Seekers of Knowledge 006 – Tafseer of Al-Masad & an-Naṣr

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Bow nappy

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will slow down

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last week

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he is right along with

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our design everything was seated

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we begin with a pretty simple and subtle changes by asking how many pieces our lessons will have been so long finally send them to these families companions

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and then we ask the

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teachers with two teachers what will benefit us and

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he teaches us increases in volume.

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We also last how to bless us was beneficial dealing with executable implemented

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we have

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to

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admit to

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whatever

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after having exchanged, sort of

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sort of a fast sort of analysis, so, we can finish the work.

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And the first thing that we have so far is the reason that is so revealing,

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and there are some variations in this, but the most common and the

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opinion establishes your return is adding an

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awful lot more and monitoring

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your

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WHY

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NOT hobby

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when the

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hobby

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when this title allows you to a profit. So what is this

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the profits are what is

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actually what is called strategies

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to the target individual to our Trojan and

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so a lot of storage spaces to the people around.

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Cool. So it takes

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so long so long, it was said that we had Sorry, I saw

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that

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the profits

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out of us that he carved out

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he pulled out was that sci fi is only for an emergency.

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And this will allow you to leave

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in which the prophet SAW or your surgeon described himself

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as an equal area

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as the

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what was normal by the Arabs as they need to do

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analysis.

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And there was a ruler

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who would be

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observed at the top of the hill.

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So far

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removed is gone.

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We're

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in a sign that an emergency is coming.

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But as an example, because that was the hours of his time as people that had some point, this was the biggest emergency that could ever be.

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So the profit size of

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the person who was warning a pretty catastrophe like this

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man

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who is going to be screaming at the top of his voice

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They said that this

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was before his trustworthiness and his honesty and truthfulness.

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He was known as a solid.

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So

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he was chosen as a profit.

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So

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now I see serious because yours

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is crying at the top of his voice the theories of emergence

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which turned out he got around to a

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phone call. He said to him, yeah,

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yeah, you feel that? Yeah.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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He cried.

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The songs or songs or the songs or songs or the songs or songs or the songs that have given up in the tribal acapella.

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And the tribal.

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The surface of the grantor the rock songs of the families that

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are

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highlighted.

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He said,

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What do you think? If I was to tell you

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that I

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was recovering from this lousy?

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Would you be me?

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duty? Would you believe me?

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They said

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and this is a real benefit from a lot

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about the importance of truthfulness and the characteristics of the law.

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They said he hadn't known you or we have never experienced you. Like

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we have never experienced

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I'm not sure

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as a

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Jewish person that has certain characteristics to deal with the people that makes it easier for them to accept and more

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supportive of them is truthfulness and honesty, in your dealings.

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Even in movies, I look at the difference between the two.

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last

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two days, many situations

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that you look for.

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And you see maybe you're getting Dharamsala law that

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you wouldn't trust

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with a VR.

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Sadly speaking,

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you see

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that

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in the way people

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die

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not be telling the truth and three promises will last.

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And that has to do with sincerity has to be more like the lack of sincerity.

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I decided to you instead of know what you're talking about. When you see our messenger so

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what did they see?

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That you

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call me That

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means

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he said hi.

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Who is warning you?

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paperwork very severe punishment that is going to be for you

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before

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you accept

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that punishment.

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But if you don't accept that for me,

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for

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those who deny there is a punishment.

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It is surreal.

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St. Louis

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is the uncle of the profits of the wall

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not only

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from Ben Carson

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specifically from

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the

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use

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of

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see

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if that needs to be perish

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it is

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it is destruction will also have a loss

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it is the cost structure

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you said to me parish

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manager

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is this

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actually a good

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There is also an interesting point to bring in

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the value of the profits of the operating system. Generally speaking, you have a status which is higher in lineage status

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than any other people

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and

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gave that to them and the Prophet So, told us about that there are lies that are genuine

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tools from all the others for H

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and a mobile handheld tools

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they will give it a position to the status. But that position is leaked is only valid when it comes with ILA and the deeds.

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Otherwise, I wouldn't have had that, that lineage

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also profits.

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So, just to be informed of the profits of the operating system is not enough.

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And that's why we see in many countries that some people claim whether

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you're going to be for the family or the profits in the long

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run,

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right, at certain a certain status a certain certain privileges. But the reality is that we seem to

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have an image

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and yet when we

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say

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he will be a flight.

