of that here doesn't mean that Oh, she's Majeed. But it means that the arch is it's referring to Allah but it's just a grammatical, but there is nothing wrong with saying that the option is also Majeed.

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But how do we understand this? The artist is also described as cutting in certain amino

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the arch is described as caring

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as being normal being described with Karen

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the Amish is described as alim.

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So how do we understand this?

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is very important because this description of the arch as being Majeed Yes, the majority they read it in the way that the word Majeed goes back to Allah lies and magic.

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But there is a Corolla which is correct and so he has that l magic Majeed is the arch.

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Now, how do we understand this? First of all, we remember the principle of Tafseer when it comes to the art of the Quran, and that is that when there are two clear art with different meanings, what do we do?

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Can we remote see if they can awake they remember what we do? There are two clear art I'm not saying contradictory means that they have different one meaning normally many times the karate don't change the meaning. But here the karate changes the meaning they're clearer changes the meaning.

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So, when the clear law changes the meaning how do we approach it from Tafseer?

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We'll pause in a moment just let them give the answer then we'll pause for the end. And we'll continue shall

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do we have anyone answer?

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Why don't you pause the video to

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pause it now is the time

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pause the video we just gonna pause the video for just a moment

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for the event. inshallah and then we'll resume Do you have the screen to do that? No problem.

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Okay, are we good to go again?

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Okay, so the correct answer is that we take each Ayah individually, and we make the Tafseer as though they are two ayat.

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So we saw in other words, we don't need to reconcile the two meanings. We make the Tafseer as though they were be Manziel until I attain

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as though they were two different ayat.

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We make the Tafseer as though they were two different ayat. So, Allah is Al Majeed Zulu shimeji do and the ox is Majeed. zolotow shimeji de la creme Rahim Allah to Allah, he said, and again, I'll translate it in English. He said then he described himself I Allah described himself as El Majeed. And this is the one who has the many attributes of perfection and vastness, in the vastness of his attributes,

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and that none of creation can enumerate all of the perfection that Allah has and the vastness of his actions, and the great amount of goodness and the continuity of it. As for the one who does not have attributes of perfection, nor actions that are praiseworthy, then this person has no share of alleged.

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As for creation, creation only becomes Majeed because of any someone from creation can only become Majeed

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because of their attributes and actions.

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So, how can it be that Allah azza wa jal The Lord is Majeed. When people claim any falsely claim that he has no actions and no attributes?

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As the more accurately than any of the people from the Jeremy and others who deny a loss attribute say allies hi highest Allah above what these people say with great highness, Radha, he is El Majeed for Lima you read and he does whatever he wants. So this name as Majeed it can only be given to one that has attributes and actions.

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You can only be given to one who has attributes

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and so how is it that someone can say like the Jeremy has said that Allah has no attributes and no actions and then still believe that allies are jealous and

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He then said, Well imagine if you look it up, the meaning of matched in the language of the Arabs is cathro to osafo. Kemet having many attributes of perfection, what has a lot to us Island higher and much good many actions of good

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and the best of that which is joined between is to join between al Hamid well Majeed as the angel said rahmatullahi wa barakatuh alikum elevate in Mohammedan Majeed indeed allies hamidah Majeed and as it is legislated for us at the end of our prayers to praise Allah by saying that he is in naka hamidou Majeed Worthy of all praise and all and all majesty or glorification and like we say at the end of every Raka when we stand up from the Roku, that we say broadband well I can hand and in some of the narrations allatheena, you will match

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the one who is deserving of all praise and all glory.

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So, praise and alleged

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when they are mentioned, like that university is for Allah subhanaw taala who is Al Hamad Al Majeed. So, Allah is Al Hamid, who is the one who is beloved and deserving of all of the attributes of perfection and he is an AVI al Majeed which is of him the great The one who has vast power, the one who is free of need will generally will equal the owner of Majesty and Honor.

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If no claim then set and whoever recited al Majeed with a kassala l My god, this is a description of the auction of Allah Exalted is He, a lot of

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NF is out is Majeed for who are suparna who are happy to be matched. If his aos is described as being Majeed.

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Then how about its creator? That's how even okay immediately say that there's a point you can't say this about the arch. He said if the OG she's Majeed.

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If the OG she's Majeed,

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how about Sahiba lash How about the owner and the creator of the arch

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For horses Hannah who could be matched allies more deserving? Even okay him said

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some of the people found this citation to be problematic. And they said, You can't say about the attributes of creation Majeed.