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So ultimately, it's not being from the family.

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But

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the conference privilege and then if you have been a

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lineage that is more likely from that, why not?

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If somebody has that and they have even more

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like to follow but just as a seed to somebody just because

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of the law.

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And that's why are your sellers and authentic caddies

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will be here.

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slow that down.

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I don't know

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if your deeds are slowing you down

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the process

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but if you have those good deeds

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and analysis in addition to

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being

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like

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I

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say that if you're not with us

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A small

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portfolio property law.

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And so all of this is that you really need

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at least as normal images. So that is one part that is really important.

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So he said to

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me, we have maybe a short

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response to HIV. The prophet SAW what the Prime Minister doesn't respond a lot

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responded to Abu lahab

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the prophets I send didn't respond to him. A large enough you responded to him 10 bettiah Abdullah heavy mahtab

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10 bettiah Abdullah,

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me the two hands of Abu lahab Parrish.

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What temp and may He perished with them.

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And this is something that we call Al Jazeera minjin Suleiman it's a principle in Islam and it comes regularly.

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It's called Al Jazeera who in Janesville, Amman and that is that you get what you reap what you sow, you get back what you gave out. He said to the Prophet sighs lm tab and let me you perish and who made or who informed of that he will perish? Allah azza wa jal, Allah azza wa jal cursed him, because of his curse towards the Prophet size them and tap is a curse at the end of the day. It's a curse word. It's a it's a word of cursing, and Allah azza wa jal curse cursed him, because he cursed the Prophet sallallahu. It was.

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And this has another far either and allies or generals best

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how many times we curse ourselves

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because we curse other people

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and will lie ahead of him, especially among the people who have habits. And I've seen this in certain communities hamdulillah have not seen it in the UAE but I have seen people who have this, that they curse. Either they curse Islam when they get angry, or they curse allies or jet when they get angry. They say words like a curse words.

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And that is a very severe example. And I haven't Alhamdulillah it's not something you see a lot but it is normal.

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But one that you see more commonly is people who curse their parents.

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And it is especially common in certain cultures. That as a curse word when they stub their toe or they fall down. They say a lot because my mom and dad

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and this happened that I saw this with my own eyes when I was in a particular country and there was some young guys around and the guys they were playing pool and one of the Mr. shot and he said May Allah curse my mom and dad

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he doesn't mean it but he is and he just like it's a curse word is just like a swear word or a curse word that just comes out like that.

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And Subhana Allah how does that person know that a lie as well from that day did not put his line up on that person and curse that person lie Oh

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my god, what will make you know that that person wasn't cursed until yarmulke Yama because they have they couldn't, you know, they they allow this powerful and vulgar things to come out. And they said it towards those who have the greatest right over them after Allah subhanaw taala. And as I said, even greater than not I've seen cases of people when they get angry that they curse Allah azza wa jal, or they curse Islam.

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So a person needs to be so careful about what they say.

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A Buddha have no doubt was expressing the Kufa and the evil under help the jealousy that was in his heart.

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But look at how his tongue condemned. That instead of being silent to listen to what the prophet SAW, Selim said, he replied, instantly Taliban like me you perish.

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And look what happened. Allah azza wa jal revealed that he will perish, and his hands will perish, and he will perish in the fire of Johanna.

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Also here we have emerges from the marches that we have a miracle from the miracles because this surah was revealed. Before even there was a chance or even a time for Abu lahab to see how he would live his life

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and it was revealed before a Buddha have died

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And that's why this surah is a strong evidence to us as to put forward as one of the many miracles that are found within the Quran that Allah azza wa jal foretold the destruction of Abu lahab and that he would die as a non Muslim, and that he would perish in jahannam before a bola had had even, you know, finished or completed his life.

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And that's a miracle from the miracles that ally xojo sent down that Allah subhanaw taala showed what will happen to Abu lahab

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from the moment that the surah was revealed.

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Ma ohana rang Huma

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Wanaka said

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his wealth will not

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hear out of thin air.

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It didn't make him rich, as the literal meaning of the word man, Alvin angle, Maru, it didn't enrich him anything. I didn't benefit him in anything.

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What Mark has said and that which he had earned, novena and

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it didn't enrich him, it didn't benefit him. And he isn't able to do anything with it to put to protect himself from the punishment of a large soldier.

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Say us now run that

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sales. Now on

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that lab, Allah azza wa jal foretold that Abu lahab will enter

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into

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a fire.

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And this fire

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is that to lab so the name Abu lahab.

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The name Abu lahab that's his name, that's a name that he that he Oh, that's the that's the query that he was given that his The, the the nickname that he was known by.

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But the word

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lab

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lab or not,

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is when the fire

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is a burning flame with no smoke.

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When a fire has a burning flame with no smoke, I'm going to just go to the English translation here and see if I can find an even better word for it. But when you have when they say law habit and not that the fire was blazing

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and it didn't it was smokeless and blazing. Sometimes the English translations are not.

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They have here a blazing flame. But that's what the word lab here is different from for example, sure Allah or another word for a flame, because the word lab is a flame that is burning and has no smoke.

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So this is from the linguistic like, linguistic miraculous language of the Quran, that his name was Abu lahab but Allah azza wa jal

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use the same word lahab to describe the fire that Abu lahab will be put into

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that it is a blazing fire that has no smoke. It is a smokeless and blazing

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fire.

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Then Allah azza wa jal said

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WeMo

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hammer that'll help up.

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Larissa just said

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one ma two who have mental health up.

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I remember Sarah Dr. Hamill loudhailer. He said commenting on this,

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that his wife was also

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she was very severe in harming the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and her and her husband used to cooperate with each other. lol if nearly read one in sin and transgression harming each other, or harming the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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and she used to spend all of her efforts in harming the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and bringing about harm

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to him.

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So Allah azza wa jal

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revealed one or two who have mental health of

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his wife.

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She will be or she is

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the carrier of firewood or she will be the carrier of firewood.

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And help

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is what you use to put fuel in the fire.

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And hot up is what you use to put fuel in the fire. She is hammer that she's she's, she's not just hammer like she's not carrying it, she is

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burdened with it, and a huge amount of firewood.

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fee God her around her neck hagun

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is a rope mean method. And method is the is the fiber. The twisted like palm fiber. When you see the date palm tree and you see the trunk of the tree it has like like fibers that come out of it that look like string or look like rope, and they twisted them together.

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And again residually mama Sadie Rahim Allah to Allah He said about this.

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I remember Saturday give to possibilities about these last two is

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the first one is that he said that this ayah could be describing her

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in the dunya.

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And that she has a rope around her neck. And she is carrying firewood on her back.

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And he said

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he's and he said, all it means that she in the fire will carry the firewood that will be used to burn her husband.

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I that what part of the punishment that he will suffer in the fire is that she will be with a rope around her neck, carrying firewood on her back to burn the fire that will burn up Buddha. He said, and whichever of the two this is, or whichever one is true. This surah contains and i

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mean i Attila a clear miracle from the miracles of Allah. For Indeed Allah sent down this surah while Abu lahab and his wife was still alive and alive in form that they will be punished in the fire and it must happen.

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And that means that they will never become Muslim. So Allah azza wa jal told us how it happened, exactly as it happened, because he is an early mover, he was Shahada. He knows that which is seen in that which is unseen.

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And there's no doubt that if Abu lahab were to have come and said any day, I had one La ilaha illAllah. What would that have said about Islam and the message of Islam.

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And it's impossible for the Prophet so I said them to have invented that himself. It's way too risky.

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for someone to come and say,

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if you imagine you're with your enemy, and you say,

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I can tell you for certain

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that for the rest of your life, you're never going to do this.

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What will your enemy do the same day he will say fine, I will do it today just to prove that you are wrong.

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But look at Allah azza wa jal who knows every single thing that is hidden and everything that is open and everything in the past and the present and the future, how Allah Jalla fiorella

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told us that Abu lahab will never become Muslim,

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neither him nor his wife, and that they will be punished in the fire of jahannam forever.

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And that this entails and entails that they will continue to harm the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and to cause hardship for him.

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And yet, they didn't try to escape the argument and say, okay, we will just pretend like the monarchy.

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Why did Abu lahab not behave like the monarch you're clean and just say I will pretend to become Muslim.

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I'm just gonna say a shadow Allah ilaha illAllah just to make them doubt their religion, but you cannot escape a loss of habitat, and you can't escape what Allah azzawajal has decreed for you. And so whatever Abu lahab did, but this ayah and these, this surah

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was fulfilled as Allah azza wa jal informed us about it.