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Then they took one of two opinions. And he mentioned those two opinions. He said, and this is from the little knowledge that they have the person who said this has the person, he said clearly to be barred, had hydrochloride and how little knowledge they have that they would find this to be problematic for Indeed Allah subhanaw taala described his arch with Quran as being caring, and this is similar to match. And he described it with Alma being aavin. So him describing

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for him being described with unmatched

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any luck with being described as absolute on an absolute honor and majesty

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Yanni for a lot to describe yourself like that.

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Rather, he said, Sorry, he said, rather,

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the arch is the most deserving of all of the creative things to be described like this. Because of its vastness, because unmatched means vastness because of its herson because imagined means Jamal beauty. And perhaps, mon Valley mon video very among mom, because of the sorority, he knew about her.

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Mom, very he, because of its vastness and its beauty, and the amazing, and how amazing it is to, to see. For it is the most vast of all of Allah's creation, and the most beautiful, and the most comprehensive in having the attributes of beauty and goodness

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and the high status and position and place that ash has.

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And he said,

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no one can understand the status and the greatness and the beauty and the wonderful and he needs the wonder of the arch except Allah.

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And it's honor and majesty is taken from the majesty of its creator, and the one who brought it into being the heavens and the earth. And the seven heavens of the seven Earth's income and in comparison to the quotacy are like

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the ring which is thrown into a desert. There is a Heidi fipronil claim is alluding to a hadith

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which mentions that the footstool in comparison to the heavens and the earth, the whole universe. The universe is like an iron ring thrown into a desert and the footstool compared to the arch. The footstool is like an iron ring thrown into the desert and a ring in the middle of the huge desert. Allah is greater than that and it Allahu Akbar

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then allies which has said for Ireland email you read the one who does whatever he wants. Ignore Kathy and he said, mama are either feared or who that Machiavelli hooked me while I use I'm if I'm the alpha Matty, he will he will Hekmati he will idly he said, whatever a lot, whenever and whatever Allah wants to do. No one is there to say anything about what Allah does. There's no one to criticize it, there is no one to stop it, there is no one to

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be involved in it. Whatever Allah wants to do, it is done.

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And there is no one that can

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critique or stop his judgment.

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Allies not asked about what he does, because of his greatness, and his subjugation and his any subjugation of his servants and his wisdom and His justice as white allies for Ireland he married because of his greatness, because he is the one that has complete control over his servants, because of his wisdom, and because of His justice.

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Then allies are gentle said

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hello, attack Heidi.

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geonode for our sammut

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has they come to you? The Heidi's dinner Jenny, what happened? The story of algebra.

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The armies of fear our own

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any fear of our own the house, they come to the story of fear our own intimate.

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Look at it, he said, has their reach to what Allah caused to happen to them from punishment and what a law sent against them

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from a niqua I mean the removal of the blessings that no one was able to take away from them. And this is further in addition to what Allah said in about Shara beaker Lesha did, indeed the seizure the punishment that your Lord inflicts upon these are severe. So these people they knew about fear our intimate and we saw that their mood they carved the mountains, not they didn't just blast holes in the mountains and they carved the mountains. And yet Allah subhanaw taala destroyed them with a destruction that left nothing behind.

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And that is a lesson for the people who torture the believers and the people who, including those people who are torturing the believers of maca. And in terms of the profits, I sell them at the Sahaba and what happened to them

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the meaning here of a Jew note is for our thermal attack hydrogen alginate has come to you the story of Al Juno, the Army's

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or Elgin road led net agenda to Allah Rasul

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Allah experi those who who rebelled and fought against the messengers and their followers for our sammut referring to around and referring to sammut belly leadin akufo FEA tech the

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belly levena Kapha Wolfie tech leap yBnL cassiel he said homefree shakin ye been worku phryne were in it. They are in a state of doubt. They're not sure they are in a state of disbelief and a state of rebellion. Belly levy in a Tefo FEA tech leap. Those who disbelieve are in a state of doubt in a state of Kufa a state of disbelief and in a state of rebellion.

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And Allah subhanaw taala. Here describes the situation of the disbelievers even though they have seen what happened to around even though they seen what happened they've seen what happened to thermowood. Even though they have seen in about shalabi Kelishadi, the punishment of your Lord is severe, even though for example, if you look at the story of the king, and the magician and the boy, the king saw that when he tried to kill the boy, all the people he sent to kill the boy died on the mountain. Then when he tried to drown the boy all the people who tried to drown the boy died in the sea.