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And that is a huge

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lesson for us.

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And really, it is one of the things that you can point out to people in the Quran.

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That is one of the many, many signs of a lies or agenda truly, you can point to and you can show somebody that, you know, really, this is a miraculous core and not just linguistically not just in the way that it was revealed. But it's a miraculous Koran in what it tells you from the unseen and the things that will happen. And this is not the only example.

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We now come to the next surah

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which is

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sorta Nasir

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either

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through law he will fight.

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The first question I want to ask you and you may have heard this said before, but if you haven't, it's a nice thing to it's Ah, it's it shows you how this habit used to think about the poor and you know, the rough translation, but I'll give you the rough translation for the sore either Jaya and Nasrallah, he will fight when the victory comes from Allah. And in fact, I need the conquest war or at NASA to una de de la Raja and you see the people coming into Islam in crowds for set behind the Arabic glorify or exalt the perfection of Allah with praise

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was Stubblefield and seek His forgiveness

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for a bit behind the rock because so filled in who can at a Weber Alize ever accepting of tober?

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When you hear this surah? Generally would you classify this surah as glad tidings? Or would you classify the surah as something extremely sad, and extremely worrying?

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Anyone who said extremely sad knows the answer to the question

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already, which is

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the reality is when you first hear it without knowing the answer to why the answer is like that, your instant reaction would be

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wow, you know that everyone is becoming Muslim. Allah Nasir has come the victory has come the conquest has come. All of the the people that have accepted Islam, Islam is now dominant. The Prophet slice elements returned to Mecca.

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Praise Allah. seek His forgiveness, Allah is going to accept your repentance.

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Where is the sadness? But like the brother rightly said,

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the surah is a surah when the Sahaba some of the Sahaba heard it, they cried.

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Because they realized that this surah was telling the coming of the death of the Prophet said

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that he was going to die.

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And they understood that from that deep, deep, deep, deep understanding of Islam and their rich understanding of the evidences of the Quran and the Sunnah. Because what do you know about every prophet when people become Muslim in crowds? When the people accept their message, and everything settles and they are victorious?

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What is the Sunnah of Allah with his prophets when that happens? So not have allies that Prophet is going to pass out of this world,

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because their job is done.

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So effectively, the Sahaba took this to mean that the job of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, was nearing completion

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and that he would soon pass away.

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So this is a surah of glad tidings.

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It is a source of good that makes you happy, but at the same time, it's also a sewer that makes you incredibly sad.

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Because there is no calamity that struck this oma greater than the death of the Prophet sallallahu earlier said

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it was the greatest calamity

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to touch this

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There's no doubt any you cannot hold it to be any other way.

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Because while the prophets Allah, Allah, wherever you send them was alive, it was possible to go back to him to ask him to receive revelation from Allah azza wa jal through him.

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And when he died, this oma was left

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with the revelation and the religion that he passed on, but without that Prophet Salalah Valley, he was setting them to be physically with him.

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And that reminds you of a Heidi's, in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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The stars are the guardians of the sky.

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And when the stars leave, when the stars disappear, the sky will get what it was promised. That he sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, I am the guardian of my companions.

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For either the hub to when I go

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at habima you I do, my companions will get what they promised in terms of disagreements and difficulties, and trials and tribulations that will happen after his death. And then he said, what I was happy. And then a tune leonetti

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he said, my companions, they are the safe gods of my own.

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And when they go

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at home at

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you, I do he said, it will come to my oma what they have been promised. And there's no doubt that all of the disagreements and difficulties that happen to this woman,

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they happen after the death of the companions of your loved one.

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And all of the difficulties that happened, and the trials and tribulations that happened to the companions, they happen after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And so, even though the surah is

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a Bushra, a glad tidings, it also has a theme deeper than that, which is one of extreme sadness, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would pass away either through law he welfare.

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And Nasser

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is a particular word that we use for help. But it means help in victory over your enemies. And that's why it's different to allow in which means help or attack, eat, which means help a nozzle is help to overcome your enemies.

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And Allah azzawajal had said, What till I knew there will have been a nurse. These days, we balance and share among the people, meaning some days you will be victorious on the battlefield, and some days you will not be victorious on the battlefield. Allied soldiers did not tell the Muslims that they would be victorious in every battle. Rather, he said what we'll call a mano de Willow happiness, these days we balance it out.

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And this is so that Allah may test you. Yeah, I love Allah, that Allah may test you

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and Latina aberto those who believe that men can Shahada and take from you martyrs,

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but ultimately, the end victory and our paper the final victory

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as a lie, so we just said lovely Bednar anniversary, I will overcome me and my profits will be by the token and the eventual outcome, and the eventual victory will be for the pious.

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So someone might say, why is it if your religion is true? Why is it you don't win every war every battle?

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Why is it that there were times when enemies overcame

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parts of the lands of the Muslims?

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Is this not sure that your religion is not true?

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Where was your God to help you?

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When these armies overcame you in certain areas and certain places? We see this is exactly what the Quran told us.

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That in battles and wars, there will be days where we win and days where we lose, but our payback the final victory, and the end result will be for Allah and His messengers, and the believers.

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That will be the end outcome. And so it was for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The Muslims were overwhelmingly victorious in the Battle of better

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and yet the Battle of fraud they suffered loss

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unlike that, the battle

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became some which finished without fighting, some in which the Muslims were overwhelmingly victorious summon which they got a small victory summon which they didn't.

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But with the conquest of Makkah, the fact

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that the conquest of Makkah,

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it came that the final victory for the Muslims and the fact that they had become victorious over their enemies.

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It was a sign that the tide was shifting in favor of the Muslims. And it was the great victory that they were waiting for. However, after that, still, the sooner of Allah continued the Battle of her name.

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Well, my name is Ajay bet comb kathrada Philando for the anchor

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on the day of printing, which happened after the fact,

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when you were so amazed by your number,

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when you were so amazed by the huge numbers you had, but it didn't benefit you anything.

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Well ba cut it out to be my robot and the earth it was like it was constricted for you.

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More late than would have been and you turn your backs.

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Then Allah azza wa jal sent down his Sakina upon the messenger and the believers and gave them help and victory and they were able to overcome.

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But the fact of matter was the great victory that the Muslims had been waiting so many years for.

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And that fact of NACA happened with relatively little

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fighting. In fact, there was almost no fighting except

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a small amount, a very small amount. And we know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that maka was only allowed to fight in it for me for one portion of time, sir man and one portion of the day. It would not be allowed for anyone before him or anyone after him since Ibrahim made Makkah, a secret place. I he he asked Allah azza wa jal to make it better than Amina a place of safety. And Allah azzawajal made it a harem.

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How Rahman Amina, a safe sanctuary.

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However, Allah azza wa jal allow the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to enter with an army into it for one portion of the day. So I'm in the heart a portion of the day only.

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And so it was a victory from alliances origin. And it was in fact, known as the conquest.

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And that's why the word fat means to open up right? The word fat means to open up that a higher fat and to open something up.

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And from this is the name of Allah azzawajal alfetta

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which has many meanings, but one of them is to the one who opens up

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when things are closed for you. And when you don't find a way to achieve things Allah azza wa jal opens your way.

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And it also means to distinguish between things.

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And there were many victories that Muslims had, but only Fatima was known by the name l factor like that. The victory, the conquest, because of the huge significance that it had, for the the most sacred of places on this earth, and the most beloved of places for everybody, to Allah azza wa jal to return to the hands of the Muslims and for the idols to be cast out and destroyed and it to be returned. For the reason that it was created to worship allies origin alone.

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What are a 10? Nurse Ada una de de la jolla

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and you see the people entering into Islam in crowds.

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And that is how it was on the day of the conquest of Makkah. You know what happened? When the prophet SAW I send them gathered his enemies

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in the sacred house

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or next to the sacred house and he had all of his enemies and he said to them, what do you think that I will do to you?

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After all they had done to him

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the torture the attacks, the abuse, the name calling.

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The attacks on his companions, the attacks on his honor his

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personality, his character.

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And yet he said, What do you think I will do to you?

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And they said some words of praise.

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You're the normal one, the son of the normal one.

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They try to, you know, butter the bread a bit.

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You know you are you know, I'm sure you will be tried to say some words.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as we said, was not a person who took this thing to heart in himself.

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He said, Go,

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for there will be no, let's have three valid camileo as you have said to his brothers, there will be no, there will be no retribution against you today.

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The way the prophets I seldom dealt with mcca the way the honor and the sanctity that he showed for me.