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For our own saw the plagues, the seven

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punishments that were sent upon them, and the plagues, the locusts and the frogs and all the things that blood and all the things that were sent upon them. And still they didn't believe

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the boys the king saw that when he fired the arrow and he said Bismillah Bismillah Allahu Allah, in the name of the Lord of the boy, that they are all struck its target. He saw every sign of Allah and then he still tortured the believers in fire and in the end was burnt in his own fire. The disbelievers are in a state of disbelief and rebellion and

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because even though they have seen the punishment of a law, they've seen how severe it is. They have heard the story of Freetown and thermowood, they have seen similar any they have seen the buildings the Masonic in the places where thermal do still live. They have walked past them they have seen them with their own eyes and still they continue to disbelieve in Allah. Allah homing Wallah him more hate

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and Allah hide them is more hate. Allah is more hate

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Allah subhanaw taala is cardoon Ali, he is able to do whatever he wants with them, they cannot escape him in any way. And Allah encompasses their actions, he knows every single action they have done. So one meaning of more health here, one of the meanings of more hate will law home in water him and Allah, any water him after them Allah subhanaw taala in relation to them is more hailed Allah subhanaw taala has encompassed everything they do. So one of the meanings is they can't escape Allah. The punishments they have done the torture, they're done to the believers, the evil things that they have done, they cannot escape a lot. So that's the first thing. The second thing is every

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single action they have done to the believers is counted.

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hypno Jerry, for him allowed to Allah He said, Who am I more hated to be him a lot. Be the word to him. Your CRM Allah who will call you when I lay him in Shahada acaba whom Allah home

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what I can and he said that Allah subhanaw taala has completely surrounded them. He knows every action that they do and he counts it against them. He is able to completely destroy them. If you want, he will seize them and punish them and destroy them.

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Meaning Allah azzawajal knows their situation. He knows their disbelief. He knows their denial, he knows they're turning away, and he knows what happens

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from them. So here in Nigeria has linked it to the previous Aya

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belly larina cafaro feedtech de la hawala him, Mohit

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Bella who are unknown Majeed.

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It is a core an, which is Majeed. So we've heard a lot described as Majeed. We've heard the arch described as Majeed and we've heard

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the Koran described as measured.

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He said in a book if you are the man carrying

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it is alvine it is great and it is carrying it is noble.

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And the Quran in the meaning of Majid comms meaning vast Catholics will hire having lots of a lot of good and HTML society having many many attributes of perfection. So the Quran has attributes of perfection, it has no mistakes, no contradictions, no

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flaws. It has the most perfect explanation, the most perfect rulings, the most beautiful language, it's miraculous in every way. So the Quran has the effect of the command the description, the attributes of perfection, that deserved for it to be called Majeed.

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And it's vast in meaning and vast in rulings. And it brings a huge amount of good to the people who read it and reflect upon it and study it. So the Quran is deserving of being called

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Majeed and no one knows all of the goodness that is found within the Quran except Allah subhanaw taala.

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So it being Cathedral high rot, having great a great amount of good Cafiero biocat a great amount of Baraka Cathedral Hidayat a great amount of guidance, wherever what a lot, having a great amount of lessons and instruction in it. No one knows this except the one who spoke it allows pentatonic

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Bell who are an Majeed, Philo Hey, Matt fools.

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Filo hen mifold.

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Aloha mifold we know aloha my fourth right? The preserve tablet which is in the

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in a in the heavens that are Lost Planet Allah wrote everything or commanded the pen to write everything that will happen until yamo clear

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and the Quran is my fault. The Quran is protected.

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Even okay here he said a horror film Allah Allah Allah ma fools on Mina Xia Aditi. When Knox the Quran is in a mela Allah. It's in the it's recorded in the highest place of the angels

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and it is

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protected from any increase

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and any

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an any,

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any increase or any flaw anything being taken out, nothing can be added to the Quran and nothing can be

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taken away from me. Again we have to clear out we have Philo hidden fools in and Philo hint, ma fubon

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nefaria he read follow him by phone.

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What's the difference between the two the lower and the lower is described as my fourth law and my fourth, the tablet, which Allah commanded the pen to write everything that will happen is protected and preserved. In the Quran of Nazir.

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Philo Hinman fools on

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the Quran is described as my fault.

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The Quran is my fools.

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In other words, if I translate the meaning of the two, in the Quran of the Jim Hall, in a tablet which is preserved in the citation of

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the Quran is in a tablet preserved, meaning the Quran is preserved in the tablet. In the the majority, they read it that the tablet is preserved, nothing to read it that the Quran is preserved in the tablet. And those two go together, the tablet is preserved from anything added or taken away, and the Koran is protected and preserved.

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And it cannot Nothing can be added to it or taken away from it.