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And the way that he dealt with his enemies, caused people to enter into Islam in crowds. And people would come in such large numbers that it was like, it was not one or two or three people, crowds of people would come with their families and their families, families and they try to accept Islam one after the other, if wotja

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alleman society said bad and can win at the E

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by the end can all mean that he after they were his enemies.

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First step be be handy. Rob Baker was Dale Warfield.

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For sad,

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sad bit here

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is the is the command, meaning to say Subhan Allah.

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To see sapan Allah that's what sabay means. sub base model because Allah say sapan or be Allah Allah.

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That's what it means said there his model because Allah say Subhan Allah bl Allah the Prophet sighs lm said make it in your sujood

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he FSF

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say Subhana Allah. So what is the word Subhana? Allah Subhana Allah is Kelly met with Tenzin.

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It is a word

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which is to declare a lot to be free and pure.

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Against all or from all of the evil things that are said about him.

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That's what the word Subhan Allah means. So I like in English to use the word, exalt imperfection.

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Because it means to exalt Allah. But it means to exalt Allah by glorifying and mentioning his perfection.

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In other words, to negate, to deny, to speak out against anything, which is attributed to Allah which is imperfect.

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Can we give examples of what is attributed to Allah which is imperfect, what called Taha de la who, well, they said a lot took a son sopin Exalted is He imperfection.

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alized to perfect, to have taken us up so bad.

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So it's a word that means that shows how perfect a lot is, and how everything that is said about Allah which is imperfect is a lie against the loss of Canada, Allah

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Subhana Allah, so it's a word of negation. And you know that La ilaha illAllah is built on two things, right? affirmation and negation affirmation, that you say that only Allah deserves to be worshipped and negation that you deny everything that is worship besides Allah Subhana Allah is a word of negation.

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Or what would happen if we said Subhana Allah and we didn't affirm

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any if we just negated and we didn't affirm,

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that would leave us deficient right.

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And that is why Allah said for said, be handy robit

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declare your Lord to be free of imperfections so panela along with praising him, for what he has,

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get rid of everything that is said that is false, and praise him for what is true.

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And this here is a refutation of the jamea.

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And it is sufficient to mention only these three words. That said, we have the Arabic to destroy the madhhab of the Jeremy from beginning to end.

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Because the main hub of the jamea is an academic habits of belief that people had

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maybe have to a certain extent, but

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it's not like it used to be in terms of its, its reign or its scope.

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Where they only spoke about a lot of names and attributes in the negative a lot. Isn't isn't isn't, isn't isn't.

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And when you ask them, What are you doing? They said, we are implementing Subhana Allah.

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Allah isn't isn't isn't and they were very foolish. They said a lot, doesn't see a lot, doesn't hear a lot doesn't know. They said a lot of things.

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What Subhan Allah look at how, if this one ayah the meaning escaped them, first said be be handy Arabic,

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say Subhana Allah and pair it with Alhamdulillah.

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So you bring the negation. Allah doesn't have a son, and Allah doesn't sleep and Allah doesn't rest and the angels are not the daughters of Allah. And Allah subhanho wa Taala isn't unaware of what you do and all of the things that are negated, be handy Arabic, Allah sees everything and knows everything. And is praised because of all of his beautiful names and attributes.

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And this is La ilaha illAllah fossa, behind the Arabic This is La ilaha illa Allah

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and when you put them together, you get Subhan Allah will be handy. And that's one of the icon that we make. Subhan Allah will be Hamdi Subhana Allah Hi, Avi.

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Kelly my tan two words.

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They are light on the tongue haviv attorney Allison sottile attorney filmyzilla heavy on the scales habeeb attorney Rob rushman beloved to the Most Merciful Subhan Allah will be handy he

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spent

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the last 30 seconds

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so we say sapan allow him to it's fine to say to Panama by itself, because this is mentioned in many of the altcar but there was some people who never did anything except what they understood to be Subhana Allah, which is this always speak about Allah in the negative. And this tells us whenever you say something about align the negative, you must also affirm the perfect opposite. So whenever you see a lot doesn't sleep, what do you have to then he is la Allahu La Ilaha Illa who La la la la

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la doesn't sleep so he has the perfect life.

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Allah azzawajal

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does not oppress you. Why not book habibollah min

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Lila beat your Lotus never oppresses His servants. So you have to affirm that he is the most just

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one Allahu be law feeling under attack manual. Allah does not is not unaware of what you do. So he is an alien will be the one who knows everything and is aware of everything.

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So you can't bring only negatives, and then not bring the opposite. Because that's not perfect. Rather, when we say a lot, isn't isn't isn't. We also say a lot is this and is this and is this so we see what he isn't and what he is and that is the meaning of La ilaha illAllah

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all the things that don't deserve to be worshipped. But what would happen if you just said la isla?

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atheism right?

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La Isla is atheism. There is no God. There is no large No, no not. There are no gods. But when you say Illallah you bring the perfect balance we get rid of all of the false gods Allah tunnelers and Manoj and everything that is worshipped besides Allah Illallah but we affirm the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. So this is a methodology of the Quran that we join between a nephew what is that between negating and affirming and we bring them together for Sep bit behind the Arabic

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declare a lot to be free of imperfections

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and praise Him for His names and attributes and blessings and so on and actions that he has was still will fear

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and seek His forgiveness

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and seeking the forgiveness of allies. So, agenne

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is something that a Muslim is required to

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be firmly attached to, and be regular in doing.

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You know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in some narrations he said, I seek a loss forgiveness in a day me at 100 times.

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Sometimes 70 times 80 times is mentioned.

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And that is to say, a stellar funeral law

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or one of its equivalent

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do is like istockphoto la la la la de la ilaha illa who will hire you will come to LA

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or to say alojamento de la ilaha illa and holla Tony wanna wanna wanna either de kawahara demystified are also becoming Karima Surat abou la cabina dramatic it will be then be fulfilled live in Nova land or to see Alma Finley then be cooler the virgin

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Scirocco

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or to see Alma fully melted down to a hot woman surrounded to Mr. Ireland to a soft to him and to Ireland will be human. Until macadam one until more affluent coalition in Korea, in another narration, and Telmo padam wanting more here, La Ilaha Illa. And these are all from the eyes of St. Paul.

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And St. Far.

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The word mouthfeel means to conceal and to cover something up.

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It means to conceal something,

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and to cover something up.

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And that is the reality

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of what

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you are asking Allah azza wa jal for

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you're asking Allah as the origin, to cover up your sin, to conceal your sin. And from this, we can take a very important thing, and especially for the young brothers and sisters here

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that there is a terrible culture among Shabaab, the young people, of telling the people about the sins you do

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put me on Instagram and Snapchat and telling the world about the things that you do. This goes against his default. Because in his stuff, are you saying to Allah covering up?

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So how are you going to go around telling the whole world about the things you did wrong last night and the night before and the day before?

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Taking pictures of yourself doing harm?

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goes against the concept of is their fault?

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You're asking a lot to cover it up not only the sin, but also the consequences of this.

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Because the reality is that your sins have consequences. And he I'm going to mention another very important point, as any more macro law, failure yet Emmanuel Macron law he ll komunikasi. Allah azza wa jal said today feel safe, I think sorted out off, do they feel safe? From the plan of Allah? nobody feels safe from the plan of Allah except the losing people. What does it mean to feel safe from the plan of Allah? What does that mean? It means that you do a sin and you say, Allah will not punish me for this.

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And it is a Kabira min, Kaaba Arizona, it is from the major major sins. In fact, from the Sahaba are those who counted in the top three of the biggest sins that you can do.

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lm

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makala, what am lumen mercury law, that a person says a lot is not going to punish me for this sin.

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And you know, the problem is that the punishment doesn't always come.

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At the time you do the sin.

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So the person does the sin and he says See, nothing happened.

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Allah Karim.

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Allah is carrying

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Allah azza wa jal is noble ally so jealous forgiving. Don't worry I did the sin Charla had just coming up when I'm older. I'm gonna make Hajj Allah forgive me, don't worry. This is from the worst of the major sins among definitely in the top five of the worst of the major sins that a person believes that Allah will not do anything to him for the sins that he did.

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That doesn't mean you sort of hope for a loss forgiveness that means that he says all law will not do anything Allah Karim. Allah will forgive me Don't worry about it.

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I'm he feel safe.

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from Allah's punishment.

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And this shows you that

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when you are saying is that for your sins have consequences.

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They have things that if you do them, they are going to bring about consequences.

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And when you say it's their fault, you're asking Allah to cancel out the negative consequences that will allow whatever bad thing was gonna happen to me. Whatever negative thing, whatever punishment in the dunya or the Hera, don't make it happen, keep me away from the consequences of this sin.