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And we know that allies with gel commanded the pen octobe mount Walker in ilaqua Massara, right everything that will happen until the day of judgment, it's all preserved in that tablet in the preserved tablet. And the Quran is preserved by Allah subhanaw taala. So nothing can be added to the Quran. And nothing can be taken away from it in the national agenda, the Quran, Allah Allah Hafiz one, indeed, We sent down the remembrance and we will protect it

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will read just to conclude in the last two, three minutes, and it was a long session today. But the reason it was a long session is because this is going to be the last step see your session now until most likely until after Ramadan. And I'll explain that in a moment. So we'll just finish with him okay him or him allowed to Allah He said,

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this surah despite it being short, contains of tau hate

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the description

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and it contains a huge amount from a toe hate

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describing our law with a laser, which entails his power and his strength and that there is nothing and he that there is nothing like it and hemmed, which contains that Allah has the attributes of perfection at Tansy that Allah Subhana Allah is free from flaws and imperfections, along with loving him, and along with his perfect divinity, along with the fact that he has the dominion of the heavens and the earth, which contain the perfection of his richness that he is free of need, and the vastness of his dominion. And the fact that Allah witnesses everything, which contains the fact that he sees everything which is hidden and everything which is open. And the fact that Allah sees

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everything that can be seen and he has everything that can be heard and knows everything that can be known.

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And the description of Allah with the severity of his punishment, which contains the completeness of his power, and his might and his ability, and that he is the only one who begins create began creation and will resurrect it, which contains the tail heat of our rubia.

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And the fact that Allah has complete control over his creation, by creating them and by resurrecting them

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and by them submitting to his power, so non can rebel against him. And the fact that he is described with a Macrophylla which contains the completeness and the perfection of his generosity and his kindness and his rich

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And his mercy and the fact that he is described with love, which contains the fact that he is beloved to his slaves and that he loves them. And the description that he is the one that no one can understand the status of the object except Him, and that his arch is only for him. And it's not befitting for anyone else to rise above it. And the description of His Majesty, His Majesty, which contains the vastness of his knowledge and power and dominion, and richness and generosity and kindness, and goodness and, and nobility. And the fact that he does whatever he wants, that contains the fact that Allah subhanaw taala has the perfect life perfect knowledge, perfect power, perfect

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will perfect and perfect wisdom

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and many other attributes of perfection. So this surah is like a complete book, on the topic of Rasulullah Deen. It is sufficient for the one who understands and it's like a complete guide to aqidah from beginning to end. And it's sufficient for the one who understands. So All praise is to Allah who sent down to his servant the book, and bless it is the one who sent down the four con to his servant

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is a beautiful statement from even okay. But what is he saying in conclusion, that sort of broach In conclusion, is like a complete course on tawheed from beginning to end. And it contains a huge number of laws, names and attributes. And I just want to link one more thing as we finish. I want you to link the situation of the people in Makkah and what they were suffering and being tortured with. What did a lie give them as a cure? Did Allah give them jihad is a cure?

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What did I give them? They were suffering, they was being tortured they were being any day did he Allah give them politics? Did Allah say to them that the cure for your problem here in Makkah, is politics in you need to know how to do CSR you need to know how to be in control how to rule the people how to manipulate the people, did Allah say the cure for your problem is Jihad you need to take the sword and you need to fight these people. Lau Allah Allah gave him the cure for your problem is aqidah.

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So Allah gave them the how you're going to survive this situation in Makkah, is by having the right belief in Allah and by knowing a lion, his names and his attributes in his actions and by worshiping Allah based upon that. And when you do that, Allah will establish you on the earth and give you the ability to fight your enemies. We're not saying that you'll never fight them, but you won't fight them until your heart is firm upon tawheed and sorted to a bottle which is like a complete course on the topic of terror hate. So that brings us to the end of the class. We don't have time for questions because it's now time for the Salah for the iqama however, we just want to make sure that

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everybody understands there will not be a Tafseer class from after today. until at least Ramadan and probably after Ramadan we will announce when it's going to start again. However, blue Milan will continue the kids class the last class will be tomorrow, Beluga Milan will continue because Bulova Milan was studying about fasting, so we have to inshallah, continue that one, but I'm going to be traveling and then inshallah Ramadan will come. So it's very likely that we will not do any Tafseer class or any kids class after tomorrow until after Ramadan. We may do some special activities in Ramadan. Allah knows best we may do some special talks, but we won't be doing any of the regular

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classes. Only the thing that will continue next week is Bula hermana. That's what Eliza gel made easy for me to mention. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best. Wa Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi

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