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keep me away from the consequences of this sin. This is their fault. Then Allah said in now who can tell whether China in this sense when it said about Allah, what can Allah in the whole canon, canon is here it means?

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It means St. Maria continuity, that Allah is always so when you hear in the Quran, can Allah what can Allah the word kana here means always like this.

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It's constant state. Allah is Kanika Weber not that he's Taliban sometimes and not other times, or that he is just for one time just for the conquest of Makkah. Allah azza wa jal, Karnataka is always

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accepting of tober. Now Toba is different to its default. And that's why allies so gel join between is default October. And there are many eyes of the Quran, in which Allah azza wa jal joins between his civil farm and tober.

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He joins between istilah fall and Toba.

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And that is because as we said is the Fall is to cover the sin and cancel the consequences.

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Toba in Arabic It means and net regret.

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And it's a deeper feeling. It's not just the feeling of Allah. Please don't let anything bad happened to me. Please don't let anyone know about the sin. Please keep it concealed for me. And please don't make a consequence for me.

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Toba is where you are along with that is that

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you feel a deep and profound regret and sorrow and sadness for what you did.

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And from that, it becomes clear.

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From that it becomes clear that Not everyone who says as a funeral law has made Toba

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and you can say a stop federal law and mean it and still not make Toba.

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You can say I stopped federal law and really mean it not be lying, be truthful. But you still haven't reached the level where you are truly sad and sorry for what is past.

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True sorrow and regret comes from knowing allies origin, the more you know Allah through his names and attributes, and perhaps this is one of the benefits. Or one of the reasons why Allah mentions that is still far after for set bit behind the Robic

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because the more you know Allah, through His names and his attributes and his actions, the more you feel, sorrow and regret for what

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has happened

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and what you've done, because how can you know what you've done? And how can you really appreciate the severity

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To what you've done, until you know the one that you dissipate.

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So when you praise Allah through his names and attributes, and you come to know Allah, you come to know the severity of your sin.

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And that is why the prophets I seldom used to make a sticker for 100 times a day, even though he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was free of the sins free of major sins, and free of deliberate minor sins. And he sold a lot Why do you send them only fell into something small by accident without any intention, and then instantly made it their fault?

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And yet he used to make is the far why not because of the greatness of his sins, but because of how much he knew of Allah subhanaw taala and how much he wanted to set an example for his own man.

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So how about us? We don't have that guarantee from Allah azza wa jal

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that we've been forgiven. We fall into major sins we fall into minor sins sapan Allah, how then, are we in relation to that Toba and is the fall so Toba starts with regret.

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And regret starts by admitting that you did a sin.

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So you admit that you did it.

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And you ask a lot to conceal it and cover it. And that leads you to feel sorrowful and regretful for what you have done. And that leads you to Toba. And that means that you stop the sin.

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And it means that you have an intention never to do it again.

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Does that mean you'll never do it again.

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It doesn't mean you'll never do it again.

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We are insane.

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And insane. It comes from a Nietzschean forgetfulness, we forget and we fall back into mistakes again and again.

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But we genuinely intend really feel that I feel so bad about it. And inshallah, I'm not going to do it again.

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And if that sin involved any of the rights of men

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who have other people,

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your brothers and sisters in humanity,

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then you give those records back to them however you can.

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You give those rights back to them, like asking them to forgive you returning back something that you took from them,

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giving charity on their behalf according to what you can do. If it's something physical, then you should return it back to them.

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If you can't return it back to them because they've left and you've lost contact, give charity on their behalf.

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And then if they come back again, still give it back to them again.

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And if it's the case that you can also go to them and ask them to forgive you. And this is higher inshallah to Allah and this is what a person should do. But if they feel that going to them is going to cause a bigger problem and a bigger evil, then no problem is not allowed to Allah. If that happens, then there is no harm in a person making for them until they think that they have made up for what they did. And if they spoke about them in it in a way that was wrong, then they should speak about them in a way that is good in the same place to the same people and so on. And this is the completion of tober and Ally's orogen men tab. terrible luck with it. Whoever makes Toba like

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sepsis Toba

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and whoever asks our last forgiveness Allah forgives them festival fury festival ferroni festival fury Rooney outfield local asked my forgiveness and I will forgive you as in the Hadith kudos.

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That brings us to the end of the surah

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and the last panel to Allah knows best. Wa Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi

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